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Regina Tea QUEEN OF BLENDS. the Regina Tea QUEEN OF BLENDS, iDieiniTEn And why not any other brand of Tea ? Is not Tea Tea, no matter by whom blended ? Those are fair questions. They shall have a fair answer. Any Tea is Tea, so far as the name goes. So any flour is flour. But ask the good housekeeper why some brands of flour won't make good bread, notwithstanding all her efforts. She can't tell you just why it is. But she knows SI is something in the grade of the wheat, fit is Just the same with Tea as with ffiour. There are grades—good, better, and best. ISEQiKA TEA is different from other brands of Tea in just these features. Nothing but the best grades of Tea are blended, and the blends are prepared with the art which has been perfected by a quarter of a century’s experience. That is all the difference between any brand and 9IEOINA TEA—the difference between inferior grades and the best—between experiment and experience. RESINA TEA. OBTAINABLE FROM ALL GROCERS. SGOULAR BROS. & 00.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10417, 11 September 1897, Supplement

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 10417, 11 September 1897, Supplement

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