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-Smart Costume M ■> \ •. As Sketch »!*lr < ' l MADE TO MEASURE JeK [ ; (In oui* Ready-to-wear Dept.) uftfw l\ Fop £3 : 3s. fljflTO : ; PpST FREE H ' In Good Quality Serge. ' \ EjL ■ $/A * In Cream, Saxe, Reseda, Light ! !' Grey, Elephant, Navy and kin 11 I The Coat Is trimmed self buttons, Mjh 1 || and the collar may be in either TI |,;\ H plain or fancy silk. , (f Ijhw/r 1 Three-quarter sleeves, as sketch, L | or full length if preferred. Wit Y/f ' PATTERNS and EASY SELF-MEASUREMENT CHART Post Free on request. J! BALLANTYNES christchurch

Cream Separator *cr J fiihi ii '■'''j'ffltffi/ BE your OWN JUDGE OF THE \ MlfflM LISTER SEPARATOB. \ iuMif • Compare it with any Separator made, you will ■ V- r™* bfljL " fiad it the best for " homejjseparation." "• Fh. ' maE LESTER has a perfect selLbalancins erMl Jγ «- bowl < direQt drive, all steel gear, warranted IB* MmM for ye y ears ' ani * otDßr refinements found on no Wl iBPSH other machines U) HI «l All complicated parts are eliminated. ' WBITE IJ **" " jBflT ■ ** FOR OUR DESCEIPTIVE CATALOGUEI I We pay only for i] II Quality. || Hi If you have not made arrangements for a new (I) H M>parator for the coming season, write us at onije y , r= Jf* |RiL ■-- Wβ have all sizes suitable for " home separation," • both jo hand and power types fey Jsh ,-rx If you rpquire a power machine, you will all "^ st 'i r> >m*i need a LISTER PETROL ENGINEto drive it. „. ,*IIIPB- - 1 . x perfect combination N .Z. Farmers'Co-oP s ° ,e Assn. Agents - -1 SOMb . I fir Cnr A TDTT lIVI/^ , 1 IO 1 Atv 1 jLi IN vx I 1 Electors Please Wote! I ii Last Season 30,000 Tourists visited || ii Akaroa. They spent on an average Fotzr || ii Founds each, or a total of £40,000 II 11 Xhis would all be lost to Akaroa if No- || 11 License was ct. cried. Akaroa is the most || 11 orderly town in Canterbury. There were || II only three convictions for drunkenness in 1912, || || and only, four in 193S The loss io the || ii otzncil if licenses were taken || ii away would be ,-£l6O per annum, equal to a |i m rate of 2-sths of a penny, or more than || ii one quarter of the being imposed. || 11 ''Please consider these and do taot || H be led away by travelling representatives of h| H the. PrrJv : bitiorj Party who have no inter- || Jk ests in the district, but |g

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3447, 23 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3447, 23 October 1914

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