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A NEGtECTED COLD may turn to Bronchitis, Influenza, Pneumonia or Cou"jS. eumption. More deaths '-Jpij| c are c indirect resultsof colds jKj * than of anything else. i II It is at all tiuies advisable to 4| guard against colds. Irrespccn tive of the'dsnjier that nidy ci result from a coltl, tucy are in X their simple form disagree^';!? H end annoying, and best /.voitled. PE.PS brins tJic great Pine* Air Care into ( livery Horns. J Peps are Pine Extract Tablets, containing the rich, concentrated essences of the Pine Forests of Europe—the noted health resorts for sufferers from iL Bronchial, Pulmonary and Lung Affections. Xt-cased in the little Peps are the fame odours that pervatle the rich pjne forests which, whec melted on tnc.tongue, fumes of greater strength, saturate the th'rost, chest and liu.gs, And soothe, strengthen ami heal every weak part. They are a natural safeguard. Sold by all Chemist? and Stores et vS per tin, or from The Pb)s t'astiileOo.. 01 ; J itjt£t., Sydney tor same yri;e Send iii i.an.? Hit free sample. *-■ -■■■■] y] -3 \ :

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4390, 24 April 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4390, 24 April 1914

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