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■'■ A .remarkable invention to reduce wind resistance, whencycling, has recently been publicly tested in France. The invention is the work of a wealthy young aviator, named M. Etienne But nau-Varilla, and consists of a light torpedo-shaped wood and canvas structure, which completely envelopes the richer, only the bottom half of the wheels boing visible. The contraption, —not/unlike an undersized airship—has a side-door through which the rider enters and mounts his machine. The door is then closed. Mica-windows in front enable the rider to see where he is going. INSIPID PEOPLE. Pale, tired, insipid people almost invariably suffer from indigestion. They lack vitality, vim, go, because- they do not obtain the nourishment from the food they eat. They can find little or no pleasure because they are not well enough to enjoy it, and their business affairs suffer. There is always a time when Nature must be helped, and if you cannot digest your food we recommend a short treatment with Baxter's Pills — Compound of Quinine. These are put up in Silver Coated form or they are not Baxter's ; are perfectly easy to take, and without taste, but the invigorating effect they will have on you is wonderful. All stores stock them at Is 6d a box. 1 9

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8793, 13 February 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8793, 13 February 1914

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