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SMABT CUSHIONS -MOTORING, - ; TRAVELLING, j PICNICS, &c. ■ M_d@ 2s Stroaf Leatherette, with two pockets and handle. In ®&*tlve Brown, Green, and eelouringf. Suse 19 x 14. .* 'SPBCIAL.VALUB AT , O/ I i E*ct* -» ©fther -tees made to order* «- I POST FREE from BALLAWTYNES «_,«-«- j iimilinw—l I-— iiwi_--J-_---J '■"' 111 Il| I. —_^_. r —."a—r..a"-* - — - '•'" *■' — ' " The Bummer buh— Wk(V^ It has no fear j WM \ For those who keep $FACE CREAM \\ \ ffil >^^^§k Nyal's Faoe Cream near ' ; Wos\ Wn\V//\\\ n 9 QX\_k It soothes the skin I j MflhS uZAil_3CJj|& And keeps % white \'Wiw f \ all JE__iyrJL //« „-, TID „,„„ -r>n««r /I /WMWNIMO SKIM TONE SOON \ W SjggF BVoJlfl^lFDlESoO^ NYAL'S FACE CREAM (E \^oflot d - leaves no smine; I) jp* js_| rft_£_f YOU know just, bow anmoying it kflto have the face smart and filll up *"|» J ao the moment, you exoo se yourself to the sun-how it contmues to burn and aim, ong afte you have retired . The frequent use ;of < ; 16 Nyal's Face Cream 16 (with peboxidk) will safeguard you against any Isuoh unpleasantness; Invaluable for Sunburn an d Freokles; acts as a mild Skin Bleach and does not oause the growth ot hair. When applied gently it is absorbed immediately, leaving the skin soft,, smooth and delightfully fragrant. J. s. dodds, Npi Chemist - akaroa.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3529, 21 March 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3529, 21 March 1916

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