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CURE THAT GOLD! Di«*ol-rintf Peps on tK» <* will cur* th« worst off Cold. WATCH for tfa* first sign of & cold— heavinwt, running at the nose sueezing, paina serosa the temple, soreneis of the jTyk JB throat tgj"W Jr^B9R Any of tiaae Id be the ugnal for a dose of T Peps, which. J^L^ tion can v o- /^*Mm^ cold fay destroying the germs that give rise to it. .Simply place one or two Pepe on the tongue. The healing and antisceptic fume& of the Pine at once bathe the linings of the throat arid 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, j PEPS -will combat Aβ very worst C cold la young: or old and avert all , / \ the serious complications that usually ', %\. follow. Sold at 1/6 per tin i (feN by Chemists and Stores or i 'H**" P ost {ree from Peps Paßtille V \ Imm&s Co., 39 Pitt Street, Sydney for I i Tfsr* , ' «ame price. Send id stamp / I "V lor Free Trial Sample to reps • -~-,_. Pastille Co., 39

t : ■'/')','■■'■■■■ &■''? i\r<S* 'fP\ ~ 'Hit—^l^il f;l : 7' Mummy always uses, £\ n ! '?';■ ' K.ntl which muikcss our , £JM skjtis' lovely avid siSJ't, tv'.-li. Itaops away <ZJ»%£s ihoGO nasty , piirsploa a,nd soi'Oii." Kver; •hou'.-'.liiru! woman who has regard to. the health, pnrft_v and' >r suUnc.-:-. of h(-r skin ti:id complexion, I ami iii:il of liet. cliiUlrcn, uses Zain--16 liiiii Mciiiciaal Toilet Soup Avoid llie possibilities iif slicin affo-.tions or the attack of disease gcniis, nV.ich are liable' to set tip inaliysiaiii. skiu disease at any time if the skin is unhealthy, by having Zi'.rurliuk Soap in daily use. No st.'; , .', , has the unique virtues of Zaru-ii'iik iioap as a skin protector, • uirifiJ.-r <u;d preserver. i '7,aTn-".uk Sonn i* obtains lVe from all Cli«inisU;iin! Stores )tit Austrnlaviri, or ;:;-frt lrur:i the Zam-nuk Mig. n C.)., 39 t'itt Street, Sydney. N.H.V/. TUE.'iE IS SKIM HEALTH IN EVERY TABLET. MAIL NOTICES ' LETTER-BOX OLEnBED* Dny. Cbriftfhuifh, Northern and SoHiJvi-n •''ill '-esr, United Motor Kingdom, Europe, TLS of Car, 8.30 a.m America, Commonwealth daily, of Australia. To German Bay, Bobin- : son's Bay. Duvanchelle, J Barry's Bay, French. Daily. 830 a.m ■ Farm, Wainui, Pigeon • Bay, Little River. Little Akaloa, Chorlton, Mod, Wed, : and Okain's Eay Friday 8.80 a.m Long Bay Road, Le Bon's Gi» 1 Mon, Wed, Thurs. Fri. 12.80 p.m N.B.—Parcels mails eiose daily 5 p.m. LETTEE CAKEIEK DELIVEEIES. South End—lst and 2nd delivery—Mondays Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.m and 1 p.m North End—lst and 2nd delivery—Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday, 9 a.maud lpm J Commences 9,30 a.m and 1.30 p.m I MAILS INWAEDS Cbristchurch and Northern and Southern offices Daily 1 p.m Little Iliver, Barry's Bay, Wainui, French Farm, Duvaucheile, Robinson's Daily 1 p.m Bay, German Bay, and Pigeon Bay ' Litfcla Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wea, and Okain's Bay Frl. l p.m Long Bay road, Le Bon's Bay Mon, Wed, 5.30 Thura.Fri, p.m pgn.The Hlrink , CADDURY'S 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 Cadb.ury's model factory at the beautiful Garden Village, Bournville. ,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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