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BUSINESS NOTICES. THE RESULT OF 50 YEARS* STUDY. Fifty years ago, Mr Brice, of Christchurcb k commenced the, study of the diseases of the hair and scalp, with the' 'object of supplying a specific which would assist Nature to grow strong, glossy hair. The result of his life's work is Brice's Regenerator and Circassian Cream, both of which should be used to obtain the best results. The hair should be frequently brushed to remove the dandruff and all excretions of the scalp, and Brice's Special Brush is best for the purpose. Once a day the Regenerator should be well rubbed into the hair; its effect is to stimulate the follicles (the roots of the hair) so that they cas draw on the natural oil for nourishment. The Circassian Cream is similar to this oil, and. invaluable to nourish the hair when it is dry and lustreless. Thousands of people have .been cured of their baldness by using Brice's Regenerator and Circassian Cream, but - prevention iis always better than cure. Follow the above suggestions and you will sever lose your hair. W. BRICE & SON S, -> Consulting Hair Specialists, High Street, Christchurch. Brice's Regenerator 3/6 (special strength 5/6), Bricc's Circassian Cream 2/-, at your chemist's and all hairdressers, or by^post i direct. ASHBURTON LOAN AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY And BANJC OF DEPOSIT. DEPOSITS are received at call or for fixed periods at HIGHEST CURRENT RATES of INTEREST. The Society provides for the Public a THOROUGHLY SOUND INVESTMENT for SAVINGS, combining good Interest with undoubted Security. J. B. CHRISTIAN, Manager, j

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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