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BEATH'S FOR BLOUSES A very large selection of charming Blouses arc here, all modor!!',o'lv pru-cfl. Wo illustrate a very fn.vhioisnl.ile and useful Voile B!ov.se in Vilock stripes, shades of Navy and Wliitc, Black and White, Snxc and "White .. 8/6 Similar styles in Silk —Grey and White, Black and White .. 14/6 V/RITE TO BEATH'S FOR IT! We pay postage and allow 1/diEccunt iv each complete £ for cash.. BEATH&CO.LTD. JAMES MITCHELL. Manadnt Director CHRISTCHURCH

PROSPECTS OF SEASON + COMPLETELY CHANGED BY WEATHER BREAKING. The break of the weather during the past few weeks has ohanged tbp prospects of tbe 1915 Reason as far ap Banks Peninsula farmers are con earned. During the winter, and in fact all through last year, there was not a heavy downpour which has given the ground a thorough soaking, and the hot weather following a dry winter made the prospects of a good season this year look very gloomy The heavy rain of last week, how ever, and the lighter rains before and since, are now giving an ample supply of moisture. Besides, there seems to be a permanent break in the weather, which promises to have ended the drought. DAIRYING. This indicates a record dairying seasoi for tbe Peninsula, and mosfcof the factories are receiving a larger supply than last year. The increased prices ruling for butter and cheese indicate an excellent season for dairy men. The very dry spring has been most detrimental fco a number of dairymen, and after the shortage of teed in tbe winter, followed by the dry spring, a great number of cows were lost There should be no shortage of fe9d now, however. LAMBS AND WOOL. Tbe lambing season on Banks Peninsula bas been a record one, and there are some splendid averages re corded since tailing. The wool prospects are very bright, and shear ing has already commenoed, though no main flocks have been started. COCKSFOOT. The dry weather in the spring and the shortaga of feed made it impera tive to sacrifice most of the cocksfoot on Banks L'eninsula this year, and few owners were able to reserve their usual area for cocksfoot. It might not yet be too late to shut up some of the paddocks which have not been fed off too bard. The paddocks which were shut up in September, and were not too hard fed, are now coming away fairly freely, though, of course, the crops are bound to be very thin. The big shortage in the Peninsula crop this year Bhould make the price of .cocksfoot very high again this year, and seems every prospect that a record orice will be realised.

FLEMING & Sons, GENERAL MERCHANTS, 48. Manchester Street, Christ church. Why pay more for- your goods when you can buy for CASH at the following prices a— COLONIAL A.I SUGAR. 12a per bag Fleming's Almond Soented Soap, 7£d per bar, FLOUR—Sacks 28s, 100's 14/s, 50's 7/3 10/6 per box KEROSENE-8/11 per case Extraot Soap Powders. Is per drzen packets Currants, 5d per lb Macaroni and Vermecelli. 5J per paoket Sultanas, 6Jd per lb Canary Seed, 5Jd per paoket Seeded Baisins, 5Jd per paoket , Chick Food, 21b bags 7Jd Lemon and Orange Peel, 6£d per lb Cream of Tartar, best quality l/ll per lb Rsce, 2sd per !b, 9/6 per bag Matches, (safety) 5d per packet containing 12 Sago, 2Jd per lb Tapioca, 2Jd per lb boxes (not 10 boxes) Candles (Wax), 6d per Blue, square 7d per lb, bag 9d. Salmon Steak, haif-pouTfd tins, Gd Starob, Colnaan's large packets 2/4 Herrings in Tomato Sauce, large tin f Jd, Condensed Milk, Highlander 6d per tin 5/9 doz Bmall 5d Cornflour, Primrose 4d per )b, 3/9 per doz Kippered Herrings, large tin 9d, small 5d Jams, assorted 5j per lb tin Fresh Herrings, 6Jd per tin Essences, Flavouring 5d per bottle, large size Bronze Metal Polish, 6d per tin Vanilla and Lemon 9Jd Magpie Stove Polish (beet on market), Golden Syrup, 71b tins. 1/7, Treaole 1/5 3Jd per tin Knife Polish, 4Jd per tin Nujzget Boot Polish, large tin 7£d Eno's Fruit Salts, 2/8 Flaked Kice, 6d per packet Writing Pads, 4 for Iβ Jeyes Fluid, large bottle lljd Borax Soap, 5Jd per bar . TEAS—I/3. 1/6, and 1/9 per lb. Finest HillDauntless Soap, 3 bars Is, 8/G per box, grown Ceylon Orange Pekoe Tea, 8/11 per 30 bars 51b box. SPECIAL FREE OFFER TO OUR CUSTOMERS SEE GENERAL CATALOGUE.. If you have our Large Illustrated Catalogue use it. If nofc, write to-dsy. It's Free.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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