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WHITE Leghorn and."White Orpington Settings.—l 6 well-mated pens for selection; 25 per cent, reduction all end-of-season sotting*: White Orpington broodies; write for ca'taloeue. J. Adamson, poultry breeder, Maori! Hill. ■ LANGDOWN'S famous All-food Chickens' Food; no grit, no rubbish. Agents: P. Carolin, Stafford street, and Chas. Bills, George strectt TRY our Pocket Poultry Punches; strong, clean; excellent for marking chicks; each Is 6d, Skene and Fleming. LEG Bands in four distinct colors; light, strong, and no chafing; Is 6d dozen. Skene and Fleming. DOUGLAS Mixture, the finest poultry tonic in the market; large bottles Is Bd. Skene and Fleming. " Q AND F." Chicken Food, the best on 0» the market; all grocers, or Skene and Fleming. BROODY 'Hens, 5s each (guaranteed); Sitting of Duck Eggs, 2z 6d; Pekin, 4s. For Sale, Sonntag's,_ Brockville. S~ALEr6 Rhode Island Pullets, 1 Cockerel (unrelated), 12 months, together, separately. Green, 679 Cumberland street.

At tho police court- of a provincial French city an old poacher was condemned for the twentieth time. At the moment that the gendarmes led him away he said to the Judge in benevolent voice : " Don't bo disturbed, Judge. Yon shall have your j»ani« all the same for dinner this evening." ■\Vhen you have a siclc headache take Chamberlain's 'lViblets; their marvellous influence on the iiver and bo weld put an end to it everjr time.—CAdvt.J

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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