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BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. Peninsula Dairy Farmers! A PROPOSITION WOPvTH WHILE:— "SSream B@§Bara :®r ri~a»JCT Emancipates the Slaves of 4 tt© Dairy 2 >eJrfjj. J jQfL \\ %• > It cuts out all the drudgery, .. ft '\ % Snvea ALL ■ he oream, and / Hμ w^-.w . Saves an hour or more TWICB A PAY, EVBBY OaY T.s THR WBKK \ySyRJLy« Jraft\ EVEEY WEEK IN TUB AlON'iH. ALMOST EVIBEY MONTH IN THE YEAR! tnT TQggSr " • yHlli Y°u can Btfirt teparating as soon-as the fir.-to i«- is Bγ milked, and finish milking and separafng together! rHiS IS WHAT IT DOES. a running coist of v nl»»r id pr hour is Wx 'available for.otht-r j ihs wh-n n'>t aJM .A separating, eau he ov any or 2' r ' average unci ts v PBOVEJ) fUOCRSS-ALLOVifiK TUB wlwiiiwk New Zealand ineludad. Of wo have * PRICE, ©©aSPLETE, I; If '^^S 1 37 lOs DELBVERES, - M' M|li ; Now get 'one infl'fOUEt Dairy : THIS IS WHAT IT CUTS OUT!

BOOTH. MACOOmO & CO CHRISTCHURCe. BRANCHES —Auckland, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hastings, Hawera, Timaru. r\'X>l?TT T "V HOYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHES \j A ) jxl2jll.jlj 1 AKAEOA AN £-- ITTLB EIVER SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, pILKINGTON'S Motor Ooaobos leave •«- Akaroa daily at 9 a.m. to connect COACHBUTLDEB WHEELWRIGHT with mid . da 7 train at Little River _ , AND COACH_PAINTER Eyery Boßgies, Gigs, Traps, Dray eto , hnlU r Akaroa at 12 o'clock, returning from Little repaired. River at 1.30 p.m., on and after lUESDAY Tyreing done on the ehorte3t 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 ! Seoondhand traps bought, sold, or exohnnged Rf ver> .— -_ _ : EAEE 7a _ IlliPOi ! ' Children from 3to 12 Half-price. 281b. oE personal lugonge is allowed free of fill ■ charge. Over that amount Id per lb« will bo charged. CHANGE OF BUSINESS. Telegrams: Pilkincton. Akaroa. Telephone No. 5. Akaroa. •n MESSRS HAYLOCK AND DAYIS ' G MQRA X»X -having <aken over Mr. F. Hill » . Bakery and Confectionery an?! n a «» _ . eolloit the patronage of the Public, and LAVAUD STREET. AKAI-50 , , 1, by BDin itt'> tiir lo ivFlrrff Irjf Ictcin , : — the approval of all. L GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. CiSH GIVEN FOR EGGS. . Bing an No. ?1 Telepb-.-n-, ;.karae. LITTLE*? IVER CARRIAGEWOf KS Nothng bnt the Chyecst M.at obtainable AND SHOEING FORGE . '"" ">e * LLeIMBo c bu'lt to order and LONDON BUTCBEIIY, AKAKO4. JL repaired from a bullock waggon to a | Terms Oa3h Monthly ■ Bigbolaes finish and durability guaranteed | _ on all work. | RUBBER TYRES FITTED TO ! MAPS OF HANKS PKNISSI'L\, ORDER. but .firetolßßS workmen employed. IVf APS of the r ° ninsul " t'-p ' i-T-L roads may be procured from thi C\ \l\ "RTm !kab ' la Mail Offic • or lhe Tourist Offief \Xe \J\JXJ\J iVX JL> vJ O Akttroa. The , rice of Uir rap ip 01.

A Car that is cheap in price only—quality is not cheapened ' H IE Any maker could make a cheap t> f*riof* t\ \ r\Y ' \t\f* thine woi s tll JirS^Jin^ i tne difference between satisfacII II 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 I " Paige " has no peer. ZZlZli"-- ■ DEXTER & CROZIER itaEw" tM '" m °T CHRISTCHURCH TE We arc also d gents fur the Aristocratic" Cadillac" and the" United Stales Tires"

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914

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