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A GLOVE * "?' for all times. "Eclipsair Leather Gloves are strong encugh for Biding, Driving, or Cycling; and the? are smart enough for dress wear. TAN ONLY. 2/11 a Pair WRITE 'FOR A PAIR BEATH &CO. LTD., JAMES MITCHELL, Managing Director Christ church.

Just Landed Direct from Great Britain - 50 Carpet Ends 8/11,,4/6,4/11 50 Carpet Ends (Axminster) 9/11, 10/Velvet Pile Carpet, 7/9 yard, 27in, wide. Brussels Carpet, 4/3 yard, 27m wide Hearth Rugs from 4/11 Rmking Hats, wove, 1/9, all colours [ Big assortment Motor Scarfs in reversible shades, wool and Bilk New shipment Tapestry and Velvet Pile Table Covers, from 10/6 to 75/6, New Blankets straight from the mill New sweet Kapoo specially prepared in New Zealand, loose and in lib packets—the »W finest of Kapoo. ™ " * New Casement Curtains, with insertion and edcinß. „ v a • i BW Z *' En P k A B % m and W doa Me width French Serges, speoial quality, imported direct from the manufacturer* &/11 yd. worth */li A big range Hoyle's F quality Print, imported direct andl offered"t eVviog pKee. '" New Seal for sets, in black from 12/6 lej r "=*;

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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