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BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. puts pumping by wind powar on uu entheiy new footing. It removes the greatest drawback windrailia ever hi J, viz, the necessity Tor someone j having to climb the tower at least ones a week to oil bearings, etc. With j the j BOOTH SELF«OILEH t, this j)b is AN ANNUAL ONE ONLY, ami an easier on tbeu ! The £ OIL HATH in which the gears end spindles rotate is WATER PROOF, |j DUST PROOF, SUN-PROOF, FOOL-PROOF, and wish our BYPHON A PUMP the whole outfit is . [i ABSOLUTELY AUTOMATIC AHJ SE.LF-GOVERNING f They cost but little (if any), more thum the old "oil ouocj h \vo:k" type, j, are simpler in construction, better finished, and infinitely more durable. '. Get the latest; and best 1 i Write for Illustiatatl Pa-nipblofc, Mention this Popor. / „ .• . _ i / ■* 1 NEW ZEALAND --DISTRIBUTING AGENTS ] CHRISTCHURCK, ,j "BRANCHE- 1 --Auckland, Hamilton, Giabarne, Hasiiug-;, Huweia, luiru. j_. mm&mMmm^Mtt&M^£SMmss r j

DecJgßefi i>7 French engineers, built tiy \-£~y> r American mechanics—this now car is a model of ljeauty and strength. It has all the gxaco of '» running groyliouucl—very light, but Baanson-sixonff. Com« and eco it. Oi *"7 £? B * e * c, * aw **^ Bs c»* itilk Electric Self-starter _ M^*^ "ilT^^^*^-»S^^^^M) m&hithtt *~~- • - - • Worcester Slreei, CliriiicSiurch, end at Auckland

FOR COUGHS, INFLUENZA, GOLDS. BRONCHITIS, NASAL CATARRH OR COLD IN THE HEAD, HAY FEVER, ASTHMA, SOl'iE TIIUOAT, HOARSENESS, TOOTHACHE, NEURALGIA, &c. Allays that tickling, irritating Grips recent Go::1o turned!Cough ■ ate 'i f ■ , _ ! Loosens the ttlok Ph^cnm Gives wonderful relief Sn eron- wh , ch chokes iiie BronS h3 2 ] chial troubles Tubes clears the Nasal Pas- Slngsro and PybHs Spsakers sages In Catarrh or Cold In will experience great Uenet'l the Head frora [t3 UEe ""MGTS LIKE A CHARM 9 " v __= EAC|| bottle COiTIiiS 69 FULL DOSES S 7 = ~^7 I S Oil " ' —-----------—— ' i a %dJ^,£v ■ m wivjrj t^-7 4% a Ijj KLiSOW HOUSE, T ROXTTILIE rwl rf\ /< II 1111 B Rk li I iflt&Siff 1 F? 1 W E**> " » !-Bl ~...,,„ mmmmmmr^^

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3494, 8 October 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3494, 8 October 1915

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