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\ BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. * _____ __—. _-_-. ■ _ wmmmmmmmawmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmMmm Peninsula Dairy Farmers! A PROPOSITION WORTH WHILE i— C\ _i_i_fH____ T*«rir ' : ** «*«!»'•,»■ iFL • AUTOMATIC ' _# ' Cream Separator it ! • ' Emancipates the fif ]t\ Slaves if the Dairy \ . * ___Jbs___. ; i\ w It cuts out all the drudgery, . /..£__rvV' y\ Saves ALL the cream, and * ' -*BnJPI / <Hm I_v_ \ ' Saves an hour or more '}i , XQ_ISFTI&3W i TWICE A DAY, EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK, 1 . J&KPtmMUL __$_. ' KVBBY WEEK IN THE MONTH, AND ALMOST EVERY MONTH IN THE YEAR 1 Jw- «y|| : jj jiH| ■ You can start separating as Boon ai the fir-1 cow is V -' I||« H milked, and finish milking and separating together! THIS IS WHAT ITDOES. -The AOTONMTHr ■■'' Skims as close as any in the world. aMhr i S r_*ffl__ __jjfl_T_M wmflMimwm Now Zealand included. Of thi-; wo have .' PRICE,.- COMPLETE, !/ rHr fi3T 10s ■- DELIVERED - 'I ' "' Now get one WjYOUU D_ir y : V , JtHJS IS WHAT~IT , CUTS QGTi' I BOOTH, MACDIONALD &CO §^: ! '' r '' CHRISTCHURCH. fifv,' - r> i Auckland, Hamilton, ftisborne, Hasting?, Hawera, Timaru. If "'. . "if "'' .' '' i " '*'< '' I an__g__._'■■»_j_' _ _ r- 5_ —--■a-!.-!

Surprise for the I-,----_-_-H-_hß " 'i'MM it is that If [f ' ~.. Seeing that we > 11 Fortl * \ •know not the day ) | oflchcr than we ! Yourself nor the hour when ' j| if flitch them. AjjainSt we too may be lii V .f?°tt' The cold-germs Goldfl ' -caught, our-best '* 'ir.gtert_f j pursue us in I , 11 plan is so to in- g£ $$%#?<! I ii l , '''_ ,' „ ..?tl« nt germs when they find a lodging L X Wffk'l MM ! f P oto ; c ,:. when seated at pkce-tlmt we shall suffer little fri PV/'J , '■ the dcs _, the ctfnmg-table or the loss of vitality and efficiency from V '*f t i - - hYesidf ,Go where we may, the these insidious foes. Jf 11 ;nL cold-._, ______ follow us. Even, in _- , il__ f V /' the Antarctic they have marked Colds as a rule clo ! f oa i i • ri Un\m in nol begin in the Gf% \ l{i y d OT -n their prey. Explorers are HOW U rtomach# There ., |J troubled with colds, but i ,? no need, therefore, f[ 0' Or Edward Shackleton tells us - to drug that hard- | *m. that the donning of clothes taken ' wrought organ. |-~ ~,. "resh from a bale caused his ' Colds start in the ill v/hblc party to suffer from colds. soft, moist, delicate membrane that h , I'll, ~-, , , t_i v. j j,i lines our nose, throat and bronchial Lh ihe heat ot the body roused the a i i . , .„-,„:._;.-, jl"> | ■ ■? • passages. And what we requ.reisa ||}| j j bleeping germs-*md every man Commonsense Trealmei.t lliat will j|[{ j , was caught. . deal gently but firmly with the trouble. | ; ! i* • ! i! |j } THAT TREATMENT sS j |j , , , •, * ,** ,r= , v_ __;,f' ii M ■ The Safestj Surest, Speediest remecSy for inh J»|| , Nazol is ready for use the moment you buy it. It can be taken Jb : in "three ways: — if __J_______T''- y Pl ac i n § a f ew drops on sugar which is allowed to dis- > "•■ solve slowly in the mouth. The fragrant healing properties _a__ 0" va{--NAZOL will pass to the Nostrils, Throat and Lungs. SECOND By Inhoiahfin. ..The most direct treatment for Nazal Catarrh , if and Colds in &&. Head. . A Nazol Inhaler should be used. ' **&* LTHIRD By rubbing on the Chest. Nazol is an excellent Balm and R removes tightness and pain. i By these simple methods NAZOL Eases Coughs Soothes Sore Throats Clears Away Phlegm h Banishes Influenza ana ftelioves Bronchitis ?- :; ■• * l Nazol is pleasant to take, Nazol never fails in a fair test. Nazol '" is good for old and young. Nazol costs only i 1/6 per Bctll- of 63 L> "/' _______■____ rrssam maarj &____3_3_- «_____ l__...,.__s__:.__ _^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Gel Nazol TO-DAY from any Chervil'!. , Don't have a cold. Start using it NOW and kc.p cold-nJ^^^^^^^^^^^^M you J^^^^^^^^^^^^^^k _______________________________________—] • _________________________________________

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 1 January 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 1 January 1915

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