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bUOtM, Ma DuNvLD & CO ASSOCIATED Farm Engines Represent Maximum EMcieacy at a Minimum Cost !) Where quality o nulls, it U there, viz., MAGi-iisTO IGNITION, PHOSPHOR EHONZE BEAWMir, MACHINE CUT OBARS. DROP-FORGED CRANK SHAFT, AND CONNECTING ROD. The Pilots Bjask for th<m*elvea :— 11 B.H.P hopper cooled, stationary -£I 7 lOs 2| „ » &%& *Os 4 .. » Os 6 „ . Os PORTABLE 3OR SEMI PORTABLES AT PROPORTIONATELY 30W PR C 53 Send for Illustrated Pamphlet. Post Free. Please mo;*uou this poptr BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO, CHRISTCHURCH. BRANCHES—AuokIand, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hastings, Hawera, Timaru.

Public Trust Office. STATE GUARANTEE mmr y nm win in m»J*iii. i >iirnrnaai\ummiMi,nrrrwniritmim VALUE OF ESTATES IN THE OFFICE (In 1914): TWELVE MILLIONS STERLING. Estates, when oonverted inti oash anl held far Renefioiaiies ii the Common Fond of Publio Tnst OfiSo«, are oredimd with interest at, afi s rate, which i-s cipitaliz -d yearly and ia free from nil »ffi-'e charges. THE RATE OF INTEREST HAS BEEN INCREASED ;•; from *4J per cent, on the first £3000 and 4 per cerst. X ' on the exoesß to* A\ per oont. ON THE FIRST £6000 anil 41 per cent. ON THE EXCESS. CAPITAL AND INTEREST GUARANTEED BY THE STATE. THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE oan be appointed Executor and Tructn-a nf the Will or Codicil of any person m New Zn-iland or eli*-whe**i WILLS APPOINTING IHE PUBLIC TKUSTEE ARB DBAWN FJRES OF CHAKGE. He oan be appointed CUSTODIAN TRUSTEE, or may act with ADVISORY TRUBTBEB. H» oan be appointed Trustee in pl-iae of previously oppo'nted trustees or in place of persona who wish to be relieved of tbeir trusteeship. He oan be appointed Trustee for Maniage Settlements, Money Trusts, Sinking Funds, and other Tru-sts. He can be appointed Assignee or Trustee of Assigned Estates or De ds or Comrcit'on wl'h creditors. He undertakes the management of property as Attorney or Agent. He administers Intestates' Estates, Lunatic*' Estates, and Unclaimed Lands. LOANS. The Public Trustee haa ample funds for investment on First Mortgage of Freehold and certain Government Leasehold Securilke, at lowest current rates of interest. No Pro OuraHon Foe or Commission. Liberal Terms for Repayment, x OFFIOE QHAROES. THE CHARGES OF ADMINSTRATION are fixed on the lowest postible seal -, as tbe Offioe is not run for profit, but seeks to be MERELY SELF SUPPORTS G. There is ft weirequiiSped LEGAL STAFF which does, without costs, nearly all tbe legal svoils con. neottdfwitb tßtitee. For example, no eh rge is made for obtaining PROBATE or ADMIN, ISTRATION, or for pae-aing tho BTAMP ACCOUNTS, or for advising on tbe numberle?s questions that are continually arising in the course of Administration Speaking generally, it maj be said tbat no law costs are charged except in proceedings before tbe Court, For full p-ariioulara apply to THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE, Wellington? Or to any of tbe Branches or Agr noies in New Z jaUnd, H. W. WILKINS, Agent ARaroa.

" AQv " -rr/,e "BRISCOE" lii" 1 finally, In this o*r you get the classic reflnoment of Continental mod-sis comhhied -with EffV\SSP^^^^^** that'staunchness of mechanism 'for -which m ' I "*' **»—- * American craftsmen have no equals the world over. And how gracefully built, how fceanUful It is. £275 ■ /-^^>s CtmpUttly ,quipped f\ §&%rtg%wtff4TKirtWW&W*S tilth Ehciric SilfstarUr lJL#t£ Jt. %*£*/%} 11 UllCli/ Worcester Street Christchurch, and at Auckland #

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3407, 20 March 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3407, 20 March 1915

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