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retuKinl lo i*l_i_k>k. ];!ay a f tol , R ,* noi -f stay in Cbiistcbuich- After two d.-.y? in tbo Bay, however, be'had to go in to ths Akaroa Hospital for treatment to bis knee. He was much benefitted by tho so.i trip, and upart from the knee trouble look* weil, and says he is feeling fit »f>nin.

/ . is? ' .- Analysis- FAT _G prr ctnt, IT.OTEJD U per ctnt, CAMO BYIRAIES 57 per cent-Tolal 87 percent. Of the total Carbo Hyd-ntes in Cereroilk 90 per cent, is absorbable by tbe digestive oigans of the calf CEREMILK ia prepared from the finest Cerrals with scientific care and tho proteid elements are et-ch that artificial feeding does not cause scour. . -Mr Hiigii Smith (Director Southland Farmers' Coop), says:—"ln Coremilk yen havo certainly produced a perfect smbsliUi.e foi whole milk i*.. r calves. I used nothing eiBO last season, with excellent results. I heartily recommend it to all dairy farmers." STOCKED BY YOUR STOREKEEPER. / ——_____-_______, fFoircl and IViira.iTis^ Fleming & company, Wholesale Agents, Christchurct* Cereal Mills, Inveroarßill and Oore

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915

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