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Yesterday's "Press" says:—"lt is stated that the reason that the Peninsula Queen has not yet entered the lists is that a previous resolution re speoting paying tbe money into the Peninsula Fund has not yet been rescinded. When this is done, and the money banded over to tbe Patriotic Fund, tbe cdlours of the Peninsula candidate will be hoisted with those of tbe other*;" V

THERE W ONLY ONE. . HANDBK KXTK\OP. m-I !!n» I- why till* p«Op'e -r»l-l .Xi ,-(.•(> HI i l -', • "' ■ reject <r*.e riUt'.y mi. r\ i -uv '< > ■:■■■ •hep and frt)uer'!y itnii.fu • .Uigoodw." The OENUIN xvXD !< EX. TRACT is free how the objectionable q.iniitios of the oommon enoalyp&us oils and the so-oallad "extraots," SANDER'S EXTRACT is the most powerful antiseptic and hetli'ii ranedy -hit ni mi«-d w»eh aaf*ty; it prevents and ou'es all infeetiou? diseases — inflaenza. colds, ff-vers, Bmallpos, diphtheria. flatul«nee, ,dy=p<H>Ria. d>arrliom. dysentery, and kidney trouble SANDEK'S EXTR OT. applied to ulcer , sprains cuts, inflamed and kohmg skin, gives instant relief and oureß permanently. Three drop Bin a teaspoonful of cod liver oil is a specific in all ohronlo lung affeotions., Rheumatism, neuralgia, and toothache arc quickly di> polled by it Reliability, effectiveness, and BHtaty are the great attributes of SANDER'S EXTRACT.

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CANTERBURY CONTEST., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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CANTERBURY CONTEST. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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