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rhe Recent "Epidemics of Smallpox and Diphtheria iVould certainly not have attained such pro jortiohs if tbe hygienic fact were more generally known that the disinfection of the south by a reliable and harmless antiseptic s a great protecting faotor against all ail. vents where the infection is through the ihroat or respiratory traoi. By putting three Irops of SANDER'S EUCALYPTI EXrACT, on a piece of loaf-sugar, and allowsg it to d.issoive in the mouth, that cavity is thoroughly disinfeoted. The volatile nature >f SANDER'S EXTRACT makes it penetrate svery crevice. BANDER'S EXTRACT is not nauseous nor depressing like tbe common eucalyptus, and possesses great antioeptio Eiower. By ÜBing SANDER'S EATRACT ?ou avoid the uncertain composition of tho lozenge; you have the benefit of the strongest antiseptic that oan be used with safety, and the result is protection from all infection,, PUBLIC NOTICES. POOR OF BELGIUM FUND. ALL those ladies and gentlemen who are willing to take an active part and make a success of the Monster Harvest festival, to be held on THURSDAY, March 18, on the Akaroa Recreation Ground, are requested to meet me in tbe Akaroa Borough ( Counoil Chambers, a' 8 p.m., on TDESDAY 1 NEXT, February 16. j G. ARMSTRONG, I Mayor. I NOTICE OF POLLING DAY. j .___ i IN pursuance of tbe " Licensing Act, 1908," and its Amendments, I. GEORG* WILLIAM TBOMAS, Returning Officer for ths' Electoral District of Ellesmsre, do here by give notice that an election will be helrf for the return of FIVE QUALIFIED PER SONS to serve as Members of tbe Licensin. Committee for the sail? district; and thr, the latest hour for receiving nomini. tions of Candidates will be NOO> oi SATURDAY, 27th DAY OF FEI IUARY, 1915; and that the po' J if necessary, will be taken at the seveia j poliiDg-places of the said district on TUEb ' DAY, 9th DAY OP MARCH, 1915. Every man desirous of becoming a Cand date must be nominated by not less the two. electors of the district, by a norn inatin paper as pseeorjfced by eeotion 105 of ti, "Legislature Act, 1008," delivered to ti '[ Returning Officer on or before NOON on tl 27tu DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1913. The foljowjng are the polling-places fy tbe Electoral District of EUesmeres - j 1. Th Courthouse, Akaroa (principal) 2. The Publio School, Ataahua. 3. Tbe Publio School, Brooksjde. i, The Town Ball, boylestoy. 5. Tbe Public Sohool, Dunsandel. 6. The Publio Hall, Duvnuohelle. j 7. The Publio Sohool, Ellesmere, 8. The Public Sohool, Gieenpark. 9. Tbe Public School, Halswell. If). Tfce Public School, Irwell. 11. The Library, Killinohy, 12. The Public School Lakeside. 13. Tbe County Council Office, Leeston. 14. Tbe Publio Hall, Lincoln, 15. The Courthouse, Little River. 16. The Public Sohool, Motukarara. 17. The Library, Prebbleton, 18. The Publio School, Rollesjon. 19. Tbe Public Hall, Southbridge. 20. The Publio Sohool, Spreydon. 21. Tbe County Council Office, Springston. 22. Tbe Publio Hall, Springston South. 23. The Publio School, Tai Tapu. Dated this 11th day of February, 1915. G. W THOMAS, Returning Officer.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3477, 12 February 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3477, 12 February 1915

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