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ITOW TO SEC SPLKN' SECURE <m Armour Johnstone LIME j SPREADER, •'the best, and chr-ap?f.t Lime Spreader in commerce ioila.v," .'iikl thoroughly lino your grass la ml. Then semi rr. one 'of Frost and Wood's INVINCIBLE GRASS MOWERS, tlxyr-hmpc-l. and oHsic<trunning Mcvcr ninnufact ured. .1: Iho li-.w-.-.m priee possible: a::d then hi v r.ne 0.-' Fro-.? and Wood's THiEK RAKES .1 musi u-c.ful machine, at a trifling oeet. Yon will be delighted •with the rrsull;:. and prove yourself n progressive, and reliable farmer. KEILLY. 011,1.. AM. CO.. Sole Ajents for Otamo. NO NEED TO PUT A BRICK IX THE FIR [•PLACETO BAVE- COAL. Many People Adopt, this as a Means ot Saving C< Better Plan is to USE WAKONUI COAL. The Most Economical Con', •' Waronui " Coal is Moderate. hi Price. You can burn it libera'lv without, incurring heavy expense'. •■ Wuronui" cost? only lis 6d cash for half-ton, delivered in C.'iiv. It is Clean, Hot, Last.insj. Easily the Best Value Coal. All Coil Merchants, or Tel. 317. ULUURY FORWARDING COMPANY, LIMITED. Ofiire: No. 7 Crawford street .'X.Jj. Disunites Company Building;). F.XPEKT PACKERS AND FURNITURE REMOVERS 5 . By Rail. Road, or S?a. This Class of Work a Ppcciali Telephone: Office, 2,304: after 5 p.m., 1,128. THE 'Star' Garden Annual, specially written to iiiifc iocal requirements; practical notes and answers to questions on gardening. One shilling, all booksellers. I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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