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BANKS PENINSULA STEAM- "■ SHIP SER7IOE. rHE Steamers ""oYGNET » "MONICA," ™nd"?OHK ANDERSON" wiU, mn M a ß d«%eather and Other peemitting)!- Car^ 0 M ~„_., Day. Train. Staliona c " 1, Frld. 965 am 4pml!hurs got hit BON'B BAY— LITTLK AKALOA AND MBNZIES BAT— Uoalfla Toon. 7.55 am fpm Mob For OKAIN'S BAY-g-i" SS" !iSS 5S welSS ££ J.S« dp-; Frid For PIGEON BAYFor PORT LEVY— adapts s«r Je% Special trips and Picnics can arranged BTBVBNBON, STEWART A CO., Telephone 848. 130, Manchester Street OBOWN BBEWEBY. MB- B.W.PIPPβ, ff Madeira Hotel Akaroa. ' MB. W. PARKIN, Brnee Hotel, Akaroa. MR J, GASKIH. Bomereet Hotel, Dovwehelles HB W. NBWTOH HlHTon Hotel, Barry , bPilßß. MR G. WHITMORE, Lake Foreyth Arms, Little Uiver OW» BREWERY BRER 18 UNRIVALLED HOTKL _ METROPOLE |SSi?- AKAROA THE MOST CENTRAL HOTEL. JSweHent table. Lunch from 12 to 2 p.m tS, Va'dSoU of at lowest current tm9 ' Billiard »«a Bagatelle Tablea. *.«feU* jfftgl Motor rase Proprietor. Quoon's . Hotel . «,o orvTWl. hie i'i»tbnen Thoroughly TARieF-6/^ PEB » AY -

B y.Y.r - (••■ * ■ ■ ■ ■ USE ONLIf, M * I*. B^der« H .nd «« *" ' M to be jjggjg, H R ManuUcSred in New Wland, therefore full value. ft In aslte. 5O11». lOOlb. cad 2001b Btkgu, Ali;BfoiB»U»n ft.m.SOLE AGENT— I ■Ji DCIieAM "TATTEBSALL-B ARCADE, ' Wp HfLSsHSJL 11 CASHEL ST, CHRISTCHURCH

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 19 November 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 19 November 1915

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