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j . MONEY' I TT7E nave £10,00!) to LEND on FreefcolJ IVY security in various sums. j MEARES AND WILLIAMS] j Solicitors, Lavaud Street, Akaroa j Attend Oilier Little River first Tnursdaj jin eaeb month, also Duvauchelle every Sale MON_.Y TO LEND WE have variouß sum 3 trust other Money or Invesvmon ■*■ Lowest Current Rates of Interest. • .Borrowers can arrange to pay off in .am " to suit themselves. W E. D. BISHOV n . . „ Solicitor -ereford Street Chambers, Christehurch. NOTICE^ v; ; f' ' : > (0 on.-es in <>. iii- \ Sirni. Cirstahn-d'i (inrly opposite Bank of New Zealand). F. K. HUNT, Solicitor, Christehurch. BUSINESS NOTICES^ C. OIiEILLY SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, COACHBUILDER WHEELWRIGHT, AND COACH PAINTER. Buggies, Gigs, Traps, Drays, eto., built ana repaired. Tyreing done on the shortest notice; Rubber Tyres supplied if required. Secondhand traps bought, sold, or exchange SADDLEKY NOTICE. IN thanking the Peninsula people for the patronage they have accorded me for me last six years, I beg to announoe tha I have bought the bueiness lately carried on a Duvaucbelie by Mr D. MoMil'an. and intend to run it as a Branch Business in connection wish my Akaroa one, opening at Duvauchelle one day per week, namely EVERY FRIDAY. Having just landed my shipment of Cover ?7^ c f ia !u, 1 °2. n su PP'y Horse Covers from 12/bto 25/. Cow Covers also in stock in both sbops, 10d to 15s. A grand assortment of General Saddlery Whips, Bits, Spurs, Oils, etc., also Canvas Riding Coats and Oilskins. Highest Ma-ket Price given for Horsehair and Beeswax. All Repairs done as soon as possible h. c. dTerck, SADDLER, AKAROA AND DUVAUCHELLE _____ *■ MOTTRAM. ~ r ~ H. MOTTRAM IS NOW SHOWINGNew English Tweed and Worsted Suits New Scotch Tweeds Real Harris Tweeds New Colonial Tweeds an Worsteds New Breeches and Saddle Tweeds LADIES COSTUMES IN-LATEST FASHIONS. You are certain to finj something to please you, and you cannot get better service than I can give you in regard to Fit, Style and Price, H. MOTTRAM, TAILOR AKAKOA." I Before going out ! drink a cup of * ___ 1 it Warms, Comfort* Mid Cheers. '*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 13 January 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 13 January 1914

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