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The Lister Cream Separator iBE YOUR OWN JUDGE OF THE LISTER SEPARATOR, Compare it with any Separator made, you will • fiod it the best fa: " home separation." rnHE LESTER has a perfect felf.balancins JL bowl, direct drive, all steel gear, warranted for five years, and other refinements found on no other machines.. All complicated parts are eliminated. • WRITE FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUEWe pay only for quality. If you hava not made arrangements for a new Separator for the coming spason. write us at om;e We have all sizes suitable for " h;mi separation," both in hand and power types If you require a power machine, you will all need a LISTER PETROL ENGINEto drive it. A perfect combination N.Z. Farmers' Co-op Sole ASSfI. Agents, fiii'B'BX™i«^ ISOME 1 STARTLING I FIGURES. 1 Akaroa ... I Electors Please Me! 1 I Last Season 10,000 Tourists visited il Akaroa. They spent on an average Four || Pounds each, or a total of *40,000 | ' This would all be lost- to Akaroa if Mo- || License was carried. Akaroa, is the most || orderly town in Canterbury. There were | only three convictions for drunkenness m IJU,' || and only four in 1913. The loss to the || Borougn 3 v ncil if licenses were taken HI . away would be £160 per annum, equal to a || rate of 2-stns 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 representatives ot || the Prohibition Party who have no inter- |j ests in tbe district, but |g I for (Continuance. 1
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3445, 13 October 1914
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