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BUBDOSSS NOTICES. ' lull I'll ili 'I Mil WI'IiMIBT I||l# POLISH MOP iM Takes the "WOE" j lIS 0«* °/ Homework f 1 YT real J v does. Makes it i*::sv lo keep .v«»nr liomo brisjiL ami £ Ifi I clieeri'iil. Your rurniliire and your Idoois will always smile back Rj i laf you, and dull. (!iii:.y woodwork will become a (bins ol the past W || wlien you ;i<Lopi Ihe O-Cedar Polish Mop. $ h Millions of women Ihroiigboul Ibe world, and thousands ® M Ihrouahoul tbe lioniinion are now i:>dn.',* ibe O-Cedar Mop. w 1 WE WANT EVERY WOMAN IX .AKAROA TO TRY IT. [| 1 We know you will be dcdudiU'd, and you will wonder how you m i managed so long without ii. Tliis is ihe experience of every one fc §1 so far. i 1 Work is done in a few minules ih;:l look a day before. No fg i more pelting down on bands and kv.;;:;;, and wearing yourself out. h a. Simply run the mop over Ihe Hours, or anywhere, and the mop M [! picks "up dirt—rsml germs too. H % Useful for home, office*, or public buildings. [$ M Full directions with each mop. | P Prices Map.:; G/» ."net 3/J, acco; di;::. .:;>dzc\ Postage 7_,<l extra. U |1 Polish (ordy r.{it-ire-: ii; ; • '■■ • : .:. i:: ! v.o or li:;*ee mouths time) jjjj 1 ,< GZ Bottles I/G. ro.'._.:_.e Hid. i 2" Lilies 3/- Po.siaKe «id extra, i PYNE & CO WOOL SEASON 1315-1 c TT.7E desire to ngain thank Peninsula Wool Growers and others for the liberal support W accorded us during pa.t and previous .easons' transaction?, and to announce that wo are now receiving Consignments of W©®l EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MAKKET. Ia making this announcement it is Foaroely necessary to remind O °K-OWNBBB they are realised and returns remitted to owners. „. , „„■„.. ,\, a y of the various points connected with the successful conduct of a Wool Business, the more important mspL&Y and open ; ng up 0 f a n lots that they may command the %' VALUATIONS advising growers of such and tbe pro int. store, and the Inching of' weights in the ordinary course. Ml PROMPT RETURNS AND SALES. These are the lines upon whi.-h our wool business has been run in the past, *nd upon which it will be conducted in the future. i>^nnTTDr , . ■p- R ,Qr i . T vr NFW The Situation of our WOOL WAREHOUSE, one of the BEST IN NEW ZEALAND, iusuros the prompt delivery of all consignments whether by rail, sea or o her means of transit, special arrangements being made whereby wool arriving in Lyttelton reaches our store a few hours after. ORDERS FOR WOOLPACKS, CORNSACKS, TWINE, BRANDING MATERIAL, and other SHEARING: REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention. We shall be p'.easedto forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms upon application. CHristcinureli Wjsol Sale Dates for 1915-16' lst S ale-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11th 2nd sale-MONDAY, DECEMBER Oth 3rd sale-MONDAY, JANUARY 10th 4tn sale-MONDAS, FEBRUARY 7.n CATALOGUES CLOSE SEVEN DAT£S BEFORE EACH SALE DATE, - Wool for Local Sale should he consigned -"PYNE A CO., CBKISTCHURCH." If intended for ehipment-'-PYNE & CO , C/o N.Z. {.hipping Co., LYTTELJOIN. DISTRICT STOOK SALES. We hold MONTHLY SALES of Live Stock at LITTLE RIVER, dates of which will be duly advertised, and for which we are glad to receive entries We are ohief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for COOPER'S SHEEP OIP. The merits of this old-established DIP are so well known that we need say little 6S to n that something like 260,000,000 sheep are dipped annually in COOPER'S DIP and tbat its use is increasing year by year. Nothing more need be said as to itmen We shall be glad to receive orders for ihe ensuing year. MR AB r IBUR WRIGHT, LITTLE RIVER, is our District Agent, and will be glad to '! v,o.vtiru!si-s of Stock, Wool, etc., and to assist owners in any possible wa;, receive piut' ,i - wja * w *■* PYINEEI and Co., Wool Brokers*.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3497, 19 October 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3497, 19 October 1915

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