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DRS. PBICHARD, JONES AND ; MAITL4.KD | J Dental Surgeons. | BARLOW'S BUI! DINGS. (.ORNFR HEREFORD AND COU'MiJO .- J 1 EETS, cniisicduncii. TELEru ne IJ-OJ-j r,rx ' j:i6 A. NEW FIKP WITH THE OLL NAME HE©* V, ©RAH AM TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, TOBACCONIhT, CONFECTIONER AND FRUITERER, MMN ROAD lITTLE RIVER. HAVING had corsiJerr.Mi! alterations lo my premiseF, I am nr.w in r position to ealer better f u r the pub ie I intend to keep (he best c'ass of goo s obtainable, and at all li nts to bo attentive to businesf, In the Tailoring Department I hope to m rit a siinre of y ur piirorage. I will endeavour to give you value (or your money. My prices have been revised so as to meet you and I will at all fmes be pleased tv CLEAN, PRESS and REPAIR your Clothes Don't Forget tha Change of Address London Butohery LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA. NEW PBOPRTETOB, B G MORA, THE UP-TO-DATE BUTCHER. FINE REFRIG ERATIN J PLANT TC KEEP TBE MEAT COOL. 80. MORA, who has bought M: , Chas. C. Narbey's London Butohery hopes that he will recoive his fair share o Mr 0. C. Narbey's past business, and in do ing bo wishes Mr Narbey and family gooi luck in their new undertaking, ICE on sale at all times in any quantity. SMALL GOOD 3 ALWAYS ON H£ND. Terniß Cash Monthly. Ring up No. 21 Telephone, Akaroa. Nothing but the Choicest Meat obtaiuab) From the LONDON BUTCHERY, AEAROA B. G, MORA. Proprietor.

H Suffered intense Agony, ft II Operation Averted. II ffi Piles are due to congestion of the II ij hemorrhoid veins, the circulation if ft of blood being obstructed aod the IE H veins made varicose, if fi Piles are of two kinds— {c brinti" m if and "bleeding." The pain is often H H so intense that the patient is unable ej H to walk. Full particulars as to how If jS to apply Zam-Buk Balm with the II w best results are contained in the jig H direction • sheet round each pot. IB || Zam-Buk subdues the pai'j, allays j» fj, the inflammation, and enables rest |SL fi and comlort to come to the sufferer. Iff 9 jie, and the doctor advised me to undergo jgr Jβ an operation. 1 chanced to come across a Us H sample pot of Zam-Buk and determined 'o H ■v| brought immediate lelief, and continuing l£ H with ilie treatment the Files went com- H It Of all Chemlvteand Stores at 1/6, or3,C & ffl large pet, containing nearly 4 times 1/8 ffl

if 1 Fsjj handsome, but every wo- ? Kg J"an should keep with care J IS tn« good points Nature has I m endowed her with, , . Sallow j Kjf — theie no woman need have who f H. payfi proper attention to iier health, I Hi Where constipation, liver d»raiige- i SB went, blood impurities and other ir- I W& ejflst, good completion, I is bright eyes and sprightly movement! § B cannot exist. Internal derangements I ■ reveal themselves eooner or later on § H the sm/nce. Headache, dark rir.gs M Ed around the eyes, sallow skin, labored E IB heavy movements, a constant tired if Wt lcaliiin—all these mean that the liver if m and digestiveorgans arc needing help B II »ud correction. BUe Beans give 1 11 this necessary help. They are purely jj fi vegetable, aiid they work'iu Nature's X H own way. They do not merely (lush ffil HI theb n-els ami clear out the liver cells, fjj H They lone up the Uver and stomach to || IB fulfil llieir proper (unctions. Notouly jS m so, tin wljile more effective than the m i| medicines hitherto obtainable, they if Iμ are, a! the same time, more mild tv |« H their operation, and are suitable (or B H the most delicate constitution, ffi in Bile Beans Promptly Cupe || S Biliousness, Indigestion, Headache M B§) Ailments. Price, i/i per box, or jft) Wt IKj large laiuily size, containing three HI gH tiwef the quantity o( the i/i}f size. Sβ

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 21 November 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 21 November 1913

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