A little vanity is a good thing 1. Every woman should try, at all times, to look her very best. But it certainly must be discouraging to have your mirror tell you that your hair is gray when you are only thirty or fifty I Gray hair adds twenty years to the age. Why not look as young as you aro, or even younger ? Always restores color to gray hair, always. Brings back all the deep, rich, beautiful color of early youth. Perhaps tho color of your hair suits, but you are losing the hair itself. You are threatened, with thin hair, rough . hair, scraggly hair. Your hair seema weak, not well nourished. Then give it Ayer's Hair Vigor, a true hairfood. It stops falling hair, makes the hair grow, and keeps it soft and eilky. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayes- Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S. A, Public Notices. PRIZE ESSAY COMPETITION. mO PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS RESIDING IN THE ASHBURTON ELECTORATE. First Priza — £1 10s Second Prize — £1 Third Prize — 10s MR JOHN McLACHLAN", M.H.F., has donated the earn of £3 for Prizes lor the BEST ESSAY ON— " Slow I Spent My Easter Holidays, 1905" The conditions of the Competition are:— 1. That Essays must be the bona fide work of competitors, who must be primary Bohool pupils residing in the Ashburton Electorate. 3. Essays must not exceed SCO words. 3. That all Essays must bs addressed to, and be in the hands of the proprietor of the Ashburton Mail and Guardian not later than S&TURDAY, May 13th, 1905 They must be signed in noin de plume only (initials will not be allowed, and their use will disqualify competitors). The envelope enclosing the Essay must be endorsed " Prize Competition. Easfcer. Holidays." In a separate envelope, endorsed " Priza Competition. Easter Holidays, Name only," the norn de plume adopted, and the name and address of the writer must be enclosed. 4. The prize Essays, and any others which may be deemed of sufficient public interest will be published in the Ashburton Mail and GuARorAN, the proprietor of those journals, with the consent of Mr McLachlan, reserving to himself al! publication right*. The Essays will become the property of the donor of the priz-is, and cannot be returned to competitors. Wan teds. WE pay Eost Pricoa for Scrap Iron, Hra«p, Copper, Zinc, Lead, Sack.", Casks, Bottles, Horse Hair, Cow Tails. Bones, etc. Prices on Application. . BOTTLE EXCHANGE, Christchurch. 47 Colombo Strroefc. WANTED KNOWN —Just opened grand lot of Men's Colonial suits made to our special order, good linings, padded shoulderß, 255, 27s 6d, 30s, 32a fid, 3fiß, 39s 6d, 45s flacb. — Gibbard, Keady Money Draper, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. 6S "OETTER Value than ever" is the ¥» verdict of all who have seen the New Season's stock of Men's Rainproof Tweed Coats, Macintoshes, Hats (big variety), Shirts (all kinds). Woollen Underwear, Caps, Gloves, Mufflers, Tits, etc, at Gibbabd's, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. It will pay those about to pnr- ' chase Winter supply to call and see thess goods . WANTED KNOWN—-Mb Hendt, Hair Specialist, Dunedin, invites ladies interested in Artistic Hairdressing, to send for new Illustrated Catalogue of Specialties, including Fringes, Transformations, Switohes, Hair Frames, Pads, etc., posted under cover to any address. "I f\f\f\ YARDS Strong Twilled FlanX\S\J\J nelettes, in Cream, White, Pink, and Stripes-, just to hand. Only Cs 3d d^zen or 6-J-d a yard; really good line; selling quickly.—M. Gibbard, Ready Money Draper, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. WANTED KNOWN—A Beautifully Illustrated Catalogue of Switches Fringes, Transformations, and Toilet Requisites of every description sent post free, under cover any addre3s, on application fco A. M. Hkndt, Hair Specialist, Dunedin. WANTED Known-That M. & T. are showing Choice Novelties in Lice Good. That the newest of the New Jackets ate to be Been at M. & T.s That you are welcome to looV round M". & T.s Show Eoom, without the necessity of making a purchase. That; X. & T.s Blouse Flannols aye specially selected p'*tteriH. •i hat M. & T. are landing, ex Whatakane, special value in Mieetiup. WVNTJteU— layers for Kwdruoin Sets from 10s (id, Dinner s^ts from 30^ eet T«>t *ata from IDs fid set, Fancy Cups and Saucers, *H price?, lnr^e variety at Unduh.i. a. Cob Furnishing; Warehouse Tancrfl Street FOR Sir/*'<—M'tebe'l Mo to.' £32 10a Marsh Motor (ne>v) £31. Forty second hand Cycles to Le cleared this month regardless of cost. We want the money, and will not refuse a reasonable offer for any machine. The G. H Carson Cycle and Motor Works, Tanored Street. WANTED KNOWN -Switches of Hair from 4a 6d. Fringes of natural curl 5s 6d upwards. Tranaformationa and Hairworkof every kind to order. I'ully illustrated catalogue of latest designs • posted free.—A. M. Hendt, Hair Specialist;, Danedin. WANTED— Buyers for Washstands at 10s each, Tables afc 8a each, Chairs 4s each, Oilcloth Is 3d per yard, Linoleum 2yds wide at; 3s 3d per yard, fitted and layed on your floor. UNDBitii & (x>, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. WANTED— Buyers for our new Bed steads, just arrived. Beautiful designs, and from 16 to 20 per cent cheaper than osua!. Undbill & Co., Furnisher - Tanored Street. ADMIB&L Blue won't Streak Clothes.
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