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BOOTH, MA< DONALD ot _____ PENINSULA DAIRY FARMERS THIS SHOULD INTEREST YOU? HUP Separators J[g£|JW Skim as Close* Made! in in onegoij he most up wfilL io date Factories in the World, together with . j^g_mfk_W the elimination of oil intermediate expenses, permit) the following prioeß:— ._J«!!!~r~"iiP^^^ l2|3allons per Turn .» .. *3 15« JOSBLIi ' machines from 28gallons and upvwrd can tf IIiIiHHHHK( bo fixed with pulley as shown in lower ~_> MJ^^fßWßKar^ifc Send for our special trial offer. MENTION THI3 PAPER BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO NEW ZEALAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS OHRISTCfiURCfI. BRANCHES—AuckIand, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hastings, Hnwem, Tim ru.

iwwßwiwimiMMiiiMwiiiMWMiii i construction — at a reasonable price ! Completely s f "RRI'SPOF ,, I '"*" W I ik ffl A Car of distinctive individ- 1717 ATITP F Q „J f M Self I; 1 ; '< I uality, both in design and riLAIUIVEiD w g § ' ' Ji flpi& J **-'" ,, "• "— -- -. mechanism: a different car and Leather faced cone clutch • Whilst tne "Cadillac" remains Three point suspension -~Wmm^*» m °- with Benj. BrLeT "SShjKKiS; TOURING CAR MODEL OF THE BEAUTIFUL "BRISCOE." »f this Car. iwS «.a ba» . Sunken centre headlight Q[ Had it been built in France it would cost you £400, as ' fTf All who have seen the "Briscoe" are rWmU-,1 "*L v j I * 3 t t f . , . , , _ i , jJ i delighted with it, and Silent electric starter foreign cars or its class do cost. However, thanks to the it is as staunch as it is beautiful Com A ' Wire wheels (wood optional) finely organised American factory system, its price is only £275. yourself: come for a demonstration ride. "" eX&mme * Electric horn Button on steerTE HAVE , 4 TOURING »10DSL NOW. IN OUR GARAGE, WITH THREE-SEATER SPORTING "BRISCOES" SHORTI V Anmvmr *& Sffdrive *'IUKIL,I HKKIVIML, Chrome Vanadium steel * m umm**aP m *' ll '~ ******»-* One-man mohair top and hoot " m ' ri ' 77SrS=SS2=S=£s===j ■ _* _ .__ S V CtoTvLon wind shield at i .i ..i tt v-i . i, - i-i -.1 t-ii ~• r, -~ \\ I in ok —— ———m~ W 1 Gasoline tank under cowl Note that the v Briscoe" is supplied v/iih Eiedtnc Se?f- !? f ■ mAf%FUT^r AIt wit m W&«0m& &m*im -t«s±—*m \ Moulded fenders fer'er snd : -yen foreign £4 GO Cars' are without j I JL#vAlvl JmJ ll 1)7 IPr f ! p^r"£ cst <mality BreW " these. Note, too, that all parts subject to strain are •/ jl Extra long? new aiioy steei built of Chrome Vanadium Steel. %*. **■*■** # W —S I springs I ■ - I ——*- LTD. -**T H -. 11 - -______-__] WORCESTER STREET, CHRISTCHURCH And at. AucHand I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3461, 25 May 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3461, 25 May 1915

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