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BUSINESS NOTICES, ________ TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN who have not yet, dealt withus! We do our utmost to give satisfaction. You can always raly on the quality of our. Watches, Jewellery, Plate; etc ( )ur prices have long been recognised as tbe lowest in Christchurch. W 7 e have a nice selection of articles suitable for Xmas presents. We do a big business through the post and J return money if article sent does not meet with approval. I t Just to hand, a big selection of Gold Brooches 5s to SOs Gold Necklets 6s to 30s Always Satisfaction at ... JONES fit SONS i THE MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS 278, HIGH &TREET, CHRISTOHUROH; CIS3S| I T3 AIL WAY.REFRESHMENT r ' , I -tl ROOMS. ' "BAINESDALE" HOUSE,' "* Morning and" ' $iii A>f* ernoOTk Tea alWB| y s procurable. RI . GHT ° N RAILWA ■ PLATFORM. Superior Bardand Residence for Tourists, Commercials, and Travelling Public generally. Eery Convenience and Courtesy, Hot Meals and Light Refreshments on arrival of tbe Coaches, Motors, and Trains. Akaroa Coaches and Cars stop at door. TERMS MODERATE. A Bakery is attached to this fine house. First olass bread, soanes, cakes, eto, daily. General Stores is also attached, where Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, eto, are stooked. Birthday and Wedding Cakes a speciality. Catering done for Socials, Balls, Pionio ties, Athletic Teams, eto. Dinners, Afternoon Teas, Suppers, etc, to order. MRS M. "WRIGHT - - Proprietress. Your patronage solioited. * Motor Spirits acdSuppließ at all hours. MR R. WRIGHT, has recently purchased the Stables opposite Bainesdale Houbo from Erß. Cusdin. Peninsula pitrons can be sure of the greatest possible attention for their horses and vehicles. Saddle horsps always on hire. Gigs and Traps can always be hired (or any term* i „ ■■■ ■—__—___— —_-_—___- I ___——__—__—_»»»—p. A. J. TURNER. aTj/turner's Sale of Surplus Summer Stock* NOW ON! Call early and secure the Bargains in every deparir me-t. ' Ladies'. Hats from Is to 103 6d. were Is 9d to 2ls, and this season's goods. Ladies' Skirts, Robes and Blouses 'fduoed from 20 to 50 per cent. A !a'. of Remnants cf Laces, Ribbons, Embroidery and Dress Goods at bargain prices. Homo lees tban half. ':' Cal'coee, Sheetines. Prints end Muplins reduced 10 per cent. A few Narrow Toe Boots and Shops at h»lf price. -Ail other Buots and Shoes.'also Flannels and Blankets at old price 3. ' NO GOODS BOOK-i) AT REDUCED PRICES. Which Machine? IT 6S MkUB TO DECIDE, ISN'T IT? , |-<'.-) jou who are try ; r g to decide which Milking Machine to buy, wo want to offer a few JL -ingestions. Most likely you have loosed at many different makes of machines. You l hay uutid that in respects they are very muah nlike—Engine?, Vacuum Pump. V tank Pul lor or pulsators, Piping and Stall Tap? through shod, Bucket, or Releaser and Teats, Cv- •< Y< _ h:ive in m 'tt salerooms, or from salesmen' the same talk about service, guaran tee. king can* oi: users, etc., eto But to choose wisely, you must r-tudy the principal The iic '<■ i o( th« Puls'itor, and the action >f the Teat Oupq. or Inflation, on the cows' tea's —ti nv-fhod adopted o( taking the ralk from the oo v -the mat«rial used in most machine tod •;■ —Is it tbw li(>~b i<t the work it has t•do ? However, a Milking Machine is unlike any otr: inaui'iins as it lias to oporaie on a live animal, and in thd operating depends the sua cc« t.r failure (f tbe dairy farmer. For if th ■ aqtion on the cows not natural, the oiwa wil rj themselves off much earlier in the j ; ear they should .and your returns will b» accii -ingly. >■ o >h;it, ahbougir a machine may be made of the very best material, ni eel', pin >! and finished, when the action is not natural, the principle and dfcs'gn wrong, thf fan' >f, although geuing some milk, will n.-vei- do th- cjw.i justice or obtiiri the btst rosui!;Be: .ue a machine will extract milk from tbe cow is not to say it ii a nvllting ruaehin < In in. s cases the i»dk is drawn away with a higb suction '-vacuum. " Farmers whi h avstu ! > 1 the action of a calf's cutus and torguo on the teat willtind tbat tne aitihn of th« hu: l 'i hand aid tha mouth of the oalf is ihe s<irue, closing from -the top of the teat and gr» • i-illy fo lowing the milk ('-own until the teat ii emptied. This is tbe natural method, anc •t if you have studied tbe principle and ac.ion of-ail the machines on the market you wil '<■ -.siiy know that there is only "one" that resmbles or imitates the h.iman h-nd am 1 act ■• of tbe cat to-perfection. The name of this machine, as iso nly to be expected, has bee •••;' famous among dairy farmers wherever it ha=> been introduced, and it is a significant fie iat Farmers using thid-TH_ RUBBER HAND RIDU MACHINE—are sgetting the RIC3 MILKING MACHINE CQ., Ltd.-OfficesandAgenL tiiiuUj ho ut New Zealand and Australia. H t.. ; Office—New Plymouth- Canterbury Office—363 Htreford Strce Telephone No 3845 Chriatoburch "Akaroa Mail," Printers and • - ADVERTISEMENTS "Wanteds" Is earn fir 14 words <n!y Casual advertisements 3f per neb, H ; a'idinj! Advorii'suments as per arrangement Jd§ : Printing We have gradually accumulate.! a fine Jobbing Plant #f ihe latest machinery, and are now ready to deal promptly nnd accurately with Jobbing Work of all descriptions |>ut into our hands. We can execute Printing required by al) Business Firms — Billheads Memorandum Forms, Invoices, Price Lists, Printed Envelopes, Reeeipti,) Duplicate Aooount Forms*

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3478, 16 February 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3478, 16 February 1915

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