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BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. .■■ -' ■' '■ ■ ■_ _; ' ; A Practical Power Proposition! Associated Engines Provide Practical power at Popular P/ices for Progressive • Peninsula Pastoralists. T--EY ARE "iDEAL,-MOTORS 1 FOE OPERATING. Shearing Machines Grinding Machines Chaff-cutters Winnowing Machines Power Pumps Saw Benches, etc, etc. sold complete, ready to run with MAttNBTO HNITION, at the following prioes ;- ÜBH.P complete, on base, stationary, hopper cooled '<£1& \°> oi ~ <> ' n 9b&£ 1W f " ;;. ~ .' .• . **° " ■ Bigger sizes at proportionately low prices, or _ 6 . Portab'o, as illustrated, ready to run fKvi O „ ii " " . ■ - and, don't forget, the Goods are right, having the best features of modern engineering - ' phosphor bronze, machine cut gears, prop-forged crank haft, eto , eto. . . We have no hesitation in supplying these engine, for above purposes, as they have "made good" under severe tetta everywhere, . Send for' Catalogue or further particulars . Please mention this paper. BOOTH, MACDOMALD & CO., CHRISTCHURCH, Hamilton, Gjsborne, Hastings, Hawera, Timaru. FIELD & ROYDS GRAIN, SEED, AND PRODUCE MERCHATB, „„„_„ Utt ' ' STOCK AND STATION AGENTS 200 CASHEL STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. AGENTS FOR-Celebrated "Sisnplex" MilKing Machines Absolutely the best Miming Machine on the market. Ask our users, Write or-cal! for particulars. More "Simplex"*installed in Canterbury last year tban any other malic. Why ? Dalia Cream Separator -A perfect machine, two weeks free tri:-; Satisfaction"or return. PRICE very moderate. Venus Petrol Engines— The acme of perfection See this engine, beiore buying any other. Telephones 606 and 6(55 ' ~ LAYING OUT GARDENS. \J» V-J jL\XjJIJ-JJIJ .1 v> i;„ t. LACKNER, of Beach Road, SBOEING AND * Akaroa, who has had expert e.perr GENE HAL BLACK3MITB, c-" m laying out gardena and in all branches of flower and vegetable gardening, COACHBTJILDER WHEELWRIGHT wishes to announce that he is prepared to AND COACH PAINTER undertake work immediately. He has a « . r,- w tw„ „.„ t,„m ~.„ knowledge- of pruning rose trees, fruit trees, Buggies, Gigs, Traps, Dray etc., built an', *> *" ° ' • DD . , thrubs, etc., and can attend to any plant? Tyrerag done'oTthe shortest notice for tho coming season, either flower or Rubber Tyres snpplie if required vegetable. Kindly address letters e/o Poet Office Senondhand traps boupbt, sod. or exahanpi-d Akaroa. THE Low in first cost and Low in cost of up-keep but the quality is there! | It wasn't enough for • the ■ "PAIGE" people to make the best | ear possible at a reasonable price; B they aimed further and they H < . . achieved more than this. H With a small first cost, the | "PAIGE" car has a small run- | ning cost. I uoe>i Mj l -1 s arrived at,, by elimin- 1 Zi> Model ating "waste" power, by a perfect. I ' V') * harmony of engineering design, a j335 °y a system of lubrication that i .. ". mi i insures a full and continuous sup- || 4© Model ply of oil to every bearing surface. <| ;(36 h.p.) i £385 And they added to this the ■ I famous Grey and Davis Electric • 1 Starting and Lighting System—a 1 good bit better 1 than the next best 1 system in operation. i Compared with any other car 1 on cost, on quality, on .service, the | "PAIGE" is the car that just | can't be equalled. I Wenty of Cars for instant I delivery 1 DEXTER & CROZIER Ltd. I CaRKTCHURCH AND AUCKLAND 1 Wrmnwli il dfrnf tfi rrff*-*-'t*-— -**" **Cotf»floc" end the M United States" Tires X

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 6 October 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 6 October 1914

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