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Smart Costume Jt I As Sketch JW^W^ MADE TO MEASURE \Mh\ (In our Ready-to-wear Dept.) iff t '\ j ' For £3 : 3s. I\|f%\^ POST FREE ||§W_lPw Wm In Good Quality Serge. Tt/ W In Cr-eam, Saxe, Reseda, Light Mfk \^J3 Grey, Elephant, '■ Navy and jw/X Black. }W/\ \ The Coat is trimmed self buttons. &l\ and the collar may be in either 111 ft/1 plain, or fancy silk... Bf//r///// Three-quarter sleeves, as sketch, ''W, or full length If preferred. I||l /% .PAnERNS and EASY SELF-MEASUREMENT CHART 'J Post Free on request - . { "^MSIIf B BALLANTYNES christchurch

Is Life Worth Living ? IT ™i£fra PON Your health and well being are governed by the condition of your liver to an exrentyou would notoredh! In twt„a »?BJe°. wd >7°»A c n a p d s l a JZ °"! ! complications! That irritable.feeling and desire to be left alone that heavy morning head and those spts before your eyes are caused by a bad LIVLtt. DODDS' Little Liver Pills go straight to tbe seat of the trouble ; they TOUCH the Liver making; it do its work and iremove the clog and congestion that is causing the d'scomfori Take two to-night and tbe morning will find you refreshed and ■with a clear head, clear eyes, and an appetite for breakfast. They are a safe guard apamsli that lumpy, grumpy feeling which aflects near y every person living in a sub tropical ohme? Finally, they are a sure and certain remedy for "Mondayitis." I/- only, posted free \. J'S'DODDS CHEMIST. LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA The Lister Cream Separator f~ li7m '' nSS' BE YOUR OWN JUDGE OF THE \ I U LISTER SEPARATOR. \ lillllllim Compare it with any Separator made, you will CT 'nrffii. fi nd >' tDe beEt {or " norae Be P aration -" rfk HP HE LESTER has a perfect felf-balancinc grWI ll* JL bowl, direct drive, all steel gear, warranted HP lliylil for five y eftrs - ftn(J othet refinements found on no m other machines _0 jflfp!| All complic vted parts are eliminated. l llL n WRITE '*"""' *"OR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUEIK r We pay only for H -quality. ■| If you have not made arrangements for a new /J HI B<»DRrator for tiiq coming season, write us at once ]P HLj We have all size 3 suitable for " home separation,": fcX -tw If you require a po*ver mxqlvnc you w 11 all , need a LISTER PETROL ENGINEto drive it. '*■*•- 1., l" perfect combination

N Z. Farmers' Co-op s ° ie Assn. a^»*s ' ; —— ~ — #— ■ ~ ' ISO ME 1 STARTLING 9 FIGURES. 9 Akaroa | Electors Please Note! § j Last Season 10,000 Tourists visited I | Akaroa. They spent on fin average Four I I Pounds each, or a total of || II This would all be lost to Akaroa if No- li || License was carried. Akaroa is the most II || orderly town, in Canterbury. There were li || only three convictions for drunkenness in 1912, || II and qnly four in 1913. The loss to the || II Borough 3 v ncil if licenses were taken || ||| away would be £.100 per annum, equal to a || JI } - rate of 2-sths of a -penny, or more than li || one quarter of the rate now being imposed. |g { H Please consider these fa"ts. and do not (I H be led away by travelling representatives of. || || the Prohibition Partj who have no inter- || || ests in the district, but |i I Vote, I I for Continuance. |!

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3446, 16 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3446, 16 October 1914

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