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BUSINESS NOTICES. IFtMfl Save I b£rjl £16 obi a New Organ I Great Chance for Sunday Schools 9 V9(jr?j|Y/ and Parents ■ Having given up the Piano and Oraan Department I of our business, we are clearing all remaining in- I struments at a trifle over HALF former prices. 9 All the Pianos have gone. We have only 8 I« Organs left, and they must go. This is an excep- 1 tional chance for Sunday Schools, Kindergartens, I and Paterfamilias, to secure a high-grade instru- I ment at bargain prices. I NOTE THESE MONEY SAVINGS AND WRITE AT ONCE- | _E25 Organs go for £15 i £30 Organs go for £21 £42 Organs go for £25 I I WRITE FOR PAKTICULAtf S< | : 1 ~~ ' " JLJP mJLl>%*gf B , jl I E. C. BROWN, Manager. CHRISTCHURCH4I , .. ,— _— ' H@TEL H-ETi-OPOLE, MJ-ROA made to provide an ' -' | excellent table. Lunoh from 1 p.mto 2 p.m. Local Lunch from 1 to 2 p.m. charge 1b The Spirits Wines, and Beers in stock will always be carefully selected from the i best brands, and disposed of at the lowest current rates. Speight's Beer always on draught. "= ■ BILLIARD AND BAGATELLE TABLES. GOOD STABLING. - SPLENDID MOTOR-GARAGE . WEDERELL BROS, Proprietors BKUCE HOTEL, AKAKOA W. H PARKIN, PROPRIETOR. A visitor, who stayed at the Bruce Hotel recently, wrote the following under the heading:— THE AKAROA ALPHABET. A Akaroa, with its beautiful bay, 0. is for oysters gulped gracefully down, B for the BRUCE where all wise people stay P' stand? for Pompey, the pride of tha town, C for the crayfish, the cherries, the cheese, Q might be quarrels—don't thrive in this air D the Domain where we loaf at our ease, It for the rowing boats manned by the fair; E for the envy poor townspeople feel, S stand* for seasickness and Scenery, Nook F for the flounders, well met at eaoh meal. T for the tourists unruly waves shook, G fo. th. gardens of lily and rose, U for the union or Briton and Gaul, H for tha harbour where fleets might repose V very good views, we sampled them all, I is for idleness indigenous here, Waterfall tempts us that high road to take 1 ;, J for the junketings, known far and near ; X for "Xqpisite 1" sighed as we wonder and X stands for kindpess to visitors shown, ache. L■' for the lovers left blissful alone. V Aknrca jcunpEters fo meny and brrv-n, M—Akaroa males, they are not at all eby. Z for tbe zeal übicb bus v.riti;n this dew N a newspaper— Mail (this is spelt with an i) LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Starting Point and Terminus Royal Mail Coaoheß. PHONE 14 LAUNCHES, BATHING, FISHING, • 4... ——-_-—————————————- • , ' . "

CROWN BREWERY. THE Celebrated SPARKLING ALES ol the Crown Brewery Company can be obtained at the following PENINSULA > HOUSES:—' [ MR- H. W. PIPER, Madeira Hotel Akaroa. MR. W. PARKIN, Bruce Hotel, Akaroa. MR J. GASKIN,' Somerset Hotel, Duvauchelles MR W. NEWTON Hill Top Hotel, Barry's Pass. MR G. WHITMOBE, Lake Forsyth Arms, Little River _ r CROWN BREWERY BEER IS UN--2 RIVALLED A. T. MUTTON, TIMBER MERCHANT, NORWICH QUAY, LYJTELTON ig 'y ALL kinds of Building. Material fctpt i '8 _C_L stock, including JARBAB fcl-L ] 38 POSTS AND STAKES. j All Orders promp y attended to. Prices on application. ' "' 1 '" '. '•■*■■ 7"'- .***:■"*■.'

"AKAROA MAIL Printers and . Publishers ADVERTISEMENTS "Wanteds" Is cash for 14 words only Casual advertisements 3s per nch Standing Advertisements as p.r arrangement Job Printing We bave gradually accumulated a fine Jobbing Plant of the latest machinery, and are now ready to deal promptly and accurately with Jobbing Work of all descriptions put into our hands. We can execute Printing required by all Business Firmß — Billheads Memorandum Forms, Invoices, Price Lists, Printed Envelopes, Receipts, Our Telephone number is 13. WE ABE LOCAL AGENTS FOR TBE STANDARD INSURA : 3 i * W~Jr mCk lC* VsT 1 i If' '&Z I _n___: __. __. ■ _t% 1 m # •**& 1 V_____/ I !L fr BAG BLUE READY FOR USE. BAGS.—As a guarantee of qu »• "RECWT'g* ia on each

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4384, 3 April 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4384, 3 April 1914

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