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i -■■■■... ... i i j , m m , nilll MONEY, MONEY WE ha?e £10, v)>) to LEND on FreehfjW seourUym vir'om sums. MEARES AND WILLIAMS! Holioitora, lavaud Street, Akaroa Office Lit •,. River first Tbnndn n wirh month, a'«o Vvauebolle. every Salt MONEY TO LEND 7 TI7E have various sums Trust r i other Money or Inveß.mentu Lowest Current Rates of Interest. Borrowers oan arrange to pay off in .am* onm themselves.. w. c. n. bishop': Hereford Street Chambers, Chrietohurob. notice/ ') ~~~ !TV 1) to Oli es in No. 11l 'I'.oi[)fd Stnat, Christ j*nrari (nearly opposite Bank of New Zeala id). F. K. HUNT,. _ Solicitor, Cbristchnrob. —__^^^SNOTICES. C O^jREILLY SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, COACHBUILDEB WHSELWRIOHT AND COACH PAINTER. Buggies, Gigs, Trap"s7Dr fl y B , etc., built aro . repaired. Tyiwng done on. the'shortest notice. Rubber Tyres supplied if required. Secondhand, traps bought, sold, or exchange SADDLERY NOTICE. p thanking the Peninsula people for tbe JL patronage they have accorded me foe tit 81 ? /,? a 1' l bo * :o announce tha I have bought the busine-s hit sly carried on » Duvauchelle by Mr D. McMillan, an J intend vJh n, !t tt BranCh BUSiDe33 fn «onn.n?S «sh my Akaroa one, opening at Duvauohello one day per week, namely «♦«"«•»«• EVERY FRIDAY/ mS^ 8 r iu3t landed m y shipment of-Cow r 2t,/ " Cow Cove « also in stock in both shops, JOs to 15s. Whif a " d ( . aes ° rtme D' of General Saddlery, Bits, Spure, Oils, etc., also -Canvas Riding Coats and Oilskins All Kecairs done as boob as possible ' "• c. dlerck, saddler, ASA'.OA AND DUVAUCHELLE "aTMOTTRAWL ~~ H. MOTTRAM IS NOW SHOWING— New Enrlish Tweed and Worsted Suits New Scotch Tweeds veai Harris Twueds 'hw Colonial V weeds and orsteds Mew ■• Breeches and Siddls Tweeds LADIES COSTUMES IN LATEST i. FASHIONS. i You are certain to find something t) please you, and you cannot get better service than I can give you ill regard to Fit, Style and Price> H. MOTTRAM, TA'LOR AKAROA ■■ ' ' " I II II I in n I Before going out 1 drink a cup of mww 1 Mid it Warm*, Comforts -. | and Cheers. »

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 30 December 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 30 December 1913

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