BEATH'S FOR BLOUSES A voi'y largo selection of chavmBlouses arc here, all moderately priced. 'We illustrate , a very - fashionable anil useful Voile . Blouse in block stripes, shades of Navy and White, Black ami < White, Snxc and White .. 8/6 Similar styles in Silk—Grey and 1 White,. Black and White .. H/6 | WRITE TO BEATH'S FOR IT! We pay postage and allow 1/iliscount in each complete £ for cash. BEATH&CO.LTD. JAMES MITCHELL. Monotint Director CHRISTCHURCH For Chronic Chest Complaints Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6 RED CROSS WORK AT AKA.ROA. The ladies of Akaroa have been working every Thuwday at the Technical School for some time past. On Monday last the Mayoress and several ladies packed away a consignment of the work done, and it has been acknowledged by the Christchu cb depot with thanks. Tha following Is a list ot goods sent: —4 surgical shirts, 9 nightingales, 28 shirts, 10 night ehirtg, 12 sets of pyjamas, 9 chest preservers, 4 pair bed socks 10 bags of swabs, 10 under vests, 4 towels. 6 face cloths, 8 bundles old linen, 80 cup covers. The Mayoress acknowledges vritb tharjks old linen sent in last week. PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR. LIEUT. J. &» H. HOLMES. On Friday last Mr G. G. Holmes received word that his son, Huntley Holmes, bad died in the Ghezireh Hospital, E«ypt. He sueeumbed to pneumonia, whioh followed his boing wounded on September , 3rd in the arm: He waa the eeoond son of Mr G. G. Holmes, of Knocklyn, Halswell. Hβ was born in Chriitchurch, and educated at Christ's College. He spent the rest of his life farming at Holmes' Bay, buying a porlion of the Holmes' Bay estate from his father on which he had just built a residence when war broke out. He was one of the first to offer his Bervioeg, throwing up everything. He loft as a troopar in the Bth (South Canterbury) Squadron with the Main Forces. He was made a corporal in Egypt, and gained hia commission aa a lieutenant before leaving for Gallipoll towards the end of July He wae of a particulary bright apd loving disposition, and was a great favourite with everyone in the Pigeon Bay diatriot, He was 30 years of age..
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3494, 8 October 1915
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3494, 8 October 1915
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