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'■' ' • ■■ '■- Sauce. ' mj—IIMWIHM ■ ■ m V ■—8 MMWPM—^ 1 , Ey Royal Warrant 1 I His Majesty the King. 1 i THE original km GENUINE Worcestershire. | Medical. «»||«—.immmmn ..■■»■ ,-n... i. M.i .-■■—W———■———* S THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT WATfciR. J I THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT WATfcR. For COASTS PATIOS. Professor D. LAMBL, of Warsaw, Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University, writes— " Hunyadi Janos Bitter Water, besides being an excellent general aperient, j has proved specially efficacious in the treatment of chronic constipation, venous obstruction and congestion, haemorrhoids and obesity." Average Dose :— A wineglass/til before breakfast, either pure or diluted with i) I similar quantity of hot or cold water. • | £1 A ?TTO?A%T Note the name "Hunyadi Janos," the signature or the Proprietor, I liiiU lillil ANDREAS SAXLEHHER, ana the Medallion, on the Red Centre Par I '■ I

EDSON'S Restores Grey or Faded Hair to its natural colour. Cleanses the Scalp, prevents Dandruff. Induces growth, makes the hair soft, pliant and glossy. IS NOT A DYE and therefore does not stain the skin. 3/6 PER BOTTLE. i.J. EDSONj Chemist, I * 268, Queen St., AUGKLRND. i • I Established 1859. j FARMERS! .! Now that the Dairying i Season is at hand do ! not be without EPSOM'S CORDIAL CLEANSING DREMCH. Each Packet contains Two " Drenches. • Price 3,/- per Packet. Obtainable at ail Stones.

i"7TYTTTYT T Vl3 L YOUR LAME HORSE J y NEEDS "4 . SOLOMON SOLUTION. -4 ... J y There is mystery and doubt about "^ the action of internal remedies, .J >• but there is never any doubt J about the efficacy of Solomon ■% Solution. ' ■, ► RUB IT ON 1 «> LONG AND STRONG j ►■ It will relieve the inflammation . quickly, and will 'positively cure cuts, skin diseases, swellings, J y sprain, splint, spavin, and broken knees. There is virtue in every -4 scrap of it. ►- The old time-tested y Remedy, nothing so good . for the horse as "4 ► Solomon Solution ' . , . * 3- and 6- «< ►" At Saddlers, Stores, and . y Chemists, or post free from y Solomon Solution Proprietary, Wellington. ' 4 "Into each life some rain must fall" MANNING'S Will cure the most terrible cold in 2<s= 23IOXJKS. Price - - - la and Is 6d. All Chemists and Stores.

Dental. " • J Why Pay Such High Prices j §§ When by going to the Reliance Dental Company you can have Specialists § m do your work so reasonably? We have an expert in each department, and I m perfect work can be assured. -> $ m Our Crown and Bridge Work ean be excelled m m • -__K»ffi!?iPS_i DV none. Our Fillings are done painlessly and | m bv ' dentists who are gentle and sympathetic. Eg Pi We P° ssess every modern appliance to make the m Kj JaP?*"' ---*_?_il_=Bsijffl ' Our Painless Extractions are endorsed by S M /bWjC-, ~ -".loathe leading Doctors of Auckland. After trying it a m vW' ! " | "fw once you would not £° elsewhere. m ffl our Plates are all fitted with our Patent < I m Wfc mm ~ SmkJRUbP Stick-fast Suction, which positively prevents them m a rom dropping when speaking or eating. I m Full Upper or Lower Sets from SI 10s. If || Full Upper Sets of Eeautitul Gum Block Teeth from II H ~* We defy detection. All extractions free when WS$ ' % I Reliance Dental Co., 11 1 Queen Street, Auckland. 1 If (OVBB SMEETONU) HOURS: 9TO 5 DAILY. 7TO 8 EACH EVENING. | _j Merchandise. I f^ 8 24 YEARS ' WORK-NO REPAIRS I B *l|lil|l|f A Sharpie's Dairy Tubular Cream Separator has done 1 H W®rsM work equal to 24 years in a/10 cow dairy without needing si Pf adjustment or repairs. Here is the record :— ° |j B Hours in use 1,200 I " Pounds separated 1,080,000 i II ltpsi§l Turns'of Crank 3,155,760 1 m \ WMsim oil used on 'y 3 quarts W i 8 111111 Turns of bowl 1,152,000,000 || 'I I «|Si_sA. Time oiling About 4 minutes m m \ llilllk ' Adjusting and repairs None M M L^^^^K Every Tubular is just as durable, ju?l as well made, P fei ' '*y just as economical as that one. || I • Full particulars from BARDIE BROS. 1 _____—_—, Crimson King' Swede, Hurst's Monarch Swede, Champion Purple Top Swede, etc., etc. Jr $& s^ Purple Top Aberdeen Turnip, ■ y/ Jk Green Top Aberdeen Turnip, ./**.% %^^ / &t'\ wß__Xß_ ~"~" L 'f Greystone, Whitestone, / «mr * i 6tC Ctc» _/^*^_«•__ NS_ **^jfiy >^ New Season's Set ' l wllk %dl SE*I£OI.A.X« ' Manure ____>% Superphosphate, Kainit, & other Manures. ;■ Grain and Produce Merchants} | __ UCBLAND, N.Z.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, New Zealand Herald, Volume XLIII, Issue 13324, 2 November 1906

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