BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. Peninsula Dairy farmers! A PROPOSITION WORTH WHILE:— J. .THE.. AUTOMATIC II Cream Separator 3} Emancipates the |V Slaves of tKe Dairy! ijLJjfe I fk l 4 outß out a " tne drudgery, *jjß\ $f§jjsVvH \\ Saves ALL the cream, and EvfiJsA / b ip? , v" Saves an hour or more TWICE A DAY, EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. J# , EVKBY WEEK 'IN THE MONTH, AND ■ ALMOST. EVKKY MONTH IN THE YEAR! fty igjlXsP \M-\\ ijjkia You can start separating as soon as the fmtrmw is ' '—'Mlif wlf milked ' and finiah milWng and separating together! HIS IS WHAT IT DOES. . The AUTOMATIC Skims as close as any in tbe world, at the „ y_ 6 'f9i] ate of the rate of 70 gallons per hour, at ! Wfl"\ JteW» a running cost of under Id per hour is / W available (or other lighter jobs when not / jfPwk separating, can be operated by.any boj or JFy^AWtOifc PROVED SUCCESS ALL OVJSB the New Zealand included. Ui this we have Iff , n PRICE, COMPLETE, If Hγ £37 lOs DELBVEREDa "THIS IS WHAT IT CUTS OtiT! BOOTH,, MACOONMD & CO > : ■$[.* ....• v .c.h , fA.ii, , tchi)rch. ; BBANCHE'—Auokland,, Hamill on. Gisborne, Hastings Hawera, Timaru. ■■ ■ i FIELD & ROVDS GRAIN, SEED, AND PRO -DUC'i; MERCHATS,, STOCK AND AGENTS 800 CASHEL : ST.REET, CHRISTCHURCH, AGENTS FOR-Celebrated "Simplex" MslHing Machines Absolutely ,the h'-si Mliking Machine on the market. Aek our users Write or call for parliculare. More 'Simplex" installed ia Canterbury last year than any other make. 'Why ? Oalia Cream < S^sjp&r&tOT —A perfect machine, two weeks free trial Satisfaeti' im ■os return. PRICE very moderate. Venus Petrol S&ra.j»ines— The acme of perfection See this engine before buying any ©tibar. Telephones 606 and 665
The Control is so simple that a Lady can drive it ; In a crowded tlioroughfare, a sharp clown- ; ■'•.■; Mil turn, at a five-ways crossing—these are the times when the stoutest nerve requires a car that is under perfect control. ; So simple, and yet so reliably thorough, is i ■ 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 i secondly, to see at how reasonable a cost this I car could be sold. [• By the absence of bond- " i holders to cam ''over- i 1 • • head" dividends for; by "36" Model having every responsible «OC» M«4 a l " member of the staff a. work- 60 MOClel (36 h.p.) ing unit in its mamifacture, (25 hv) the cost of' a "PAIGE" JC9QC is less, without any Car- IJ^QC MuOu quality "being lessened. X«i<J«} That's why you can any I « "PAIGE" g DEXTER & CROZIER LIMITED ■ ' , Cftristchurch and Auckland Wt are else Afants for (he Aristocratic "Cadillac" and the "United States" Tiret
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3463, 22 December 1914
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3463, 22 December 1914
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