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iational Hortfag© and Igenoy tfo. of Hew Zealand? LiniitedOAPITAL £i i rjoo;000 BESEBVE £195,000 H©rct_«_ff_to, Auctionmmrß 9 Wool Broliers, FINANCIAL AGENTS LAHD AGENTi, GKAIN AND illD MERCHANTS, SHIPPING AGENTS Agent, for SHAW. SAVILL AND ALBION OO,__TD, direct Urn ot Mail »»« Cargo atoara N«~ York Adrsnoea mad. 9 gair,_oo aS i. Q r_ e -UoI Wool, M ea »,D_iry Produce, or Live b.ook or ea'e in tha local market er tor Bfelpment. Dairy Frod_ce the South Wand' representative* ot MESSRS MILLS 00 Djjjjgjaj Merchant* ol London and in this < LONDON oa Owasri' aooouoi, or by dirsot from i_o proauoor. _hju«° y "Melotte" Separator. We are Agents for this superior Separator, which is aoknowleged to be the rooatim I roved and up-to-date Separator on tha market. aninula Agent for MELOTE Sspsrators-MB. J. B. WHITE, Coaeb Road, Litlit River Ghriatchurch Sub-Agent .. •• •• *• H BENSON

l_„SC!flß_', y—~y~-rrri f*^>„«, ~~"r)' 1 Briscoe had tho experience of build- (>. s —J T Tlf t^ST ln& .!-. 000 motor cars beforo he perfected his t j P / mi£Sk'^\ ideal in the "Briscoe." He did it then by J^«K^^^jgHßl/A combining the best features of foreign and J W*yi'pW -* )/ American designs. Honestly, the "Briscoe" k\_^fe|j[ajß__m^jL—^ matches in merit foroijrn cars of _;• £400 © class. /_■■''_ _* ®-**\ £275 (uesxt er>£f Iroiisrj c*** <^ Ik with Electric Self ttarter r LTD. — «» an j Light* Worc«>t«r Street Christchurch, and at Auckland 1

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3514, 18 January 1916

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3514, 18 January 1916

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