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Is NoW'Un! Everything Reduced in Price! ♦ :■ ■ . * ORDERS BY POST receive Prompt and Careful Attention. Write us your requirements, we will do our utmost to be / of service. FREE FOSTAGE AND DISCOUNT AS USUAL, . . I IN -ADDITION TO OUR SPECIAL SALE PRICES | ■■ — I

Gream Separator. V 7 —"— "iwliltf BE YOUR OWN JUDGE OF ifflß \ 'II 111 LISTER SEPARATOR. \ tin'ill'lll Compare it with any Separator made, you will ItllJlWMLtf £ n & i t the beEt for ♦• home separation." FTk rfIHE LI-TER has a perfect gelf-balancin erWl jKt J~ bowl, direct driva all steel gear, warrants In* iUMfll for 5 year 3, and other refinements found on n ffflj . iHEii other machines^ ■Till All complica'ed parts are eliminated. WRITE "*" i" - ; : • m ' FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUEJ HI We pay only for ,IJ H quality. ' 111 II *' y° u Dave n0 & made arrangements for a ne , lk\ HI Separator for the coming season, write us at onci Bk v We; have all sizes Buitabie for " home separation, both in band and power types. Ks JSi -ok If you require b power rasehine. you will als , need a LISTER PETROL ENGINE to drive it. . "~ i - XI a perfect corabination.

Sole /\SSfI Agents, Winter is ' Coming T NEW SEASON'S FIRST QUALITY NOW TO HAND. Pficer with CoverE - 7/6, 8/C, 9/6, 10/ G. 11/6 Without civers 1/ less. . No old ''StocK. No Seconft Quality , {J* 3 **** K aaa,! ifci #***•» X «sa»s^ a Lss# L»*- «*»«? CHEMI&T, LAVAUD bTKEET, AKaKOA. SOME I 'STARTLING FIGURES. I I Akaroa I I tlectors please Note! i I Last Season 10,000 Tourists visited || I Akaroa- They spent on an average Four 1 I Pounds each, or a total of £40,.000 1 I This would all be; lost to Akaroa if No- I II License was carried.' Akaroa is the most I || orderly in Canterbury. There were 9 || only three convictions for drunkenness in 1912, I || and only four in 1913. The loss to the || || Borough Council if licenses were taken || ll away would be £160 per annum, equal to a || || rate of 2-sths of a penny, or more than || || one quarter of the rate now being imposed. ll || Please consider these facts, and do not || || be led away by travelling representatives of || ■I the Prohibition Party, who have no inter- || H ests in the district, but || I Vote I I for Continuance. I

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4413, 17 July 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4413, 17 July 1914

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