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FATSKR xmas is at home daily Aflß THE D.1.C., D.I.C. THOUSANDS OF TOTS AND GAMES FOB THE CHILDREN. ■WE SHALL BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AND OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Until 9 o'clock. D.I.C. D.I.C. D.I.C. CAUTION! It has been brought under our notice that Cordials and AeTated Waters are being •>"* tip in imitation of Thomsons' labels and bottles, and sold at a cheap price ae lomsons' manufacture during tho sumn.cr months, when tho demand for Thomsons' is at its height. Wo are therefore requested to caution the Public that unless the name "THOMSON AND CO." and the trade-mark "PURITY" are on the Capstrle and label of «cb. bottle IT IS NOT GENUINE, and should bo avoided AT ANY PRICE. Cheap Drink* can only be manufactured at tho expenso of the quality of the article. The-y aw not really cheap, however, but dear at any price. Thomsons' Wines. Syrups, and Cordials are quite different from the usual syn-thetically-prepared and bijhly colored decoctions which abound at this time of tho year, the deep coloring o£ the latter being wholly artificial, and intended to hide their inferior quality. Grocers and ail vendors of summer drinks get mori profit off the cheap kind, and are naturally inclined to push them, but any good, respectable tradesman will get you Thompsons' if you ask him. It k most important that the Public should exercise care, pay a fair price, and see that they get THOMSONS' genuine Cordial; otherwise they may bo sersred with cheap decoctions largely composed of chemicals, coloring matter, and reservoir or creek water. Remember that the only water used by Thomsons throughout the wjiolo process of manufacture comes from a lovely crystal spring 200 ft below the surface" so that there is absolutely no sediment, and the earthy, peaty taste so prevalent in Carbonated Waters and Cordials manufactured from reservoir or creek waters is absent from Thomsons'. Thomson and Co. 13 the only firm in dago using artesian water, and, in addition to its great purity, this lovely cool spring water is FROM 15 to 20 DEGREE'S CCOLEK than the reservoir or creek water ccmmonly used. When you buy Thomsons' you not only tret pure, wholesome, and delightfullyflavored beverages, but you GET MORE FOR YOUR MONEY as well. Being highly concentrated and pure, cno bottle of Thomsons' will go further thaa two bottles cf the cheap kind, and you run 110 risk of having your stomach upset. EVERY BOTTLE OF THOMSON AND CO.'S CORDIALS IS PASTEURISED, AND THEREFORE FRKE FROM GERMS. Note the following guarantees: THOMSONS' RASPBERRY VINEGAR (Special Keserve). They guarantee to ua that their Raspberry Vinegar is manufactured from a careAil selection of FRESH FRUIT, and sweetened and thickonod with only the very Finest No. 1 Crystal Sugar. Guaranteed AT LEAST SIX MONTHS OLD before it leaves their factory. No chemical flavoiing or thickening matter used. THOMSONS' GINGER WINE (Special Reserve). They guarantee this Wine to bo manufactured from tho finest tropical ingredients. It is a pure, gannino GINGER WlNE—thoroughly wined tor vears—and is not a Cordial of liquid fruit generally sold as Ginger Wine. It is thorough! v MATURED FOR TWO AND A-HALF YEARS IN SEASONED OAK, then racked twice re-racked, and bottled. It is a wino of rare vincsity and delightful bouquet. THOMSONS' LIMEJUICE CORDIAL (Special Reserve). They also guarantee that their Liuicjuico Cordial is manufactured from the FIRST PRESSTNG of Cultivated and Specially-selected West Indian Limes (not the e ,.EJ&J >r . che l nical es .l ences generally used), and triple refined and reserved for by Messrs Roee and Co., ct London, the leading growers and refiners of the world. It is hot possible to procure fner or purer limejuice than this as Messrs Rose and Co.'. GUARANTEE to THOMSONS is to supply 35 g r oi natural acidity per fluid ounce. The Cordial manufactured by THOMSONS from this Dure V juico is therefore not likely to be equalled, and CANNOT Tm KTrDDAc£irr» between Thomsons' Limejuice Cordial and ,my othei k -!rTJ? la " er ? ( b?t the Pric s' 1E .7 0n ' P ?el l L to avoid colored decoctions acidulated with tartaric, a trie, or acetic acid, INSIST on being supplied with THOMSONS' It adds a new delight to aerated and mineral waters, wines, spirits, etc., and is a most valuable and* refresmng dnnk in hot weather. AN AUSTRALASMN KECOlg* Jg MEDALS AND 31 FIRST to •SVaSMS Si s^iV^^rß^'L^ii^^ order that they make overtake tho usual heavy demand at tht time of Z ycS? ' ™

SPECIAL DISPLAY OF NOVELTIES SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. BKOWN, EWING & CO., LTD, Have just opened a Choice Variety o£ NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS, Including LIBERTY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. LIBERTY ART POTTERY and PEWTER WARE LIBERTY CALENDARS and POST CARDS. LIBERTY SILK - EMBROIDERED FRAMES and BOXES. LIBERTY POT POTJRRI and LAVENDER 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.

FUNERAL NOTICE. fHHB Friends of Mr D. Bacon (of Messrs A D. and J. Bacon) are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late Wife. which will leave his residence, The Crescent, Broad Bay, TO-MOKROW (Tuesday), the 15th irtit.. at 1 p.m., for the place of interment a* the Broad Bay Cemetery JOH> GILLIES. Dudertaker, U Great King street and 24 George street.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15675, 14 December 1914

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