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BUSINESS NOTICES, MPQST your Orders for Men's Underwear DIRECT TO THE PWIsS« DIC -WW& CHRISTCHURCH J | i The following list has been specially pre- Bgte3Bfe>jfey*&H I pared, to meet present-day needs. Every garment is just the correct weight for Winter, S \SO^^T J is unshrinkable, all-wool, and thoroughly de- j j W^*\ pendable. Men experience complete satisfac- I f I j tion in shopping with us, as our stocks are so I\J I i large and well assorted, and prices are always flttflf '•§ I lowest—quality considered. W m J MOSOTEL Underpants 5/6 6/6 6/11 7/11 8/9 9/11 W / 1 Singlets (long or half-sleeves) f § 5/6 6/6 6/11 7/6 8/6 9/3 10/6 k I Knicker Drawers, 6/9 W 1 BOSLTW Underpants .. 9/11 10/6 11/6 13/6 1 j Singlets 9/6 10/6 11/6 12/6 Vj^B' I WOLSET Underpants . 9/6 10/6 11/6 j Singlets .. .. 8/11 9/6 9/11 10/6 lg/- wBW^P THETA Underpants .. 4/11 6/9 8/6 9/6 10/6 Singlets .. 4/11 6/9 7/11 8/11 9/11 11/- -wHL EEMEMBER—When ordering, to state size required, or give eliest and I . waist measures. j BEMEMBEB—When cash is sent with' order, you are entitled to 1/- ---! discount in every complete £. BEMEMBEB—We are no further from you than the nearest Poet Office. EEMEMBEE—CompIete satisfaction is assured you, or money refunded. BUI ONUKU HOUSE, LITTLE RIVER. DIRECTLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. JP. ELLIOTT (late of Otago) has reoently taken over RUI ONUKU HOUSE, Little • Kiver, inolndmg TEA ROOMS, BOARDINGHOUBE, GENERAL STORE AND STABLES, Hβ will be pleased to receive the patronage of the Peninsula public passing through Li tie River, and will provide them with every convenience ani ooratort, GENERAL STORE. Tbe proprieior has a w»ll stocked General Storo. Petrol and Oil (or motorists in stock J. P. ELLIOTT, Proprietor. Public Trust Office STATE GUARANTEE VALUE OF ESTATES IN THE OFFICE (In 1914) TWELVE MILLIONS STERLING. E3tates, when converted inti cash an! held for Benefic'aiiea io the Cimiroi Fund of Publio Trust Office, are credited with interest at a fixel ratf, which is capitalzid jearly.and [3 free from all office charges. THE RATE OF INTEREST HAS BEEN INCREASED from 44 per cent, on the firet £3000 and 4 per cent, on the esoesa to 41 per oont. ON THE FIRST £6000 and 41 per cent. ON THE EXCESS. CAPITAL AND NTEREST GUARANTEED BY THE STATE. THF PfIRLIC TRUSTEE can be appointed Executor and Tru tee of the Will or CodicT ofTr .in".™w Zea.and P or WILLS APPO ™ PUBLIC TRUSTEE ARE DRAWN FREE OF CHARGE. He can ba appointed;,CUSTODIAN TRUSTEE, or may act with ADVISORY TRUSTEES. He can be appointed Trustee in place of previously appointed trustees or in place of persona who wish to be relieved of their trusteeship. Hβ can be appointed Trustee for Marriage Settlements, Money Trusts, Sinking Fande, and other Trusts. He can be eppointed Assignee or Trustee of Assigned Estatee or Deeds or Composition wi h oreditors. He undertakes the management of property as Attorney or A«ent. He administers Intestates'Eetatee,'Lunatics , Estates, and Unclaimed Lands. LOANSThe Public Trustee has ample funds tot investment on First Mortgage of Freehold and certain Government Leasehold Securities, at lowest current rates of interest. No P,o curation Fee or Commission. Liberal Terma for Kepayment. THE CHARGES. THE CHARGES OF ADMINS'fRATION are iixed on the Joweet possible scale, as th« Oflioe is cot ruu tor Drofit. but seeks to be MERHLY SELF-SUPPORTING. There i( a well equipped LEGAL STAFF which does, without coßts, nearly all tbe legal woik con nected with estates. For example, no charge 13 made for obtaining PROBATE or ADMIN. ISJ RATION, or for pasbiDß the STAMP ACCOUN IS, or for advising on the numberlesi questions that aie continually arising in the course of Administration Speaking generally it may be said that no law casts ar» charged except in proceedings before die Court. For full (ar.icularE apply to THE PUBLIO TRUSTEE. "Wellington. Or to cay of the Branches or Agencies in New Zealand, li. W. WIUUNS, Agent AKeroa.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 11 June 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 11 June 1915

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