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GIFTS FOR HER A dainty 9ct; Brooob, with garnet in theyoentra at the modes price of 18b. , Wo have a «eleot range o! Brooobes, suitable lor Birthday or Wedding Presents. Wa will be happy to forward particulars *on request. Oar Prices are very reasonable, A neat little Broach of Sot gold, with a xa<-nat ear rounded by earla in centre of an Orienti. design. Only 18a. G»GOATES * *,*> LIMITED 744 COLOMBO STREET, CHRIS TORTJRCH. THE Canterbury S«%ed ; vVE AREBUYERB OF 'CO€f'£FGOT #c GftQ sujjply New Baokß and Twine at Current Hate FOR THE aANTBRRnBY (N.Z SEED COMPANY 0 H. HEWLETT, Manger 1 ■ f MONEY WE ha»o £10,060 to LEND on Free** | security in various sumn. | MBABES AMD WILLIAMS I Solioltura, Lavaud Street, Afearoii Attend Office Little River first Thnreda* la eaoh month, also Dnvauohelle every Sal' Day. BUTTER AND HONEY WRAP PING PAPBRR. PRINTED AT "AKAROA MAIL" OFFIO*. T\ 7 E ore prepared to PRINT Better and » * Honey Wripping Papers on the prescribed paper and with the proper ink, as required by tbe "Pare Foods Act," at reason able prioee. Let uo know your requirements, aed we will supply you with quotations, t E. M. JACOBBON, Manager, "Akaroa Mail " ■■■■ ■ ■■ A little cold is a dangerous thing No § saying what it may lead to. Don'i delay. 1 &et "NAZOL"—that swift, sore remedy for 1 :;.•-•' ... 'boughs, colds, infiaei'Sa. a d t>ore throat. J •"■■■■■''' Biztydoicacoßi J/6. " mv.-\ ■;■:•■

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3511, 8 January 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3511, 8 January 1916

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