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mm mi Siifc waam i mmm m P-T* ;»¥fl m mmm\ «* fwprietont The jJJISTtILERS r " EDINBURGH. SCOTLAND. A.*., NEILL&CO.Ltd. DUNEDIN. flroi ISS KiiiP '«<••"<:! For olMMlog the blood of an taped- , ties from whatever cuiie eriftinx, there ii no other medioioe Just as cood »» </fcAß**'» ! Blood Mixtuhx—thu'i why la eo many cues ! of Eczema, Bad Leg". Abiootaw, Boil*. Sore* [ of oil ldnfln, Piles, GUndular awellisci, Blood I Poiion, Bheunifttiim, Gout, Ac., H ho* effected truly remarkable curse where ell other treitaeato £»re failed It will do the ium tor 70a. ( . o£o?£S 4££, SfflN & BLOOD DISEASES «e*BhomlotoitmHtor«. - -?*■«- I.L ALTERATIONS OF DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS I Must be HANDED IN to (he Office BEFORE 11 O'CLOCK of the PRECEDING DAY. 1 > '■'■'•' :•*•■>, iv'.'■'■ -ft'/.* ■-•'var^'ijS'ilJ '■■Vl;**.;. ■ t 2erswv'!lwI v S; ; : H s&sfwslsis mmV&& y&.-S^Jf'&tm mm&sa m mm&m&z Mm mmrnm m wmx&Em ■ Gentlemen, don't fail to inspect our New Summer Goods, imThey have opened in first-class order, and the 6tyles are thoroughly representative of all that is moßt up to date in the New Faahions. Wo aro Hat Specialists, and will bo pleased to show our Goods at all times. 153 Rattray Street. [Established 1869.] *m MOST GENTLEMEN SMOKE CIGARETTES. A Present which will bo appreciated bv tiiem for its Handsomeness and Usefulness is one of our ' HIGH-CLASS CIGARETTE CASES. mm ti m m m BSil LfeS mm m We illustrate one Attractive and Useful Line—-(ENGINE-TURNED). Neat. Artistic, Useful. Nothing better as a. Gift for a Gentleman can he imagined. It is Genuine Sterling Silver. Slips into the pocket without protruding, and keeps the Cigarettes intact. Sterling Kilver Oi gal-fit to Case, Enc-.ir.c-turned, OTHER CASEo from 1/6 to 60/, eithor Engine-turuod, Engraved, or Phin. MATCHBOXES to match. 5/ to 17/3. •awsoit JEWELLERS AND OPTICIANS Only One Address: Corner Princes Street and Moray Place. ! This clarion call, like a veritable ! fiery cross, has gone from one end j of the Empire to the other, burning its stirring message into the hearts ! of Britons all over the world. 1 TI And already thousands have answered the call and donned the khaki uniform of the King. j 1| In Scotland, England, Wales, and Ireland men are flocking to the standard in their hundreds of thousands. 1 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 1" H 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-instatement upon return to business. ■j] Since the outbreak of War there has been a steady increase in the sales of the world-famous Liptons I Tea, grown on British soil, tended by British labour, and enjoyed by I Britons of every degree, from King I to cottager. i T| Uniform quality—and that of the j highest—is the unique feature of i Liptons Tea, which, by the way, is I still sold at the popular prices that i obtained prior to the War. I T| Ask your Grocer for Liptons Tea j —either at 1/6, 1/8,1/10. or 2/- • Send two penny stamps to Lipton \ Ltd., Box 222, Wellington, for free I lb. sample of the 2 - grade. HARTY and CO. and N ORETON and BRADFIELD, Duned&.j, Agents for .plago,, Making Ready for Xmas Hams and Bacon! Cured in our own Factory in Canterbury. Deliriously Sweet, and Toothsome ! Real HIGH-GRADE QUALITY. Wardells' Hams are widely known for their Fine Flavor, and you will find them all you could wish for. Dried Fruits! First-class in every way: Smyrna Dates, Greek Currants, Table Figs, California Raisins, and all other Xmas Fruits. Best Values! All Bulk Fruits are cleaned on the premises by Special Machinery. The " Lowest Prices —Always i " Coupons with every Cash Purchase. Useful and Serviceable Gifts for Xmas ! Those who wish to give Practical Presents will find a very Choice Selection of Attractive Articles in the Show Room. These are being sold, in most cases, at lower prices than are asked elsewhere. Tea Sets, Electro-plate, Ornaments, Vases, Rose Bowls, Flower Stands, Art Copper Ware, and numerous other suitable things. We invite inspection, and no one is asked to buy. Don't make your selections till you have visited WARDELLS' SHOW ROOM. GROCERS, TEA AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, GEORGE STREET.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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