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A NEGLRt-'TEP COLD may W^^H^* , turn to Broncliitis, Inftuenza > Pneumonia or Con4flL_ sumption. More deaths Jir*" are the indirect results of colds |if thau of anything else. ffil It is at all times advisable to 41 guard against co'.ds, Irrespecil tive Of the danger thfct may Wl result from a cold, liicy are ni Ml their simple form disagreenU!/? WA and annoying, and best /.voided. FE.PS forinr; the great Pin© Air Cure into E/very Home. j ' Peps are Pine Extract Tablets, containing the rich, couccctrat'.d essences of the Pine Forests of I'uropc-tlie noted health resorts for sufferers from al. Bronchial, Pulmonary and Lung Affections. Ei.cased in the little Peps are the ,ame odours that pr.-vadc the vich nine forests which, whei: melted on the tongue, fumes of greater strength saturate the throat, chest and hu.gs, and soothe, strengthen and heal every weak part. They are n natural safeSdl<l hy all Cl.en-lslf and Stores zU 6 p«r tin, or from the Peps Pastille 00., 39P1K EL. Sydney f,r same price Send \<> 3'.anip for Irco san^.e-

ym.^.,„,,„..-mum u»»minJTi!"»™» ' m »»/nimMM YOOk Harbours Myriads of Disease Germe. "TVTO matter how sauitarily dean a x\ city may be, there are enough microbes to contaminate everybody. \Ve are surrounded by gernu'which carry, breed, nourish and support disease if we gire them a chauce, »nd this we do—as a rule—from ignorance, but quite often from negligence in keeping the skin in a sanitary condition. . . . Germ-life, the recognised basis of disease, is transmitted through the air on tt> the skin, or by contact per medium of the hands, due to handling coins or other articles swarniiug with them. In this way the germa are carried to the mouth or abraeed skin surface, the result is, if you are weak or the skin broken, serious disease follows. ■j Always use Zam-Buk Soap in \ the daily cleansing of the skin and the germs that aught on it are at once destroyed. It is a powerful germicide., and at the same time creates skin health, purity and softness. From Chenii.sts, St res, and The Zaiu-Duk ! Vifg , . Co ,39 Pitt Street, Sydney.

5 J^ VERY woman may not be '■$ j§ handsome, but eva?y wo- '{ 3a iftAn should Koop witli euro >■ S tho erood points Nature has f ] skin, dull eyes, a blotchy complexion I —these no woiuaii iiet/d have nho 1 pays proper attention to hci liciii'.ii. I Where constipation, liver dinuyc- ''* i menl, blood iuipiiiitirs and other LI regularities tx i jt , K oo<l compi xon, § bnght eyes and sprightly movement!! l 0 cannot exist. Int-.-rnal derangements ; reveal themselves sooner or laler on 1 the surfnee. Headache, dark :ir. E s J, around the eyes, sallow skin, lalxv.xd ; heavy movemeats, a constant ;sred I letliug— all these mean ilia, tin; liver ■ndiligestiveorgansare n--. help I end correction. Bilo Beans rive x this nccesSiry help. Th.'y aie p.'ircly 3 Tege.nble, and they nork'in N ilmcc's ; own .v.iy. They do not mere y {[ ah 5 {lie br.vels and clear ont theliv-ei c.-'is m They tone up the liver aiid-itntii'ch to tg /ulfi. their prop-r functions. Notonly Jμ so, tin: while more efic-iive ih m the fa jue.l.ciiies hitherto obtainable, th-y Wi lire, at the same time, move mid i:i M the ioperation, a:ul are suila'..ie (or %A the most d.elic.ile c in■-.; it:iti i:\. j Jjjj Bilo Boans Promptly Cura \ 6 Bilioii «!<:«. Inlijjciiio:., Hiicl,, o :ie i •4| Cunstijiation, A x:iiia, Dizziifi-?}* | ■ft i)ebiii y, Na :se* :i:ii ;il, |«i.- r ' [' ;SJ Ailiiu-nti. Price, l/ili ij;r bii ur '"'a i (M la 'Kβ family siz;, coiitaiiiing tli-o' ■a times tin q.mutity ol il-.e ;/j;i s j rc " fp) 1 I ■:■■

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4359, 23 December 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4359, 23 December 1913

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