BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. , '■ PENINSULA DAIRY FA^iERS t: "'' T&ilS SHOULD INTEREST YOU? I " Separators SRittn as Close* ' Run as Easily* Last as L^oiag. ffila LooK as We 11,.. . tvery detail aro Ihe equal to the 0 rnoet e*penaiv3 machines on the mar. &«a *""*'"" ' " "' Made! in Swaaeu, jiu h« most up- Wi~-' -'^ft^^BF Kt* date Factories in the WoUid, together wim ... ft ibe ellminution of all intermediate expenses, l|i?-AMa^^Wßp permit I the :— i 11 '^^ i2[|laUou9 parjrurn .. .. £3 15* X'IIsLMS f [machine? from 28 gallons and upward oac , ,<) be fixed with pulley as shown in lower WwWmnE&KWMiixi/ Send for our special trial o£fer. MENTION THIS PAPER
BOOTH, MAPDONALD & CO NEW ZEiLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS OHRISTCHURCH. BRAN CHE 3--Auokland, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hastings, Hawera, Timru.
VfUptod by French engineers, built by ■^^ L NSf/ Anwriean mechanics—this new car la a model - llf " -j—.i —■i : ui__>!Bs S i.jj of beauty and strength. It has all the grace of • running greyhound—very light, but SmaojMtrong. Come and see it. 1 Woreafier Street, Chriflchurch, and at Auckland
V. B. LINE, GENERAL FADDLEHY BUSINESS tITTLE RIVER HAVING imported a-large stock of Horse and Cow Cover 11-iterial, and also having taken over a large stock from the late R. Fergaßon, I am prepared o moka COW COVERS FROM 13a UPWARDS HORSE COVERS „ 20d „ blgo carry a large stock of General Saddlery and as a side line, a large stock'o£ RIDING COATS—The latest style and beat materials. Call and Inepoet my stock. lam prepared to pay freight on all paroeln to the Bays. V. B. LINE, LITTLE EIVER
FRANK TAYLOR ROOM No. 12a. BAKER'S BUILDINGS, 168 MANCHESTER STBEET, , •Phone 350 G. Bend at onoe your postal r.oto for 7/11, and seoure one ol our Speoial SILK BLOUSES-all sizes and beat values in New Zealand. Our 10/6 and 12/6 Silk Blouses are quite unbeaten in value, also are our , All.wool Vyella Bloutes at 136 each, Also write for quotations of our Coatumes, Jackets, Blankets Sheeting, Quilte, Damasks Down Quilts, etc, etc NO EQUAL IN THE CITY FOR VALUE All Orders post free.
iinp@rfanf . to All ° OHANGE OF BUSINESS. MESSRS HAYLOCK AND DAVIg having taken over Mr. F. Hill Bikory and Oonfeotionery BueineßS and KOWHAI TEA KOOMS, lolioit, the patronnge of the Publio, and by strict attention to business hope to seoure the approval of all. CASH GIVEN FOX EGGS. MAPS OF BANKS PENINSULA. MAPS of the Peninsula showing the roada may be procured from the txabcu Mail Officr, or the Tourist Ofßfle Akaroa. price of the map is 6d TIME AND WAGES BOOK. WE have all the required forme and will print TIME AND WAGES BOOK et the following prices : — Book, 25 pages 3s 5a
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3469, 29 June 1915
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