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wwiimii—iiriini MimiiMmiiwuiiiilMiwiiMi mwuiiiiißim m—imiDmiwiiiiniuin niiwmi — —■—■——————i™——— — — BUSINESS jTOTIOKft /^" ymm ' ' - " " - —' ' ' ___I_IV l' o O YOUR WINTER D«nILIS FAR OjK / Postage ■; l^^ J ■* 0K {)/-■. hid Christchurch TRULY WONDERFUL VALUE Mft Having- secured, by very early ordering-, *^^ a special delivery of MEN'S WINTER Jjk f OVERCOATS at exceptionally low Jft/'N^ prices—far below those ruling to-day— i\ we are offering 100 right at the begin- »/ ,ff.\ I ning of the season at GREAT MONEY- K;f MX SAVING PRICES. ' WM iffcX 50 only All-Wool Kaiapoi Tweed' Over- s||||ii I I ipS^l coats, in Single-Breasted Raglan Pill I mWjf and Chesterfield models. Smartly \jiy I JsfS# ] cut aiid well made. All sizes. "Well fmM I *P*t#l | worth from 55/- JltS'l jI?" H Special Offer Post Free 111 if I 50 only Rainproof Overcoats, in such mm\ M% Si well-known makes as " Hydro tite" MM\ »| |i| and "Phoenix" Rainproof materials; Wool Lined; medium shades. I/H§lfll All sizes. Well worth 60/- to 70/-. II B Special Offer 49/6 Post Free Ci^ii Send your order at once if you wish to participate in these splendid values. It' you have no account with us, cash must accompany order. This places you under no obligation, to keep the'garment if not to your liking. We refund your money in full, if you are not entirely satisfied. We specialise in Oilskin Garments which keep out the rain, and can supply any style required. Write us for j L particulars. ' 1/- DISCOUNT IN EVERY COMPLETE £ FOR CASH JJ ' V " r ''"- J ; "" r "" *—y"-"~~ PYNE & CO. / WE desire to ogam tbrmk Peninsula Wool Growers and others for the liberal rapport aooorded us during past and previous seasons' transaot.ons, and to announce that we are now receiving Consignments of Woo! EITHER FOB LOCAL SALE OB SHIPMEHT 10 THE LOSBON M4BKET Sales for many years. This has been brought abou' by CAREFUL All EN J lON to al details in cWeo?ion with the business from the time consignments amve in store until they are realised and returns remitted te owners. , Of the various points connected with the successful conduct of a Wool Business tbe more important |^~ EK D j.sPLAY and opening up of all lots that they may command the full VALUATIONS advising growerß of such and the pro teotion of owners'interests in every possible way. . (3) Dne acknowledgement of wool when received into store, and the furnishing of weights in the ordinary course. (4) PROMPT RETURNS AND SALES. ■ t u r A These are the lines upon whis-h our wool business has been run in tho past, and upon Whi ° T ne «• ° £ the BBST IN NBW ZEALAND, insures the prompt delivery of all consignments whether by rail, sea or other meanß of transit, special arrangements being made whereby wool arriving in Lyttelton readies our store a few hours after. ORDERS FOR WOOLPAOKS, COBNSACKB, TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL, ana other SHEARING REQUIREMENTS will bave immediate attention. We aball be pleased to forward Specification Notea and Advice Forms upon application j Ciwiote__rclr». "Wool Sol© Dates for 1915-1&* Ist sale-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER llsa 2nd DBOEMBBB 6th 3rd sale-MONDAY, JANUARY 10th 4th sale-MONDAX, FEBRUARY 7th CATALOGUES CLOSE SEVEN D_2S BEFORE EACH SALE DATE. ysitf_a»_«*^^ OiSTHIOT SYOGIC SALES. We bold MONTHLY SALES of Live Stook at LITTLE RIVER, dates of which will be duly advertised, and for wbich we are glad to reoeive entries We are chief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for COOPEITS SHEEP HIP. Tbe merits of this old-established DIP are bo well known that we need say little 113 that something like 260,000,000 sheep are dipped annually in COOPER'S DIP, and that its übb is increasing year by year. Nothing more need be said a B to its """we shall be glad to reoeive oitdera for the ensuing year. MR ARTHUR WRIGHT, LITTLE RIVER, is our District Agent, and will be glad to receivelparticularß of Stook, Wool, etc., and to assist owners in any possible way, PYISI IE a-mct • G© rasi Wool Brokers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3530, 24 March 1916

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3530, 24 March 1916

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