BALLANTYNES jftm Illustrate a Leading Style in l|f COSTUME FASHIONS for lK_ Autumn and Winter Wear. • >T*HIS very becoming style shows a well- ' JLmi ■*■ 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 Co PP er Tan ' Brown ' Saxe, _H_r Grey, Purple and Fawn. "%flH ; :'".' Price £4 4s. ■ The smart and serviceable Hat shown may '-.' ■MmBSK' be ° btained in Felt or straw ' trimmcd . '''•' velvet.and ribbon. ' In Black, or any colour. •'■'■'■ i POSTAGE FREE. - ' '■"■■'■ •^' ; 'BIBP ■ V ' Discount of 1/- 'off every £ for Cash. ; ■Bf\ Ballantynes..' Wp~ CHRISTCHURCH A Glean Scalp and Healthy Hair the use ol Nyal's Hirsutone This ia tbe procedure - fWnn-hlv— Wash the hair with warm water and a pure soap-now thoroughly rub the scalp with a stiff brush-apply Hirsutone-rub it in well ana dry the hair before oombing. Please understand ih_t Hir.utone is not merely a hair wash-it ]& 1 While it thoroughly oieww., « -i* P r ~ the roots of the hair—removesall dandruff-yreventß its return anu fie beauty and colour of hair. Nyal's Hirsutone should be on your dressin? table. J- S" DODDS CHEMIST. LAVAUD STBEET, AKAROA. Cocksfoot SKIo^r 1 Threshers. ENINSULA APPRECIATIOK. 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; so far I am more than satisfied. We .tarted h.3hng on Monday last 'alter lunch. The seed was not gui c dry, and wond not have threshed with the flails, but the machine got it all out. We have bad some dull and foggy weatber through the week, and tbe seed w never fit for the flail until yesterday, but with the machine I was able to get average of 4J men," We would advise intending purchasers to order early for next season. ANDREWS & BEAVEN, LIMITED. MANUFACTURES-, OHRISTOHUBOH, N.Z
THANKS. MR AND MRS* JOHN LONDRIGAN AND FAMILY wish to THANK all Relatives and Friends for the many letters, telegrams and floral tributes received in their sudden and sad bereavement. j MAIL NOTICES. EASTER HOLIDAYS. Good Friday to be observed as a close holiday. ails usually despatched on Friday will be olosed at 8 p.m. Thursday. 9th instant, and all posting, boxes -will be, cleared at B 7.30 p.m. Easter Monday—Open between 9 a.m. and -■ 10 a.m. for Post and Telegraph and Telephone business only. Mails will be despatched at usnal hour. The posting boxes will be oloaied at 8 a.m. as usual, No delivery of letters on Good Friday or Easter Monday. H. G. YOUNFMAN, Postmaster
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4384, 3 April 1914
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