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,■ BPBINBSB NOTICES. . The DIG. J^L' "Morning dory" "l A LONG FELT WANT. Wm Ii is -with pleasure we illustrate *.o-day f^S^ is^Mr the "Morning Glory " Gown, ab iutro- jp.'v.v'• *•' IfiiF duced by the D.I.C. $.'& v. A^M/W The " Morning Glory " is an improved i'/i*.' - i''. - f i ''iulll t Overall, which, being a perfect and com- , "*"4 - ]j)ll! 1 plete covering, may even be worn as a v» It has sleeves, and a large overlap fas- ''ff.'.'-'".'-' •X'l'K'jjtl tening at the side, enabling it to be JHHv'"" '■''•''■'"lull adjusted to all figures). $1 !"""•*•{ '•'•■•"'i/'ll Made of good Washing Cambric in Navy If£"•'•{■ •'"'• '$'*& and Blucher Blue, with white sprigs. . fljjviffrY'XfcM' spots and stripes; also Haircord in H'n' - *'t'•*•*•''uvl various shades, or, if desired, white }■'ii fvr •'• v.'*l/ilffl ; '* ground-with stripes, etc. ' ' ' Ws'A .;"•>*;!;.*• T-."'J//M > Each has a collar and cuffe of contrast- *■'* l-l/V - '' - ']™ ing colour, -which, with the excellent ; VJ !• Uyyyiwm ■ out of the garment, gives it a really > .;.*} I'ifcylvgjM smart appearaicc. l, > ' {•"•"♦'•nl/M * Medium Size O.S. Size It•**['■ i'**'*'' - ili && it® lliil' Postage Paid Wonderful Value ui.'-U IV'-'ifl.tl Order your " Morning Glory" ut once. l|i'-ilM*«*'H 'M Perhaps your friends-, will join you. ||V* _vM^*'*( 1/- Discount In each complete & for Cash, as usual Js|f|&\"i| Vnliko most dreases, the-"D.I.C. Morning - l»*-/j||l Glory " slips on like a coat, and is completely <3lliffitt- -^t£"j adjusted ia less than 10 seconds—no buckles, no (Straps, no tapes. Simply fasten the button X it t waist, and it's mi, perfectly fitted without %£u » pap or a bulge. PicMiro the ma-ay uses to which you cits, put this excellent gown and order at once. I>. I. O. CHRISTCHURCH

PYNE & CO WOOL SEASON 1915-16 tttt-R desire to asain thank Peninsula Wool Growers and others for the liberal support W=SMK t S«t and previous seasons' transaction*, and to announce that wet are now receiving • :■ (toiiolginmeiite- of .Wool EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET Tn makin_ tbls announcement it iv pcarcely necessary to remind FLOCK-OWNERS <iX« fnr mknv years. This has been brought abon' by CAREFUL AliriWJiuw to ai details °a Sbffi" with" the business from tbe time consignments arrive ,a store until ,beJ •««"»* «"«««* ** Wool Business, the mOre (i) mP TH"E S PROPER DISPLAY and opening up of all lots that they may command the fun VALUATIONS advising growers of such and the pro tfipiinn of owners'interests In every possible way. -~.,. _• t> (3) Due acknowledgement of wool' when received into store, and the funnsbmg of weights in the ordinary course, „'_,___ 1 4i PROMPT RETURNS AND SALES. These are the Tines upon whi- h our wool business has been run in the past, Mid upon; WAREHOUSE, one of the BEST IN NEW 2"ALAND fosuretf the prompt delivery of all consignments whether by roil, sea brother mfans TVmnX fecial arrangements being made whereby wool arrivmg in Lyttelton reaches our store a few hoiirs after. , - ( ORTIFRS FOR WOOLFAGKS, CORNSACKB, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL, another SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention. We shall be pleaaed to forward Speoiaoation Notes and Advice Form? upon application CH*i«teKurch 'Wool Sale llate«. toy 1915"»1 1 &» Ist sale-THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11« Jg SkUARY 53 3rd salo-MONDAY, JANUARY 10th 4* sale-MONDAS, FEBRUARY 7th CATALOGUES GLOBE SEVEN DAIS BEFORE EACH SALE DATE. Wool for be consigned - , '™ *,£. If intended for shipment—"PYNE <fe CO., C/o N.Z. Shipping Co.. LYTIELTON. DISTRICT STOCK SALES. We bold MONTHLY SALES of Live Stock at LITTLE RIVER, dates of which will be_duly advertised, and for which we are glad to reoeive entrieß We are ohiet Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for ©OOPER'S SHEEP PIP. The-merits of. this '. old-established DIP ore bo well known that we need say little BS that something like 260.000,000 sheep are dipped annually in COOPER'S DIP, and that its, use is increasing year by year. Nothing more need bo said as to us We shall be glad to reoeive oeders for the ensuing year. MR ARTHUR WRIGHT, LITTLE is our District Agent, and wm bo glad to receive!particular, of Stock, Wool, etc., and to assist owners in any possible way. PYNE and Go.i

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3510, 4 January 1916

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3510, 4 January 1916

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