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qooi =aonor 1 '' atooeaaa mi I MUFFINEER SET _Jt Tl !j Pegger Pot, » fi Cerebos Salt IM-asterd Pot with Spoor*. *l- each. Stewart Dawion 0 Co., <n. u Ltd., JSS» ; ooo====aona=== = aonoK===3oHoc*s^2 ( I ROAST HUTTON, roast J 1 and all other joints (hot or cold) t M a are rendered enjoyable and appetising I- | by the addition of T / LEA & PERRINS' I SAUCE I 1 has an exquisite delicacy imparted I I to it if a little of this Sauce be used. I < ft By Royal Warrant t* __WL_m_____ \"* \ WORCESTERSHIRE BUTTER, The United States Government recently purchased in MLondon and Manchester, from >. \ bulk Shipments five samples \Cy of the Choicest Australasian J 1 ;; >*'. butter, one of which was \ manufactured by the New -Q Zealand Dairy Association. I QJ The American experts 1 awarded the New Zealand \ " Dairy Association's Butter 91£ tr-"' points, as compared with points for the highest of the -3 . other four samples, and de-Vi=-H clared that it was equal, if "' * * not superior, to the best fresh * American butter, notwith- __ * standing the long exposure • "*-h and adverse conditions to which it had been subjected. j* This Celebrated Butter is of < j i local manufacture. It is * packed under the "New Zealand Dairy Association tS^ and "Anchor" Brands, and V=~—< is sold by all Dairymen and ' Storekeepers in the Province. THE NEW ZEALAND DAIRY ASSOCIATION LIMITED, Wholesale Depot: WELLESLEY STREET.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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