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f AN6DOW3TS famous All-food Chickens’ JLJ Food: no grit, no rubbish. Agents: ?. Csiolin, Stafford street, and Chas. Bills, George street. OPRATT’S Incubators, Leg Bauds, Toe O Punches, and all kinds Chicken Pood stocked. Chin. Bills, George street. f I THOMSON'S Poultry Mixture, ideal moultX ing tonic, stimulates egg production; Is tin; use it always. mHOMSON’S Powdered Lice Killer, deadly X stuff; should bo used plentifully now on; Is 6d tin Thomson’s. f I THOMSON’S Chiek Food; no dust, no X rubbish, all feed; In bag. Ask your grocer. /"IHEAPEST Fowl Feed on market, 15s W sack; mixed grains, alt feed; ask your grocer. Thomsons. WHITE Leghorn and White Orpington Settings..—l 6 well-mated pens for IclectiMi; 25 per cent, reduction all end-of-scasoo settings: White Orpington broodies; write for catalogue. J. Adamson, poultry breeder, Maori Hill. , LEG Bands in four distinct colors; light, strong, and no chafing; Is 6d dozen. Skene and Fleming. DOUGLAS Mixture~tho finest poultry tonic in the market; large bottles Is 6d. Skene and Fleming. _______ *CI AND F." Chicken Food, Iho best on O* the market; all growers, or Skene and Fleming. IJ'OR SALE. Pen White-Leghorns ;6 hens ? and cockerel). Black Orpingtons, Silver Wyandottes 25s pen. Coxon, St. Clair. FOB SALE. Broody ~Hens, Apply 41 Peter street, Caversham. WHlTETeihonTEggs (Padman-Nixon’s strains), 5s setting; posted, 6s. J. Shrimpton. Balmacewen road, Maori Hill. RHODE ISLAND Beds.--Great winter layers, very hardy; settings, 5s and 7s 6d. "Green, 679 Cumberland street. OK SALE, 6 White Leghorn Pullets, mated cockerel; also Leghorn Chicks. 82 Filzroy street, South Dunedin.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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