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! rjOT # NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP SHIELD :. For Steam Fire Engine (WET) DRILL. (THE BLUE RIBAND OF THE CAMP MEETINGS). ' Has, for the THIRD TIME BEEN WON ON THE "GREENWICH GEM" ENGINE, this year by Messrs Dickinson's Fire Brigade. This result establishes a further Record for MERRYWEATHERS" 'GREENWICK' GEM" STEAM FIRE ENGINE, as the.Shield • has been won, and second place obtained - AT THE RESPECTIVE CAMPS as'follows:,— ■1898 Camp, Blenheim Park—Leyton and Leytonstone. Fire Brigade, First; Windsor Fire Brigade, Second. 1599 , Camp, Perry Ban—Aldershot Fire Brigade, First; Leyton and Leytonstone Fire Brigade, ■ Second. . 1900. (No Camp held). 1901 Camp, Basingstolce—Dickinson's Fire '■ Brigade,. First; Nelson Fire Brigade, Second. . . ' ALL ON THE . "GREENWICH GEM" ENGINE. N.B.—The above facts speak volumes 'for the' extreme lightness, handiness,rapidity of action, and general simplicity of the "GREENWICH GEM," which picks up its water INSTANTLY. Among the special features of this type of engine are the position of (1) SUCTION AND DELIVERY CONNECTIONS (2) FIRE HOLE DOOR, and (3) MACHINERY. ALL IN REAR OF" BOILER. A Record extending over SO years shows that Merryweathers' Engines COST FAR LESS FOR REPAIRS and MAINTENANCE thnn those of other makers used by Home Fire. Brigades. MERRYWEATHER AND SONS, I LIMITED, FIRE ENGINEERS, T. H. HALL & CO., Sole Agents. fi E O R G B T U T T, TAILOR, MERCER, CLOTHIER, etc., Has Opened Up HIS NEW SEASON'S GOODS. LARGE VARIETY OF STRAW HATS. Note Address: GEORGE TUTT, Upper Symonds-st., Auckland. Telephone 1188.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XXXII, Issue 275, 29 November 1901

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XXXII, Issue 275, 29 November 1901

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