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YOUR JBABY—Are Idi Feeding "Him Properly ? jj MANY MOTHERS fail -to-realise the dangers §H attendant upon the use of ordinary cow's milk evea ii when scientifically modified. H| An interesting article in the Wellington "Evening Post" of n| Saturday. January 17, 1914, deals with this matter very fully, p| and points out that a. considerable portion of the milk HI supply of our cities comes quite a distance by rail —before H=i it is even distributed to the dairyman, who, in turn has then = = to deliver it to his customers. Milk begins to develop acidity HJ within three hours of leaving the cow—is it then any wonder ii~ that so many of our artificially fed babies fail to thrive ? H| Then too, there are many, many risks of contamination ia Hf transit. P=f Worst of all, much milk comes from tubercular cows-indeed HI in one district a recent report shows that 25 per cent of the cows p§ were inflicted with this dread disease. g| Glaxo is the only substitute for a child that is not fed by its mother. It is simply the solids of pure milk with added =3 cream and milk sugar in such proportions that when mixed H§ with hot water it represents to a nicety the actual composition HI of breast milk. Us Best of all Glaxo-is absolutely sterile—it ie prepared with =|f the utmost care and all germ life is killed in the process of ~ manufacture. §H Thus, the mother is certain that.every feed of Glaxois [H equivalent to the purest milk, so prepared that it will supply 5S the nourishing elements required by the little body. Just how s| well it supplies the need for an absolutely scientific food s= is to be seen in the thousands of hardy, healthy children HI reared entirely on Glaxo. „.«,.<-■ H Ask your Doctor £ #>« Awarded (Held Mfdal, International MedicMl Congress Exhibition, London, 1913. iiilds Bonnie Babies 5 " The Gfaxo Baby Book tells you all about Glaxo, and contains 72 well-illustrated pages full of just those hints—about Baby's Feeding, Bathing, Sleeping, Nursing, Travelling, Ailments, etc. — that a mother or nurse needs every day of the week. to GLAXO, Dept. oo Palmerston N. and get your FREE Copy©/ the Baby Book by return. You are positively losing money by not availing yourself of the EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY OF PURCHASING EXTRA FQQTWEAa while the if BOOTS, SHOES, and SLIPPERS Owing to the GREAT EUROPEAN WAR there will be AN EXCEPTIONALLY BIG ADVANCE \U THE PRSOE OF FOOTY/EAR ALMOST IMMEDIATELY, so buy to-day and avoid regrets. A glance at our Windows will convince the Keenest Buyer that now is the time to purchase. cneuatiiSE<u«> MAIL OKDEOS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. juiwce Assortment of Preserving: Jars. Also just Opened, a Largo Shipment of RITCHIE'S VACUUM JARS. Tin's Jar stands out on its own for Preserving; every Season increases the demand for it. Those who have used it declare it to he the best Jar in the market, r.s it is absolutely and as the Jar is now' on the market, at prices which are slightly under other brands, the demand must increase. Each Jar stamped " Ritc-hio's." Genuine Quality in Jars, Brass Preserving Pans, Brass. Enamel, Aluminium, I.R. Rings, Wood Spoons, Covers, Jelly Bags, and Every Necessary Equipment for Preserving. I At RITCHIE'S ! 39 George Street (near Octagon) r Sf If you wish your Wedding Photograph to give perfect satisfaction, have it taken in the best possible manner. ,-f! Zenith Picture Photos are distinctive. The posing is artistic yet natural, dresses are nicely arranged, the prints come out clear and well defined. 5f Hadn't you better make an appointment? i Zenith Studio 68 Princes Street, Dunedin (Opp. A.M.P.). 'Phone 859. 0. E. MERRIE, Manager. 'Phone 859.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915