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CURE THAT GOLD! Fops on. the Tongue will euro tl*a ' worst CottgS» off Cold. WATCH for fist* first siga of a : cold—heaviness, running at the nose sneez- _ds!S9§kr ing, pains across the temple, sore- Iflpk ness of the £|As^^ Any of these /{W ]$!ss&!s§ ] symptoms shou- lcl\ Id be the signal M] f#W \ for a dose of \f • ■ JIT Peps, which. J|l by reason vM Bfrra hour, in any \ i\v XJa/*" • ■ V They cite a / cold by destroying the genas tliat give rise to it. Simply place one or two Peps on the tongue. The healing and anti-, 1 sceptic fumes of the Pine at once' bathe the linings of the throat and mouth and are forced into the Bronchial tubes, chest and lungs. The healthful pine essences are carried over the affected parts with every breath, the germs are destroyed and the tissues herded and strengthened. .;' 1 PEPS will combat tke very worst jft. cold Ii« young or old and avert all ■/ 4j\ the serious complications that usually 'I*Y follow. Sold at i/6 per tin i fjjffllffijibS by Chemists aud Stored or } ■|jpS&? post free from Peps Pastille V<|J Co., 39 Pitt Street, Sydney for : iic| "W* same price. Send id stamp , /*'Jf\_ {or Fi'te Trial Sam pie to Peps : -™— Pastille Co., 39 • «l£\ W\ WtSl.Sydnry jwWJ A I IV/y ' BATH vK\ \L, : 1 NURSERY J ! 3 \•*"S"TT W■ _, 9 IrMk? THJB T^j I |§ : .f Mummy lilwsys uses, ,r\ \ J VhJ and ivuicn makes oui» J Hh-SuiS' sSvins lovely and soft, ( , &£&* and kseps away / those nasty pimples <md sppes." " Hver> '.houghtful woman who has regard 10. the health, purity and j softness of her skin and complexion, v and tb:it of her children, uses ZamBuk Medicinal Toilet Soap Avoid the possibilities af skin affections or the attack of disease" germs, which are liable to set up malignant, skin disease at any time if ! the skin is unhealthy, by having Zam-Biik Sopp in daily £ise,'\No \ ftlher soar': has the unique virtues of ') .- Zam-Ruk Suap as a. skin protector, \ purifier.and preserver,. ■ - .. ./•■." ' '.'f ■ Zam-Huk Reap is obtainable! from "all- f" Cli»jn:sls:i!Ki Stores llirougliouf Austral- \ asm.or direct fr.-m the Zanv->Buk Mfg. 1 j CJ.,39 Titt Streol, ->>-dncy, iST.Sj'W. "' ' ■' TMSHE IS SICiW HEALTH IN pVERY TABLET. \ ; MAIL NOTICES . • LETTER-BOX Day. Hou! Chriptohurch, Korihern and Southern Offices, United Mo! or Kingdom, Eu>ope, U..S of. Car, 8.30 a.m Amfrian, Commonwealth daily. of Australia., To German Bay, Eobin^ Eon's Bay, Duvaiicheile, Barry's Bay, French Daily. 830 a.r Farm, Wainui, Pigeon Bay, Little liivor. Little Ahaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wed, .. Bnd Okain's Bay . Friday 8.30 a.! Long Ray Koad, Lβ Bon's Gist Mon, Wed, Thurs. Fri. 12 30 p.r N.B. —Parcels mails eiose daily 5 p.m. • LETTEK CAREIEE DELIVERIES. South End—lst and 2nd delivery—ftlondnj r Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.rn avid 1 p. v North End—lst and 2nd delivery^—Tuesda. , . Thursday. Saturday, 9 a.maud 1 p.rr Commences 9,30 a.m and 1.30 p.m MAILS INWARDS Christohurch and Northern and Southern ofiices Daily 1 p.sii Little fiiver, Barry's Bay, — Wainui, French Favm, Duvaucheile, Eobinr:on's Daily 1 p.;u I Bay, German Bay, and_. Pigeon Bay Littla Akaloa, Ghorlton, Mon, Wecl, . and Oksiin'a "Bay , Fii. Ij> -n Long Bay road, Lβ Bon's B.iy # Mnn, Wed, si 0 Thui'3, Fri, pin c Good tkwgjn I B «i - - • • Fi

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4379, 17 March 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4379, 17 March 1914

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