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iafional Mortgage and Agency of Hew Liiniteii a 1 ■ CAPITAL £1> 000;000 RESERVE £195.000 Merchants, Auctioneers, Wool EroKers, JINASCIAL AGENTS LAND AGENTS. j GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, SHIPPING AGENTS Agents for SBA W. SAVILL AND ALBIOS 00., LTD, direct Line of Mail and Cargo Ueaaiers London to S e~ "Sork Advance, madt against eonsignmants ol Wool, Matt. Dairy Produce, or Live block or sab in ths local market ar lor ihipmcnt. Dairy Prodtace "Melotte" Separator. WeareAgentaforthisauperior Separator, which is acknowleged to be the moatim roved and up-todate Separator on the market. cninula Agent for MELOTE Separator-MR. J. B. WHITE, Coach Road, Little River '.__.,_«» W. H BENSON i Christohuroh Sub-Aaent .. •• •* ""* r- I Briscoe had the experience of onild- '''-.«—» _ Int..< 300 motor cars before he perfected his I f / h3Sh' r> % Ideal In the "Briscoe." .Ho did it then by f »^lfeS_____®lffi^ , -C'"\ combining the best features of foreign and _/ American designs. Honestlj, the "Briscoe" ?^^m^\t___^^^^^mi^^S^-^f matches is merit foreign car* of ths £400 © class. _^ - **^ -- ~ w, *^* > s. £275 yL^%*_^V«^j^^ W» _>Iffi> with Ekcttie Self-starter LTD. «' and Lights ® vor<-.«f«r street Cnristchurch, aud at Auckland ** }

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3516, 25 January 1916

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3516, 25 January 1916

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