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BUSINESS NOTICES, tSinart and Becoming jj. 'Ready-to-Wears' Sprint, 1914. 'me b.I.C. has always enjoyed a reputation for stylish and beautiful Hats. : Not only does this apply to exclusive Trimmed Millinery, "but . to the ' simple which is at once attractive and ■ inexpensive. Our stock this seaX son is more complete and varied than ever, and ladies may with «, \M / confidence post us their orders, i N 6 ,. knowing that every detail will b' S» -t lascl Jia,; brim rolled up at care£ «"y st "died. j side, trimmed wide Satin Kibbon nml ■ , ' ' smart How; in i»(;iiti Hlac!:, Plain j Navy, or I'luiii Saxe; also White Write for a copy of Our FashlOi S^hnl' !asticßib l; on 4 f /fi lid f e -7 ju , st arrived - Profusel y Special Value .. I «3/O Illustrated. Free on request. Postage paid. . . ■ ( Sole Agent? for Butterick's Famous Paper Patterns -f" "" I'■ \ _£_ __) WE PAY POSTAGE ;j HI , Hi H H ' E.G. BrOWII allow'nclitc-.miUif ";' i#nln VI dhristchurch Mana e er r ... ..'.. ' ■ ' /'* HOTEL. . METROPOLE, AKARO* Lavaud Street i ■ Excellent table. Lunoh from 1 tunto 2 p.m. Looal Lunch from Ito 2 p.m. osarge la The Spirits Wince, and Beere in stook will alwayß be oarefully eeleotod from the best brandß, and disposed of at the lowest .current rates. Spoight'e Beer alwayo on draught. ' ■ m . . '■'■"" BILLIARD AND BAGATELLE TABLES. GOOD STABLING SPLENDID MOTOB GARAGE H- DELL, Proprietors

w: day, THE PBEMIEB Painter and Paperhahger ESTIMATES GIVEN. NONE BUT BEST MATERIALS USED OBOWN BREWERY. THE Celebrated SPARKLING ALES of the Crown Brewery Company oan be sbtained at the following PENINSULA BOUSES:—: ' , MR- H. W. PIPER, Madeira Hotel Akaroa. MR. W. PARKIN, Bruoo Hotel, Akaioa. MB 3. GABKIN,: Somerset Hotel, Dovanohelles MBW. NEWTON ... Hill Top Hotel, Barry's FaBB. MR G. WHITMORE, Lake Forgytb Arms, Little ttiver OWN BREWERY BEER IS UNRIVALLED A T. MUTTON, TIMBER MERCHANT, NORWICH QUAY, LYTTELTON ALL kinds ol Building Materiel ktpt i stock, inoluding JARRAB SPLI POSTS AND STAKES. All Orders promp y attended to. Prioes on application; ■ ■ II , Tit J\uj}v, 4 ' '' 1 >!„!*. fjfgftxhi. ■Mvr I, r l-fei. ll ".'" ""'■" tv AJw«™i™^ff**""

LITTLE RIVER CARRIAGE WORKS ;• AND SHOEING FORGE ALL cla?se;> t Vehicles built to order end repaired from a bullock waggon to a pram. Bigbclass finish end durability guaranteed on all work. I EUBBER TYRES PITTED TO ORDER. None but firstolaas workmen employed. G. COLOMBUS CUSDIN & COS ROYA LINE OF COACHES EARLY COACH SERVICE. ; Ti/TESSBS CUSDIN & GO. wish to anj JLVA nounee that their ooaobee will run between Littlo Eiver and Duvauohelle on J WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS, ; to connect with the early moring train at Little Hirer, and to meet the late train on those two evenings. The coaches wili leave Duvauohelle at 5.-30 a.m. Intending patrons are requested to ocmmunicate with Cusdio and Co., Duvauohelle, the previous day. Akaroa patrons can make arrangements to connect with the ooach at Duvauohelle by communicating with Cusdin and Co, Duvauchelle. Every attention gvvento the delivery of ' parcels CUSDIN & CO., r PKOPRIETORS. Postal Address Telephone Duvauchelle No. 5 i

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 29 September 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 29 September 1914

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