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Home Separation. Cream Separators for tlie Coming Season "TITAM ALEXANDRA" MACHINE IN SIZES RANGING- FB©M 9 TO 135 GALLONS CAPACITY. Is ready and waiting for every Farmer requiring an absolutely First-cI&SS Separator EEMEMBER that the "TITAN" Muchine has proved itself. TWO Facts to keep in mind— Tbe "TITAN" is the best. ihe Prices are 20% 'o 30% lower than those charged for the best of the 6th: r makes of machines. THE SELF-BALANCING BOWL is a special fnr.ture of the "TITAN ALEXANDRA" ■ Machine—lf you have not a bEPAKATOII buy a "TITAN" If you have one of another make again bny a "TITAN" and throw the other out WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND VEICK LIST TO LOCAL AGENTS TO LOCAL AGENTS OR ACT , lPfc A © k~J © JL 1 jL JL JL-.' JL \. k_/ \S JL AND CO,, LIMITED, AUCKLAND* CHIFF AGENTS FOH NEW ZEALAND. STEWART DAW ON, & CO p L p FIDDLE That the BEST is the CHEAPEST in the long run is generally admitted, and when you can buy the BEST SILVER- ' PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS at the extremely low prices we charge, it seems folly to buy anything else. i El' !ali ' Are heavily plated with Sterling Silver on perfectly shaped bases of the best nickel silver. With sensible usage they will give splendid service and look well for many years. The Fiddle and Old English Designs shown above are the best patterns to buy—being plain, they harbour no dirt, and for that reason are far to.be preferred to the fancy patterns. You can order in any quantity from a single piece up at the prices quoted. Table Spoons (Fiddle or Old English) £1 15s. per dozen „ ' Forks „ „ ~v £1 15s. „ Dessert „ „ „ „ £1 ss. „ „ Spoons „ „ i, £1 ss. „ Tea „ „ „ „ £0 15s. „ OUR NEW CATALOGUE FREE ON REQUEST. HSGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. '*- * t ' ,J /i* ' * stdn<^s 01 ie iciest Old §J , 111 lidVUtile Proprietors: ,MiiriiLtKs'co«PWift'| The Distillers ;^g^| Largest Scotch Whisky Distillers in the World. I Capital employed, over £3,000,000. ife^y^^^-^;^ l EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. FLKTCHEH, RtIMPRR'YS AND Co< B^feK^^^^H CHBISTCHUKCH

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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