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i Wot days bring 1 a big 1 ef-op of j| Colds, Influensaand Bronchial fc| Troubles. Peps are the surest |j safeguard against wet and ■ changeable weather- perils. || Keep Pops always handy, ffl and defy all the throat and ffl chest troubles of this fickle B and uncertain weather. jjj Peps are a true breath- ' Ing cure. The powerful j j «J_P balsamic odours are in- ' ]<gr_» haled directly Into the ™ Jffif & throat, chest and lungs, GM*W$& and PPO v l de a unique ! and unfailing remedy. From Chemists, Stores,:. <asz^jritjiaM«3cuuMiAJUujaeaanß»BßnMaMßßW>'W«BP | Kapboups Myriads of Disease Germs. '\]"o natter how sanitarily clean a I • L. i city may be, there are enough 1 j: aerobes to contaminate everybody. We arc surrounded by o.irry. breed, nourish and support disease if we give Uiein a chance, and ihis we do—as a rule—from ignoriance,- but quite often from negligence in keeping the skin in a. sanitary condition.-. . . Germ-life, \the recognised basis of disease, is transmit- . ted through the air on to the skin, | or by contact per medium of the I hands, due to handling coins or other I articles swarming with them. Inthis I way the germs are carried to the 1 ni outh or abrased skin surface, tlie re--3 suit is, if you are weak or the skin i broken, serious disease follows. ~, Always use Zam-Buk: Soap in j Ihe daily cleansing of the skin and i ihe germs that alight on it are at j once destroyed. It is a powerful ger- i I micidc; and at the same time creates I skin health, purity and softness. 8 From Chemists, Stores, and The Zam-Buk ;j M fg'. Co , 39 Pitt Street, Sydney. yocv eye on that cut or bruise lest it take bad ways ! You can avoid tlie risk of blood-poisoning by cleansing and healing tho wound at once with ''his poiveiful cleanser a«nd healer :» ii.t.icly free from unimal oils and fats and mineral irritants: hence its superiority. Be sure you always -et Zam-Buk and keep it

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 439, 26 May 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 439, 26 May 1914

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