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BALLANTYNES i Illustrate a Leading Style in ! MWJ COSTUME FASHIONS for Autumn and Winter Wear. .IJT HpHIS very becoming style shows a welljM?\ ••*■ tailored Costume in Cheviot Serge. The smartly-cut Coat is finished with large velvet buttons to match' the- black MMMIMwWBk velvet collar, <md lined ivory satin. In Co PP< ?r ' Tan > Brown ' 3axc » Bm Grey, Purple and Fawn. Fnce »4 tcS. ™JWEmsW The smart and serviceable Hat shown may be obtained in Felt or Straw, trimmed velvet and ribbon. In Black or any colour. WllfSmm \ POSTAGE FREE. \ Discount of 1/- off every £ for Cash. , '|Hn BaSlantyo.es.. |J§f? CHRSSTCHURCH ■-' mi————Willi iiwiiiiiiiinrnimr —' >»——■■ ) . a Clem 'Scalp and Healthy Hair Many of vonr friend have found that a luxuriant growth ot . hair ' -Soft and glos-y-and a scalp fr.-o from dandruff will result from the use of _ ■ Nyal s Hirsutonte Th)S with warm water and a pure soap-rinsa rub the Bcalp.with a stiff brush-apply Hirsutone-rnb it in wall and dry tho hair before combing. p,„,. o «i«.tua that hi™.™, b not ■™^'^Z™,^<a£!?v<t«> beauty and colour of hair. Njal's Hirsutone shoal* be on your dressin? table. J- S" DODDS CHEMIST. LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA. COCKSFOOT. We are BUYERS at Highest MarKet Rates OX \J XJ have ampJe g torag6 Accommodation at LYTTELTON at Harbour Board Rates. DRESSING We bave a first cla Cleaning Plant in which we can DRESS SEED on growers' account T at Lowest Current Rates. KAYE & CARTER., LIMITED, I£S Hereford Street, Christchurci* Cocksfoot Motor Threshers. ENINSULA APPRECIATION. MR. JOHN R. NEWTON, Akaroa, writes as follows, February 16, 1914:—, "Just a lino to let you know my Threshing Machine arrived safely, and that it is doing good work; so far I am more than satisfied. We etartea threshing on Monday last alter lunch. The seed was not quite dry, and would not have threshed with the flails, but the machine got it all out. We have bad some dull and foggy weather through the week,.and fte«ee««fu never fit for the flail until yesterday, but, with the machine I wan able to gee f ome seed every day, For the week we have threshed 200 bags with only an average of 4£ men," We would advise intending purchasers to order early for'next season. A&QREWS & BEfiVEN, LIFTED. MANUFACTURERS, CHRISTCHURCH, N,Z

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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