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'" '-1 _X "THE LAST WORD IN COCOf> Ib a high-class beverage, I N with an appealing, dis- I tinctive flavour. Prepared i by CADBURY'S from the fin eat cocoa beans, under ideal conditions, at the Garden Fac;tory, Bournville. Caskets of highest quality Choeo- ' lates free to users. . Get a Coupon Starter now. \ a/

I 'rftasiifiPi — 1 ;? ' V < ( tA*--^jA . CUSDIN &' COS ROYA LIKE OF 5 ' COACHES EARLY COACH SERVICE. *fc ./| ESSES. CUSDIN & CO. wish to. anLV?. no.unce rbnt their coaches will run between Liitlo Ti ver and Duvauohelle on WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS, , to connect with the earlyj moring train. at \ Little River, and to m*et the late.train on ; h those two evenings, Tbo/coacheß wili leave * 11 Duvauohelle at 530 a.m. * 11 Intending patrons are.re'quc-sted to com- ' municate with Cusdin nnd Co., Duvaucbelle, . . Ale previous day. Akaroa patrons can make '' rangements to connect with the coach at Duvaucheile by communicating with Cusdin and Co, Duvaucbelle. Evory attention g.vento the delivery of , paroels '■'■■. i CUSDIN & CO,, .■■■'■."'... PROPRIETORS. Postal Address ■' Telephone Duvaucheile /A No. 5 -■r.'i-ii-' -' .';. A t 11 ' ■--,; \

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4397, 19 May 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4397, 19 May 1914

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