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T. B. TAYLOB * CO. WAI-ITI HOUSE. SPRING NOW in full swing. Uall and inspect our Showroom and Drapery Department now full of the very Latest Novelties imported direct from Home manufacturers, including Children's Kush Hats with leather #H St| • trimmings, 1/6 each (le&S&ll Children's Sun Bonnets and Hats, for 3/I1 4/0 5/n s Yi ' r y P rett . v Read-to-wear Straws from 3/6 to 6/6 s> TsS/K - ,jaclies ' ver .y fmart Ready-to s^/ fIBR straws from 4/6 to 10/6 \ *Wzw ladies P»"& Models from 21/- to Ljadies , Ready-to-wear Cotton -^^^^^^B stripe Crepe Dresses from 10/6t022/6 misLssr Ready to-wear Blouses from vllmyv 4/6 to 10/6 /*^T'^^W?\ L piece Costumes frc m 8/6 Wh %S » i a test Novelties in Lace Neck- J|L _Ny \; v. ear from 1/-to 3/6 m ill \J» w|^%Salwh^w^^**vNT A Jlitll I I ff jf & W&> ifflr Vβ II! I \ i( Silk and Wool Cooleens, latest l||| || 1. ff goods for Summer Wear, - [|\| 11 I O«nton Cloths, in all the || || j shades 7^ 2 d and yard _J| |||f • Japanese Crepe Cloths, &%d and © "^^^HM^ Double width Dress Goods, best colours, from 1/11 and 2/11 per yard L'.rgf f=tock of Boys' and Men's Clothing and Mercery just t hand. Spring Cleaning, NOW is your opportunity for purchasin ihe very latest designs in Casemec Linos, Oilcloths,.etc. Our Motto is Small Profits and Quick Returns. 0 tr V, *T.F. TAYLOR & CO. THE MERCHANTS, ble Wai-iti House, Akaroa ;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4348, 7 November 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4348, 7 November 1913

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