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ma " mm BtJBH-fEBS NOTICKH r O jji YOUR WINTER J r a Is* *"C «i» I t» **« H II I EHI l dim. Christchurch J TRULY WONDERFUL VALUE J» Having secured, by very early ordering, TPT a special delivery of MEN'S WINTER m*J OVERCOATS at exceptionally low s «**s». prides—far below those ruling to-day— #\ we are offering 100 right at the begin- MfEf 'ik\ ning of the season at GREAT MONEY- M§W Kg A SAVING PRICES. }fti. 50 only All-Wool Kaiapoi Tweed Over- ' j||l ! | § JpPf coats, iv Single-Breasted Raglan fm% 1 f J\"# and Chesterfield models. Smartly ofl 1 , I SCjf cut and well made. All sizes. Well JtilL I'Of wortli from 55/- ,JJ|I,! J tIS if Special Offer 35/- Post Free • II || i 50 only Rainproof Overcoats, in such Ijll Jf 111 well-known makes as "Hydrotite mmjf |§ § if " and "Phoenix" Rainproof materials: Wool Lined; medium shades. r OBI I |ff All sizes. Well wortli 60/- to 70/-. J | HI Special Offer 49/6 Post Free Jp^**^ Send your order at once if you wish to participate in these, J spTendfd values. If you have no account with us, cash must order. This places you under .™ <>WgjO|jto keep the garment if not to your liking. We refund your 1 moneyln inn, « y° u are not entirel y s^ tsfied - 1 I We specialise in Oilskin Garments which keep out the I * rain, and can supply any style required. Write us for 1 particulars. i t 1A DISCOUNT IN EVERY COMPLETE & FOR CASH JJ WOOL SEASON i W'^tf^'S*^**^^ we are now receiving Consignments of Wool EITHER FOR LOCAL SALE OB SHIPMENT TO THE LONDON MARK E 1859 ,_. ,„„ 0 „„nt it is scarcely necessary io remind FLOCK-OWNERS —'In making th s an ™™™**s 0 ! 0 * r VoSS BDSINESs! the result being that we have that we make a -3»£» 0 *^ 8 " ia ii t L?r .OFFERINGS, and beaded the list in the Christchurch steadily OUR WOOL a \ CAREFUL ATTENTION to all !£il.E Iron? the arrive in store unt.l i BUooeßß,ul oonduot of a Wool BBBineBS -' the more Important ™>£ m D i S PLAY and opening up of all lots that thoy may command the full EXPERT VALUATIONS advising growers of such and the pro tßcti on owners' inta *™> and lhe ° £ "SIS EW business has -run in the past, and upon fe^T^S 5 being madl whereby wool arriving in LytteHo* reaches our store a few hours after. m „A, n . n co nrmMqACRS TWINE. BRANDING MATERIAL OBDE S 21 B SS A G CK REQmRI M Ss w¥haV immediate attention. Wa shall be pleased to forward Specification Notes and Advice Forms upon application ChrUlcb««h gffs*** DatOS la t ß ale-TEURSDAY, = MBER 1 l I H % 3rd sale-MONDAY, JANUARY 10th CATALOGUES CLOSE SEVEN DAYS BEFORE EACH SALE DATE , ~ v v „««a!«nfid —"PYNE & CO., CHRIBTCHURCH." iISTRICT ST®CIC BILES* We hold MONTHLY SALES of Live BjyJ. *t Ll™ RIVER, dates of which wii belduly advertised, and for which we ore glad to receive ansries We are ohief Agents in Canterbury, Kaikoura for ©©©pests sheep- dip. The merits of this old-established DIP are so well known that wo need say llttl as to its BffioDoy. _...„„ , ibe 260.000,000 sheep are dipped annually in COOPER' It is claimed that something Ufce w . j} otfaln g * morQ noe d bo said as to n DIP, and that its übs is increasing year by year, nouung mora m6r We shall be glad to receive orders lor tho ensuing year. MR ARTHUR WRIGHT, LITTLE * ' raceivelpartioulars of Stock, Wool, etc., and to assist owners in any possible way, PYN'fi and Com W@@s Brokers*

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916

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