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'J he -Kecen.t Epidemics of Smallpox and Diphtheria Would certainly nol Li v ir-h'rrd stub pro portions if the byftierii; f.-irt were more KenertJly known that the disinfection of the mouth by a reliable and harmless antiseptic is a great protecting factor egainet all ailmrnts whrre the infection is through the throat or respiratoiy tract. By putting tbrne drops of SANDER'S EUCALYPTI EXTACT, en a piece of loaf-sugar, and allowing it to dissolve in the month, that cavity ifi thoroughly disinfected. The volatile nntnrf of SANDER'S EXTRACT rnolus it penetrate every crevice. SANDER'S > XTKACT is not nauseous nor depressing like the common eucalyptus and possesses great unticepfcie j power. By using SANDER'S EATRACT >ou avoid the uncertain composition of tha lcz^nge; you have tbp Itniiit H \h» strongest antiseptic that cun He nperl with EBfety, nrd the result is pK'frrtit n f rm all infection,. H. WATSON & CO T ITTLE RIVER SALE TUESDAY NEXT j SPEC'AL ENTBIRSOn account J. F. BUG ANAN. Eb\> . Kinloch, 6 Halfbrel Red Polled Bub. I Block Polled Bull, Purebred * AH Yearlings. Further Fntries Solicited H. MATSON & CO. LITTLE RIVER SALE. TUESDAY NFXT. Account MKs EINGHOBN NEARLY . 2ACIU<S OF LAND, ar , joining the MfithodUt Church nt LITiLE HIVER together with 5 ROOMKD HuU-E and Outbuildings, Fruit Trees, eic. H. M & CO , Auctionee s WEBIINGS AKAROA REGATTA. POSTPONED MEETING. j riIHE Annual Meeting of the Akaron J- Regatta, postponed from Wednesday I evening on account of there no I j qnoium, will be held on MONDAY, Novenv 1 ber 2nd. Nt 7 30 p.m , at the Akaroa Borough . Council Chamber?. CHAS. W. LEETE, Hon, Fee. COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICES. ; 'akaroa county council. s ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. PURSUANT to Section 65 rf "The Coii"lies' Act, 1908," and Section 7 of " The Local Elections and Polls' Act. 1909.' and its Amendtnprjis, Public Notice iHereby Given that a General Election of Threß Uounoil'orß in the Wuiuni Ruling Ooe Councillor in the Le Bon's Bay BiJirg One Councillor in the Okaiu'e Bay Ridii g One Councillor in the l'igeon Bay Riding in the County of Akaroa will be held en WEDMESDAY, the 18th Day of November, 1914, and I hereby appoint the Aka.oa County Council Chambers, Duw.uahr]le, as the plaoe. end NOON on Monday, the 9,h Day o( November, 1914, as the time for he nomination of Candidates. Dated this 29th Day of October, 1914. G. fl, O'CAI LAGHAN, i Returning Offioer. WAIREWA COUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE OF ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF TBE ABOVE COUNCIL. NOTICE 13 Hereby Given, in accordance with the provisions of the Counties' Act. J908." and the "Eleotion and Polls' Aot, 1908," and their Amendments, that an ELECTION of !-even duly qualified ratepayers will be held on November 18th in lieu of the present C mncillors, who retire by effluxion of time, but are eligible for reelection, namely, Three Members for the Little River Riding Two Members for the Kinloch Riding Two Members for tbo Kai'una Riding Nomination of Candidate? on the form prescribed by "the Act must be delivered tc ihe undersigned or addressed to him and delivered at the County Office, Little River, before NOON on November 10th. A Poll, if necessary, will be taken as under : — For the Little Eiver Riding -At the Counfy Office, Littte River, and School, Puaha. For Kinloch Riding—Ak Mr Glynan's shed, TeOka. For Kaituna Riding—At School, Ataahua, and School, Gebbie's Valley. Nomination forms can be obfa r ned at Mr Harris's Store, Little River, Post Offices a* Puaha and TeOka, or from the undersigned. T. QUEALY, Returning Officer.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914

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