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f, », TATLOB & G©. T. E. TAYLOR & Co. Ma G a n Uo^s rS PlntS » HalfAlso Wi ts«, 8 ' Tie o ™' Masliia Preserving Jars -Scales and Weights Rubber Rings, etc., etc, { fine?&ssortment of Cordials and Summer Drinks m all flavourings Jellies and-Tinned E-raits of the best brands . SEPIRATtRS™ are appointed Agents for the Fortuna Cream Separator, a most reliable machine at the low cost if JLB lOs. INSPECTION INVITED. Grass-seeders' Requisites of all Descriptions T. E. Taylor and Co. AKAROA T LEWITT iLPira.j^eif B ig r and J? UKEUtUV6 • * BEA€i ROAD,. Akaloa. T UST received a big Shipment of BATON'S ALLOA WOOL Colours—Shetland, Heather, Grey Also a large consignment of the LATEST NOVELS 3/6 1/6, and 6d. CfJRSETSn WE have now a splendid range of the famous D. and A. CORSET British made throughout. These Corsets are unsurpassed for quality. They are rustless. They are perfect fitting, noted for Ease, Elegance an d Comfort. The numbers stocked are most suitable for each individual figure, thereby ensuring a PERFECT FITTING and' ELEGANTLYLIN ED RESULT. Remember these Corsets are DURABLE and MODERATELY PRICED. Made in Canada by British Subjects. WE SOLICIT A TRIAL FOR THE FAMOUS " sp D. nngl A. CORSETS,, OBTAINABLE AT LEWITTS Beach Road AKAB «.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3540, 28 April 1916

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3540, 28 April 1916

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