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lv'H^i "ULr* ' ral Thousands of women would give all they are "■\ r^. M <*mm>Zffi xrfM worth to be the happy possessor of a skin as fair *v^7/^*7^W3B and beautiful as other of their lady friends, and HK^JWttK^ Vy^y^QjQfflflr how humiliating it has often been to them to mD^A^I jriTm&tftilgr appear m company, or have to travel, with the p knowledge that their face is disfigured by f&r blemishes, spots, pimples, and r«dness. It has & b -en staled that the absorbing passion of women is to outrival each other m dress; M and ynt is it not a fact that, when friends meet, the attraction and admiration of E dress is deoidedly subservient to that for clear, beautiful complesion ? P Dress is overpowered by natural beauty. It is an every-day occurcnce to hear &i Oiir wives, daughters, and sisters exclaim — " What ft lovely skin." " Isn't she !$ charming?" " What a beautiful complesion." ii Ladies! no pen can do justice to the esteem m which the FXiAHTHKOA m trcnr.-jient is held by thousands whose lives have been made kappy by the cure of the a j:oul)lu above referred to, and if you will follow the simple directions given with 5 thfiso popular remedies, the same happy resulta will follow m your cage. Send for t oiir book, "In the Path of Plantekoa." Posted free for the asking. Tells all about P it. Consultation by letter with the Manager, Plantekoa, Wellington, FREE to all. I ■ - i Mrs. John Mullins, Cambridge, says—"Having used your PLANTEKOA I Ointment and Soap, I have no hesitation m saying they do «1 yon Claim for tntm. I {' hari beon trying for a long time with various remedies to remove pimples from the a face without avail, but the use of PLANTEKOA told a different tale. Before I had 3 ihi:il one tin the disfigurement had all disappeared and life the skin beautifully ft- clear and soft." §a N. Turner, Esq., President of the Wellington Central Mission 7- — " For niedicial and toilet purposes, PLANTEKOA Soap is thfe best we Fkeb. For 6 ■'- have ever used, being soothing to the skin, molt pleasant ia its appli- penny stamps .4 cation, and with pleasure highly recommend it." tocovercostof ijj Mrh. A. Rolfe, Drnry, Walkato-" Mak«» the skin beautifully Sge^efc.^we % clear and soft." • sen '<i t0 fel Mrs. M. Chbyne, Hamilton Road, Cambridge —" PLANTEKOA any address a B Ointment and Soap most effectual for chapped hands and roagh skin." Sf mX, b°ttle 53 Mrs. M. McClka, Green Street, Ashburton—" Consulted three box of Olnt--6 doctors and a specialist for chronic eczema. More benefit from ment, or TabS PLANTEKOA. than all the others. A friend also cured of sp«ts and let of Soap. $ pimples on fiice. Ointment has also cured chapped hands." Write to-day. BUSINESS NOTICES. AUTTMN & WINTER FASHIONS. A DISPLAY of Autumn and Winter Fashions will be given by us on Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday, 15th, 16th, and 17th MARCH. Our Extensive Additions to Showroom will enable our Lady customers to see the Goods td much greater advantage than hitherto. ANDREW ORB, & CO., LTD. East Street Abshnrton?

Mount Somers Coal Co., Limited. (NEW SEAM). j An Economical Coal. THE above Company is now offering to the Public Coal second to none for Household and Steam Purposes, and at a Price well within the means of every one. Householders should give it a trial for this winter, and note the saving m their Coal Bill. The Company is now BupplyiDg Fuel for Steam raising purposes to .several Large Consumers, all of whom speak highly of it. PRICE— Household Coal, 14s 6d per ton, Mount Somers. Seam Coal, 10s 6d per ton, Mount Somers. To be obtained from all Ashburton Coal Merchants, or from our Agent, MR F. A. SAUNDERS, Mount Somers. Ordere addressed to the Secretary, Ashburton, or the Mine Manager, Mount Somers, punctually attended to. Note the ,Name of the Company— Mount Somers Coal Co,, Ltd (NEW SEAM). WILLIAM ALLEN, Secretary. Legal Notice. I HAVE decided to Visit Ashburton every FRIDAY (Court Day), and have appointed Mr C. J. STYCHE, of West Street, my representative, who will receive instructions on my behalf. I have Various Suma of Money to Lend on Freehold Security at Lowest Current Rate. F. K. HUNT, 4,30 Solicitor. LEGAL JJOTICE, NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned have this day entered into Partnership as Barristers and Solicil i tors, at Christchurch and AaUburton, under I the Btyle of Wilding, Rolleston. & Acland. The business will be carried on as heretofore at Christchurch and Ashburton. MR WILDING will visit Ashburton once a week, and MR ACLAND will reside permanently at Ashburton. (Sgd) F. WILDING. A. C. ROLLESTON. H. D. ACL-ND. March 24,1905. 331^ Legal Notice. "VTOTICE is hereby given that tha Firms AS of DUNCAN AND COTTERILLand T. W. STRINGER have been amalgamated from this date, and that MR J. D. HALL has been admitted as a partner m the , amalgamated business. I The business will be carried on by H. Cotterill, T. W. Stringer, and J. D. Hall under the Btyle of DUNCAN. COTTERTLL and STRINGER, at Cbristchurch, and at Mr John Davison's Office, Ashburton, as heretofore. Dated this 2lst day of February, 1905. (Sgd.) H. COTTERILL. (Sgd.) T. W. STRINGER. (Sgd.) J. D. HALT. Loans up to any Amounts, on approved Securities, at Lowest Current Rates of Interest. DUNCAN, COTTERILL AND 4.102 STRINGER. Notice to Insurers. ME- G. lE. BUCHANAN. Solicitor, Burnett Street, Ashburton, has been appointed District Agent for the National Fire and Marine Insurance Co, of N.Z., vice Mr Chas. Braddell, deceased. W. M. JOYNT, 3 388 Manager, Canterbury Branch. WANTED KNOWN -Switches of Hair ' from 4s 6d. Fringes of natural curl 5s 6d upwards. Transformations and Hairwork of every kind to order. Fully illustrated catalogue of latest designs posted fiee.—A. M. Hkndt, Hair Specialist, Dunedin. ( A BBP.Y Boob Polish is splendid.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905