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Your King and Your Country Need You! Tf 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. H And already thousands have answered the call and donned the khaki uniform of the King. T1 In Scotland, England, Wales, and Ireland men are flocking to the standard in their hundreds of thousands. H Large Expeditionary Forces from the Over - Seas Dominions have been despatched to swell Lord’ Kitchener's Armies. TI And still the call comes —“ Your King and your Country need you!" Among the employers who are showing practical patriotism in this crisis is the firm of Lipton Ltd., which employs something like 30,003 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-instateinent upon return to business. 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. T| 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. Ask your Grocer for Liptons Tea —either at 1;6, 1/8, 1 10, or 2/-

Send two penny stamps to Lipton Ltd., Box 222, Wellington, for free \ lb. sample of the 2/- grade. > p<mw. ■ uw»wni.. . , swaMT ■ymmamnaameM HART/ and CO. anti MORSTON r BRADFIELO, Dunedin, Agents for Otago, The Rug which Commercial a- d other Experienced Travellers deem indispensable! MOSGIEL RUGS (Cford Comfort, Warmth, and Luxurious i.ase under the most varied conditions. . . Sold at all tha B • • t Shops. /. Offer closes November 30th Have you read ‘Commercial Home Study Courses’ OK ‘How to prepare for a Business C reer Th. book is KKKh and riiatnin* M parex ■ advice and i:ui<iHiice. ior it nUr« MroiirFUKK UoOKLET ‘-EDUCATION JO RAISE SAEADIES ” It tell* you of our Sp*.!«! Rortuoruin OfTei for Courses u» Accountancy IhM.h-k*--nincr Muiri «’ . ion J'nhhc Service Ad. Writing MWh*iilc«l Civil Kui’hicerlnsr KW*rlcal In which rt<* vou tmoremod? Write t UEftIJVfiWAYi RiBERTSON'S Correspondence Schools, AUCKLAND.J

(People Like the Flavor! H usewiv e Like th Price! There’s a something, a “ Tang " or piquant "Snap," in the flavor of the celebrated Melhuish’s which strongly appeals to the taste of almost everybody 1 _ The enormous demand testifies to Ita popularity. Not surpassed by the most expensive imported brands. Housewives om yet purchase it for less than half the price of these. Melhuish's “ Oriental Bciioh •• Pickles are very fine. Try them! A Delightful Change * Try it at Afternoon Tea,” for breakfast, Supper, and when Picnicking during the Summer. Fho Co hoe with the luscious velvety taste and made-in-an-instant 1 Prepared by Strang’s Secret Process. David Strang, LtU., Invercargill. Worcester !<2 SOLUBLE LPFFEE

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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