BE WAKE; mo MESSRS BANDER AND SONS.— A “ Dear sirs.— l just think it right to let you know of tho deception worked on me after ordering two ounce bottles of SANDER'S .EUCALYPTI, Bendigo. We vrceived to-dav two bottles of and the enclosed wrapper around the bottle. Back they will go like a shot. I have been using your Extract-, myself and family, and giving it to my friends, for over forty years, and none other will suit me "I well remember my good old mother saying that sho would end her days cheerfully by going around praising and advertising your Extract, for she herself bad derived so much benefit by using . 1 have lived to rc-ccha her words, and I will not aland by, know.ng the real value and good of your Extract, sad submit, to this. I am determined to obtain the genuine a„-iicle.— Yours faithfully. TKOS. HOLDET’NKSd, Dappil, Q., 29th March, 1909." SANDER'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT pasBesses curative properties not, possessed by any other Eucalyptus. It cures when others irritate. ~ivTci CJArTVI Our tea tor 33 years hat to ;,t y. v merit uiotf. n A . r p, c It is wtSrlh every per.uv or MO A t b J tho price, and mors. Its -p,- A ijualu.y is oiu-tunclin/. ! PURE TEAS (tot Nelson Moate’s Tea. I A COUNCILLOR'S CONVICTION. Mr F. Cohen, of Willis street. Wellington, is a busy business wan. and one of Wellington’s best-known figures. A city councillor for many yours, be bus no time to waste m letter-writing for fun. He tried RtlEt MO, and was convinced. Air Coin - n says; “1 experienced a very bad ariack of Rheumatic Gout; in fact, so bad that 1 had to leave business, and be assisted to a cab. On arrival at home I immediately took a dose of your KHEUWO, repeating same eviry four hours. The pain soon left, and m tli*morning I came down to business a.s usual. I cannot pay too much for the prompt effectual manlier in which your RHET'MO acts, on pain." Chemists and stores, 2* Cd and 4s 6d per Little. NELSON MOATE’S PURE TEAS We .ua safe yon enrj no t e, :i fls >'*•' "Yri!i he eof iu 100, wiu-; von t tUv* (I'M ouk Sv you Nelson Moiii
a m m is r 8 3 [‘Orient 5 Tea “ The Delicious Tea! ” full-flavored, Rich and Most I Economical 1/8 Per lb. | With Coupon, j The amount of the average housewife’s SPENDING MONEY is rarely equal to the Demands. WHY, THEN, NOT MAKE THE MOST OF IT ? Why not buy in the LOWEST market the BEST ol GROCERIES and PROVISIONS? WHY not PAY CASH and get the BONUS CHECKS which WARDELLS give to every GASH BUYER ? WHY not get your CHINA, CROCKERY, TOILET SETS, ENAMEL AND KITCHEN WARE, ELECTROPLATE, Etc., Etc., without cost, in return for ycur CASH COUPONS ? W r HY not adopt this way of KEEPING DOWN EXPENSES ? Why pay more, buying on credit, when with a little effort you can save so much buying for CASH at WARDELLS 7 ? WHY not inquire into this SPLENDID SYSTEM without delay and give it a trial ? Like hundreds of others, you won’t regret it I Hill WARDELL BROS. & CO Grocers, Tea & Provision Merchants, George Street Baaaaaaßiißaa MMHMMiiSMMi
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