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HONEST PRODUCTS. Word has been received from tha High Commissioner In London that THOMSON AND GO. have been awarded another GOLD MEDAL for Raspberry "Vinegar, Limejuice, and Ginger Wine at the Festival of Empire and International Exhibition, London. This is not only a great honor conferred upon Thomson and Co., but it reflects upon the Dominion as a whole. This latest addition now brings up {he firm's list of honors to 25 Gold Medals and 31 First Class Certificates, which have been won in Open Competition in all countries against the world. The fact that Messrs Thornson and Co.'s Eshibifc left Dunedin early in 1911 speaks woll for the purity and the keeping qualities of the goods, and also goes to show their all-round superiority in competing against Cordials which are freshly manufactured and bottled on the spot. The Jurors reserved the "right to disqualify any competitor if there was not sufficient merit shown in tho goods, or if the analysis detected lead, copper, metallic, or other contamination, adulteration, or impurities." To make the competition perfectly fair and unbiased, all samples were forwarded with unbranded bottles and corks, plain capsules and wrappers, the judges working by numbers, which wero known to the Directors of the Exhibition only. The system upon which the awards were adjudicated was that of treating each point of merit separately, as follows: 1. Purity s Freedom from metallic contaminations, adulterations, or impurities, 40 points. 2. Appearance In Bottle: Corking, color, brilliancy, and general appearance, 10 points. 3. Opening: Indicating conscientious care in manufacturing, skill in bottling, and freedom from atmospheric air, 10 points. 4. General appearance in glass when poured out, indicating character, etc., 10 points. 5. Taste, bouquet, and general palatability, indicating extensive experience in manufacturing, blending, elegance, aroma, including purity, pungency, anl crispness, 20 points. THOMSONS HAVE BEEN STRIVING FOR 50 YEARS FOR TURITY AND FOR THE BEST, AND HAVE MADE DUNEDIN THE HOME OF CARBONATED WATERS AND CORDIALS. FATHER XHAS IS AT HOME DAILY AT THE D.1.C., THOUSANDS OF TOYS AND GAMES FOB THE CHILDREN. WE SHALL BB CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AND OPEN Aili DAY SATURDAY Until 9 o'clock. D.1.0. 3X1.0. D.1.0.

dON'T HOARD YOUR MONEY pON'T SQUANDER IT! There in a nutshell you havo tho matured adrico of tho leadinsr men of our nation. Spend your money as usual on tho necessities and certain comforts of life, they toll us now, but cut out all prodigality. You can go on burning as much coal as ever 3nd 3till save money by usin^ GREEN ISLAND COAL AT 10/ PER HALF TON An ideal coal for cooking, and Al fcr all household purposes. Mined at Green Island, sold at lowest rates, and lasts longer than any other coal. Better try half a ton. ALL COAL 3IERCHANTS. GREEN ISLAND COAL SUPPLY CO., 114 KATTBAY STBEET, DUNEDIN. MAIL NOTICE. Northern, Ports (overland). —6.30 a.m. ttnd 10.30 a.m. daily. Chriatchurch and Intermediate Towns (overland). —6.30 a.m. and 10.30 a.m. at the C.P.0.; late letters, 7.40 a.m. and 8 aja. (train); 10.45 a.m. and 11.14 a.m. (train). Invercargill and Intermediate Towns. — 7.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. at the C.P.0.; lata letters, 8 a.m. and 8.30 a.m. (train); p.m. and 4.15 p.m. (train). —Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 10.30 a.m. For Cromwell, Clyde, Ranfuriy, Naseby via Ranfurly, and intermediate offices, daily at 6.30 a.m.; late letters on guard's van 7.45 a.m. For Australian States, Mediterranean port*, Ceylon, India, China, Japan, Straits Settlements, Mauritius, South Africa, United Kingdom, Continent of Europe via Wellington (by north express), 10 a.m. to-morrow. Late-fee letters, 10.30 a.m., and guard's van till 11.15 a.m. For Lyttelton and Cbristchurch (per Westralia), ab 2 p.m. on Friday. Latefee letters, 3 p.m. on board. For the Australian States and South Africa (per Riverina) via Auckland, by north express, at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Late-fee letters, 0.P.0., 10.30 a.m., guard's van at 11.14 a.m. N.B-—The next best despatch for the United States of America, Canada, Centra} America, West Indies, etc., will be HP Saturday, 26th inst., at 10 a.m. Wu. M'Htjtcheson, .Quel Postmaster.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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