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BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. ii i||| \ marke a wonderful advance in WINDMILL CONSTRUCTION. The working parts or* entirely enclosed in nn OIL BATH, wberein they aye promoted from dust and weather, and AUTOMATICALLY OIL&D. A oharge of oil last about a year, which ib aa often as moat (oik care to climb b windmill lower. Other faaturen, including maubine-out gears, straight line actiou, simplified mechanism, etc., make the BOOTH SELF-OILER THE MOST WONDERFUL AND EFFIOIENT ON THE MARKET. It has no tricky double geare, duplicated pilmans, or other complication?, wbij h ndd only to ooet of renewals without, compensating advnutages by way of increased eQioency or improved lubrication THE BOOTH SELF-OILER WINDMILL IS aiMPLP, EFFICIENT, SILENT, DURABLE-A PROVED SUCCESS AND FULLY PATENTED. Sena lot Illustrated Pamphlet. Post Free. Pleaee mention this paper. BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO CHRISTGfiURCH. BRANCHES—AuckIand, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hastings, Hawera, Timaru.

iniporiaHi ~ iymoiiiic^E:-./ Although the DRESDEN -PIANO CO.'S name has become a household Word throughout the Dominion, it has been decided to relinquish this familiar title, and to adopt in its place that of LIMITED. When the business started, over 32 years ago, the name "The Dresden," feeing honourably associated with all that was best in Music and Art, was chosen as a good trading title, but despite its well-earned popularity, there can be no doubt it is no longer acceptable for an ALL BRITISH COMPANY The Shareholders and Directors are without exception, British born and hn&t and are all resident under the British Flag; there is not, nor has diere ever been, one single shilling of anything but British Capital used m invested in the business; and as Bristol is the birthplace of the Founder •ad present Chairman of Directors of the Company, the public will fully appreciate the change of title to that of The Bristol Piano Co.? LIMITED.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3401, 26 February 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3401, 26 February 1915

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