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ySjifr- '"" ■ ' *" '" ' "*" ,W| mm ■__ »i i ii-»i i_r»a»_U-_«Bi«__-_«_-_»^-M_«-T. C. TAYLOR & CO. Have just landed ft large assortment of Garden Seeds From YATES & CO. and Sutton & Sons* England! Imported direct, ex s.i CoristiuY Including the following Potatoeß varietiei: Up-to-dates, Gamekeeper, Beauty Hebron Robin Adair, Early Rote, <fee. Blatchford's Calf Meal Our shipment from New York has now arrived. This food is "a perfect milk substitute" of the 20th century method ICOlbs makes 100 gallons, and is packed in lOOlbs at 22/6 501bs at 11/6 251bs at 6s Raises better calves and saves the milk. Full Stocks of Groceries and Hardware alwayi on hand at reasonable rates. Gash coupons Is in the Jl in goods T. E. Taylor and Co. AKAROA T LEWITT LEWITT'S Drapery . . New Goods ex Turakina include : The LATEST in London Neckwear The LATEST in Millinery direct from the makeri The NEWEST Dress Gooda for mid-Summer Wear —Also— New Carpet Squares and Hearth Ruga Casement Curtains and Lace Curtails Everything Needful for Renovating the Home WOOL ler Soldiers' Socks, Patens, Alloa and Deible Knitting . ANOTHER SHIPMENT TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK, . . a ''' A Cordial to all to view our NEW GOODS at Our Cottmodioue Warehouse. / _vaaii-Mi____-_-a__a_____----«aBM-aaaM_ LEWITTS akaroa Beach Rostd

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915

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