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School Building Akaroa coming rl AiifM vnn qAT.TC—AII olasses of Building Materials, Roofing Iron, Weather 0 fl W H Bawd" Flooring, Windows, Doors, Scantlings. Bricks, eto. Wwllll _oara.,riow.u ß , Apply HAIGH, Contractor.

A Perfect Substitute for Whole JTIJfJT H Milk at One-third the Cost- /v__ _ |v W 1 JSL %Jf\JfmJp St*"*-* SK Analysis of GILRUTH Calf Food /y~V m^^^^^ FAT .... .... 20 per cent vL«_f /^^^^^P^^^ PROTEIDS .... .... 23 per cent I CARBOHYDRATES 33 per cent Tg# f V__PH' 1-f l_-r-_ I ,- pfy n Compare this analysis with any other and you see that )6l__M C&IV-GS 1 the GIL RUTH CALF FOOD is about 50 per cent. **WTM^ richer in Fat and Protein-the .two most essential and WJfM^^ most expensive ingredients, than any Calf Food on the \&MEGr market Prices: Calf Rearing Competition : IO Awards ■ 1 1 B value &50 I Ho.l-BLUt LABEL No. 2-REO LABEL ISlf particulars in every bag of I |5,b Bags 5/6 251b Bags Gilruth Calf Food I loo,b » 20/ ' ,00,b » j It in prepared in two qualities. No. 1, branded blue for feeding with skim ■ N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Assn. of Canterbury, Limited. < Christchurch and — Branches

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4427, 8 September 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4427, 8 September 1914

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