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FRENCH HOLD FAST.

ENEMY ATTACKS BROKEN.

Pabii?, February 27, A communique states:—"Our troops during the night continue to strengthen their positions north of Verdun. Strong enemy attacks on Haturday evening on tbe Haudromont' Farm «B.Bfc of Poivre Hill, were broken up fey our artillery and machine guns and coanter attacks. Another ai tempi,, equally violent ot Hardau mon Wood, east of Douamont, was equally (utile. Our advanced posts in ,the Woevre carried out their withdrawal unhindered. There was no infantry action on the rest of the .fif anas' frontier. A strong enemy attack on a two mile front near Geiles, after artille* y preparation, was a com ptate fnilur© " >

tl p or this retit-f, muoh thanks!" Hamlet's words -express the. feeling of tbe many Uiooaards whr> have tested "NA2OG." All agree that "Na'jZOL" is the beßt ccagh and cold remedy in ;ihe Dominion. Uet a bottle TO-DA?.

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FRENCH HOLD FAST., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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FRENCH HOLD FAST. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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