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BALLANTYNES jftjft Illustrate a Leading Style in . MNt/ COSTUME FASHIONS for Alltel Autumn and Winter Wear. ' 'HpHlS'very becoming style shows a wellJk£?\*. tailored Costume in Cheviot Serge. The smartly-cut Coat is finished with - ' large velvet buttons to. match the black velvet collar,.and lined ivory satin., .■ ~ In Copper, Tan, Brown, Saxe, . . «W Grey, Purple ;and Fawn.- . ' The'smart and serviceable Hat shown may WyHHr be obtained in Felt or straw, trimmed ■ ' <B OTSmH velvet and ribbon. In Black or any colour. " ' ' W'WXsM 1 POSTAGE FREE. W/Iliil 1 Discount of 1/- off every £ for Cash. /. Bf\ Ballantynes.. - jliirsw-' ■.;'■'' /•'UDICTrUITDrU

A Glean Scalp and Healthy Hair the use o( _ Nyal's Hirsutone Thie is the procedure— . .. ! Wash the hair with warm water and a pure soap—rinss thorougniy— ' . lUb the SCalp With a-Btifi brush—apply Hirsutone—rub it m well and dry the hair before combing. Please unaereland that Hirsutone is not merely ft hair waeh-ifc is * »" n J n ' d a !j2J; latee While it thoroaghlyoleanees, it also prevents bacterial aof-on-nounshes and stimu aiee the roots of the, hair-removee all dandruff-prevents its return-and preservee tbo naturol beauty and colour of hair, ' ■ Nyal's Hirsutone should be on your dreseing table. J'S'DODDS chemist, LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA. COCKSFOOT. We are BUYERS at HigKest Market Rates Vy XJ b^e amplQ g torage Aecom moaation at LYITELTON at Harbour Board Bates. DKESSING "Wβ have a firat-cla Cleaning Plant in -which we can DBEBS SEED on growers' account at Lowest Current Bates. . KAYE & CARTEE, LIMITED, ■■\ ■ ■ ■ 153 Hereford Street, ChristchurcH Cocksfoot Motor Threshers. PENINSTJE,A APPRECIATION.

MR. JOHN R. NEWTON, Akaroa, writes as follows, February 16,1914: — " Just a line to let 3-on know my ThreshiDg Machine Arrived safely, and that it is doing good v> ork; co far lam more than satiified. Wβ started ' threshing on Monday last alter lunob. The seed was not quite dry, and ■would not have threshed with but the maohine got it all out. We have bad some dull aad foggy weather through the week, and the seed was never fit for the flail 1 mtil yesterday, bat with the maohine I was able to get some seed every day. For the week we have threshed 200 bags with only an average of 4 J men," : We would advise in'iiending purchasers to order early for next season. ANDREWS & BEAVEN, LIMITED. MANU'tfACTUREBS, CHRISTOHUROH, N.Z BEATH'S .. OUR CLAIM .. I T II OUr v Claim that people livin & oufc of towil CSLa do their shopping ! through our Mai t-OanEß department moro craickly, more eafasfactorJy, and with less trouble and expetwe, than if they did it m person. Wβ buy for- cash in the best markets, and our resident i buyers keep uc, supplied with the latest novelties in fashion- i SEAL ,„ able r ood 8» so that in selection, quality and price, ! We Gin challen K° comparison with any house in the i JRlttii§||jMb Doir imon We have a stall of expert buyers who i JfjiSsßftm attK " d iO the eiecution of mail-orders. They act as i you);i«presenttitiveß and buy for you to ensure your < eati rfaetion. AJI goods are aenfc on the strict ; '' unc lerstaading that, if unsuitable, they may be j| , eto ret'irned and the money refunded. Now, we want E ', you to test our claim., Our guarantee protects you thoroughly, and ! ! we take all the risk. Write lor patterns of any materials and we will j ', be pleased to ftjmar d them. j BEATH & CO., LTD., GHRISTGHURGH. |

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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