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The Composition of Coffee.

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Auckland, This day. Although the informations against grocers for selling adulterated coffee were withdrawn, it is stated that Mr Fond found many samples with a large percentage of turnips and mangolds. Ohioory is-not grown in Auckland, and the difficulty arose v getting the root here. Canterbury supplies Auckland with the prepared root for mixing with the coffee.

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The Composition of Coffee., Thames Star, Volume XXIV, Issue 7405, 25 January 1893

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The Composition of Coffee. Thames Star, Volume XXIV, Issue 7405, 25 January 1893

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