fT/ Iff/*ft \ /S° man y // / V/ perils lurk / behind a cut that / keeping handy a pot of that " [#%'%■. \ great antiseptic healer, Zam- 'f \ Buk, is a wise and necessarypr*- i I caution. There Is nothinir li-'.e \ Zam-Buk for .soothing, purify- \ Ing, and healing a wounrf. Tna •; \ unique composition and her- r %2L bal origin of Zam-'Juk an J ; Its great rrlinhllity have won for it a place in most househoids. HasZam-Buk ;. a place in yours? . A WELCOME RAIN. «—, — HEAVY FALL OP SNOW. The weather broke on Wednesday morniDg after a long spell of bot and dry weather. The rain i? welcome, as it fell almost persistently Wednesday, and op to midnioht The total fall was about three-quarters of an inch, which will be most beneficial, as , the ground was everywhere bnked and hard, and the feed was everywhere going oft noticeably, Although the
WANTRD-YOUUNG LADY ABSIS TANT for our Drapery Emporium Apply, LEUJTT'S, Beacb Koed, Akaroa. Thouennds have iripd "NAZOL" for Colds in the Bead. BronehiMs and Irflurnza and prefer it to eny ofher remedy, because st'ie prompt in ite notion, (fiactive, and dros uot disorder the stomach.
IJ If you are out to buy the highest-priced car in the. market, you'll not consider the "PAIGE." . <j But if you want the best car that a moderate price can tmy you, then the "PAIGE" is that car. 4 ; And in buying a "PAIGE," you buy a car that is built to sell on service, on reliability, on speed; with smartness of looks and refinement of design thrown in. *S We have handled cheaper cars, we handle more expensive; but for the price we know of no car that gives such genuine value as the " PAIGE. t . . ■ 1 "25" Model All "PAIGE'' Models are elec- "36" Model (25 h.p.) trically lighted and started by the • (36 h.p.) COOC famous Grey & Davis system. £385 DEXTER & CROZIER — LIMITED ; i = "' . = CHRISTCHURCH & AUCKLAND We are also Agents for the Aristocratic " Cadillac " and the " United States " Tires 7 . ■ : ~ ~ : : ~"
A Perfect Substitute for Who,e (V |y Milk at One-third the Cost, rt« T p I?fif}T) T Analysis of GILRUTH Calf Food ISBN /mMmJ^^S^ PKOTEIDS ".'.'. Z 23 per cent \/a!^^^T CAKBOHYDRATES .... 33 per cent J7 M A IlK\f Compare this analysis with any other and you see that IJLsJ/ jTv»Oi3IISL \^&IV6S the GILRUTH CALF FOOD is about 50 per cent KhlCjr richer in Fat and Pioteinthe two most essential and ijUfjU^ most expensive ingredientsthan any CaJf Food on the wJB)^ market Prices: Calf Rearing Competition: 1O A"wards ■ Call Kearing ■ No< |_ BLU£ LABEL Hq 2 -REDLABEL , Full particulars in every Lag of BaQ» |( ?| gfi^ii Gilruth Calf Food too,b " 20/ " ,00,b »/- 22----itiß DTerared in Ivo tjiilitifs. c ' '• Gamier, blue for feeding with skim . a milk ; end No. 2, bier ttd Bal, ki fr<diDgwi(h either caßeinor cheere wbey. - Obtainable from N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Assn. of Caikterbury. Limited. and—— Branches
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914
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