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BALLANTYNES jM®> Illustrate a Leading Style in ' ff/ * COSTUME FASHIONS for Autumn and Winter Wear. k, very becoming style shows a well--Is£ *■ tailored Costume i,n Cheviot Serge. The smartly-cut Coat is finished with ' MmMmm large velvet buttons to match the black velvet collar, and lined ivory satin. In Copper,' Tan, Brown, Saxe, w£& Grey ' Pur P !e and Fawn ' ■T> • mO'A --le rnce »** . **s. The smart and serviceable Hat shown may IIHH_F" be. obtained in Felt or Straw, trimmed ||y||||l|_H velvet'and ribbon. In Black dr any colour. - H| Wi \ ..■'■■■ POSTAGE FREE. BSIII \ Discount of 1/- off every £ for Cash. •■ JBn Ballantynes.. 'IB? CHRISTCHURCH _^ _-_________a_aßEa____________p_Bri^ A Gleasi Scalp and Healthy Hair the use pt __. . __. Nyal's Hirsutone ■<••'. dry the hair before combing. J-'S-DODDS «*'.»»■ LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA.

COCKSFOOT. We are BUYERS at Highest Market Rates OX \J Xiii.VTJ-i Wg have ample Btorag6 Accommodation at LYTTELTON at Harbour Board . • Kates. DRESSING We have a first cla Cleaning Plant in which we can DBESS SEED, on growers' account at Lowest Current Rates. & CARTER,' LIMItED, 153 Hereford Street, Christchurch Cocksfoot Motor ThreshersEN INSULA APPRECIATION. MR. JOHN R. NEWTONr Akaroa, writes as follows, February 16, 1914:— " Just a line to letfou know my Threshing Macbioe arrived and that it is doing good work; so far I am mure than satisfied. .We stnrtea I threshing on Monday last alter lunch. The eeed was not gui c dry, and ' would not have threshed with the flails, but the maoh.ne got it all out. w have bad some dull and foggy weather through tbe week, and the seed was never fit for the nail until yesterday, but with the machme I vvas able to get . Fomo seed every day. For the week we have threshed 200 bags with only an average of 4J men." \ We would advise inte-dinfy_m.cha3ers to order early for next season. • ANDREWS & BEAVEIi, LIMITED. MANUFACTURERS, CHRISTCHURCH, N.Z

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4382, 27 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4382, 27 March 1914

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