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rmmrn —n~~» —i--ih ir. rnw it. NEW ZEALAND’S FIRST RLOW' AT A GERMAN INDUSTRY. 1 It, v ill lio worth while in the i window o: Xeii’s Jjistx'ns-iry, eon.cr of 1 George and Pt. Andrew street?, to-day, ‘ Thr-v- Mill fee c."p>i portion of ilie fust, batch >■; Sugar of Milk made in Mow Zealand. and. Ur that cotter, in the Southern Hemisphere. The Mew Zealand Sugar of fvliik and in Comi.'unv. of HiuioUiu and Edendale, have their works in running order at, ’ Kde.ndale. and the. industry oi tho niauufacturc oi Sugar of Milk is now cslabii>hed. The quality of the Sugar of Milk is equal to any made elsewhere, and the cUreeuns hope in a. few weeks’ time to have, satisfied all tho urgent demands that a shortage of supply occasioned by the war has created it* Mew Zealand.—£Advt.]

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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