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I , ■ ff. 1. TAVLIii * 4», Xmas and New Year. T. E. TAYLOR & CO. The New. Season's Fruits are now landed Currants Sultanas Raisins Muscatels Peel » Etc. A fine assortment of Cordials and Summer Drinks lit all flavourings ' _. ' A, Jellies and Tinned Eruits of the best brands XMAS PRESENTS. " We have a splendid stock of Goods to select from including Electro Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, China, Copper and Brass Ware, Vases, Ornaments, &c &c A SEPARATORS. are appointed Agents for the Fortuna Cream Separator, a most reliable machine at the low cost of£B 10s. INSPECTION INVITED. COUPONS. T) LEASE note that no coupons will be exchanged from J- FRI DAY, I7th December, to TUESDAY, 4th January, 1916, inclusive. T. E. Taylor and Go. AKAROA T LEWITT _L_L> W 111 -3 Toy and Fancy Goods Ra^aax*. XMAS PRESENTS XMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS in great variety from Id each FOR MEN Dressing Cases,' Military Brushes, Wallets, Purses, Brashes, Ties, Shirts, Sets Studs, White and Khaki Silk Kerchiefs (plain and initials), Suspenders in fancy boxes. FOR LADIES AND GIRLS Silk Kerchiefs (linen and cotton), Fancy Kerchiefs (in endless variety), Hand Bags, Purees, Dressing Cases, Hair Tidies, Trinket Boxes, Fancy Collars and Bows, Kerchief and Tie Boxes, and hundreds of other pretty goods. , Doulton, Walton and other Ware for Household Gifts in Sweets, Fruits, Jugs, Vases, etc Antimony Ware and Jap Toys straight from Japan to your door. Newest Designs at Lowest Prices. Thousands of Toys for the Children See Our Toy Room crammed with 1 Every Kind of Toy Everything for Xmas Season at LEWITT'S tseach ; Roslga < ■■■ akaroa.-.■

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 29 December 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 29 December 1915