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is rich in strength-impart-ing essentials, and therefore promotes physical endurance and hardihood. It is a delicious refreshing beverage, and the purest and beet of foods. "CADBURY'S ,, best Chocolates in Gaskets free to users. Ask for Coupon Starter. The pleasures of * j outdoor arauee- ,^ mente, such as bath* -* 3^? afc ' ing, boating, picnic- " * ing, etc., during the - hot Summer days Afc. are very much availed of. They have their ad van- '•"J./'^i-—"""""■•«5c-"*/k' 1 tages, and are en- C- **S» joyed by young and /"~ ■<. Sv »» old alike. The''ay's *" enjoyment, Uow- f~ f> ever, generally ' m- V} hrlugs with it a -ft \ / sunburnt slcin, due to exposure to the Sun'i Mys. Especially at the seaside i> thi* more y.-vrticularly evidenced. Unhealthy skins of a hard dry nature are more prone to sunburn, owing to the pores exmiing insufficient moisture to keep them soft .uid plinble. As the grass becomes dry and p-rchetl for want of a natural moisture, so it m with the skin devoid of its natural oil for : «!)rica:ing the skin's surface. - This can be avoided by constantly using I ?.»«!-Buk Medicinal Soap in the bath or ) ■•α-u It replaces the" natural oil in the .:ImuUaml pores of the skin, which has been ••I Uiruugt, ignorance in the use of cosmetics, 1..-.1. e<. or common toilet soaps, containing •larmful m-.neral compounds and acidi. Umlur e*r->sure to the fierce rays of the sun .nalcmtlickin irritable, sore nnd painful. A ' ircc U.thrr of /iim-Huk Soap will at once ♦v ■» .othe ;u>o ahay the irritation. '1 he sore part.i jj «-ill <<m<v:ly heal will, the applieatinn of i /.ani-imU. ISuliu. j i Zttin-Eult Ptviji ctnTeolitained from all ( v Chemists ana Morns throughout Nuw I ' Zonlauti for 1/4 ~cr tablet., cv S Iwji f I of tUree tablets fur o;v, it fur fame I prico direct from tho Zain-Bitk iilfg Cu. UO S Pitt Street, Kyduey. I f F,<f I H T( ! T sen(iln « ,d - Stamp to the 1 Zam-BHk Mf)f. Co.. 3 (j Pitt Si.. Svdnrv i I "ilainty *:n:i[)lc Tablet or/.um,!Ju:t Suao ' j will be sent you l : k'uE. " j Ih BiltoussTebs is an ailment caw je d || 1| the bile becomes misdi\. ec ted, and M WM Beans don't attack symptomt D gffl only, they remove the cause B by striking at the root of the H ct| trouble. H ffl «ü ßu '*. BKA:i ' ! are »bto!n»ble from all B ■fl Chemists and Storee, at 1/1} and 2/» B per box, containing ft times tb* 1/1 J, JH H V AH' "^^s^s^B

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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