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LANQDO'WN'S famous All-food Chickens’ Food: no grit, no rubbish. Agents: P. Carotin, Stafford street, and Chas. Bills, Qeorgo street. FOR SALE, Four Indian Runner Ducks and Drake; pure bred. Apply Lambert’s Store, St. Clair. XJHODE ISLAND Reds, unsurpassed genejLV ml utility fowls and winter layers; settings, ss, 7s 6d. Green, 679 Cumberland street. TRY our 'Pocket Poultry Punches ; strong, clean; excellent for marking chicks; each Is 6d. Skene and Fleming. WHITS Leghorn and White Orpington Settings.—l 6 well-mated pens for selection) 25 per cent, reduction nil end-of-seaeon settings: White Orpington broodies; write for catalogue. J. Adamson, poultry breeder, Maori Hill. "jl/pNORCA Eggs.—Settings For good laying strain. J. W. 20 Bowen street, Musselburgh. Sale, ss; Thomas, FOR SALE, strong Leghorn. Chicks; best laying strain. Apply M’Guire’s Store, Qlen road, Mornirgton.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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