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L THREE I SPLENDIDjJ HOSIERY LINES AT BEATH'S i Black Cotton Hose. This is a plain stocking ■with, silk ankle and instep; a splendid stocking for hot weather— 1/11 a pair. 2 Silk Hose, special value. This is one of the beat and cheapest hosiery lines 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.— -. If 11 a pair 3 Black Cashmere Hose, with, lace fronts and ankles. Wo stock four first-class makes at 1/11 2/6 2/11 3/6 pair Also with lace clox sides at Si/11 pair. POSTAGE FREE. rBEATH&CO.Ltdh James Mitchell. Managing Director I CHRISTCHURCH | i • ****** MONEY WE Lave £10,000 to LEND in Krentioi stourityin various earns. MBABES AND WILLIAMS Solicitors , , L&vaud Street, Akuron Attend Office Little River first Thursday in eaoh month,, aleo Duvauohelle every Salt Day. MONBY TO LEND WE have variouß suras Cruel other Money or Investments Lowest Current Bates of Interest. Borrowers oan arrange to pay off in .am to suit themselves. W. E. D. BISHOP, Boholtor Hereford Street Chambers, Christchuroh. w ■ . DENTAL NOTICE. I WISH to inform my Peninsula clients that I have made arrangements with Mr AFC Williamson, of Christohureh, to take my practice at my Booms, Lavaud Street, f Akaroa, during my absenoe with the New ■ Zealand Expeditionary Force, > B.ADBAUSL>: ' • Surgeon Dentist. If you are suffering from a Coid 'and experience a tightnesas of the Chest, with difficulty in breathing, you should tr/ "NAZOL"; it will give you relief and re« move the trouble. Price 1/6.

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Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3470, 15 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3470, 15 January 1915