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! THIS SEASON'S NOVELTY \ \ ] i COMFORTABLE \ \ FASHIONABLE \ 1 .' SERVICEABLE ; { DURABLE . ; I SECURELY PACKED FOR FREC PC3TAGZ. j Hill 0 I $ The Lister Cream Separator | BE YOUR OWN JUDGE OP THE \ WJSf LISTER SEPARATOR. \ nlnMmi t*, Ctmpare it with an.v Separator Jmado, you will \~. ~., _. find it the best for " home^eeparation." fTK rpHE LESTER has a perfect eelhbalancinp; Iγ ml j? -JL bowl, direct drive, a " Bteel eear, warranted mm m% for five years, and other refinements found on no m iBpSS other machines _ U) jMj M All complic.Ued parts are eliminated. write . Hpßj FOR OUR DESCEIPTIVE CATALOGUEaft We pay only for ft Bj quality. HI HI If you' hove not made arrangements for a new W Bl Separator for the coming season, write us atones Jγ Wfi have al ' s ' zes suitable for " home separation," both in hand and power types fey _itfJ9 _-=i If you require a power machine, you will all jffsg^jS^ff^gE need a LISTER PETROL ENGINEto drive it. ii »i perfect combination N.Z..Farmers'Co-op s ° ie Assn. A^ts - Prohibition will in®i*@as@ the Borough Rates in Ukaroa by over 50 per Vrfi lIIMWMiyfiMMHHKfiWWMWifIWfI4J(MMttfI|}M Ham ■"■"•■■■ lira —-—eni—r™— — —» ||j The direct loss of revenue to tlae Akaroa I 'Borough Council, if Prohibition is carried, I will be £ 160 a year—equal to two fifths of a I penny or more than a quarter of the present I Are A karoa electors going to submit to I the insult that there iso much drunkenness I in their midst that they should deny the right I of a fellow citizen to take a glass of ale with !_ i his meals if he wishes to ? I I You know yourself that Akaroa is the I I most orderly town in Canterbury There I I were only three convictions for drunkenness I 1 in 1912 and only four in 1913. I I Then think of the £40,000 a year that i I tourists spend here. Are you prepared to I I sacrifice all that revenue because seven men 1 fe| in two years were weak and foolish enough to 1 I drink more than was good for them 1 11 for Continuance I I . AND j STRIKE OUT THE BOTTOM LIME IN I . BOTH BALLOT PAPERS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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