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HONEST PRODUCTS, Word has been received from the High Commissioner In London that THOMSON AND CO. have been awarded anothor GOLD MEDAL for Raspberry Vinegar, Llmojuice, and Ginger Wine at tho Festival of Empire and International Exhibition, London. Thi3 is not only a great honor conferred upon Thomson ond Co., bub It reflects upon the Dominion a3 a wholo. This latest addition now brings up the 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. Tho fact that Messrs Thomson and Co.'s Exhibit left Dunedin early in 1911 speaks well for tho 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. "Sba jurors reserved tho "right to disqualify any competitor if thore was not suffiolent intrifc shown in tho goods, or if the analysis detected lead, copper, metallic, or other contamination, adulteration, or impurities." To make the competition porfoctly fair and unbiased, all samples were forwarded with unbranded bottles and corks, plain capsules and wrappers, the judges working by itumbers, which wero Ituovm to the Direotors of tho Exhibition only. Tho system upon which the awards were adjudicated was that of troatlng each point of merit sopftr« »t«ly, as follows: 1. Purity: Freedom from metallic contaminations, adulterations, or impuritios, 40 points. 2. Appearance in Bottle: Corking, color, brilliancy, and general appearance, 10 points. 3. Opening: Indicating conscientious caro in manufacturing, skill in bottling, and freedom from atmospheric air, 10 polnti. 4. General appearance in glass when poured out, indicating character, etc, 10 points. Q. Taste, bouquet, and general palatability. indicating extsnsive expsrieoce In manufacturing, blending, elegance, aroma, including purity, -pungency, anl crispness, 80 points. THOMSONS HAVE BEEN STRIVING FOB, 50 YEARS FOE PURITY AND FOR THE BEST, AND HAVE MADE DUNEDIN THE HOME OF CARBONATED WATERS AND D.LC. FATHER XM AS IS AT HOME DAILY AT THH Did, THOUSANDS OF TOYS AND GAMES FOB THE CHILDREN, WB SHAIA BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AND OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Until 9 o'clock, D.ia DJ.O.

SPECIAL DISPLAY ©P NOVELTIES SUITABLB FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. BROWN, EWING & CO., Have juat opened a Choice Variety of NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS, Including XOBERTY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. LIBERTY ART POTTERY and PEWTER WARE LIBERTY CALENDARS and POST CARDS. LIBERTY SILK - EMBROIDERED FRAMES and BOXES. JJBERTY POT POURRI and LAVENDER SACHETS. LADIES' HANDBAGS. STERLING SILVER-MOUNTED TOILET and PERFUME JARS and BOTTLES. DAINTY LACE COLLARS. GLOVES. UMBRELLAS, and SUNSHADES. BEOWN, EWING, & CO., LTD., PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. CAMERAS CHEAP. STOCK of SECOND-HAND and SHOP-WORN CAMERAS and APPARATUS will be sold very Cheap. Developing and Printing quickly and well done. CAMERA COMPANY, Octagon, Dtinedin.

•FHONE 3,647. OHN OOOK, ' DENTTST. HAINES'S BUILDING, Comer Moray place «nd Princes ctreet, Dunedin. AMUSEMENTb. THI9 3T*jriKQ. Queen's Theatre.—Ficture ertertainmant His Majesty's Theatre.—Pantomime. Plaza Pictures.—Picture entertainment. The Octagon.—Raj-wards' Picturea. King's Theatre.—Fullers' Pictures.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15679, 18 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15679, 18 December 1914

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