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b si »J£ ©SSO JTB. R E« w^e *© iT DEPENDS UPON IS Lit© WCPth Li¥iil§ a THE LIVER. • Your health and well faefnjr are R overned by the condition of i our liver to an extent you would not credi.! In fact, a neglected liver o/ten tend to severa complications ! That irritable feeling and dos.re to be left alone, i«"» morning head and those spots before your eyeg are caused by a bad LIYH.B DODDS' Little Liver Pills go straight to tbe seat o! the trouble ; they TOUCH the Liver making it do £ wnrk nnd remov* the clog and congestion that is oans.ng the discomforl. two io n M; ht a..d the morning will find you refreshed nnd brightened with n ch-nr head, nlear eyes, and an appetite for breakfast. They are a safe «Ud nfurnst 'Mi iun/py, grumpy feeling which aflectsneany every person • living in a .ub iropiwl cl me Finally, they are a sure and certain remedy for " Mondayilis " 1/- or»Jy, posted free- ■ S- DODDS CHEMIST, LAYAUD STREET, AKAEOA
Cream Separator iBE* YOUB OWN JUDGE OF THE LISTER SEPARATOR. Ccmopre it with any SeparatorJraade, you will find it the best for " hornff reparation." rriHE LESTER has a perfect felf.balanoins 1 bawl, direct drive, all sttSel gear, warrantee for"five years, and other refinements found on n< other maobines » All complicafed parts are elimiDated. WttlT'o FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUEWe p&y ooly for qualityI£ yon have not made arrangements for a new Separator for the coming season, write us at oriix We have all sines suitable for " homo separation, both in hand and power types _ If you require a power machine, you will aJ need a LISTER PETROL ENGINEto drive it, a perfect combination N.Z.Farmers'Co-op Sole ASSEe A * ente ' PrciSiibifbii wiii fiie Berengli Rates in Akarcii by ever 50 p®%* I The direct loss of revenue to the Akaroa I Borough Council, if Prohibition is carried, will be J6160 a year-equal to two-fifths of a penny or more than a quarter of the present rate. i Are Akaroa electors going to submit.to the insu't that there iso much drunkenness I in their midst that they should deny the right of a fellow-citizen to take a glass of ale with | his meals if he wishes to ? _ \ You know yourself that Akaroa is the > most orderly town in Canterbury There ! were only three convictions for drunkenness j in 1912 and only four in 1913. ; I Then think of the £40,000 a year that | . I tourists spend here. Are you prepared to | I sacrifice all that revenue because seven men jjj I in two years were weak and foolish enough to C I drink more than was good for them ? t; J Vote' - I I for Continuance I I AND I STRIKE OUT THE BOTTOM LINE IN I BOTH BALLOT PAPERS. !
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3456, 27 November 1914
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3456, 27 November 1914
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