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N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION. N.Z. FARMERS' CO OP. Association of Canterbury, Ltd. AUCTIONEERS, WOOL BROKEHS, FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS. ! CHRISTCHimGH. 'Sales of all classes of Fat and Store Stock negotiated either byPublic Auction or Private Treaty. tEPBESENTED AT ALL DUVAUOHELLE AND LITTLE RIVER SALES Cliarinj Sales undertaken in aDy district. Weekly Sales at our Stores, Chrietcharch, of Sheepskins, Hides, V/jol, Fat, Hoisebair, etc. Monthly Sales of.Woo), Crutchings, eto ADDINGTON MARKET The leftding'Eißrkefc in New Zealand Highest jrice= guarcntecd fer all classes of Fat SSook Consign your ; Stock TO IHE NEW ZEALAND FARMEKS , CO-OP. Association of Canterbury, Ltd.

j For ENGINES OF QUALITY 1 There is absolutely nothing to equal the famos CHAMPION "KELVIN" ■ LAUNCH ENGINE .' which lor simplicity of design, firgtelass workmanship, high quality of material, : , sound construction, reliability, efficiency, and ailround value, are quite uneuc ( passed by any other Engine at present on the market. Built in following sizes:— \ AH Four Cyole principle — Medium Duty Type (850 revs per minute) t 7—9 hp two cylinders, and 14 16 hp four cylinders ] Heavy Duty Type (410 to 550 revs per minute) } B—lohp Single Cylinder 15—20 hp two cylinders, ) 30 -40bp four cylinders 60hp fonr cylinders V Complete with tull launch equipment at prices which defy competition, I Uses either Petrol, Benzine, or Kerosene. [Fu'.l particulars will be forwarded on [ application. ( We are also Sole Agents for the World famous . "CROSSLEY" Gas. Oil, and Benzine Engines I for stationary purposes—and Suction Gas Flants, etc; 'DIESEL* Crude Oil Engines, Steam Engines and Bhls.m, Milking Plants, Separators, Stock Foods, Lathe 3, Belting. » "STQPSKAL" Boiler Compound, "KYL FYRE" Fire Extingnishere, price 153 delivered free N Motor Vans, Care, Traction and Portable steam Engives, etc \ Inquiries, for all classes of Machinery, either new or secondhand MANNING, BENSON AND GO. 188 OASHEL STBEET, CHRISTOHUKCH. Telegrams—" Square, Christchurch" P. 0.3)S -J. < Bibby's Cream Equivalent FORfFEEDING CALVES. To rear Good Cattle two things are needful J— 1, A GOOD CALF. 2. GOOD FEEDING. THE BEST FEEDING IS BiBBV'S CREAM EQUIVALENT GIVE IT A TRIAL. PRICE 28s PER CWT. Supplies landing in August, September and October. NEW ZEALAND AGENTS: WEIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO. Bub-Agents: MESBB& W. "WILKINS &■ SONSj LTD.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4358, 19 December 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4358, 19 December 1913

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