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GIFTS FOR HER A dainty 9ot Brooch, with garnet in the oenlre at the modcß priss of lis. We have a xeleet raogo of Brooches, suitable for Birthday or Wedding Pres*n»s. We will be happy to forward partionlars on ngant. Oar Friocs Ma vaty reasonable, A neat little Brooob of;9ot gold, with a garnet surrounded by pearls in oentre of an Orients, design. Oniy 18a. e.GOATES & Co LIMITED 744 COLOMBO STREET. OHRISTCHURCE. , —. THE Canterbury Seed Geinpany WE AREBOYBUB <V OOGICSFOOT vV# S3v;i •jypp.'.y .New Sack* and Twins'. Current Bate FOB THE / ANTEKB'JKY (N.Z SEED COMPANY 'j- . C H, HEWLETT, Maneger t MORBY j \H T * **** eu, ' Wo * a M»U on ITreebr (ioli«Dor> £I*vaud Birart, Ajgftnt AHaad Offlee Llltle Blrer first Thnrsda} la each month, also Dnvanehelle every Sal Day. ■ • • • MONJSY TO LEND Wl have various sums of Trust and other Honey for Investment* at Lowest Current Rates of Interest. Borrowers oaa arrange to pay off In earn to salt themselves. W. E. O. BISHOP, ' - . . - Solicitor Hereford Street Chambers, Ohrlstehnreh. ■■■■■■■■■■■ i «n.mmm,umm FUNEBAL NOTICE. THE friends of the late Mary Pauline Obeckley are respectfully informed that her funeral will leave her late reildenoe, "Ml. Pleasant," at 3 p.m on BATTJRDAY {tomorrow}, for the Chnrob of England Cemetery 3' 3, WAI KEK & SONS, Undertakers DEATH CBEOELE7—At Mt Pleasant, Akaroa. on ' February 10th, Mary Pauline, dearly beloved wife of George Cheskley.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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