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oii-irriiiu. BANKS PENINSULA STEAMsnip service. •TIHE Steamers "CYGNET " and « JOH: I ANDERSON" will run as und« (weather and other .circumstances permi in 8> : - Cargo a Cannier Day. Train. Station. Fo?AKAROA and Bays in Akaroa Harbour For LE BON'S BAYygnet Fri 9.55 am 4pm Thu LITTLE AKALOA AND MENZIE! BAY— John Anders'n TU63. 755 am Jpa Moi Joh Anders'n Thur. 7.55 am 4 pm. We< John Andera'n Sat. 7.55 am 4pm Fn. For OKAIN'S BAYAnders'n Tues 7.55 am 4pm Mon ~ohn Anders'n Thar. 765 am. 4pm Wed Anders'n Satur 755 am 4pm Fnc For PIGEON BAYJohn Andere'n Mon. 755 am Noon Sat. John Anders'n Fri. 755 am 4pm Thur For PORT LEVY- ; An-lers'n Wed. 6.80 am 63 Anders'o Wed. 40 pm Noon Wed ' / Special Trips and Picnics can arranged BTEVES3OS, STEWART & CO], elep 349- l 3 0« Manchester Street W D WILKINS & SON 3, ? Agents Akaroa. The Windsor Private Hotel 47 MANCHESTER STREET, CHRISTOBUROH. Phose Number 1204. Ti/rRS JOHNSTON, la>e of Little River. M- has bought the Windsor Private Hote~and asks all her' old Peninsula Frienda to 1 tEXTKND HER THEIR FATRONAGE. TARIF ALL MEALS MODERATE • iS All correspondence will receive prompt attention. Eemember the 'Phone Number 1204. N. G. JOHNSTON. S. W. Hay ward (T.ate J. Haywara) Pinter .Paperhanger, Glazier,' and Picture Framer, BEGS to notify the Public that he has taken over the Business of Mr J. Hayward. and will ;endeavour, by Btnot attention to business, to merit a fair share of patronage. ■_ CHOICE WALLPiPERS IN ALL DESIGNS JUST LANDED Agetat for "Unique" Cast-iron Portable Boiler Frames. Business Premises: Balgoeri SinEEX. Akaroa. IIMB AND WAGES BOOK WE have all the required forms and will print TIME AND WAGES 800K S at the following prices :— Book, 25 pagea .. •• 2s 50 „ •• •• 3s LAST WORD IN C®COA*

/ * — B. KENNETT. Th* Casl * How much are your Ino Oeai Byes worth of a Life Partnership ~£>- l*mnrkoi*rtk*tpl»ln JPS\ ™S«iW' d ' '** Are they worth looking after in order I&hrIJL At it h M«mt to kat • to keep them in perfect condition ? HfotioM, i*t it v m> r*iMl iS2iX?T?«ft Then at the slightest hint of Eye ' k'Jnfw strain visit and .1 Qflj hw KMtotmrrfWeditnf have them, tested. §I If lan WsftMMtdf •< iMii ■ jrw£JKi/-wh ** 9 l * d ** es are eaiefully examined, t"***** , every error of refraction being '''Ov Iriiyii STtSS unerringly revealed; and my 2RSk |wr-S3 » knowledge ensures you getting ' ,f fpj iW|&y'}iW9JSk~ fche right glasses. AH charges ROBT. KENNKTT, very moderate. Jmlkf, 111 I* It R. KENNETT, |IHB PEOPLE'S OPTICIAN, 211, HIGH STBEEI , , CHRIBTOHUROfI ■■■■ .■■;".■■ ; " . ■■'•■■■■■. .<■.'■!

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914