iHM M| , . :.. ' -.V-i PYNE & CO _ WOOL SEASON. 1913-4-4. WE desire to again thank Peninsula V 00l Growers and others for the liberal support accorded ua during past and previous seasons' transactions, and to announce that we are now receiving Consignments of Wool EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET Those of our Clients who have visited our Wool Warehouse have noted its dimensions and up to date conveniences for the prompt handling and displaying to best advan'age the varous Wool Clips plaoed with us for disposal. Our system ol keeping in touch with owners from Ibe time wool arrives in store until it is disposed of, alike as regards aeknowedge. mcnts we l ghts, valuations, etc, is weliknown, and the same careful methods will be oon< tinued, owner's interests being rrotected in every posEible way. our Lyttelton Agtnts give immediate attention to all consignments arriving ex- ebSp, and such Wool is landed at our store w thin a few hours after reaching Port, ORDERS FOX WOOLP/CKS, CORNSACKS, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL arid-other SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will be immediately executed. We shall be pleased to forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms upon app'ioaUon Christctiurch Wool Sale Dates for 1913-14. Ist sale-THURSD&Y, NOVEMBER 13 2nd sale-WEDNEBDAY, DECEMBER 10 3rd sale- MONDAY, JANUAR< 12 4th saIe—THURSDAY, FEBRUAB.Y 12 Catalogues close seven days before each sale date Wool for Local Sale should be consigned- " PINE & CO , CHRISTCHURCH." 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 of 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 used annually on over 250,000,000 sheep. Of the 504 awards ttt the 1911 Royal Show of England 490 were won by users of "Cooper." At the 1911 Sydney Sheep Show J l7 dit oi 158 prizes were won by usera of '• Coopar," and at the Tasmanian 1911 Sheey Lbow y I out c£ a possible C 9 prizes were won by " Cooper" upere." The faota speak for thenuslves. I MR. ARTHUR WRIGHT, LITTLE HIVER, is our District Agent, and will be glad «, to receive partieukrs of Stock, Wool, etc, and to assist owners in any possible way, * ■ ." PYNE AND COMPANY, Wool Brokers.
STEWART DAWBON, & CO —~ DAINTY ' • If you do nol sec win! you w.uH write for our FRKTMLLUSTKATED CATALOGUE. We hold the finest selection of dainty designs in tile Dominion, from inexjensive Pendants costing a few shillings to Diamond Or;iatu>.iits running into hundreds of pounds. Pedant or Brooch, J 2114.—9 ct. Gold H 6377.-9 ct. Gold Set witliTo;az Pendant,, Set with Pearl-set Pendant or Ce.itre and Pearls, in Garnets, 21/- Brooch, in ft nice case, Morocco Case, - t> £4 T 4175 —15ct. Gold Aqua- Turquoise and Pearl-set j3970.-New Design marine and Pearl-set Peudant, m Morocco 9 ct. Gold Peridot Fendant, with Necklet, in Case, and Pearl-set Pendant, a Morocco Case, £8/7/8 £2/10/- £7/10/- . . Stewart Dawson & Co. (n.z.) Ltd. WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS, 236-238 HIQH ST., CHRISTOHUROHi MHERES LUCK|
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