As a result of the dry season the lakes in the Rotorua district aro very low. The hot springs and geysers at Wairakei and Whakarewarewa aro unusually active. -
Purify Strength and rlavourare combined in })o other sle approached if in Qualify. Revive Your Flowers! Put New Life Into the Grass. A shortage of water soon displays itself intho parched appearance of things in your Garde n. Spend a few shillings in getting a Hose and Jet from ns. With these you can remedy Nature’s shortcomings at a moment’s notice, and keep your Flowers attractive and your Grass fresh. Garden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, Roses, and Jets of All Descriptions. HOSE. —In Canvas, Plain Rubber, or Wire-proteoted Rubber Hose. Rubber—North British Company’s best. Cam r as—Strong, close, and liGcivy. LAWN SPRINKLERS. —For Bowling Greens, Lawns, Gardens. Rotary or stationary; throwing fine misty sprays or heavy spray. All are portable. SLIP-ON UNIONS. —Obviate special screw conneotion?'r . ■ -Pon’l oome off. The harder the pressure, the firmer they stick. PRICES AND ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN. A. & I. BURT. LTD. Stuart Street Dunedin.
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