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**^_n^_9 *w -ssrv SiatCOLD A NEGLECTED COLD may turn to Bronchitis, Influ- j /[|jUv enza, Pneumonia or Con"fflL sumption, More deaths Jr* are the indirect results of colda llf* than of anything else. m It is at all times advisable to 4m guard against colds. Irrespec||l tive 01 the danger that may Ijjj result from a cold, tUcy are in pi their simple form' disagreeable|iii| and annoying, and best Avoided. PEP.S bring the great Pin© Air Cure into Every Home. I i_ — Peps are Pine Extract Tablets, containing the rich, concentrated essences of the Pine Forests of Europe—the noted health resorts for sufferers from al. Bronchial, Pulmonary and Lung Affections. Encased in 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 lui.gs, «nd soothe, strengthen and heal .every weak part. They are a natural safe- ■ guard. I Sold by all Chemist* and Stores at ! 8 psr Un. or Irom Tho Peps Pastille Co., 39 Pitt St., Sydney for same price Send Id stamp for tree sarr.DisI | f | 1 1 X %i. « f' " } . :;yy' ■• '^~<-%f"' I Harbours Myriads of 1 j Disease Gepms. f - p ~N*kJ"O matter how sanitarily clean a •j JIH city may be, there are enough a microbes to contaminate everybody. I We are surrounded by germs*wkic'li | carry, breed, nourish and support i disease if we give'them a chance, and I this we do—as a rule—from ignor- | ance, butquite often from negligence | in keeping the skin in a sanitary I condition. . . . Germ-life, the recI ognised basis of disease, is transmit--8 ted through the air on to the skin, | or by contact per medium of the I hands, due to handling coins or other 1 articles swarming with them. In this I way the germs are carried to the 1 mouth or abra6ed skin surface, the re- | suit is, if you are weak or the skin I broken, serious disease follows. ! Always use Zam-Buk Soap in a ihe daily cleansingj of the skin and I the germs that alight on it are at I once destroyed. It is a powerful ger- i 5 micide, and at the same time creates I skin health, purity and softness. 1 From Chemists, St- res, nnd The Zam-Buk fl Mffr. Co., 39 Pitt Street, Syduey. _\ E,X^ BRY woman may not be fii m handsome, but every wo- l£ ffl man should koop with care k M the grobel points Nature has tg| endowed her with. . . s.-uiu-v P §X skin, dull eyes, n blotchy complexion £>' m —these no woman need have who V. _ pays proper attention fo her Jiealth. S E Where constipation, liver ik-range- $ ft nient, blood impurities and other ir- ¥ 55 regularities <xist, pood coi!:pi xio:i, f ffi bright eyes and sprightly movements $ m cannot exist. Internal derangements j Eg reveal themselves sootier or later-on f Ja the surlnce. Headache, dark :ii:g; \ | arouuet the eyes, sal'.ow skin, Inbi>ie<l i | heavy movements, a const-.inl tired | feeling—all these mean tha. tlt<-.- live* \ | anddigestivcorgansme v.-v.ii);; help t H and correction. B-le Brans ! 3 this necessary help. Th-v ,v c p:irely ' | vegetable, and they working hk-.-'s i H own way. They do not mere v!l ,sli ' jgj tlitfbowelsandclcMr out the ,ivY. c.-:i.s. jftl They tone up the liver ami t.<:n c:li !■■ W fulfil their proper [unction.. N'.n -niv i|§ so, but while more effe.:,ive nn- >.- M medicines hitherto itbiainabi!- n;.-v |gi are, at the same time/nio-e .i ,i i': M the.r operation, and are sniia'.,," n.n M the most delicate c *;i ~it i:i.*n 0 X BUe Beans Promptly Cut*E % liiliousne.s. In li a e,uo:i, H-,,..,,-i„ fa Constipation, A .;einia, )j /.,..,, ■■■', 'M Debility, Na isea it'll a. I <■■ $J Ailments. Price, i/t'.j ;ier h ■■-. «. >~ CT lar>;e family size, [i ivc '- ; M time* the quantity ot the i/iji . ; z< ' j' 0 M 4 W.<f k y W J& "*0 TO **>> *■■■ i

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4370, 10 February 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4370, 10 February 1914

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