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Smart Costume jg ; " Aβ Sketch , fC^Fjar MADE TO MEASURE J«h\ (In oup Ready-to-wean Dept.) jf Mi '■ l\ ' Fop £3 : 3s. f\|fft i ■ . POST FREE B In Good Quality Sepge. WIV ilf * In Cr-eam, Saxe. Reseda, Light |B >*«jfl Grey, Elephant. Navy and ]Wl\ I The Coat is trimmed self buttons. jmll!\ || and the collar , may be in either Ifm'tin I! ' plain op fancy silk. vSlf///W///// Three-quarter sleeves, as sketch, ''/// I or full length if preferred. \(|\ 11 PAnERHS and EASY SELF-MEASUREMENT CHART "^W||i Post Free on request. ' 1} BALLANTYNES ghristghurgh ! Is Life Worth Liv7ng ? T STT ! 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 LIVEK. DODDS , Little Liver Pills go straight to the seat ol the trouble ; they TOUCH the Liver making it do its work and remove the clog and congestion 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 appetite for breakfast. They are a safe guard against that lumpy, grumpy feoling which aflacts neany every person living in a subtropical clime. Finally, they are a sure and certain remedy for "Mondayitis." ! 1/- only, posted free. J-S-DODDS CHEM.ST ! IjAVAUD BTBEET, ARABIA The Lister Cream Separator BE YOUR OWN JUDGE OF THE \ MUam LISTER SEPARATOR. \ mmffl*- Compare it with any Separator made, you will V~- fiud it the best for " homeVßeparation. ifa HP HE LESTER ha 3 a perfect eelLbalancins vT Ml Jγ -l bow, ' direot drive ' al,Bteel gear, warrantee /j* flBMn * or ye y ears > an( * o' aer refinements found on n< 111 IPSfI other machines 4J fl|"M| AH complicated parts are eliminated. write r*B| ' FOB OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE' I ft We pay only for /' HI H t, you have not modQ arran K eme . ntß iot a nevv W B N«pariuor for the oomins: season; write us atonoe - Jr BL Wβ have all sizes suitable for " home separation, ,1 both in hand and power types '—- fex -<jB ■ If you require a power machine, you will all n eed a LISTER PETROL ENGINEto drive it. - I^" e^— ZZa^^e™ p er f eo t combination ■''■'', '.' i , X • £-«/• JL Ul IjLIWI U* \~J\J "4^ Sole ASSXI. A^ents ' Can Akaroa afford t ® Q Lose the Tourist Trade « ™™™ se I '-Beautiful Akaroa" has become a proverb all I over the Bomiiiion. A visit to the Penin--1 sula is now becoming a regular part of the 1 Tourists' itinerary. I Each of late has seen an increase I in the number of tourists visiting Akaroa. I Last year the number reached 10,000. When • I the war jp ovier it is reasonable to expect that g this nunibw, would bs doubled, 4 I Taking the very low estimate that each I tourist spends Four Pounds while in the 1 Akaroa district, this means £40,000 was i put into . iron at sou List year ■ ~ I But if Prohibition is carried the oversea 1 tourist trade wil' cease- Would any tourist 1 party submit to the absurd restriction that I they must not include a bottle of ale in their , picnic hamper, at the risk of a fine of from from £100 to £1,000 Yet that will be the law if Prohibition is carried. So Vote for Somtiniiance AND I STRIKE OUT THE BOTTOM LINE IN ! 9 BOTH BALLOT PAPERS, j

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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