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PCIBLrC NOTICES. GENERAL MERCHANT, fK*.^ Aii ABO A >'l.- <■ JUST ARRIVED— & GAfiDEN SEEDS « FLOWER SEEDS Seed P©iat®es .v ■ Early Rose Beauty Hebron *\ ' Robin Adair I Up to Date. '. — £ * CROCKERY v Bedroom Sets fi From ISs'to • , '- *' ''* Best Aaeortment in New Zealand, 7*- ~ .. J i ,3*i OOULTON WARE - *■* - v . ..' SILVER WARE ' : | ■A FENCED WIRE, ROOFING , .'& NAILS, STAPLES, Exo. ' V - *'-M AGENTS FOR EDISON PHONOGRAPS J '';*■}. Large Stooks of Phonograps ', Record-kept in Stock. Blue \"' f . Amerol Records, Diso Be. '";'iSl* cords " ■-,?," An Assortment of Phonographs all at , C Christohurch Prices. - , '\ if ' L,OUISJ.VANGIONI' Tt; " [' ,* LAVADD BTBBET j^: ;^:l| - . '*■ Sj.| A Gentlemai^|. f ' IT is not enough to have the mannjs " , and bearing of a gentleman. That 1 k 4? indescribable air which characterises men of refinement is due in a * r givat measure to the clothes they wear. It is attention to the points of nicety which mark the )<-. ( ,\,; criminating and well-balanced manA^;|pi^ The men we tailor do not |\ us merely because'bur Cash ■ enables them to effect a saving ]£ 20/- to 80/- on each suit They are rsatisfied we can give them the fit and finish, compatible with jJMJg'tj gentlemanly appearance. why we claim to be particulat £J for particular men. >?£%•£. \ , * , Try us with your next suit ordq^,"' s f and let us vindicate our claims. Our"!' $£* stock of Fashionable Suitings is most ' •) il] extensive, and our well-trained stafl " -t-\----can attend to your order NOW > f -v^ If you cannot call, a post car;l will ■ /■'' bring our representative to j o;.i door . ' ■ '? J with patterns and prices. , -■', •'/&, WRITE TO-DAY "*"^i^ 115 WORCESTER STREET, (opp. Government Buildirge - ' -.-.> COLOMBO STREET, '* - A {opp. Broapwny'B) "'^β CHRISTCHURCH. ; ?3 . .v'l

After the Bull ie over" you are liable to *•' '] I catch ft chill. Fortify yourself 'with-, ; "NaZOL." A few drops on lump eugar taken" V /'.g| inwardly, or a little foiffed up ..'"; .'*»'< will make you proof apftinet oold. ; ' . ;..

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3512, 11 January 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3512, 11 January 1916

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