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I another Car I y»i "t Many a car that's good to sell once on ;| ■~-.. '"**~~~"**"'.' owner of a "PAIGE." cs P enence as c I 1 "?T MniM ( 2 5 i) rMC For a reliable Car DEXTER & CRGZIER I ■ moaei wjd at a moderate coft — — ; _ . 1 I "36" Model (36 hp) £385 the " PAIGE " is CHRISTCHURCH v and v Auckland I ■ 1"" I 1 ' We are aho agents for the Aristocratic''Cadillac" and the "OnUed States Tires" I A Perfect Substitute for Whole TVt Milk at One-third the Cost, f*mw w*"Tfr+gm '$& W Analysis of GILRUTH Calf Food /STY /Mlh^^^\ PROTEIDS Z .... 23 per cent Jf \/^^^^^^^ CA.RBOHYDKATES ... 83 per cent JSL f I'^'k Compare this analysis with any other and you see that mjJjt I .^iVP^ the GILRUTH CALF FOOD is about 50 per cent. I^WWU^uvWiU^v? richer in Fat and Proteinthe two most essential and WJmJ^^ most expensive ingr6dientsthan any Calf Food oq the yrJ^B^^ market P«.ie^«a. Calf Rearing Competitions 1O Awards | value &5O No. I~BLUt LABEL No. 2-REDLABEL Full particulars in every lag of 251b Bags 5/6 25IbBags6 - , 5 0lb „ 10/3 501b „ 116 Gilruth Calf Food '001b „ 20/- looib ~22/ Itia piep sud in l*o <jrtJ«itr. •Kγ. J. branded blue for feeding with skim milk ; and No. 2, bißr did ftt , , forffeding with eithercasein or cheese whey. Obtainable from. » N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Assn. of Canterbury, Limited. Chrietchurch —— — and— ~ Branches

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3447, 23 October 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3447, 23 October 1914

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