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LADIES In Good Quality Showerproof Storm Twill. Smartly cut and well made, with the new Military collar, Raglan shoulder, wide belt and patch pockets. . . . Length - 44 inches This fashionable length is very smart and practical, as it allows complete freedom for walking, and yet affords ample protection against rain. In Fawn and Green Colourings. Price - fl^/O DISCOUNT of 1/- off every £ for Cash, or on Monthly Accounts POST FREE from O£tl£3lltyil6S - Christchurch

The Bummar Ban— ', h^;?"v^-: ! It has* no fear - For thoße who keep ; illfi ■' Nyal's Faoe Cream near *V ■; u|g>|j | HPfivW It soothes the skin | f * Jf/lA] u/^lbSVm And feeeps it white X^ w ?'^^ ill FAMIIY Jii SYAL'H FACE CKEAM | 'O'A \/OD kij* jut how anmyins? it h*ve nils faoa siairt and fill up with freckle X the notneui you esoose yonfsalf to the sun—bow it aontinuea to burn and sting afte you have r«tire<i. The frequent übb of I|6 Nyal's Face Cream I|6 (with peroxide) willj Bafejjaard you against any suoh unpleasantness; Invaluable for Sun-burn and Freoklee; aats as a mild Skin Bleaoh and does not cause the growth of bair. When applied gently it is absorbed immediately, leaving the skin soft, smooth and delightfully fragrant. i J. s. dodds, Npi Chemist - maroa.

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3546, 16 May 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3546, 16 May 1916

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