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PRICE Sells the First Pair j VALUE Keeps the Customer. This is the Truth about BEATALL Rid Gloves at 1/11 a ?* lr Attracted by the low price, a lady writes for a pair of Beatall Gloves, "Just to see what they are like. . This is all we want; we know that < once she lias tried them she will' be so struck with their value that she will continue to use them. This incident has been repeated times without number, arid- has - brought us hundreds of regular customers. Beatall Gloves never fail to please. You try them. Beath & Co. Ltd. James Mitchell, Managing Director, CHRISTCHURCH.

Annual Clearing SaLgg WEDNESSDAY, JANUARY" -14, 1914. \ ilfiß Owing to the late arrival of Goods and prolonged wet Weather, we are forced to ol stock at once. Exceptional Bargains in all departments. Specially low price* in:-JflH§lpg? Dress Goods. Exceptional bargains in One piece Dresses-100 to select from, 5/3 upwards. Think of it a whole Dress made up and all for 5/3 Trimmed .HaUjMßgpKi Owing to the very low prices, we will no* issue Coupons during Sale time; *kQ J Coupons will be exchanged during Sals time. '"'^'Pi'v^ note: ' "^T COMMENCES WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14; CLOSES FEBRUARRY 20, 19«.'V^- " LE | OBAPBEY EMPORIWK^

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4364, 16 January 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4364, 16 January 1914

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