Smart Styles in Winter Coats AT BALLANTYNE'S Inoluding— I ) THE NEW MILITARY COAT TWEED AND CLOTH COATS DRIVING COATS WALKING COATS B From i' 01c tn ?Rq ' ,ie,r .4 N IU tVV LADIES AND CHILDREN 1 f s B ; Full particulars and Sketches Mailed by Return through I 2 A SPECIAL POSTAL ORDER DEPARTMENT. 3 3 On application to 'J. BALLANTYNE U J 6c CO _ ; dunsiable CHRISTCHURCH BOCSE ! KAYE & CARTER > Grain and Seed Merchants. 9 I BUYERS OF COCKSFOOT AT HIGHEST MARKET RVT.-Sg. 3 ______ : /arms' Seed (leaned and Stored on Owners' Account \At (ur LYTTELTON STORES, or consigned to" IhelLondon and Continental Marke ! OORNSAOK3 AND TWINE ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE i Scad to be forwarded to KAYE AND CARTER'S SIDING, LYTTELTON ' Postal Address : Christchurch. ' THE WHISKY WHICH IS COMING TO STAY IS Wm. TEACHER & SONS, GLASGOW Celebrated and Famous} "Highland Cream" Whisky ASK FOR IT This Grand Whisky is protected by the ■« Trades Marks Act," and no other Whisky branded "Highland Cream" is genuine. Genuine Pure Whisky will never injure tho system; it is the common inferior stuff whioh is the cursy of the world. Get Teacher's Popular Whisky, which is all the rage in the Commonwealth and Can terbury, New Zealand. [ This Whisky is now being placed ia the Dmediu Market, and to be had from all I respectable Hoteikaepera. ABK FOR IT AND NOTHING ELSE. Bole Agents for South Island : FREDK. CROSS 6c SON, CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LIV, Issue 2879, 3 June 1904

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LIV, Issue 2879, 3 June 1904

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