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BOOTH, MACDONALD * CO. ■* THE 3 i! t! j » \ • cxaissa » wenderiul advance in WINDMILL CONSTRUCTION. The working parts are entirely sncbscd in an OIL BATH. wher«n*tii j >- ate pioUcted i from daet and weather, and AUTOMATICALLY OILED. A charge of oil last about a year, which is. of'e i n tct fo'k c;»ie to c':n 1) » w nilmill Sower. Other features, inoludiDg t iuaubiue-cu'| ;ears, straight Sine aitio , . , , simpHlitd mectianiero, etc., make the BOOTH SELF-OILER THE MOST WONDEKFUL AND EFFICIENT ON TEE MAIK!:.T. It has no triohy double Rears, duplicated pitmans, or other ccmr'icatinnr-, whi' bald only to oott of renewela without compensating advantages by way of incieaseii efficiency or imprcved lubrication THE BOOTH SELF-OILER WINDMILL is SIMPLE , , EFFICIENT, SILENT, DUPABLE—A PROVED SUCCESS AND FULLY PATENTED. Send for Illustrated Pamphlet. Post Free. Please mention this paper. BOOTH, MACDONALD & GO. CHRISTCHURCfi, BRANCHES —Auckland, Hamilton, Giaborne, Hastings, Hawsra, Timaru. .

T>avid .Briacoe had the experience of build- (( «^~ i ~C~*ii J jiVpIT Jng 65,000 motor cars before he perfected Us '~t!/&w)m~&&± I I f/J^t.'TN. ideal In the "Brlscoe." He did it then by /'iA combining the best features of foreign and ■ \\J3H jßn W^"^~^ |Hor~y * J American designs. Honestly, tbe "Brlscoe" jnatches in merit foreign cars of the £400 -^^ — .^ class. \\ ' Completely equipped lCl^l Ehctric Self-starter Worcester Street'Cfcristchurcb, and at Auckland 3

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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," being 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 bred, and are all resident under the British Flag; there is not, nor has there ever been, one single shilling of anything but British Capital used or invested in the business; and as Bristol is the birthplace of the Pom <!er and present Chairman of Directors of the Company, the public wAI iinly appreciate the change of title to that of TTTL Dm jl I !li # ■ : .■■■■' LIMITED.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3402, 2 March 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3402, 2 March 1915

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