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National Mortgage and Agency go* of New Zealand, Limited. i - CAPITAL J8 1( (joo;000 BBSSRTE £195.000 Merchants, Auctioneers, Wool Brokers* FINANCIAL AGENTS LAND AQENTS. GRAIN AND SEED MEBGHANTS, SHIPPING AOENTB ■t Agents for SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION 00., LTD, direot Line ol Mail and Cargo steaaaare to Lcndon and New York AdvsnGo'e made egainit consignments of Wool, Meat, Dairy Produce, or Live btoek or eale In the looal market or for shipment. Dairy Produce the South Island representatives of MESSRS MILLS. BPABROW & 00. Dairy Produce Merchants of London, and in this oonaeetion we are prepared to aoderielw shipments for LONDON on Ownera' account, or by direct from the prodaser. Highest pr ces given. "Melotte ,, Separator. We are Agents for this superior Separator, whioh ie aoknowlaged to be the molt im roved and uplodate Separator on the market. eninula Agent for MELOTE Separators—Mß. J. R. WHITE, Coach Boad, Little Bivec Chrletofauroh Sub-Agent .. .. .. W. H BENSON I |L ■■■MiiiiiM him ■■■■ >~ 1 Briscos had the experience of Duild- f■' _,_jf*~*"*~]' 'tj&-Sb&tyx*££l lni, 000 motor cars before he perfected his 'v/SPISbWBL • 111 '^s. ideal Iα the "Brlscoe." Hβ did it then by " y r-Wr«Bfc% i"{ ■\* * ' iffSlCr¥ ' combining the best features of foreign and A ■WTISHBBBBMMpPrM.. ) Americjui desiane. Honestly, the "Brtscoe* , matches in merit foreign care of the £400 - • > < j^gr class. * •» »| with Eledrie Self•ttdtter I , JUI U. » W i r.,,!,,, 4 ana uignts I 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 3501, 3 December 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3501, 3 December 1915

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