If you can get hold of a B.S.A. Bicycle today you've A V WV \ achieved something. But if you're one of the lucky ones v/^* you'll agree that with their wartime model, B.S.A. have I"V V^ achieved something too. Post-war B.S.A. bicycles will be r •Mc^^^. something more than something better. For sheer .^jfeft^ splendour of colour, design and performance, ; \\ they'll eclipse even previous B.S.A. records. Liß"™fi3Uiy t Some more B.S.A. Bicycles are now coming into /jr If J y the country. Ask your dealer if he ha 9 one avail- ffg iXfftljA *f> able for you —you may be lucky. Or —put your fig I W(i, im if ' I name down and be sure of it when it arrives. ([ffv / |ln9 k Motor Cycle:—N.Z.: Skeam Of White Ltd. M 1 9>/V BICYCLES AND S mbfl MOTOR CYCLES B.S.A. Cycles Lid., Ei £ !and. *■* fox/™ TRY THIS NEW BEAUTY METHOD Wash your face 3 times a day with Palmolive Soap. Then each lime take i full minute more —and massage Palmolive's remarkable beautif>'i n g lather into your skin—like a cream! Now rinse thoroughly—that's all! It's that 60-second massage with Palmolive's rich, gentle lather that works wonders. KEEP THAT ( SP nf ouvl L n^ D SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION \ of OLIVE and nt ■ nwrrn I v <?Jtak^-\ Vpalm ALL OVER &f9*) SZT~ COLGATE-PALMOLIVE LTD., FETONB. \^M*J ÜbZAiLuJ Lγ L!j EJIaA ANTISEPTIC AND DISINFECTANT For personality plus . . . always rely on Camfosa Antiseptic. Its fragrant, refreshing perfume helps safeguard the body against offending. Always keep Camfosa handy as a protection against germs. Sold by all chemists and stores — 1/3. 3/-. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES Manufacturers: FRANK JACKSON LTD., 535 Parnell Rd.. Auckland, N.Z. ii '/\.m.i i I I I '•'•^'•"Tmi— £TTE 8-9 9-10 10-11 FITIiT 1-2 2-3 3-4 4-5 5-6 6-7 7-8 B'9 J1 11 I 1 I , 111 lIT A TIMELY WARNING During winter months the consumption of Electricity increases—this fact is definitely established. North Island power plants have a maximum total output. If the demand for power exceeds thir output then two things con happen—either the power plants break down or Dower is cut off at the most dangerous periods. Supplies to non-essential users will of necessity be the first to be curtailed. You con avoid the necessity for drastic action by saving Electricity, using as little power as possible and switching off all electrical appliances when not in use. and reserve the right to SWITCH ON*
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945
Page 9 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945
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