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BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. Windmill Wisdom! tMost Mills will pump water, but tha BOOTH Self-Oiling, Self-Governing and, with onr Syphon Pump and WINDMILL REGULATOR is an absolutely Autom* i© -Wafer Service fer Isolated Situations! BOOTU outfit tt-kes care of itse'f in storms, and will water your stook just as surely as tlie wml blowi! No numi tt.- worry about OILING mors than annually watohing the tanks, or pullin« ihj nvil out of a-> .-. Tbis is all done AUTOMATICALLY I For dome3tio use 3 also, ths BOOTH WINDMILL is easily best, combining durability, quiet lUDuing, pud grao ful appear; uup, in addition to its being SELF-OILING, Catalogue and adv'ce g afis. .Send for both, Please mention this paper. BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO CHRi STCttURCII. BRANCHES <--Auokland, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hasting', Hawera, Timaru. FIiZL-D &> ROYDS GRAIN, SEED, AND PRODUCE MERCHATS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS 200 CASHEL STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. AGENTS FOR- Celebrated "Simplex" MilKing Machines Absolutely the best Milking Machine on the market. Ask Write or'call for particulars. More "Simplex"Jnetalled in Canterbury last year than any other make. Wliy ? Dalia Cream (Separator -A perfeot machine, two weeks free tria return. PRICE very moderate. Venus Petrol Engines— Tho acme of perfection See tbis angine. before buying any other. Telephones 606 and G65 /"1 rVDTjITI T V ROYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHES \j* \J XA;XLii-LjXj I AKAROA AND LITTLE RIVER SHOEING AND n i GENERAL BLACKSMITH, piLKINGTON'S Motor Coaohes leave -*- Akaroa daily at 9 a.m. to connect COACHBUILDEB WHEELWRIGHT, with mid-day train at Little River. AND COACH PAINTER. Eyery Tuesday the motors will leave Bnpe.es, Giga, oic, built «, Akaroa at 12 °' olock ' returnin ß from Little repaired. H ver at 1,3 ° p,m -' on and aUer aiJE SDAY Tyreing done on the shortest notice; NOVEMBER 4.Rubber Tyres eupplie if required. Mail oar wiU run as U3ua1 ' le »' in g Akaroa . 9 a.m., returning 11.10 am, from LittlfrScocndband traps boupht, sold, or pxubnnjj. d River. _ _ : FAKB 78L VYING OUT_ GARDENS. children from 3to „ Yeara Half .. pri . ee . MB. T. LACKNER, of Bwch Road, 281b. of personal luggage is allowed free of ■ Akaroa. who ha? had expert expert- char Be> Over that amount Id per lb. wiU enca in laying out gardens and in all be cnar g ed ' branches of flower and vegetable gardening, Telegramß: Pilkington. Akaroa. Telephone wishes to annonnce thnt he is prepared to No. 5. Akaroa. I undertake work immediately. He has a knowledge of iraning rose trees, fruit trees, MAPS OF BANKS PENINSULA, shrubs, etc., and can attend to any plants for the coming season, either flower or ]VJ A PS of the Peninsula showing the i Yfigetable. -"-*- roads may be procured from the Kindly addres3 letters c/o Post Office Akaboa Mail' Oftic , or the Tourist Offioe Akaroa. I akaroa. Tho i rice of the map is 6d.

■■■■■-——-«^—-^>——.l^-— .-.■.■.llJlll^—i—.w—^^^^.w*^—^^--The Control is so simple that a Lady can drive it In a crowded thoroughfare, a sharp downhill turn, at a five-ways crossing—these ' are the times when the stoutest nerve requires a car that is under perfect control. So simple, and yet so reliably thorough, is , .the control of a I that a lady can guide it through the densest I traffic and round the sharpest turn. | The aim of the "PAIGE" people is, first, j to make a strong, shapely, speedy car; then f secondly, to see at how reasonable a cost this : car could be sold. ! | -' By'the absence of loudly holders to earn "over- j" ■■■ ■■■—■ - [ head" dividends for; hy \ 36" Model having ever V responsible ttoett jtyf_J O Jj member of the staff a.work- LD IfiOOei (36 h.p.) ing unit in its manufacture, (23 h.p.) the cost of a "PAIGE" TvK to. less, without any Car- ?33C AiOUU quality being lessened. Lddd That's why you can &«// / \' v "PAIGE" .■««■_—_« DEXTER & CROZIER LIMITED Christchurch and Auckland j We are also Agents for the Jtrislocratie "Cadillac" and the "United States" Tires

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3444, 9 October 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3444, 9 October 1914

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