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The French Government have placm! lavee orders fur khaki with a Weiiiu arm (Somerset! firm of manufacturers, whoso men wore already working at high ine.suro for tho British War Oflico. The Royal Engineers rank next after the artillery, and in front of the infantry In war they have charge of all engineering apparatus connected with the army in the. field. Thov do not carry colors.

Children do enjoy the Open Fire in the Kitchen It is a groat comfort-when the Cooking and Baking am finished, to be able to change the Range Fire into a, splendid Open Fire, throwing out a warm glow and a preat heat .for all to enjoy. The "Okiox" Range i'h made with Open or Fire, and Ovens on right or left Bide as preferred. Ask your Ironmonger to show you an " ORION." H. E. SHACKLOCK, Ltd. Dunedin, Wellington, and Auckland. Illustrated Catalogue free on application.

on For 3 5 years Nelson flloate's Teas have by their purity, quality, value tnd flavour given complete satisfaction. 3 5 years experience in blending and selecting teas has s>iven us an unequalled advantage ever other firms—the advantage oi ripe experience. Our teas never vary. The same satisfaction you have obtained from them in the past you will get now—and in tho future They are the finest it is possible t© procure, and the best value. Their very strength and purity makes them ths most economical. Their uniform quality makes them the most satisfactory. Only from the best can you get the best results. Don't buy any tea —see it is Nelson Moate's —the name is a guarantee of supreme quality and the greatest value. Awarded 4 Gold, 2 Special, and 1 Silver M«dal. Prices: 1/6, 1/8, 1/10. 2/-, 2/2, 2/4, 3/-. since.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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