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BaSlantynes r% warn Imb IS NOW ON Our Complete Stocks of High-Grade Drapery, Furnishings, etc. at Special Sale Prices. Write us your requirements . . . Our Mail Order Service will look after your interests in every possible way, and Country Clients can rely upon careful attention to their directions. If the goods are not exact to order you may return them. — Discount and Free Postage as usual. — Ballantynes : Christchurch oooksfootT We are BUYERS at Highest Market Rate STOEAGE ik a , We have ample Storage AcoommodatN at LYTTELTON at Harbour Boa Kates. DRESSING Wβ have a first-cla Gleaning Plant which we can DRESS SEED < growers' account at Lowest Ourre Bates. KAYE Sc CARTEK, LIMITED* Isa Hereford Street, CHrietclmrcH aWRBEWS & BEJWEN, LIJBITEB CHRISTCHURCH. SOLE NEW ZEALAND AGENTS FORBlaGkst®ne E©®i*osnic Kerosene Engines THE FAVOURITE for both. SHE RING and MILKIN4 or GENERAL FARM WORK. All sizes in stock from 1£ b.h.p. upwards. Write for further particulars and catalogue. 1 ©leap Soaip a'-d Healthy Hair , "Many of your friends have found that a luxuriant growth of hair —Bof't and gloßsy—and a scalp free from dandruff will reßult from the uee of Nyal's Hirsutone This is the procedure — Wash the hair with warm water and a pure soap—rinss thoroughly— rub the pcalp with a stiff brush—apply Hirsutone—rub it in well and dry the bair before combing. Please understand that Hirautone is not merely a hair wash—it is a tonic a food. While it thoroughly cleanses, it also prevents bacterial action—nourishes and stimu at£ the roots of the hair—removee all dandruff—prevents its return—and preserves the naturi beauty and colour of hair. I Nyal's Hirsutone should be on your dressing table. U" S" CHEMIST, LAVAUD STEEET, AKABOA. ._ FOKBES LIMITED LYTTELTON. l6*onin®iigei*s a§id Grocers QUOTATIONS AND FREIGHTS FOR QUANTITIES. GIVE US A TRIAL ' If we cannot satisfy you we do not want your trade. We are right out to give satisfaction, and get the trade on the Peninsula. Any goods sent out and not satisfactory will be replaced free of charge.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914

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