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ll I ■■ — For Smart Travelling Wear, etc. ..Well-Tailored.. SKIRTS in DONEGAL TWEEDS and BLACK and WHITE CHECK, smartly cut and well-finished throughout, fastening with 12 buttons down front. Slightly gathered at back and finished with strap, In Grey, Brown, and Fawn Mixtures and Black and White Check A SMART' AWD SERVICEABLE SKIRT POST FREE FOR I- , 15/9 I PROM Simmmmmmnmemamm fammmauwwnmu ,i,, j i iipmiiiwiiin ninniim ■■ i""" " IsXife Worth Living ? '"Zg^T" '£mr health and welt beinp am governed by the condition of liverto an extent you would not credi ! In f*ot, a n» B l*et«d hv«o!ten,tendst- several compl.voat.ions ! That irritable feeling end desire to be left b one, th-t -ivy mornrog head and those spots before your eyei are caused by a bad ui\L>a DODDS* Little Liver Pills ipo "rtmiglit (o ont of the trouble ; they TOUCH the Liver making it do M* wors ..n/i r.we >he dog and congestion that is causing the discomfort •Taki»t W rnn-r,ißhr.nnd the morninß will find you refreshed. »nd brightened with a olei'r head. -.lan-- -yes, and an appetite for breakfast. Ihey are a safe puard iae't Jumpy, grumpy feeling which afleots neariy every person livinK in a sub tiop.enl clim-. Finally, they are a sure and certain remedy for "Mon dayitis." II" only, posted frae» V^ , ° O» DOUUb. CHBM3ST. I.AVAUD STREET, AKAROA "*** ~~ ■ •-.—-- ■ r ,4imXM fSSi BE YOU a OWN JUDGE 03 , . THE III!! LISTER SEPARATOR. I I Compare "U with Separator/made, you will fc , "*—£™~p£L find it the best for " hcmelseparation." "^"""tf iTTk rnHE LESTER has a perfect ?elLbalancin<? Irl fl m® X boy/l, diroat drive, ail steel gear, warranted M KeSH other machines # JJ; Sfflff AH complicated parf-- arc olimirsted, e?=,^o * jj,q ß OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE- ■. I p. We'pay only for ■jj B c|«aa.lity. • I X If you' 'have not made arrangements frjr anew ■'" * WHi Se..3arator iav the coming season, v/rite us at orme ■"' Piw ' - W»?.have all sizes suitable for " home separation, spt F\\ bath in hand and power types . cI -sw If you require a power machine, you will an fliJE^^WsS/flKli^ , ' ne'dd a LISTER PETROL BNGINEto drive it. JJ"== =^^^^ r - . . p Qr £ect combination N .Z. Farmers' Co-op Sole A€CTI Agents, Pr®hibifgeßi wiiß increase the Rates in Akar©a by ©yei 11 5© per ©■©Hit* mmmmsmmmmmßm®mmmammm®msi II 1 The direct loss of revenue to the Akaroa J I . Borough Council, if Prohibition is carried, I I will be £160 a year—equal to two-fifths of a I J penny or more than a quarter of the present i Are Akaroa electors going to submit to 1 I! the insult that there iso much drunkenness jj I I in their midst that they should deny the right | i ! of a fellow citizefi to take a glass of ale with | I I his meals if he wishes to ? . • ' I 8 You know yourself that Akaroa is the | most orderly town in Canterbury There | I were only three convictions for drunkenness | 1 in 1912 and only tour in 1913. | I Then think of the £40,000 a year that | tourists spend here. Are you prepared to g 1 k sacrific" all that -re.venue bpcause seven men | I I £ in two yearn were weak and foolish enough to | I ■ I drink more than was good for them ? | ij Vote for Continuance AND I STRIKE OUT THE BOTTOM LINE IN I I BOTH BALLOT PAPERS. I

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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