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i'he Kecent llipiaemics 01 Smallpox and l)iphtheria Would certainly not have atta'ned snob, pro portions if the hygienio fact were more generally known that the disinfection of the mouth by a reliable and harmless antiaoptio is ft great protecting factor against el! nil. meats where the infeotion is through the throat or respiratory tract. By putting three j drops of SANDEB'S EUCALYPTI EXTACT, on a piece of loaf-Sugar, and allowng it to dissolve in the month, that oavity is thoroughly disinfected. The volatile nature of SANDEB'S EXTRACT makess it penetrate every crevice. SANDEB'S EXTRACT is not aausoous nor depressing like the common ucalyptUß, and possesses great antioeptio power. By using SANDEB'S EATRa.CT you avoid the uncertain composition of the lozenge; yon have the benefit of the strongest antiseptic that can be used with safety, and the result ie protection from all infection..

PUBLIC NOTICES. TITANTED WAI NUTS. Walnuts W birght samples, largn quantity, lowe eet for Jqn.'Jity. Apply CULVEBBOUSE, Asbburton, '"BELGIAN RELIEF FUND." DISPOSAL OF CABNIVAL MONEY. rjIHK Ladies and Gentlemen who sub* -L scribed to the Belgian Harvest Festival at Akaroa are requested to meet at the Borough Council Chambers on TUESDAY EVENING (to-night), at 8 p.m, to decide as to the disposal of moneys col* lected. G. ARMSTRONG, Mayor, Chairman.

LEFT AT DUVAUCHELLE YARDS 'TWO HEAD of Cattle on Friday last—l J- White 3yr old Dry Heifer wiih notoh out of both ears and slit off near ear; on Sunday—A 2yr old Red dry Heifer, slit in the bottom side of near ear. Owner can have same by paving expensesApplyJ J. GASKIN, Somerset Hotel, Duvauohelle

NOTICE TO MAKE RETURNS OF LAND UNDER THE LAND AND iNCONE ASSESSMENT ACT, 1908, AND ITS AMENDMENTS. Land and Income Tax Department. Wellington, 12th April, 1915. NOTICE is hereby given that, in pursuiince of the above Acts and tbe Begu. lations mada thereunder, every person and oompany being the owner of land in New Zealand, or being the holder or owner of any mortgage or mortgages of land in New Zea land, within the meaning of tbe said Acts, is hereby required to duly make and furnish to me, in tbe prescribed form, returns of such landd and mortgagee on or before the Ist day of May, 1915. And further,' notice ie hereby given that suoh returns ehall in all cases be delivered at or forwarded to the office of ihe Commissioner of Taxes, in the Government Buildings at Wellington. Dated this 12th day of April, 1015. D. G. CLARK, Commissioner of Taxes.

BOKOUGH COUNCIL NOTICES. AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL. TENDER FOR CARTING. fTIENDERS are invited for the Borough -L Gaitrng for the year ending 31st Match. 1916. Specifications may be seen at the Borough Council Office, Balgueri Street, during office houre, where tenders will be received up to 4 p'm'on WEDNESDAY, 21st April, 1915. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. G. W, THOMAS, Town Clerk AKAROA BOROUGH CONNCIL. TENDER FOR SUPPLY OF SAND AND SHINGLE nnENDERS are invitad for the Supply of J- Sand and Shingle at per yard (or the year ending 31et March. 1916. Specifications may be seen at the Borough Counoll Office, Balgueri Street, during effioe houre. Tenders close at 4 p.m on WEDNESDAY, 21st Apiil, 1915. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. G. W. THOMAS, Town Clerk.

BOROUGH OF AKaROa ELECTION OF MAYOR. In the matter of "The Municipal Corpora. tions Act, 1908," and me amendments thereof and of "The Local Elections and Tolls Act. 1908," and tbo amendments thereof, T HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that -L aa Eieotion of MAYOR for the Borough of Afearoa will be held on WEDNFSDAY, the 28th day of April, 1915, and I hereby appoint the offioe of tho Akaroa Borough Council as the plaoj, and Wednesdoy, the 2lst day of April, 1915, as the time for the nomi' nation of Candidates. Nomination -papers must be delivered to me, or addressed to me and delivered at the place aforesaid r.ieompa'nied by a deposit of Ten Pounds at any time after the publication of this notioe and before noon on the said day of nomination. Dated this 12th day of April, 1915. < G. W. THOMAS, Returning Officeri BORUUGH OF AKAROA. ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. In the matter of "The Munioipal Corporations Act, 1908," and the amendments thereof and of "The Lcoal Elections and Pells Act, 1908," and the amendments thereof. 1 HEEEBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that J- a General Election of NINE COUN. CILLORS for the Borough of Akaroa will be held on WEpNEfrDAY, the 28th day o' April, 1915, and I hereby appoint the office of the Akaroa Borough Coounoil as the place and Wednesday, the2let day of April, as the, time for the Domination of Candidates.

Bach nomination paper must be signed by two Electors and by the Candidate, and be delivered to me or be addressed to me and delivered lit the plaoe aforeseid ocoompanied by a deposit of Three pounds at any time af ter the publication of tbis notice and before noon of the said day of nomination. Dated tbis 12th day of April, 1915. Q. W. THOMAS, Returning Officer ' NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. BELGIUM HARVEST F??TIVAL AT CHRISTCHUIt H. EXCURSION Tickets wiil be issued to Ctirifitchurch from Aehburion, i den, and intermediate elatians, inclining branohee on 17th April. On 17th April the evening trivn for LHtlt will leave Christohuroh at 610 p.m • ni ai rive Little River 8 20 p.m. For fuller particulars see bills. By OBDEB.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3414, 13 April 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3414, 13 April 1915

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