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DRS PRICHARD, JONES AND MAITLA.ND ifurg'eons. BARLOW'S BUIfDING3, CORNE AND COLOvIBO STI.EETS, CHRISTCHURCe. TaLiiPHONE 1161. Box 23(> MEW PLYMOUTH. AND TJ'OCKLE \j JD TTAVB taken our Letters tc. Cure of Contagious Mammitia in Cows' Uddera. Farmers having this aoourge in their herds "-an be supplied with the specific at 4/6 pci packet, or with Enema and Tube a 9/3 the outfit. Offices ofjjtha Con pany - 'JUIPFiTHS BUtLDIXtJ, Or P.O. JBox;>36, W'KW LYMOUTH. Daily dressings with Zam-Buk quickly end all'eruptions p I and sores and mate the entire scalp m. clean and sweet. Zani'Buk is so E pure and refined itself, and so sooth- p ing, healing and antiseptic, and is »|)' superior to all ordinary ointments #$ and salves. No form of skin dis- & case can long resist the potent her* &•; if bal juices of which Zam-Buk is %& W& composed. Zaai-Buk heals op cuts.. % ra burns and scalds quicltly and ;*£ cleanly. ¥$. b«S Many arc the homes made happy |ji?, by Zam-Buk. . ■' 0, 1% /? 6xl and 3s 6d per pot. Ml

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4379, 17 March 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4379, 17 March 1914

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