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Sin the home, workshop ot hetou a||| M pot of Zum-Uuk; the ideal first-aid M ffl dressing for cuts, bruises, sprains, p §§ burns, scalds, and skin injuries. M M Its active vegetable constituents §|j m being so pure and wholesome, Ml HfTs a perfect healing lUlji for every jp M day household use. Zam-Buk m H sootues pain, prevents festering and || M blood-poison, and heals perfectly m mby growing new skin. Zum-Ihik, || JH therefore, should be kept handy m C .O'EEILLY SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, COACHBTJILDER WHEELWRIGHT AND COACH PAINTER Baggies, Gigs, Traps, Dray etc., built ono repaired. Tyreiog done on the shortest notice ; Rubbar Tyres BUpplie if required Secondhand traps bought, sold, or exchanged BOYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHES AEAROA AND LITTLE RIVER. f PILKINGTON'S Motor Coaches leave Akaroa daily at! 5 a.m. to oonneot with mid-day train at Little River. Every Tuesday the motors will leave Akaroa at 12 o'clock, returning from Little River at 1.30 p.m., on and after ITJESDAY NOVEMBER 4. ■ Mail oar will run as usual, leaving Akaroa 9 a.m., returning 11.10 am, from Little River. FARE 7b. Children fiom 3 to 12 Y ears Half-price, 281b. of personal luggnge is allowed free 0 charge, Over that amount Id per lb. wil be charged. ' I Telegrams: Pilkington, Akaroa. Telephone No. 5. Akaroa.

LAYING OUT GARDENS. MR T. LACKNEB, of Eeach Road, Akaroa. who has had expert expert ence in laying out"' gardens and in all rinches- of ilower and vegetable gardening, wishes to annonnce thnt he is prepared to undertake work immediately. He- has a knowledge of pruning rose-trees, fruit trees, brubfl, eto , nnd can attend to any plants for (bo coming season, either flower or vegetable. Kindly address letters c/o Post Office .\karoa. TO STAND AT AKAROA KUIA. DILLON 17, b,y Harold Dillon, imp., dam G-a a nefc'e, wp) I';.RM Reason, 3£gs*.; Gunrant ~sg ■ K'iIRNNE E. LrMEVUFinfluenza and Colds nre not stomach «'ii.-ii'p. fti.rt ato i-all'-d Cold Cum- P"iv-d dqwr. the neck ha- no t£feot s N *ZOL" acts differently You take a few fflw drops on lump sug'T. and alow it to clis ;olvr> slowly in the mouth so that its fragrant healing p 0p rtiea search out the trouble in thtoat nnd lungs. D'ep inhßlations through a Nozol iDhiler will clear and core colds in the head and nasal cavities. This is tho latest liingliah remedy, and is effective I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3464, 24 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3464, 24 December 1914

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