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PBICHARD, JONES AND MAITLAND Dental tStirgeons. BARLOW'S BUI) DINGS. CORNER riEREFOI.D ANJ» CuLOMIiO SHEETS, cuiisrosuncn Telm'u kk mil. XxXv A NEW FRCP WITH THE OLL NAME ©EO. V.6RAHAM TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, TOBACCONIST, CONFECTIONER AND FRUITERER, MAIN ROAD I ITTLE RIVER. HAVING had considerable alterations to roy premise?, I am now in a position to cater" better for the public I intend to keep Ihe best c'ass of goods obtainable, aud at all times to be attentive to business, etc j In the Tailoring Department I hope to j m rit a share of y> ur patronage. I will | enieavour to Rive you value for your monty, IMy iii-ts bave been revised so as to nieel I VO!i r rd T will pi all tints bt pleated t, (.LiiAN, I'KESS and REPAIR your Clothes U.ui't F.rget tha Change of Address London Biit©h@ps LAVAUD STREET, AX-BOA. NEW PROPRIETOR, B. G. MORA, THE UPTO DATE BUTCHER. FINE REFRIGERATINJ PLANT T( KEEP TBE MEAT COOL. 80. MORA, who has bought M , Cbas. C. Narbey's London Butcberj hopes that he will receive his fair share c Mr 0. 0. Narbey's past business, and in dc ing so wishes Mr Narbey and family goo luck in their new undertaking. ICE on salo at all times in any quantity. SMALL GOODS ALWAYS ON H_ND. Terms Cash Monthly. Ring up No. 21 Telephone, Akaroa. Nothing but the Choicest Meat obtainab from the LONDON- BUTCHERY, AKAROA B. G, MORA. Proprietor.

It Suffered Intense Agony. 1 W Qperatiorv Averted. I jl Piles are due to congestion of the I H hemorrhoid veins, the circulation Jr l| of blood being obstructed and the ll M Piles are of two kinds—"Wind" W In and "bleeding." The pain is often ll ft so intense that the patient is unable m If to walk. Pull particulars as to how M H to apply Zam-Buk Balm with the J§ B best results are contained in the 1| m direction • sheet round each pot. » Jf Zam-Buk subdues the pabi, allays 11 m the inflammation, and enables rest fl m and comfort to come to the sufferer. 1 _ " For five years I was troubled with I M bleeding Piles,' says Mr. J. O'Hanlon, _ flf of Tucker St., Horseshoe Bend, Gynipie, m IJp- Q., "during which time 1 tried many H tjjjj remedies and consulted a doctor. All the _t Hi so-called remedies, however, failed to cure §!_ SS _ie, and the doctor advised me to undergo S Tg an operation. I chanced to come across a JB ffi sample pot of Zam-Buk and determined to SB m try it The first application of (he Balm n m brought immediate relief, and continuing fK 11 with the treatment the Piles went com- H H Of all Oh .mists and Stores at f/3, or 3/6 S _ larg. pot, containing n«arly 4 tlmee 1/0 fflj fi EX. ER y woma n may not, ba fit W J2* n , sh oul<:l keep with cai-o 1 ■A *n«g:ood points Niituro has f? m endowed hep with. . . sallow §. H E?_* Proper attention to her'.Valth! £ m Where constipation, liver d-rance- I IH ment, blood impurities ami y'herirm regularities exist, {rood compl xion, ■■■ H bright eye* and sprightly movement. £ m C»unot exist. Internal derangements m reveal themselves sooner or later on f m the surface. Headache, dark riii™ ?, Ml around the eyes, sallow skin, labored i v |S heavy movements, a constant tired t. II »"«l cotTe.tioii. "Bil'o e _srnn's rJi? [■ fl this iiecess.ry help. They Mc purely < { m TegetaMe, and they work'in Niiiirc's * jS own way. They do not mere vfl ish f 1 m the bowels iiulclearoutthelive'i -cells M They tone up the liver and stomnch to $ ffl fulfil Ihcif proper function';. Not only ■ |j the most delicate* oiistii'itijii'. I Bile Bea.is Promptly Cure f M time, the qi.mtit. £ <

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 25 November 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 25 November 1913

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