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I THREE I * HSPLENDIDr 1 * HOSIERY LINES ATBEATH'S * i Black Cotton Hose. This is a plain stocking with " * silk ankle and instep; a splendid stocking for hot •weather — 1/li a pair. •2 .Silk Hose, special value. *# This is one of the best and , cheapest hosiery Jines on the market. The wearing qualities of this stocking are unequalled. ■ Extra strong Lisle tops and feet. In black, white, ** , tans, browns, greys, pink, ■ etc.— V~x-~ 7/11 a pair ' 3 ■ Black Cashmere Hose, with lace fronts and ankles. We stock four first-class makes at 1/11 2/6 2/11 3/6 pair Also with lace clox sides at 2/11 pair. POSTAGE FREE. rBEATH&CO.Ltd 1 ! James Mitcfcell. Managing Director I •» CHRISTCHURCH J mil?, , moneF «. ■ TTTE bate £10,000 to LEND on Freebol. , W security In various suius. MBABES AND WILLIAMB* Solicitors, ■ ' Lavaud Street, Akiroa Attend Offioe Little River first Thnrsday In eaoh month, also Duvauohelle every Salt Day. MONEY TO LEND WE have various same Frußt other Money or Invesimentf . Lowest Current Bates of Interest. Borrowers oan arrange to pay off in .am to suit themselves. W. E. D. BISHOP, „. Solicitor. Hereford Street Chambers, Christohurob. DENTAL NOTICE! I WISH to inform my Peninsula clients that I have made arrangements with Mr AFC Williamson, of Christohuroh, to take my praotioe at my Booms, Lavaud Street, / Akaroa,: during my absence with the New * i Zealand Expeditionary Force, ' , B. A DEABSLi A i Surgeon Dentist. % ■ "j If you are suffering from a Gold >nd experience a tightnesses of the Chest, with difficulty in breathing, you should try <t "NAZOL"; it will give you relief and remove the trouble. Prioe 1/6. _ *

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3469, 12 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3469, 12 January 1915

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