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SOX and TIE to match, IN BOX i <8» ♦ ■ " • In various smart Stripes and Spots also plain Brown and Grey — 5/- box Silk and Wool Sox with slide-easy « Tie. In Grey, Blue, Brown and Green 6/6 box Spun Silk Sox with clox and SlideEasy Tie. In Grey, Purple, Brown and Navy 6/6 box 4 * . POST FREE PROM Ballatitynes - christchurch Is Life Worth Living ? 1T SST^J?" "StiUt-eal'.h and well beingar? governed by the condition of your liver to ar. extant you wou d not credit In fact, a neglected liver oltenltends to several • W.mpUoa tions 1 That irritable feeling and desire to be left aone. that heavj morninrj head and those spots before your eyea are caused by a bad LIVER DODDS' Little Liver Pills 120 straight to the seas M the trouble; they TOUCH the Liver making it dr. it* work and remove tb . dog and congestion that is causing the discomfort Tata two to-right and the morning will find you refreshed and brightened with a clear head, cle*7 eyes, and an appetite for breakfast. They are a safe guard apamst that li .nipy, grumpy feeling whicih aflects neariy every persor living in a nub-tropica'. clime. Finally, they are & sure and certain remedy foi • "Mondayitis " 1/- only, posted free. J- S'» DO.D DS CHEMIST. LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA ii-iyi-iUMraiMwiiin iwi.l ■ hi -nil-ill mill ■ niii ■ m 11w—w mmm i -mm i—i n.iu , ■ -__—wi- | The Lister Cream Separator I£E YOUR OWN JUDGE OF THE LISTER SEPARATOR. Compare it with any Separator made, you will ) find it the best for " home separation." mHE LESTER has a psrfeot self-balancing L bowl, direct drive, all steel Rear, warranted for five years, and other refinements found on no other machines All complicated parts are elimina'ed $«____ WRITE i FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE' We pay only for quality. If you have not made arrangements for a new Separator for the coming season, write us at once We have all sizes suitable for " home separation," 'both in hand and power types r sA It you require a power machine, you will all need a LISTER PETROf. ENGINKto diive it. A perfect combination N.Z.Farmers'Co-op s ° ie Assn. A^nts

Extra baconers to 70s. Ordinary baconere, 47s to 555. Heavier baconers, 003 to 65 s. Price pcs lb, sjd. Heavy porkers, 38s to 435. Ordinary porkers, 333 to 37a. Price per lb, s&d to s;£d per lb. Store pigs were represented by ;an entry of goodly proportion, but the quality contained nothing exceptionally good, rough animal' predominating. The demand s howad an improved tone for all classes cxc sui tows in pig, which were bard to quit. Quotations are: — Large stores, 30 j to 38s. Medium Btoroa, 233 to 2'J3. Small stores, 151 to 2ls. Weaners, lOj 6d to 17s.

TtIS Canterbury Si&ed Company WE ARE BUYEKS OF COCKSFOOT We can supply New Sacks and Twine at Current Bate C H. HEWLEI :t, M_ r> after

Ngino, June 20'h N\ZOL LIMITED Daar Sirs, —I was Buffering from a very aente form of Influenza, together with Sc re Throat I was depressnl and slepi badly, wb»n a friend advised me to try "NAZO L" I had bought several other remedies, mi iluding a a well known cough euro, but could not net cured* ■•NAZOL" Rave me instj nt releif. and my illnesß gradually left me, to that I am able to eat and sleep well. I car not speak to highly of "NiZOL"—Yours, fa'thfully, Joii-N C-tixel<.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 8 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 8 January 1915

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