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. . BPBINE33 yOTICEa r^niieW ' Milk. A LONG FELT WANT. flf] It is with pleasure w* illustrate'• to-day M§m the "Morning Glory" Gown, ac intro- , '. v;.v■ j'.'/.Mim 'JS^' duded by the D.I.C. :. : ':'jjri r'.*/'* \kfijr ' The " Morning Glory " is an improved o 'jss:\. K-/tHf||.f Overall,-which, being a perfect and cem- ,: C.ti.J-IJ-1 i'.'vw lltl'l plete cOveripg, may even be worn , as a ..:; ".** : V".'K\;.it-' LHllJk It has sleeves, and a large overlap fas- •>;•*•; ;f:•:•:• ii-jjj tening at the side, enabling it to be :■ ,;vi* V.'l'l' ijjjl ■ adjusted to-all figures. ■ ■-■ \\%'', K.";\"' .N»I • Made of good Washing Cambric in Navy ■ ; /•>; r'Ayj 1-lja and Blucher Blue, with white sprigs, [ v.' , v."%"\ Xraf spots and stripes; also IJaircord in M'.'W "'vi?; vl various shades, or, if desired, white ! //j-KviV;' WS ground with stripes, etc. •*. /W'. I*j*,"Jijie1 *j* , "Jijie Each has a collar and cuffs of contrast- .\ ;*]jv"vJ?|f| ing colour, jvhich, with the- excellent j.j \'jK\\«liujH cut of the garment, gives it a really ■.•:• •■iiv*\v2™ Medium Six* O.S. Size , X WS&}ma AS&/£&. '" '»" Iγ* , ''' , '™!* Poct»s« Paid Wonderful iValue f. ||S*rfW."|| Order your " Morning Glory" at dnce. ; I;' (fflf*?l|'i'™ Perhaps your friends will join you. v" ™i r *^l)*!ll 1/- Dfjcount In each complete & f*p Cathi as usual • I||h:^|| XTnlike moet dresses, the " D.I.C. Horning ', (Jlory " «Hpß on like * ceit, and is coitfpletelj " <SB3aBL£' m Wt '■ i adjusted in lesa than 10 secondi—no lp«Tfles,' noßtriipe, no tapes. Simply fasten the, button, *^HA at waist, and it"« on, perfectly fitted without VGA .'. a. gap or a lullge. TJcture the ma»y/uies to ' which jou can put this excellent gown and ' ,| « order ftt once. . ■ * iSJ I>.l'.C>. CHRISTCHURCHJ

PYNE &■ 00. WOOI SFASON / ■ WE desire to again tbank Peainaula Wool GroweM end ottaWß for the aeoorded us during pact and previous seasonß , trunnotioiu, and to announae that we are now reoeiving Geiisiiiiiiieiifs : wf Wmml EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET In makiDE this announcement it ie scarcely neoeasary to remind FLOCK-OWNERS SSSaS'SSiwSoi with the fadnecß from the time xonßlgnments arrive in fltore until B uece eß fal conduct of a Wool Mw . the ° 0M (1)™ I Sh B B * V P»OPBB DISPLAY and opening up of all lots that they may command tbef ? 2 T B CAREFIJL b rND EXPERT VALUATIONS ftdvieing growers of men-and the pro tat. store, and Ih. furnishing of weights in 'the ordinary course. gLSgST- SS?JB2 SfS b«.in Mß has been run in the paat, and upon WhiC she^iu£ a S di^ el WAREHOUSE, one of the BEST IN NEW ZEALAND, "naureatUe prompt delivery of all oonaignmenta whether by raiU sea or o her 'means of transit, epeoial arrangements being made whereby wool arriving in Lyttolton teaches our store a few boure after. ORDERS FOR WOOLPACKB, CORKSACKS, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL, S other SHEARLNG REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention. We Bhall be-pleaeea to forward Bpoifioation Notes ana Advice Forms upoa applloatlon ChvisteHurteK ! WoorSale ©a«»s ffof 1915-10. OATALOQDES OLOBE SEVEN Bklß BEFORE EACH SALE DATE. ■■-DISf ttlOT' 'eTeGK-'SiILEe. We held MONTHLY SALES of Live Stock at LITTLE RI?ER, dat'ea of which wiH berduly advertised, and foe which we are glad to receive entries We are chief Agents in Canterbury, Kalkouru for j : ©OdPEii'S SNEEF PIP. The merite of tblr old-eetabHihed DIP are bo well bnown that-we seed Bay little mßr we shall be glad to receive btdero for ihe eneuiag year.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3525, 25 February 1916

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3525, 25 February 1916

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