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BOOTS, MACDONALD & CO. 8888 HJI HS" I puta puuii-inir by wind pnwr on >uj entirely new footing , . It the «rHtifest. (1 *■»hiu:k windmills fv«r had, viz, th» npc ?i -pity for .-ompone having to climb ibe tower at !«*,•>& once v week tv oil hewing-, .n<c. With the B©©Tli SELF-aiLEA tbn j>b h AN ANNUAL ONE ONLY and an>*sier on then ! The OIL MATH in which the gears .uu] spindlea rotate ia WATER PROOF, DUST Pi-iOOF, SUNPROOF, FOOLPROOF, and with our HYPHON . PUMP the wbola outfit id ABSOLUTELY AUTOMATIC ANJ SELF-GOVERNING They cost but little (if nny), mors* than the ol<] "oil nooe a week" type, are pimnler in oonst.rnct.ioD, batter finished, nnd infinitely more durable. Got the boat t Write for Illustrated Pamphlet. Mentionjthia'jPAper. BOOTH, & CO. NEW ZEALAND DISTRIBUTING AGENTS CHRISTCHURCH. BBiNOHB •'- Auckland, Homilton, Giaborne, Hastings,'Hawera, Timru FORBES, LIMITED. ECONOMISE B^y sit BißiS SI BIS HfiA Save Money. Provisions . . Hardware RICE MEA.L, SUCCROSINE, MO L ASSES. ' ilice Meal in 1 \ cwfc. 10s. ASK FOR PRICE LIST. MOTOR KEPIIUS IHH HEIEHAL ' . EIiaiNEERIMa ■ HOTtiCSp, F. GOODWIN, AKAEOA. MR. K. GOObVVI iN. who is a qualified and practical Engineer, and has 31£KVM) HIB APPRENTICESHIP to the trade with the ARGYLE MOTORS, 'LTD., SCOTLAND, respectfully notifies the Motor Owners ot the Peninsula that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS IN AKAROA AS A GENERAL ENGINEER AND MOTOR EXPERT, and is prepared TO UNDERTAKE REL'AIUS OF ALL DILSOiiIPTIONS to Motors, Etc. The equipment of his work-shop in Lavaud Street, next to the Metropole Hotel is complete in UP-TO-DATE- MACHINERY, aud he asks that Motor owners will give him an opportunity to prove that he can DO THEIR REPAIRS in ft workmanlike manner, and save them the worry, delay and expense of sending their machines to Christchurch. ALL MOTOR ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED. F. GOODWIN, Proprietor.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXXV, Issue 3536, 14 April 1916

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXXV, Issue 3536, 14 April 1916

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