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CURE THAT GOLD! . Dissolving Paps on *»»• 1 Tongue -will cure tfa« v worst Cougn or Cold. | WATCH for «m irst sign ol * | cold—heavinwi, running at | the nose sneer* H ing, painsacrosa ■ the temple, sore- h nets of the )&i_d_K. B throat *B<£ B symptoms thou- , 1 Id be the signal V_»y' |f Peps, which i hour, in «tny\ \V -\ \ V 1 They cure a v * ' cold by destroying the germ* til" give rise to it. Simply place one or two Peps on the tongue. The healing and antisceptic 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 healed and strengthened. I ' PEP<S will combat the very worst JL cold iil young- or old and avert all /i\ the serious complications that usually /|*\ follow. Sold at i/6 per tin fUm\ by Chemists and Stores or fUSaS post-free from Peps Paetille I ffirSBRiSW-l C°-. 39 pitt street ' s y dne y for @ J!_ <!/P* «amc price. Send id stamp B fl|>i. lor Free Trial Sample to Peps I A- 1 \ A :: ?J ano I Nm ! I *w NUffiERY r i. Mt Here's M •'.'.'•\S\> THE : %fe' MfJ Mummy always uses, ,£\ I|| and which makes our j|p Jp&s» skins lovely and' soft, Jig i SSs_*_, and keeps away C_#!___j those nasty pimples «tnd sores." Every thoughtful woman who has regard io. the health,- purity and softness of her skin and complexion, * and that* of her children, uses ZainBuk'Medicinal Toilet Soap Avoid the possibilities af skin affections or the attack of disease germs, which are liable to s set up malignant skin disease at any time if ,the skin is unhealthy, by having • 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. Austral- ' asia, or direct from the Zam-Buk Mfg. Co., 39 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. THERE IS SKIN HEALTH IN EVERY TABLET. y^^**%j^^Mjii__fl_j* | A^B MAIL NOTICES LETTER-BOX '-, CLEARED• Day. Hour, Christchurch, Northern and Southern Offices, United Motor Kingdom, Europe, U.S of Car. 8.30 a.m , America, Commonwealth daily. 7 of Australia. . . ■ To German Bay, Robin* son's Bay, Duvaucbelle, Barrj's Bay, French Daily. 830 a.m { Farm, Wainui, Pigeon ; Bay, Little Biver. ' Little Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wed, i and Okain's Bay Friday 830 a.rr< ' Long Bay Road, Le Bon's Gif» Mon, Wed, Thurs. Fri. 12 30 p.ir N B.—Parcels mails oiose daily 5 pm. 1 LETTER CARRIER DELIVERIES. - ' South End—lst and 2nd delivery—Mondavi- ■ Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.m and I p.n North End—lst and 2nd Thursday. Saturday, 9 a.maud .1 p r> Commences 9.30 a.m and 1.30 p m MAILS INWARDS Christchurch and Northern and Southern offices Daily IVW Little River, Barry's Bay, Wainui, Frenoh Farm, - Duvauoheile, Robinson's Daily 1 £>•'' Bay, German Bay, and Pigeon Bay ,Littla Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, We 3, $ and Okain's Bay Fri. ! P" Long Bay road, Lo Bon's Bay Mon, Wed, 5.30 Thurs, Fri, p.tv liiiii lllc litoAMm SflPfll iirinK l/iiui* CADDURrS Bournville Cocoa is a delicious, digestible, refreshing drink, and a sustaining food. Prepared. •. from the finest Cocoa Beans by clean-handed, healthy British workers in Cadbury's model factory at the beautiful Garden Village, Bournville^

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914

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