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I CURE THAT GOLD! I I f Dissolving. Peps on »»• Tongue will care tfc« j worst Cot-gK off Cold. j :\ITTATCH for t_« first sign of a < •T ¥ cold—heaviness, running at '» the nose sneez-" j _-_g____. ing, pains acros. the temple, sore- /£-C- IfpSk ' ness of the ' <6 throat an 4 hoarseness. /7 I ■ Any of thwe ((& UPIfW [ symptomsshou- u~V\ Hsi&Eytir Id, be the signal X%w ' &f%M J for a dose of y JM T Peps, which /lw by reason /Mlisfa' ' unique j\ ."^^"^^C^f hour, in any \ \\. yv* 't . quantity, at R Vs. I 18 any age. ™ V • . They dare a , v J 3r cold" oy destroying the germs that give rise to it. , 16 Simply place one or two Peps on I the tongue. The healing and anti- j sceptic fumes of the Pine at once*] bathe the linings of the throat and mouth and are forced into the Bronchial tubes, chest aud lungs. The healthful pine essences are carried over the affected parts with every breath, the germs are destroyed and the tissues healed and strengthened. I PEPS w * u combat t_.e very worst I _k. cold lli y° un ß or olc * and ftvert all ■ >f\ the serious complications that usually /|a\ follow. Sold at i/6'.per tin ,Hi_lfcf_\ by Chemists and Stores ot gffiffWaS. post free from Peps Pnotille t -Co., 39 Pitt Street, Sydney for M same price. Send-id stamp /llfv_ f° r F'* e Trial Sample to Peps /Jff&t*""V - Pastille Co., 39 ./'. fri__iailAl cf|p] A-'/'' 'f: I if ffi THE rfe] & SOAP' M Wff Mummy always uses, I\l fgj and winch makes our feg skins lovely and soft, ££%■ and kaaps away ,-. __S»____; those nasty pimplea a,nd sores." Ever j" thoughtful woman who has regard io. the health, purity and softness of her skin complexion, * and that of her children, .uses ZamBuk Medicinal Toilet SoapAvoid the possibilities vi skin affections or .the attack of disease ' germs, which are liable to set up j lnaligjiant skin disease at any time if [ the- skin is unhealthy, by, having j Zam-Buk Soap in daily use. No other soap has the unique virtues'of Zam-Buk Soap-as a skin protector, purifier aud preserver. Zam-Buk Soap is obtainable from all Chemists and Stores throughout Australm asia, or direct from the Zamrßuk ' Mtg. "■ ■ Co., 39 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. ' I ' THERE.IS SKIM-HEALTH IN EVERY TABLE./, '__f«.*%r^^^ •_Kt ?T* ._<__" - _______■ Y^^W'WmmM ____________________■ I HBHH_fi _f________k __________■ <__^___2_* s -l __■______■__ _____________/. I * ____________■. ' _________■ Illnfti -_________i _______ _^^^^v ! Good tbfDQ, m D.C.L.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4377, 10 March 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4377, 10 March 1914

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