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«, rt . tp .b rwtJta Iβ 1U bain* the MO A Ifc a moatfteoaomleml. It is ft* PURE TEAS {M** yOU *" *"*. I SAUCE ~~; I --. AND fc I Pickle Behave a distinctive flavour i ff all their own and they are j| _ the most delicious Relishes ij :"'; in theWorid. 1 .S>tf <rf xdlßigUUit Stent, H prepared only by t "* i Maconochie Bros., Ltd. 1: B London, England. x .- ■ Representatives im 3f<wr Ze4l»ad i ' ■{* ELMS and 3IANTON, 'j£ V Stoat street, Wellington. > t *«-* r .;.;,■ . ;•' •■» LET "X" MIKE YOUR % JAM THIS SEASONS | Finest ripe fruit fresh from the j lgardens — long experiemfc—->' i j~ perfect facilities — absolute purity—strictest care ascl , J cleanliness—all these ensure v ' the high quality and delidonsj ' »,'•„ flavour of -,i - -«i #X" Jantill .TOE-PUREST AND BEST JAM .■■■.': MADE. - ' , » l u-^ v *4'{tClL7iU« chancery fewlm?him oh \<~T~ '< J ™ — I* toniidi l»nBl# t; b»bi«. Aikyeurdoctof'U * , I|. The [ i Germ Killer ■! I Protect your household \ against sickneee snd. I disease by Kerolising ' I yourjiomo. _" \ KESOL is a disinTec- ( . tant of proven ef&eienl cy, being twenty-iour ' J times stronger than ■ I pure* Carbolic Acid. It j is xton-poxsonous and. I non-corrosive —an ex--5 collent cleanser — and ' a pleasant preparation ! for the bath. I Use it in the Kitchen, I Laundry, Lavatonei, i •" Sickroom, StabUt. 3 Kennel* end Poultry '. Hoatet. s Sold by all Chemiste \ and Storekeepers. { UfiTt-KEML iS SRiTISH ■ . UhUL.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Press, Volume LI, Issue 15166, 2 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Press, Volume LI, Issue 15166, 2 January 1915

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