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PUfIJUU NOTICES. ■ L. i. VANGIONI, ¥- ■ &■ GiSHEBAI, MEBOHAHT, AKABOA „'. Seeds JUST ARRIVED— GARDEN SEEDS FLOWER SEEDS J Seed Potatoes . Early Rose Beauty Hebron Robin Adair , - Dp to Date, ». CROCKERY ' *_■" Bedroom Sets From 15s is Best Assortment in New Zealand, ' ; - '!* v' 4 DOULTON WARE .. :l >. ■ 3 i SILVER WARE '-i ,h ~' '» \d > ' ,f ii ; • h FENCING WIRE, BOOFING IRON, i: NAILS, STAPLES, Exo. .; t,, ■ d &QENTS FOB EDISON PHONOOBAPB. •' ' t- . -> 11 Large Stocks of Phonogrops . ' :./. Q Keoorda kept in Stock. Blue "*' " Amerol Booorda, Disa Be. oords ' -. :i An Assortment of Phonographs all at i ; 3t Ohrißtohuroh Prices. fit?- .-'>; ' : :,:!! , )m o LOUISJ,VAN<iK»N|t|| LAVADD BTBBET ■ --'H^SfS A Gentleman !^| |T is not enough to have the manners r ""^jj \ and bearing of a gentleman. That \4 indescribable air which character- ■, 3, ,'U ises men of refinement is due in a %\ _;j?j measure to the clothes they wear. It is attention to the little tfl^'j points of nicety which mark the dis- % criminating and well-balanced man. *£'>f The men we tailor do not patronise s . | $ us merely because our Cash System enables them to effect a" saving 90/- to 80/- on each suit. They satisfied we can give them the style, ' jß®«g| -fit and finish, compatible with true i gentlemanly appearance. That is ~%^*; V , why we claim to be particular tailors for particular men. Try us with your next suit order, ir> i and let us vindicate our claims. Our ' stock of Fashionable Suitings is most - extensive, and our well-trained stafl -;,-; can attend to your order MOW. • - .;,;, If you cannot call, a post card will >;? bring our representative to your door with patterns and prices. , /I'^i^i WRITE TO-DAY. _ ]&m 116 WORCESTER BTBEET, "' : (opp, Government Buildings . ' t . COLOMBO STBEET, ,"?,*] (opp. Broepwey'f/ '■ , : CHBfSTCHURCH. ■ One good point about "NAZOL"!8H»» lie, , / < use is simple and convenient. Whether ■ , taken or throug the Na*ol Intaler, ' '• , % ' it poßitiTtly relieves oougJw, eoldf, «•*£&,. > - * fc lonthtfwt/ißdialauM. VMlu,**. '■■■?■

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3520, 8 February 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3520, 8 February 1916

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