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.''.-ru--. BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. I.J peninsula I t)airy Farmers! I A PROPOSITION WORTH WHILE:— 1 ■JHL AUTOMATIC I Cream Separa W I .Emancipates the 1 1 Jfljr |W Slaves of the Dairy! 1 JkKjjl KiA 1 ! 1 It outs out all the drudgery, H wJKsj&t jyjrey 'l H the oream, and II 'f'wsU ctW w Saves an honr or more ra Vl^fen TWICE A DAY, EVERY DAY IN THE WBBK.I EVER? WEEK IN THE MONTH, A«D| ALMOST EVERY MONTH IN THE YEAR! | m \MJk ||«I You can start separating as soon as the fir; tmw U » F - llllf ISi milked ' and finisn milkiD g aDd separating together. | THIS IS WHAT IT DOES. | The -AUTOMATIC j ;|Hm^|Pp(H( ; PRICE, COMPLETE, I £37 10s OELIVEBEO. I THIS IS WHAT IT CUTS CMJTI BOOTH, MACDONAtD &'CO CHRISI'CHURCII. BIUNCHE ■—Auckland, Hamilton,, (iisborne,'■Hastings,-Hawera, Timaru. MM—MIfWF— 1 ■■■■■■' I'lllllllil Jiil.Li.ilJl 11 illlln'llMTTTTiraiTffiirTlW'l'rir'lTr'rfff 1 ' sggreMa FHELD & RGYDS GRAIN, SEED, AND fIRO DTJCS UiERCHATS, STOCK AND bTATION AGENTS 200 CASHEL STREET,. CHRISTCHURCH. AGENTS FOR-Celebraied: ; "Simpt.ex:" MilKing Machines . .;: '■ Absolutely^jebpst Milking Machine on the market. Ask our users ;;■ ; ; , ■'"■; ■'.''■,- Write or calHor particulars; / .More-Simplex" installed ij i Canterbury lust ; ,ye<u- than any other make. Why? Dalia Cream $ eparator-A perfect machine, two weeks free trial fe 2VIF gJSS Satislactio; jor return. PRICE very moderate. &Wi&37 Venus Petrol 7£ngines— The adtine of perfection See this engine SWIC, ■Bibefore buying any otbW. Telephones 606 and 665 The Control is so simple that a Lady can drive it

In a crowded thoroughfare, a sharp downhill turn, at a five-ways crossing—those are j . the .times; when the stoutest nerve requires a , ! ' car that is under perfect control. j 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 secondly, to see at. how reasonable a cost this I * car could be sold. - ...V .. J-/ .. ..,.-■ -. ■* : \ : W&' ■?. . -■•■ ■'-■-. -;. ** ; " .*,■■>-. >'■ By the absence of bond--1 """ ;»_•' '"'"I holders to earn "over- I ' ' r head" dividends for; by , , . *'3fi" Model 7lflyi cmry ■ ' fCS^nsm ° ' "25" Model >:■ ?.r member of the staff a icork(36 a.p.) my unit in its manufacture, (25 li;p.) the cost of a "PAIGE". ■jPOOC , is less, 'without any Car- $¥$& '"*■■'' Z«)OeJ quality being lessened. Aw«/«l That's why you can buy 1 a "PAIGE" ■ DEXTER & CROfIER LIMITED Christchurch and Auckland «.. s : . , '..:■. # We ere aha Aieni* for iht\flr\slocraiie "Cadillac** and the "Untied Slates" Vint > •«> ■ 2

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3464, 24 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3464, 24 December 1914

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