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JF. S, TAYLOB * CO. T. E. TAYLOR & CO. AKAROA I i .. , t For High-class Groceries, Hardware and Sheep Shears and Shearing Requisiter Lawn Mowers, Hose. Watering Cans, and all ether (3-a r Utensils. Prime Akaroa Factory Butter at 112 per lb. This Butter is now on the market, and by its excellent quality and flavour, is finding a quick saleTry it, and Support Local Industry. T. E. TAYLOR & CO. AKAROA T. 1 EWITT ¥ |T7 \\T7 ¥ *""!""*T"* BEACH BOAD i Drapery Emporium Real Help! With a view to giving our honoured Belgians practical liplp. wo instructed our agent to procure at ouce a COKSET made by then lamoas people. A.s a result we have opened np a Large Lin® of. ( . Fasi26i3S Oorsets I made in Belgium. These reflect the sterling quality i of the race. We need not elaborate further. Give our Lrave jnople material help by your support. We have priced them low, considering the expense in getting them, which we gladly bear. Prices from 3/II pair. lfnra!3O flo h'om Japan. These wonderful people Allldb OyUiSb have given us a glorious range of ~ ' ; ' • Fancy Goods of all sorts OARDS AND BOOKS —~gn great variety, Free postal service. Telephone 37. LEWITTS akaroa Beach Road

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3454, 20 November 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3454, 20 November 1914

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