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—— ' . , - T l, n " - . - ■- T. E. TAYLOR & CO. GENERAL MERCHANTS AKAROA

LEWITT NO RISE IN PRICES YET. XTOTWITHSTANDING the Heavy Advance in l> Woollen Goods, we are still Selling at the . OLD PRICES. We take this opportunity to advise customers that it is more prudent to Bny st normal values now than to wait longer and pay more. Special Lines in Men's Wear— Men's Mopgiel and Roslyn all wool shirts and pants, ribbed and plain, 4/U 6/3 6/6 * Man's Mosgiel and Roslyn faun shirts and pants, at Old Prices Men's Navy Flannel Unders, at Old Prices Mens Shetland Flaonel Unders, at Old Prices Men c Ail Wool shirts 7/6 Men's Union Sh rts, 4/6 Mens Ail Wool Ribbed Sox 1/- pahMen's Scotch Knit Wool Gloves. Men's Scotch Knit Wool Gloves with leather palm and long gauntlet cuff for motoring and driving. Men's Pyjamas in cosy materials. To Farmers and Others Second Consignment of our Famous Horse Covers, best duck, check liner] patent straps, "24s Best Quality Cow Covers, lined, 13s 6d Gramaphone Needles and Records. i Postal Business a speciality. • Phone 87. LE WITTS _U Drapery and :===: Furniture ... 1 Emporium oeacn Kos&d akarqa

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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