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BUSINESS NOTICES. I We are making a special display of "ENGAGEMENTS RlNGS. fltrirg November. Visitors to Christchurcn during Show Week are invited to inppet out . Special Display of 500 Kings. Engagement Dress RingsKeeper Ring's* Wedding Rirags. Mo?t of these Ring* were made in our work rorvnq ; they are pf>pf-ci>il j ph-ong, nud by far thtt best value in Chrisrehmch. Ring CVrls to nict-nie ?izo of fingpr, and illustration?, posted any addt ess free. pectacles. We aro doiog a big bu3inß33 in Spectacles, Eyes examioed and tested. free. WATCHES. You can pee more watcbea in our window than church THE GREENWICH WATCH ia a ptmnar tested to one α-ioute a week, la>t3 10 yearg, only 25 Always Satisfaction at JONES &. SONS, THE MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS 278, HIGH TREET, CHRISTCHURCH. _..»-«_ -7—-- - ' 1 y> aILWAY REFRESHMENT X BOOMS. ». ■' Ts "BAINESDALE" EOOSE, ' f"" v LITTLE RIVEP. ? iJL^- .' ' Morning aiad mffl^FTs:' 1 ¥' Afternoon Tea al*Wr *is $!$i I ways procurable. V 4 ,^^'; '' irt^>, " i RIGHT ON RAILWAY PLATFORM. f y f Rurjerior B"ard and U- ifi.ncp for IVunsts, Commercials, and Travelling Pablic generally. Eery Convenience o"' n i v " Hot Meals and Light Refreshments on arrival of the Coaohes. .V".," *, nn n,. Akaroa Coaches and Cars stop at door. T-HMS MODERATE. A Ui»k"ry is attach- 1 '• 'hi- finp. house. First-class bread, seines, cakeu, etc, ire s daily O-riernl So ox i- <•' - ' "•'•■ it-'v-!. where Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, etc, are stocked. Bir'tbdav add W'prirl..,. >.}*}w , Catering done for Socials, Balls, Picnic Parties, Athletic Teams. H.c. Din...r-;. M'ternoon Teas, Suppers, etc, to order. MRS M. WRIGHT - - Proprietress. Your patronage solicited. Motor Spirits andSuppliea at all hours. MR R WRIGHT has recently purchased the Stables opposite Bainesdale House from ErE Cusd'in. Peninsula pitrons can be sure of the greatest possible attention for their horses and vehioles. Saddle hore-i always on hire. Gigs and Traps cau always be hired for any term' TURNER. OPENING SPKiNG GOODS Draper and Importer Lawani Akaroa IT SS HARD T© DEC9DE, ISN'T ST? j TOO you who ar ß trying to dtcioe whi, h Milkinß MeeHnn to b,,r we want to offer a few 1 S ui,stion S MosUikel, you l,,ve looK.rt ,n m,nv H.K r- * rt Jj? I htve found ,hat in rejects they nr. vrry „,„ -I, »I l< ■•■n.■p.\c■ ,-'i J. J { Pulsator or Puleators, Piping and Stall Tap - thrc«,h s .-d. E. ck - o- .■- f n,! I . Cups You have in most brooms or from B . -n-n th- ■«•« «'JmH f, i. iml Hi- i tee takin ß care.of u.ers, etc., rtc Isut t- chr,.., « s !.v v.- ... ~, v , ~ ja \ h rr-tion of the Pulsator, and tho nclinn . f tlip I psit t. up-. "• h.fl.n-,(>r thp. cows • .. > Other T hlne a- U Jo on ,^ JeeoSinßlJ «ha«. althon S h a maehioe may be -;!, o' .he v<, v he« mau-n. n.c y pVertand finished, when tlw notion ; s n<>M.V.Kfll. •'.■- f .""■ " ■ l ' ' -■' •■ J "-■ ' enner. a'thou K h some milk, uill ny« a.. .1.- <■ -J--■ -' ' f . l / J , ,',., Because a maol.in. v.ill extract n.ilk fron, the -c- I* "■";. '' ■; , 1 .,'- X In moB cases the milk is drawn away with a h.gn -uei.-.u van.,;. ™™".™* ' t Udio-l thn Pctmn of a oiH's uun. e and «>' B«e on the lent wII 1..-.I .l-fl tne a .- ,| c . net on of the calf to p.rf-ction. The name of this mach-ni.. ays ~vto to xp -t. .1 RIDD MILKING MACHINE CQ. f Ltd.-Offices and Agents throughout 1 New Zeal andand Australia. Head Office - New Plymouth- mm^ Chri * tchnrth c 1 "Akaroa Mail," ;o j Pointers asid- . Publishers • ADVKRTISBMENT.i "WsntefV Is cash for 1-J word? only Cbfubl advati?enientp 3s per, neb Standing Advfrtistun'uts us'per arrangement

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3453, 17 November 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3453, 17 November 1914

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