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Wsf/jl, OOUQHS & OQLDS. starting out in 'mxgtif '-'wet or cold weather, take one or two Peps tablet* W%Jf f rom their silver wrappers, and hW let them slowly dissolve in the j|r mouth. A powerful medicine will H then come from the tablets in the form of fames which you breathe through the throat into the lungs. In this easy and pleasant way not only is the foul and germ-laden atmosphere filtered as you breathe it in, but every part of the throat and bronchial tubes is soothed, strengthened, and made to successfully resist the microbes that spread coughs, colds, sore throat, influ- 1 enza, bronchitis. Breatheable Peps ■ keep the cold out and stop infection. I NEW PLYMOUTH pHARTERIS AND T>UCKLEY TTAVE taken our Letters Patent for the. Cure of Contagious in Cows' Udders. Farmers having this scourge in their herds can eupp ied with the specific at 4/6 per packet, or witb Enema and Tube a 9J5 per outfit. Offices of .the Company— GRIFFITHS BUILDINU, Or NEW PLYMOUTH. DBS PBICHA. ED JONES AND MaITLAND Dental Surgeons. BARLOW'S BUILDINGS, , CORNER HEREFORD AND COLOMBO STREETS CHRISTCHURCH. Box 230, That tightness across the Chest, that thick troublesome Phlegm, that running of the nose, may be relieved and removed by "NAZOL,". It has cured thousands, 60 doses, 1/6. Use with Nazol inhaler. . NOOOLD IS "NAZO L" PROOF J

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4411, 10 July 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4411, 10 July 1914

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