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"THE LAST WORD IN COCOA*, S 1 is a high-class beverage. •* with an appealing, disj tinctive flavour. Prepared by from the finest cocoa | beans, under ideal conditions, at the Garden Factory, Bournville. Gaskets of highest quality ChocoI lates fro© to users. ) I Got a Ooupon Starter now. | m ....' _±J

I ■■■''■ I ■•*"- "•■'""" I CUSDIN & COS ROYAL LINE OF ! COACHES EARLY COACH SERVICE. MESSRS CUSDIN & CO. with to announce that their coaebe? will run between Littlo River and Duvauchelle on WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS, to connect with the early moring train at Little River, and to meet the late traiu on those two evenings, Tho coaches wili leave Duvauchelle at 5 30 a.m. Intending patrons are requested to com municate with Cusdin and Co., Duvauchelle, the previous day. Akaroa patrons can make arrangements to connect with the coach at Duvauchello by communicating with Cusd'n and Co, Duvauchelle. Every attention givento the delivery of parcels CUSDIN & CO., PROPRIETORS. Postal Address Telephone Duvauchelle No. 5

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 3 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 3 February 1914

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