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National Hlorfgage- and Agency 0©« of |i©w Zealand; Limited. CAPITAL jEl,000;000 BESEBVE £195,000 Merchants, Auctioneers, Wool Brokers, FINANCIAL AGENTS LAND AGENTS, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, SHIPPING AGENTS Agents for SHAW, SAVILL \ND ALBION 00., LTD, direct Line of Mail and Cargo ste'amars to London and New York Advances made against consignments of Wool, Meat, Dairy Produoe, or L ye btook or tale in the local market or for shipment, | Dairy Produce the South Island representatives of MESSRS MILLS. SPABROW df CO. Dairy Produce Msrohints of London, aud in this conneotion we are prepared to undertake shipments for LONDON on Owner. 1 acoount, or by direct from the producer . Highest prices given. "Melotte" Separator. We are Agents for this superior Separator, whioh is acknowleged to be the most im roved and up-to-date Separator on the market. eninula Agent for MELOTE Separators—Mß. J. R. WHITE, Goaob Road, Little River Christohuroh Sub-Agent .. .. W. H BENSON David Eriscoe had the exiierieiice of build- f(^^^r^^^J^^^l'^J^ ing 65,000 motor cars before he perfected his 7 I I h __ffi_v " ideal In the "Eriscoe." He did it then by ff / ,J_— ' ' afifitvli ,' \ combining the best features of foreign and AyTOB fjPf j American designs. Honestly, tho "Briscoe". matches in merit foreign cars of the £400 "*"-• -"" ili "■■■"■""■■ lni class. w ( WOXIGIy Completely equipped V _-X_» with Electric Self-starter !»»_/• UZ' , j..,. © Worcester Street Christchurch, and at Auckland 3

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3505, 16 November 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3505, 16 November 1915

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