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FOIUIES, LIMITED. Btij at Hud' Sa¥c Mousy. Provisions Hardware RICE ME&L, SUCCROSINE, MOLASSES. Rice Meal Iα 1{ cwt. sacks at 10s. ASK FOR PRICE LIST.

" THE TARJtNAKI CHAMPIONSHIP WAS WON BY A COW MILKED FOR 3 SEASONS WITH THE II W X MILKER WHAT STRONGER RECOMMENDATION (JAN YOU GET? READ WHAT THE OWNER SAYS, Sentry Hill, 25th May, A W.B. Milking Maohine Co., Stratford. Sirs,— With reference to my cow "Pet," winner of the Butterfat Competition of the Stratford Show, she ha 3 been milked on your machine for three Beacons. She hi\3 tested from 0 to G 0 in fuU milk and is still milking on the machine, t-he is sound in uvery way. I have proved that the machine ir far ahead of the Bverage hand milker, and also that the yearly waetaßQ of cows is not greater than by hand milking. In the matter pf returns my cows have given a yield the last three seasons with tbe machines. Youra t uly, (Signed) A. B. LEECH. SAFEST, SIMPLEST, CHEAPEST IN UP-.KEEP. Copies of testimonials from local users, and all information from SOLE AGENT :-- W H E3 EI INI £a O f\J TATTERSALL'S ARCADE, CASHEL STEEET, CHRISTCHURCH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3548, 23 May 1916

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3548, 23 May 1916

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