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KOOl'li, WaUDONALD & 00. Hssociateo , —mmf Efftblish a new period in "power history !" Tbey p'ioe on rs'.'ord tti-i fj.;t thit Oil Engines are do longer an expensive luxury I Thuy embody theixst os-entialn of Engines, wiuoh formerly only "equatters" emld .tffoi-d. bu; a. p io,« \vni:h bring them within reach of the •■ cooky 1" U B.H.P. Stationery, on Baee, and Comploto £17 lOs JS| B.H.P. „ „ „ 24 3 BH.P. „ „ , 32 lOs 4 B.H.P. „ „ „ 42 6 B.H.P „ „ \ „ G5 8 B.H.P. „ ~ „ Q5 12 B.H.P. „ „ „ 145 All with Magneto Ignition, Hopper Cooled, with Tools, etc. Roady to Kun. No ExSras or Contiu(.enoiue of and kind. Eoonoraiaal in J uel Consumption. Efficient and Reliable. Sand for Particulars. ' MENTION THIS PAPER BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. NEW ZEALAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS' OHRISTCmjRCH. BRANCHES--Aucfc!ancl, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hastings, Hawera, Tirnru.

D«tig»«S l>7 French engineers, built by iv \t^mim!jV^^-^' / American zneeb*nics—this new car Is a model "', L •"—usmsbX-——■ gf strength. It has all the grace cX » rooming greyhonnfi—-very light, but SsEsson-rtrons. dome aai see it. 1 ' Worecfier Streqt, Chriflchureh, «nd at Auckland

ZAM-BUK ALWAYS USEFUL. »■ KEEP A POT HANDY FOR EMERGENCIES. Never a day passes without some member of the family getting butt, either at work or st play. It may be only a slight injury, but neglected simple outs and bruises often open the door to very serious complications in the the way of blood poieon and skin diseases. When a wound is promptly dressed with Zam t ßuk, these oomplieatiouv !■..■• prevented disease germs are destroyed, umi quick healing ensues as natural course. Mrs E, Pitt, 26 Roberta street, Linwood, N.8.W.. writes :—"At school my little girl, SyjVia, fell and sustained 'gravel rnsh , Dirt got into the flesh, and a badly festered knee was the result. The child was laid up for six weeks, but we could got nothing to hoal the bad pla"8 until we used Z mi But. wbioh noon mended matttrs. Zun Buk reduced the inflammation and Ewellitaj,', cleansed the Bore place ot all Impurity, and then healed it np beautifully. We always kstp Zatu Buk handy for emergencies naw." Mrs N. Read, Darty etreet. Cook's Hul, N.8.W.. writes: —"My son, is urn ployedoin concreta work, and his hand? got bard and sore, and frequently brhak out into painful cracks. Hβ hag, however, found a wonderful remedy in Zxiri Buk, which soft ana the skin, draws out; all the bad matter, and then restores the hands to a perfect condition, thoroughly healed." Zam Euk .should always be kept Liondy for obllblaina, cuts, chaps, cold sores, bruises, btuna, scalds, epraine, eczema, scaly disease, piles, bad legs, juicers, sore feet, festering wounds, poisoned Eores, pimples, tilotcbes. rashes, and itohy spots. Only prices 1/6 or 3/6 per pot. Of all chemists and stores. FRANK TAYLOR ROOM No. 12a, BAKEB'H BUILDINGS 166 Manchester stkeet, Thone 3506. Bend at once your postal note for 7/11, and secure one of our Speoial bILK BLOUSES—aII sizes aud best values in New Zealand. Oar 10/6 and 12/6 EiH< Elonses are quite unbeaten in value, v.ho are our AU.wool Vyella Blouses at ISO each, Also write for quotations of our Costumes, Jackets, Blankets Sheeting, Quilts, Damasks Down Quilts, me, etc NO EQUAL IN THE CITY FOX VALUE All Orders post free. Here'e good advice b9yond price! For Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat, lniluenza, or Bronchial. Troubles, take "NAZOL" and you'll gej immediatt relief, !>ix!,y doee3 for 1/6.

"""kaTid. fcacl tiro experience of bujlo- {F e£- -^^^^^SS^^^J nj 65,000 motor cars before he pwfocted Jiia 1 llUS —v comftlnlne the best featurr.. of foreign oud IMOTEHESESM^mf '•I S Annrlean designs. Honosiiy, tlia "Eriscoo' • S!^KAV c J/ matches In merit foreign cars of the £iOO ~ a ~**£^jafflm&mmm£i!jL-^&' class. w /Tl^iirl<pr s £275 yMJXJrVV&X&si CompUteb equipped fff'rfr^^^ l with Electric Self-atarler tt ~ •""* Lights Wore«Bt«r Street Ohristchurch, and at Auckland • 3

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3476, 20 July 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3476, 20 July 1915

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