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BUSINESS NOTICES. We are making a ppecial display of ENGAGEMENT RINGS durh" November. Visitors to Gbrisfcbu'C'o daring Sbo.v Wa j k ar» i ivi-.«'.' f .o inpfct our Special Display of 500 Ring?. Engagement Rings. Dress Ring lieeper Rings. Wedding Rin& Most of these Ring* were made in o»r work ioon' ; tfj*-y " ,H ; M"oi p, ncrrt fur the best value in Ohriptohu'ch Hirg fni-.i.- «.o -ize of finger, and illustrations, poa'ffl any add es* f.et*. pectacles. Wf are doing a big business in Spec'aclep, Eyfs exuminrtl not] iesUil fi pe. WATCHES. Yon can pp« riioro wnlcbea in our window tban cbnrob THE GREENWICH WATCH is a strong; felled to one ainute a week, lasts iO years, only 25 Always Satisfaction at JONES 8c SONS THE MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS 278, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH.

(■^• ; Xi\ "D AILWAY REFRESHMENT te^ikSM^>^^i-ii^' }. M JE* ROOMS. ■. . X "BAINESDALE" HOUSE, LITTLE RiVEB. -p .Morning and RIGHT ON RAILWAY PLATFORM. Superior Board and R«- -idr-noe for Tourists, Commercials, and Travelling Public generally. Eery Convenience and Courtesy. Hot Meals and Light Refreshments'on arrival of the Coaches, Motivs. and Trains. Akaroa Coaches and Cars stop at door. TERMS MODERATE. A Boicry is attache' 5 '»o this fine house. First class brend, scenes, cakee, etc, daily. CW.pral St-o'esi* alro aitaohed, where Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, etc, are stocked. Birthday-in.? Wpddini? Cakps a speciality. Catering done for Socials, Balls, Picnic ties, Athletic loams, etc Dinners, Afternoon Teas, Suppers, etc, to order. MRS M. WRIGHT - - Proprietress. Your patronage solicited. Motor Sp'ritj and Supplies at all hours. MR R. WRIGHT has recontly purchased the Stable TUinesd«lp En\v=p from Er E. Cu3din. Peninsula patrons can be sure of the g-. ■ i.vi. y-u •= ■■> t --■.• t-j. t. JU » horses and vehicles. Saddle always on hire. and Traps oau always be hired for any term*

A. J. TURNER, _£_L« ftJ c JL U ill 1 JLli^ "Draper and Importer Lava&id fikar©.* Has just opened up Christmas Cards, Toys and Fancy Goods A choice lot of Ladi>s and Children's Hats. Latest in Ladies' Collars, Ties, Bows, Bio. ses, kirts. etc WhicH Machine? IT IS HARD TO DECIDE, ISN'T IT? MHO ycu who are try'rg to dro'de whl b Milkinc M-tunne to huv, we want to of! r a f- w X Fiit-Restions Most likely ynu hive lorn?, d nt, many different m«kf nf machine have found that in most re=pects th*v «r» t»ry ran"'' «l k> -""" '" V ."'.1,1 I'nm •> V tan*. Pulsator or Fulsatnrs, Piping nnd Stall Tap> thn-ui-h *>. d Buck i-.u <-• --. a r ...1 Cups You have in most salerooms, or from sa'esmen' 'the fame 'ilk- nh-.m ,s-ryi_ . v'>»"'" tee, taking care of users, etc, etc l!nt to ph-we w s iy. v v ••■■■*' "k! »" <• "• mv .Ik notion of the Pulsator. and the notion . t the 'i ext t up-. 1 < 1 fl-i . '• ''••• ;-"* ' "' the m-fhod adopted of 'skins the milk from <h» o- - the n.»:■ m:.i i. .A m m-si n ai-ni today-Is it the best fur the work it h«* t. do ? Hnw.-ver, a M. k.r-» Machine is ti.. = ibc «i.-. other machine a« it ha-» to operate on a lie animal, nnd in the opiums (Upends- .H"-u cea-- or failure . f the rlairv farmer For if th" fiction ot. ill- .-nw is r.-t m.t.nr ft l uu> c. •■• will dry themselves <it much earlier in the jear thf.ll tn*y -»•* >«'><■ » accordin»lv. fo that, ai.hough a machine may be made* nf ihe v-ty '••;'■ mn-p-i*.. nuv plated and* finished, when the nfti.-n 's not natural. th« pTwipl" «'■.) ilp"i;ii ivont', ." farmer, althoiißb petting some. milk, will n<-ver (In ih- 0 w jn-t-pe - r on .11. trip h< st r-ynr Because a mn.hine wi'l extract milk from the cow Is not 1..-ay it 1= a m>lk.» r •■men m In mos cases the milk ia drawn away with a hiizh Piiption • v.icuum Formers who h . .tudied the action of a calf's puma and to. -ne on the tr-at w.ll find hit n,e acu.-n of t human hand and the mouth of the calf is the same, closing tm-.i the t-p of ibe tea . R r*dnallv fo lowtnt? the milk down until the teat is emptied. I !> • - Uk- . flt.tr>. inand yet if you have studied tbe principle nnd action of all tbe m^- „,, on . n « market will easily know that there is only "one" that, r-smhles or mutates '1,.. h.....an h . v action of the calf lo perfection. ' The name of this machine, a? is only tn he . x>>e.ei P ,| become famous among dairy farmer? wherever it ha« been _^ad»c id and - '" » ■='« ,fl fact that Farmers using thU-THE BUBPEtt HAND R.DO MACHINE ..re ■;«...•, RIDD MILKING MACHINE CO., Ltd. Offices and Agents throughout New Zealandand Australia. Head Ollice-New l'lymouih- Can'erhu-v Office-SP.3 H•refnrd «lr;et. Cl.-i-tch mr Tehphon_ No oS4u "Akaroa Mail/ Printers and . Publishers • ADVKUTISEMBNTa "Want) ds" )c cafh for 14 words only Casual advfilisen i nt- H pc» eh Standing Advertisem nt;- as per arrangement

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3459, 8 December 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3459, 8 December 1914

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