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I A, Machine-made to your own measure That meet the demand for an j Everyday Hard-wearing Suit i of good cut and appearance CUT BY OUR EXPERTS, I °and made in our workrooms from High-grade | All-Wool Tweeds of Smart Style. . .> • .. 63/- 70/- : 75/-; ; 1 - ■ ■ •■■■■''- ■■■•■■" | and Easy SBLP-MBASURE CHART " r | i Post Free on request. ••■- ---DISCODMT of II- off every & for Cash, or ea Monthly Accounts. Ballantynes christcterch M niw«e»«wMM-*-«ninmiff , m»iiiiiniii«»w '" —" ii»»-"-- ■"■•■"- - ui "'!__Zl^SSS^-

3 s Life Worth Living ? "Z sli i OT complications ! That irriUbln feeling and des.re to be lef tlone th at b,vy I moi&og head and those spots before your eyes are caused by a bad LIVEB. | I|ODDS' Little Liver Pills i RO straigri to the seat of tho trouble ; they TOUCH the Liver making it do : fts worKa remove «he clog nnd congestion that is causing the disoomfort & Tahtwoi-nißht and the morning will find you refreshed *£*"&""£ with a aloft head clear eyes nnd an appetite for breakfast. They are a safeSartainstbmj? g mmpy feoliog which afleots near iy every person Sin a sub.trop.cal clfme Finally, they are a sure and certain remedy for "Moadayitis" ■ ' ' , _ 1/- only, posted free-J*-'S- DODDS CHEM.ST. LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA

■ r The Lister Cream Separator BE,IOUR. OWN JUDGE OF 'J HE \ UllltMß m "/' iLISTER'-SSPARAiOB. 4 MaY *"" Compare it -with any Separator made, you will % fIMP-f fr *- find it the best for "homo separation." 'Cr;';; 1 ; '^JMi THE LESTER has S, psrleofc selLbalancing v **%2fml Qfr bowl, direct drive, all steel gear, warranted Mr" WMjgT for five years, and other refinements found on no* -; -;•-- Hpn HMM All comnlioated parts are eliminated. 18 wL. FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE-. * ) ■ , y We pay only for 1 w quality. | jSj If you have not made arrangements for a new-. \ ' r \. U HI Separator for the coming season, write us at qni'e ( r W Mb* ;• : \ We have all sizes suitable for " home separation," ,A |fv>v both in hand and power types '" ' •IE you require a power machine, you will all _S_fe*.fs_* =» need a LISTER PETROL ENGINEto drive it. 3 A perfect combination N.Z. Farmer s'Go-op Sole /\SSTI Agents, I FIGURES. | 1 El ectors Please Note ! 1 II Last Season 10,000 Tourists visited 11 |i Akaroa They spent on an average Four 11 ||. Pounds each, or a total of ;£40,000 || II This would ail be lost to ■■■Akaroa if N'p-,.* 11 || License was, carried. Akaxoa is the. most "\ ii || orderly town in Canterbury. '■' There were || il only three convictions for drunkenness in 1912, H Il and only four in 1913. Thm loss to the || 11 Borough Council if licenses were taken :ffl ii away would'be* iLI6O per annum, equal to ; a || Il rate of 2-sths of a penny, or more than-*' : * i|| II one quarter of the rate now being imposed. |« || Please consider these fa°t*. and do :not-:-':;<jtt | be led away' by travelling representatives of J : I the Prohibition Party who have; no inter- i| lests in the district, but 11 ■ Vote ■■•■■ for (Bofitinirance,„,,;j

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914

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