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KAYE AND CARTER Cocksfoot .:■-■' '. • - " ~'k We are BUYERS at Highest Market Rates - We have ample Storage Accommodation i at LYTTELTON at Harbour Board . . . Rates. DKESSJNG ' Wβ have a first-ela Cleaning Plant in we can DSESS SEED on growers' account afc Lowest Curren Bates. KAYE& CARTER. 153 Hereford Street, CKristcHurcK - STEWART DAWSON, & Cv , • "Treasure House" Medals IN ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS. We post our Illustrated Catalogue Free. J6604.-SilVer Medal. Gold. 30/-; 15ct. Gold 164.--Medal, 9ct. GeU with Gold Centre,s/6 • 55/- ,5, 15ot fgf[ Others, 3/6 to 8/6 Bflver., 4/1 < ■ J 3590.—9ct. Gold , Medal, 27/6; in 15ct J 63H.-M«dal, Ut. «8877.-Heavy Sot. ' Uohl - st ' m Gdd Hrt! 15«t. I Gold Medal, 32/6 *•'" I tsot. Gold, 78/- I ' '* C^ /■ m I ~H1839.-Medal. 96t. J 6508-Medal, 9ot. J6313.-New Deeigß ' Gold, 12/6; 15ot. Gold, £1; 15ot. Gold , , Sot. Geld Medal, tt]% 1 Gold, 18/6 35/- 15ct. Gold. 3s/- ---! STEWART DAWSON & W(U) Ltd. I ; JEWELLERS, » I HIGH STREET, CHRtSTCHURCH. jl 1 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■. t r ' — jjgL B for the finest Old . ' Scotcn wnisKy D@llC3t6 in flavour* H Consistent ' ■ in quality, j^a^ Light to "W^ digest; L^ Proprietors: . PDbhiursOm'**! I The JJISTILLERS , j psfe£gy£o Largest Scotch Whisky Distillers in the World. ! S^*J^^Sf^ , Capital employed, over ' > . > ssy-jji,'n^^^^ EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. ; Sγ 2 '^""©!" AGENTS: *g" FLEtCHEB, BUMPHBEYS AND GO. j BlHaHl^fl CHRISTCHURCH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 2 June 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 2 June 1914

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