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■ JPYNE & 00 WOOL SEASON. 1913-44. WE desire to again thank Peninsula Wool Growers and others for the liberal support accorded us during past and previous seasons' transactions, and toannounoe that we are now receiving Consignments of Wool EITHER FOB LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET Those o! our Clients who have visited our Wool Warehouse bare noted its dimensions and upJo date conveniences for the prompt handling and displaying to best advantage the varous Wool Clips placed with m for disposal, Oar system of keeping in touoh with owners from the time wool arrives in store until it is disposed of, alike as regards aeknowedge. ments, weights, valuations, eto, is wellknown, and the same careful methods will be com tinued, owner's interests being jroteoted in every possible way. our Lvttelton Agents give immediate attention to all consignments arriving ex nbip, and such Wool is landed at our store w thin a few hours after reaching Fort, ORDERS FOR WOOLPACKB, CORNSACKS, TWINE, BRANDING MATERIAL and other SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will be immediately executed. We shall be pleased to forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms npon application CHristcKurcH Wool $ale Dates for 1913-14. Ist saIe—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 2nd saIe—WEDNEBDA¥. DECEMBER 10 3rd sale-MONDAY, JANUARt 12 4th sale— 12 Catalogues close seven days before each Bale date > Wool for Local Sale should be consigned—" PYNE & CO , CHRISTCHUROH." If intended for shipment—"PYNE & CO., c/o N.Z. Shipping Co., LYTTELTON." District Stock Sales. We hold MONTHLY SALES of Live Stock at LITTLE RIVER, dates o! which will be duly advertised, and for which we are glad to receive entries. ( We are chief Agents in Canterbury Kaikoura for Cooper's Sheep Dip, which preparation is ÜBed annually on over 250,000,000 cheep, Of the 504 awards at the 1911 Royal Show of England 490 were won by ÜBere of " Cooper." At the ,1911 Sydney Sheep Show 117 out of 158 prizes were won by users of '"Cooper," and at the Taemanian 1911 Sheep Show 51 out of a possible 69 prizes were won by " Cooper "users. The faoti speak for themselves. MR. ARTHUR WRIGHT, LITTLE RIVER, is our District Agent, and will be glad to receive particulars of Stock, Wool, eto, and to assist owners in any possible way, PYNE AND COMPANY, Wool Brokers.

STEWAET DAWSON, & CO — ■■ DAINTY • \ - Pendants & Necklets. If you do not see what you want write for our FREE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. We hold the finest selection of dainty designs'in the Dominion, frciu inexpensive Pendants Costing a few . shillings to Diamond Ornaments running into hundreds of pounds, Pendant or Brooch, J 2114.—9ct. Gold H 6377.-9 ct. Gold Set with Topaz Pendant, Set with Pearl-set Pendant or Centre and Pearls, in Garnets, 21/- Brooch, in a nice case, Morocco Case, ~ * 44 ™ J 4175. —15ct. Gold Aqua- Turquoise and Pearl-eet J397o.—New Design marine and Pearl-set Pendant, in Morocco 9 ct. Gold Peridot Pendant, with Necklet, In Case, and Pearl-set Pendant, a Morocco Case, 4S/7/8 JE2/10/- ~ 47/10/Stewart Dawson & Go. (N.z.) Ltd. WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS, 136-233 HIQH ST., CHRISTCHURCHi

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 18 November 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 18 November 1913

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