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Maoriland Worker, Volume 7, Issue 284, 26 July 1916, Page 8
*»! ABOUT TEA i)r HUSBAND: What Tea is this, Mother? lS WIFE: It is CROWN CEYLON COU- PON TEA. Why do you ask? __ HUSBAND: Becauso it tastes so much 18 nicer than wo usually have. How ie much a pound do you pay for it? ,_ WIFE: Yes, it is nice Tea. I have w often heard of it, but this is the ]_ first time I have tried it. Mrs. ,f Jones recommended it. Tho price } is Is. lOd. per pound, and it goes j TWICE AS FAR AS THE ORDINARY TEA. « [0 HUSBAND: It has a lovely flavour, certainly. d WIFE: Yes, and we get TWO COTJ-0 PONS AVITH EVERY POUND, ' and by saving these Coupons we " can get CUPS and 'SAUCERS. KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, or anything that suite, in exchange, ! quite free for these Coupons. HUSBAND: Absurd I How can they give these things for nothing? WIFE: It's not absurd at all. It's a n fact. There is tho tea. You have 1 just had it. Can't you believe your - own .enses, man? We get it at the s ■
STORES SYDENHAM. o We pay cash for it, and they give c us a shilling in the pound Coupon, and ® deliver it to the door ©very week. d J SHANNON f. SHOP AT GIBSON'S QUALITY STORE c For' Goods at Reasonable Prices.' '' OUR GOODS TELL. c T. F. GIBSON SHANNON. i- ,—. —. — ' ' '- s We challenge the s FLAXWORKERS o n To prove that they can Buy Cheaper s or Better in the Manawatu District than from c J. H. FARGHER & CO. s :1 Ladies', Children's, Boys', and Men's " Complete Outfitters, ! P.O. Box 31. SHANNON. i i NOTICE TO UNIONISTS 1 When in Shannon, DON'T FORGET i TKE POPULAR BILLIARD AND ; SHAVING SALOON ' 1 HAROLD E. HOOK' SHANNON t 1 FLAXWORKERS! Patronise those who patronise you. ALBION HOTEL SHANNON, r W. McKEGG Proprietor PALMERSTON N. MDUMBLETON, late of Masonic • Hotel, Wanganni; Post office Hotel, ' Palmerston North; also Railway Termi• nus Hotel, Onehunga, has taken over the CAFE DE PARIS H°™PALMERSTON NORTH,, and will oe pleased to meet old friends. . ___ . MASONIC HOTEL PALMERSTON NORTH. (Little'to the left of Railway Station) MR. A. PARISH, late of the Club Hotel, Morton, has taken over the well-known above Hotel, and the travelling public will find first-class accommodation. Winea and Spirits of the very best. SPEIGHT'S BEER ON TAP. Give the House a call. -For convenience of public night porter kept. A. H. PARISH Proprietor. If you want satisfaction go to JAS. DONALDSON LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S TAILOR Coleman Place, Palmerston North for your Suit, Breeches- or Costume. Honest Material. Honest Workmanship ; —— >- For Good Accommodation and Best of ALES go to the OCCIDENTAL HOTEL The Square, Palmerston Worth. b CAPT. JAMES MITCHELL, Prop. FOXTON POST OFFICE HOTEIy t * FOXTON. Terms Moderate. Speight's Beer on Tap. HUGH BEVERIDGE, Proprietor MEN'S WORKING • SHIRTS '' ss. 6d. NAVY DRILL SHIRT-FOR 3/11 SIZES 14} to 17.' BEST VALUE IN THE DOMINION. WE PAY THE POSTAGE. h STILES & MATHESON ~ LIMITED. v FOXTON AND LEVIN. r * r ARE YOU A DUBB? _• " ROBERTSON & KELLY b LEVIN AND FOXTON, 8' ; CYCLES, MOTOR CYCLES, TYRES, Etc., Etc., Etc. s s Best value and widest choice in tho district. That's why tho intelligent 0 workers deal with us. The Dubbs a mostly don't. Why? . 'Cos they ARE Dubbs 1
CLYDE QUAY HOTEL WELLINGTON. TED. CARRIG Proprietor A Hearty Welcome to AIL
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PETONE JUNCTION STORES FAMILY GROCERS, PROVISION & PRODUCE MERCHANTS, Corner Jackson and Cuba Streets. PETONE. DAIRY PRODUCE RECEIVED DAILY Try our Noted Brands of Tea and Coffee— AJAX & DJIN DJIN. * WICKERWORK FURNITURE There's something cool and inviting about a cane lounge or chair that makes it especially desirable during the summer weather. Let mc help you in your choice. Chairs, Lounges, Settees, Overmantels, Linen Baskets, Etc., mado to your own order. Call. A. LIEEEZEIT, 165 Jaokson Street PETONE RUNANGA~ T>UNANGA CO-OPERATIVE SO■"' CIETY. Established 1906. Wei have just attained our ninth birthday, and the following figures, compiled from our balance-sheets, show that the last twelvo months' trading has met with marked success, especially considering the difficulties of war time: Number of, members 316, sales, for year £26,052, profits £3,932, paid to members (dividend) and .share withdrawals £3,312, wages £2142, interest on .shares £286, placed to reserves £341, depreciation on buildings. £139, share deposits £705, total members' shares*£s43B, assets £9119, liabilities £7204, excess of assets over liabilities £1914. Come along and join us, and havo your share of the profits derived from collective trading.
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