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i ] JUST THE THING FOR GIRLS -*mftlDS ! CARN '"' ' COSTUMES i j Jfcm &DRESSES ! 1111 fa v lltPt Mothers and guardians canl_i l_J _s^'*/\ w\ llot * a * *° eP^ w^^ ffp \v our excellent variety and M\ |\ V fv\ values in these garments. A W' will \. / V °* inspection is cordially M HI N. \/ \\ invited. This does not place j W jßlk I \y'a |\ you under any obligation to F / 11/ li il // \SA 11\ purchase. ~ Jr ■/•• Wulid' iUkfJ\ This'iliustratiori is No. 304 from fr I ■ Ww7 1 rlf \ our "FASHION GUlDE,"which I ml Wwl;' I !_!_ •') \ is posted free on request. No. M/ I sT~T~S M| \ 304 is a Maid's Stylish Costume, ' w■ ■/ k&/ I'l II il \\» \ ' nav y Coating Serge. The 1 I fis\/ Ml I 1! li I ! \./ \ coat ' ias neat d double-button I ) Mi/ I/i Hi II \fy-r\ eiiect, fastening at belt. Circular j Ml I / j % V W- : \ skirt, with pointed yoke. All ' 'W*X iff '7/ |l \Yi sizes'to fit girls 14 to 18 years— ' '\rW> Willi *3/19/8 I! y J _M' "'li. P J\s/ Similar styles, in White Pique ' fSpSfc^mm— anc * Coloured Cotton Repps, ! Mii 'i ' Il \ 2 Guinea * MI li // 'I \ GIRLS' WHITE MUSLIN /$/ I I '// f, \ FROCKS, daintily trimmed, /# II 11 I '/ \ lit girls 3to 7 years — Ml I I '/' 7/ \ v u 9 / 11 /_/ I /// // \ To At girls Sto 12 years— ufll. J il J 7, \ 8/11 10/9 15/9 17/6 Ml II ll 11 :! l \ GIRLS'DUST COATS, assorted SI 11 la \\v\ * 7 •■/ \ colours, to fit girls sto 12 I %*A CHRISTCHURCH I I LJi2!ltj2& E> C * BR O WN » Manager. 1/-Discount in every complete iii..,...,,.., Pso7--7('"5 PYNE & CO. WOOL SEASON 1915-16 we. are now receiving 303 Consignments of Wool EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET In making this announcement it is Fcaroely necessary to remind FL oc K'OWNEKS Sales for many years. This has been brought abou' by CARMUh Ai -_•„!,„„„, details In "onnUon with the business from the time consignments arrive in store until they are realised and returns remitted to owners. „„„j„„ f „i „ Wnnl Business the Of tbe various points connected with tbe successful conduct of a Wool Business, tne moie ( ir P T_E' PROPER DISPLAY and opening up of all lots that they may command th 6%) SeFUIInD'EXPERT VALUATIONS advising growers of such and the pvo into store, and the furniahing of weights in the ordinary course. - ____ S™wS S?Si 1— -« *- - » "- •■* »° d ■>- which II will h.eonduotea m ilhe More. wiBBHOOSB om o( th , BEST IN HEW reaches our store a few hours after. ORDERS FOR WOOLSACKS, CORNSACKB, TWINE., BRANDING MATERIAL, and other SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention. We shall be p eased to forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms upon application Ch-ristchurcH Wool Sale Dates for 1915-16* ilra astifflßS'. , Ba_iss CATALOGUES CLOSE SEVEN DAYS BEFORE EAOH SALE DATE. DISTRICT STOCK SALES. We hold MONTHLY SALES of Live Stock at H™ BIVER, dates of .bioh will be duly advertised, and for which we are glad to receive entrieß Wo are chief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for COOPER'S SHEEP DIP. ThcJ merits of this old-established DIP are so well known that we need say little is to its eflicacy. n.„ orn nnn nno sheen are dinned annually in COOPER'S DlP)^£ e^ h l GO riS S !n k g ° needie said as to its mer We shall bo glad to receive orders for the ensuing year. „» 'authiir WRIGHT, LITTLE RIVER, isourDktrict Agent, and will be glad te of Scf Wool, etc., and to assist owners in any possible vray, PYINEL «andl Oo« 5

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3504, 12 November 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3504, 12 November 1915

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