CUTICURA SHAVING . Is Up-to-Date Shaving for Sensitive Skins. Trial Free. prepare razor. Dip brush In bat water and rub on Cotioura Soap (see out). Then mako lather on face and rub In lor a moment with fingers. Mako a second lathering and Bhave. Rub bit of Cutlcura Ointment) over shaven parts (and on scalp It any dandruO or Itching) and wash all oB with Catlcura Soap and hot water, shampooing samo time. One soap for all -—shaving, shampooing, bathing and toilet. It's vel▼et lor sensitive aklos and preventive. No slimy mug. No germs. No waste of tlmo or money. Free sample each If you wish. Address post-card: 11. Towns 4 Co, Sydney. N. S. W. Bold by dealers throughout the world. ■liiiiiiiiuiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiti® 1 Sydal 1 | Costs 2/-per pot =■ m The enormous tocrease in tho cost ■■ of drugs and chemists' materials _ 52 is too well known to need further ~ _ comment. The advaneo lias been _ "" specially noticeable in the materi — ~ als used in the preparation of _ "■ Sydal, which now costs consider- — v flbly over twice as much to matm- ~ ■■ factors Consequently the Pro- « m prietorg havo been reluctantly * _ compelled to increase the price to „ 2 2/- per jar. ™ 5Z Though you do heavy house- jjj «■« work — your handß can be as ~ soft, smooth, white and dainty as ■* mi those of a woman with no home ™ duties. Ose Svdal regularly and » „ all roughness and rednes3 will ™ ■■ quickly disappear. mm A pot of Sydal at a cost of 2/- a pot — ZZ will last the careful housewife for ™ •" several months ensuring soft, — JS smooth, velvety skin. Send 4d, — — in stamps and a generous free sam- ~ ™ pie jar will be sent to yon post free. «■ = GEO. W. WILTON & CO., LTD. = Z Wellington & Auckland — 45 US BimimmimniimimmiiSEi BE A STENOGRAPHER SO Splendid opportunities, jf DAYS pleasant work, short hours, |! good salary. Leam at home jT Boyd Shorthand | F 5 . jjf We save you £50 by taking our course instead of others. Scad u-dar for Booklets, Testimonials, &C. ' « * | | BOYD SHORTHAND SCHOOL | 100 CUSTOMHOUSE QUAY, 4 I WELLINGTON. pLFra schnapps! IWiD be found - "A Drink to be | grateful for" j HEALTHFUL, INVIGORATING. best way to have Jfy pi a good complexion n§g | is Nature's way — good | | health. This depends on | | good digestion and there- 1 | fore strong, sound teeth. | | Safeguard your teeth by | j Good Teethkeeping [ | Rely on the habitual night | | and morning use of I I OrfyDn's I | PERFECT | I Tooth Fiwier I | Preparedforalmost half a century J | by a Doctor of Dental Surgery. 1 | Use Dr. Lyon's night and morn- | | ing—above all at night. 11 I Teach your children to use it so that B 1 may grow up to know the bene- = §? a ? d t ' le attractiveness ~ which comes from beautiful teeth. = I Obtainable at all lead- I q ins chemists and stores. 1 I I. W. LYON & SONS, Inc. 1 = Lower Cuba St. 109 P:« c»_ . s | Wellington, N. 2. Sydney, N.S.w! I j "Rex" Luncheon Cheese J L, is Distinctly Different. J Don't fbtnk tbit ill Cheeses *re alike —lEslst on getting "REX" LUNCHEON CHEESE From the very firs', toste you'll know why "REX" LUNCHEON CHEESE Is so popn'nr—bocaaaeitlS "DIFFERENT." "REX" tDNCBEON CHEESE Is prepared from perfectly matured Full Cream Cheeses. It retains t<H their good digestive properties -.nd possesses a piquancy that tlistlngoisbes it from all other tinned Cheeses. "REX" LUNCHEON CHEESE Is sold in solderless unitary tins. INSIST ON GETTING "REX" BRAND. If your Grocer does not stock it send his nsmo ind address to I - THOMPSON BROS., LTD. 1 I 16, 18, 20 BLAIR ST., WELLINGTON | NOIESW I'vUlUiridpTcS by Agricoll, Weekly, in th« Otago Witness dealing V> Lb eubjec.te of current intatest to farmer.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Otago Daily Times, Issue 16765, 5 August 1916

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