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ff, 1, TATLSI * C». '■[_ T. E. TAYLOR & CO, AKAROA i i f _~.. . _. i i I vJiuCCi 1w3.» Hardware and x^ji -Uvivci y. Sheep Shears and Shearing Requisites Lawn Mowers, Hose. Wateriug Cans, aucl all ether Garden Utensils. Prime Akaroa Factory Butter at i\2 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 _________ '»'• LEWITT T f-H* T i i beach road Telephone 37. Drapery Emporium i announce arrival of Japanese Lines Goods of slenciiiei dssigns m i ■ St(>nc;:i..,l ()iilt.o, .Uurtains, Table Covers J „ Afternoon Tea Cloths I ~ Table Runners, Duche-sse Rα nners I .. Table Centres, D'Oylcys i t'-r-cili'-d Quaint . J" a{> for Children i Stencilled Bed Spreads '' |jf.vp uoof'ls are diruut iVoui Japan and afford something'new iih i (isiint/ in lions-liold linen, giving a cool and refreshing nppearance in the home. 1 Prices are exceptionally low. io w.ir conditions there is only a limited supply. INSPECT lOX NO ONE ASKED INVITED. TO. BUY. XSiJIS G;S©OS are now on view "i ' ! Wβ have ilii.s seisvon one of the largest and best assorted stocks ever sei-.ii here -New Books, Novels, Poems, etc . suitable for seasonable gifts We hrarLiiy unite all t.n a bisure hour looking through our emporium. Free postal delivery. i . " akauoa Sesich Rosicl

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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