FasMons lor Hands and Feet Bearth's Famous Values in ***?*?* and Hosiery arc well exemplified to liiese two typical lines: — ITALIAN KID GLOVES, 3-button, in WHITE ONLY—We have been fortunate in securing a large shipment of these Gloves; they are well worm 3/11 per pair, owing to the scarcity, hut BEATH'S PRICE is 2/11 pair. "LADY VIOLET" HOSIERY—Best American manufacture; no seams; doable tops, heels, feet, and tees; its fineness, lustre, dasUeity, and fit have made this Stocking very popular. BEATH'S PRICE* 1/11 6 pairs for 10/6. SATISFACTION with EVERY FAIR I Wo allow 1/- discount Ie each complete fifor cash, and pay postage. Beath & Co. Ltd. JAMES MITCHELL. MmafialDinefer « CHRISTCHURCH CURE FOB RHEUMATISM. This is not a patent medicine, It prescription of an eminent English epeoialist For years I had been a Bufferer from onronio rheumatism One year ago I oonßulted one of the leading specialists of the Dominion, now deceased On receipt of postage stamps, money order or postal notes for 4s 6d, I will post twelve doses of the remedy, whioh this specialist declared to be the only thing known to soienoe as a oure for this painful disease. E. Greville, Editor N.Z. Dairyman. Box 502, Welltngtoa —Advt. BANKS PENINSULA RABBIT BOARD OP TRUSTEES. A meeting of the Board was held at the office, 171 Caahel street, Christchurch, on Wednesday, 2nd inst,, all the members being present, also the inspector. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The audited balance sheet , to 31st December last was read. It was resolved that certain owners be requested to take steps to exterminate rabbits on their properties in accordance with the inspector's notice. The Board mentioned that some ratepayers were undec the impression that' the inspector was employed to kill the rabbits, whereas his duties were to notify owners to destroy them, The present time is very suitable for laying poison, and it is hoped that advantage will be taken of this opportunity. • The chairman, in taking leave of the late clerk, Mr H Blyth, referred in flattering terms to the efficient man ncr in which he had carried out his duties, and wished him every success in his new venture, which was endorsed by other members. Mr Blyth suitably responded, and thanked them for the good wishes expressed. The incoming clerk, Mr Joseph Wallace, said he hoped at the end of the year that bis duties would be as satisfactorily carried out and the ac counts audited without tags as in the past H * H W/l 'V £ Wr^M
That Headache, fallneee of the Eyes, Nasol disohargo, and Sore Throat, simply want a good treatment with "NAZOIi" which is prompt and certain in giving «• lief. Try it Zjtbgye tOtcm. ■
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3520, 8 February 1916
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