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Every part of the body benefits by 8 course of r.vii^iimriK'i All chemists have it. 2/6 & 4/6 per bottle People Like the Flavor! Housewives Like the Price! There'* a something, a " Tanp " or piquant "Snap," in the flavor of the celebrated Worcester Sauce whioh ttronply appeals to the taste of almost everybody! The enormous demand testifies to ♦+» popularity. Not (urpasscd by the most expensive imported brands, Housewives can yet purchase it for less tlian balf the price of these. Melliuish'e " Oriental Relish " and Pickles are very fine. Try theml STRACHANS i 4 ▲ i Brand 'A mi Kakaß*v' mm " Coming ■*v ONE TRIAL &m t£ Will Convince you of tho Excell""-« of (hit Alo. Every Drop In the Bottle is Brilliant and Clear. DELICIOUS DRINKING. " W. STRACHAN & GO. VICTORIA BREWERY. DUNEDIN.

'urcnase immer >.ese trom uommton Tweeds, and ate mi SI <iJ 4 gm Latest Patterns and Styles. A Large Variety to Chocse from, both Lined and Unlincd. ALL ONE PRICE—Given with the Famous " Herbert, Haynes" Sevang Machines sold at £6 10s. Only a few left to be sold at this price, as the increased cost of production will make our next shipment much higher. Secure One Now £S lO O Secure One Now Time Payments Adjusted to suit your Convenience. Complete with AH Attachments and Accessories, together with an Illustrated Book of Instructions.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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