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Poor of Belgium Fund. PUBLiCJEETINC. A PUBLIC MEETING is called for Wednesday, February 3, to consider the question of holding a Monster Harvest Festival in connection with the Canterbury Festival. The meeting will be held in the Akaroa Borough Council Chambers at 8 p.m. - All are invited to attend, G. ARMSTRONG, Mayor. UNITED STATES Nobby Tread Tires Sec those Nobs on the tread of the tire? See how they're placed—the angle of one to another? Now those Nobs are made of big, thick, tough rubber, and not only make the tire a REAL Anti-skid, but they are made on a big thick extra strong additional strip. Thea this extra heavy strip is welded by hand and vulcanised OB t© an extra heavy, extra strong tire. You have to wear out the big, thick, tough "Nobs" of rubber before you even start to wear out the extra strong tire underneath. That is why in the United States "Nobby Tread" you get TWO TIRES IN ONE {giving double the wear. i. Not only their manner of construction, but the quality and • quantity of material used make United States Tires the most economical of all. mile for mile, and cost for cost. "Nobby Tread" Anti-skid Tires are sold under a warranty of perfect material and workmanship; BUT any adu.tments are on the basis of 5,000 MILES We have _ full supply of United States Tires at pur Garage. I We ask Motorists to come and inspect them. We ourselves are satisfied that they excel any other Tire on the Market to-day. Distributing Agents: DEXTER & CROZIER LTD. CHRISTCHURCH AND AUCKLAND ia&awus ganders oh - Wellington ;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3474, 29 January 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3474, 29 January 1915

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