AN OLD RELIC.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—l Bin thinking your reporter is not well up in his military training The gun I presented to the Akaroa collection of relics is not a breechloader, but an old time muzzle loader, and belonged to tbe late Mr T. S. Jobnson, who came to Robinson's Bay about 1863. I bought it at his son's (Thomas) sale when be left Robinson's Bay some twelve or thirteen years ago. The ticket attached to the gun would have given the correct information. —Yours, etc., S. CURRY. [The information re gun was kindly given to us by the Town Clerk, and it is his knowledge of military training you are questioning, —Editor Akaroa Mail.] That tightness across tbe Chest, that tbiok troublesome Phlegm, that running of the no?e, may be relieved and removed by "NAZOL," It has cured thousands, 60 doses, 1/G. Use with Nuzol inhaler NO COLD IS "NAZOL" PROOF
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AN OLD RELIC., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4407, 26 June 1914
AN OLD RELIC. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4407, 26 June 1914
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