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p.'BRISCOE" . r r^£fefc\ It Is c mechanical greyhound, this new Car ( \--*mfm\gti_ J j t__3J__.^ >, v 01 ours. Lig.nt—when loaded it only wsijjha ____L_____________^..' \ 17jcwt. Beautiful—why, its a very Vonus j* [J®NjWwHm lP*^""^""_?"*^fK)F"^*_J in its grace of lino. Strong—well, tha \>iyjV\g /Sy French and Anioricaii engineers coultiu't build •< a stronger car. , (Dexferj£Turozieiy X. _ _«-_ J? tvith Electric Self-starter — LTD. «8> onifLfeA.. Worcester Street Christchurch. and at Auckland 7

You will be advised to take this and that* but if you have a Cold or a Cough; if Influenza or Nasal Trouble of any kind is bother _ 3 you, "NAZOL' is the one thing needful I oures. 1/6

?/„ "BRISCOE*' '' Finally. »" "lis 'Car you get the classic Xt'*i«. -.non-cut of Continental models combined wits that staunchness of mechanism for Which American craftsmen have uo equals tho world ov.r. Aud how gracefully built, how b««rtl" fid it is. £275 . JrSXi (Dexfei^irozii_fe and Lights » Worcester Street Christchurch, and at Aae_taOd #.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3451, 20 April 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3451, 20 April 1915

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