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£om IS2O Slillgoing\ strong. Ss^v? 'Orp: s*^ m m 1 m **■ & i ss wi< i 4ss 1 I &S i NS aM Mr. Unsophisticated (to waiter) .' " SCOTCH WHISKY, PLEASI." Mr. Wiseman • " Alv DEAR FELLOW, NEVER SAY THAT. THE MAN WHO SIMPLY ORDERS 'WHISKY 1 DESERVES WHAT HE GETS—BUT THE MAN WHO ORDERS 'JOHNNIE Walker' in the non-refillable bottle gets what he deserves." The knowing ones have learnt to say "Johnnie Walker" instead of Scotch whisky—that's much the safot, but when you add "in the non-refillable bottle please," mortal man can do r.o more. Every drop of "Johnnie Walker" Red Label Scotch whisky is over 10 years old. Guaranteed same Quality throughout the World. i.-uhd only by fOIIN WALKER & SONS, Ltd., Scotch Whisky Distillers, of KILMARNOCK, SCOTLAND, S YDNE Y ttttti MELBQ VKNE. Tfiis Tea does not depend lemes for its trade. We don't have to beguile your attention away from the quality by devising coupon or prize-gift schemes in order to push our sales. Our tea for 3 5 years has sold by sheer merit alone. It i* worth every penny of the price—and more. Its quality is outstanding. A cup of Nelson Moate'sTea can be distinguished from others §n a moment —it has a delicacy of flavour, a quality and purity that cannot be found, elsewhere. The strength and purity of Nelson Moate's Tea results in its being also the most economical. It is the best value you can possibly get. By merit alone it has taken the pre-eminent place, by merit alone it still keeps it, and always will. Sea to it yeu get Nelson Meate's. There are nq juat-as-goods," so refuse them firmly,, Vv Awarded 4 GOLD, 2 SPECIAL and 1 SILVER AtEDAL, Prices l 1/6, 1/8, l/ 10, 2/., 2/2, 2/4, 3/-. 23HaS22©!SSS!ESBS2,^S! WHOLESALE AGENTS: MESSRS MILNE, BREMNER, LTD., OUNEDfN.

—if yon are feelinij"ebit below par" —"not qnlto the tbin?;"—"xundown »•—or " out of sorts ». See to it that yonr indisposition is removed before it turns to something mora than an allroont. It is always unwtao to Ignore oven the clightoHt sign of sickness. Napoleon used to Kay: "Every moment loot circs an opportunity for misfortune". This ig eminently true in regard to any poor condition of health. Much tr.oublels caused by stomach and liver elisordor a; if this is so In your cage a timely dose of that famous and vf oil-known specific—Beooham's Pills—is the best and safest medicine to take. Relief Invariably follows oven the first dose; and If you persevere witli the treatment, the pills regularly, yon will soon establish a state of good health to which, possibly, you may long have been a stranger. For "run-down" men and women Boecham's Pilla aro a reliable remedy. Their tonic and corrective qualities soon bring the Important organs of digestion up to their normal efficiency. They also exert a purifying effect upon the blood and thus benefit the whole bodily system. Depressing and unhealthy conditions soon yield to the beneficial influence o£ Sold everywhere in boxes, prise" 10}<I. (36 piUs) 1/1J (56 pills) & 2/9 (168 pills).

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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