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NOTICE TO ADVERTI3EES ALL alterations fo standing advertise rnenta for insertion in first following issue (blochs excluded) must reach the office of this paper by 1 .a.m. on Saturday for irser'.ion on 1 jradiv, pnd by 10 a.m. on Wedt.eßJav fcr insertion in Friday's issues E. M. J.iCOBSON, Manager. PTTBLTC NOTICES. LAUNCH RUNNING. MR G. W.HELCH Proprietor Launch Toi Toi, will run Weekly Trips to Wainui every FRIDAY, commencing TRIDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1914. Special Trips to the Lighthouse. Scenery Nook, etc, can be arranged, as also Fishirg Excureirni. The Inunch leaves Akaroa for Wainui at 9 am. every Friday Morning, and aga ; n at 3 p.m. on the return trip. G. WHELCFT. 'Phone No. 38 Akaroa. Important. ■' -to AH v CHANGE OP BUSINESS. MESSRS HAYLOCK AND DAVIS ■ having taken ovtr Mr. F. Hill Bakery and Confectionery Business and KOWHAI TEA ROOMS, solicit the pafcroppge of the Public, and by strirt i ttir( ; ') th rYm rrjr (r rem 1 the approval of all, CAhH GIVEN FOR EGGS.

" ; stul\ TO fcTAND AT AKAROA HUM DSLLON (2 17, by Harold Dillon, imp., dam Gra'anette, imp) TERMS—Season, 3£gs.; Guarantee, sga. ETIENNE E. LeLIEVRE. Thousands have tried "NAZOL" for Colds in the Head. Bronobitis and Influenza and prefer it to any other remedy, because it is prompt in its action, effactive, and does not disorder the stomach.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3445, 13 October 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3445, 13 October 1914

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