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PUBLIC NOTICES' PENINSULA WAR FUNDS APPEAL. A GENEBAL MEETING of the Akaroe ■£■»- Branoh will be held at 8 p.m TONIGHT (Tuesday) in the Borough Council Chambers. Business—To receive report. G. W. THOMAB, Hon. Sec. DENTAL NOTICE. MR W. W- MoPHERSON will visit Akaroa next week, Monday to That s< day, February 14th to 17th, and may be consuited at Miss Jenkins, private boarding bouse. Nitrous Oxide Gas administered for the painless extraction of teeth, A SOUND AND SAFE IMVESTMEHT 6% CUMULATIVE PREFERKNOB BHAREB fgIHE Reserved Balance of an issue of -a 50,000 £1 Shares in a Prosperous Manufacturing and Trading Company, WHICH HAS PAID REGULAR DIVI DENDS FOR SIXTEEN YEARS, now offered to provide additional working capital for increasing business. They are Preferential both as to dividends and capital, and have a security of £150,000 worth of sound, realizable assets behind them. NEWBURGH BEST & Co., SHAREBBOKERB • CBRISTCHURCH

BANKS PENINSULA RABBIT I BOAKD Of TRUSTEES. I "XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on 1-LN and after FEBRUARY Ist, 1916, all ratee due to the Board mast be paid to Mr Joseph Wallace, 171 Casbel Street, Christohurch. ALL BATES unpaid after Maroh 14th, 1916. will BE SUED FOB with 10 per aent added. JOSEPH WALLACE, Clerk. H. MATBON & CO. X ITTLE BIVER SALE. jLJ TUESDAY NEXT, Special Entries Comprise On atcount of Mr Jstmoß Joblin A Consignment of BTORE CATTLE I Truck of RAPE LAMBS On Acoount of a Client 30 Fat Two-tooth WETHERS Further Entries Solicited. H. MA'R'NandCO I ITTLE RIVKR SIALE. TO-DAY. SPECIAL ENTRY— On aeoount of a Peninsula Client— 400 FORWARD BAPE LAMBS, a real good line FURTHER ENTRIES SOLICITED. H. MATSON AND CO. Auctioneers.

__ THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AQENOY CO, The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. LIMITED. ' Having purchased MB. ROBERT LATTER'S BUSINESS, invito your eupporti WOOf it ° UR STOBE IS UP-TO-DATE, SO ABE OUB METHODS. To prove this send us yonr dip, LlWe* Sinnlf. "Holt entries for Ihe-JDUVAUOHBLIiE STOCK ■»■■» l&tFvI&O SALE, whioh may be left with our representative, MR ROBERT LA , ' TER or our Travelling Agent, Mr FRANK F \HEY, Little River .™ e ,«J&,° ? o!d BaleH a * UTOLB RIVER and ADDINGTON, end shall be glad of your entries. OllS3l*l Ufa SllVff I_.SSffllfl £§38f«lffi Wβ shall be pleased to UIViCII Illtg eSllti BUS! B113 <9t11t99 oondoet these to your . entire satisfaction. We B«y COCKSFOOT, GRAIN, CHAFF Em for Cast* We Sell at gbass seeds, fencing wire, jwqol-presseb, I n^» c * BHBE J? Dlp . 00B N SACKS, BINDER TWINE, and &*OW@S3 KateSl everything you require on, a farm. W2C ARE SOLE AGENTS FOft5tS55 GALI,B DIP (WqoidNon.poisonous, Paste Poieonoas). UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD, (Fin, Employer.' Liability, eto.) n*n» Sh i? ep d !?. pad ' mMoDonaiire Dip have won at ell prinoipal chows this year, Inoluding Canterbury. Otagoj Manewatu snd Hawke'a Bay: G9 Ghampienehipe out of 83, i.e., 78 C 784 Awardß out of 986, i.e., 74% THISK THAT O¥EB New Zealand Loan and Meroanf Urn Ayenny Go* P ' Limited*. B Ei M EITTO Manager, Ohrietohurb

Analysis- FAT 16 per cent, PROTEID 14 per cent, OABBO BXDBATES 57 per cent—Total 87 pecoent "Of the total Catbo Hydrates in Ceremilk 90 per cent is absorbable the digeetive organsof the oalf OEBEMILK is prepared from the finest Cereals with ecientiSo care end ifce prptetd elements are euob tbtt artificial feeding does not cause eeour. Mr Hugh Smith (Direoioi Southland Farmer , Coop), B»ej-"Io Oeretnilkjreuhave certainlyprcxWda oerhot substitutefn, whole milk for oalvcs. I used nothing else bet season, with exeelfint rwntte. I heartily reoomaumd it to alFSfy BSSa? ■ BTOOKED BY YOUB STOBIKESPBB. Ford and IVlirams, h>. * im Wholesale Ajfenta. CHristchurck •i»l Ilills, IfiTWewßill M 4 Q«»

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3520, 8 February 1916

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3520, 8 February 1916

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