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National Mortgage and Agency 00. of New Zealand, Limited. CAPITAL £i,Q90;000 BfiiBRVB .195,000 FINANCIAL AGENTS LAND AGENTS. Merchants, Auctioneers, Wool Brokers, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, BHIPPING AGBNTft Vtaati tor Id \.ff. 3*Vl_u ANO Afc'H )N 00., LTD, direct Lln« ol M»U aoi.Carg iteamera to London and New York Advanoes made against consignments of Wool, Meat, Dairy Predate, or Lv« btoo ore ml in the looal markat or for Bfeipmont. Dairy Produce the South Island repreaontativea of _fSS3R9 MILL 9. SPAFROW & CO vlerohanta of London, and io this connexion wa are prepared to undsriake ■■»?">"*■ im LONDON on OwneW account, or by direot from .the prodnoer . Higheat prices g»ven. "Melotte" Separator. We are Agents for this superior Separator, which Is aobnowleged to be tbe mortim roved and up-to-date Separator on the market. eniDula Agent for MELOTE Separators-MR. J. K. WHITE, Coaoh Road, Little River ' Christohuroh Bub-Agent .. •• .. W. H BENSON jp—rc—p— —— n ,———ii ■ ■■- i. nm——_ i-im-—————^»^——^ _7he 'BRISCOE' David Briscoo bad the experience of build- ( ( .-—JHiV\ flj NTi <, ? y "l* ing 65,000 motor cars before be perfected bis j J / j___^ /^*\ Ideal In the "Briscoe." He did it then by \ combining tbe best features of foreign and \\ 9_~\ t ) American designs. Honestly, tbe "Briscoe" >CJ__4x!^jHai____l______i^ matches in merit foreisn cars of the £400 0 class. /r_ x £275 [ l_l__Xl6F_& trOZICFJ Completely equipped V tJ aith Electric Self-itarter Worcester Street Ohrlstohurch, and at Auckland *

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3504, 12 November 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3504, 12 November 1915

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