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SHIPPING. ». a ß de?,weather and other oireumstanoes permitting):- oMgo Bt 4i ea mer Day. Train. . Station. Oyg Frid. e.ssam 4pmThurs for LB BON'S BAY— Cygnet Frl 9.65 am 4»m Thar LITTLE AKALOA AND MBNZIBS For OKAIN'S BAYS S-SSsSS For Pie ßoM KII BAY - Ml , nn H ft t Special Trips and Picnics can arranged STEVENSON, STEWABT & CO., Telephone 348. 180, Manchester Street 'OBOWN BREWERY. 8008 S l riw.p.p-'B, - Madeira Hotel Akaroa. MB.W.PABKIN, Bruce Hotel, Akaroft. MB 3. GABKIN, Bomerset Hotel, DuvauoUelles MB W. NEWTON Hill Top Hotel, Barry's Pass. MRG. WHITMORE, Lake Forsyte Arms. Little Kiver OWN BBEWERY BEEB IS GNBIVALIiED HOTEL METKOPOLL XZX* AKAROA THE MOST CENTRAL HOTEL. ■ißMrtlent table. Lunch Irom W to 2p.m "* e ": BiWard and Bagatelle Tables, Molor °^ c Proprietor. . Queen's . Hotel ■ "oSepon^ 9 »rpmptly attended to. TABIFF-6/6 PEB DAY.

Y.'i-T USE "ONLY. > /^ >T^^v. » ak. plates Breeders and Live Dairymen all over New Zettend to be Proved by Pedigiee ««» T]QE 7ERY BEt>Ti «. . v, o h« D ereen»6Reß of Proteids, Fat, and Oarbon Hydratee than other Coßtalßi hwhtf VerjSeoonomioel. Stops and prevents nounng makea. Hl 6 h in New "Zealand, therefore full value. in Sslb. sOlb. lOOlb. »«€» 2OOIb Bejja, A'ffmtormatten ftsinfiSOLß AGENT-. 11l U DCUCAN "T&TTEBSALL'S ARCADE, !■■ ■■■ lillllg^ ro CASHEL BT, CHRiSTCHUBCH

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3504, 14 December 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3504, 14 December 1915

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