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BUSINESS NOTICES, WatcK Repairs It you* Watch is not giving y=)U satisfactioh ppnd it to Jones and Sons. We have a large stall of esperi°noed Watohmakerb, and undertake to repair Watches the same day as left. Jewellery Repairs , Old Jewellery repaired and remodelled into latest designs at moderate price?. Bingß rermade fiom 4/6. Brooch Pins 3d. Hat Pins Gd. Watch Keys at Cd. At Jones and Sons. Spectacles Eyew tested free of charge. We do a big business in Spectacles. Steel frames 3/(5 White Metal os. Gold cord from 7/8 The Greenwich Watch The Grrenwich Watch is a Btmna reliable Tipver; Every vVatch tested and puaranUfid. .Splendid timekeepers, lasts 10 years 25/ - Best Watch in New Zealand for 25/JONES & SONS, THE MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS 278, HIGH TREET, CHRISTCHURGH. p " 37 , st&p. >~~ " ~™j AILWAY REFRESHMENT > ?<s'* rooms. WF!fffifflUE£mst k t Afternoon Tea always procurable* RIGHT ON RAILWAY PLATFORM. Superior Bard and Residence for Tourists, Commercials, and Travelling Public generally. Eery Convenience and Courtesy, Hot Meals and Light Refreshments on arrival of the Coaches, Motors, and Trains. Akaroa Coaches and Cars stop at door, TERMS MODERATE. A Bakery is attached to this fine house. First ol ass brend, sotnes, cakes, etc, ires daily. General Stores is also attaohed, where Tobacco, Cigara, Pipes, eta. are stooked. Birthday and Wedding Cakes a speciality. Catering done for Socials, BH.ls, Picnic Parties, Athletic vTeiSmsT'etoy; Dinners;' Afternoon Teas, Sappers, etc, to order. MRS M. WRIGHT - - Proprietress. Your patronage solicited. Motor Spirits and Supplies at all hours. MR R. WRIGHT has recently purchased the Stables opposite Baineadale Hou3e from ErE. Cusdin. Peninsula p-itrons can be sure of the greatest possible attention for their horses and vehioles. Sad He horses always on hire. Gigs and Traps oaa always be hirod for any term* A. J. TURNER. OPENING SPRING GOODS A. J. TURNER, Draper and Importer Lawaiisi Sts*eet f ftfcaroa IT HAS BEEEI PHtSWEO ON HUNDREDS OF FARMS IN NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA. rnHAT Farmers using the Ridd Milking Machines and Watt= Oil Engines ara obtaining X the best results. A well known Canterbury farmer writes, us "that he has been j dairy farming for this last seventeen years.but th t he never had the patisfaction or results ■ with hand milking that he has experienced these last four years witu the famous Kiddf Machines. Any milking or sacking machine will take the milk from a cow if a high vKcuum is applied, provided always that the cow will let down the milk. But lhe point is-when the bulk of the milk is taken is taken away, and the cow is eased off, and she finds that the machine is not natural, too , much vacuum or suction, she wi 1 hold the laet (probably quart or more—'he cream) back, and very often hold it until she has been stripped and let out of the shed. "These cows consequently do not maintain their milk so long through the season as they should, and in many cases do not return the funn-r w.inin two ur three pounds to what the cows milked with the Hidd Machines do. i h« Kidd is not a Pans fashion machine.altering its ideas and patterns, and coming out with a brand new idea year after year a Then find out after the farmer has bought and used that it is not quite right, und have to tiy something else, make difierent teat cups and pulsator, that it is sure to be right with this new idea fbted on The point, therefore, is that the farmer is paying heavily to keep his machine up to date with all these improvements, and with all these experimenting tbe ccw* neve , - g ye the return they seould, * . The Ridd teat cup and pulsator is perfeot this year and every year. It is not like a Paris dress creation that requires changing every noaeon. The Kidii is the most natural milking machine yet invented; Cows milked with the Ridd will keep up their supply of milk quite as long as hand milked cows. The Ridd will milk your cows all the year round with eleven inches of vacuum, and you will not have trouble with milk cups falling ott. RIDD MILKING MACHINE CO., Ltd.-Offices and Agents throughout New Zealand and Australia. << Head Oftce—New Plymouth/ Canterbury Office—TatUrsall's, Christchurch "Akaroa Mail," Pnsiiers aod . . EPufoiisfi@i*s » ADVERTISEMENT < "Wanteds" Is cash for 14 words only Casual advertisements 3b per nek Standing Advertisements &B per arrangement Job PH^fiiig We have sradaally accumulated a fine Jobbing Plant of the latest machinery, and Tβ nZ •ready to deal promptly and accurately w.th Jobbing Work of a descripUons put into our hands. We can execute Printing reqmred by all BußineßaFirm9 "" Billheads Memorandum Forms, Invoices, Price Lists, Printed Envelopes, Reoeipts, Our Telephone number is 13.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 440, 18 September 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 440, 18 September 1914

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