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~.- . .. .. BOOTH, MAODONALD & CO. . , , "Associated": : ■ ' "' ' Engines a new period in "power history !" Tho? p'ji*.? on r.iHor.i li.i ■. U;S ihit Vj Oil Engines are no longar an expensive luxur> ! I'liay embody t'ae. hue es g of Bnginee, wihoh formerly only "aquittei^ , . , «i> ild nfto--*. b i•; a- p«ic3s which |l bring them within reach or th ■ ■■•co<;k> I " ffl •■■ - ; 1A B HiP. Stationery, on Baa- 1 , Hii'i Oompleta ;E,17 lOs ffl 2+ B.H.P. „ „ ~ 1 8 B HP. „ „ , 3S£ lOs I 4 B.H.P. „ ~ ~ 42 I 6 B.H.P. „ „ G5 i 8 B.H.P. „ ~. ~ ,95 1 . 12 B.H.P. n ; ~ ~ 145 " All with Magneto Ignition, , Hopper Co.oled, wiLh.'To'jJfs, p.ie. Beady to Hurt! N> Biiraa or ol and kind. Economical i;i i uel Consumplion. Bfiicient and Bcliable. Send for Particular's.' MENTION THIS PAPEIi BOOTH, MACDONALD & GO. NEW ZEALAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS OHRISTCHURCH. BIIANCHE " —Auckland, Hamilton, Gir.bornc, HastiDga, Hawera, Tinaru.

Designed by French engineers, built by Mj3mTi|-ft7/. American mechanics—tbls new car Is a model •^* Uh —<»"" - ' "■"" --■■■' - of beauty and strength. It has aU the grace of * running greyhound— vory light, bat Sarnson-etrang. Come and see it. »*** iHexteritrCrozieiO W&hElechic-Sdf '-darter >! '" WW 9 • WorceAcr Street, Chrifichunch, and at Auckland

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3475, 16 July 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3475, 16 July 1915

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