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G THE'WHISKK . OE-DISTINCTION Say WHEN, M* an r 85 % t& DlMlH'EtfS COM &DINBURGH; wwmt&£t m DfmMMsm EMBaaggaaaiaaaaMaatfMflgKwiwti^^ The Engineer chooses Amber Tips Mid tha rush and grind of machinery in an over* heated engineroom, where nerTes must be perpetually “on the strain”—where the brain must be constantly on the alert to detect the slightest irregularity, he finds a much needed stimulant and “steadier” in Kp\ps^a Everybody's Favourite This delicious beverage will bring refreshment and energy to you. Your grocer will tell you that day by day its sales bound higher and higher do you want better proof —of its wonderful quality and value ? Sold only in damp-proof airtight packages and tins. Ask for a packet of the 2/- grade. 78 fife & WHOLESALE AGENTS: WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SO NS. LTD* NOTION Wo have just opened a Large Selection of ART NOVELTIES in our Needlework l)epartinent, in Japanese ami Liberty designs, including Pincushions, Handkerchief and Glove Poxes, Photo Frames, Trinket Boxes. f Your Friends at Home would appreciate such Gifts, and you have still time to make your purchases for the Christmas mail. STANDARD PAPER PATTERNS, This Month’s Patterns include styles for Sports Drosses and Holiday "Wear, Girls’ and Roys’ styles, and new designs for rndonvear. Ail Pal tarns, 9c! each. THE DESIGNER. f A Monthly Illustrated Magazine, fully instructive in Fashions Dressmaking, Beauty and Hygiene, Cooking and Kitchen Helps, as well as interesting Fiction by clever authors. Price, 9d copy ; postage 3d. Nearly subscription 5/6; postage free. THE STANDARD EMBROIDERY BOOK *• Contains great help, and is a great favorite with all Ladies. It contains Complete Designs tor Stitching suitable for all classes of Embroidery, and has many Articles on Crocheting ami Knitting. Price, 1/; postage fid extra. «f By purchasing this Book you may choose any Transfer Pattern Free on presenting the Coupon contained therein. VISIT THE NEEDLEWORK COUNTER. *; We will be pleased to give yon export advice. Any Work purchased will be commenced free of charge. D.I.C m Oynecl GEO. CROW, Manager.’

TRY THIS COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE. COSTS LITTLE. WORKS QUICKLY HOES GOOD ALWAYS. By a Qualified Chemist. Mix 4 tablespoonfuls of sugar, 3 of treacle, 2 of vinegar, ami a largo break-fast-cupful of -water together. Stir till dissolved anti put into clean pint bottle. Add one bottle of Hean’s Essence. Sip a spoonful slowly several times a day. It keeps perfectly, is nice to take and always does good. This splendid recipe takes hold of a cough more quickly than anything else you have ever used. Ordinary coughs are dispatched like magic, and ola deepseated coughs are often cured in a few days. Excellent, too, for croup, whooping cough, chest pains, bronchitis, asthma, and many throat and lung troubles. The good it does is truly wonderful. This Hean’s Essence recipe enjoys great popularity throughout Australasia. Its low cost, quick results and harmlessness have made it immensely popular. It brings the cost of the usual eighteenpenny bottle down to less than fourpence. Hean’s Essence is sold by chemists and stores, or post free on receipt of price, 2/-, from G-. W. Hean, Chemist, Wanganui. Be sure you get Heah’s. ’2B Tailors, Launderers, Heat your Irons with this Automatic Gas Heater A. S T. BURT, lli SS. ® © It’s far more effective than existing methods, and ever bo much cheaper. The saving (•fleeted will soon pay for its initial coat. In this Automatic Heater there separate compartments, with falling doors for the irons. The closing of the door when putting the iron in place automatically lights • the gas from a pilot light, while the opening of the door for the removal of the iron shuts the gas off. Thus there is no waste, no unnecessary consumption of gas, which can only be burned while the iron is in position for heating. Call and inspect. All wide-awake tailors are installing them. v. I9M

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15639, 2 November 1914

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