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J. Important f ; *» 10 Mil a I J CHANGE OF BUSINESS. HAYLOCK AND DAVIS 11 J! having tnken over Mr. F. Hill fj 1 Bakery and Confectionery Business and I KOWHAI TEA KOOMS, i solicit the patronage of the Public, and M by fviet B<tfntirn lo rtjircsf bcjetoEtru H the approval of all. I CASH GIVEN FOE EGGS. JH. MOTTRAM I IS NOW SHOWINGI New English T\veed and I Worsted Suits' 1 New Scotch Trveeds I Keal Harris Tweeds J New Colonial Tweeds an J Worsteds I New Breeches and Saddle i Tweeds I LADIES COSTUMES IN LATEST I FASHIONS. I You arc* certain to something I flypleiiKO you, and you cannot gel lettar service than I can give you iv !i.vd to Fit, Style and Price I TAILOR ' AKAKOA LAYING OUT GARDENS. MR T. LACKNER, of Bench Road, Akavoa. who has had expert experience in Saying out gardens and in all nuchas of flower and vegetable gardening, wishes to announce that he is prepared to "* undertake work immediately. He has a knowledge of pruning rose trees, fruit trees, .-hrubs, etc , and can attend to any plants for tbe coming season, either flower or vegetable. Kindly address letters c/o Post Office Akaroa. m j j ■ " : ! THE PBEMIER J Painter and j Pa peril a g®r i I ESTIMATES GIVEN. NONE BUT B<; -U 1 MATERIALS USED ROYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHES AKAKOA AND LITTLE RIVES piLKINGTON'S Motor Coaches leave -»- Akaroa daily at 9 a.m. to connect with mid-day train at Little Kiver. Every Tuesday the motors will leave Akaroa at 12 o'clock, retiming from Little Kiver at 1.30 p.m., on and after TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4. Mail car will run as usual, leaving Akaroa 9 a.m., returning 11.10 am. from Littlf River. ' FARE 7u. » Children from 3 to 12 sears Half-price. I 28!b. of personal luggage is allowed free o I charge. Over that amount Id per lb. wil | be charged. | Telegrams: Pilkington. Akaroa. Telephone ! No. 5. Akfiroa. j C.O'EEILLT SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, COACHBUILDER WHEELWRIGHT AND COACH PAINTER, Buggios, Gigs, Traps, Dray etc., builJ an. repaired. Tyreing done on the shortest notice, Rubber Tyres supplie if roquired. tfenondhand traps bought, sold, or exahany d I j TO STAND AT AKAROA i mhl DSLLON ; 17, by Harold Dillon, imp,, tlarn Grata ! nette, imp) TERMS —Season, iMgs.; Guarantee, sgs. ! ETIENNE E. LkLIEVRE. I Thousands have i r i n( i •• NAZOL" for Colds in the Head. Bronchitin and > and profor it to any othor rometly, beenuso < it is prompt in its action, tWdCtivo, and does ' to disorder the stomaoh. '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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