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PUBUO NOTICES. ; —. i . , '. ■ ■ L J. VANGIONJ,f GENERAL MERCHANT, ;^; 1$ 4EABOA :% — I Seeds JUST AfJBIVED— GARDEN SEEDS FLOWER SEEDS Seed Potatoes * Early Rose * ' H beauty Hebron "I , Robin Adair '"* Up to Date. CROCKERY k Bedroom Sets V* From 15a to , ' Beet Assortment in' New Zealand DOULTON WARE SILVER, WARE* . ■ . ■ -j i * FENCING WIRE,, ROOFING IRON, j NAILS, STAPLES, Etc. >, 1 '; ! "" .X r AGENTS FOR EDISON PHONOQRAPS. c ' 0 6 Large Stocks of Phonograps 0 Records kept id Stock. Blue ' ' ' '■ Amerol Reoords, Disc Rβ. '- y ' oorda' - •,' c • ~'*«. An ABBortmeßt of Phonograph* all rt.^-i . Chrietohuroh Prioee. ' -'"¥ I ' ■& 1 : -% * - ;■(' y ' ■ "!' 7 kOUISJ.VANGIOiIiI A Gentleman 8 IT is not enough to have the mannerslpp and bearing of a gentleman. Thatft ?f indescribableair which character- - ises men of refinement is due in a , great measure to the clothes they }>> wear. It is attention to the little 'y points of nicety which mark the dis- Mj, criminating and well-balanced man. •£"' '■■■' * l> The men we tailor do not patronise Jμ us merely because our Cash System ■^γ, 1 enables them to effect a saving 20/- to 80/- on each suit. They are )w satisfied we can give them the fit and finish, compatible with gentlemanly appearance That uHh why we claim to be particular UilurflH for particular men. , mm Try us with your next suif and let us vindicate our claims. Ourf» stock of Fashionable Suitings is most extensive, and our well-trained stafl '' can attend to your order JNOW Z H you cannot call, a post ravd will " ): bring our representative lo joiTdooi ' : w \ with patterns and prices. ■~ c s fn WRITE TO-DAY jJjji 115 WOBCEBTBB STEEET, ,'^E (opp. Government Buildirjgs ,> omf COLOMBO STBBET, ', , t (opp. Broapwftj'e ', CHBISTCHUBCH. : V If you suffer frem Brocohitis or Aitkmii. , „ ! "NAZOL" will prove a boon and • bltuingi, '< f Take it on sugar or through a "NAZOLI? In. baler, and you will nave great relicf (j Sold „', • everywhere in boHlos 1/6. ' ■' i( r;

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3518, 1 February 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3518, 1 February 1916

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