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-' _,aai \\jV y\\\\X^.-V : I-lapfooups Mypiads oi Diseass Gepms. ■ ■ 7"-JO matter how sanitarily clean a J, A city may be, there are enough ; iliiOiobes to contaminate everybody. V' c ure .surrounded by germs^which , cair-,;, breed, nourish and support J disease if we give Uieui a chalice, and i this we do—as a rule—from ignor- | auce, but quite often from negligence' I in keeping the skin in a sanitary condition. . . . Genu -life, the rec.l ognised bisis of disease, is transmit; • ted through the air on to the skin, or by contact per medium of the '■■ ::ids, disc- to handling coins or other i.:; icies s a aiming with them. Iv this ■•• : • the germs are carried to the , i:.--::;Lh or abrased skin surface, the re-r-.,'t ::-, if you are weak or the skin ■ ■--.i, serious disease follows. :iys use Zam-Bulc Soap in r.c- -i.iily cleansing of JLhe ' skin and '..:, ;,erms that alight on it are at <■ destroyed. It is a powerful. ger- , , !.::cide ; and at the same time creates , skm health, purity and softness. . From Chemists, St. res, and The Zaiu-Buk 1 M fj;-. Co , 39 pitt Street, Sydney. ing,''' says Miss Messen- | ' Wgff ger, c/o Miss Stephens, Burnett Street, Ipswich, " R yueenslaud. '' I lost all appetite 1 suffered from Indigestion and if Headaches, became languid a weary, depressed, and jaded and i quite unfitted for work. On the I recommendation of a friend I un- X derwent a course of Bile Bpims m The first fewmoses gave me great s relief, and I was soon rid of all I my troubles, for which lam very | thankful. Bile Beans are easy to Eg take, and I shall always keep a R box- handy for use whenever oc- 8 casion may arise, and recommend v them to my friends." 1 Of all Chemists and Stores, at f//J i

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date

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