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FOR SALE, THE PURE-BRED JERSEY BULL r>o]sr juan, calved May 31, 1882; whole coloured; sire, The Pride of Auckland; dam, Jenny; eire, The Marquia (imported); granddam, Suez (imported). Jenny took lat prizu at the T.A.G.S., December, 1880; and Champion Prize at the Milking Cod tost, T.A.G.S., 1880; also, Ist prizo, T.A..G.5., December, 1881 ; and Champion Prize in Milking Contest, T A.G.S., December. 1881, in open class. Jenny's milk record for the season ending 20th May, 1883 (52 weeks) was 74121b5.; butter record, 386Jlbs. The Pride of Auckland is bred from the celebrated Jersey stock of Mr Philip Dauncey (of Harwood, England), the breeder of Rioter and other noted anima'B. The Dauncey Jersey b are known for their great butter yields; Darling's Enrotas (sired by Rioter) having a record of 7781b5. buter in the year. Eon Juan can be seen by appointment at owner's Stable, Eliot-street, New Plymouth. a 629 815 W. K. HULKE. ABSOLUTELY pURE. " I have made a chemical and miorosoopical examination of Sharland's Baking Powder, and find it quite pure and Wholesome, and free from admixture with^lum, so frequently present hi ordinary Baking Powders, Sharland's Baking Powder will be found of much aeo 1b the preparation of Bread. , WILLIAM SOUTHHALL, F.L.8., President of the Birmingham Natural History and Mioroecopiual Society, •17 to NELSON MO ATE & Co. ORINK OUR Pube Blended I'el It has No Equal for True Natural Flavour, Value, and Strength. PRICES 2/-, 2/4,2/8?.: 3/-, 3/4, 4/- "' 1-lb. and Hb. Packets. HALF-CHESTS. BOXES. " PRESS," "Mr. NetCsn Is ft Professional Tea Taster and Blender." AWARDED COLD & SILVER MEDALS. pLSON, H OATE & (Jo. TEA MERCHANTS, CHftISTCHURCH, DUNEDIN, AUCKLAND, WELLINGTON. AGENTS-EVERYWHERE. AGENT FOR NEW PLYMOUTH — W. BEALE, BROUGHAM ST. a 62 &28 nUIKUIDMI WTTIOUTIHUIIUTUU V TSI fli fsjß j iff m&L *u^ ■ 660 o2 ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS IS warranted to care all diseases and Faini in the Back. Sold in Boxes, 4a. 6d. each, by all Ohemisti and Patent Medicine Vendors. Sole Proprietor, F. J. CLARKE, APOTHECARIES' HALL, LINCOLN, ENGLAND. EXPORT AGENTS : Burgoyne, Burbidges, and Co., Coleman'Otreet London. Newbery and Sons, 37, Newgate-street, London, Barclay and Sons, 95, Farringdon-Btreet, London. Banger and Song, Oxford-street:, London. And all the London Wh;lmle Houses. AGENTS FOR NEW ZEALAND : KEMPTHOBNE,PBOBSER& Co, DDNEDIN AUCKLAND, and CHRISTOUOEOH. Sold by Williamson d Oo, t Devon-Hreet.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Taranaki Herald, Volume XXXI, Issue 4432, 29 August 1883

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Taranaki Herald, Volume XXXI, Issue 4432, 29 August 1883

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