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Is lJfe~Wbi-thUvlng~T 1T SETS* r" complications! That' initnblo frelirg Bnd denre to be left alone, {hat "very morning bead and those epts before your eye* are caused by a bad LIVER, j DODDS* Little Liver Pills go straight to the seat of the trouble ; they TOUCH the Liver makmg it do its work and remove the clog and congestion that is causing the d«oom«ort Take two to-night and the morning will find jon refreshed and "Mondayitis." 1/- only, posted tree. J- S'DODDS CHEMIST. LAVAUD STREET, AKABOA

The Lister Cream Separator V ""*"" be YOUR OWN JUDGE OF THE \ B mSf LISTER SEPARATOR. \ Compare it with any Separatorjmade, you will C! ■ find it the best for " bome/.separation. ffPk HP!HE LESTER has a perfect felf.hnlancinß «T Ml Mr L bowl, direct drive, all eteel gear, warranted , ' for five years, and other refinements found on no n HP-Sfl other machines, L$ Mfflß All complicated parts are eliminated. write m FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE' J 1 |We pay only for J ■ If yon nave not rrwlr? arrangements for a new If) By. Separator for the coming Feason. wiile vi ttt,onoe / Jr BL We have all sizes suitable for" home separation," both in hand and power types Ei. i{ you rtquire a power machine, you will all f 55 * i iTl'lf V need & LISTER PETROL ENGINEto diive it. '''nuT £ perfect combination N .Z. Far mers'Co-op Sole /\QQfI Agents, Prohibition will increase •the BorongSi Hates in Akaroa by over 50 per I The direct loss of revenue to the Akaroa I Borough Council, if Prohibition is carried, will be' JCI6O a year—eqiml to two-fifths of. a penny or more than n> quarter of the present I rate. I Are A karoa electors going to submit to the iusu't that there iso"much drunkenness in their midst that they should deny the right I of a fellow citizen to take a glass of ale with J his meals if he wishes to ? You know yourself that Akaroa is the J most orderly town in Canterbury There were only thivH convictions for drunkenness in 1912 and only four in 1918. Then think of (he £40,000 a year that tourists sperd here. Are you prepared to • sacrifice all .that revenue because seven men I in two years were weak and foolish enough to j drink more than was good for them ? i Vote for Continuance I AND 1 STRIKE OUT THE BOTTOM LINE IN I BOTH BALLOT PAPERS. I

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914

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