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..... •• . .' ! '■■'■ : : ".'■PXNE.& co ■ '- ■ I , WOOL . SEASON."VJE7E desire to again thank Peninsula V- 00l Growers and others for the liberal support VV accorded us during past and previous seasons' transactions, and lo announce that we are now receiving . Cdnslgitnsents .of Wool EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR BHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET Those of our Clients who have visited our Wcol Warehouse have noted its dimensions, and cony- niencesfor the prompt handling and displaying to best advantage the" . varous Wool Clips j>Lice;i with us tor disposal, Our system ol keep touch with own ers from th« time wo.l .mives in store unit it is disposed of ahkd as regards aoknowedge. ments. we ghts, valuations, *-:>c, is-wellknown, and the same careful methods will be con> tinned, owner's interests being j rotected in every possible way. our Lyttelton Agtnts give immediate attention to all couEignmrnts arriving'ex ship, and such Wool is lauded at our store w thin a few hruis after reaching Port. ORDERS FOR WOOLP/CKS, COttNSACKS, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL and other SHEARING-REQUIREMENTS will be immediately executed. We shall be pleased to forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms upon app'ication !Christcliu> eh Wool Sale Dates or 1913-14. mi I Catalogues close seven days before each sale dat 9 Supplementary Wool'Sale—FßlDAY, MARCH 15. Wool for Local Sale should be consigned-"PYNE & CO , CHRISTCHURCH." If intended for shipment—"PlNE & CO., c/o N.Z. Shipping Co., LYTTELTON," -Dl&trlot Sfe@k: Sales. \. We hold MONTHLY SALES of Live Stock at LITTLE RIVER, dates of whioh will I be duly advertised, and lor which we are glad to receive entries. | We are chief Agents in Canterbury Kaikoura for ' . 1 . * Cooper's Sheep Dip, - I which preparation is used annually on over 250,000,000 sheep. Of the sui awards at the a 1911 Royal Show of England 490 were won by users of " Cooper." At the 1911 Sydney | Sheep Show 117 out of 158 prizes were won by users of " Cooper," and at the Tasmania!! I 1911 Sheep Show 51 out of a possible 69 prizes were won by " Cooper " users. The facts speak for themselves. I, MR. ARTHUR WRIGHT, LITTLE RIVER, is our District Agent, and will be glad to receive particulars of Stock, Wool, etc, and io assist owners in any possible w»y, PYNE AND COMPANY, Wool Brokers. STEWART DIW SON, & CO "" : V ' y\ IAMAN ANAID-CUPID_ : You know what the result is. As soon as the man l, gets over the first pleasurable shock of the engagement, his thoughts will wander to the Engagement f , Ring. He will want to give her the Best Ring he can afford to buy, and if he would be sure of the Best Ring for the amount he is prepared to spend, I he will at once write to Stewart Dawson's for their Special Ring Catalogue and Ring Size Card. We show five of the most popular designs, and for value they are unequalled in the Dominion. I A 261—5 Fine White ~„. „. , ,„. . Diamonds. £20. A 30.—4 Diamonds, A 228.—5 Diamond!, Larger Stones, an d 3 Rubies or £10/W----£25 £27/10/' £38 Sapphires, £5/10/'■ „ s , ma Ul? Stones, unwards Larger Stones, £5/5/- £6/10/- £7/11/----1 , £6/10/- £8/10/- £8/10/I. „„.■, „f #V All 2-2 Diamond!, A 30.—2 -Diamonds, 3 £f\- i, Ifa~\ 3 Rubies or Sap. Sapphires or Rubies f I -\ jKJii ) phireaS £5/18/----£3/- iyft \* /jf-' •: [ ■ Larger Stonei. i Larcer Stones, h r ~ m> \ £6/18/- £7/10/- £8/11/STEWART / 236 and 238 ■ I DAWSOSVS lu\ \\\ I / H »g h Street, & CO, (N.Z.) Ltd. JJO) W7WF< . Christchurch.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4376, 3 March 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4376, 3 March 1914

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