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MOtfEYf * J' *•' ] TT7E bare £10,000 to LEND oe WmkiU JVV SMuritjinTiriooulenms. . ~" MKABSS AMD WILLIAM! BoiMfart, Uvaad Btred.Afctfof Attend Offio* Little River firtt Thrwilf in eaoh month, fcbo Davftoehellt eiWf flito Day - •'-' MONKY TO LEND , > WE bate variooe earns Trurt other Mnmy or Investment" lowest Current Rates of Interest. Borrowers can arrange to pay ofr in to suit themeelvee. , W. E. O. BISHOP, Hereford Street Chambers, Chriptohurob. NOTICE. ; l * * 7 > '.o Oie> in Sfo. 141- - (ne«l/ opposite Bank of New Zealand). P. K. HUNT, .... Solicitor, Chrietehortb. ___J*USINESS NOTICESi, C O'REILLY SHOEING AND ' - GENERAL BLACKSMITH, COACHBUILDER WHEELWRIOfIt, AND COACH PAINTEB Bnggiea, Gigs, Traps, Draye, etc., bail! tod repaJrel. ryreing done on the shortest notice, Rubber Tyres supplied if requind. Secondhand traps bought, sold, or exohanff . SADDLEKY NOTICE. >,' Tti thanking the Peninaula people tor the J- patronage they have accorded me for .he last six years, I beg to announce tha I have bought the busiuese lately carried on » Duvauohelle by Mr D. AfoMilian, and intend to run it as a Branch Business in connection. wish my Akana one, opening at Duvauchelle one day per week, namely EVERY FRIDAY. Having just landed my shipment of Cover ' SJfJ «J °» D Bapply Horße Coveri *w i(u 1 5 /' Cow Cover 3 » lso Btoek ia both shops, 10s to 15s. nru- gr *« d assor ' alent of General Baddtev, , Whips, Bits, Spurs, O.le, etc., also OanvM , Riding Coats and Oilskins. ' - Highest Market Prioe given for Horsehair and Beeswax. All Repairs done as soon ac possible ; H. C. IsrEßck, SADDLER, AKAROA AND DUVAUCH*LLI j±. MOTTBAM. H. MOTTRA:M : 18 NOW SHOWING— New** English Tweed ' and Worsted Suits V,- : N T, ew Scotch Tweeds',' '. Real Harris Tweeds. , 1 1-' New 4 Colonial Tweede ' ti ; - \Vorsteds *\ New Breeches aod Saddle Tweeds LXDIEB COSTUMES IN LATEST FASHIONS. , t You are certain to find something to please you, and you cannot mi better service than I can give jon ia. regard to Fit, Style and Price, H. MOTTRAM. TAILOB ' i AKAROA , Before going out I drink a cup of I I i &ilwd Warms, Comfort! I •' *'.Vjf "

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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