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'ij in the home, workshop or factory a ¥| Jj pot of Zam-Buk. the idcttl first-aid p J! dressing lor cuts, bruises, sprains, \'f. burin;, scalds, and skin injuries. LS His v perfect healing Ikdui for every 11 raj day household use. Zam-Uuk || M soothes pain, prevents festering and 9 m blood-poison, and heals perfectly 1 mby growing new skin. Zum-Huk, 9 El therefore, should be kept handy m DBS PRIOHARD, JONES AND MAITLAND Dental Surgeons. BARLOW'S BUII DINGS, CORNER HEREFORD AND COLOMBO STREETS, CHRISTCfIURCH. Telephone 1101. Box 236 Bating richer food and eating more 8S freely than usual ia the cause of many |Jj |g people bting out of sorts today. Head- JSij ache, cnated tongue, "wind," badhreath, gjj vomiti.i(f, diziinees, jaundice, and pains j sSj near tha left shoulder blade and across tha Btomaoh, always yield to a few doses j|§ H of Rile Beam after the midday meal end g^ upon retiring. Uile Beans dispel these ||j wretched symptoms; they reslure tin. || I& vivacity and brightness of renewed healt'i. §| gsj They differ from all ordinary pills and &| medicinal in that they are cornpooed ut j§j valuable MtracU from roots and herbs, §§ j|| and can alwayi.b* relied upon to cure. 1|

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 26 December 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 26 December 1913

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