House I rk i ; M Takes the "WOE" §H$ Out 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 6-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 yoii will wonder how you managed so long without it. This is the experience of every one so far. XT Work is done in a few minutes thai look 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 for honip, office, or public buildings. Full directions! with each mop. Prices Mops 6/6 and 9/6, according tosize. Postage 7id extra. Polish (only required to replenish in two or three months time) 4oz Bottles 1/6. Postage 3M. 12oz Bottles 3/- Postage 6kl extra. ORDER TO-DAY. PYNE A CO. WOOL SEASON 1915-16 TTTI? dfiaire t0 again thank Peninsula Wool Growm and others for the liberal tsuppor W Scoried ü83u 8 3 firing; past and previous seasons' transaction., and to announce tha we ate now reeeivirg Consignments of Wool ' EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OB SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET Tn mnkinc this announcement it is poareely necessary to remind FLOCK-OWNER! 1 LSs £ SnUon with the business bom the time consignments amve in store unt; 3 they O?th e e a 'JSS 4 XFSSSSi o ™™ successful conduct of a Woo! **,«.. .b now topgant |»^ pß]J DigpLi _Y and opening up of all lots that they may comman tbe %' B ijAREFU°L b AND' .EXPERT VALUATIONS advising growers of such and the P vc int* store, and .he furnishing c and sales. . These a«.the linee upon wbi<h our wool bueiness has been run in the past, and upo EHOUSE( one o£ the BEST IN HW ZEALAND Sres the prompt delivery of all consignments whether by rail. ? ea or otb £ meai oi'trans™ special arrangements being made whereby wool amvmg m LytteUq reaches our store a few hours after. nnrnvßS FOR WOOLPACK9, CORNSACKB, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAI ° BDE Sd otSer SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention. Wβ shall be pleased to forward Specification's and Advice Forms upon application. CHristcHurcK Woo} Sale Dates for 1O15"**»» i rrormamv NOVFMRER lira 2nd sale-MONDAY, DECEMBER fii Sa^&MOT^ jk"u2Y?S «* saie-MONDA*. FEBRUARY 7, CATALOGUES CLOSE SEVEN DAIS BEFORE EACH SALE DAT! DISTRICT STOCK SALES. We hold MONTHLY SALES ot LW. "' " be duly advertised, and for which wa are glad to receive entrieß Wβ are chief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for COOPER'S SHEEP DIP. ) The merits old-established DIP are so well known that we need say lit. as to its effiency. fin nOO 000 Bneep are dipped annually in COOPEB It is claimed that something Aβ 2 °°; OO . O ' LUU „ fottatog mote teed be said as to DIP, and that its use is increasing year by year. «w 8 m6r We shall be glad to receive orders for .be ensuing year. ™™r,,,m r tttt.tc RIVER, is our District Agent, and will be glad PYNE and Co., Wool Brokers.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915
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