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j j JUST THE THING FOR GIRLS * MAIDS I | CARNIVAL WEEK! AAftTIIAiIFf. I ih\l li <-_!%_lv PP Mothers and guardians can--1 llrliii « not fail to be pleased with & irxk vi our excenellt var ' et y. ail d 1 S> — Jk \\ V M values in these garments. A W W(i\ I v * nl spection is cordially. $JJ. all \. \ / \\ invited. This does not place Jv y_j§.) I \V'//I\ you under any obligation to Ir fml\\i\l XVI lIV purchase. ' ,<*r / MM/ nliji\ This illustration is No. 304 fro™ i£k / lIP 1 rlSr \ our "FASHION GUIDE, "which ! (V I Willi' 1 l-Offl 1, \ Is posted free on request. No. $> / M-~~~T~i — fill. \ 304 is a Maid's. Stylish Costume, ! > W/ I Wli Jll li || \\| \ in N'avv Co*ating Serge. The i c?X I mi II li 11 11 \ \ \ coat nas neat ' double-button i iJ X ¥11l !■■ 11 Ii \vA eiTect, fastening at belt. Circular g I ,-" X/ ffi* 'I '/ |/i \if : l \ skirt, with pointed yoke. All 1 'M< Mill I ' ■// % \\V*T sizes to fit girls 14 to 18 years— 1 ffyl '!liV\ WYe j *\j' Will'lll &- Similar styles, in White Pique j £__Tll_ .„______... and Coloured Cotton Repps, Jw/ 1 ; i" J, Il \ 2 Guineas j Mf I '// 'll \ GIRLS' .WJiITE MUSLIN W I '// i \ FROCKS, daintily trimmed, /§ I ll '//. ' \ fit girls 3to 7 years— /i 1 1 7/ 7/ \ 5/11 ' 7/t1 9/11 111 I li \ To fit girls Bto 12 years— I ml 1I I ■'/' \ 8/11 10/9 15/9 17/6 i WJ 111 1 f/ '■'/ \ GJRLS'DUST COATS, assorted f//#* ll' 1\ 'I; I .-, \ colours, to fit girls sto 12 1 fMk CHRISTCHURCH sp=; r 1 B - C - BROWN, Manager. ~_Tv r fa"s_s. I/- Discount in every complete " £ for CAbll. Djo*7_---7r>o,*i W __s_rj_a-__J*_i_—inm-u-_^——— '*....-..-■___ ■**"»i»i*n. iil * t '" '-r »»■■»■' _•■»■■■■■___■■_________—j| PYNE & CO. WOOL SEASON 1915-16 we. are now receiving am Coiwlgnnronte ©f Wool r, r-n ootpmfNT TO THE LONDON MARKET EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENI J.U f if ; a -_.an.__lv necessary to remind FLOCK-OWNERS a*. In making this MnoonwiMn 'VVoTMSb, *l» «»"» Wb B *»' "l""? that we moki*. a dietinob speciality of onr WOOL »übi. fc ~ t . |h christchurch steadily INCREASED OUR WOOL, cSbFUL ATTENTION to all Sales for many years. Ttmi has "» b 3 h J to eonaißninents anive in itore DBlil details in conneoiion with tbe business from the time k they are realised and returns remitted to . w"««- {ul oonduc t of a Wool Business, the Of the various points connected with tbe succes_.uii.u_ moie ( iPTH_ fc SaOMB DISPLAY and opening up of all lots that they may command tb6f S tIIEFU°L b AND EXPERT VALUATIONS advising growers of such and the pro ma i° l^ e i»f store, and the furnishing of weithts in the ordinary course. a . TWq S___"s S B »?» JS." »S«-— ■»■ "« m - iD ,ta Baßt ' ,na •»- which it will be conducted in the future. BEHOUSE one of the BEST IN NEW The Situation of our WOOL « & ™ ' betber b rftU Eea or other SSTJST S o mad! whereby wool arriving in Lyttelton reaches our store a few hours after. m „ ftrn . m . a rrmNSACKS TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL, OBDE SdS B SS?ST&qS_S!«OTB wiUhave immediate attention. We shall be pleased to forward Specimen Notes and Advice Forms upon application Chriitchurch _Xi 0 } e Sale DStCS for I%>ls"*°' o„,i coio_MONDAY. DECEMBER »)TH CATALOGUES CLOSE BEYEN DA„ BEFORE EAOH SALE DATE. •,a -PYNE & CO., CBRISTOHURCH " Wool for Local Sale should comigned -rx Cq LTTTELTO n.» If intended for Bhipment-"PXM3 &00 , t/o «./.. tDISTRICT STOUK 3HLESw m n MONTH! V SALES of Live Stock at LITTLE BIVER, dates of which will MONiHLi- bauu_ , nA tn Tnnfi i V (_ entries be duly advertised, and for which wa are glad to receive entries We are chief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for ©©OPERAS SHEEP DIPM , , ~• i, a t»tp afn so well known that we Deed cay little Thej merits of thia old -established DIP are so weu as to He effiency. „ „ 00 000 neep are flipped annually in COOPER'S It is claimed that scmeth.ne Jibe 260,000 tut \eaee V ™ need be said as to its DIP, ana that Ha use is increasing year by year, now m mer We shall be glad to receive otdeta for ihe ensuing year. ™„.to WBI fIHT LITTLE RIVER, is our District Agent, and will be glad to PYNE and Co., Wool Brokers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915

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