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Ei'-. ' GREAT BRITAIN’S OPINION. Sir CHARLES A. CAMERON, of Dublin, 0.8., M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., FJ.C., Professor of Chemistry, R.C.5.1.. Ex-president and Professor of Hygiene and Chemistry of theaßoval College of Surgeons, and Public Analyst. - E. GODWIN CLAYTON, of London, F.1.C., F.G.S., Member of the Society of Public Analysts, Consulting Analyst, Bacteriologist, and Assayer, author of ‘A Compendium of Food Microscopy’ and other storks. WHAT THEY SAY: Sir G. A. CAMERON’S OPINION. January, 19H.--Tho Raspberry Vinegar manufactured by Messrs ThomfcJsSTand Co Dunedin, New Zealand, has the full and pleasant odor of fresh, ripe raspSWries, It ’contains the extremely high proportion of 28.74 per cent, of grape sugar, gj'havo never met with a better specimen of Raspberry Vinegar. Messrs Thomson and |€ifcV preparation is exceptionally pure, and of first-rate quality. B. GODWIN CLAYTON’S OPINION. Jedtorinss,' and mineral acids. This Baspbar _ ... , of the kind that has been subm tted tc me. Amlme dye tested for m all cases irfwHH. negative results; mineral acids absent; metallic contaminations absent. Because irbt its freedom from tho exceptionable components just mentioned, as well as from its IScharacteristics generally, Messrs Thomson and Co.’s Raspberry Vinegar is of tho first p'fpilfty, and comes into the category of the highest class of such products. Sir C. A. CAMERON’S OPINION. of the very best. This preparation is absolutely pare, E. GODWIN CLAYTON’S OPINION. •LONDON December, 1910.—Thomsons’ Lime Juice Cordial was notable for the “distinctive and strongly-marked flavor of the limes, and for its freedom from extrane“oui* constituents. It must bo pronounced an excellent preparation. From its characslstics "enerally, and because of its freedom from exceptionable components, Messrs tV’lHbmaon’and Co’’s Lime Juice Cordial is. of the first quality. •/ Sir C. A. CAMERON’S OPINION. •t* ■ DUBLIN, January, 1911.—1 have examined the Ginger Wine manufactured by •Messrs Thomson and Co.. Dunedin, New Zealand. This liquid yielded by evaporation /‘•’the l«p»e amount of 22.12 per- cent, of extract of the nature of Genuine Green Ginger “it was an extremely good quality beverage. This preparation is of first-rato By!-'; E. GODWIN CLAYTON’S OPINION. |S-i LONDON, December, 1910.—Thomsons’ Green Ginger Wine, like the other samples ivAnalysed, was’notably pure and free from adulterants, coloring matters, added acids, teond’the like. Because of its freedom from the exceptionable components just men- « tinned, os well as from its characteristics generally, Messrs Thomson and Co.’s Ginger comes into the category of the highest class of such products. SPECIAL GOLD MEDALS IN OPEN COMPETITION AGAINST THE WORLD. 8.1.0. FOR GIFTS. D. I. C. " FANCY LACE AND LINEN GOODS Make Useful, Pretty, and Acceptable Gifts. St '■ gT- “EYELET WORK,” in Pure Linen, all sizes.—Doyleys, ?icl, IOJd, Is 6d; Tray Cloths, 5' 4b 3d, 4a lid. 5s lid, 6s Hd, 9s 6d; Table Centres, 5s 6cl, 6s 6cl, 7s 9d, 9s 6cl; Tea &, ■; Cloths, 10s Bd, 12s lid, 19s 6d; Duchesse Sets. 11s 6d. &ALACE in Endless Variety.—Table Centres, 5s 6cl, 7s 6d, 8s lid, 9s lid; Doyleys, Bd, 9d, l(ttd. Is, Is 2d, Is 6d, Is 9d, Is lid; Tray Cloths, 4s lid, 5s lid, 6s Hd. 8s 6d, 9a pjfv Ud, 12s 6d; Tea Cloths, 13s 9d, 15s 6d, 255, 32s 6d; Duchesse Sets, 13s Hd, 17s 6d, Pft' 21a. • * POINT T.Afffi SUPPER CLOTHS, 6s 6d, 8s Hd, 9s Hd, 10s 9d. DUCHESSE SETS, in All-over Embroidery or Lace Border, 2s Hd set. STLK COT QUILTS, in Cream, Saxe, and Vieux Rose. Special value, 4s Hd each. FOR GIFTS. D.I.C. D.I.C, irf

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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