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Pure Cocoa contains every material necessary for the growth, development and sustenance of the body. CADBURY'S Bournville Cocoa In renowned for its delightful flavour, is a perfect food, easily digested, sustaining, a burjr'a are •way, #

Iferer to ' that tireci feel- y^**"^!!] Burnett Street, Ipswich, B Queensland. " I lost all appetite, 8 9 suffered from Indigestion and » 8 Headaches, became languid, n h weary, depressed, and jaded, and if m quite unfitted for -work. On the jf ■ recommendation of a friend I un- B n derwent a course of Bile Beans. B M The first few doses gave me great ■ 11 relief, and I was soon rid of all 8 H my troubles, for which lam very B fa thankful. Bile Beans-are easy to 1 m take, and I shall always keep a i a box handy for use whenever oc- g | ca-iion tnay arise, and rscornmend H I them to my friends." M § Of all Chemists and Stores, m 2//J i

j. . DELIGHTFUL FOR THE I Keeps Enriches Zam-Buk Medicinal SoapS contains natural medicines whlpfi 8 thopoufirhly eler.riso the he£d of I scur-t, scale and other- impurities I protects It from disease, makes 1 the hair soft and flossy, and aid- I Us growth. Ii SS .; i pure and healthy coudition of the \ skin and scalp 13 assured. 1 _v tablets from Cliemi -:t . s.ores, or the I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4414, 21 July 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4414, 21 July 1914

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