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PUBLIC NG'fICKS' NOTICE. ANYONE found trespassing with gun or dog on my property in LoDg Bay will be PRO-ECUTED. C C. N ABBEY. STKAYED. STRAYED to my plaoe, Grehan Valley, ONE BRINDLE STEtfR CALF, marked on left ear. Owner can have came by paying all expense?, 8. McNAB. IN TRE ESTATE OF HARRY HaY- | LOCK, OF AKAROA, IN THE PRO. VINCIAL DISTRICT OF CANTERBURY. RETIRED FARMER, DECEASED. NOTICE ie Hereby Given that all persons having CLAIMS R DEMANDS against the nbove estate are requested to send to the undersigned forth' with full particulars (In dupiioate) of such olaims or demands certified to be due and owing as at date of death, mmely, 11th May, 1915. MEARES A WILLIAMS, Solicitors for the Ex-sc utor3. Lavaud Street, Akaroa. BUTTER AND HONEY WRAP PING PAPERS. PRINTED AT "AKAROA MAIL" OFFICE. i\7E are prcpured to PkiNf Butter and V\ Honey Wrapping r«pers on !he prescribed paper and with the proper ink, as required by the "Pure Foods Act," at reason ible prices. Let us know your requirements, and wo will supply you with quotations. E. M. JACOBSON, Manager, "Akaroa Mail " A Eure ppjcific for oughs and colds is •NAZOL." Costs eighteenpenoe for sixty doeee. Alt chemists. Ready for use when bought.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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