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BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. ; Peninsula Dfiirv Partners I A PROPOSITION WORTH WHILE — Cream Sepas°a ©r j ' Emancipates the Jv ' iW Slaves of the Dairy I dsi—_jK3* JLiJL 1 \\ 'a' I* cuts oil 1 , all (he drudgery, , | , fl SdK&jL '\ \\ Paves AL'j ibe cream, ana • i liHlhSi'j mi sP&I-w'- Saves an hour or more _ \ Vn^R TWICE A DAY, EVERY HAY IS THE WEEK EVERY WEEK IN < HK MONIH, ' AND; ALMOST EVERY MONTH IN THE YEAR! of tgjs'' ' Iffll You can start eeparating as soon" ac the firr.t enw is r _% :\ ||i|? milked, and finish milking and sepnrafng icgoiher! THIS IS WHAT IT~DOES. tma&ZjMlk \wlsl!iiwk New Zealand included. Of this we have PRICE, CS©S^i^LETE, THIS IS WHAT IT CUTS OUT ! CHRISTCHURCH. BKAINCHE- s —Auckland, Hamilton, G-isborne, Hastings, Hawera, Titnaru.

■ , • i . ' ' Mi 1 j- & Surprise for the ;:: : ■ :ij • .. ■ -!•■ lii i' . . . , • r - == ——————— , ; jiHi i/ " True it is that I Seeing tnal we ;; }\]\\ jj Gelds colds catch us Fortify know not the day Uji I! Carsied oftenerthan we YOiH'SeSf nor the hour v,hen .|; ill Ij! !."] Cb:l]93 catch them. , Against we too may be j! The cold-germs Colds caught, our bett 1 ! Eng-and pursue us in |1 - 1| pl an 13 so '° '■-- i J ; " ' draughts and crease our r -■ ■;* ---=— dust. They of resistance-30 to J:;",. g*4 . , j t when, they iin:; a • ■ upon us when seated at p l aC e-that We shr.il «.:;:o.- \ Lac desk, the dinmg-table or the lossof vitality and eihzizu.:y f m iirosido. Go where we may, the these insidious foes. cold-£;ci'ms follow us. Even in ; ' , ~' a ■ , " . t1 i i j Colds us a rule c o X--, 'J-c j-uilc.rctic they have marked . . . •ri !>j down Uicir prey. Lxplorersare riJW lJ s'oma ii ; ' ■'s r-i-cly troubled with colds, but "^ rea4 a no nee d, thcr.-fo-r-, ] lix Edward Shackleton tells us Cold to clrj,.; i';a: L. - '73 that the donning of clothes taken i wrought r.r.;•;•,. fresh from a bale caused his Co.cs a;.rt «;s ' c. . v/holc party to suffer from colds. soft, moist, delicate n-cnyr,,, :.. i ,1 ™ ' , , , j , , lines our nose, threat r.nd hv-" '> I■J ;|; lhe heat of the body roused the passgges> And what γ-v ~ j! ! sleeping germs—and every man Comrnonsense Trcalnic: t f:•...; wr- ] j was caugliL. deal gently but firmly with ilv.: v *....';;'... ■•("■ ' THAT TREATMENT IS '' ; ; , Ti:9 Safest, Sorest, Speediest 1, |p \ Nasol is ready for use the moment you buy it. It can be t: ._•-': / in tlireo ways :- — / ■ FIRST By placing a few drops on sugar whicli is allowed to disslowly i n the mouth. The fragrant healing properties ' ( .. of NAZOL will pass to the Nostrils, Throat and Lungs, ■f.; j '' By Inhalation. The most direct treatment for Nazal Catarrh \ ■ V-.. """*"" * '" and Colds in the Head. A Nazol Inhaler should be used. 1 ZJdLLBI2 By rubbing on the Chest. Nazol is an excellent Bairn and i removes tightness and pain. f.. By these simple methods NAZOL .. • ' 11 ■ • • i' ■I; j j Eases Coisyfts Soothes Sore Throats Clears Away PSilegm \: jjijj Banasites Influenza Relieves Bronchitis ; ! : ; Nazol is pleasc\nt to take, Nazol never fails in a fair tee':. Nazol j j \ 13 good for old and young. Nazol costs only ■ ( , iiij 1/8 per Bottle of 80 Doses n J j J i ' ■:■■■■ ■ - ■ ! •| Get Nazol TO-DAY from any Chemist. Don't wait until .you j i;« Nave a cold. Start using it NOW and keep the cold-germs away. j ! iiil {' %vi'H'pay you to do so. • ;!|[ _ 8 i '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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