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The New Zealandia I Milking Machine. I THE MACHINE THAT PRACTICALLY CUTS OUT HAND-STRIPPINC. I Exclusive Features. I —m: 'miZrr- ' TEAT CUPS—(See illustration), un- I p. like any other on the market. Can't I Mouthpiece— . mW\\ (?|HSsHH^v)>nßl CLAW PULSATOR—Perfect air ad- I k^sW oW\J' mission and reduced vacuum. Milks ■ limWir**^"—L *w0 teats and releases two at the I j. v 1 in^^ same time. Practically similar to ■ HUll (I TTTTiT Wr hand »'i|k'n S' Cows improved by ■ JrflllHy f ilHr ll II RELEASER—Of. simple type. Ahead -[I JPllli I of every other system. No cams, ■ Pulsator J§ 11 ' ' 1 springs, vyeigbts, pumps ; etc; . Its ■ ruisaior , mv I|| . I . very simplicity-proves its worth. ■ • connection •—>j f ' .11 ! -, ■ ■ I " I ■•■ high W— M/'/h/I I '■' I RESULTS— ■ . • ■ ■ :. !■ I ■ ■■«w/*//Jill 'I ■'■■ ' ■■ " I No strain^ on cow's,udder., Alter- I I Hi6m I I : ' ' !!'li nate pulsation to cow's teats. Milk I if%V//^rllliiSlllil ' '■ \\\ flow continuous. Air admission imi- ■ I /W/////////1 11 I : tates calf sucking. Cows prefer I imuj/m ll ' '• '- ' I ' "New Zealandia"' mechanical milk- I 'Wl/PW ':|fll ' '■ "' i if 'ns to ha"d m'lllSn *;' '"creases lac- I Highiy-poiished ' _^111 r;i I What Users Say. I /Aluminium ' • I fi j: j : l | ■ . ' I Barrel fflflil ;; \ \ I "Middle of second season with my I Nil I ! !■!. ' .'; j , 4-Cow New Zealandia—have not had a 1 Htl ■ ■"■ ' I single stoppage or a cow hurt. I milk I • ■UfA !'^ 'I ' 170 cows, and wash up in two hours."— I ■■II ' i] I ~P-C. "Twelv© sets working perfect- I Kill 1 ' 1 ' —"^aw pulsators far superior to any I _ v i ' ninll i ' • ! others; milking 200 cows."—H.McM. I i_h r • • Hllll ' ' I I "Fifty Jerseys milked right out with- I . TFAT/rMi'D « '• Jiil ' I ou^ an^ *rouWe< Splendid thing to 12 TEAT CUP. HSSiilI ' * I know one's cows will not be damaged ll 111 I i ' f in any_ way.'—W.G.C. "I milk 40 VII illII i cows single-handed and separate milk ■ fHB ||||1| j I in less than 2 hours. The machine Hj .■|jH| ' ' I .leaves the teats perfectly cool and H • Rilif 11 fi moist."—C.F.S. "Use your machine H mjMM I ■ I on my herd of over 100 cows,' and have H ,^ji| I . I perfect'results.'—C.B. "Beats hand H . milking, in fact my returns are bet- HI Nut holding — y ' <^ ' teii."—W.R.' "Cows took very readily H inflation to the machine, and would rather it II ftWRTBJI than hand milking."—J.C.M. "We - H I" " milk them all without leg-ropes."—H. H §and E.L.. "Gows seem to prefer it HI to hand milking."—A. and J.M. HI "Cows much prefer it to hand milk-, HI ing."—VV.H.P. "Used 2 seasons-on HI 70 Purebred Holsteins. Not one in- HI % jured in any way. Milk returns better Hfj than neighbours, who hand milk."— H CALL FOR A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE. M N.Z. FARMERS CO-OP, I MACHINERY DEPARTMENT. WEST STREET. I

