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New Zealand Patents.

We believe that no country m the world shows the same progressivenesa m the matter of patents as does New Zealand. There are more applications made here per ' 1,000 of the population than m any other country, the United States nofcexcepted. It is true that many of these are for provisional protection only, and may never he completed, but the fact remains that the inventive faculty is there and will not be kept quiescent. A greater percentage of patents turn out well than is generally imagined A patentee doe 3 not find ie convenient to blurt out his business. He haß a money making monopoly and he intends to preserve ifc. That is the reason why you dont hear of the successes. But they are there, quietly returning their profits to the patentees. If anyone interested would like to know about some successful {inventions, let them call on Henry Hughes, Patent Agent, at his offices, 183 Hereford Street, and they will perhaps be edified. A large section of the firm's clients are successful principally because their interests are so carefully safeguarded.

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New Zealand Patents., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6604, 24 June 1905

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New Zealand Patents. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6604, 24 June 1905

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