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GIFTS FOR HER > A dainty 9at« Brooch, with gknvitta Ihtvoantre at the modes ptiea of Wβ, Wβ hro a eeleei range of Brooehet, suitable for Birthday or Wtddißß Preinate. Wβ will be itkppy'to forward pa?«lenl»rn on Our Prioe* w* very IMMMbfe, ' I '_ ' A nut little Brooch of tat gold, with a garnet surrounded by i eerie in centre of eu OriantAi design, Only 18*. e.COATES&Go LIMITED 744 COLOMBO STBBiET. OBBIBTCSUBOB. THE Canterbury-Seed Gompamy #F 4BBBUYEKB OK COCKSFOOT »?• can supply New Backs and Twine al Current; Bate FOB TBS AHTBBBUBT (H.Z BESD COMPANY C H BBWLKTT, Mtintmtu MOJNE* WS bete XIO.OOO to LIRD OD tarto, MTOrity in vnione auma. WILLIAMS Solleltors. Lftvend Street, Akarot Attend Offloe LIHIe Blvw first Ttoored* to Meb tßootb. also DavaucbeUei every 8r Dty> ' MOKfcy TO LEND WB hATe tarloae eamo . of Treat and t * ,bw Money lor Investment' at « Lowest Gamut Bates of Interest. * •--f???*™ e £° ■»"»*« *o i»T off In nauo W. B.», BIBHOP BtMfeitf Street Obtebcr* B * } ' 6!, ' , 1 dbrtttehoreh. IWTBB AND BONEY WRAP „ PWHTID AT "AIABOA MAIL" OFFIOI. J, TI7I we preyed to PRINT Batter and '« »» H«oey Wr*pp; n(? Papers en (ho m l>rew»I»t«l peper end with the proper ink, a« « ttftiirti by the -Pare Pood. Aei." i> , eaßon J* L,toikoow y«orr«,airem.me, '*. Mβ we will «aj>pl, Jfla with qoolstlone. « B. M. JAOOBSON. T Menaser, "Akaro* ifrfl» oi

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3524, 22 February 1916

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3524, 22 February 1916

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