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I LAI lEB WHO STULI ECONOMY UHE "BeataU" Kid Gloves j To show bow Indies realise tbe T&lue of these famous Gloves, we have only to refer to the number sold. During the last TWELVB MONTHS we have seat out FIFTEEN THOUSAND PalBS of "BeataU" Gloves. If you bave not yet tried! them do 80 at once, Wβ have ihcni in brown, tan, grey, beaver, ohampegne, white with points, and all. Write for a pair to BEATH&CO. LIMITED. Chrisfchurchi

AT -~ LEWITTS , -£?-;■ New Dress Goods * Poplins, Voiles, Swiss Muslins (spots and embroidered) Shantungs, Crepes, Frosted Crepes, and Rosebud Crepes (latest), Persian and Bishop Lawns. . J The latest '-Medici" Neck Frills, Fronts, and ~ 'jj New Costumes and one piece Dresses, white and from 8/11 the robe. \V;V£3Jj One piece Dresses ;in tussore, silk, embroidered /mitslini,Uv» striped crepes, linens, etc» sizes to fit all. . ■ . .- New shipment of latest MlL ; LlNEi||^^^^

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4349, 14 November 1913

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4349, 14 November 1913

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