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CREPE de CHINE I Is the MOST FASHIONABLE and Favoured Material for Evening and Smart Afternoon Wear. 4> ♦ 4> ! WE ARE MAKING A SPECIALITY OF A ; GOOD QUALITY, RICH SOFT FINISH M CREPE de CHINE \ 42 INCHES WIDE I. IN . GREYS SAKE V. ROSE SHELL PINK NIL CORAL YELLOW BUTTERCUP CINNAMON NAVY VIOLET PARMA BROWN MOLE CERISE Blouse Length- - 13/Dress Length - 42/- - FREE i 1 V JPIE* v 3 ' *- , CHRISTCHURCH * I r • . % -Winter is Coming! 1 NEW SEASON'S FIRST QUALITY HffiT WATER BOTTLES NOW TO HAND. Prices with Covers—7/6, 8/6, 9/6, 10/6, 11/6 Without covers 1/less. No old StoJK. No Second Quality l J'S-PODDS CHEM.ST. .* LAVAtJD STREET, AKAEOA Cocksfoot Motor Threshers. PENINSULA APPRECIATION. i '■ I ' : ~~~ "j MR. JOHN E. NEWTON, Akaroa, writes as follows, February 16. Jyl4:~ "Just a line to let you know my Threshiing Machine arrived safely, ard that it ia doing good work; so far lam more than satisfied. We st-irted threshing oh Monday last after lunch. The seed was not quite dry, and would not have threshed with the flails, but the machine got it all out. We have had some dull and foggy weather through the week, and the seed was never fit for the flail until yesterday, bt-.t with the machine I was able to get pome seed every day, For the week we have threshed 200 bags with only an average of 4J men." We would advise intending purchasers to orders early for next; season ANDREWS & . BEAV£ft, Lionel. MANUFACTURE!??, '-JHEISTCHUROH, N.Z;

) A DAINTY; DRAWING ROOM ; : Kettle. This Jas ,ndy little kettle keeps i: c watea- 'hot for the second cup, or to. rail .a fres'i *pb. for new arrival' It i« of excVheiii- ijjality plate, ; andiT, ? ould make a splendid yer 1 « ding present. I SPIRIT KETTLE i I In 50/. POST FREE. j G.COATES.&Co LIMITED, 714 COLOMBO' STB3ST, j CHRIS r CaURC3. 1 '.....-u.-urtesto* I For Chronic Chfeßt Complaint?, ~ Woods' Gneat Peppermint Ourr, 1/6, 2/G

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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