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JUB-ÜBBS weiicis. House I rk 3 /\ _n 1 ' liW/mmlKk 111 -011511* aWS-tWtim U - LtsUdl polish mop M Takes the "WOE" Otr/ of Housework IT really does. Makes it easy to keep your home bright and cheerful. Your furniture and your floors will always smile back at you, and dull, dingy woodwork will become a thing of the past when you adopt the O-Cedar Polish Mop. Millions of women throughout the world, and thousands throughout the Dominion are now using the O-Cedar Mop. WE WANT EVERY WOMAN IN AKAROA TO TRY IT. We know you will be delighted, and you will wonder how you managed so long without it. This is the experience of every one so far. Work is done in a few minutes thai took a day before. No more getting down on hands and knees, and wearing yourself out. Simply run the mop over the floors, or anywhere, and the mop picks up dirt —and germs too. Useful fer home, ofliee, or public buildings. Full directions with each mop. Prices Mops 6/6 and 9/6, according tosize. Postage 7M extra. Polish (only required to replenish in two or three months time) 4oz Bottles 1/6. Postage 3*d. 12oz Bottles 3/- Postage 6_d extra. 1 ORDER TO-DAY. I sm^B—^»iaM-___M_-_-_-___*__*'*r-*****H'*^^ PYNE A CO. WOOL SEASON 1915-16 TT7E desire to again thank Peninsula Wool Growers and others for the liberal,rapport W aoeorded us during past and previous seasons' transaet.o.**, and to announce that we are now receiving Consignments of Wool EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET, in making this announcement it i - «jrt D ggE? &/ Suit bKg^wfhS tux - -» they «»-—■«-««»«* • wo °' bm ' tb ° more import up of all lota tbat they mft y command ***$ 'SSmSul'Sd EXPERT VALUATIONS advisin Bowers of mohudtb.pt. weights in the ordinary course. _~«._,>. > W^- rt B l S.'_^ to <iS"'wOOL WiBEBODSE, «- _ th. BEST IN SEW reaohes our store a few hours after. ORDERS FOR WOOLPACKS, CORNSACKS, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL, FOR B WOOL,Faui^ Q^u»BMENI , B Inmwaiate atte? _ Uoil . We shall be pleased to forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms upon application. Ct.ristchti.-cH Wool S-rte D*4«s for l*915"*o» n- ,* , -rnTToanAv wnvwM-RTyR 11th 2nd sale-MONDAY, DECEMBER Isnr& Ist saIe—THURSDAY, NOvJiMBJ-K 11th *n« ■»•■ Mn « nA v FEBRUARY 7th 3rd sale-MONDAY, JANUARY 10th 4th sale-MONDA-, _*J-Br.u/--»i CATALOGUES CLOBE SEVEN D&YB BEFORE EAOH BALE DATE. DISTRICT STOCK SALES. We are chief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for COOPER'S SHEEP DIP. The merits of this old-established DIP ar. so well known that we need say little _s to iti effioocy. mn „ f Q _ aioned annually in COOPER'S », B SW«STa-i'——t -«* «■ mer We ahall be glad to receive orders for tbe ensuing year. Mil ARTPUR WRIGHT, LITTLE RIVER, is our District Agent, and will bib glai ti receive*p-_iS e4 BtoS. Wool, etc., and to assist owners m any poMbl. waj. pVIM E and Co., Wool Brok§ps^

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3498, 22 October 1915

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