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i j THE Canterbury Seed Company WE ARE BUI'EKS OF Cocksfoot. * . Wβ fan , supply New Sacks and Twine hi Currentßates

FOR THE CANTERBURY (N.Z SEED COMPANY C H. HEWLETT Manager 1-'■ ' ' ' r . m α-t iin iMimMMi 1 ■« «■■» "I"""" j. i HarbouP3 Myriads of Disease Germs. -. «ii itter how sanitarily clean k cii v jnay be, there are enough tinowbes Lo contaminate everybody., We are surrounded by gertns*which ririy. breed, nourish and support diiekse if We give them a chance, and Lliis we do—as a rule—from ignor-!\!n-e, but quite often from negligence in lewpi Uit skin in a sanitary condivi<jii. . . . Germ life, the recnrjnwil bisis of disease,'is transmit- ' u<l tin on the iir on to the skin, or by contact per iiiedium of the hands, due to handling coins or other - ariidcs swarming with tliem. In this vm\ the germs are carried to the niouth or abrased skin surface, the result 16, if are weak or the skin broken, serious disease follows. s \ aiwavs use Zam-Euk Soap in ihe daily cleansing of the skin and ihe genus that alight..on it are at once destroyed. ; It is a powerful ger- i uncule and at the same time creates bkin health, purity and softness, from Chemists, St res.nnd Tlie Zam-Euk Mfg. Co;, 39 Pitt Sireet, Sydney.

A Ti»ue Breathing Cure. Fop tn* numerous Throat and Cheat Trouble* m> prevalent In winter Che only safe method of treatment Is to take a medicine ■tralght to th* lungs. A medicine taken Into the * •tomaeh can f« only affect the I VjN _-~ •Hehtiy.... a / y ,^3 g-lanc* at If .-- v .^pß thl* • dimg- // mm will // * I \ ) ■how that JLcg-----«s**<.; th* throat |TV divide* in- , SnT Trrr T l ■ to two dletlnot -}""iMiijj~~•>H«l food & drink. ij&TsTmMffl'' I Th* only way f eln* Into th* f. IVf lunf* 1* to UAM Iffiii li 111 bp*ath* It In. Hi , H II This t* th* rSi • "■' *' PBPB fop Peps convey a breatblnar medicine which will' •tr*n*then the tissues, destroy i noxious cerms, restore healthy c ■eer*tlons & cure Coughs, Colde, I ■ronehlal and Asthmatlo Affec- 5 tlens. • • • The Immediate and f eontlnuous suoOess or Peps for r aU troubles of th«Tbroat Chest aad liunea I* clear proof of the esßUln* eharaeter of thla wonderful medlolne. told In metal boxe* at 1/6 and j/- by all Ch«»UUa»d Btorei, or Tbe Pep« raitille Ce., M Wtt atreet, Sydney, W.3.V. SM : SlilliiilS, - : :

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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