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The Story of the Lamp f English Bull's Eye Lamp of 1750 Attempts were made in the mid-eighteenth century to better the lighting qualities of the lamps, but the improvements were of doubtful value. Bull's eye glasses on either side of the wick were introduced about 1750. They brightened the light to a great extent; but the great difficulty lay in the quality of the burning oil then available. To-day the finest burning oil ever produced is available, in any / quantity, to every user. ; " Laurel Kerosene The Soft White Light It neither smokes nor smells. . Burns evenly to the last thimbleful. It is the most economical kerosene obtainable. J "Laurel" is our new Trade Mark name for the highest quality American Kerosene ever sold in Australasia. : Ask for Laurel—AH Grocers Sell It Vacuum Oil Company Proprietary Limited

G^EAT TOBACCO COMPETITION. BONUS SONUS Wil be distributed in lie folUwing manner and undsr tie fsllawilt cnditims, to the ptrsins retuniiog it largest Numbers of Ttlacct SEALS ini/tr Tibmco TAGS tokes from anj tf toe foUotvin; kruds: The Seals and Tags may ke nixed or sent in separately. State Numier *t Seals a&4 Ta^s frem each Brand. Seals from Tins Tags from Plugs -WELCOME NUGGET" -JUNO," "WELCOME NUGGET," "LUCY HINTON," "LUCY HINTON," "DIADEM," "ROYAL COLOURS," "WHITE ROSE," "JUNO" (Dark w Aroutic) "IMPERIAL RUBY" and "DIADEM." No other Seals «r Tag's will be acceptii. > Cash Frizes will be distributed as follows: T» the person returiinj the largest Buaber of Seals and/»r Tags - £20 „ i, n 'IB „ » >» n n * *»" „ i> w 3rd „ »,■»'» «, * *5 „„g„» w „ » „ £3 r p » » «™ » » » n k " •*^ „25 persons „ the iext 25 Infest Eumbers „ „ „ • eacli £1 n 70 persaas „ „70 „ „ „ „ - „ 10/Birections for sending Seals and Tags s P«t to " TOBACCO COMPETITION," B« 181, G.F.0.. WELUNGTON, N.Z., the Seals ail T«i. le sire aiif eieW a slip in y»nr parcel ?ivin» ytut full name pi address, plain!; written, als* state tk number ef Tais and Seals endued in lie parcel. N» pared will it accepted ssless FULL POSTAGE has been paid 01 same. The Winners' Names and Addresses will ke BuMishtd in the Newspapers. The British Empire Trading C*., Lld.'s decision will be fiial regardin: anj {Keitta whicn nt; Mit in cjnieclijo lfilh this Csmpetitien. Ctnpelitsrs sUould keep tfaelr Seals and Tags till the ENB 9F JULY, 1917, ud ttei sesd km in ia ONE PARCEL; SECUREY PACKED. This Comj>etiti«B Closes «n 31st July, 1917, Get Busy! 109 ■« is \*sniorcii* js LITTLE BUNS and Cakes cost Ifess to bake, and keep soft and sweeC longer —when Beaver Baking Powder is used. BEAVER has a great reputation for making j light and wholesome Scones, Cakes and i Pastry. It is Right in Strength for Perfect Raising. Can be adapted to all Recipes. j Undoubtedly, the Most Econonical Baking ; Powder on the Market! „ I The 14oz. "Beaver" Tin is the Largest at its Price. TELL YOUR GROCER ALWAYS TO SEND Ejp j| ¥ jpp BAKING fc A- V Ufi'K, POWDER %I The Empin Mansfecturtnj Co,, Ud., Welilngfon.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Post, Volume XCIII, Issue 108, 7 May 1917

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Post, Volume XCIII, Issue 108, 7 May 1917

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