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Public notices U ALWAYS_ AHEAD," THE BUCKEYE AGAIN TO THE FRONT. NEW SEASON^ MACHINERY DURING the coming season we shall sell the new Frameless Elevator Binder, a new Lowdown.and an improved Mower,none of which can be equalled by any manufacturer in the trade. We ask your consideration on the following EVIDENCES OF POPULARITY in New Zealand and at Home. In the Otago Witnesß of the 9th of April we inserted a challenge which woald decide at once which was the most serviceable Binder in New Zealand, and which had the largest sale. Publishing as a first instalment the names and addresses of the purchasers of 170 Binders — which list did not contain the full number of our purchasers in any one province (whilst the whole of the sales made in three important provinces were purposely withheld) — we challenged the Howard, Zeaiandia, and Triumph to show us one buyer J - for every ten purchasers of the Buckeye; fclornsby, one purchaser for every three Buckeyes ; Woods, Brantford and Deering, one each for every two Buckeyes ; Massey, two machines for every three Buckeyeß ; and the McCormick agents to compare sale lists. In other words we publicly claim to have sold last season : — 10 Buckeyes for every 1 Howard ] 10 do do 1 Zealandia 10 do do 1 Triumph 3 do do 1 Hornsby 2 do do 1 Deering 2 do do 1 Brantford 2 do do 1 Woods 3 do do 2 Masseys One Buckeye at least for every McCormick, an d although five months have since elapsed, no reply to our challenge has been received. Buyers will, of course, draw their own inferences. " How have the mighty fallen !" BEWARE OF OLD STOCK. A glance at the exports from the New York Custom-house will show that shipnents afloat are lighter than for years past, thus showing the amount of old stock to be disposed of during the coming sea|jjjb. In the jrat 4ufy shipping list the Eaokeye ship-

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Southland Times, Issue 11951, 23 January 1892

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Southland Times, Issue 11951, 23 January 1892

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