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I i Are nDw opening their For Autumn & Winter Wear I V/rite us your requirements. I ORDERS BY POST receive Prompt i I r.nd 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 ©very S for Cash. BALLANTYNhS I c Christchurch

COCKSFOOT. We are BUYERS at Highest MarKet Rates O X V7XixXvJ amp!e Bto?age Accommodation at LYTTELTON at Harbour Board Rates. DRESSING We have a first-c!a Cleaninc; Plant in which we can DRESS SEED on growers' account afc Lowest Current Rate?. * KAYE & CARTER, LIMITED, 153 Hereford Street, ChristchurcK Cocksfoot Motor Threshers. PENINSULA APPRECIATION.

MR. JOHN R. NEWTON, Akaroa, writes as follows, February 16, 1914: — •' Just a line to let you know my Threshing Machine arrived safely, and that it is doing good work; bo far I am more than satisfied. We etuted threshing on Monday.last after lunch. Tho seed was not quite dry, and would not have threshed with the flails, but the machine got it all out. Wβ have had some dull and foggy weather through the week, and the seed was never fit for the flail until yesterday, bnfc with the machine I was able to get pome seed every day. For the week we have threshed 200 bags with only an average of 4£ men." , Wβ would advise intending purchasers to order early for next season. ANDREWS & BEAVEN, LIMITED. MANUFACTURERS, OHRJLSTCHURCH, N.Z A Glean Scalp a c§ Healthy Hair M&ny o! your friends have found that o luxuriant growth of hair —Boft and glossy—and a scalp free from dandruff will result from the use of Nyal's fiirsutone This is the procedure — Waah the hair with warm water and a puro soap— nnsa thoroughly— 1 rub the acalp with a stiff brush—app>y Hirsutone-rub it in well and dry the hair before combing. Please understand that Hirautone is not merely a hair wash—it is a tonio a food. While it thoroughly cleanses, it also prevent? bacterial action—nourishes and stimulates the root£ of the hair—removes all dandruff—prf vents its return—and preserves the natural beauty and colour of hair. Nyal's Hirsutone should be on your dressing table. - *«■% m i B s I IW. g 'awes ruvMiCT a W" \mm* Km* LJ CHEMIST, LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA. MAPS OF~~BANKB PENINSULA! dk <?m MAPS of the Peninsula showing the dnV*l crjl *****' roads may be procured from the ;> ' |_ Akaboa Maid Offioe, or the Tourist OfiSoe pebbuaßY 27, -1911. Akaroa. The prioa of the map is 6d. | . ' ! E. M. JACOBSON, Pebson l.—A farewell will be tendered to Manager. Archdeaci a Stooker nnd bis family at the " Akaroa B> ating Club's hall on Monday even' DRS PRICHARD. JONES AND in i n » x \?' 8 pm, ,„ . , , MATTrANn Nz - R .—Train arrangements for w&.liub.s*u cricket match at Ohristchurcb aro given elsewhere. Dental Surgeons. German Bat School.—At Wednesday's «r«,k««,»« »%»> B wv*<a meeting of the North Canterbury Education Board, it waa deoided to reoeire a deputation BARLOW'S BUILDINGS. from German Bay residents with reference to Ibe erection of a residence for the school' CORNER master. Obitbahy — News was received in Afearoa HEREFORD AND COLOMBO STREETS, that Mr R, G. Black, of Gieborne, who was J injured some weeks ago by a fall of his nnm<lTrfnmnß horse, died early yesterday morning. Mr CHRISTCHURCB. Black was born and broughi up in Akaroa. T*l»hoot 1161. Box 236 He leaveß tt wido * an( l °«" Son.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4375, 27 February 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4375, 27 February 1914

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