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A Smart; Style At the Very Special Price of 1.0/6 « JVlade 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. <8> 8s Life Worth Living ? IT s;"L™r" Your health and well bein;,' nrs fpverned by the condition of yout liver to an extent you would not credit ! In fact, a< neglected liver often leads to eenous complications! That in liable feeling end desire to be left done, that heavy morning head and those spots before your eyei are caused by a bad LIVJiiK. DODDS' Ivittle Liver Pills go straight to the seat of the trouble ; they TOUCH the Liver making it do its work and remove the clog and amgest on that is causing the discomfort Take two to-night and the morning will find you refreshed and brightened with a clear head, clear eyes, and an appitit-s for breakfast. Tney are a safe guard against that lumpy, gcumpy feeling waicb. afl-iota naany every person living in a sub-tropical clime. Fin illy, they are a sure and oertam remedy for "Moadayitis." 1/- only, posted free. %J m S3 - DCDDD2S chemist, LAVAHD STEEET, AKAROA The Lister Cream Separator. BE icOUR OWN JUDGE OF THE LISTEB SEPARATOR. \ s'UiK Compare it with any Separator made, you will \ tia^M/toi. hod it the best for " home separation." ""J*^^T^SjL rp HE LESTER has a perfect eelf .balancing -^ Q^ JL bowl, direct drive, all steel gear, warranted tg VJ JF v for five years, and other refinements found on no Q HafU All complicited psrta are eliminated. • J* ffllMl FOR OUR DESCEIPTIVE CATALOGUE- *'" We pay only for 1 B If you have not made arrangements foe a new / fj H S'-parator for th« coming season, write us at once ' /jj Jl We have all sizes suitable for " home separation," ■ Jr ■(L^ both in band and power types If you require a power machine, you will all ' -*, ■&. need a LISTER PETROL ENGINEto diive it. A perfect combination N.Z. Farmers' Coop Sole ASSn. Agents, .■.—, * -C * 1 SOME I STARTLING FIGURES. I I Akaroa | [I Electors PJBa3B Note! I II Last Season 10,000 Tourists visited II II Akaroa. They spent on an average Four || II Pounds each, or a total of j£4O,QOO || II This would all be lost to Akaroa if No- 11 II License was carried. Akaroa is the most ii II orderly town in Canterbury. There were || || only three convictions for drunkenness in 1912, ii || and only four in 1913. The loss fto the II || Borough Council if licenses were taken 11 |i away would be £160 per annum, equal to a || II rate of 2-sths of a penny* or more than ii || one quarter of the rate now being imposed. ii || Please consider these fa rt ts. and do not || || be led away by travelling representatives of || II the Prohibition Party who have no inter- || H ests in the district, but || 1 for (Continuance. 1

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4428, 11 September 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4428, 11 September 1914

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