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CRUSHED PEAS FOR POULTRY. OUR CRUSHED PEAS are rich in eggforming material (albuminoids)* und arc by far the best food to use in these days of dear wheat. We are having a strong and increasing demand, and advise all poultry raisers to order at once. Price, 10s 6d per sack, ex store. NIMAIO AND BLAIR, Triangle, Dunedin. LEGBANDS in four distinct colors; light, elron" and no chafing; Is 6d dozen. Skene and Fleming. ThOUGLAS Mixture, the finest Poultry MJ Tonic in the market; large bottles, is 60. Skene ana Fleming. . fTVRY our Pocket Poultry Punches; strong. X clean; excellent for marking clucks; each Is 6d. Skene and Fleming. TTtOUND.—Thomsen’s Health Food tor X Horses, fine tonic appetiser, removes Wo-ms; sample bags, Is each. Thomsons. TODND.-Hexts still laying well, thanks X 1* omson’s Mixture, sp cndid tome and ege-prcducer; 1 s tin. Thomson s. TilOUND—Thomson’s Lice Killer. Is fid r Charcoal, la Ed; Meat Meal, 2s fid Oyster Grit. Is; Cnrhcd Bones. Is 9d. TjtOUND. Cheap Fowl Feed, mixed grains F best value in town, 17s fid suck; splen did teed. Thomson’s. SILVER Wyandotte Pullets For Sale from 2 to 4 months old. P. Carolm Stafford street.

DISORDERED LIVER. ••For disorders _ of the liver and stomach there is no better medicine then Chamberlain's Tablets,” writes Mra Margaret J. 'Watson, Emerald, Q. “I suffered with bad htadnebes caused by ft disordered liver. Hearing my cus- ■ tomeift speak so h-ghly of Chamberlain's Tablets 1 thought 1 would try what they would'do for me. After the fiist few clones 1 noticed an improvement, aud after 1 had taken ft couple of boxes found inysolf quits relieved of headaches, whiuh havo not re- - turned **--f Advil

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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