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MONEY TT7K hare LEND on InaMi VV seourity In various rams. ÜBABES AND WILLIAMS] i Solidtort, Lavaac* Street, Atairo* Atten.i O.Sae Little Biv*r first Tnnrriaj n each month, also Duvanohelle ever/ Bale MONEY TO LEND \,\7*E have various sums Trust ' Vv other Money or Invesamnt" Lowest Current Rates of Interest. Borrowers can arrange to pay off in '.am '.o suit themselves. W. E. D. BISHOP, SoUeitor Hereford Street Chambers, Christchnrob. ~~ . NOTICE. ' rv''■t i'; ■» to Office* in Xo. IU" t'-i')'!, Christc'iunh (nearly opposite Dank of New Zealand)!' F. K. HUNT, Solicitor, Christohuroh. BUSINESS NOTICES. C. O'EEILLY SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, COACHBUILDER WHEELWRIGHT AND COACH PAINTER. Buggies, Gigs, Traps, Drays, etc., built ana repaired. Tyreing done on the shortest notice; Rubber Tyrea supplied if required. Secondhand traps bought, sold, or exchange SADDLEIIY NOTICE. IN thanking the Peninsula people for tbe " patronage they have accorded me for the- last sis years, I to announce tha I nave bought the business lately carried on ■' Duvauch.lle by Mr D. MiNilian, and intend o run it as a Branch Business in connection ■vi*h my Akaroa one, opening at Duvauchelle i one diy per week, namely EVERY FRIDAY. ' Having just landed my shipment of Cover Material, I can supply Horse Covers' from 12/6 to 25/. Cow Covers also in stock ia oolb sbops, 10s to 15s, A grand assortment of General Saddlery, Whips, Bits, Spurs, Oils, etc., also Canvas. Biding Coats and Oilskins. ; Higheit Market Price given for Horsehair : »nd Bjeswax. All ReDairs done as soon as possible. v. c. merck; SADDLER, AKAROA AND DUVAUCHELLE t« i>iimga—a^a^a— uwrnma^a^— a^a^a^a^a^aw^^^^^ ~ ri. MOTTRAM. : H. MOTTEAM IS NOW SHOWING— New 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 find somethlO| to plpase you, and you cannot ge better service than I can give you il regard to Fit, Style unci PriceH. MOTTRAM, TAILOP AKAROA ! Before going out ■ drink a cup of I van I HOUTENI COCOA I Warms, ComfortsH Cheers. *H

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4376, 3 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4376, 3 March 1914

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