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■"311 T. E. TAYLOR & Col AKAROA 1 ' .r< ' - Dissolution of | Partnership SALE | ■ ■■ ■ • * J , . , will soon be drawing to a CLOSE, so do not leave . : ; making your purchases (and thus securing*some of ~* the great bargains we are offering) > - Too Late. " All other prices knocked', ,\ ~\ i • '-Vt t ,t '« LooK at these TJI _ wiilllS Prices for Olanfcwß|gß 9 Single sizo Blankets, white, 16s 6d, now lOs 6d per pair ::| Mid Double size White Blankets, 19s 6d, now I 4» 6d . Extra Donble size White-Blankets, 26s 6d, now I9s 6d- J-.? pair ' '' ; ..;> Pure wool White Colonial Blankets- ":* Single size 21s Now 16s 6d pair M Double size 26s 6d New 21s ~ £ ' ; - Extra \, „ 32s 6d No\y 20s 6d „ •> Call and see these lines, it will pay you. ' ; ; Best, Eider Down Quilts, just the very thing for this time of j. the year "-.';, Usual'prices 16s 6d, now 12s 6d. 4 . 32s Cd „ 10s 6d • 2(ssCd „ 26s 6d -^ „ 45s Od ~ 35s -' *;,; Pure Wool Colonial Flannels in white, f J -per l "-',« pink, and Shetland at Iw2|l yard \§ " '' ,'' Our famous Heavy Winter Twill Dacca, white aud coloured Flannelette, 36 Inches in width Bfd, now 6£d"per Jut : S-r,i now B£d, 11 id now 9id, 1/l.Jd now Us%'9 Heavy Flannelette Sheets, full size, 4/11 and 6/11 per pair«t| and many other bargains far too numerous to quote, , ■ CALL EARLY' • I and carefully examine these lines before purchasing! JtjM All Coupons must be redeemed on or before July 1914, otherwise they cannot be recognised. ■ }^?M No Coupons will be issued during the ««Jfc| Sale Now On. i T. E. TAYLOR s«

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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