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The Recent "Epidemics of « 1 Smallpox and Diphtheria ' i Would cprtniniy not, hnvp auirned such pro , portion o if the hyeipnio f«ct were more pppen-Hy known tbat thp di=infpetion of the mouth by a rpliable and harmless antiseptic ' is a great protpctirtg factor ppm'nst all ailments where tbe infection i* through the i hroat or respirators tract By putting tbrpps ( drops of SANDER'S EtCALYPTI EX- , TACT, on a piece of losf-engar, and allowing it to dissolve in the month, that cavity is ' thoroughly disinfected Tbe volatile nature of SANDER'S EXTRACT makes it penetrate i 6/ery crevice. SANDER'S EXTRACT i* not , nauspous nor depressing like the common { eucilypti s, end possesses preat anticept<o power. By using SANDER'S EATRACT ' yon »vqid thp uncertain composition of tho l lozenge; yon have thp benefit of the I ptrongpet antis°ptin that can be used with , safety, and the result-ip protection.from all infection,. QTRAYFD to our r'ncp in Rob'nswn'B Buy •> one three yrar o'd RED AND WHITE HEIFER, two notches and tip off right ear. Owner can have same by paying expenses.— DTJXBURY BROS. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. LABOUR D>.Y. EXCURvSION TICKETS will b y e issued , from ar>y station' to any station on Souti Is'and Main Lino and Branches on 24th and 2fith October, available for return till 7th November. , BY ORDER. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. LABOUR DAY. ON 26th OCTOBER the 11.50 train from Little River to Christchurch will not run. j A train leav63 Little River at 5.30 p.m, j arriving Christebnrch 740 p.m. This j train connects at Lincoln with the evening train for Southbridge. The afternoon train for Littlb River will leave Christchurch at 6.5 p.m. arriving Little River 8 25 p.m. For fuller particulars see posters, BY ORDER. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. A &P SHOW AT LEESTON. Holiday exoi;rsion Ticket will be issued to Lee (pn from Christchurch, Little River and intermediate Stations for Morning trains on 22nd October. On 22nd October all passenger trains on the Sonthbridge Branoh will stop if required at the Leeston Show Grounds ; Passengers to book to or from, as the oase may be, the Station beyond tbe Show Grounds. The afternoon train from Southbridge for Christchurch will start at 4. 30 pm. and leave Leeston 4. 45 arriving Christchurch at 6.30 pm. A Goods train conveying exhibits will leave Christoburoh at 6 0 a.m. and return train leaves Show Grounds about 5 45 p m. Unloading and loading of exhibits must be performed by owners at the Show Grounds platform. For fuller, particulars see posters. BY ORDER. <mmmm*!*m**»titimm.*"*wv ■ w ,inwnnniw. l nj-i - —. ROAD BOARD NOTICES LE BON'S BAY ROAD BOARD. NOTICE OF PROPOSED STOPPING OF ROAD. NOTICE is hereby given tbat the Le Bon's Bay Road Board proposes to stop tbe road commencing at the North, West corner of Rural Section 23124, and extending in a, South Easterly direction to the road forming the South Eastern boundry of Rnral Section 892 and also tbe road forming the South Eastern boundary of Rural Seotions 22598 I 22743, 12702 and part 12656 as far as the main creek Le Bon's and tbat plans of the said roads are on view at the Post Office Le Bon s Bay, and are open for public inspection By order of the Le Bon's Bay Road Board R. BRUCE, Clerk to Board. Thousands have tried " NAZOL" for Colds in the Bead. Bronchitis and Influenza ' and prefer it to any other remedy, because ; it is prompt in its actior, effeniive. nnd does not disorder the stomaoh.

A Perfect Substitute for Whole TYTTT^WF* 1 Milk at Ome»thipti the Cost. _#-* •« _L** Jf , : Calf Food -fef Analysis of GILRUTH Calf Food <S#-v~s" *k\w9\^^^^ CARBOHYDRATES ..." 33 per cent 4 I Compare this analysis with any other and you see that At /\K| Tof P*hr_*>C I the GILRUTH CALF FOOD is about 50 per cent KJOt/UOtVjdUVISO I richer in Fat and Protein the two most essential and " most expensive mgredientsthan any Calf Food on the W^^r Prices: Calf Rearing' Competition: lO Awards W value &50 ■ No. 1-BLUI LABEL No. 2-REDLABEL Full particulars in every fc ag 0 f 251b Bags ' 5/6 25118ag56 - Gilruth Calf Food S ;, 2°d? S Obtainable from N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Assn. of Canterbury, Limited. Christchurch— and -Branches

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3446, 20 October 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3446, 20 October 1914

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