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A GLOVE for all times. "Eclipsall" Leather Gloves are strong enough for Riding, Driving, or Cycling ; and they are .mart enough for dress wear. IN TAN ONLF. 211 a Pair WRITE FOR A PAIR » BEATH & CO. LTD., JAMES MITCHELL, Managing Diiactor ChristcHurcH.

• Just Landed—Direct from Great Britain— VV|| SO Carpet Ends 8/11,4/6, 4/11 /-' 50 Carpet Ends (Axminster) 9/11 in/ 1 , M Velvet Pile Carpet, 7/9 yard, 27in wide. ' Brussels Carpet, 4/3 yard. 27in *■_-_■ •j-AB Hearth Rugs'from 4/11 * '* °wm d»| Einking Hats, wove, 1/9, all colours Big assortment Motor Scarfs in reversible shades, wool and silk "^lll New shipment Tapestry and Velvet Pile Table Covers, from 10/6 to 75/6 -' **^*l^_l New Blankets straight from the mill. ' , <-»B New sweet Kapoc speoially prepared in New Zealand, loose and in lib n_f-k_t-_u,_ --* -$PH finest of Kapoc. t»w«w» we very New Casement Curtains, with insertion and edging. ' - *"' New Tweeds, English. 1/6J and 1/9J, double width ' -.. French Serges, speoial quality, imported direct from the manufaotnrers 2/11 *A »A»th am A big range Hoyle's P quality Print, imported direct and offered at ' 4 V NewSealforseta,inblackiroml2/6 P * v * _' LEwrfTs' -s?i 1 TV^Wi

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914

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