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WAR IN EUROPE.

ROUMANIAN WHEAT,

BUCHAREST, February IC, The Government baa refused Germariy'e offer to outbid a British eyndioate's contract Eor wheat. COST OF FOOD. BYDNEY, February 17 It is officially stated that tho price of meat ia 65 per cent and the prioo of other fcods nnd groceries 19 per oenc higher than in 19 U, ANZ&O'S FABEWELLED. LONDON. February 16 On Sunday a crowd of Anglo.Now lauderp at Pa-idingtou Btation fnrowolled 80 Npw under Captain Oonway, returning on board the Turakina. Those on I th« platform inoludnd Sir Thomas MaoKonzio. On behalf of the Committoo of Knglieh Women, Lady Bmith Dorrion presented the departing soidiore with a ailk Union Jack with a metal shield, whioh boro the ineeription "To N«w Zealand borocn from the women of England." The Anznc land olayed -Keep the Home Fireo Burn; ing." The departing aoldifire were hoartily ebopred.

Home Defence requires more thnn battle, shipp. Every houee hold ncetla "NAZOL" to protnot it BRtiinst coughs, colds, influenza, and bronchitis "NAZOL" ia a boon to old and young 60 doeee 1/6

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3523, 18 February 1916

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3523, 18 February 1916

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