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*M"i^4»|"l»M'*'M'4"&**»4^'t'4'**4"l^ SPEND OUT ON A RELIABLE. THIS SUMMER OF DOORS HIGH GRADE ENGLISH CYCLE HE days are lengthening out—sunshine getting less of . a stranger—summer will soon be here. Don't spend your time at home when the sunny days call. . . Ride a Cycle for Health, Pleasure, and Economy. With a reliable Cycle you will be; able to make the most of every hour of leisure—-get right away from your everyday surroundings to new scenes and interests—refresh- yourself in mind as well as in body. > * Monarch Special Cycles Ladies & Gents Roadsters. Racinq Models. 3/9 & OUR FAMOUS "MONARCH SPECIAL" ROADSTER CYCLES are built for hard service, and built the right way too. The best of ideas in design, and the best in material, construction, and skill go to produce these machines wich have Weldless Steel Tube Frames, Eadie Coaster Hubs with Back-pedalling Brakes; Reversible Handle-bars; Three Coil Spring Saddles; Reynolds' or Perry Chains; English Tyres (Guaranteed for 15 months, the tyres of most Cycles are guaranteed for only six months); Rubber or Rattrap Pedals; Rear Reflectors; Pump and bag of Tools. The Cycle will reach you ready fitted up for riding. Send us 3/9 Deposit, and we will forward FREIGHT FREE TO YOUR NEAREST STATION a "MONARCH SPECIAL" Roadster Cycle (Lady's or Gents.). Give the machine a thorough riding test for Seven Days, and if at the end of that time, you are not absolutely satisfied with it return it at our expense, and we will refund your deposit; but if you decide to keep the Cycle, you will undertake to pay for it at the rate of 3/9 per week for 54 weeks (Gents Cycle) or 57 weeks (Lady's Cycle). This British-made racing model for 3/9 Down and 3/9 per Week. Such an Offer has never before been made in the Dominion, and is certain to appeal to hundreds of young men who have no intention of going in for road racing, but who prefer a racing model for their general riding. This type of machine is strong, yet light and speedy, and has that smart, rakish appearance characteristic of the racing cycle. Sen d 3/9 Deposit and one will be DELIVERED FREE to your Nearest Station. Ride the Cycle for Seven Days, and if it does not give you absolute satisfaction in every way return it at our expense, and we will refund your deposit. But if, as we anticipate, you decide to keep the cycle, you will undertake to pay for it at the rate of 3/9 per week for 62 weeks. feMWJ 3/9 a Week mm BS3 wmz ~i mp anaagfflng IWiii'iifr^

SUTTON'S HAVE JUST ARRIVED PLEASE ORDER EARLY. PLEASE ORDER EARLY. MANGOLDS, SWEDES, SOFT TURNIPS, RAPE, KALE, CABBAGE, CARROTS, SILVER BEET, CHOU MOELLIER. PRIZES WON IN NEW ZEALAND DURING 1927: DUNEDIN—I 927: All the Prizes for Mangolds (48 entries). All the prizes for carrots. t All the Prizes for cabbages. All the Prizes for collection of roots. WAIKATO—I927: All the Prizes for Yellow Mangolds (25 entries). All the Prizes for Long Red Mangolds. (9 entres). All the Prizes for any variety Mangolds (31 entries). All the Prizes Mauku Mangold Competition. The 25 Guinea Challenge Cup for Mangolds. Prize Winner. 1927 100 GUINEA CUP WON WITH SUTTTON'S SUPERLATIVE SWEDE. PALMERSTON NORTH—:AII the prizes for cabbage and Kale. for carrots (17 entries). Sixteen prizes SUTTON'S CUSTOMERS HAVE WON OVER £43,000 IN PRIZES AND OVER 1000 MEDALS. FRftNK PERKINS & So. PUKEKOHE AGENTS.

Business Notices. GERMOL DISINFECTANT FLUID. For all household purposes. Many times stronger than pure Carbolic Acid according to the Germ on which it is I tested. I The cheapest and most efficient disinfectant on the market. It does not i injure the skin. It Is a coal tar preparation and •when tested on typhoid germs Is thirteen times the strength of pure carbolic. The price is 6/8 per half gallon, 12/- per gallon, special quotations for larger quantities. For further particulars apply— D. R. HAMILTON, General Agent, Hall Street Pukekohe. Phones: Office 330. Private 169. Representing Public Trustee, Booth - MacDonald, N. Z. Loan & Mercantile Land Department.

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Franklin Times, Volume XVIII, Issue 106, 14 September 1928, Page 3

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Franklin Times, Volume XVIII, Issue 106, 14 September 1928