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wtf%Dssß DAIN OUTI |Sv we I I «U When you hurt yourself your raft iiaud naturally flies to the place to fteil rub it. That is instinct —■ Nature '/ : lriH showing the way. Tho ",.-<v" itself is to rub with Zain-Guk, bs- §' lla cause this is a pure lieaiinjj balm, pllUt free from the rancid animal fats, mineral poison?, and turpentine fpraffia found in common ointments and £***t_j embrocations —also because being fs|i?S4 composed of the refined balsams |kjX|Sfa from certain rare herbs it is easily absorbed. It is soothing, healing, V§M!&WK antiseptic. It henli bruises, W*w(msy!i cv ' s > k m ' ns > scalds, sprains, coldvWWiSli sores > eczema, &c, and is valued dgjjwfpjj equally by the Jiouskwir , and the *Kα athlete for expelling pain. Of all ckmitti en* itores at 1/6 ptr box; family lizi V* (marly four times the quantity); or direct ;ar k«* triufrm tht Zam-Buk Cv., fUt St, SyiMf

Always have "'NiZOL" ia the houße. Worth its weight in gold to anyone puffering from oolde, coughs, sore throat or bronchitis. N ALOL" always relieves.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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