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FORBES, LIMITED. ECONOMISE Ekiy.ai m m H Bum! H B Grooaries Crockery Pr@¥isi©iis Hardware RICE MEAJL., SUCGKOSINE, MOLASSES. Rice Meal in l{ cwt. sacks afc 10s. ASK FOE PRI€E LIST.

THE YARAifllCi CHAMPIONSHIP WAS WON BY A COW MILKED FOR 3 SEASONS £.£ m mm m mmt*. mm WITH THE H MILKER. WHAT STRONGER RECOMMENDATION CAN YOU GET v> BEAD WHAT THE OWNEII SAYS, Sentry Hiil, A W.R. Milking Maobine Co., My ' Stratford. Sins,— With reference to my cow "Pet," winner of the Butterfat Corapelitiou of the Stratford Show, sbe has been milked on your mnohine for three seasons. She baa tested Irom 6 to 6 6 in full milk and is still milking on the machine. She is sound in every way. I have proved that the mßohine ir far ahead of the average hand milker, and also (hat the yearly wastage of cowa is not Rreater than by hand railldog. In the matter of re urna my cowa have given a greater yield the last tbrre seasons with tbe maohine?. Yoim t uly, (Signed) A, B. LEECH. SAFEST, SIMPLEST, CHEAPEST IN UP-KEEP. Copies of testimonials from local users, and all informa tion from BOLE AGENT: — wV » E I - BsssEsa § <6ek>3* %%%&' n TATTERSALL'S ARCADE. CASHEL STBEET, CHRISTCHURCH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3547, 19 May 1916

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3547, 19 May 1916

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