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BOOTH, MA«'DONALD & CO. ASSOCIATED Farm Engines Represent Maximum Efficiency at a Minimum Cost f Where quality oountF, it is there, viz., MAGNETO IGNITION, PHOSPHOR BRONZE BEARING', MACHINE CUT GEAxtS, DliuP FORGK.D CRANK RBAI- I', AND CONNECTING ROD; The Prices speak for themselves :— 13 B.H.P hopper cooled, stationary £.17 lOs 2 * » » £ ?2*2 S 4 » >• Os PORTABLES OR SEMI PORTABLES AT PROPORTIONATELY LOW PRICES Send for likutrated Pamphlet. Post Free. Pleaso raentiou|ithis papet. BOOTH, MACDOMALD & CO CHRISTCfiURCH. BRANCHED—AuekIand, Hamilton, Gisbome, Hastings, Hawera, Timaru.

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■:?==== NAZOL n *; j; A Surprise for the Shackletoß Eiploration Party! I True it is that J j Seeing that we Colds colds catch us Fortify I know *-*-•* j l -.-''--, j I Carried oftener than we Yourself nor lac hour v/h^r. il in Clothes catch them. Against we too may 1c , >t „ from The cold-germs Colds caught, our be: i 111 England pursue us in 1 J| plan is so to i;> ■"' draughts and # creaseour.pow.;3 l dust They resistance—so to fight ! e m pounce upon us when seated at rms ™*"f 'X " a , l ". : ' , 111 1. . 11 1 place —that we shall suiter ii,.;c the desk, the dmmg-table or the loss o{ vitality and ef f iciency f om ■W fireside. Go where we may, the these insidious foes. cold-germs follow us. Even in the Antarctic they have marked " as . a r ' l!e ;'° M i down their prey. Explorers are HOW tO '~° ' ..J' 1 ' / i w 1 1V 1 -in 1 TV««,4 .» stoma::h. 1 Iwi s rarely troubled with colds, but i real a no •!-.,..•■.'.•.. | Sir Edward Shackleton tells us | Cold lo L-i - SS3 that the donning of clothes taken 1 | wrought cr : ;,,,, fresh from a bale caused his . Colds il:.rt ir, . c I 'I' i whole party to suffer from colds. soft * moist * deli( ; ale mcm!:r ' im: '' { ■■Li The heat of the body roused the I,nes our throat and L,mt,,:.. i ■■ : j , . , passages. And what v;? r. n»'. •<• : ... .j; slecpmg germs-and every man Commonsense Trcalmc. t lh;-i vn . i was caught. dealgentlybutfirmlywithihelrm.l...-. I |i ! THAT TREATMENT IS ; '.' Th© Safest 3 Surest, Speediest mmku< i,. f«% Nazol is ready for use the moment you buy it. It can be taken in three ways:— L ft FjRST By placing a few drop* on sugar which is allowed to dis- ~" ES solve slowly in the mouth. The fragrant healing properties :. *£■>. °f NAZOL will pass to the Nostril:*, Throat and Lungs. 'An SECOND By Inhalation. The most direct trealmenl for Nazal Catarrh > and Colds in the Head. A Nazol Inhaler should bs used. v - L THIRD By rubbing on the Chest. Nazol is an excellent Balm and p removes tightness and pain. £ ■~ ■ By these simple methods NAZOL ;|| Eases Coughs Soothes Sore Throats Clears Away Phlegm ; \\ Banishes Influenza and Relieves Bronchitis I ! | Nazol is pleasant to take, Nazol never fails in a fair test. Nazol ]! 13 good for old and young. Nazol costs only j [ j 1/6 per Bottle of 60 Doses i, I oaansa ummia mcassKoaßra «***■*■ n********** Basßsammasßt 1 ! I Get Nazol TO-DAY from any Chemist. Don't wait until you i | have a cold. Start using it NOW and keep the cold-germs away. ■ I It will pay you to do so.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3404, 9 March 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3404, 9 March 1915

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