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1 [ I • hosiery I ' That You I * Can Depend On. * Beliable Hosiery is wbat we \ guarantee. Yearb of expert "* ence have enabled dr to test > just the makes tbat possess tbe necessary wearing qualities. We can an extensive range of hosiery, from the useful cash mere to the finest silk, tmd will be please to furnish full M "* particulars with reference to it. I TWO POPULAR MAKES I OF HOSIERY. I BLACK CASHMERE HOS*. I m , In plain l/l nnd 2/1 ribs. ■ 2/6 n pair. A)sr> with lace I fronts at 1/11 2/6 2/11 and I 6 pair. , THE "LADY" VIOLET— *» ■ "v Plain Lisle thread, perfectly seamless, in white, black and tan—a splendid wearing stocking. Is 9d a pair. I BEATH 6 CO.. 3 CHBTBTCHURCH. M.9WKI. " > ~ MONEY WE have £10,000 to LENU on Kre.)holf« seourity in various sums. MBABES AND WILLIAMS Solicitors, ' Lavaud Street, Akaroa *• Attend Office Little Hiver first 'mured*? In each month, also Duvauohelle every Sale Day. | MONK I TO LEND "* WE. have various Boms Trust & other Money or Investment" If Lowest Current Kates of Interest. Borrowers can arrange to pay off in .am to suit themselves. W. E. D. BISHOP, Solicitor Hereford Street Chambers, Christohuroh. . ... ■ > Mr. R. A. Dearsly J < DENTAL SWRGEON, J LAVAUD STBEET, AKABOA. You inhale the fragrant prop9rt : es Jof ■< "NAZOL" through the nostrils, then you take one or two drops oo a lump of loaf sugar ' and allow it to dissolve in the month. In -. this way the healing soothing qualities of J. o'NAZOL" reach »he affected *parts thor ,- ' Bughly. Tbat is why it cures all Golda w nd Influenza quickly. 1/6 everyvrhe re. :' Get a Nazol Inhaler. '.^

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4426, 4 September 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4426, 4 September 1914