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ff. ■« TATLOm li GO. ...... won' jsmtlit" i tTi-iiimi ■*»(■< ii r. «<» * j. ~.. - . .... - „ » T. E. TAYLOR & CO. AKAROA Xmas! Xmas !Xmas! Wβ h-ivejmt laaled our direct shipment of Xmas Fruits. NEW CUJVRANTS, SULTANAS, RAISINS. MUSCATELS, and ALMONDS A fine assortment of D eiicious XMAS HAMS. Xmas Confectionery in great variety from the celebrated Eaglish firms. Fresh Biscuits arriving every fortnight ' Our Electroplate and Fancy Department are now fully stocked with a grand assortment of Xmas and New Year Presents No Coupons will be exchanged between December 12, 1914, , and January 4, 1915 T. E. TAYLOR & CO. AKARO* T, LEWITT LEWITTS'"" Telephone 37. Drapery Emporium SUNSHADES—A very choice selection, These we are offering at special January price. These are p in white, pink, blue, green, and stripes Spscial pries 311 up Children's, Maids, an i indids VI Hi i ry a'l to be sold at | special rates this inanth." j CVMI3UIC uo^-s. Vlf ¥i» ■' I M \IDS 1 piece /^Sf^^Sflß^ V I-:|j : | :' ;.''.ffi in striped piques l!^^#l^J : "'"v w'? ';: ooloure, browns, l?'fim HviP : 1 prioee 9/U to (V^'lβ iH ■LADIB&'-i piece |;m ■ ' ' \ colours, browne, ? >\ Girgh f d>, Zffhyr, Serge, and Tweed) 1 piece robes, , 6 — ' Special lor January. You are cordially invited to spend a leisure hour in our Emporium. No one pressed to buy, LEwirrs "\ ■ ;: • ■ '■ !•■'!■■■■■.■■. akakoa Beach Road

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3470, 15 January 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3470, 15 January 1915

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