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BOOTH, MA«DONALD & CO. hou ajj ■■■ \ ■■■■ I Jul " OILER WINH!f II I Wf-ll'l JoPIJtFJI lliii if JIM J puts pumping by wind pow j r on an en irely new footing. _It removes the RrtaW. drawbaok windmills *ver h>d, viz, tbe necessity for someone having to Climb the tower at;lea*t ion;* a wetk'to oil bearings, otc. With lbs BOOTH SELF-OILEfS ibis job fa AN ANNUAL ONE ONLY, and an easier on then! The OIL BATH in Whiob the gears and spindles rotate is WATER PRC*OF, DUST PROOF, SUNPROOF, FOOL PROOF, and with our SYPHON PUMP the whole outfit is ABSOLUTELY AUTOMATIC AN3 SELF-GOVERNING They «oat but little. (iKny)f mole than the oid "oil once a week" type, are simpler in' construction, better finished, and infinitely more durable. Get the latest and ~ . .■,;:•.■—.■ r. -■», - --; for Illustrated Pamphlet. Mention^hisgPftper. BOOTH, MACDONALD & GO; REW ZEALAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS CHRISTCHURCH. BBANBHES-Auikland, Hamilton, Glßborna; flastingß, Hawera, Timrn.

m j_ ii i ■ i i . ' 'i I "" ", ' " ' r '*""' " ' " ' ' —* FLEMING AND SON . FLEMING & Sons, - .'■ 48, Manchester Street, ChristcH««"ch. Why pay more for your goods when you can buy for CASH at the following prices s— COLONIAL A.l BUGAB. 18* per ha* - Roented B.Jd per bar, FLOUR—Hacks 28/8, 100-8 H/6, 50's 7/6 11/6 per box KEROSENE-10/2 per ease ' Bxtraot Soap Powders, 1b per d- zen paokeis Curranta, 5d per lb Macaroni and Vermeeelli, 6d per paoket Snltanae, 6Jd per lb rinnary Be«d. 6ii per packet . ~/.'"•'.,'"..«■.■-■■.•■• Beaded Raisins. 64 per paoket Cb.iolLEd'rtd;2lb-baga 8i" - Letaoa and Orange Feel, 6sd per lb Cream of Tartar, best quality 23 Id per lb Biea, 2Jd per lb, 10s per bag Matobeß, (safety) 5d per paoket containing 13 Sana, 2£d per lb* Tapioca, S|d per lb boxes (not 10 boxes) Can4lea (Wex), 7d per lb Blue, square 7d per lb, bag 9d. Salmon Steak, half-pound ting, 6d Siarnh, Cnltnan's large packet* 2/9 Hertlngi in Tomato Bnuas, large tin lOd, Condensed Milk, Highlander 6d per tin 5/9 doz ■ uretnaU ~s|d. Cnmflonr. Prirnrbae 4'd per lb, Kipper()d : tin lOdl. email s£dJamn,, assorted 6£ per lb tin Frenh Herrinft*, 6Jd per tin Esaeneee, Flavouring 5d per bottle, large size Bonaa Metal IWi«b, 6d per tin ' Vanilla and Lemon 9Jd Magpie Stove Polinh (be»*:on market), Gulden Syrop,'7lb tins. 1/7, Treaole 1/5 4Adper»in ■' Knife Poli-fa,4id p«r tin Naeget Boot Polish, large tin 7Jd Kno's Fruit Hafts. 2/9 Flaked lliae, 6d per paoket Writing Pads, i lor la Jeyeg Fluid, large bottle 12|d ; Borax «oap. 5J.1 p»rbir ' ' r TKAK-1/3. 1/fiJ, and 1/9 per lb. Finest HiTDauntlosß Soap, 3 bars 1/2, 10/6 per box, prown Ceylon Orange Pekoe Tea, 8/11 per 30 bars sb box. Almonds, cooking 1/6 par lb, deosert 2/6 per lb SPECIAL FREE OFFER TO OUR CUSTOMERS -»iiCU; SEE GENERAL'CATALOGUE;'' Tf jou b»ve oar Large Illustrated Catalogue use it not, write to-day. It's ' Free. -mi , ■ -JU I—i—i 1 I—L... . ... . '", ■ ' ... '. " "g MOTOR REPAIRS AND GENERAL ENGINEERING WORKS, F. GOODWIN, AKAROA. MR. F. GOOD WI N ( who is a qualified and practical Engineer, and has SERVteD HIS APPRENTICESHIP to; the trade with the ARGYLE MOTJR3, LTD., SCOTLAND,, respectfully notifies the Motor Owners of the Peninsula that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS IN AKAROA A<* A GENERAL ENGINEER AND MOTOR EXPERT, and is prepared TO UNDERTAKE BErAIBB OF ALL DEBOBIPTIOjNB to Motors, Etc, The equipment of his work-shop in Lavaud Street, next to the Metropole Hotel is complete in UP-TO-DATE- MACHINERY, and he asks that Motor owners will give him "a£te opportunity to prove that he can ..-..• DO THEIK REPAIRS in a workmanlike manner, and save them the worry, delay and expense of sending their machines to Christchurch. ALL MOTOR ICCESSORIES SUPPLIED. ; < : i\ GOODWIN. ; „ -. Proprietor.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3532, 31 March 1916

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3532, 31 March 1916

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