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BOOTH, MAODONALD & CO- ______ WINDMILL puts pumping by wind power on an entirely new footing. Ife removes the greatest drawback windmills ever bad, viz, tbe necessity for someone having to climb the tower at leaet once a week to oil bearings, etc. Witb the BOOTH SELF-OILER this job is AN ANNUAL ONE ONLY, and an easier on then ! The OIL BATH in whioh the gears and spindles rotate ia WATER PROOF, DUST PSOOP, BUN PROOF, FOOL-PROOF, and with our BYPHON PUMP the whole outfit ia ABSOLUTELY AUTOMATIC AND SELF-GOVERNING They cost but little (if any), more than the old "oil onoe a week" type, are simpler ia construction, better finished, and infinitely more durable. Get tbe latest and best t Write for Illustrated Pamphlet, Mention this Paper. BOOTH, MACDONALD & CO. NEW ZEALAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS COR! STCfiURCH. BRANCHES--Auckland, Hamilton, Gißborne, Hastings, Hawera, Timru. KIMMBHHIHHIHnW^msmniiMUranUHMMeM 15 EVER? suoh lioense shall be for one vehiole only, and shall bo in force from the day of the date thereof until the 31et day of December in the year in whioh it is issued. 16. AS often as any person (other than a corporation or com* pany) named in such License shall change his place of abode, he shall, within 7 day a after such ohanga, give notice thereof in writing to the Clerk of the Council specifying in suoh notice his new place of abode ; and he sball at tbn same lime produce suoh License to the . said Cl«rk, who shall cause to be endorsed thereon a memorandum specifying the particulars of sucb change 17. THIS owner of every vehicle liaensed to carry passengers shall cause to be painted on a metal plate of nine inohes in lengfca by six inches in breadth in clear legible «orda and figures his Christ tian or first name in full and surname in full; the number of the iioenee of such carriage, and shall affix suoh metal plate inside suoh vebiole in suoh convenient and oonspiououa place as the Inspector ehall approve. 18. THE owner of any licensed vebiole ehall keep and main , tain the name, number and other particulars hereby direoted to bo painted, written or affixed to kia vehicle undefaced, legible and com spionous during tha currency of the License for suoh vehiole. 19. ANY pereon who shall become the purohassr of any licensed vehiole shall forthwith deliver to the Clerk of the Counoil the exist' ing license for the same with a memorandum of transfer duly signed or executed by the vendor or vendors endorsed thereon, and shall cause bis name to be registered in the office of the Council as owner of such vehicle and for such registration shall pay to the Clerk of Council a fee of 2s 6d ; and it shall not be lawful for such purchaser to use or permit tbe use of such vehicle to ply for hire until such delivery and registration as aforesaid, bat no registration shall take plaoe unless and until suoh licensed vehiole shall have been inspected by the Inspector, and be shall have certified in writing that the lame is in all respects in suoh proper condition. 20. THE driver of any licensed vehiole or vehio'ea plying for hire whilst using the same sball be seated on the box seat thereon in such a position as to be able to fully control, regulate and manage the driving of the vehicle. 21. THE Council shall have power to cancel or suspend any license issued to any person in respect of any vebiole, or aa owner, driver or oonduotor of any vehicle if it is proved to the satisfaction of the Council that the owner of suoh vehicle or driver or conductor was drunk while in charge of his vehiole. or failed to keep hia vehicle or harness clean and in good repair, or the vehicle property harnessed or is guilty of any misoonduot, which, in tbe opinion of the Council, shall disqualify him from holding such lioense. 22. ANY person who shall commit any breach of or fail to com > ply with or be guilty of an offenoe againat any of the foregoing By laws shall, for every such and each failure er offence, be liable to a' penalty not exceeding five pounds, and where sucb breach is a continuing one the penalty shall be a sum not exceeding five pounds for every day or part of a day during which euou breaoh shall continue. 23 THIS By-law shall come into force on the ninth day of November, 1915. SCHEDULE. No. 1. COUNTY OF WAIREWA. APPLICATION FOR A VEHICLE LICENSE. To the Wairewa. Counti Council— I residing in do hereby request that a license may be granted me to keep, use, employ and let a to ply for hire within tbe County of Wairewa eubjeot to the provisions of The Wairewa County Counoil By-law. Dated this day of ' , 19 License authorised by the Wairewa County Council this day of ,19 License No. Chairman, DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE : No. 2. COUNTY OF WAIKEWA. No. Vehicle Lioense No. County of Wairewa to wit; Whereas of has made application to the Wairewa County Council for a Lioense as above numbered pursuant to the provisions of the By-law re« gulating the same, and has pnid the sum of , and the issue o! sucb licenses baa been duly authorised. Now, therefore. I, the Clerk of the said County, by the authority and on behalf of the said Counoil, do hereby grant such License, whioh is numbered and described above, subject, never. theless, in all respects to thu provisions at the By-law made by the Council from time to time and in force for the timo being. Given under my hand at the office of the County Council this day of , 19 County Clerk, THE Resolution to mate the foregoing By law was passed by the Wuirewa County Council at a special meeting of tha Council held on the 14th day of September, 1915, which resolution was confirmed at a subsequent meeting of tbe Council held on tbe 19th day of October, 1915 THE CoTiruoa Seal of the Chairman, Councillors and Inhabitants o of the County of Wairewa was hereto affixed to the above written Special Order and .By law at tha Offices of, and pursuant to a resolution of the Wnirewa County Council on the nineteenth day of October, 1!)15, ii the presence of: T. QUEALY, County Clerk, (Seal) MONEY TO LEND MONEY Lowest Current Rates of Interest. MEAEES AND WILLIAMS Borrowers oan arrange to pay off in sarxs Solicitors to suit themselves. i , oouoiiore, W. E. D. BISHOP tavand Street, Akaroa

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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