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BOOTH, \I\ODONVLD & CO _______ ' „ ■■' , r>-*-^^Mili^U*} , \ p( puts pumping by wind power on an entirely new footing. It raisovps thp il-awback windmill had, viz, the necessity for ?om'>om> ri .ving ti climb the tower at lt-n«-t once a woek to oil bearing?, c.-c. With the' . Bt©TH SELF-OILER I ■thw job is AN ANNUAL ONE ONLY, and an easier on then ! The OIL BATH in which tbe gears and spindles rotate is WATER PROOF, DUST PROOF, SUN PROOF, FOOL PROOF, and with our BVPHON j PUMP the whole outfit is I ABSOLUTELY AUTOMATIC ANJ SELF-GOVERNING j They coat but little (if any), mire t.h«n the old "oil nnw a type, j ] are simpler in construction, better finished, and infinitely mor« durable. |1 Get the latest and best 1 ] Write for Illustrated Pamphlet. Mention this Paper. :> . ( i BOOTH, WIACDOMALD &CO 1 NEW ZEALAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS | CHIUSTCHURCH.. § •BRANCHES—AuckIand, Hamilton, Gisborne, Hastings, Hawero, Timru. H , —,—i-, jd I

THE LMTEST FOR COUGHS, INFLUENZA, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, NASAL CATARRH OR COLD IN THE HEAD, HAY FEVER, ASTHMA, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS, TOOTHACHE, NEURALGIA, &c. SOOTHES — -RELIEVES CURES ■ ' Allays that tickling, irritating Grips recent Colds ImmedlCoygh ateiy Gives wonderful relief in Bron- IJ ST\ T ok J hI SZ Phial trnuhtpc Wh,ch GhokeS the Bronch!a! clears the Nasal Pas- Singers and Pyblic Speakers sages In Catarrh or Cold in will experience great benefit the Head from its use "ACTS LME A CHAMBW» w -v EACH BOTTLE CONTAINS 60.FULL DOSES r" 3^^ "*■ MA"WAI 1 AJi ■ ELDON HOUSE, „"„.- •.bottle LtOL LONDON, E.C. . BOTTLE

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 17 March 1916

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 17 March 1916

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