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BUBINIi33 HOTICIT3, . & ■ ■ I The D.I.C. n ! rloraing Glory" [ j" A LONG FELT WANT. Mffl \ • Il It is with pleasure we illustrate i'j-day fflNvTrT "■V'om I j! the "Morning Glory" Gown, as intro- $;.'•:•:•:''' .'• ' I duced by the D.I.C. §•".'!%•'. ■'•'.'• •y-. \mf i 1 The"" Morning Glory " is an improved r^i*.' : ''"'-'-'-'Hn 1 1l I * I Overall, which, being a perfect and com- &••••'•"? : ' : "'ill 1 3 I I plete covering, may even be worn as a « j It has sleeves, and a large overlap Pas- ¥.•;'•'•'•£ ""•'•"•■ jj-' m | I tening at the side, enabling it to be Mv>'} fv.'-ifplf I I adjusted to all figures. |4j\v}'/•'; '.\n\ || k Made of good Washing Cambric in Navy l|[|l'''"i ■'•''du'-m % | and Blucher Blue, with white sprigs, f |Jo"4'•'•'•M''fi - P I spots and stripes; also Haircord in f I}J|v.- .■\y\•l-ym * v ( various shades, or, if desired, white ;f(!||Xj. ;vVvf|j|| 1 ground with stripes, etc. •[•'} |;-%{\>v';lJ/|§ Each has a collar and cuffs of contrast- r''''l"''l •'•"•'•Jiljl! i ing colour, which, with the excellent •{.'••'ii* i"'.v!''lffl } cut of the garment, gives it a really t'.vs'lr*'.'*£ffffl I Medium Siie O.S. Size \ [•••ffi V**"""'"'ilif I g c'© wo YWm ■ 1 E Postage Paid Wonderful Value I . Order your " Morning Glory" at once. llv'illir'.'"! ''Jl ! ,E Perhaps your friends will join you. ltv«vM'"*KllS I 1/-Discount in each complete £ for Cash, as usual ; M|i;yi":|B l 1 VJnlike most dresses, the "D.I.C. Morning "'^^^fejips}Jn-*.»" I I Glory " slips on like a coat, and is completely <slsffijSk ,, "'V!';l 1 adjusted in lesi than 10 seconds—no buckles, - P 1 no straps, no topes. Simply fasten'the button , M | at waiit, aiul it's on, perfectly fitted without TMJSrt 1 i i gup or a liulre. I'ieturo tho many uses to l£wL H 1 which yon can put this excellent gown and W ■ order at once. ■ ' ' . -I fP.1.0. CHRISTCHURCHJ PYNE & CO '' •iv „i, v»™* n w Wool Grower and others for the libera! support W E 'aSaed and to announce tot wei are now reoeiviDg ~ Consignments of. W°°l EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OB SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON ; MARKS T in making this It SffSS •?55 that we nnko 8 dhtinat epeciality ol o« WBIKttW, »« ™ ? Christchurch ■ iadlly INCREASED OUR WOOL OFFERINGS and he « d^X^ BSTI oN to all Sales for many years. ™-"ta. bj« b tt e bo ° m^o^is a „ive in store until details in conneouon with the hUßiness irom me uu». c VoTnS^h"be successful conduct of a Wool Business the """(iPtHb' PROPER DISPLAY and opening up of all lota that they may command tbe tall VALUATIONS adding growers of such and the pro Ot SS^&SSIS^ t i wool 0 wh W en y -received into store, and .he furnishing of weights in the ordinary course. &se PR SS *«£ S_™ business has been run in the past, and upon which it wUI be conducted in the future WAMHOtjgB one o£ tho B EST IN NEW The -Situation of our V. o£ all consignments whether by rail, sea or other being ™£ <*•«** wool arriving in Lyttelton reaches our store a few hours after. ™„ ronnTPACKq OORNBACKS, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL, ° RDE S othS bHBAkSS REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention. We shll be pleased to forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms upon application «fcSSßg'.«BSffiß CATALOGUES ODOSE SEVEN D«B BEFOBE EACH SALE DATE. , . ,„ v -"PYNE & CO., CHRISTCHURCH" DISTRICT STOCK SALES. _„,, ,r- - nt LITTLE RIVER, dates of whioh will We bold MONTHLY BALES of Live «oo££»£"*£* belduly advertised, and for which we ate glad to receive entries We are chief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura lor y ©©©FEU'S SHEEP" DIP. ... , nro ... bo well known that we need cay little The'merits of this oW-eßtablished DIP are so «v ™° as to its efficacy. _ ftnrt beeD Bre flipped annually in COOPER'S It is claimed that something libe 2G0 " 00 . 0 ' 00 , 0 ", IqothinJi more need be said as to its DIP, and that its use is increasing year by year- . »oid n B "'"we shall be glad to reooive orders for the ensuing year. MR ARTHUR WRIGHT, LITTLE * " receivelpartioulara of Stock, Wool, etc., and to assjst owners in any * pyn «■: gincl Co.j Wool Bpokeps.

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

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

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