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build." The editor <-t "Life" proceeds, in a very fine nnicln -or rather a series of articles—-t-u nni-w the progress of tbe great Htjrnggle duriutr tho past month on land and sea, and suraa up the posi tion by -stiving : "At th:< txiompm wt> write, Germany resembles *orrjp> fietcc bird of prey, red ia beak aorf-«iaw t but impri.-cnsd in a steel euge Tbe 'cage-.' is taken geo graphically, an aron of socoe 500 by 200 miles ; the steel wires are, in tbe East, tbe vast armies of Russia, in tbe West, tbr far stretching trenches edged with the red flame of musketry, where French and British keep their stubborn guard. Against fchess steel walls the fierce imprisoned bird, with torn plumage and bloody feathers, flings itself in vain. The imprisoning wires yield sometimes, but never break; they draw closer round their captive. Does anyone imagine that tbe imprisoned eagle will be able to I break thi» cage"?" Dr. Fitchett's own contributions form*, of course, a very solid readable section of '.'Life." but they constitute only one tenth of the magnificent bulk of reading matter contained in tbis February hsu9, which, for wealth of subject and variety of article and story, is difficult to equal by any magazine in any part of the world. FATHER AND CHIDBEN CURED. Festered Ankle, Grazed Shin and Files. Zam JBuk ia Always Dependable Mrs K. Winefield, 10 Calder i'.oad, Darling ton, Sydney, says :—"Some time ago my j little girl, Vera, fell on to a broken Lottie and cut her ankle io the bono. Within a day or I two lbs wound ffistered ami inflammation j spread so badly that we began to fear that i tho child's leg was poisoned. ! "Vera'ivas crippled and iv great prrri, ?.?•■■?■ ! the naoty wound showed no sign? of iioali;.);.: ; untill \vc bcjian to apply Z-imßvK, ' Th"i 3 Eoothiti;; bal-a eased tho child,-; pain wonderfully, and draw away th:> inHum. mation, and thoroughly cleansed the nasty place. As I continued to uso Zam.Buk the wound began to rapidly heal until now Vera'a foot is quite sound again. "My son, 'Keith, wkh also cured of a bad shin; got through "stumping up ayaiust v Ftoo!. The piace discharged matter, and was badly swollen. We again < r ] -jj Zam-Buk anil used it with splendid duets. Beyldoii eausiDg tho painful swelling to Eubsido, it stopped the discharge completely and h oaled tho eoro My husband, too, haa # nothing but praiso for Zam.Bnk wnich soo'thsd and cured his hemorrhoids, a diutresfing complaint which had caused him much pain and missry. "We bava uoed Zam-Buk on many ocoa* siona. and never yet has it failed us. All the j fainiiy have groat faith in Zanvßuk," j /l-am-Buk is so reliable, quick and rfiioient j in its healings that it ia indispensable in every home, workshop, farm, or cattle station. For the firat-aid treatment of wounds, cuts burns or scalds,'and for hot weather eczema itchrash, sore feet, ringworm, poisoned wounds, and bites etc Of all chemists and eiorea 1/G and 3/0 per pot.

A'CENTURY AFTER WATERLOO, « Dr Fitchett, in February number of "1 ife," just issued, turns back the pagey of history and points out that exactly a century ago Europe was just freeing itself from a despotism built on force, and using war as its in strument. "And," says Dr. Fitchett "1915 is born amid tbe shock of bat ties which in scale'and slaughter are equal to a hundred Wafcerloos. Water 100 was described by Wellington himself as the battle which did more for Mm nonno of tho n">-H *s»j-i other btiiiiiio v it-caiJua-iiiotui'y." It certain put an end to Napoleon's restless and insatiable ambition, and so delivered the nations from military despotism But in 1915 four of the great Western Powers; with Japan, tbe greatest Power in the east, as ally, are leagued to deliver the civilised world from the menace of a military caste which lacks Napoleon's genius for war—lacks even his civic genius—but aims, iika him, at a despotism built on force, and using war as an instrument; a caste- whose triumph would be a grea'tei blow to liberty and to civilis ation than the empire of the sword' of Which Napoleon dreamed, and which he splashed Europe red with blood to

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3476, 9 February 1915

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