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Only /CX^ Distilled!! jL holla§| J Only Bottled in HOLLAND

LOST — AUSTRALIAN COOKATOO. Finder kindly return to SING CHOW, Akaroa. LADY desiroa quiet Board and Residence near Beaoh for self and two children from 29th Daoember.—MßS WALTER ROBINSON, Church Road, Opawa. BAILWAY NOTICES, NEW ZEALAND KAILWAYB. ON 27th December an exoureion train leaves Chrietohuroh for Jjittle River at 9 30 a.m., arriving Little River 11 25 a m. It returns from Little River at 6 20 p.m. arrive Christohuroh 810 p.m. The evening train to Little River will leave Cbristohnreb at 6 10 p.m.. Little River arrive 8.20 p.m. For fuller particulars see bills. BY ORDER.

Analysis-FAT 16 per ctnt, PEOIEJD 14 per e<nt, CABEO BILEAIES 57 per cent—Toiol 87 percent. . 01 the total Carbo Hydrates in Ceremilk 90 per cent is absorbable by tbe digestive organs of the calf OEREMILK is prepared frem tbe finest Cereals with ecientiCo care and the proteid ekments are ench that artificial feeding does not cause scour. Mr Hugh Smith (Director Southland Farmers' Co op), eays:—"ln Ceremilk yeu have certainly produced a perfect substitute for t? hole milk for calves. I used nothing else last season, with excellent results. I heartily recommend it to sll dairy farmers." STOCKED BY YOUR STOREKEEPER. Ford and Mirams, iuhinb * oowAHi. Wholesale Agents. ChrUtchtnxh Qereal Mille, Inveroarglll and Gore I i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915

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