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I The New Zealandia Milking Machine. THE MACHINE THAT PRACTICALLY CUTS OUT HANO-STRfiPPINC. Exclusive Features. * . ■ ...'■■■■ >«*. TEAT CUPS—(Sec illustration), unffsjl Ifl ' like any other on the market. Can't .. ■ Adjustable " iSMil< dropoff. Mouthpiece— | i I CLAW PULSATOR—Perfect air ad--1 II I mission and reduced vacuum. Milks ill 111 two teats and releases two at the,' ■ |! iHil same time. Practically similar to ■ s^rTT^r-^ nan<* milking. Cows improved by 9 ' j^j*"' 4I~W this method. I jrfX*' ' I ftlfrw ' RELEASER —Of simple type. Ahead ■ . . .. m lilliM of every other system. No cams, DuicafA* I lllfllliiiffi ■'■" spnngSj weights, pumps, etc. Its ruisaior I liliH' very simplicity proves its worth. • connection I : IHIiiOiH ! ; , high up ■ ■ ft lllliilllK '•■ ■ RESULTS-— ' ; -„■ .■ .■ ' „. , ■■■ : ,■■'". ■]) ' llliHil No strain on cow's udder. Alter- ' ■ I ' I lliil' * ' na*e Pulsation to cow's teats. Milk | ililiiilil ' flow continuous. Air admission imi- ' II ' I' IHiiß tates calf sucking.' Cows prefer ■• ■ ■ 1 i f 11 lifflS -"New Zealandia" mechanical milk- ■ ' : | , ! I iSIISH ' '' ' ing to hand milking. Increases lac-Highiy-poiished 1 \. : . 111 l What Users Say. v Aluminium ■ . , -11 :;: 1 fflllffl ''• " ' ' " : ' ■ Barrel • | '';.!,; lIIH r ''Middle of second season with my ' I ;'■' ! ' SillH'^ ~ 4yCo\v New Zealandia—have not had a I ! ■. I IllllliJll - single stoppage or a. cow hurt. I milk ••:• ■ I ', 1 Ilia 70 cows, and wash up:in two. hours."— |i ' liifl T.C. "Twelve sets working perfect- ■ 1 ISIIB /"TTT-v v—Claw pulsators far superior to any Tu . ' i ■ ! . IllMr fk others; milking H.McM. I 5 r 1 , : 11 ''Fifty Jerseys milkeidtright out with-' . ' tfit nip • ' 1 ' ' ll' M/«Mf I'-o^-any trouble, :Sple'iidid thing to J TEAT CUP' i ' \\WKJ////W know one's cows'will not be. damaged , I I v ': IB in any way-'—W.O.G. ,v»I * milk 40 ' { : 111 -* '■ • ' iWsIIK/'''V IS ? ows s^ngJe-nanded and< separate milk J : 1 II Iffif// 1 ill I in less tnarL 2 hours. t.The machine. I ! I I|/ .|iO___-leaves the teatr^le'dtly'''' cool .-and ' j " J If ;W " moist."—C.F.S. ''Use:.'ypur,machine '■ ■I ' ill W ' on my herd of over 100 cows, and have . / j ' 11 111 perfect results.'^-C.B. .^'Beats hand --N«,h. Wi n ß •'..J TimTnrTißf w^i^j^S™;^ inflation JM I j I||]|Tlm *° -tne machine, and would rather it ' i « thanr hand' milking."-^J'.G.M. "We |JHll'*\\^-- —"__ 'milk them all without'leg-ropes."—-H. Milk Connection— .. ' v^s^^^S^ "Cows much prefer it to hand milk- ' . ing."—W.H.P. "Used 2 seasons on 70 Purebred Holsteins. Not one injured in any way. Milk returns better ■ ' than neighbours, who hand milk."— CALL FOR A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE. tZ. FARMERS CO-OP., MACHINERY DEPARTMENT. WEST STREET. ; ' I .____ .__ ; " !____!