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A JKjL. JCLi v Vv JnL M? M2ds FOR — y < T T < A )—<) I f ir ( Y WEDDINGCHKES TRY WARNER'S HOME 1IIADG BREAD W. G. WARNER, Cook said Confectioner, 93, G Ie be jPKiraRTjar. — ■ ..I.I- ^SIBSSSARBASSN^VKBXKKAESSSSSSNBMBMESASSBIGEG*, N E A "V E' S OlHERTEf) FfflUHE BREAD. T.Vi.T-rTiy f *wt » T f '» '»» ♦ Wv v *r»'*•■"» r I1 ♦ » %1 THE BREAD OF THE FUTURE! delicious, Nutritious> and wifffily Vigestiveo Sir CHAS. A. CAIVIERON, Mel). (Cambiidge), F.R.C.S.I » M.B.C.FX, pti-040 Professor of Chemistry, RioC, s.1, Medical Officer of Health for Dub in; City and Ct unty Analyst, IIAYS- CITY LADORVTO;Y DUBLIN, "I have a high estimate of the DIETETIC VALUE of fats, especially of those found in the seeds of plants, and I consider that the large percentage of the DELICATELY FLAVOURED fats of wheat present in Messrs NEAVE and CO.'S FARINE adds greatly to the value of their Bread. It is RICH also in the ALBUMINOIDS of NITROGENOUS constituents of food which are INDISPENSABLE to the formation of BONE and MUSCLE. "Messrs NEAVE & CO.'S Wheaten Meal and FARINE are WELL FLAVOURED, EASILY DIGESTIBLE and NUTRITIOUS aliments." fOLI AGStfIS FOR PENARTH- J?*. Hayter ABona, • ABQOT feTBBBT AND KAMI* BTOfej