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The New Zeaßandsa Milking Machine. the Machine that pract^ally cuts out hand-stripping. i Exclusive Features. | ' _^. „ , .^_ ■ ■■'..% TEAT CUPS—(See illustration), urn #» " like any other on the market. Can't Mouthpiece-- ~ j|w; CLAW ; PULSATOR—perfect, air adIN^w **JLjgsjfi|fflMßßJ^l£.i!.'. '•jja't mission and reduced vacuum. Milks • Ijjmjjjsill^r^- —__^~~~~ =r^ ===^;=^^^^^~~~Z^l^SH^2^--^^IJ«iTfIJK two teats and releases two at the . *-II HlffffftPr^^ same time.-Practically similar- tomi IMI TrrtTfTT \\\\\\\\W nand milking. -Cows improved by • ■MMmL L L Wwf this lll*lthodt ■ ■". ■-■ ■ '■■':■"■ ■■',:: iiPlMffllllllfr'TT IS RELEASER—Of simple type. Ahead ■ a i .|||ll I of every other system. No cams, Puisatnr Ik 1111 II * s PrinSs, Weights, pumps, etc. Its : PlSnnection ' ■■ :' Very proves ,its vorth- V ' high up- M'/NfflKk [ ' RESULTS- :\./ W- -i 1 1 I No strain on cow'si udder.: Alter-: mUjf^MM}, '' ■ ■ Illllf. nate pulsation to cow's teats. Milk >w///#ll!llllSI|||l ' ; Illlllll' ' flow continuous. Air admission imi- ! ' iW/#lli '• ' !■■ tales calf, sucking/ Cows" ; prefe^' iWUIM Hi ! I - "New Zealandia" mechanical milk-..; Ml/PW 1111 : ' illlil' ins- t0 hand milking; Increases lac- ■ -Highiy-poiished I3HI •!' I! I' Wliat Users Say. ■■ Aluminium' * r^"'lßH ' ■' '''' ill ; ' „ Barrel , ■iHI ! I "Middle;of second season with my . " Biiillill ! ' j 1 4-Cow New Zealandia—have-not had a : liiffilll ! ■ || sing^. stoppage or a cow hurt. 1 milk fflnl ! i ill I- 70 cows,'and wash up in two hours."— ' ■Hilll ' ' I! 1 P.O. ■ "Twelve sets working perfect-'' • • ':- Kif I"I I ' rJlill —Claw pulsators far superior to any;-, Tu _ .- -:.'i Bawitil ■ I others; .milking 200 cows."—H.McM. l_u_r <%£.-^-; Bll^i ' ' 1 "Fifty Jerseys milked; right out with-.? TFAT riiD ■ - ;-'-TV'.7 ■ilhi% ! ' II If ou^ 'any. trouble.'..Splendid thing-' to;.; ,1 cAT CUP. , :■;:-_.,■-' H<Sln;','i ' ! | know one's cows will not be ■damaged 1 • ■*- ''>l'W' '■■ Hilll - 'If in any. way.?—W.C.C. "I milk 40, ' ■ ' ■"'""-' ; : ■HHillli ' '■■- 11l cows single-handed and separate milk. -,-'■', '-^ • '■ :■ ■IMff ' If. in Jess than 2 hours. . The machine ■i'••..' , , ■mSfll I ' • I leaves the teats pea"fectly cool and . ■ ,'Wbl|| V I moist."—C:P.S.' "Usei your machine ! „ 'i' ■■ ■HHUI ' f on my herd of over 100 cows, and have ■' ' ■ ' Ijff perfect results.'—C.B. '''Beats v*'hand;-,/: : .•■'■' JJJ^ • milking, in fact my returns are bet- ' Nut holding . —^mm | Wr^) ter."—W.R. "Cows took very rea"dily > inflation to the and would rather it > l^lffffll^ than hand milking."—J.C.M. "We 1 ■ ii Sl' m^k them all without leg-ropes."—H.; .. I Si . and E.L. "Cows, seem'to i . II I '' , to hand milking."—rA.' and J.M. Milk Connection ' >>■ ii : "Cows much prefer it to hand milk- ■ '^S'tWr ing"—W.H.P. "Used 2 seasons on . ' ■ 1 \W 70 Purebred HoUsteins:. Not one in- ■ jured in anyway. Milk returns better '■'■•., than neighbours, who hand milki"— W.R. ' / ' V...V. ■ -..- •■-•■■...,■•.- :■;. "■' CALL FOR A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE. NX FARMERS GO^OP, I MACHINERY DEPARTMENT. WEST STREET.

Dear Jamieson, Thanks for yours. Am awfully busy and have only time for a line. Yes. I was awfully surprised at -Now- 1 lands. He's one of the last men I thought would have done it! I wasn't surprised at his saying that alcohol was useful under medical supervision in some cases, or that the disease was aggravated in the case of moderate drinkers, but I didn't expect him to go so far as to say that if a proper supply were guaranteed by the Government there would be no sound reason against Prohibition. He's on the mark, too! ,- ' You're right] The liquor crowd's fake proclamation was over the edge; the men here say it has lost the "trade" thousands of votes. I see the Health Department has undertaken to provide an adequate supply of alcohol for medicinal purposes, and that will guarantee its purity. It's quite right that there should be no charge for medical certificates. I'm for voting for the child and the nation this time. Lots of our crowd are the same, and if we dared teH all that we know of the effects of liquor the "trade" would be absolutely snowed under. All well here. Good luck! Yours. 4 JACK.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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