_ .J •. ~L_ » I A SHIPMENT of Ford One-T<?n 0 ( i jfl^^^HL O | £^ Trucks has reached New Zealand. =^-M" MiPX^TBMflPiThi -X A ■"C Orders will be executed in rotation as *^£~rr, j? *+ Order Now! **> %}^M>C NEW The Ford One-Ton Truck, recognised as the most -^? v"^\. IsL" "\. reliable Light Truck on the market, is a complete iSWrlilhh M lm\ Truck Chassis built by the Ford Motor Company of >f V^^3^^flLjmw CCI T n^ Canada, Ltd. It carries with it the same service as / V^^^ai ffl^SftrSP' ■ tla I the Ford Car. Let your local Ford Dealer arrange a »» bUmW^ With Solid Rear. * "With Pneumatic JtRMIUR «.lll, t^ff Wh V Not Tyre Equipment . 34 x 4Jin. Rear M\ \l!j \l Select F. 0.8. Wellington £235. Tvje^uip^ | YOURS *V . Descriptive Literature .from any 4^ SWt £> * lillllllllllin - - NOW? ® Dealer _or direct from s ~ I • TVg JmVG "tllG Spip l'fp^V -P TSJ jJi^^^ nin"^S^^^^^^^ P jjA ;- 10s«dto 255. - I ™- I^l »..—,. Tlfllrt —:~i» better at the price anywhere. J. E. RULE, ASHBURTON, Agent. ARCADE CLOTHING CO. — — — BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON. -I^?\ LJORLICKS hi 111 1 1 W^iV^^^&^^/ Ba^ know the differena. If fi"*] «'« **<**' °< « TPieU-me-■Mk "a knowi what makes him Ui) good, n^ ft Bottle of \^oV?y^^w}P^l±± '"&Jr You know Out he thriVet npM thia .^U\\\.^Jgfe^^y|C^ e«ily »»»»mi!at«d, nouruhing food. RON'XTNfJTON'S LTV FJt TONIC i®ktfar^'i^V^ iherefore intUt en always having ' aj^^^^^yT' "^W, Horlick's M Jted Milk for hiia. CM^<9&£sifc^i^^4j> &" >S«l% Writ* tor sample, sending £*. in "^OUR SYSTEM nee<is brncinc; up SttaCV^S^. S\ *tampitoHUTCHINSpNAC3. < Lti. X 'tween masons. '^^*—»*>- pr«^vpr] in health for it. _/__ Hnrdr^ls Tiavp . frird this medicine ———-—---———----—-—————-^ "-, w\ih ex<-ellc-nt rpsnlts. PARTICULAR me*. c;c to a 7?artic- "~~"~ _.., ular Saloon fori xiieir Shnre or A RHTTT w to iuv 6 Packete Gold Star Cuetard Hair-cut. Percy's Saloon enjoys wide ™^'«^ A HUIILK TO-DAY. Jowder Is, 2 Packets White's Flaked popularity with men who want a soft lioe Ib, 3 Pea Soup Sausages Is. 4 velvety shave or neat hair-trim n /fi p n .*i. Sand Soap le, 3: Cakes Goblin Toilet There's plenty, of comfort in th« M"WI k)ap Ib, 3 Old Dutch Hand Soap Is, chairs and you don't have to wait. , I Cakes Swan Toilet Soap Ib, 3 Tins Here also is a Pine Assortment of iVyandotte Cleanser le, and 6*Fly Cigars. Tobaccos arid Cigarettes. Call v p rdwkjim^tam Jolls Ib. , -PERCY'S Hairdresfiing Saloon. ' BONN'NGTOM. . ... : . ; . - ' ■ ; ' ";' ■ ■ CHRMTST AND PRUGCUPT BUXTON AND THOMAS^ -w^rr,™,; / ■„-,■«, . , ASHnrT>Tnv T3HONTA — An Ideal Tonic for acsu^lkiuiv. oVn.«»u «*:'—- anaemic won^en and girJs. 1-nangle btcrw. makes good red blood. 2s a boUle.BonningtoH'i Pharmacy.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9578, 4 April 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9578, 4 April 1919

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