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■USINESS NOTICES. • Are now opening their For Autumn & Winter Wear Write us your requirements. . ' _ ORDERS BY POST receive Prompt and Careful Attention. PATTERNS of the NEW MATERIALS for Dresses. Blouses, etc., sent Post Free on request. . . . . . • We pay postage on all Drapery and Dress, and allow a Discount of 1/off every £ for Cash. . . . BALLANTYNES Christchurch i_ _ . . „.-.. _ ... - _j* *T" II P™ O C Y*\r\ lIVI "T" O Will interest you if you are thinking ( l"f [LOLL I \J\ IM I O of buyiug a Motor Car. .. : Many oara *r« uuilt cheaply in order to meet a popular demand for cheapness The " OVEELAND " car is also born of necessity, but in a rather different «mse The" Overland " is built to meet the demand for Rellablllty s Comfort, and Cow.'^nce. RELIABII iTY is featureu '-> every piece of Mechanism in the "Overland," :rom the pc .refful, silent-runninjj, down to the door hinges. COMFOT r is found in the luxurious, deep-seated body and in the soft, jpringy v; bolstering which renders atrip on the roughest road a joy ridf on a traf ' s. of glass. CONViNIENCEis found in the Electric Self-starter, which does away with the old ashioned cranking, and in the brilliant electric lights, which, . . . whether the car is standing or running may be switched on and off by simply burning a knob. ' ■ , WEBBER AND SMILY, LTD., AGENTS. DON'T BE SATISFIED (VITH AN OLD FASHIONED OUT-OF-DATE MOTOR CAR. YOU MAX AS WELL BE UP-TO-DATE. The new model "Overland" Electric is a Modern Car in every feature. ; The "Overland" Eleciric Starter and lighting system is absolutely reliable and is not obtainable,on any other,car. . /: 1 Xhe new 30-horse " Overland " isihei lightest car on the market-^-' embracing every modern improvement in- motor car construction. fou can buy cheaper cars, but in the " Overland" Electric, at £385 complete you get something that you cannot get in any other car at any price. ' : ... Ba up-to-date and buy the Up-to-DaU " OVERLAND." WEBBER AND SMILY; LTD,, AGENTS.

-- — ■ j ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES. IN • Millinery and Winter Coats Now on .View in niy NEW SHOWROOMS. The Largest and most up-to-date in Asliburton. O. J. CHIVERS, ORP. RAILWAY STATION, 'A S H B UB T'b'K".-

J PREVENTING 9 - LOSS OF HAIR. (By a Specialist of 50 years' standing.) Nearly every person whose' hair is falling, dry, lifeless, or troubled with dandruff, can have a healthy head of hair if they will set aside a few minutes every day. *It is worth it; take care of your hair while.you Tiavo' it. There would Tbe vsry\ few. bald people if we looked. after\our hair as carefully as our teelh. . 0" ',-. •> ... Create a circulation of the 'blood to the roots, of the'-hair by using a Brice's Special Brush, which removes the dandruff better than -any other kind. Then apply Brice's < Regenerator daily—a thoroughly trustworthy hair tonic. This will cure the , dandruff, and make the hair glossy and strong, ' Brice's Circassian Cream is similar to the natural oil of the hair, and should. , also be used to nourish it two or three '' times each week. | Brico's Regenerator 3/6 (special strength ' 5/6), Circassian Cream 2/-, at all chemistsand hairdressers, or by post direct. Tha special strength Regenerator is highly com- | centrated, and should be used when th« hair is falling out. * .W. BEICB & SON, CONSULTING HAIR SPECIALISTS, High Street, Christchurch. ALUMINIUM PAINT.—The great x\. medium for reviving worn and tarnishable metal work. 'Special elastic, fire-resisting finish, thai wears woll and looks well. ltanges and Stoves painted with our aluminium paint pre[sent a very striking appearance and keep cleaner than with Black Lead. In tins at Is and la 6d at John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. ] 76

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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