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BUSINESS __ I WANTED Hfadaehe 'often'caueed by unsuin.b'e or the want of F P PCt ?'! , /, p _ Q T: '-" s t t^ P ' 1 free. Cheapest firm ip Chris'cburth fer <x surM-. JewellerF, 278 High street, 'Christchurch. WASTED Brooch Pina 3d, Watch ">l Spedaclea from 1/. gnlri"cft?ed 15/. Chpnpe«t Jew ei:ers-always at. Jones & Sons, Jewellers, '278 High street, Übnstchuicn WANTED Enßapemenfßih«;s—we claim to mnke. a*H, nnd slock more Rings ihan nny other firm in Christchnrch liluserntions fen.w-ard' tn meaßurs -ihe ew ni I - fin R er posted free on application. ? ati3faction at J.;iifp & S--np. Jewellers, lib Hign Bti'ret Cbristchureh. WANTED Old Jewellery faked as part pavmpnt. or rpmudr, ChmpeFt Je ChriptchiDch—.Tf nes &■ Sons. 278 Hgh strpr-t. WANTED Wβ hnveircieaspd our staff and Jrvf''fM j>jm)h >'v fl snme day as left Repairs recpived by post cent back by retvun mail 1-y J Soh=.'Jeweller?, High ttreef, Christcburch. WANTED If you want reltabble Watch send our Gwrwioli I.."vrr/ in nris f n liainr, In me. rfiict.s. farms do not vnty I ny» n'p » week— '25/- - 10 years. Jones and Sons, Jewellers, 278 High street. (li'iflei.uich. WANTED We are r'oinu THE businpss quality right, pripps richt. Tpmp to us fn> Hpectaolee nnd Watch and Jewellery Repair.-:- tatisfaciicn at Jones an , ' Kens., Jeweller?, 278 High street, Chiieichurcb, :\ : -JONES &. SON; THE MANUrACIUr.IN'G JEWELLERS 278, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHUROH. R , "* AILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOMS. Superior and Residence for Tourists, Commercials, and Travelling Public generally. Eery Convenience and Courtesy. Hot Meals and Light Refreshments on arrival of the Coachee, MotoiF, anl Trains. Akaroa Coaches and Cars stop at door. TERMS MODERATE. A Bekfry ie nttached to this fine house. First class brefld, scenes, cakes, etc, iresh da U General Sto ppis ftlen attaohpd, where Tobncno, Cigars. Pippp, etc are stocked. Birtbdnv and Wedding Cakes a speciality. Catering done fo* Poc'als, Balls, Picnic Partes Athletic Teams, etc Dinner?, Afternoon Teas, Suppers, etc, to order. MRS M. WRIGHT - - Proprietress. lour Motor Spirits acdSupplies at all hours. MR R WRIGHT h»B rewntly purchased the Stables rpppsite Baineedale House from Fr E Cu3din. Peninsu'H i;.tn i s can be cure of the grpatest possible attei-tion for tbeir bores and vehicles. Spd 1" bo»p- • aUvnvs on hire. Gigs and Traps enu alwejs be hired for any term , i : ~~ ~ ■ ) 'I W.UAY "THE LAST WORD fNCOCOd THE PREMIER ' is a high-class beverage. with an appealing, distinctive flavour. Prepared ; ard - Psp©B*SßSH||ei m from the finest cocoa beans, under ideal conditions, at the Garden Faca tory, Bournville. Caskets ■- ' of highest quality Ohdco- ' lates froe to usere. ESTIMATES GIVEN , Get a Ooupon Starter now. N ONE BUT BEST MATERIALS USED , , ;

. ;^^%'^ v 1 CUSDIN & GO'S BOYAL Dl'E IT ' COACBES EARLY COACH SERVICE. MESSRS CUSDIN & CO wish to an nounee that their eoaebe3 will run between Littlo Biver and Duvauchelle on WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS, to connect with the early moring train at Little River, and to rnf-et the late train on those two evenings. 'J'hc coaches wili leave i Duvaucbelle at 5 30 a m. 1 Intending patrons are rrquested to com municate with Cusdin and Co., Duvauehelle, the previous day. Alsaroa patrons can rnnke arrangements to connect with the ooach at Duvaiiohelle by communicating with Cusdin and Co, Dnvauchelle. Every attention g.vento the delivery of parcels CUSDIN & CO,, PROPRIETORS. i Postal Address Telephone Duvauchello No. 5

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914

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