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! ■ I I BALL ANT YNES i SPECIALISE IN ot Art Furnishings In the Newest Styles and Colourings Suitable for Window Drapings, Window Seats, . Cushions, etc. PATTERNS and ESTIMATES for all classes of work 3 sent Post Free on request BALLANTYNES GHRISTCHURCH The Lister Cream Separator. \ ifW/Hr »■ be your own judge of the \ tilK? l LISTER SEPARATOR. V_ amH/ jfr Compare it with any Separator made, you will fciT "•■ ■ t * n( * xi l^e best * or " hotne Be P aration, " vW&9&§ Qfc FT] HE LIFTER has a perfect self balancing W?*L WJjfr -*- bowl, direot drive all steel gear, warranted 0 UfRI for 5 years, and other refinements found on no HI BFjlil other machines: ' fay ll ■II All complicated parts are eliminated. WRITE **~" ■Hγ " FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE- < wi We pay only for 1 I quality. 1 HI If you have not mada arrangements for ana L I Hi Separator for the coming season, write us at ono ~f We have all sizes suitable for " home separation, /<r in nan( * power typi B. i .*». fcX _e-tfS • J! =» : ?f you require a power machine, you will alsr •^^^Tf-jggp^ 5 " . need a LISTER PETROL ENGINE to drive it. " J *«' "■ ' !■ ; i perfect combination. .. s ° ie Assn., Agents ' Wiiifer is Gaming! NEW SEASON'S FIRST QUALITY ! ' HOT WJtTEB BOTTLES I NOW TO HAND. I Prices with, Covers—7/6, 8/6, 9/6, 10/6, 11/6 Without covers 1/less. ■ No old StocK. No Second. Quality . X)* S" ; DODDS CHEMIST, j •.••'■ LAVAUD STREET, AKAEOA

rSOME STARTLING ['FIGURES.... Akaroa 1 Electors Please Note! I I Last Season 10,000 Tourists visited 1 I Akaroa. They spent; on an average Four | I Pounds each, or a total of 3L40,000 11 I This would all be lost to Akaroa if No- 1 ■I License was carried. Akaroa is the most 11 II orderly town in Canterbury. There were |1 II only three convictions for drunkenness in 1912, M || and only four in 1913. The loss to the | 11 Borough Council if licenses were taken |J H away would be ;£I6O per annum, equal to a ij m rate of 2-stHs of a petitiy, or more than || IB one quarter of the rate now being imposed. || jB Please consider these fa n ts. and do not |f H be led away by travelling representatives of |i n the Prohibition Paity .who have no inter- |E M ests in tne 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 4423, 21 August 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4423, 21 August 1914

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