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' _ BUSINESS NOTICED .. < 1 " t (,- v 1 I )n " i - t l!T ! - 7-.'/'''' , i , 'i l 'l i mW MM 1 Pi' iFU >'v <«i!(fy! MOP -:| ftwa the VVUtL | 1; 1 l#l o/ Homework I is | "*"'"*"" *3 i- S? "FT really docs. Makes it easy to keep your home bright and | IS cheerful. Your furniture and your floors will always smile buck | lal you, and dull, dingy woodwork will become a tiling of Ihe past 1 when you adopt the O-Cedar Polish Mop. | Millions of women Ihroughoul Hie world, and thousands g throughout the Dominion are now using (he O-Cedar Jloji. | WE WANT EVERY WOMAN IN AKAROA TO TRY IT. I We know you will be delighled, and you will wonder how you | managed so long without it. This is the experience of every one § Work is done in a few minutes that took a day before. No fe more getting down on hands and knees, and wearing yourself out. | Simply run Ihe mop over the floors, or anywhere, and the mop | picks up dirt —and germs too. | 1 1? Useful for home, ollice. or public buildings. f| §j Full directions wiih each mop. | fv! Prices Mops 6/8 and 9/6, according losize. Poslage 7.d extra. | S Polish (only required lo replenish in two or three moiiihs time) £ 3 ioz Bottles 1/6. Postage 3kl. 1202 Bottles 3/- Postage (iyi extra. '« I ORDER TO-DAY. >.

IYNB & CO irir ✓""v /"""Y ¥ O fh O /~">\ Tk T ■W OOL btiAhohi i i I i i I »-i)E desire to ngain thank Peninsula Wool Grows 1:5 and others for <ho euprort JVV accorded us during past end p.evlous fpasorb , transaction', s>ml to announce luM wa are now receivi g i • CQiieignments ©ff . I EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE CU SH.I'HENT TO THE LOKDjIT tlfißi-lET. In making tbis announcement it v •croc'y »*jS ;? that we rank, i .peeialit.v of our WOOL BUSINESS, tua bfing v-- ..e ha« Readily INCREASED OUB WOOL OFFERINGS. «nd bendedllio ~a* in., ,^,^ ( j -< ft l es for many years. This h« e b*en b o..uht nl.ou by JM devils in conoeo .on with the basinet fn u> the lime consignments am\o a. fto.c.until they are realised and returne remitted to owner'?. w ,;. ■ ~ ° «.| the various points connected ni'h the Eticoeselnl conaoct of a W 00l D-γ mOre ( i" ,P THß nt PBOPBB DISPLAY a. d c.cning up o£ ail lots thai ;tbey may, d ■ the fu'l attention of bu es. . . . . , •, ,■ I (2) OARBFDL AND EXPEUT (idvitiHg growire_ of snoii and .i.c ;,o I tection < I owners' interests iv every possible way. .... ... ~n rl n,v f-irri-hirm of (3) Due acknowledgment of wool when nee.ved inls store, und Ino furr.iohJfifc oi weights in the ordinary ictirse. (4, PBOMPT AND S-I-KS. , . t nnilimfl . These are ihe lines upon w hi h our wo 1 business has been run in tiie pa.t, and upon which it will be conducted in the future. ■, itbt i" "ir\v moans of transit, specinl arrangements being made wbcreby wooi m bjtti-ton reaches our store i: few houra after. OIiPEHH FOB rOBN-*CKS, TWINE. BUAH.PISG .WiTEBIAL, »n,l other BBEABIMG HtQUIKEMI'NTfS will have .mmedmte ailentioo. Wβ shall be p-eacsd to forward Spec ficnt'on Notes and Advice Forms upon application. CinristcHurcS* Wool Sale Bates for 1915-IG' CATALOGUES CLOSE SEVEN D*?B BEFORE EACH SALE DATE. WooUor Local Kale should he conned --P™ 4 CBBISTCHUBCH » If interd-id for shipment- -J' YNB *CO , C/o N Z MiHPi"K to . .L\ 1 ilvJji u.n. Wβ hoid MONTHLY BALKS of Lye Rock at LITTLE ElYßßfdaUfi or which .il bo duly ftdve.lUed, and f r wi: c l - w- are n'fi ito icceiv cnuica We are chitf f gents in Canttrbm-y, Kftik an » : 'or • sheep osp b :; Tbarn.rite of Ibis ocU stallieh- .1 1 11' a.c no «ll known that we"«. d. a, lilt:. i- to it" t-ilicfiev , , ,s;,ir<-fl nnnuallv in COQPKII , . - His ch,im f d .bat s« lO! ethm,: 1-ke 2Cu OUO ««-0;b ef « o'pped .^ DIP, and that its use is incn-a: mg jiar iy w:ai. inoioiu m lflen \Vfl shall bo glad to recei-e orders ior ho enming year. Ml, .VTDUBNVBIGBT. rece.v.- particular* of Stock. Wool fc, nnd to .if t i--t f'Wmu may* j Wool Brokee'S. •■ ' •

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 27 October 1915

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