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■ People Like the Flavor! Housewives Like the Price! There'fl a nomehhing, a "Tang" or piquant "Snap," in the flaTor of the celebrated MBLHUISH'S Worcester Sauce which strongly appeal* to the taste of almost everybody 1 The enormous demand testifies to its popularity. Not surpassed by the most expenshr* Imported brands, Heuaewivos can yet purI chase it for lees than half the prioe of 1 these. M«lhui«h'» " Oriental Italian " and Piekfei are very fine. Try theml

SECURE A SHARE OF THE PROFITS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident Society For the CURRENT YEAR by EFFECTING A LIFE. ASSURANCE iuuiv/i tvji/a mat voice hejE urvni xxiii. wj&ej yjr xxijo xxvari/. The following are a few ACTUAL EXAMPLES of BONUSES declared as at 31st December, 1913, on Whole-Life Policies, ; Table A, effected ■ during OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, and DECEMBER. 1812: Sra Assubko. PSJMIEM Pll» 1913 BITKSIOKAIT Bonos. BONUSES VEST WHEN POLICIES HAVE BEEN TWO (2) YEARS IN FORCE The amount of PROFIT distributed amongst POLICY HOLDERS for the ONE YEAR 1913 exceeded NINE HUNDP™ Avr * EIGHTY-THREE THOUSAND POUNDS CASH. REMEMBER the NAME OF OFFICE and ADDRESS, because NO < OTHER OFFICE DIVIDES SUCH LARGE PROFITS. Branch Office—CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY, WELLINGTON. Directors:— The Hon C J. JOHNSTON, M.L.O. (Chairman); A. de B. BRANDON, Esq. (Deputy-Chairman), JOHN DUNCAN, Esq., JOSEPH JOSEPH, Ksci. ami RAROT.TI RTCATTfiWAMI> K«„ EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. Dunedin District Office— B. R. STOCK,. ,; Comer Princes and Dowling Streets. District 1 Secretarv.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15626, 17 October 1914

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