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' I HE Steinway is the preferred piano^ofj 9m£mPv. X today. It is a "mechanical and an artistic. "Kj^RV^ triumph—the master work of four ij^^gff| eWY)/ tons of the world* greatest SS^ff Jlnj J The fame of thel SteinwS has been wop ji^^^ (SSiA through merit alone/ Why not. let ,w #7W| TKSftfjl well-won fame decide your *«; W[ 1 1 -Mn I 'piuchaie, of a piajOj Beyond question it ii w cOHk v TTUI7 RFQT f iJam, glfih This Beautiful Instrument can be pur- l^j-^ll WJmj? EASY TLRMS OF PAYMENT. Lfflß fej ffi The Dresden Piano Co., Ltd. y"^? DUNEDIN, CHRISTCHURCH, WELLINGTON. L^B Jiljf'f Branches and Agencies throughout N.Z. /|!t ffl Agents & CO, AKarJoa

knee. The constant "irritation was intoler j able, andasl couldn't help Eoratching until ; the blood run down my fingers and tbe skin I looked just like a pieoe of raw meat, j "All my efforts to find a care were fru't'ess [ and I had dooters' treatment in Adelaide, i Broken Hill, and Victoria. I had just about j lost al! hope of ever being free of the awful j disease when a friend gave me a pot of ZtrnBuk, ■ , i •'I really usfcd it to please him, but the | applications bought suoh relief that I soon j sent for another pot from the ohsiris'. I \ ontinued to apply Z\m Buk to tha sores j and it speedily put and end to the burning • and itch nj and cleaned away the inflam- i mition, I perserved with the balm, and the ] d'sease part became smaller and smaller vn j j til soon every trace of ecsnma was cleared j away Z*m Buk left the skin baaut'ful clear j and heahhy and oured me thoroughly, for j thore has not been the slightest sign of any j return of the d'sease " There is nothing to surpas3 Zam Buk for ulcers, eczsma, sore test, heat swellings, run ning sores, bad legs, rinsworm, scalp sores, ; praly patches, etc. Of all chemist and I stor ikeepers, 1/6 and 3/G per pot.



Akaroa Residents TAKE. ADVANTAGE OF I*riif*iifi Our Summer Sale is now in progress, and the values offered are phenomenal. You can shop satisfactorily through our representative, Mr Burgess, or direct with us by post. Letter order shoppers have the right to return goods within seven days if they are not just the kind required, when the perchase money will be refunded. STRANGE'S PAY POSTAGE BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING Splendid value in Rugby 3 garment Su'ts, with S and B Knickers, usual price 25/0, 29/6, 32/6, Sale price 12/6 Norfolk Suits in hard wearing tweeds, splendid value, usual pnee 14/G, IG/G, Sale price SO/6 Juvenile Tunic Suits—a large range of Traveller's samples. The most advanced styles procurable. Usual price 10/6, 12/6 13/0 Sale price 5/11 Boys' School Krrckers in strong tweeds. Usual price 4/6, -i/11 Sale price 3/6 Washing Tunic Suits, complete with knickers Washing Varsity Suits complete with belt, usual price 5/6, 6/0, 7/6 Hale price 2/11 Dark grey stripe Washing Norfolk Suits, sizes 0-13, usual prices 7/6 and 11/6 Sale priced 6/11 and 7/11 Sao Suits, good strong saddle tweeds, usual price 353, Sale prioe 23/G Sao Suits in good daik tweei , gjod fit and fioiah, usual p ice 32/6, 35/ . fale prico 23/0 Good Fitting Tailoreut >ac Suit?, boxed. The=e nro a fine assortment of worsteds and tweeds. Usual price 4.1/6, 55/, 03/ Sale price 35/ Flannel Lounge Suits, a largo selection to clear, Usual price:-" 29/0, 35/, 39/6. 45/, 50/. S:-tle prices 10/6, 19/6, 21/, 26/6, 32/0 Sporting Suit', latent Cotswold jtckets aH tiousers in fashionable tweeds and homespuns, usual prices 3-5/, 37/6, 4."!/, 55/ fc'ale prices 27/6 to 4-5/ SPECIAL- Men's SB, Overcoats, back snap, stylish twoeds and shapes, Usual pice 32/6 Sal pric 17/6 D B. Overcoat?, back slrap, stylish twee s and shapes, usual price 35/ Salo price 23/(3 D B. Overcoats in dark tweed?, with back strap and gauntlet cuff,', Usual price 45/, 57/0, Sale prick 37/6 W. STRANGE AND GO., LTD, H. HERBEBT SMITH, Manager. CHRISTCfiURCH.

80YEAS8OLD ECZEMA. Skin Like Eaw Meat. Splendid Cure by Zam-Buk. Telling how Zam Buk proved equal to curing Eezama that for 30 years had defied doctors and all others treatment, Mr, Dix of 44 Lower Steet, Leederville, Perth, W. A , Baya:— "For thirly years I S' ffered fearful pain end misery from an outbreak of burning, tching ecaetnn, round the joint of my right

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4372, 17 February 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4372, 17 February 1914

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