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Public Notices PRACTICAL GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS! FOOTWEAR for the FAMILY INSPECT OUR SELECTION EARLY CHAS. SMITH & SONS FAMILY FOOTWEAR PROVIDERS Opunake €. B. BURTON & CO. DRY CLEANERS OPUNAKE Phone 158 FOR PROMPT AND PLEASING SERVICE OLD CLOTHES MADE LIKE NEW! DONT DELAY— Have your lioliday Cleaning done NOW! THIS SHOP WILL CLOSE from 24th December, 1946 to 6th January, 1947. RAHOTU HOTEL (Rewi Gray, Proprietor) PHONE 2 RAHOTU PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR THAT XMAS HAMPER All popular brands of ales stocked Break your journey for a “Quick one” at RAHOTTJ Reg. C. Baker Tasman St., Opunake. For reliable makes of— LADIES and GENTS WATCHES WEDDING RINGS LADIES and CENTS SIGNET RINGS E.P. WARE and POTTERY GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS Toys Galore FOR CHRISTMAS! Beautiful Dolls, Modern Mechanical Toys, Tricycles, Games—in fact a grand selection to gladden the hearts of your kiddies! Also a splendid range of suitable gifts for adults. A DEPOSIT WILL SECURE A PRESENT FOR XMAS ■ The latest game JEU de VIE JEU de VIE More popular than Monopoly! E. J. WALLIS SADDLER, HARNESS MAKER and SPORTS GEAR EXPERT Phone 86M OPUNAKE. Opunake Bakery Purchase your Bread LOCALLY our Bread is baked under Modern Hygienic conditions in your OWN TOWN! Small Goods and Wedding Cakes a Speciality. E. P. RILEY Proprietor Phone 59M. Phone 595. ADVERTISE in the OPUNAKE TIMES. THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM in the district. Phone 151 M.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Opunake Times, 29 November 1946

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Opunake Times, 29 November 1946

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