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MONIT. . MONSY , WE hare £10,C0 ■ \o LEND on FrMhoJJ security in v i ious sums. ME ARES AND WILLIAMS] Solicitor*, Lavaud Street, Akuoft Attend Office Little River first TfewliM in each month, also D.ivauohelle ewrj Sftle Day. MONliiSf TO LEND WE have various sums Trust r 4 other Money or Investment* Lowest Current Kates of Interest. Borrowers can arrange to pay off in .am ■' to suit themselves. W E. D. BIRHOI , Hereford Street Chambers, ° lO ' tOr Christehurcb. NOTICE. U/ :C); ]) to Oli-e, -n .So. Ul I I^'i-l*. Christ ih irch (aevly opposite Bank of New Zealand). F. E. HUNT, ■ Solicitor, Christohurch. BUSINESS NOTICES] ' G. O'EEILLY SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACK3MrTfI, COACHBDILDER WHEELWRIGHT AND COACH PAINTER Buggies, Gigs, Traps, Drays, etc., built ana repaired. , ■ Tyi eing done on the shortest notice, llubber Tyres supplied if required Secondhand trape bought, sold; or exchange SADDLEBY NOTICE. IN thanking the Peninsula people for the patronage they have accorded me for the last six years. I beg to announce tha I have bought the business lately carried on a Duvauchelle by Mr D. MoMil.'au, and intend to run it as a Branch Business in connection wish my Akaroa one, opening at Duvauohelle one dcy per week, namely EVERY FRIDAY. Having just landed my shipment of Cover Material. I can supply Horse Cover* from 12/6 to 25/. Cow Covers ako in stock in both shops, 10d to 15s. A giand assortment of General Saddlery, Whips, Bits, Spurs, Oils, etc, also Canvas Riding Coats and Oilskins. Highest Market Price given for Horsehair and Beeswax. - All Repairs done as soon as possible b. c. dTerck, SADDLER, AKAROA AND DUVAUCHULLE n. MOTTRAM. ~ ~" H. MOTTRAM IS NOW SHOWINGNew English Tweed and * Worsted Suits New Scotch Tweeds Real H arris Tweeds Neyr Colonial Tweeds an \'i orsteds . New Breeches and Saddle Tweeds LADIES COSTUMES IN LATEST. FASHIONS. You are certain to find something to please you, and you cannot get belter service than I can give you in regard to Fit, Style and Price, 11. MOTTRAM, TATLOR AKAROA Before going out I drink a cup of VAN I . . , ■■ _i ll i_ mum wm m» < j COCOA Warms, ComforU Mid Cheers, • .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914

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