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AKAROA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, Summer Show. THE ANNUAL BUMMER SHOW will be held in the Akaroa Odd fellows' Hall on TUESDAY, Jan. 4, 1916. Entries will be taken at the Odd fellows' Hall on MONDAY EVEN ING from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., and on TUESDAY MORNING up to 10 a m. Schedules of Entries can be ob tamed from the Hon. See. In the Evening A PROMENADE CONCeRT will be held. REFRESHMENTS: Afternoon Tea and Sapper oan be pro cured in tbe Hall. 11 Proceeds in Aid of tbe Peninsula War Funds Appeal. Lady Residents are asked to bring Refreshments. PRODUCE STALL In addition to the other attraotions a Produce Stall will be opened, where I produce will be on sale for tbe bene fit of the No. 1 Peninsula Soldiers' Queen Fund, Bring Produce and buy other people's to help a good cause. Auction Sale of Fruit, Flowers, and Vegetables. F. ARMBTRONG, Hon. Sec.

PUBLIC NOTICES' . AKAROA COUNTY FETE. WHOLE HOLIDAY IN AKAROA. AS the Akaroa County Fete, will be held at Duvauchelles in aid of the PeninInanla War Funds Appeal on TBURBDAY. January 6th, 1916, a WHOLE HOLIDAY will be observed by the Shopkeepers and Residents on that day. G. ARMSTRONG. Mayor. Thursday, Deoember 30th. 1915. AKAROA COUNTY COUNCIL. COCKSFOOT ON SUMMIT ROAD. riHENDERS ARE INVITED for the Right to Cut Cocksfoot i * ' on the Summit Road (Three Sections). Conditions of Sale, which are the same as in previous years, may be seen at the Counoil Chambers, where tenders will be received until 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, 6th January. G. H. O'CALLAGHAN, County Clerk. DENTAL NOTICE. IIVfR R. a. Dental Surgery i-VX will be CLOSED for tha Christmas Holidays from Friday, 24tb Deoember, to Tuesday, January 4th, 1916.

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■"?■ PH' 'TIB H JWl»_^ F'Blilw& Jill % » ULalLi LjJ; fißr* -G.&#*-*u, Analysis- FAT I'G per ctnt, PBOIEID 14 per cent, CABEO HYDRATES 57 per oent-Tetal 87 percent Of the total Carbo Hydrates in Certmilk 90 per cent ib absorbable by tho digestive organs of the calf ■j i*/ ; , CEREMILK is prepared from the finest Cereals with scientific caie and the proteid elements are such tbat artificial feeding does V ( ' not oauße Boour. Mr Hugh Smith (Direotor Southland Farmers' Co op), says :—-"In Ceremllk yeu have oertainly produced a perfect substitute for "\ & **- '* 016 m< ' or oalveg ' l ÜBed DOtD,D B else last season, with excellent -results. I heartily recommend it to all dairy farmers." STOCKED B? .YOUR STOREKEEPER. Ford and IVIi rams, Wholesale Agents, Christchufch F&TSM INO A - COMPANY, *-* wwnurcn yeftl Milli, lunmtfiill and Ctora m~' ■ ■ . : *■' — ; ■ ■ -*-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3510, 4 January 1916

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