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Your King and Your Country Need You! if This clarion call, like a veritable fiery cross, has gone from one end of the Empire to the other, burning its stirring message into the hearts of Britons all over the world. 5| And already thousands have answered the call and donned the khaki uniform of the King. 51 In Scotland, England, Wales, and Ireland men are flocking to the standard in their hundreds of thousands. 5| Large Expeditionary Forces from the Over - Seas Dominions have been despatched to swell Lord Kitchener's Armies. And still the call comes —“Your King and your Country need you I" 5J Among the employers who are showing practical patriotism in this crisis is the firm of Lipton Ltd., which employs something like 50,000 people in different parts of the British Empire. The large number of Lipton employees who have gone on active service are drawing half salaries and are assured of full re-lnstatement upon return to business. 5J Since the outbreak of War there has been a steady increase in the sales of the world-famous LiptonS Tea, grown on British soil, tended by British labour, and enjoyed by Britons of every degree, from King to cottager. 51 Uniform quality—and that of the highest—is the unique feature of Liptons Tea, which, by the way, is still sold at the popular prices that obtained prior to the War. A Ask your Grocer for Liptons Tea —either at 1/6. 1/8. 1/10, or 2/5| Send two penny stamps to Lipton Ltd., Box 222, Wellington, for free J lb. sample of the 2/- grade. HARTY and CO. and MORETON and BRADFIELD, Dunedin, Agents for .Otago* nerds bin bot ■water to make It an ideal food for infants. Your babv will thrive on it Ask your doctor. 18 m ’9-'g pun 9 11 *uaJO}S pns sjsiraaqg •ejßojq,;. a.iog pus q.uujßg .ioj SutiSaea puoannooar -ooq Sutpearj (i j jnjJopuoAV si jozusnjj —jpin( b oqq flniSius pun osnoq -wjuq oi(i in Smq.iOAt AJ.'a’jj s.ojaqx,, ‘pußqsnq aoq oj aapq jnoq-nB-j[cq jnoqv pun joz -uenjj jo esop v qooj ejq •jjjoaa esuaa oil pnq pun Bzaonpat qi|At pßq Bbai uos j;aqs ‘ealiis Suoj so^ •pafonjjo snq sa.ina £ubui aqi puß lozuan|,q qiiAt parmSqap 9JB ‘umpig; 'smoog B9j, paß Ajaqug !}aa.qs eSpug oqj jo ‘NosiONaag ’saw cinv is purely a sterilised milk food. It contains nothing but milk, cream and lactose. It builds bonnie babies. Ask your doctor. If

t IN / Buy British Goods Gentlemen, don’t fail h> inspect our New Summer imported direct from Bagland. -They have opened in s»st-class order, and the styles are thoroughly representative of all that is most up to date in the New Fashions. Wo are Hat Specialists, and will he pleased to show our Goods at all times, TAYLOR’S City Hatoneum 153 Rattray Street. [Established 1869.] GENTLEMEN'S COLLARS Latest High-class Shapes! White Dress Collars. AD One Price, 9d each. I,—Peak Collars are now very fashionable. The Collar shown in illustration has peaks with rounded points. This style can be had in various depths—viz.: The Comax, I Jin. The Roslyn, 2ln. The Opera, 2iln. 2.—This Collar has the sharp or what is generally known as the “ square peak,” and is meeting witn a very ready sale. Stocked in following depths: The George, The King, I|ln. The Islington, 2ln. The Rothesay, 2ln. 3. —Tho particular feature of this Collar is its perfect fitting “lockfront,” which never allows it to gape open. It always sits well, and is very comfortable. The Crystal, 2JIH. The White Star, 2l«l. The Ulva, 2^ln. 4.—This shape is for those who prefer n style with more tie room. It is a Double Collar exactly as diagram, and is stocked in tho following depths: Tho Maxford, I|ln. The Raybeam, 2ln. 6. —The popular low style. Fronts well rounded off. Very comfortable for sporting wear. The Kulneck, IJIn. The Dallington, l|Jn. The Demo, Ijln. Stylish Soft Collars 6 The Favorite Double Collar, 7.—The New Polo, deep points; Ki soft, striped Cambric. 9d. The very smart style. In Tussore same shape in Plain White or Silk, 1/3. In fanev-make Soft Tussore Silk. 1/3. Cotton, t/. J. & J. Arthur, Ld. Merchant Tailors and Men's Mercers, 12, 14, 16 & 18 GEORGE STREET.

Country Visitors! Buy Xmas Gifts Now For Ladies. Bangles, Brooches, Rings, Necklaces, Toilet Requisites, Silver-backed Hair Brushes, Mirrors, Combs, Trinket Boxes, Smelling Balts Bottles, Hairpin Boxes, Shoe Lifts, Etc., etc. Our SPECIAL CHRISTMAS STOCK is now complete. At no other time will you he able to choose from such an elaborate range of HIGH-CLASS JEWELLERY AND PLATE. Many pf the lines are exclusive, while in every instance Quality and Value are combined. For Variety, Excellence of Quality, Beauty of Design, Good Value, our Stock is not to be surpassed. Dawsons Limited, Cor. Princes St. and Moray Place. for Gentlemen. Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Tobacco Pouches, Matchboxes, Sleeve Links, Stud Boxes, Hair Brushes, Shaving Outfits, Walking Sticks, Tie Pins, Sovereign Cases, Etc., etc. PATRIOTS! Encourage BRITISH TRADE by Purchasing the ‘KITCHEHEB’ MORRIS CHAIR A Genuine British-mado Article, For Comfort, Durability, and Design this is the Best Value Chair on the Market. Scoullar & Chisholm, Ltd. Tay Street, Invercargill. 3 Rattray Street, Dunedin. Z\-:

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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