swer, it appears to me, must be 'for national efficiency.' 'Can a wet 'country successfully compete against a dry one?' My answer is 'No.' "No one has suggested to me that I should write this letter. It has been sent on my own initiative, in the hope that it may be of some service to my constituents, and you are at liberty to use it as you think best.—Yours sincerely, (signed) J. Allen."
Many electors so far may not have made up their minds on which side to ) vote on Thursday next. ■ All such vshould read the advertisement on page 7 of this issue. ' 4 "Defer no time—delays have dangerous ends."—Shakespeare. This man realised that. Thus he writes to Mr Baxter: "Enclosed find 12s for some Lung Preserver. The local store hac no more. I have tried a good many remedies, but got more relief from yours with one small bottle."—Matthew Talboy, Elsthorpe, Hawke's Bay. All the year round Baxter's Lung Preserver is a friend—but more especially now when the weather is so changeable. Have Baxter's handy. Big bottle 2s 6d. Advertising is not a lucky bag; it is simply a matter of common sense and square dealing; it pays when the " Guardian," with its valuable circulation, is used
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919
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