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The Recent "Epidemics of Small pox.and Diphtheri a Would certainty not have attained such proportions if the hygienic fact were more generally known that the disinfection of the. mouth by a reliable and harmless antiseptic is a great protecting factor against oil ailJK mpnW where the infection is through the * throat or respiratory tract. By putting threes ". drops of SANDER'S EUCALYPTI EX- > TAOT, on a piece of loaf c sagar, ond allow > ing it to dissolve in the month, that oavity is _ thoroughly disinfected. The volatile nature of SANDER'S EXTRACT makes it penetrate every crevice. SANDER'S EXTRACT is not - nauseous nor depressing like the common eucalyptus, and possesses UreatvarrtioeptiO power. By usin? SANDER'S EATBACT you avoid tho uncertain composition of the. lozenge; yon have the benefit of the Hrongest antiseptic that can be used with "iaiety. and the result ia P roteotion from all infection,. . . Continuation of News on back pane \ B. LATTER. ___ DOyAfaCHBiiLK SALE. t TITB. RObIbT LATTEB ■ WILTi HOLD HIS & MONTHLY STOCK SALE. AT DUVAUOHELLE FRIDAY, APRIL 3bd, 1914, at the above Saleyards . |t * ' ■ ' Present Entries— I'ftA HEAD FAT CATTLE IS TK THREE TEAR OLD STEERS, in fiiiJ-Q forward condition If ti(\ 2 y r old sTEBBS ' B° o<J colours YEARLINGS, mixed sexes ?t Further Entries Invited. B. LATTER, . Auctioneer. N.Z. FARMEKS'CO.OP., I: TTvUVAUCHELLE'S SALE. ? mHE N.Z FABMEBS' CO-OP. ASSN / JL will hold'their monthly Slock Sale a pi Duvauohelle, on , ■ | ' FRIDAY NEXT, APRIL 3, 1913 M PREBENT ENTBIEB— t'"' rjr\ GOOD FOBWABD LAMBS I A SPB.HGBB 6) A CALVES, good. Further Entries Invited. N.Z. FABMEBS' CO-OP., > ; ..,;'. # Auctioneers. SMS*' W *>' WILKINS & SOyS ' LTD ' Iff- PRIVATE SALE:" 1 - ACRES Good Dairy and Cocksfoot Country, close to Creamery and ;-; : .-' r Softool. '>;< Price •' £27 103 per Aore. $$■•■■>•• ■ W»y ■ ~"~~, J|/ Vf- D. WILKINS & SONS, LIMITED. ©O) : .WILKTNS PP;_; : *-. AND SONS I i AKAKOA AND DUVAUCBELLE \\. ;'■>';y- EOAD EOABD NOTICES. fe MABOA AND WAINUI ROAD &,- '" BOARD; WMf, ' ■ UNPAID BATES. ■li 1R V OhBEV. ol the Board, proceedings will KpJD bo taken for tl c recovery of ell rates jpf p'unpaid on March 31st March, 1914. ; G. H, O'OALLAGHAN,,' ■ |#$f£ Clerk to Board. " |||i IMPOUNDED NOTICE! I 1" MPOUNDED at Litt'e Biver en March ONE BAY GELDING. If r, o i P< 'if/' plaimed eipeneee paid, fame will be sok illlllon FBIPAY N* XT, ApriUlf WsMf- ■ F. W. WBIGHT, Bm$l& , . Poundkeeper, Little River,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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