iW.Sk "Apparel doth oft proclaim "vv, the man. , — «.« m •-. j»' , •■■■: Ti' --1 !|V *M S * tr^ism that a man is judged J.i jpkj y,T^&s' by his clothes. The following list -2assS2S.Jj L . /jL^.^^gA & e& i s entirely with articles of apparel '' ''Ij 11 ll /^J^SSSSI^ ; that are bright.''; You can depend ; ' ■r%. 'E^' ' ::: i^^^^^P^^. ■ ■ ' ■■ttPO^'.'Beath-'s^very:- : time. . : ).; H^^e-^^V t 'T - Men's Shirts,-'tunic, styles, stiff neckbands,. iTSff^BW^' / f , soft cufts; white and cream grounds, I Ilill Wv'l /iS^*/ with .smart coloured .stripes ;. perfect £ • 1 iMfJIn '♦ I i \. V '<-W/ fitting well-finished shiTts—" ' ' i'lll-l I vlv^V-c M 9/6 10/6 to 12/6 |t 111 I'd I «J|M'\V\^S / Men's Shirts, soft-bands and cuffs; Ceylon ™-l Is '■ ' yS/Z/^l^t^XA^Nl)'/^ Flannels; neat stripes. Splendid wearI Pr-' Jn Ji'£w\\lw\\\\Wr\^f- •"*. rtwS "'■■' ers .. .. .. 8/6 to 12/6 1 l' I|M/™i.ilnv Men's Sliirts, in Heavy Union Flannels, llf I Jrj»*iMmSl 1 \\\W th h winter .weights .; 10/6 to 17/6 I 1 -> ! v \\ Vm\f )• Silk Shirts, I'ai^ls and collars attache:!-^ if' M/^W^PJiV^OT ?y ' tf In TusKore and White Silk 19/6 to 25/- ---»> ■■: M-i^WSill6sMw/* '-, j\ Fuji Silk.. :.•.. .. 27/6 - ■ ■WffyfflSmii^iyM* lf v^-^^ Men's Soft Collars, plain whites; also 5S Mlvi'/fj^^w^smihl^RfJ * *^*3 /^w coloured; in black, blue, and Helio '' Jr&Wi'l j|»'■^^^l^sl'ljil^u^' f * ?<< -Jl "^ s'^sT» Men's Starched Collar?, plain blues and m f mUiWi ''^'^Mfkufl/ R °"^^ '2ficn's Felt Hats, new shapes and shades; M I IfiMl A mWM^ISh i v drabs, slates, browns and fawny; by W 8 f/Wm"n I 1 F/Mlwhi W^ leading Jimkera . . .. IC/6 to 27/6 Mi-llM&\*\-wfflllf>NM\ l v V WPf Stetson ntr Felts;, smart.dressy hats of n 1 ill f -II ■ffsn IK iflltliJ'h'llffiki * x^^^MMW a very high grade;' in greys, slates, ' H • 11' Ml * /MWll'm iWmfi , S I t^IWW and fawns; with, black bands ... 42/----"\i ''li'i'lm' 'liWm li.fipkMf' * \ J <■ A^-^S/ Stetson Velour Felts; another high-grade "1 11' I UiSslUafei Wf i irtpmMt'l f »$l •&& \'^wiJw a*' n lia *'araJ> pearl, fawn, slate and "I ' //;'•' IBwH/i /•! f/H/tl'/l ; P,?™&S Men's Soft Felt'Katsj" a cheaper quality— '\¥ -fl Itiffl ' li !Kf(MHH/ l^L>SSf Meu>S Twßcd Hats; 8-reys and fancy '■■== J iW'l»: II IBwW tweeds, with black band— : . i^=Wli^ i ! WvMWidy4*\f .Men's. Tweed ■ Caps;, black and'■ white: -—«^Sf5^SwJ IP f I' Kwja / v'lfff^S^T^V. checks; Doiiegals and fancy tweods—Xsfl£slffl/f/l %jlf%^iW^^ ' np-to-date Suiting, h^Tweef^ .^TorSeiK WSXsf//l wJsk WM >¥M» Cheviots, English, Scotch ?nd Colonial «Sftf/^y^^i We Pay Poß^6 and give a discount ffl^/^ra^i^^feififcs^^^^c °^one sll^lin^in every for .•caa^-«. S^^ Beath &,Co. wfii^k Christchurch

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9583, 10 April 1919

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