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BUSINESS NOTICES, JUNE BARGAINS. I |§f at the D.I.C. Here are some Cold I Weather Bargain Snaps I NOVELTY SI X BLOUSES, in all the new shades -We c 39/6 49/6 I Juno price 15s B 40 USEFUL GOWN?, in seage.cishmere, worth 42s ■ ■ All one price, 21s _l 100 Very special COATS AND SKIRTS, in new twred* and serges I All well'dut 55'.6d to Special 35s If 51 Smart CONEY SEAL HATS. Were 27s 6d, Now 12s 9d | 11 12 Lengths Sutferfine SUEDE CLOTH in tan. mole, g.-oy, navy, sax?. M ! brovvn, etj. \Veiesss. June pries only 35s'> W I Write for anything required. If not satisfactory jl I after inspection you send it back and we change to i| suit, or refund your money We take all the risk il —you none. il WE ALLOW I/- IN THE £ DISCOUNT FOR CASH. || - ITX 1 ■ Christchurch ' | HOTEL BIIETROPOLE. AKAROA ' Lavaud Street Kxeellent table. Lunch trum 1. p.mto 2 p.m. Local Lunch from Ito 2 p.-n charge Is , ...vThe, Spirits Wines,vah.d„ Beets In. BtoekwiH;.always,be carefully selected from the besf , hrano%"W" l S p -eight^l ß e?*iilwaye on' draught. BILLIARD AND BAGATELLE TABLES. GOOD STABLING. SPLENDID MOTOR GARAGE H. DELL, Proprietors BEUCE HOTEL. AKAROA G. BURLAND,, 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, O is for oysters gulped gracefully down, B for the BRUCE where all wiße people stay P stands for Pompey, the pride of the town, I 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, R for the rowing boats manned by the fair; E for. the envy poor townspeople feel, • S stands for Baa-sickness and Scenery Nook I F for the flounders, well met at each meal. T for the tourists unruly waves shook, G toe thd gardens of lily and rose, U for the union or Briton and Gaul, H for the harbour where fleets might repose V very good views, we sampled them all, I 7 is for idleness indigenous here, Waterfall tempts us that high road to take; J for the junketings, known far and near; X for "Xquisite 1" sighed as we wonder and X standßfor kindness to visitors sh( we, ache. L for the lovers left blissful alone. V Akaroa jourpflm re rrfri) end brown, M—Akaroa males, they are not at all fhy. Z for the zeal whuh bus writ..), this dow N a newspaper-Mail (thiß is Fpelt with an i) LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO." Starting Point and Terminus Royal Mail Coaches. PHONE 14 LAUNCHES, BATHING, FISHING, ■ &o„

I .. II 111]... GROWN BREWERY. ( rriHE Celebrated SPARKLING ALES of X the Crown Brewery Company can be obtained at the following PENINSULA i 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. MB G. WHITMORE, Lake Forsyth Arms, Little River I -ow>i HHHWEPY BKER IS UN- / HIVALLE!' A. T. MUTTON, TIMBER MERCHANT, NORWICH QUAY, LYTTELTON ALL kinds of Building Material kept i stock, including JAREAB SPLf j tfOfrTS AND STAKES. ! All Orders promp y attended to. prills on application /"■■'_ *

"Akaroa Mail," Printers and . Publisiers » ADVERTISEMENT^ "Wanteds" 1b cash for 14 words only Casual advertisements 3s per nch Standing Advertisements as per arrangement Job Printing We have 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 oy all Business FirmsBillheads Memorandum Forms, Invoices, Price Lists, Printed Envelopos, Reoeipts, Our Telephone number is 13. t WE ARE LOCAL AGENTS FOR TBE STANDARD INSUBANCE CO I Reckitt's BAG BLUE READY FOR USE. BAGS.—As a guarantee of qu I. an ■■:** BECKJTT'S *Ui on each

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4408, 30 June 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4408, 30 June 1914

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