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BPBHTIBB W9TTOIB. i , The D.I.C. >? M^L "Morning Glory" JMHAI -GOWN A LONG FELT WANT. R?ffl' It is "frith pleasure we illustrate to-da.y _^_If the "Morning Glory" Gown, as mtro-/ ft'* , .v*'i••'•'!'.ss» r^_P duced by the D.I.C. I.•.•••* !•£•s'. \f S The "Morning Glory" is an improved |f/i*'-isVv.llM I Overall, which, being a perfect and com- If'-* •••••.' : : : ''.v[| 1 5 plete covering, may even be worn as a |-' -*.vJ;;X;..J.N; jIL It has sleeves, and a large overlap fas- IJ'tf.'.'-'''< :: '-'''-'"fi'VJß tening at the side, enabling it to be fflji. -;->'f; Made of good Washing; Cambric in Navy lit li : '-A '•' : ' : . , ty'."ll and Bluclier Blue, with white sprigs, ct-H-1 *"-"('£-* : spots and stripes ; also Haircord in }[;}, Iv- ;.vX;!;#| various shades, or, if desired, white V.[ !;|.y[.•;.;.;.;.[(M "round with stripes, etc. 1; 1-14 K->l.*-:*:-:-_f|M Each has a collar and cuffs of contrast- '''•'I.T .'•.'•!•!•/# ing colour, which, with the excellent v\'-'%- ••*•'£_ss cut of the garment, gives it a really Y. -;.;|t- v.v.;|E| smart appeara ice. ||. y|t' v .*X; jj/f Msdinm Size O-S. Size fi.'*'.'(l' '••".'•"''^M &6 7 f & • WWim PosJ-ge P«id Wondsrful Value WB^."*ff|«Vt- f Order your " Morning Glory " at once. llv'ilM*'-*"f 'M Perhaps your friends will join you. Kr'tt»M' : *v'lS 1/. Discount in each complete £ for Cash, as usual Unlike most dresses, the "D.I.C. Morning Glory " slips on like a coat, and is complete!.* ~yHS^t^\'.--'..W\ a ill listed in les_ than 10 seconds—no buckles, no straps, no tapes. Simply f.isten the button A at wai-t, and it's on, perfectly lilted without a gap or a. bulge. Picture tho many uses to which you can put this excellent gown and order at once. D. I. O. CHRISTCHURCH

PYNE & 00. WOOL SEASON 1915-16 we. are now receiving Consignments of Wool EITHER FOR LOOAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET in making this announcement it Kd^yTN k CR B E_SW^ to 3fir& ■— siui c ° na * ot ° f • w ° ol Bnaineßß ths """Jf'SS' PROPER DISPLAY and opening up of all lots that they may command the£ S VALUATIONS advising growers of auoh and the pro weights in the ordinary course. „._„«, ¥_~. „S B_?s KEt bu.l»..= b- -. « m tt. P»l. - °P« " bl, Tb."T...°«„°t| di °o_ 8 WOOL Wiß-HOnSB. «_ ol Ita BEST IN HEW reaohes our store a few hours after. ORDERS FOR WOOLPAOKS, CORNBACKS, TWINE. , BRANDING MATERIAL, ° R ?_d oS SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention. We shall be pleased to forward Speci£cation Notes and Advice Form, upon application CHHstcHuirel- Wool Sal© Dates for 1915"*w» CATALOGUES CLOSE SEVEN DASS BEFORE EACH BALE DATE. DISTRICT STOCK SALES. We bo,d MONTHLY SALES of Live jW-LgJ BIVER, date, of whioh will be.duly advertised, and for whioh we are glad to mam entnea We are chief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for COOPER'S SHEEP DIP. The merits of thi. old-established DIP are _o well known that we n.ed sa, little as to it» effioacy- ft . dlnoed annually in COOPER'S It is claimed that something ike 2 «7^ ep N S more need be said as to iv DIP, and that its use is increasing year by year. Homing w» ""we shall b* glad to receive oiders for ihe ensuing year. MB ARTHUR WRIGHT. LITTLE RIVER. 1b nr b ° BU * " receive|particular 9 oi Stock. Wool, etc., and ;o a»tet owners In an, pos-.ble way. Wool JBifokors.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 29 December 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 29 December 1915

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