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The Recent Kpid i mics of Snallpox aiid*Diphtheria Wruld ceitainly not attn'nrd such p r o portions if the bjßipnic fact were more penen lly knc wn thnt the disiDfpct on of tbe I mouth by p ;el able and harmless antiseptio if « Rifßt p o'-.'ctincr factor nfminat all ailmrn's where ihn -infection is through the Ihioat t r reßpi>-atory tract. By putting three (irons of SANDEU'S EUCALYPTI EXTACT, on a pi-?ce of loaf-sugar, and allowing it to dissolve in tbe month, that cavity is thoroughly diainfeoted. The volatile nature of SANDER'S EXTRACT makes impenetrate every crevice. SAKDER'S EXTRACT is not nauseous nor depressing like the common eucalyptus, and possesses great anticeptic power. By using SANDER'S BATRACT you avoid the uncertain composition of the lozpnge; you have the benefit of tbe Rtronpppt antiseptic that can be UPed with safety, and the result ie protection from all infection,.

COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICES. I AKAROA COUNTY COUNCIL. I ryiENPFBS are invited for Epawling 1.-L fiOO YaicU of Metal on the Summit Bond at tbe bead of Robinson's Bay. Tenders, w>ll be received by Messrs. C. B, Bi d J. B Thaoker until 4 p m on FRIDAY30th. October. G H. O'CALLAGHAN, County Clerk. WAIEEWA COUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE OF ELECTION OP MEMBEES OF THE ABOVE COUNCIL. NOTICE is Hereby Given, with tbe provisions of the Counties' Act. 1908." and tbe '-Election and Polls' Act, 1908!" and their Amendments, that an ELECTION if even duly qualified ratepity rs will be held on November 18th in li»u of the present C und'hri, who retire Ly (ftluxion of time, but are eligible for re emotion, namely, Three Merabeis lor the Little River Biding Two Members for the Kinloib. Ridirg Two Members for the Kahuna Hiding Nomination of Candidate? on tbe form prescribed by the Act must be delivered to the undersigned or addressed to him and delivered at the County Office, Little River, before NOON od November 10th. A Pol!, if necessary, will be token as under:— For the Little River Riding -At the County Ofiice, Little River, and School. Poahe. For Einloch Biding— : At. Mr Glynen's shed, 'I'eOka. For Eaituna Biding—At School, Ataabua, and Schoo', Gebbie's Valley. Nomination forms can be obta'ned at Mr Harris's Store, Little River, Post Offices a* Pnaha and TeOka, or from the undersigned. T. QU r ALY. Returning Officer.

WANTED-YOUUNG LaPY ASSIS TANT for our Drapery Emporium Apply, LE ITT'S, Beach Koad. Akaroa.

'.","*. the reasonable price "We could tell you the mechanical construction of the "PAIGE" Car and explain to you, one \ . feature after another, wherein the materials and ■ , workmanship were as good as those in much more . j^MMM—.————— expensive cars, and were better than in other p2ZSZ2ZZZZZZZZZ!ZZ|I moderate-priced cars. In Lubrication, in the "Paige" Electric Starta \l >> r< j-ii ". • iug" and Lighting System, in the Clutch and TransAs.the DadiUac is f u » Paige » construction the best Car of all, details, quality is the first consideration, irrespective of cost, so , jf you are i oo king for a moderate-priced car, we assure you that the the one car for you is the "PAIGE." "PAIGE" is the best /,«-,.«« , i 1 *« i i fi.^— ■ . ""Model ..-.*-■ "36" Model . Priced das, We U Z%£ZL~ Jig' give you our personal jLoOD too i *JO«I assurance of that. ~~~ ', I DEXTER & CROZIER T 'I ====================== LIMITED ============= CHRISTCHURCH & AUCKLAND

* A Perfect Substitute for Whol e "DTTTII /l\ Milk at One-third the Cost. jr Analysis of GILRUTH Calf Food < >fl^^B^^ i PROTEIDS .... .... 23 per cent \eJJ^^Z CARBOHYDRATES.... 33 per cent ___ _ _____ _ ___ - ijp jm i £.r\ v ■J^ Compare this analysis with any other and you see that WJMI rdOI3IISL L>2uVCS t ' the GIJ-RUTH CALF FOOJ) is about 50 per cent. ww%«-^ww % " richer in Fat and Proteinthe two most essential and %Jfmj/^^ most expensive ingredientsthan any Calf Food on the market Prices: Calf Rearing' Competition: 1O Awards W value -£5O " No. I-BLU£ LABEL No. 2-REDLABEL Full particulars in every bag of |slb Bags 501b 8a986 |!6 GilrutH Calf Food 1001b ,',' 20/- 1001b ,;'22/It if imfTfd ir ivt nußirt, Kc. i. braiided blue for feeding with Bhim -, milk ; srd No. 2, brendcd Bed, fci fei ding with either casein or cheeEe wbey. 'Jbtainable from N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Assn. of Canterbury, Limited. ChrUtchurcH-- *nd i — Branches

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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