.--.-.; A J. TUBNER. A. J. TURNER, Lavaud Street, AKAROA. TAURINGr the next few weeki I will to •fferiag ••»• EXCEPTIONAL : BARGAINS ' in Drapery, Millinery, and UnJereloibing, FOR CASH ONLY Among other items will be offered: Ladies trimmed and untrimnied Hats, shtwing reduced from SO to 75 per cent. A few Ladies' Costumes, worth from 60s to 83s, now 30s Ladies' and Children's Tweed Coats at prices that should effect a speedy clpnrance l J rices ranging for children from 5/11, and lor ladies from 9/11 each. Also some exceptional bargnirs in Ladies' Skirts at prices from 4/11 up to 15s for some beautiful garments worth 50 per cent. more. Notwithstanding the increased price of woollen goods I am offering a good range of Flannels at lOjd, 1/-, 1/2, 1/4, 1/6, 1/9 per yard for cast* only Also;- " . ■. ■ •' Blankets at 15/, 20/, and 25/ per pair i i Lese are alhvool Colonial Blankete made in New Zealand, and m order to make room for exteneive alterations to ; my premises 1 am determined these and many other lines at less than they can be bought to-day. Better than catalogues is to see the goeds and the startling prices now displayed in m£ windows kfcd on my Bargain tables -for casH only A. J. TUENEK. BUSINESS NOTICEB. TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN who have net jet dtalt wHhns! We do our utmost to give satisfaction. Yon can always rely on the quality of our Watches, Jewellery, Plate, eta. Our prices have long been recognised as the lowest in Christchurch We have a nice selection of articles suitable for Xnias presents. We do a big business through Che posftud return money if article gent does; not meet with approval. Just to hand, a big selection ot Gold Brooches 5s to ||305.. Gold Necklets 6s to ;3Os V Always Satisfaction at . . Jones ai so^§ THE MANUFACTUBINQ JBWELMCBB 278, HIGH aTBEET, CEBIBTCHCBOH: [" "' A R AILWAY BEFRESHMEKT Superior Bard and Residenoe for Tourleta. Commercials, arutTia?eHiutfPnblio generally-. Eery Convenience and Courtesy. Hot Meals and Light Kefreenmenta on Miival ot th« Coaches, Motors, and Trains. Akaroa Coaehti and Cars stop at door. TERMS MODERATE. A Bakory ia attached to thie fine heoee. Firstolwe bread, seinee t oaket, ate, daily General Sto-es is alao attached, where Tobaooo, Oigan, Pfnei, eto, are rtoeked. Birthday and Weddioß Cakes a speeiaillf. Catering done tor J»oeiate, Balii, Fleaie ties, Athietio Teams, etc. Dinners, Afternoon Tent, Sapper*, fio, to order. MRS M. WBIGHT • • Pr«»prt«tr<Ms. tour patronage solicited. Mt tec B|irite atdSoppKwi at all k»an. MB R. WBIOHT h»B recently purehated the Btablee Satavedalo Honee mm Et B. Cusdin. Peninsula patroos can be enre of tke greatoit possible attertMon f-r ih'fcr and vehicles. ' Saddle borate always on nlr'e. ftigt Mii Traps ttt\ v.! , v.y. Ltiumt
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3479, 30 July 1915
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