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_ , , : BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. I Peninsula Dairy Farmers! A PROPOSITION WORTH WHILE:— I *?SL . ! AUTOMATIC I ' Cream Separator 1 Emancipates the 3 Ir nWs. Slaves of the Dairy J . 1 HL W It cuts out all the drudgery, i \\ Naves ALL ihe cream, and 1 , y Saves an hour cr more 1 ' TWICE A PAY. EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK KVKIU' AVWEK- IN' THE MONTH, ->ND§ ' ALMOST fcVIsRY MONTH IN THE YEAR ! | ' "UH'-II uill . Y«u e\n Ftnrt ►epavaHns as soon as the firrt fnw is | W JmbHl tHr rvi'ked, and finish milking and separating iogt ; ther! ■ | THIS IS WHAT IT DOES. i ■'■ The AUTOMATIC I /ftfffc_ Skinu a? close a3 anyjn tbe w-.uld at lh« m K_ a running cost of uo ier Id per is | W. niillr' available for other lighter jjbs when n't | /// spparating, can ba operated by any o , ci. - -| girl of average iritelligence, and is a ' jj| PROVITD SUCCUSS ALL OVER THE 1 ■ jJffITOIK wiilw/illilwk New Zeahrd included. Of this we have 1 PKICE, COMPLETE, § I llr '° 7 10s DELSVERED - I WM Now get one irj|?"OTJR Dairy : W THIS IS WHAT IT CUTS OUT I '"

BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO CHRISTCHURCH. - BBiNCBE---Auck!and, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hasting", Hawern, Timaru. n A'PTTTT T "V ROYAL MAIL MOTOR coaches \J ,\J ■:JXJIjXXjXj akaroa AND LITTLE RIVER SHOEING AND _, TT ,„ GENERAL- BLACKSMITH, piLK,INGTON'S Motor Coaches leave -£ Akaroa ddily at 8 a.m. to connect COAOHBUILDER WHEELWRIGHT with mid-day train at Little River. , AND COACH_PAINTEB Evfiry Ja^&y t „ 8 motorß v BOKgiep. Gigs, Traps, Dray etc., boilt an- Afe aroa at id o'clock, returning from Little repaired. River at 1.30 p.m ~ on and after TUESDAY Tyreicg done on the shortest notice; NOVEMBER 4. Rubber Tyres supplie if required Mail car will run as usual, leaving Akaroa -— 9 a.m., returning 11.10 a.m. from Little Secondhand traps bought, sold, or exohanß» d River. : FARE 70. InWOB I> 't2lWfc Children from 3 to 12 Years Half-price, J; ail 281t1, of P erß °nal luggnge is allowed free of B -. XO HII ■ ' charge, Over that amount Id per lb. will be charged. CHANGE OF BUSINESS.' Telegrams: Pilkington, Akaroa. Telephone ' . - No. 5. Akaroa. MESSRS HAYLOCK AND DAVIS B. G. MORA, having iaWn over Mr. F. Hill Bakery and Confeotionery Business and g ' - «- s - ■ „«;„„ w ; pnnwQ London Bufohery KOWHAI TEA ROOMS, & Bo lioit the patronage of the Public, and LAVAUD STREET, AKAROA. by Elrict Binntiin ie ltfirnf Irjf loffd the approval of all, L GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. CASH GIVEN FOR EGGS. Ring up No. 21 Telephone, Akaroa. LITTLER IVER CARRIAGEWORKS Nothing but the Cho'cest Meat obtainable AND SHOEING FORGE fromthe . ~_ * • ~*~T7 v -it i v a LONDON BUTCHERY, AKAROA. A LL clasße c Vebioles built to order and ' "•*• J±. .repaired from a bullock waggon to a Terms Cflsb Montbl pram. v J Bighelasa finish and durability, guaranteed . . . on all work. BUBBER TYRES FITTED TO MAPS OF HANKS PENINSULA, ORDER. ..' ,' ... . , . i .a ft/I APS of the Puninjulii showing tbe None but firstclßFS workmen employed, IVI ° uw,u ° • c -»»»-*- roads may be procured from the f~*] AKABOi Mail Offic, or. ihe Tourist Clriae X~X, \J\J A-J\J JJ/XJlj UJO »karoo. The rrice of the map is 6d.

A Car that is cheap in price only—quality is not cheapened i II Any maker could make a cheap ■I you get satisfaction at a small price. | The Quality specifications of a "Paige" are A better Car for a lot more conformed to first; the price is arrived at money. Yes! afterwards. A better Car for the same And we tell you distinctly that for its price the money. No! •■ " Paige" has no peer. ir «.^° mc . DEXTER & CROZIER ftltw a " CHRISTCHURCH & AUCKLAND Wt are also clients far tha Aristocratic, " Cadillac" and the" United States Tires "

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3450, 6 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3450, 6 November 1914

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