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BIIBIH3IBB HOTICEB 1 The D.I.C " I" Tlmiig Gl©rj' :; A LONG FELT WANT. lllk J^lfj It is with pleasure w« ilfoistrate to-day pi.vV.F Msw I the "Morning Glory" Gown, as intro- f-.v'.v''' '■'■'.'.Vm. o§slr f duced by the D.I.C, &:<s'•' '.'-Vf I The " Morning Glory " is an improved lf. : i\''--'' ; -' - Hlllll : V 1 Overall, which, being a perfect and com- |'''' i '" f 'l'v>iil|ll I I plate covering, may even be worn as a jp/.V/K''vvlln| \? \ It has sleeves, and a large overlap fas- !}£".'•£■; :'•:'•:•: li'k ■ 1 tening at the side, enabling it to be 'R|'('Xv ?v!':|{']i If adjusted to all figures. - lttfc\o' !•." vV//-iS m Made of good Washing Cambric in Navy | Jjl.'.v;.''--.";ib| -iB-: and Blucher Blue, with white sprigs, $1 }'•'•{ ••—'•I'"IS ' i ' spots and stripes; also Haircord in (JulfX,V.v>;f:sf W various shades, or, if desired, white '|| lU.yj'. ;\y/jj||l || Each has a collar and cuft's of contrast- y'%T /'•'•'•'/ffl ! ing colour, which,, with the «xcelleivt 'tt's'Mi > cut of the garment, gives it a really M/VlM' ; '**'*''.'M ' I ■ smart appeai-anee. ( Iv'Jjjf. £**•••" jj/j| ' 1 Madiura Sir« O-S. Size |t*'."ljlil' ■■ife'M ' g &G 7>6 <■ "ilifl , Po«Ug« Paid Wonderful Value mffll WwA Order your " Morning Glory "at once. M\"" fi 'if g Perhaps your friends will join you. .. l|k|Wv*P' J 11/- Discount in each complete £ f»r Cash, as usual . I Unlike most dreases, the "D.I.C. Mornta* : /$Jj Glory" slips on like a. coat, and is completely SS§&|Ll"" , V!|'.!» i adjusted in less than 10 seconds— no buckles, I • no straps, no tapes. Simply fasten the button at waist, irtul ifs on, perfectly fitted without Iffl a. «ap or a lmfee. Picture the many u«es to ! which you can put this excellent gown and. ' B* m order ftt once. i |IX I ■€>» christchurchJ PYNE & CO. WOOL SEASON 1915-16 WE desire to again thank Peninaula Wool Growe" and .others for the Übe»l [rapport Teoorded us during past and previous seasons' transitions, and to announce that wo are now. receiving . Consignments of .-Wool Either for local sale or shipment to.the London market In making this announoement it is scarcely neoessary to remind FLOCK-OWKERS .v . . ™tS I ZtinotTneoialitv of our WOOL BUSINESS, the result being that we have °!*X and headed the list in the Cbristchnroh details in SKn with the business from the time consignments arrive in store until successful conduct of a Woo, Business, the m ° re (l) mP THß' PROPER DISPLAY and opening up of all lots that they may command the, S B cIREFuI b AND'EXPERT VALUATIONS advising growers of -rich and the pro tfiPtinn ot owners' interests in every possible way. (3) Due acknowledgement of wool when received ints store, and the furnishing of weichts in the ordinary course. (4PROMPT RETURNS AND SALES. . Theße are the lines upon which our wool business has been run in the past, and upon wM^ wU iiaS^' ta o?WOOL WAREHOUSE, one of the BEST IN NEW ZEALAND, insures the prompt delivery of all consignments whether by rail, sea or ober means of transit, special arrangements being made whereby wool arriving in Lyttelton reaohes our store a few hours after. nRDERS FOR WOOLPAOKB, CORNSACKB, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL, and other SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention. I ; We shall be pleased to forward Bpeoifioation Noteß and Advice Forrnß upon application Cl*s , ißft©l*t»* ,cB * 'Wool Sale Dates for 1915"16» i * 00 i 0 TnrrRSDAY NOVEMBER 11th 2nd sale-MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th «h. Sale-MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7th CATALOGUES OLOBE SEVEN D&XS BEFORE EACH SALE DATE. should be consigned -"PYNE & CO., CHRIBTCHURCH." DiSTHIST ST©CX SALES« We bold MONTHLY SALES of Live Stock at LITTLE RIVER, dates of which will belduly advertised, and for whioh we are glad to receive enirieß We are chief Agents in Canterbury, Kolkoura for @H©f»Efi 7 S SHEEP ' IBIP. The merits of thin old-established DIP are so well known that we need say little m6r We shall be glad to receiv? ojderß lor the ensuina year. ~» »i>nnnTTß torTRHT LITTLE RIVER, is onr Distriot Agent, and will be glad to' PYNE sirkfil Co., ' Woe! ! okei s s D

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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