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"• i i"i i I, i - - """" Thai Little I Cough J ' May grow bigger and lead *Q 1 more serious trouble if it is | neglected. A few doses of I Bonnington's Carrageen Irish Moss will quickly cure you. Rev fuse substitutes and imitations. Get the tried and proven remedy BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS __..2*?J 1 |~ ~~ — ; ' " "I IJ BENZIE'S j ! 1 PEFSO s 1 1 1 Cures Indigestion | i and makes meal f 1 time a joy. I I All Chemists and Stores, 2/6 1 I 13 MOTHERS! ' §|r If baby does not thrive i|| W- —if he is troublesome, ail- ll \ f ing, unhappy— if he cannot II j , obtain his natural nourishment 11 j GIVH MELON'S FOOD 1 J J HewilUik*>it—he will digest it—he lg| j will grow fcealthy and happy on it. J||| •■ Mellin's is starch free—needs no cooking— Jffl||| I I MAYPOLEI SOAP j '(« '.-■' POW HOME CVEINQ., j 1 - cys'/'all COLCVHS : I , j AND WILL MOT ««,. 1 / "Analysis PROVES that PLmSSBJH CHI 11 ill *&& arm fields a- Delicious Beverage of much greater nutritive value than ordinary ;ocoa." — Medical /nil COCOA IN PERFECTION. PIASMON « niea&yfte ROYAL FAMILY New Zealand Depot: Nathan's BJiJss-.WeiliogKM. 11l lllllfc''^ ' " '* l 'isfevtilll ; Hi I|lijfe-".f •■ \ M^Sfl : BABY COOPER. wasted "almost a shadow" Mrs. A. COOPER, of 160, Shelbourne Road, Tottenham, writes: — "Our little- boy had been very seriously ill with double pneumonia which reduced him almost to a shadow. A friend suggested that we should try Virol. We did so, and continued with it '* for some time. This proved to be the only food he could digest. Our child is now , a fine healthy boy. In? fact, he recently took first prize in a local baby show." -"-""' ' , W H B H Bbb Makes Firm Flesh, Strong • Bones, and Eosy Cheeks.. A Valuable Food for Infants deprived of their natural diet. 152-166, Old Street, London, E.G _ M __ There is a constant g FtIAKEb demand from all -• 1 : — : parts of the earth HAIR for GROW' EPSON'S ALL HAIR over RENEWER. T„_ The ladies of the NorUC thern China Mission are *■*■ loud in its praise. »..-.-. ■« It is invaluable tor curWnRI fi ins Dandruff and BaldHUltkUi I ntag> and restores natural colour to grey hair without dyeing or staining. — As a vigorous hair and scalp tonic it is unsurS. passed. /iHI ———• Bottle. J. EDSON : Postage 268 Queen St 6a extra AUCKLAND. ,-Trtfwnw.iiiiiiii iiiiiiaiiiL-utiwiJ.iiMiiiiiiiii^iiiiiTjini'irwJimaß

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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