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L:1 BOOTH, MAODOKALD & 00 WINDMILL pate pumping by wind power on en entirely new footing. It romovea the greatest drawback windmills ever had, viz, the necessity for someone having to olitnb tbe tower at least onoe a week to oil bearings, etc With toe BOOTH SELF-OILER this job ia AN ANNUAL ONE ONLY, and an easier on then ! The OIL BATH in which the gears and epindles rotate ia WATER PROOF, DUST PROOF, BUN PROOF, FOOL PROOF, and with enr BSPHON PUMP the whole outfit is ABSOLUTELY AUTOMATIC AND SELF-GOVERNING , T&«7 coat bat little (if any), more than the old "oil once a week" typo, "'are simpler in construction, better finished, and infinitely more durable. Gat the latest and best! Write for Illustrated Pamphlet, Mention tbia Paper. BOOTH, MAGDONALD & GO. NEW ZEALAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS CHR.ISTCHURGH. BBiNGHK3~-&nek!and, Hamilton, Glsboroe, Hestingfl, Hawera, Timra.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3525, 25 February 1916

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3525, 25 February 1916

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