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Waikato Times, Volume XV, Issue 1291, 7 October 1880, Page 4
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* ! OINGERS SEWING MACHINES. Sales 1 875, ( in four years ) Sales 1879, 219, 802 J xfably 431,167, MACHINE^ ( DOODLED ) MACHINES. LARGEST SALE IN THE WORLD! LARGEST MANUFACTORIES IN THE WORLD !
NEW FA^IILY MACHINE, on Poli.shccl Wal- nut Tables, with , Drawers, Stand, and Treadle. I'iice, £5 17s- od. PATENT TRIPLE ACTION BALANCE WHEEL, <md 'm.iy hae, when required, the Xcw Patent Cocyqn .Shuttle (instead ot the Uobbin Shuttle). ACCESSORIES GIVEN WITH EACH MACHINE.
1 Feller 1 J'Xtr.i Check Spring 1 Set Homnier-i anil Folder b Shuttcl Bobbins 1 Turk-marker „ 12 Needles 1 QniHer „ 1 Strew -driver 1 hr.iider „ 1 Hcittlo ot Oil 1 Straight Guide 1 Oiler 1 Screw for Straight Guide, 1 Hook of Instruction
1 Extra Needle- Plate Other Accessories, for special classes of work are supplied at ,1 small extra charge. Prii c List b2nt post free. The nbene Machine can be made to work by Hand, if required, at a small etra cost. NEW FAMILY HAND MACHINES on Walnut H.im 1 , with Newest Accessories. SEW- ING MACHINES tor all classes ot work, htted to work by hand, foot, or stoam power, 'lhe Sewing Machine made bv the Singer Sewing Manufacturing Company are acknowledged by common consent to be by tar the |j.>st Sewing M.ichines that mechanic.il ingenuity has been able to produce. Although the Singer Sewing Machines are comparatively late in the field, jet tlic extraordinary demand for them during the past tew jeaih— tis indi< ated b> the .successive annual sales— has obliged this enterprising 10m- pany to increase their Factories to an extent that seems almost im redible. The laigcst of their Factories is at Elt/abeth, New Jersey. Heie, the main building has 1.100 feet frontage ; For- ging Shops, 700 feet ; Foundry, 60c feet by 100 feet; Cabinet Shop, aoo; Packing Shops, 200 feet, 'lhe main building has four flooit,; the Cabinet and Parking Shops have each three floors. Entire works employ 3,500. lhe Yard contains 6 miles railroad tracks. There aie also Factories .it, or near, the City ot Glasgow, and the dimensions of these works may be imagined, when we say th.it 2,500 hero, as ,d the American Works, find c onst.mt cmplojment. The turn- out of Machines alone is 10,000 every week, or, at the rate of soo.ooo (halt a million) for the current jear. 'lhe .uioiis parts and new accessories, needles, oil, &c, &c, required for the 3,500,000 Sewing Machines, whiih arc in use all ocr the uorld— these demand spec lal attention and much labor. A Staff of Skilled Mechanics arid Sewing Machine Experts is always cmpl«)ed for the sole purpose of making every possible Mechanical Improvement on the. Machines and accessories. And notvsithstand- ' ing the Vhitv Gklai Xi ihjciiov in Prick, the Company continue to give wonderfully Eas>^ Terms to Purchasers on Hire or Deferred Payment System. BRANCH OFFICE, FORT-STREET, AUCKLAND. Waikato Agents ;
Hamilton-TAMES MRTIN Cambridge-HOUGHTON& SONS Te Awamutu— DUHFUS & DICK.
EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. AUCKLAND.
Begs to inform the public that he has resumed business as Auctioneer and General Commission Agent, in the Pre- mises lately occupied by Mr. G. W. Binney, and known as the Exchange Auction Mart, Queen-street' Auckland, where he hopes by strict attention to busi- ness prompt settlement of accounts, and liberal advances if required against goods left for absolute aale, to receive a share of public support.
/HARDER BROTHERS & CO. y> Agricultural, Drain, Tile and Sanitary Pipe works, PONSONBY, Have appointed Mr J. P. THOMSON, Cambridge, their Sole Agent for the Waikato.
Glazed Socket Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Chimney Pots, &c. All sizes on sale and to order. Orders for Drain Tiles from 2 to 6 inches executed withdyspatoh.