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Ui ■ &*.•! —. pxc. «• s - • FATHER XMAS IS AT HOME DAILY AT THE D.1.0.. . With • THOUSANDS OF TOYS AND GAMES FOR THE CHILDREN. WE SHALL BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AND OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Until 9 o’clock. D.1.0. D.I.C. D.LC. CAUTION I Xi ta notice «J» «““«* d - U ' and fcr ‘ IhOraSOILS s at its he^ht. We axe thex BON AND CO.’ f“S IF-* 155 w and SSial. «o q«u; different from the usual synsut sssf —si j lO Public should exercise care, pay a fair price, and aco ■ +b»w J»t THOMSONS’ genuine Cordials; otherwise they may be served with cheap -SS&lte^SsSa 1 5 or.ho.i»b, <**, mailer, an! j«mlr » «* w*r. Remember that tho only water used by throughout the w,.010 ef ' manufacture comes from a lovely crystal spring 200tt below tap s l“*“« e - Vatw no‘sediment, and the earthy, peaty taste so nrevakuit '\ at '’ rs and Cordials manufactured from reservoir or creek waters is ateeut from Thomsons, Thomson and Co. U the only firm in Otago using artesian water and, 1 » a i 1^^ 10 " to lie great puritv. this lovely cool spring water ia SLUM 15 to 20 DEGBhl.a ’ COOLER than the’reservoir or creek water cuumonly used. When you buy Thomsons’ you not only get pure, wrn.csome. and clehplitfull}but von GfeT MORE FOB TOUR MONEY as well. Being |,.>bly concentrated and piire, cue bottle of Thomsons’ will go further than two bottles efthe cheap kind, and you run no risk of having your stomach upset. (EVERY BOTTLE OP THOMSON AND CO.’S CORDIALS IS PASTEURISED, AND THEREFORE FREE FRO3I GERMS. Hot# th» fallowing guarantees: THOMSONS’ RASPBERRY VINEGAR ; (Special Reserve). They guarantee to us that their Raspberry Vinegar is manufactured from a care■’fill selection of FRESH FRUIT, ami sweetened and thickened with only the very Knert No. l Crystal Sugar, Guaranteed AT LEAST SIX MONTHS OLD before it leaves their factory. No” chemical flavoring or thickening marter uaed. THOMSONS’ GINGER WINE •- (Special Reserve). They guarantee tliis Wine to be manufactured from the finest tropical _ ingredients. It is a i » Cordial of 3KATUBBD FOR «««■ .* ~ r — r —- -- twice re-racked, and bottled. It is a wma o: raro vincaity end delightful bouquet. THOMSONS’ LIME JUICE CORDIAL (Special Reserve). They also guarantee that their Limcjuico Cordial is manufactured from tho ‘FIRST PRESSING of CrJtivated and Specially-selected Wc.-t Indian Limes (not the crude pulp or chemical essences generally used), and triple refined amt reserved for '.THOMSONS bv Messrs Roeo and Co., of Loudon, fbn leading growers and refiners F«f the world. * It is not possible to procure flier or purer limejuicn than this, as Messrs Rosa and Co.’s GUARANTEE to THOMSONS is to supply 35gr of natural : acidity per fluid ounce. Tho Cordial manufactured by THOMSONS from this pure fruit juice is therefore not likely to be equalled, and CANNOT BE SURPASSED ‘by any other manufacturer IN THE WIDE WORLD. There is really no comparison between Thomsons? ’ limcjuico Cordial and any others I local or foreign) on this mar-/teb—-no matter what tho price. If you want to avoid colored decoction* acidulated ■with tartaric, citric, or acetic acid. INSIST on being supplied with THOMSONS’. :It adds ft new delight to aerated and mineral waters, wines, spirits, etc., and is a most valuable and refreshing drink in hot weather. AN AUSTRALASIAN RECORD: 25 SPECIAL GOLD MEDALS AND 31 FIRST CLASS CERTIFICATES. NOTH.—Thomson and Co. respectfully request customers and the public generallv * aend in CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR ORDERS as EARLY as POSSIBLE, in enler that they make overtake Ilia usual heavy demand at this time of The year. tanteo tliis Wine to bo manufactured from the finest tropical ingredipure, genuine GINUBB WlNE—thoroughly wined for years—and is not f liquid fruit generally sold as Ginger Wine- It is thoroughly DR TWO AND A-HALP YEARS IN SEASONED OAK, then rocked.

CAMERAS CHEAP. OUR STOCK of SECOND-HAND and SHOP-WORN CAMERAS and APPARATDS will be sold very Cheap. Develop, mg and Printing quickly and well done. CAMERA COMPANY, Octagon, Dunedin. A. B. J. BLAKELEY. DENTIST. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Corner of Bond and Rattray streets (Next Telegraph Office). Telephone 1.859.

DON’T HOARD YOUR MONEY AND DON’T SQUANDER IT 1 There in a nutshell you have the matured advice of the. leading men of our nation. Spend your money as usual on the necessities and certain comforts of life, they tell ua now, but cut out all prodigality. T ' You can go on burning as much coal as ever and still save money by using GREEN ISLAND COAL AT 10/ PER HALF TON FOR CASH. An ideal coal for cooking, and A 1 for all household purposes. Mined at Green Island, sold I' at loivesfc rates, and lasts longer than any other coal. Better try half a ton. ALL COAL MERCHANTS, GREEN ISLAND COAL SUPPLY CO., 1U RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN’. SPECIAL DISPLAY OP NOTELITES SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, BROWN, EWING & CO., LTD, Have just opened a Choice Variety of NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS, Including LIBERTY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. LIBERTY ART POTTERY and PEWTER WARE. , LIBERTY CALENDARS end POST CARDS. LIBERTY SILK - EMBROIDERED THAMES and BOXES. LIBERTY POT POURRI and LAVEN- ‘ DEB SACHETS. LADIES’ HANDBAGS. STERLING SILVER-MOUNTED TOILET and PERFUME JARS and BOTTLES. DAINTY LACE COLLARS. CLOVES. UMBRELLAS, and SUNSHADES. BROWN, EWING, & CO. • LTD., PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. (T-A LL ALTERATIONS OP DISPLAY L3L advertisements be HANDED IN to the Office BEFORE the PRECEDING. EAX.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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