The New Zealandia EVSilking Machine. THE MACHINE THAT PRACTICALLY CUTS OUT HAND-STRIPPING. Exclusive Features. J TEAT CUPS—(See illustration), un- '- like any other on the market. Can't | CLAW PULSATOR—Perfect air ad- ' mission and reduced vacuum. Milks two teats and releases two at the same time. Practically similar to hand milking. Cows improved by this method. RELEASER—Of simple type. Ahead of every other system. No cams, springs, weights, pumps, etc. Its very simplicity proves its worth. RESULTS No strain on cow's udder.. Alternate pulsation to cow's teats. Milk flow continuous. Air admission imitates calf sucking. Cows prefer "New Zealandia" mechanical milking to hand milking. Increases lacWhat Users Say. "Middle of second season with my 4-rCow New Zealandia—havei not had a single stoppage or a cow hurt. I milk 70 cows, and wash up in two hours."— P.O. "Twelve sets working perfectly—Claw pulsators far superior to any others* milking 200 cows."—H.McM. "Fifty Jerseys milked right put without any trouble. Splendid thing to know one's cows will! not be damaged in any way.'—W.C.C. "I milk 40 / cows single-handed and separate milk in less than 2 hours. The machine leaves the teats perfectly cool and moist."—O.F.S. "Use your machine on my herd of over 100 cows, and have perfect results.'—C.B. "Beats hand milking, in fact my returns are better."—W.R. "Cows took very readily to the machine, and would rather it than hand milking."—J.C.M. f'We milk them all without.,leg-ropes."—BE. and E.L. "Cows seem to prefer it to hand milking."—A. and J.M. "Cows much prefer it to hand milk- ■ ing .»_W.H.P "Used 2 seasons on I 70 Purebred Holsteins. Not one in- ■ jured in any way. Milk returns better I than neighbours, who hand milk."— ■; CALL FOR A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE. I; N.Z. FARMERS CO-OP., j MACHINERY DEPARTMENT. WEST STREET. I ■M_M_-__-__----_--—_>—_'M——•—_—» ', i. ___________ ll 11, ti : — „^—^^—^ m*mmimi\mm^mm^^~^^m^^m*m*mmmnm^~mmmmmm^m^—m^m.~mmmm*mm.^m^m.^ _—__—_—__—- ...,.. , ..■. . ••■-■ - ~ ■-....• - ...-.* -..- -'. '-.--' -■■*•. (Tfl 1-L ' "Apparel doth oft proclaim '. bi^ the man. ■fl -* BllV It is a traism that a mart is judged •J___k___f-V /,?&809 ' ' by his clothes. The following list ( , Sl!S^ deals entirely with articles of apparel ■l^'i,r_J:'_W.l- /^il^^fe|lS_. tliat re '"ri^*'' can depend J j '■» 1 '___IS^P^^^^^l^__ upon Heath's—every time. : mfU'mmmtmmmmommam m WSfiL m X& » l__M»lft*f?7 -__^*iU__Br fr^tiM** 4 v%S_/ • - I I|t-S__r_ilSvV \ S_r "*%s< %*flP^ Men's Shirts, tunic styles, stiff neck banes, ■ /'.'!£fsjffcsr^ '-■ . soft cuffs; white and cream grounds, | ' I I|llll__yJ'' 7_s__!j&r with smart coloured stripes; perfect , B f. II ilfflffl. _.'♦ I • N_ -V Wsw7 fitting well-finished shirts — | I'__!__• 11l il '^JWW V 6 10/6 to 12/6 illly»i ill.V\*KNs!»_____r -^ Men's Shirts, soft bands and cuffs; Ceylon 1 _j II fl ' <^/„(/fi^H^VV^WiOT ' Flannels; neat stripes. Splendid wear- | I If! PA 'ffiilll \W\\ySiw^h«A. Men's Shirt*:-,'in Heavy "Union Flannels, M f Ir'\M\ \ nV\.^l^W^ winter weights ... 10/6 to 17/6 I . !__ L Wfmfilll \WT %h f * «m Silk-Shirts, bar._s and collars attached— f. ' " l_l/_NMiM_lllll 1V _%!wA _R 4ft In Tussore and White Silk 19/6 to 25/- ---_*, kmM^Mtm\¥Kwf7/ «v /" w\ Pujisuk-.. * .27/6 ~ M.'MSIiWFvF (i * Vf*-—_ Men's Soft Collars, plain whites; also _< WM'ifim^^M^^m? 4 r X'? ~*\ /£_v coloured; in black, blue, and Helio 3 IM '//.wHHifflrf-Wi - r 1C- (X%h hairline stripes '. / '..' ..-.1/3 * -.//ls lmWWmW^y^'" V »■ Men's Starched Collars, plain blues and li'L-Mm ,Wm\h •" ft 7S?*° "^ " blue titrined '-..-. ... •• 1/3 I f /___llr. ' WS\'„ .IJ 1 ,i _ .' , -" TfH Men's Felt Hats, new _h.ap.--8 aud shades; j //Mm'.lß*^ f ?i _*~- Z\ J\ >s * «s_'_ drabs, slates, browns aud fawns, by ,- I //HI.!): WJ Vtif <■ ,- •» s t *// 3tctson Fur ?elts ' sii,-rt dvessy hßts of a ,'lAW'''iMMlUllak/^ y i *"* Vk *.F and fawns; with black bands . 42/----•■'/li-lm' M/Bnnu!rfiY}^ \_M_folr Stetson Velour Felts; another high-grade ■[ '1/ ]ili_M,"l /IJaW ff•'J * * * 4t¥-W hat 5 in natural, pearl, fawn, slate and / ;,; :|Wi //llfcWW Q^^l#-1 Men's Soft relt.Eats; a cheaper qualityfi Ifll i.-l-l » IfAV.fY/l V.-sIW Men's Tvyeed Hats; greys and fancy ' j ' ' ifi-fll I ' ittMkV/IW^.'-V \ 8/6 9/6 to 12/6 I _J__siii I WW^ilMlh N ,*\ -v\f_ Men's Tweed Cans; black and white | ■________^IB 1 lilffew I? ftl f . < -->A checks; Donegals and fancy tv.eecls- • "^.A^lJIi w^K^^M v; Ms. 5/Q 6/6 7/61012/G Hl_ljL_i'iJß_^S_tffl___r-_^_'/r^ v » I J\Wm We. are makers of High-grade Tailoring, \\_Sft_wy_V JI / !*> W ftVfIVW. ln(1 carry a ver^ lar §c I,ange of smart. 5 Tmg-IjVS. \^P_m_f//-f ff: f f" -^i *_3_V np-to-date Suitings, in Tweeds. Worsted:-, ' \ Ar W^ KhXtlt Cheviots, English, Scotch ?nd Colonial I awr» %?\^3mh. stings. WW Rp^th Rr Cn I flwl^. Christchurch ■ . j I
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919
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