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DOURNVILLE [egcOA. "THE LAST WORD IN COCOti is a high-clasa beverage, with an appealing, dis-. tirictive flavour. Prepared by qADBURY'S from the finest cocoa beans, under ideal conditions, at the Garden Factory, Bournville. Casjsets of highest quality Chocolates free to users. Get a Ooupon Starter now.

! CUSDIN & COS ROYAL LINE OF < COACHES EARIiY COACH SERVICE. MESSRS CUSDIN & CO. wiVn to an 'nounce that their coaches wili run between Littlo Biver and Duvanchelle ou WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS to connect with the rarlv rnoring tra'_<••Little River, and to meet the lute trnithose two eveninps. Tho coaches wili 1r ye Dnvauehelle at 5 30 a.m. Intending patrons are requestpd to • .:• rnunicafce with Cusdin and Co., Diivauci '•■ the previous day. Altnroa patrons can m. ke arrangements to connect with the coach et Duvanchelle by communicating with Cued-n and Co, Duvanchelle. Every attention g.vcnto the delivery of parcels CUSDIN & C 0.,, PROPRIETORS. Pout* , . Address . Telephone Duvnucliellfl . 5 ••.■a,■ .' . ■ . • ''■■■:■' , ■ ■( ■::...■■ :■•':■, .-•■■'■„■.■ .-.-■' y.■■>'■■ J

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4379, 17 March 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4379, 17 March 1914

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