The postcard publisher is Atkinson Bros, Toronto who started to issue postcards about 1900 but usually of views or on a patriotic theme.
Fast forward to the 1930s and a time of women's emancipation
and a lot less clothes. This retro card is of a advert c1930. It is a beautiful and, as is often the case in Britain, a windy day at the beach. The white cliffs of Dover can be seen in the background. The card says on the reverse "For 60 years, from 1901, Ariel was associated with some of Britain's best motorcycles. After WWII the company became part of BSA" Is the dog hoping for a ride on the bike or just waiting to be taken for a walk?
Postcards for the Weekend theme - Vintage or Retro - the Linky Party is at Connections to the World