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PUBLIC NOTICES' j PUBLIC IWEETIWe. Your Mm mi couittry Cull YOU! A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the ODDFELLOWS' HALL, AKAROA. 1 ON WEDWESOAY MEKT 9 FEBRUARY 16m, IN THE INTERESTS OF RECRUITING. G. ARMBTRONG - Mayor MOTOR SERVICE. X PHILLIPS' MOTOR OAR Will run to Christohuroh ON WEDNESDAYS. FOR THE ADDINGTON MARKET Car leaves Akaroa at 7 a.m., and returns rom Chrlstdhurob 4 p.m. Fares—Return &l, single 15s. Will run to Little River other dayß, leaving Ikaroa 9 a.m. SPECIAL TRIPS CAN BE ARRANGED. Telephone No. 35.

PUBLIC NOTICES' ~~BANKB PENINRULA RABBIT BOARD OF TRUSTEES. NO.ICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that on and after FEBRUARY Ist, 1916, all ratee due to the Board must be paid to Mr Joseph Wallace, 171 Casbel Street, Cbristcburch. ALL RATES unpaid after Maroh 14th, 1916, will BE SUED FOR with 10 per cent added. JOSEPH WALLACE. Clerk. DENTAL NOTICE. MR W. W- MoPHERSON will visit Akaroa next week, Monday to Thuißi day, February 14th to 17tb, and may be consuited at Miss Jenkins, private boarding house. Nitrous Oxide Gas administered for the painless extraction of teeth, A SOUND AND SAFE INVESTMENT 6% CUMULATIVE PREFERENCE SHARES. THE Reserved Balance of an issue of 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 tbem. NEWBURGH BEST & Co, SHAREBROKERS i CHRIBTCBURCH

THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO, The New Zealand — Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. LIMITED, Having purchased MB. ROBERT LATTER'S BUSINESS, invite your supporti WOOI ° UB aTORE IS CP - T O- MTB . BO ARE OUR METHODS. Live Stook. Sle! wtioT^yt lhe :DUVAUCHELLE STOCK left with onr representative, MR ROBERT LA TER or our Travelling Mgeot, Mr FB&NK F-x HEY, Little Biver We also hold Sales at LITTLE RIVER and ADDINGTON, and shall be glad of your entries. Clearing and Lend Sales u i?rlour entire satisfaction. We Buy oooksfoot, grain, chaff Em for Cast* We Sell at GRASS SEEDS, fencing wire, jwool-presses, WT VS *»WflJl fflUfc SHRBp mp> QnBN BkQKB mmm TWINE> and HUOWe9« J%ai@S everything you require, on a farm. ! WE ARE SOLE ACCENTS FOR— MoDOUGALL'S DIP (Liquid Non.poisonous, Paste Poisonous). UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD, (Fire, Employers' Liability, etc.) Sheep dipped in MoDongall's Dip have won at all prinoipal shows this year, including Canterbory. Otago, Manawatu and Hawke's Bay: €9 Championships out of 83, i.e., W 734 Awards out of 986, !.«., 74% THIKK THAT OVER New Zealand Loan and Meroanf ile Agenoy Co Bf Limited* R L M KITTO Manft'gor, Ohristehurh

An»ly«i«-FAT 16 per oent, PBOTEID 14 per cent, CABBO HYDRATES 57 per cent—Total 67 percent Ot the total Carbo Hydrates in Ceremilk 90 per oent is absorbable by tbe digestive organs of the calf CEEEMILK is prepared from tbe finest Cereals with scientific care and the proteid elements are Buch tbat artificial feeding does not oause scour. Mr Hugh Smith (Direotor Southland Farmers' Coop), cays j—"la Oerenilk yen have certainly produced a perfect substitute for whole milk for calves. I used nothing else last season, with exoollent results. I beartily recommend it to all dairy farmers," STOCKED BY YOUR STOREKEEPER. Ford and Mi rams, Wholesale Agents. CHristchurch FLEMING A COMPAKf, ■ Cereal Mills,. Znvsroarglil and Goro

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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