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_J iUSINJSSS WOTICBB. _____ s I TIL ¥ if** j*s*sitk. ¥ • I Ihe DJLC I A LONG FELT WANT. WL Jlw I It is with pleasure we illustrate to-day ft^^' siigiF I tho "Morning Glory" Gown, as iniro- &• ;.v£ '■'//.'WM: '" | The " Morning Glory "ia an improved R*i*i*"--'*■ MIT Overall, which, being a perfect and c«m- jj\\"•/.;!; ,'■ SV'vjj(l § piete covering, may even be worn as a S ■* It has sleeves, and a large overlap fas- ft ;Xv> "f'X'K'jjjl / tening at the side, enabling it to be lvl"'"'»'J '•'■'•'•"•'if.jll 1 adjusted to all figures. f>'r- : -"i '"."■' i ".'"f/.'|j| : | Made of good Washing Cambric in Navy || l;.vfiv:;.-jj;.'jffl ;, and Blucher Blue, with white sprigs, & J. $ j spots and stripes ; also Haircord in |J !■; I"" various shades, or, if desired, white lt-iftvl-K*."v*;*l/ffl« ■ » ground with stripes, etc. i Each has a collar and cuft's of contrast- >'.'l''|' 'A'''''iW ing colour, which, with the axcellent. '*.%«!*'li™ ' cut of tlie garment, gives it a really '/'.''mi '****•*•'flSi t smart appearaice. l""'»"flli. I Medium Sue O.S. Size K'-ijii '•*" , "'-'-|™ ' P..Ub*P«J W«»J«rf«l V»1u« Order your " Morning Glory "at once. to''llJ«.£| -'M ' *■ Perhaps yeur friends will join you. |K"fflM*w'»*|l| '. 1/- Dtscotint in e«eh eoraplate £ fee Cash, as usual WM^V'-jl| $ Vnlike most dresses, tha "D.I.C. Morai?fr r Glory" siips on like «. co»t, nnd is completely i: * »djust«l in less th»D 10 seconds—no buokl««, 7 J; I nc strrps, no t«p«. dimply fo.»t*ti Hie button * » nt wiiiit. and it'» on, jicrlectly fitted without >Ksi ' a. gap or si bulge. Picture the many mes to ), ywhieh you can put this excellent gown and t" m order at onoo. F 10. I .G. christchurch] PYNE & CO. WOOL SEASON X-XJ-& desire to RGftta thank Peninaula Wool Growers and others fox Uw liberal support W aoobrded us during past and previous seaflon.' traneaotiow, and to annoance that we are now reoeiving Consignment s of : Mool. EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET Tn makinc this it is Fcareely necessary to remind FLOCK-OWNERS flteadily INCKbABHitJ uuk wuuu r>«Kwwnr. AiTRNTION to a Sales for mnnv years. This hae bsen biought abou' by CAREBUL AllJiKJiUfl io ai deSsin Scion with tbe business from, the time conaignments arrive in store nnt.i * V •™--* l -nduet of a Wool Business the more tapgmt «•£____ displa .y 6nd opening up of all lotß that they may command the fall VALUATIONS advising growers of such and the pro tpntinn of owners'interests in every possible way. ....._- « (3) Due "eknowledgement of wool when received into stere, and the furnish.ng of weichtß in the ordinary course. „_._.,__. (41 PROMPT RETURNS ANf) SALES. Theea are tho lines upon wbk-h our wool busineus has been run m the past, and upon WW^^.l^^ ,B W wS5b WAREHOUSE, one of the BBBT IN NEW 7V ALAND insurae the prompt delivery of all consignments whether by rail, sea oi■ o ber mLn. S! «Sl, apaoill arrangements being made whereby wool am-t-g In Lyttelton reaohes our store a few hours after. mn „ RB FOR WOOLPACKS, OORNRACKS, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL, and other SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will have immadiate attention. We shall be pleased to forward Specification Motel and Advice Forma upoa appii«ation CSwiateHu-'ci- Wool 9al« ©at©_ for 19_5-1&. , . , rrnrrRHDAY NOVEMBER 11th Bnd sale-MONDA¥, DEC3BIMBER Cm ! SSI"I&NM sale-MONDAI, FEBRUARY 7™ | CATALOGUES CLOSE SEVEN DAIS BEFORE EACH SALE DATE. IiSTRICT ST©CIC SILES. We hold MONTHLY SALES of Live Stock BIVER, dates of which ..H belduly adwriiaed, and for which we are glad to receive entries We are ohief Agentß in Canterbury, Kaikoura for COOPER'S SHEEP HIP-' Themeritß of thin old-established DIP are so well known that we need say little j as to its effieaoy. Qfa di a Bnnua ll- in COOPER'S It is claimed that something like 26O.0OO.W^ 0ee^ thi Dflßd J DC ttM Mto its DIP, and that its use is increasing year by year- ™k«<uk m ° r We shall be glad to receive orders for the entning year. mv ahtrt.tr WRIGHT LITTLE RIVER, ia our District Agent, and will be gla« te to assist owners in any possible way. Pfpll and €^^n

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3515, 21 January 1916

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3515, 21 January 1916

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