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A Smart Style JAr giUH JMiERIggW" SPIT BLOUSE At the Very Special Price of 10/6 ' a . ' Made in HEAVY WEIGHT SILK, with INSET SLEEVES. Stitched with Silk and well finished throughout. With POLO. DOUBLE, or SUNSHINE COLLAR With or , without Yoke at back. Sizes 13 to 15. POSTAGE FREE. BALLAITI lE§ GhFistchurch © . ■ ■ ■ ■ • i> The Lister Cream Separator. N.Z. Farrners'Co-op sole Assn. A^ents '

SOME STARTLING | FIGURES. I Akaroa Electors Please Note! ; Last Season 10.000 Tourists visited Akaroa. They spent on an average Four Pounds each, or a total of £4O»OOO This would all be lost to Akaroa if NoLicense was carried. Akaroa is the most orderly town in Canterbury. There were only three convictions for drunkenness in 1912, and only four in 1933. The loss to the Borough Council if licenses were taken 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. 'Please consider these fa n ts. and do not be led away by travelling itepresentatives of the Prohibition Party who have no interests intbe district, but Vote I for Continuance. I

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4425, 1 September 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4425, 1 September 1914

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