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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ALL alterations to standing advertisements for insertion in first following issue (blocks excluded) must reach the office of thi3 paper by 10 a.m. on batuiday for insertion on Tueed.iy, and by 10 a.m. on Wednesday for insertion in Friday's issues E. M. JACOBSON, Manager.

j V 0 v R <%&% U-A134 11/ tAvN&A • Harbours Myriads of Disease Germs. * ("jfkTO tn.rlter how sanitarily clean a X% city may be, there are enough B microbes to contaminate everybody. j We are surrounded by germs»which curry, breed, nourish and support disease if we give them a chance, and this we do—as a rule—from iguorI' ance, but quite often from negligence in keeping the skin in a sanitary condition. . . . Germ-life, the recognised btsis of disease, is transmitted through the air on to the skin, or by contact per medium of the hands, d ue to handling coins or other articles swarming with them. In this way the germs are carried to the mouth orabrased skin surface, the result is, if you are weak or the skin broken, serious disease follows. c Always use Zam-Buk Soap in the daily cleansing of the skin and the germs that alight on it are at once destroyed. It is a powerful get- i micide : and at the same time creates skm health, purity and softness. From Chrmisls, Steres, and The Zam-Buk I M fg. Co ,39 Pitt Street, Syduey.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4371, 13 February 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4371, 13 February 1914

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