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BOOTH. MACDONALD & CO. Peninsula A PROPOSITION WORTH WHILE:— j ■ I i^^^^S s Cream Separa : @pJvjßWwO) Ejnancipates the ■ fW AW Slaves of the Oalry I falSSv H \\ ' Snvea ALL the cream, and Saves an hour or moro V(%n - twice a day. eveuy day in the week EVKBy WREK IN 'THB MONTH, AMALMOST UVKEY MONTH IN *J." IJ Ji YEAR! f' -%\\l llf milked, and liniaQ milking and iCLJurat.nt! tr-gsther! THIS IS WHAT IT DOES. Skims a? close ,13 any in tbe world, at tho lilflyill rate of ihe rate of 70 gtill.jn? p-r hour, nt n^^^mJ^V/1 1 '- Wi separatinf. , , can l>" operufcfid hi-liny hoy or j PROVITD fUCCRSS ALL OVEK THE ] Wl|M||ik Ne?,r Zealc " d inolluled - Of thi ' we have PRICE, COMPLETE, THIS IS WHAT IT GUTS GUT I J CHRISTCHURCH. BKANCHE : - -Auckland, Unmiltou. Gieooine, Hd«liiiß-, Hf.\wi ~ Tiain'ii

THE "NOBBY TREAD" ENSURES YOU DOUBLE THE WEAR RESISTANCE—AND IS NON-SKID AS WELL! The big, thick, tough rubber "Nobs" that prevent skidding, are made on a big, thick, extra strong additional strip. Then this heavy strip is welded by hand and vulcanised on to an extra heavy, extra strong tire. You have got to wear out the big, thick, tough "Nobs" of rubber before you even start to wear out the extra strong tire underneath. Then comes the great big difference in the QUANTITY and the QUALITY of the rubber and of the fabric that is used in "Nobby Treads." ® An unusually large amount of rubber and fabric is used in "Nobby, Treads, ,, and only the very toughest and best rubber, and only the strongest, especially selected fabric. Then don't forget this fact, rubber quality can differ and fabric quality can differ just as much as the quality of leather can differ. ' » For four years past the splendid mileage records of "A| IT g mm a" nun ' enable them to be sold under the Maker's warranty of perfect workmanship and material; BUT any adjustments are on the basis of 5,000 MILES Distributing Agents: j CHRISTCHURCH AND AUCKLAND I MAGNUS SANDERSON , WELLINGTON «) ** PMillipiUHlllH »nmMncs«»»iraß^^

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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