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TEH NEWEST FAD OF MASHERDOM

««TJ« Ute«k ltd ti bleaching moastajbw X said a barber, " Batbera don't 4e it. *M«2» boj th» bleaoh, and tpply it «t home. It Is don* moitly by young waa. You can we loti of young men to-day with d»rk brown hair who hare lordy blonde mowtaebes. The bleach make* the moustache >streaked In lines of cold and light brown. The gWi like blonde moustaches. Black moaitaofaM, •Ten of the Simon pnre iort f b&ve lost favor. Hen with ficrr red menstaohes nse bleach nowafeys. Not all men with red Bionatashei, bat a great many. Ton won't tee sear so many red monstaohes ■pw aa yon oonld bare reen a year ago. Too'll see a man with a head of red hair while his mouataohe will be a lovely tint of old gold. The bleach Is jnst as Injurious M the black hair dye. A good m»oy men with ted beards nse the bleach too. A Hondo beard Is very fashionable nowadays. The ordinary everyday observer isn't tlMy to detect a bogus blonde beard or taonjtaefce, but a barber who knows his trastness can tell them every time.— *'Phfls4elphla Tlmet."

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TEH NEWEST FAD OF MASHERDOM, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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TEH NEWEST FAD OF MASHERDOM Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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