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PATENTS.

Henry Hughes, Limited, patent and trade i^arHs agents (authorised by the iHaw Zealand government), reporGs the following list of patent applications in New Zealand as compiled from Government Gazette of 11th July:—Auckland: M. Corcoran, milk releaser; G. Shaw, hatpin point protector; A .Ross, letter box; K. Bromwich, picture, etc., hanging ; T. Heath, boot lace securing; W. Boulton, curtains, etc., displaying; A. Makgill, lavatory stand, etc.; It. Roberts, milk delivering from milking machine; O. E. A. Arndt, birds restraining from settling on roofs; J. E. Friend, rotary engine; S. Milne, seed sower; Moore and Wills, acetylene generator; F. Parsons, gas pendant stem; E. Peacocke, milk measurer and tester; A. Lennox, double headed nail; J. Treloar, milk measurer and tester; Johns and Bannister, variable driving gear for motor cycles, etc. ; G. F. Fellows, obtaining gold, etc., from ironsand ; W. Wilson, opening theroas by steam; J. Cochrane, pasteurisation of milk. Wellington: Humphries and Wilshire, ironsand preparing from melting; J. Rankine, steam valve; R. Carter, clothes washing ; C Shaw, gas main pressure raising; A. McDougall, closet flush; G. Vaughan, washing fluid; W. Keiller, matchbox; Wallis and Foy, hinge; J. Home, shear legs, etc., loading ; Nixon, Grant and Riddles, saw bench rotary cutter; H. R. Jenkins, teat cup; Eruptite Safety Explosives Co., Ltd., explosive; E. Peacocke, milk testing and measuring device; B. Howard, collapsible bag; R. Burn, internal combustion engine; D. Lea, foot rest; G E. Cluett, fencing standard or dropper ;W. Leighton, slasher; C. Tuck, claw bracket for milking machine: H. White, girder bracket or support; Ridd Milking Machine Co., Ltd., delivery of milk from milking machine. Canterbury : Croxford and O'Halloran, petrol ejector; P. Cairns, hatpin point protector ; Collins, Russell and Kerr, explosive engine cylinder; A. and E. Smith, thermostat; W. Rae, tine harrow; W. Elsom, wringer; A. Craddock, clothes line; C. Wearn, label or tag; T. Irwin, soap cake; T. Hement, closet flushing valve; F. Delsie, ladder slipping prevention; R. and S. Maddern, flax drier and bleacher; Shepherd and Reese, lead head nail smanufacture ; C Burroughs, teat oup; T. Foster, variable gear; A. Deucher, money box Murray and Triggs, explosive shell ; Maude and Sloman, ship's propeller governor; G. Watson, roller hauling; J. Kilkenny, stove rack; E. Shoard, stove brush; H. Smith, boot, etc., pounding machine; E. Moss, governing setting fire alarm thermostats; Croxford and O'Halloran, projector for filling motor cycle tanks; H. 13. Williams, securing spare rim to motor vehicles; J. Whall, lifting jack. Otago: G. Cleave, disc coulter; F. Luzmoor, rail joint; Marr and Warner, bicycle, etc., gear altering ; J. Cuttle, wire tightener ; A. Woolnongh, hinge; J. Waters, ectg preserver; A. Taylor, hat fastener; H. Twemlow, hand truck and wive reeler; H. Searle, tin tan and piercer; E. Hayes, straining wires; J. Tait, water circulator for boilers; M. Donnelly, measurements for cutting out garments : Rennet and Morgan, revolving over shelf.

The lirrn of Henry Hughes, Ltd., has been established for <->ver 25 years, and handles the bulk of New Zealand natpnf business. Cend for free pamphlet. "AriviVe to Inventor-?." Offices: ]/>7. street. Wnllinp-ton : 103 Queen «fr<?fit. Auckland: 128. He'-ef^vri ptn«>t Ohri=tr.hnrch; and A.M.P. Build ings, Dunedin.

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PATENTS., Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume LXIII, Issue 0, 30 July 1912

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PATENTS. Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume LXIII, Issue 0, 30 July 1912

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