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For Autumn, and Winter Wear I The New Viyellas are as smartly serviceable as ever. 50 inches wide 2/9 per yard All-Wool Delaines in Floral, Spot and Stripe Styles. 27/29 inches wide 2/5 per yard Cream Unshrinkable. Wincey I in heavy Winter weight. 1 56 inches wide, 2/9, 2/11 per yard J PATTERNS SENT POST FREE I ON APPLICATION. J Ij&li&HtyESS Christchurch i -~. mi Ihi ii ■■■■ Mjj^rjiiiiiyir mi ""*HnmjMrT™ mre^"'r^^ - > The summer sun— !*!s># I For those who keep fMCE CREAM l\ I 491 j^SXHn^K Nyal'e Face Cream near I IIPII I n^tsXm, And keens it white ■ WpxiuKnt* 1 ; |||§P I Ml FAMILY j/f| NYAL'B FACE CREAM no s«wj I) 1 Fpoit \>QU kw jus ho* aoa-)yina; it M"> have the faae *m»rt and fill up with freokle the momeat you exoo«e yourself to the sun—how it continues to burn and sting oog afto you have retired The frequent use of —— 16 NyaTs Face Cream 16 (with peroxide) will safeguard you against any such unpleasantness; Invaluable for Sun-burn and Freckles; aots as a mild Skin Bleach and does not cause the growth of hair. When applied gently it is absorbed immediately, leaving the skin soft, smooth and delightfully fragrant. j. s. dodos, Npi Chemist - akaroa.

THE CSanteerbngpy Seed Crompainy *YE ARE BUYERS OF COCKSFOOT

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 17 March 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 17 March 1916

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