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BOOTH, MACDONALD <fc CO. . I Peninsula Dairy Farmers! A PROPOSITION WORTti WHILE:— i AUTOMATIG Cream Separator Emancipates the . By Slayes of the Dairy I jfc me, | ft I' cv ' s nu * a " tne drudgery, Jliisrvv ' \\ Saves ALL tha oream, and fwfHl \ Saves an hour or more V(i^n¥ twice a hay, every day in the week. EVERY WEEK IN THE MONTH, AND ALMOBT EVKRY MONTH IN THE YEAR! 9 JeSs* TSril 3ffl |1 You can start feparating ac soon as the first row is R Smr HI '' milked, and finibh milking and separating together! THIS IS WHAT linbOESThe AUTOMATIC Skims as close as any in tbe world, at the Ii VmOL PROVED SUCCFSS ALL OVKK THE ' PRICE, COMPLETE, *THIS IS WHAT IT CUTS OUT! BOOTH, MACDONALD & 00 CHR.ISTCHVRCH. .BRANCHES'—Auckland, Hamilton, Gisb-irne, Hastings, Hawera, Timaru. HBBIWWBHHMBMBBHH^WWBWWHMBIIIIIHIBWIIIIWI^^ FIELD &l ROYDS GRAIN, SEED, AND PRODUC'fI MERCHATS, ;STOCK AND STATION AGENTS 200 CASH£L STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, —- © 4QBNTS FOB-Celelwated "Simplex" MilKing Machines Absolutoly ftibe h<st Milking Machine on the market. Ask our uset Write or call for particulars. More 'Simplex" instilled in Canterbury last year than any other make. 'Wliy ' Dalia Cream Separator- A perfect machine, two weeks free trie m Satiefsiction b r return. PRICE very moderate. Venus Petrol En gines— The acme of perfection See'this engine btfote buying any otha r. Telephones 606 and 665 \ The Control is so simple that a Lady can drive it In a crowded tliorought'avc, v sharp dowu--hill turn, at a five-ways crossing—these arc . the times when the stoutest nerve requires a car that is under perfect control. So simple, and yet so reliably thorough, is the control of a ; that a lady can guide it through the densest : traffic and round the sharpest turn. The. aim of the "PAIGE" people is, first, to make a strong, shapely, speedy car; then secondly, to see at how reasonable a cost this car could be sold. By the absence of bond- ""™""™* holders to earn "over- P"™ , "™ , ""™ head" dividends for; by "3GI" Model ™£ a ™T™t " 25 " Model (36 h.p.) ing unit in its manufacture, ■ (25 h.p.) the cost of a "PAIGE" £OOC in less, without, any CarXt/OeJF quality being lessened. JtJOtJ Tlwt's why you, can buy 1 a "PAIGE" j , , ,- DEXTER & CROZIER LIMITED Christchurch and Auckland We oce also Agents for the Aristocratic "Cadillac" andjhe " United States" Tiret ._ . g

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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