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"A Smart S,tj/le.;.' ' . j AMEBMfiM3 €>PSOT 111 HSBQC At the Very Special Price of 10/6 > *» Made'in HEAVY WEIGHT SILK, with INSET SLEEVES, I 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. t., <8> BwLiflllllES Christchurch « ■■ » The Lister Cream Separator. N.Z. Farmer sCo-op .sole Assn. *•*--«•• tjggmiMp~~~BWliWWW SOME I I STARTLING I FIGURES. I I Akaroa Ii f Electors Please Note! I Last Season 10,000 Tourists visited II Akaroa. They spent on an average Four |j Pounds, each, or a total of £40,000 || This would all be lost to Akaroa if No- || License was carried. Akaroa, is the most || orderly town in Canterbury. There were || only three convictions for drunkenness in 1912, || and only four in 1913. The loss to tlbe if Borough Council if licenses were taken li I away would be __160 per annum, equal to a li rate of 2-sths of a penny, or more than || one quarter of the rate now being imposed. 1| Please consider these fa rt ts. and do not .|| be led away by travelling representatives of || the Prohibition Party who have no inter- I] ests in tbe district, but || Vote I for (Continuance. I

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ALL alterations to standing advertise ments for insertion in first following issue (blocks excluded) must reach tbe tffice of this paper by 1 .a.m. on Saturday for insertion on I Jetday, and by 10 a.m. on Wedneß:lay fer insertion in Friday's issues E. M. JACOBSON, Manager,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4427, 8 September 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4427, 8 September 1914

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