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BUSINESS NOTICES. 1/- DISCOUNT in Every Complete £ for CAs£ Jq q Try the D.I.C. I jl#B For Reliable and Hard-wearing GLOVES & HOSIERY I HOSIERY Lace Lisle Hobo, new floral desigjis— Plain Lisle Hone, embroiderod fronts ami clocks, . as illustrated, various designs — Plain Lisle Hose, embroidered anklets— 2/.i, .!/() pair Plain Lislb Hose, Shepherd's checks— Plain Cashmere, latest designs iv embroidered I'roiita, anklets, and clocks— 2/(i, 2/11, ."l/(! jmir Etbbed and Plain Black Osishinjore Hose—the famous "Victory" brand. Only obtainable from the 2-dome Lisle Thread and Imitation Suede Gloves, in Black, "White, Brown, and Greys— 12-t»fUon Length Imitation Suede Gloves, Black and White— 1/11, 2/6, 2/11 pair 2 and 3-dome Kid Gloves, newest shades— 4-dome "D.I.C. Specialitie" Kid Gloves, all colours— 12-button Length Kid Gloves, Black and White— Sola Agents for |-v ¥f> Christchurch Butt-rick Famous I _ I V JL*/»JL« V~S* E.C. BROWN. « PAPER PATTERNS. Manager. « HOTEL METROPOLE, AKAROA Lavaud Street Excellent table. Lunoh from 1 p.mto 2p.m. Local Lunch from ito 2 p.m. oharge Is The Spirits Wines, and Beerß in stook will always be carefully eelested from the beat brands, and disposed of at the lowest current rates. Speight'B Beer alwayß on draught. * BILLIARD AND BAGATELLE TABLES. GOOD STABLING. SPLENDID MOTOR GARAGE H- DELL, Proprietor* PYNE & CO. WOOL SEASON 1914-18 WE desire to again thank Peninsula Wool Growers and others for the Jjtaal Huppwj accorded us during past and previous seasons' transactions, and to announce that we are now receiving Consignments of Wool EITHER JOB LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET Those of our Clients who bane visited our Wool Warehouse have noted its dimensions and untodateconveniences for the prompt handling and displaying to b"Bt^™" to S« » h i ' various Wool Clips placed with us for disposal. Our system of keeping in touch with owners rom"L time wool arrives in the store unt.l it is disposed of, alike as regards acknowledgements,Ve_hte, valuation, etc, is well known, and the same careful methods will be con* tinned' owners' interests being proteoted in every possible way. , . • Our Lyttelton Agents give immediate attention to all consignments arriving ex ship, and such wool is landed at our store within a few hours after reaching Port. ORDERS FOR WOOLPACKS, CORNSACKS. TWINE, BRANDING MATERIAL and other SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention We shall be pleased to forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms upon application. ChristcHurch "Wool Sal* Dates for 1914-15. Ist eale-THURPDAY, NOVEMBER 12 2nd sale-MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 3d sale-MONDAY. JANUARY 11 4th srie—MONDAY. FBBRUARB 8 Catalogues close seven days before each sale dato We would suggest to growers the advisability, where possible, of getting their cross-bred wool sent forward poss . " for th* Rovember Sale. Wool for Local Sale should be consigned-" PINE <fc CO. CHRISTCHURCH » j If intended for shipment-" PINE A CO., c/oN.Z. Shipping Co., LYTTELTON." District Stook Sales. w a hold MONTHLY SaLES of Live Stook at LITTLE RIVER, dates of which will be duly advertised, and tor which we are glad to riceive entries. We are obief Agents in Canterbury Ka'konra for Cooper's Sheep Dip, i- •- ~,,„* .„„„.n- r.M over 250,000.000 sheep. Of the 504 awards at the » B^»° n "^ w^e ers of «• Cooler." At the 1911 Sydney 1911 Royal Show ■<* »■«»»» J*, 9 ~ ™ re won b? users ot •' Cooper," and at the Tasmania?. u9^ v d,rs - The faotß speack for themselves. _ MR ARTHUR WRfGHT, LITTLE RIVER, is onr District A«ent. and will bo glad tc etc. and to assist ownere in any possible way. PYNE & CO., Wool Brokers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 5 January 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 5 January 1915