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S CREPri de CHINE Is the MOST FASHIONABLE and Favoured Material for Evening and Smart Afternoon Wear; <g> f ♦ ■■■J ■ ;>:■ " ■ WE ARE MAKING A SPECIALITY OF A GOOD QUALITJY, filCti SOFT FINISH CREPE de CHINE 42 j INCHES WIDE j ' .in ,' ' ■■'■;■• ; •■- ■ ', '■•. GREYS SAKE V.ROSE •' SHELL PINK NIL CORAL YELLOW BUTTERCUP CINNAMON NAVY VIOLET PARIAA BROWN MOLE ' CERISE Blouse Length .- 13/*Dress Length - 42/I -. ,■■ _■■ ■. •■ . . •. ■ POSTAGE FREE ' — B ALLkNTYNES C^RISTCHUHCH |_ _ ||> l : ~- -'■: - - I Winter is Coming! NEW SEASON'S FIRST QUALITY . . HOT WATER BOTTLES NOW TO' HAND. I Priofls with Covew-7/6, 8/6, 9/e, 10/6, 11/6 Without covers I/less. i * No old StooK. No Second Quality J* S- DODDS vuMisT, t LAVATJD STREET, AKAROA. Cocksfoot Motor Threshers. \ * ~ > , EN INSULA APPRECIATION. MB. 'JOHN K. NEWTON, Akaroa, writes as follows, Febrnary 16, 1914:----i.,\- > sjfjust » lioirtolet you-know my Threshing Machine arrired safely, and Jf. , \tKai ilfc fa doing good work; bo far lam more than satisfied. Wβ started , threshing'on Monday , last after lunch. The seed waa sot quite dry, and ' would not, have threshed with the flails, but the maohine got it all out. We \ i hare had some dull and foggy weather through the week, and the seed was 1 never fit lor the flail until yesterday, bat with the maohine I was able to get some seed every day. 'For'the week we have threshed 200 bags with only an average of 4£ men," __ .«* . o „ Wβ would advise intending purchasers to order gear or next ,season ' f ' •**» 'aw ANDREWS & BEAVEN, LIMITED. MANUFACTURERS, OHRISTOHUBOH, N.Z.

Reliable Watch which You] can JB&s, r* '} purchase by mH This,is a v».ry strong time p'fepe—made to \MLIK. jJwj&'' «« /V^^m stc.iid bai usagf* ; F»f this rf-ason it is ' yW.)\^&j^J p,< ; eapecia(i>.'f.ui B.hlefor af(*r|net Itkeepi ' aooprafce: : time, and is gue iranteed for-12' . Hl^fcjj^^^^^Sjjj^^^^ months We send it. poet (tee to any ..:•.'.■ '-. '■; ■.'' address. : ■. ■ ..' •. • ","■.■;■• - ' •' '.■-':-""[ ■.' •.'■'■. : ' ■■' ■ v Price £1 Is post free (G, COATES J Cβ., LTD, ; V-''H^^.'S- , 7U COLOMBO Sr.,*CHRISTOHUB

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4396, 15 May 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4396, 15 May 1914

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