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BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. Windmill Wisdomj ' ■$'*"*$ ""*> CEt M'l's will pump wattr, but tbe mBBBI|J|X Self-Goveriiiirag j MHEIaK\ and, with our Syphon Pump and \VI. DMiLL HEGULATOii is an üb^uiutely Automati© Water S.erwSee iwr \ Isolated.Situations! THE BOOTH outfit "takes care of itsc-lf in storms, and will wnt*r your slock just as surely as the wind blows! No nend to worry aliout ' ILING more fh-'n nnmi«i'v wntching the tanks, or pulling ths mill out of scur. This is all done AUi'O vl ATfOALL\ ! do mestio uses also, the BOOTH WINDMILL is easily best, combining durability, quiet running, and graceful appearance, in addition to its being SELF OILING. Catalogue and advice gra'is. Send for both. Please mention tbi« paper BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO ..CHRISTCHURCH. BRA.NCHE ?—Auckland, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hastings, Hawora, Timaru. FIELD. ' fie' ROYDS GRAIN, SEED, AND PRODUCE MERCHATS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS 200 CASHEL STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. ABSENTS FOR-Celebrated "SimijTleac* 1, MilKing Machines Absolutely the brst Milking Machine on the market. Ask our users. Write or'ciill ior pariicnlars. More;"Siinplex" installed in Canterbury last ycur tban-any other make. 'Why ? Dalia Cream Separator - A -perfect machine, two weeks freo tria Satisfaction "or return. PBICE very moderate. ' Vetius Petrol. Engines— The acme of perfection See this engine, beiore Duying any other.' TelpphoneS 606 and G65 CAmTITI r XT BOYAL MAIL MOTOB OOAOBBS • 1 r\ Hal 6 V • \J XViXJJ-J-JI-J J AKAKOA AND LIT'JLE WVJKB ' AND r, GENERAL BLACKdMITB, , Motor Coaches leave J- Akaroa daily at S a.m. to connect COAOHBUILDER WHEELWRIGHT with mid-day train at Little River. AND OUACHPAINTEB , Every Tuesday tbQ motors -~„ leftve Buggies, Oigfl, Traps, Dray etc., bail* >nr Akaroa at 12 o'clock,, from Little repaired< River at .1.30 p.m., on and after TUESDAY Tyreing done on the shortest notice NOVEMBER 4, Rubber Tyres supplie if required Mail car will run a.3 usual, leaving Akaroa 1 , 9 a.m., returning 11.10 a,m, from Little i Sfoondhnnd trapp bought, sold, or exchi d River. • i LAYING OUT GARDENS. -..,, nm *?f 9 7 "' „.. . I m ODiluren from 3 to 12 Taara Half-price, j MR T. LACKNER, cf Bench Rond, 281b. of personal luggßge is allowed free of ! Akaroa. who has had expert expeii- charge. Over that amount Id per lb« will i enoe in laying out gardtnn and in all bo charged. j brancbec of flower and Vegetable gardening, Te i egrams . PHkington. Akaroa. Telephone! wishes to annonnce that he is prepared to No. 5, Akaroa j undertake work immediately. Hβ has a : : ■- ; knowledge of pruning rose trees, fruit trees, MAPS OF BANKS PENINSULA,! shrub?, etc., aud can attend to any plants for the coming season, either ilower or 'jl/I APS, of the Peninsula showing the , vegetable. -LVX roads may be procured from the Kindly address letters 0/0 Post Office Akaroa Mail Offic, or the Tourist Office j karoa- Akaroa. The rrice.of the map is 6d. ' > __ ___ __ _

THE LATEST I - Scientific I i FOR COUGHS, INFLUENZA, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, NASAL CATARRH 1 OR COLD IN THE HEAD, HAY FEVER, ASTHMA, SORE THROAT, 1 HOARSENESS, TOOTHACHE, NEURALGIA, &c. i SOOTHES RELIEVES CURES Si Allays that tickling, Irritating Grips recent Colds intmediCough ately i I s Qulckly clears the Nasal Pas- Singers and Public Speakers I sages In Catarrh or Cold In will experience great benefit z I the Head I from Its use I I "ACTS LIKE A CHARM" J : I g AC|4 SOTTLE CONTA | NS co FULL DOSES j ] I Is. 6d. ————-—-is. 6d. I NAIOL Ltd. loSSonTc. bot^

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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