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' ' M —■—fImMIJIIIM HI HHIIIIIIIIIM Hill 11IMII11 HI lIHIII ■■■'llllllllll—M ■■■» '■' : BPBINESB NOTICES t ___4_BS__l ßfe_ *- "iff • iHI ,? i $ Ills 1 l AW°_r " I i morning uioiy Ji§piii4 i 1 A LONG FELT WANT. Mm 1 llt is with pleasure we illustrate to-day ■fflvXv.f "•'.•'•'s™ M$W I I the "Morning Glory" Gdwn, us iuti'O- t'x*''■ &Mfc 1 I The "Morning Glory" is an improved P^i*i«-"-i•rll'llMfffl f 1 1 Overall, whicli, being a perfect and com- Kf , > > S i I plete covering, may even be worn as a feK| Ivvr) ffln. _» | It h;is sleeves, and a large overlap fas- | • fcv.'v l tenhrg at the side, enabling it to be pl'ifi'"/j ivivl'lljl I adjusted to all figures. P • t'/. X''.'"'/!'lli j I Made of pood Washing Cambric in Navy |j; Y/A ii'-rjbm | 1 and Blucher Blue, with white sprig* |t''Jf'.'-j'>..":•''K'M I 1 spots and stripes; also Haircord in |j;. I|\y "■"vV.i'i-,1 various shades, or, if desired, white |; •Ml'.'/f--.*'\v;ijj|§ | ground with stripes, etc. |- /'.i|y*i ;.\';{yj||| ' Each has a collar and cuffs of contrast- l''''i-T .''.""ivlffl ! | iiiif colour, which, witli the excellent I*l'"'K'l '•'•'•''wli I I cut of the garment, gives it a really ».•/.;■] t-t v.Xvffl ffl M.dium Size O-S. Size It'^H''"''•''•''W Po.t«g« Paid Wonderful V.lue hl'-'TO Order your " Morning Glory" at once. liv'iffll ■•''H '"Jl I'cvliaps your friends will join yon. ||l:|^\H-;jf| 1/. Discount in each complete £ for Cash, as usual !§||lJ|-:.|hl l!'y ill ilhilikt! most dresses, the " D.I.C. MornijjK r^l|_2^TO - ?«S'0 I lilory'" slips on lite a rout, and is completely ' '••%•) adiustwl in less tbmi 10 seconds—no bnciles, jio'stml'*, no tKpes. Simply fusion the button at waist, unci it's on, perfectly fitted without vSft 1 » -all or a bulge. Picture the niamy uaes to TOR 9 which you can put this excellent gown and W m order at once. || |D.I. O. CHRISTCHURCHj PYNE & CO. WOOL SEASON WE desire to Bgain thank Peninsula Wool Growers and others for the liberal support aooorded us during pa:t and previous seasons' transactions, and to announce that we are now receiving Consignments of if ©©I EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OR SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARKET Sales for many years. This has been brought abou< by CAREFUL ATTENTION to al details in connection with the business from the time consignments arrive m store until they are realised and returns remitted to owners. _„„;...„«, »v» Of the various points connected with the successful conduct of a Wool Business, the more *"£— _ R DISPIj ay and opening up of all lots that they may command the full a |J£j*j°™ L A NDEXPERT VALUATIONS advising growers of such and the pro tection of owners* interests in every possible way. (3) Due acknowledgement of wool when received into store, and the furnishing of weieuts in the ordinary course. (4) PROMPT RETURNS AND SALES. . These are the lines upon which our wool business has been run m the past, and upon WOOL WAREHOUSE, one of the BEST IN NEW ZEALAND, insures the prompt delivery of all consignments whether by rail, sea oc other means of transit, special arrangements being made whereby wool arriving in Lytieltoa reaches our store a few hours after. ORDERS FOR WOOLPAOK9, CORNSACKS, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL, and other SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will have immediate attention. We shall be pleased to forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms upon application CSwistclfcttJrcH Wool"Sales Dates for a*>ls»l<&» i*t noi» THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11m 2nd saIe—MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th Sft:_SlA»U_nito 4th aale-MONDA*, FEBRUARY 7th CATALOGUES CLOSE SEVEN DAIS BEFORE EACH SALE DATE. Wnnl for Local Sale should be consigned -"PYNE & CO., CHBISTOHUBOH." Wended for^shipment-'.PYNE & CO., C/o N.Z. Shipping Co.. LYTTELTON." DISTRICT STCICH SALES. We hold MONTHLY SALES of Live Stook at LITTLE RIVER, dates of which will belduly advertised, and for which we are glad to receive entries We are ohief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for ©OfJPEH'S SHEEP HIP. The merits of this old-established DIP are so well known that we need say little 03 'Yt'ralSd that something like 260,000,000 sheep are dipped annually in COOPER'S DIP, and that its use is increasing year by year. Nothing more need bo said as to its m6lf We shall be glad to receive orders for the ensuing year. m ARTHUR WRIGHT, LITTLE RIVER, is our District Agent, and will be glad to receivetparticulars of Stock, Wool, etc., and to assist owners in any possible way. PYN El * and €s®«. f W@oß Brokers-

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 7 March 1916

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 7 March 1916

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