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Most Popular, Because it is Purest and Best., li£er lea. FREE. In order to convince you without loss of time that SUCHARD'S (pronounce "SU-SHAIt") is absolutely tho finest Chocolate made, we will send a Dainty Free Samplo, containing 12 Tablets, to anyone filling in the Form at foot and enoloaing Id stamp for postage. mttinr Made in Switzerland. j Are tho Highest Class of Swiss Choco- j late. Try it for yourselves, FREE. ! NOTE.—FiII up, cut out, and send th Coupon in unsealed envelope, bearing ( id stamp, also enclose id stamp to j cover postage on Sample. ! FORM FOR FREE GIFT PACKET. Messrs Wm. Taylor and Sons, Ltd., Cumberland street, Duncdin. Sirs, — Please send me one Free Gift Packet of Suchard's Swiss Chocolate as advertised. I enclose. Id stomp for postage. Only One Gift Packet sent to same Address. ALWAYS KEEP A BOTTLE OF TCTSf^UMI l handy. It's • remedy you can trust. 2 6 and 4/6. Could not obtain a better or more delicious jam than "K" Jam, which is famous for its natural fruity flavor. The choicest fruit, the finest methods, the utmost purity—all combine to make ' : K" Jam a delicious and. wholesome food delicacy. m ■'.<•'* THE KING OF JAMB. THE PEOPLE'B OHOICE. Sold Everywhere. Over 60 Awards for Exoellenoe. Purity guaranteed by Kirkpatriok's. Dunedin Agents: W. TAYLOR AND SON, Limited. MILITARY CAMPS TAKAPAU AND OBINGI COMPABED. Officers and men attending compe in wet weather have vivid recollections of sore throats and feverish chills inseparably connected with damp feat add *uddan changes of temperature. At tKe Orinjri camp in 1913 the medical staff w«ro kept busy up till all hours; and there were over 1000 minor casea of sickness reported at the ambulance. At l'akapau ia 1314, despite the exceptionally severe weather, onlr a dozen "reported eick," and the general health of the men was remarkablv good. Now for a Eolation of this seeming paradox! At the Oringi canteen there was no "Fluehzol," but plenty of qthei preparations. At Takapau the position was reversed. The canteen contractors pinned their faith solely to "Fluenzol," of which over two gToee in tho aggregate was purchased by thp troops. In many Instances one bottle would go the rounds of a tent and be the means of checking more than one incipient sore throat or le-verish attack. Comment is needless I COUGH Mixture SAVES YOUR MONEY-DOES YOO GOOD. ! HAWKINS'S PRiICE LIST. OST Free—Good Enemas from 4s 12s 6d cacn. Audi ess Mm L. Hu I 150 George _ "Y^T2RTICUItA. H ~Omtnieiit, Is 6d: Cm" KJ cum Pills, 1* 3di Certicura Cbilbluin Ointment, le; Hawkins's Magic Hair Vigor, la 6d bottle. BLOOMINE is"a~pain» "taking" remedy, a pure cure. It will relieve you in three applications. LL the diffarence between having painful corns and not having them is sixpence ' —the price of Blooininc. j great Com, Wart. ;ind j X> Bunion Cure. I'nce, 6d, overywhere, j and Hawkins's, 150 George street. JOUGH and Reddy Hand*. Chapped Lips -V and Face cured with " Spring Blossom' i Ointment." Sold at Hawkins"*. i " £<PE.INO Blossom Ointment ( ! £5 Burns, Port- Eyes, Sore I/egs, ! Irritating Eruption"!. 6d and Is everywhere. I DIES] cure yourselves with '" Orange J Blossom"; ;n\<? month's treatment, Ss. General agent: Hawkins, herbalist, Geo: street. ARSENICAL Pilli!, 1» Cd; Pink Pill*, Is 6d; Dr Bloom's Ointment, 1* 6d; j Pile Ointment. Is 6d. Hawkins's, George atreet. ITtING Blos?om Soap, hea-Img. soothing, i ►_> and clcan'-insr. fragrant and refreshing;; I price 6d. Hawkins's, 150 Oeorgo streer. i " "TtyTANDABIN' Laundry Glaze," the only I J.TA gonuine "Chinese Ginze," 6d and Is; I everywhere. Agent ■ Wm. Taylor, merchant. -RS LOUISA HAWKINS'S Infant Teething Syrup, 1* bottle; "Infant Soothig Powders," 1b box; "Gem Worm Pow- : dew," Is. Hawkins's. _ __ "AWKINS'S Sixpenny ""Cough Ttemcdy cure? Choughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping I Cough, Bronchitis. JTradc-maik: J' Big |TAMOND UyesT 6d:"" Dr" Bloom's Com"I %J plexion Pills, 4s 6d; Spring Blossom 1 J?ill«. 6d and U. At.Havrkiro's. >

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914