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BOOTH, MACDONALD A^COy" - - . _ . ■——<—. t . J(j . ■B_BaVBVJHH___B_n_M Peninsula | Dairy Farmers! I A PROPOSITION WORTH WHILE:— 1 Jj* AUTOMATIC Cream Separator Emancipates tho | |I|r |W Slaves of the Dairy! ilfeau. |ML \\\ It cuts out all the drudgery, L fifex 1 ! \\ Saves ALL the eraam, and _*_MS\ r f/_ lata \i Sawan hour or more TWICE A DAY. EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK EVERY WEEK IN THE MONTH, AND 41m03t evkey "°" h ™ a ' HE w ' %P/ **_!i-ii jw! You c ? an start separating as soon a-s the iir-'t cow 13 X -11 If iPf mi,ked ' Hnd aniflh milkin S and separating nether. *g THIS IS WHAT IT DOES. I The AUTOMATIC I Jf"fc- S" K - mF) as'close as any in tho world, at the 1 PRiCE ? COMPLETE, 1 I J537 Ws OELS¥EISEI[! " 1 THIS IS WHAT IT CUTS OUT J! BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO CHRIST CHURCH. BRANCHED—AuckIand, Hamitow. Gisborne, Hasting*-, Hn\vi>ni, Timaru. I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 5 January 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 5 January 1915

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