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is Life Worth Living ? 1T complications ! That irritable feeling and des.re to be left a one thati eajy morning bead and those spots before your eye? are caused by a bad ___vi_k DODDS' Lrittle ILiver Pills go straight to tbe seat of the trouble; they TOUCH the Liver makmg it do its work and remove the clog and congestion that is casing the di porafo.t Tflk»t W oto-ni ß htß_d the mining will find you refreshed and brightened with a clew head, clear eyes, and an appetite for breakfast. They are a sate guard apa.n.t thi.t lumpy, grumpy feeling which aflecta neany every person livin« in a sub tropicat clime. Finally, they are a sure and oertam remedy for "Mondnyitis." 1/- ozily, posted freeJ- S'DODDS CHEMIST, LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA The Lister Cream Separator BE YOUR OWN JUDGE OF THE \ I ill LISTER SEPARATOR. \ I MM*-. Compare it with any Separatorlmade, you will v find it the best for " homejpepsration. Irk fXI HE LESTER bas a-perfect self-balancine J " .1 bowl, direct drive, all steel gear, warranted LD'* tH#j for'five years, and other refinements found on no Itl llif£i_l other machines , JS \_M_\ All complioaled parts are eliminated. WRITE """* f>Bj|[ .. FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE' if H " We pay ot-ly for •ii m •»• * I Krai _■_■ _v £_ R _¥ % p 111 \_ y OU have not made arrangements for anew -' W Hi Separator for the coming season, write us at once f BL Wo have all sizes suitable for " home separation," \/Zr «* ••■• both in hand and power types .as. W- ■ __d_H _»_#• If you require a power maohine. you will all need a LISTER PETROL ENGINEto diive it. ''" 1 -" - perfect combination N.Z. Farmers' Co-op Sole ASSII. Agents.
frohibltion. will Increase | the Bepough Rates in Akarea by ©we§* i@ p@r ; || I The direct loss of revenue to the Akaroa 1 1 1 Borough Council, if Prohibition is carried, . | I | will be _£160 a year—equal to two fifths of a I I I penny or more than a quarter of the present I m 1 Are Akaroa electors going to submit to 1 I I the insult that there iso much drunkenness | I 1 | in their midst th ; it tbey should deny the right A II of a fellow-citizen: to take a glass of ale with | ill his meals if he wishes to ? | I j 1 You know yourself that Akaroa is the | I I most orderly town in Canterbury, There | 1 I were only three convictions for drunkenness | I lin J912 and only four in 1913. ' | I I I Then think of the £40,000 a year that H 11! tourists spend here. Are you prepared to | 1 11 sacrifice all that revenue because seven men | 1 SI * n two y eara were wea k anc * foo^sn euOU B D | 111 drink more than was g :oocl for them ? g I j I for (Sontitfiuance , I I I STRIKE OIT TE BO! Jlf M LINE IN | I I I BOTH BALLOT PAPERS- 1
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3459, 8 December 1914
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