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...._«*_«. * "'Bdlfta," MAcDuNaLD & CO. "*- " Peninsula I Dairy Farmers! I A PjROPOS ITION WORTHWHIIiE:— j IP SHf ffl AUTOIiIITIC 1 ' g^A' Separator I Emancipates th© 1 tf \W ' Slaves of the Dairy! I a& )$M> i \ lt cuts out all the & mi & M y> 1 \ \\ Saves ALL the cream, and 1 \vi Saves an bour or more " I SfrffSii TWICE A DAY, EVERY DAY IN THE WEEKf %A| EVERY WEEK IN THE jMONIH, A^i *™Ht BVlffil MONTH IN THE * EAB J_J W iy|;jj Ml You can start separating as soon as the 6nt wjs I —»— —3ll 'WW milked, and finish milking and separating toyetner. | THIS IS WHAT IT~OOES. r I £f?± Skims as close a3 any in the world, at. the j .•■ PilS©E 7 COMPLETE, | THIS IS WHAT IT CUTS UUT! ■ 9 ■ - CHRISTC«URCH. ' BBANCHE?3—Auckland, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hastings Hawera, Timaru. uiiwiii iiiiiiiiiiiii iifTTiTffli7¥TTnTTr"TnrrTrTT wmmmws&smEsißßffiEstmii:®® eemi GRAIN, SEED, AND 200 CASHEL STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, AGENTS FOR-Celefarate«3 "£»arir»plex" MilKing Machines Absolutely,the Mi.king Machine on the market. Ask our user Write orjcall for particulars. More 'Simplex" installed in Canterbury iusß year than any other make. "Winy' Dalia Cream Separator— A perfect machine, two weeks free trif r rmiT', ' -6>': Satisfaction or return. PEICE very moderate. U Engines—The acme of perfection See'Jhis engine 7S^:t^M.'.before buying any other. Telephones 60G and 6b's • ® THE Low in first cost and Low in cost of up-keep but the quality is there! It wasn't enough for the IC PAIGE" people to make the best | car possible at a reasonable price; I • they aimed tfßß3(;tlier and they [ I achieved more than this. f With a small first cost, the \ J lias a small run- \ ning cost. \ "OK" MA 1 T^l ' lfi a|,l '^ ve(l at v e^luin " I Lo Model ating "■waste, power, by a perfect \ ■' , 25 liarmony oi; engineering design, |v ■ £335 v system of lubrication that | 'tt if tvs insures a, full and continuous sup- f : 36 Model ply of oil to every bearing surface. | ' (36 h.p.) I* , £OQC And they added to this the | imiiiimi 'famous Grey and Davis Electric I ■■ mm wwm mm Starting and Lighting System—a p ■ good bit better than the next best j^ !" system in operation. |; ' ' f" j Compared svitii any otlici. , rar ■'. : ■;■■'' on cost, on quality, on service, the \. 1 "PAIGE" is the car that just [■ can't be equalled. \, Plenty of Cars for Instant $ delivery i DEXTER & CROZjERLgp. J CHRISTCHURCH AND AUCKLAND I i fflspa&eko-A£entsf<iftfie Aristocratic "Cadillac" and the '" United Statu" Tires \ - ' ——— amm —«■■■■ ■lll»HIIHIM»iMllllllii. iiiiii mil I 111 il HI in ||| lIHIIII—iftrV

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3460, 11 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3460, 11 December 1914

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