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opuiar J* i trVi people like it because of its unequalled goodness; poor people prefer it because even tho cheapest grade makes .Delicious, WlioWome Tea. Prions to Suit All, !-.'■; i«it^^^ifc^My;rj?igggß!^awa^ yvSi?ri^gßta3iiMWAtg^sagtaifP^s

The Problem of the Home Willi Thrifty Housewives! ffi* fM <flT, THAT PROBLEM, at the present time more pressing than ever, is how to economise on the daily expenditure for groceries and provisions. C "STOP THE LEAKS!"—and the biggest leakage is the money lost by dealing on Credit. Give up this extravagant system and adopt WARDELLS' CASH CHECK METHOD. <L IT MAY BE a trifle more trouble to buy for Cash only, but it's worth it ! At Wardells' you get " the Lowest Prices —■ always," as well as Bonus Coupons, which still further reduce your expenditure. €i ASK MRS— —,you know that she deals at Wardells'. Ask her to tell you her experiences! "It's results, not talk that counts," and the many beautiful articles that adorn her home, which she received as Cash Bonuses at Wardells', will give point to her story. 0. ALL WARDELLS ASK is that you should try their Money-saving Cash-buying System for, say, one month. Test it! You will find that its adoption will go far to solve the problem of economising in Household Expenditure. m %*ws&&&m - * mmM< WARDELL BROS & CO. Grocers, Tea and Provision Merchants George Street, Dunedin.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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