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Smart.-i- and '•- Serviceable I e HOLIDAY {HATS : ■-~..,., . h >.-r-f.i,rTi¥BWinrrarni> ■ ■■———^■KBaeaa -AMiVMA Hatsir ri In the NEW "SLOUCH" STYLE ,5 with. pliable brim ' Trimmed with Ribbon Velvet Band in Black or any colour 1 Wide or Narrow Brim, as required Price - 13/9 Recommended for hard wear POSTAGE FREE BALLANTYNES CHRISTCHURCH —— / ———— ; A Clean Scalp a d Health]? Hair Many of your friend 3 have found that a luxuriant growth of hair - soft and glos3y-and a scalp.frne frpm dandruff will reßult from the use of*. Nyal's Hirsutone This is the oroosdare — Wash the hair with warm water and a pure soap—iins3 thoroughly— rub tho scalp with a stiff brush—apply Hirsutoue—rub it in well and dry the hair before combing. Please understand that Hirsutone is not merely a hair wash—it is a tonio a food. While it thoroughly eleaises, it also prevents bacterial aotion—nourishes and stimulates the riot? of the hair—removeß all dandruff —prevents its return—and preserves tbe natural beauty and colour of hair. Nyal's Hirsutone should be on your dressing table. ■Jw ■ | TuP I * 1 CHEMIST, LAVAUD STREET,' AKAROA.

COCKSFOOT. We are BUYERS at Highest Market Rates STOKAGE We have ample Storage Accommodation ' at LYTTELTON at Harbour Board 1 - ■ Rates., DRESSING We have a first cla Cleaving.Plant in which we can DRESS SEED on growers' account at Lowest Current Rates. KAYE & CARTER, LIMITED. 153 Hereford Street, CKristcKurcK 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 fafely, and that it is doing good work; no far I am more than satisfied. We started threshing on Monday last altor lunch.. The seed was not quite dry, and would not have threshed with the flails, but the maohine got it all out. We have had some dull and foggy weather through the week, and the seed was never fit for the flail until yesterdnv, bat with the maohine I was able to get pome seed every day, For the week we' bave threshed 200 bags with only an average of 4J men." We would advise intending purchasers to order early for next season. ANDREWS & BEAVEN, LIMITED. MANUFACTURERS, CHRISTCHURCH, N.Z

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4377, 10 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4377, 10 March 1914

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