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A NBGUSCTEE' COLD may turn to Bronchitis, Influenza, Pneumonia or Con~iflL sumption. More deaths Jjp c are the indirect results of colds ||j» than of anything else. II It is at all times advisable to M guard against colds. IrrespecBjl tive of the danger that may lyl result from a cold, t'ucy are in Wl their simple form disagreeable 111 and annoying, and best Avoided. PEPS bring the great iPine Air Ctire into Every Home. I — — — '■ Peps are Pine Extract Tablets, containing the rich, concentrated essences of the Piue Forests of Europe—the noted health resorts for sufferers from aK* Bronchial, Pulmonary aud Lung Affections, Ericased iv the little Peps are the same odours that pervade the rich pine forests which, when melted on the tongue, fumes of greater strength saturate the throat, chest and lus.gs, and soothe, strengthen snd heal every' weak part. They are a natural safeSold by all Chemists and Stores at 1/6 per fin, or from The Peps Pastille Co., 39 Pitt St., Sydney for same price- Send id stamp for free s-impla. ■ (fV . n <<Va I \ Mill |n/\v||\' \ Harbours Myriads of I Disease Germs. % mat -ter how sanitarily clean a a \% city may be, there are enough 9 microbes to contaminate everybody. a We are surrounded by gerrris°which 3 carry, breed, nourish and support I ducasc if we give them a chance, and I this we do—as a rule—from isjnor--1 auce, but quite often from negligence I in keeping the skin in a sanitary a condition. . . . Germ-life, the reclogtiised basis of disease, is transmitted through the air ou to the skin, or by contact per medium of the hands, due to handling coins or other articles swarming with them. In this way the germs are carried to the mouth or abrased skin surface, the re- ■ suit is, if you are weak or the skin h broken, serious disease follows. , i Always use Zam-Buk Soap in \ B the daily cleansing of the skin and a the germs that alight on it are at a once destroyed. It is a powerful ger- ( 9 micide ; and at the same time creates a skin health, purity and softness. if From Chemists, St res, and The Zam-Buk a M fg. Co , 39 Pitt Street, Sj duey. iman may not bo W is, but every wo- X keep with care $5 Ints Nature has H P with. . . Sallow W a blotchy complexion fc man net-d have who ' i.'tntion to her health. h. ation, liver derange- \ purities and oth.-r ir- t> ist, good coinp! xloii, f, sprighth-movements tntarnal deraiißeineiits $?■ es sooner or later 0:1 If leadache, dark rir.-'s V ! , sallow skin, lal):-,rcd h uts, a constant tired [•' ie tnean thai th.- liver i gans are needing help f Bilo Brans" i;ive !• ielp. They „ir<; p.ircly 1, hey work'in is' .pnx-'s (', ydo not mere yfl ish § ' liearoutthe live; cells. V le liver and stomach to I :r functions. Not only J ire effective than the f ?rto obtainable, th.-y j:' «j. 1, ..1 »mii time, more mid in i 11 their operation, and arc snita'..ie lor i jjgj th»' most delicate constitution. J sH B.\e Beans Promptly Curo \ % M liilionsness, ludijjestion, Headache \ m Constipation, A-.iccmia, Dizznu-js r l£ Debility, Nausea anl all r.iv.-r I ,0 Ailments. Price, i/ij£ per b>x or ?"'n V g| la-ite family size, comainiiifj th!■»•<• ? *i times the qnautity oi the i/ij< ~y^e ' k

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4367, 27 January 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4367, 27 January 1914

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