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Cushion Cover & Six Skeins of Silk 1 1 for 1/3 | — r-*-" This very attractive Needlework • offer consists of an Outfit containing enough material for a cushion cover with design printed on, a diagram explaining the stitches and colour scheme, aud she skeins *" of best washing embroidery silk. Tho whole complete for 1/3. „ » I- - J I This Cushion Cover, I I with Six Skoins I I of Silk, i ' ■ 1/3 complete. I I 14 Other Designs, » BEATH&CcLtd James Mitchell. Manai'mH Director ChriSchurch V "~ mint?, MONEY TTTB hate £10,000 to LEND on Fie hoiVV seonrity in various sums. v , MEAEES AND WILLIAMB Solicitors, < Lavaud Street, Akaroa Attend Office Little River first Thursday in eaoh month, also Duvauobelle every Sale Day. MONkiY TO LEND WE have various sums Trust & other Money or Investment" Lowest Current Bates of Interest. '^ Borrowers can arrange to pay off in .am to suit themselves. 4fc W. E. D. BISHOP, Solicitor Hereford Street Chambers, Christohurch. DENTAL NOTICE. I WISH to inform my Peninsula clients that I have made arrangements with Mr _ AFC Williamson, of Christohurch, to take . my praotioe at my Booms, Lavaud Street, j f Akaroa, during my absence .with the New t Zealand Expeditionary Force, ' : B. ADEABSL. -^ t Surgeon Dentist. If you are suffering from a Cold and experience a tightnesßS of the. Chest, with difficulty in breathing, you should try "NAZOL"; it will give you relief and ra-< move the trouble. Prioe 1/G. :•»'

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3476, 9 February 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3476, 9 February 1915

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