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, W. D. WILKINS AND SONS r— , . :j AUCTION SALE. , jLE BON'S BAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1916 WE have been inetruoted by MR W. ARMSTRONG TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT MR W. CROTTY'S WOOLSHED, LE BON'S BAY, AH of hie HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, including— Dining Table, 8 Chairs, 1 Double Bed. 1 Three-quarter Bed, Chest of Krawere, Looking Glasses, Kitchen Table, Arm Chairs, Crockery, Kitoben Utensils, etc., I Copper, 2 Baths, Garden Tools, New Singer Sewing Maohine (treadle and drophaad), I Ton New Seasons Potatoes, Poultry STOCK— COWS IN FULL PROFJT r VEALER ,j 18-MONTBS ,J YKARLINGS T PET LAMB T GRAY MARE Other Entries are Solicited BUYERS WILL BE PRESENT. 9 W. D. WILKINS & SONS, Auctioneers,

DENTAL NOTICE. NOTICE is Hereby Given that Mr A F. C Williamson, Dentint, Mr R. A. Drarely, has been appointed by the Minister of Defence bb Official Dental Sur. peon at Akaroa for N.Z. Expeditionary Forces. IJ.C, WILLIAMSON, Dentist. Lavaud Street, Akaroa, B.P. THE NORTH CANTERBURY SHEEPFARMERS' CO-OPERAHVE FREEZING CO:, LTD. ! STOOK FOR FREEZING, rnHE DIRECTORS beg to inform Share-. 1- holders of tbe Company that Mr D. E LEFEVRE has been APPOINTED OUTSIDE STOCK REPRESENTATIVE. Ar. rangements can be made with the Company for drafting and handling clients' stock for freezing. F H LABATT Seoretary, 155, Hereford Sreet, Chistohurob. Telephone No. 678 MOTOR SERVICE. T PHILLIPS' MOTOtt CAR Will run to Chrisfcohuroh ON WEDNESDAYS. FOR THE ADDINGTON MARKET Car leaves Akaroa at 7 a.m., and returns from Cbristdburob 4 p.m. Fares—Return &1, eingle 15s. Will ran to Little River other days, leaving Akaroa 9 a.m. SPECIAL TRIPS CAN BE ARRANGED. Telephone No. 35.

THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO, The New Zealand —— Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. LIMITED, . Having purchased MR. ROBERT LATTEB'S BUSINESS, invite your Bupporti Hlffließl ° UR STORE IS UP-TO-DATE, SO ABE OUR METHODS. """" To prove this eend us your dip, ' ' . r- ' I HW«ik Cfc-fvoirffcte- Wβ soHoit entrios for the :DUVAUCHELLE STOCK ILJV© «£&TO©i&B bALE. which maybe; left with our representative, MR. ROBERT LA TER or our Travelling Agent, Mr FRANK F-vHEY, Little River We alao hold Sales at LITTLE RIVER and ADDINQTON, and shall be glad of your entries, Ulw«3B BSIQS edillli gaCillti <*3P«SIt*«» oonduot these to your entire satisfaction. We Buy cocksfoot, grain, chaff exo. for Cast* . W«p> S.p»ll s%# GRASS SEEDS. FENCING WIRE, |WOOL'PRESSES, " c * 3 "™ *»«• SHPEP DIP, SACKS, BINDER TWINE, and LOWeS* J&£&i@S3 everything you require on a farm. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FORMoDOUGALL'S DIP (Liquid Non.poisonous, Paste Poisonous). UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. (Fire, Employers' Liability, etc.) Sheep dipped in MoDougall'a Dip have won at all prinoipal chows this year, including Canterbury. Otago, Manawatu and Hawko's Bay: / C 9 Champiensbips out of 88, i.e., 78' 734 Awards out of 986, i.e., 74% THINK THAT OVBB lew. Zealand Loan anil iieroasntile Ag©n©y 6®»? Limited. B L M KITTO Manager, Chriatohurh

Analysis- FAT 16 per cent, PBOTEID 14 per cent, OABBO BYDBATES 57 per cent—Total 87 percent Of the total Carbo Hydratee in Ceremilk 90 per cent is absorbable by the digeetiTe organs of the calf CEF.EMILK is prepared from the finest Cereals with scientific care and the proteid elements are such that artificial feeding does t not oause scour. Mr Hugh Smith (Director Southland Farmere , Coop), eayet—"ln Oereailk yeu have certainly produced & perleot substitute for whole milk for oalves, I uaed nothicg elee last eeason, with eioellenS; reanlte. I heartily recommend it to all dairy farmers." BTOCEED BY YOUB STOBBKEEPBB. Ford and Mirsirns, lira. * oomfa«t. Wholesale Agents. Cbristchureh Ctresl Mille, ] IsTirearcill and Gknre , ' <}'■ ■ . ■

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3523, 18 February 1916

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3523, 18 February 1916

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