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BOOTH, MAODON\LD & 00. I if*?* iS******- 5 i i-2 1 I MTSif \ , %_P* Sasaa -SEES £~i $J 1 . J !j ?{ $ fa I '^ : jj puts* pumping by wind power on nu entirely new footing, It removes the h it greatest drawback windmills ever had, viz, the necessity for someone J 'I having to climb tbe tower at least on ;o a week to oil bearings, eto. With | } the " 1 l B©©Tli SELF-OILER ' 1 \ : 1 I this job is AN ANNUAL ONE ONLY and o,n easier on then ! Tbe [y il OIL BATH in which the gears and spindles rotate \3 WATER PROOF, S !| DUST PL'iOOP, SUN-PROOF, FOOL PROOF, and with our SYPHON W ;!S PUMP the whole outfit is # 3 ABSOLUTELY AUTOMATIC ANJ SELF-GOVERNING \ & } I They cost but little (if any), more than the old "oi! once a we? k" type, | j are simpler in construction, better finished, and iuGoitt-Iy more durable. % j GBt the latest and best 1 £ I Write for Illustrated Pamphlet. Mention tbiߧl?aper. * . __ _____ .. i 1 NEW ZEALAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS 1 IS \ ' CHRISTCHURCH. 1 j ' ■ I | BRANCHE '--Auckland, Hamilton, Gisborne, -Easting**, Hnwero, Timru. ra \ J 1 W

j L, ns Fort y lilies; to the Gallon of.Petrol I J Starter and [ /f j ] f The price of petrol is up, and, if yon rim vouv r-... - v i sssmsm i 3 < v+4.l / + >.v „'„ ■- UJI -> Olll r ' u mucli, ir qmte a. big expense. 1 But a little two-seater '-Saxon" Gar, while soi-vi.w.- * * • 1 cars, is ve, y light o, mik ,' b "» i^-BK^ I If you own n big car, bur a little "{Saxon 11 as an PVft v,vi -, . . „ 1 own a side car, self it and Imy a "Saxon." ' y nmabcmt - Ii: • VOLr "Saxons" are selling like liot ( -ake« ; - ;i ),d every,,. SW( . ai , s by Ih , m There is one m our Garage tor you. (Jomo and sec it. 1 1 I Worcester Street, Christchurch - Arid at Auckfand |

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916

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