§ Receives the HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD OF'THE OF HYGIENE wmssm •*<*» MATimsa* OOTMS? iffiwss , iQUJEt, ONDONj OTTtE BBABS OUR ' MARK / dXM ° N >fH lOM V S~BV AS A C jjNG OUR FINEST OLC MATURED OU 'SU«3A» * o JL H o ** — **> For 25 Consecutive Yearr Booth's Dry Gin has been awarded the certificate of merit of the Institute of Hygiene. For maintaining its exceptionally high standard for a period of not less than 20 consecutive years, it has also received the coveted award of— THE ROYAL BLUE SEAL certificate of ; merit—a rare_distinctiort. ! Booth's Dry Gin is not 'only * pure—it. Is THE ONLY MATURID GIN Over 3,000,000 gallons always lie in b©ndl maturing in sherry casks. Obviously this is to give you a better gin. You see the result in the pale straw colour—you taste it in the - delightful mellow flavour—you realise it in the extra body of Booth'* Gin. Mix your favourite cocktail, long or short drink with BOOTH'S DRY. (. Insist on BOOTHS DRY Oka, wcnMd mmi JofuJtaA Cm!

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3, Press, Volume LXXI, Issue 21397, 13 February 1935

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 Press, Volume LXXI, Issue 21397, 13 February 1935

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