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1. £.. lAilAJii * OL'. vv JtxJ." J, JL J. ( £xU KJ ©Us. NOW is the time to think about making gifts to your friends at Xmas, and we would advise a visit to T.E. TAYLOE AND GO'S who have made groat preparations for a huge display of all the very latest novelties in Mercery, Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Bags, Gloves. Travelling Requisites, Perfamery, Fancy Soaps, Watches, Jewellery, Clocks, Trinket Boxes, Glove Boxes, Fans, Blotting Pads, Stationery, Safety Razors, Photo Frames, Aluminium Ware, Purses, Pin Cushions, Basket Ware, etc , etc [ HOME 1 I t0J1 37 Akaroa has just arrived eludes Booklets with selec tions from Shakespeare and all the poets, Note Books, Thought Treasures, Dainty Pin Boxes, Miniature Crockery Ornamentsetc, etc. The Electro Department is stocked with exceedingly choice and natty articles of yery fine designs SATSUMA WARE. This exquisite and unique ware makes a most pleasing present, and is easily packed for transmission through the post.. The variety includes Teapot?, Vases, Boxes, and Ornaments in endless shapes. Post Cards, Xmas and New Cards. A large assortment of Books ny all the best authors. I II WSSfr/ The 2>eiigHt of all f, I I Boys cxnd Oifls. 01/lra 10k Bring them along and give jklzM them a merry time this festive Horses, Magic Lanterns, Tea els - Tedd y Bears, Soldiers, jf Cinemfttographs, Drums, Ships, Buckets, |f6 \nTjy) Paints, Dolls, Guns, Trumpets, Soldiers, #&l\W/ Motors, Trains, Steam Engines, Tricycles, j Mechanical Working Models, Prams, Carts y\ Bats, Soldiers, Balls, etc. s Grocery Department. T^ ] KS#£ f heavy stocks in all "" ~ lines of Groceries. Full supplies of Sugar and Xmas Fruits. Prime Smoked Xmas Hams, delicious flavour. Confectionery. Chocolates. Biscuits. • Tobacco, ~ Cigars Cigarettes THE MERCHANTS, Coupons* Please note NO Coupons will be exchanged from December 18,191;), to January 5, 191-1

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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