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Smart Costume as sketch / > , ■•_;> .. MADE TO MEAGRE ' ;J5wS (In our Ready-to-wear Dept.) fur*/ l\ For £3: 35.. i\|iV| ' POST FREE ' If In Good Quality Serge. ; . ' wiv 'il * In Cream. Saxe, Reseda, Light W/\^Ji Grey, Elephant, Navy and .JW/A —1| Black. ' • • •_ ■O///I "II The Coat is trimmed self buttons, "' gM, \ I] and the collar may be in either M////1 II plain or fancy silk. W////r///7/ ' Three-quarter sleeves, as sketch, ■ .^mlnM/l or full length if preferred.. , V SI 7/7 . PAnERNS and EASY SELF-MEASUREMENT CHART /^Mlll/ Post Free on request. ' - (, j] ' BALLANTYNES m.immu A 11 v ;I-/ioLCI Cream - Separator V^" l " 1 "" 1 " 1 TiliiiilO BE YOUR OWN JUDGE OF THE \ I US ' LISTEB SEPAEATOB. • \ I IRH **, CYnnare it wlih nny Saparator.'roade, you will .i j['""' ffialL . find it the best for " homef-ieparation." r?JL rpHE LES'IEH has a parfeofc felf bftlancin wT ■iURr -J- direct drive, all steel gear, warrante ifillwil * or ye y ears > othet refinements found on n Inl other machines. . U) HT Mi All complicated parts are eliminated. '■• write — "' J*mT mf FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUEIH We pay ooly for |j 1 . qisality. II Bl , If you have not made arrangements for-a ne\ U I HI Separator for the corning season, write us at one « i vv e have all sizes suitable for" home separation,' ■. ■'■■■ olin ' n * n<^nowel * typ es j~ fr* -gfrw *•*! If you rpquirG a power miehine. you will al fl§^=^!^fe2«3|=§§p s ' need a LISTER PBTltOti ENGINEto drive it. "'*■" ' '<* ' A perfect combination N.Z. Parmers'Co-op sole Assn. A^ts * Can Ikaroa afford to ' Q■' Lose tlse.TooHst Trail© h fflMißa^ I* <, nGa , "-.tifiil Aicfiron." has become a proverb all I ovpr'the Domiiiiou'. A visit to the Penin- | sula is jiow becomdng a regular part of the I Tourists' itinerary. i E;acli year of late has seen an increase | iv the number of tourists visiting Akaroa. I k Last year the numiver isached 10,000. When I I the war is over it is reasonable to expect that |' ' this mimopv wo aid b? doribled, | , I Tak ■U{( the very i<> w estimate that each | i tourist spf nds Four Pounds while in the | I Akaroa thi> means £40,000 was | Spilt into circulation Jast year I Buc if Prohibition :s carried the/oversea | ~ tourist trado will .cease- ' Would any tourist | I party suoiui'G- Lo the absurd restriction that | I they must not include a bottle of ale in their 1 I picnic hamper, at the risk of a fine of from | 1 from to ,£1,005 i I Yet that \ill .Dβ the law if Prohibition | is carried, fc'o f| Q ' AND _ .I ISTRIRF m TIE BaTTON UNE IN I ! ■&©!! BAllffiT fkWis. I ;

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914

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