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, , *Z ' " „ , , t-* / 4 *• . »■ ; DUNEDIN’S HONORS. *iwto» lht«njational ■Exhibition (Mol- Gold Medal* for Lime Juice and Easpffißl Exhibition (Dunedin, J Gpid Medal for Carbonated Waters. , Exhibition (Wellington, 1 Gold Medal for Ginger Wine. •• • " ' ; :' Kg/iad South Seaa Exhibition (Dunedin, K Special Gold Medals for Punty and 4 General Excellence. Exhibition (Bris- g GoH Mcflals,' Lime Juice and Soda r. ■ - Water. Jubaeo Industrial ’Exhibition (Dun- O Gold Medals, Raspberry Vinegar and Exposition (St. Louis, 1901) s A Gold Medals, Ginger Wine, Lime Juice, ■ «, ' 3 Wai-Hongoa, and Soda Water. SR'jr International Exhibition (Christ- Q Gold Medals. Lime Juice, Raspberry, Jjdiaroh, 1906): Ginger Wine.- __ &h': Exhibition (Liverpool. 1906) s • ’ Enmoo-British Exhibition • (London, 1908) i , Xnpaial International Exhibition (London, J Gold Medal for Lemonade. Kjapan-British Exhibition (London, 1910) t \ Gold Medal, Carbonated Waters. Ilcrvsti* Palace International Exhibition 1 Gold Medal for Raspberry Vinegar, Ssf7 (Uindon, 1911): , Ginger Wine, and Lime Juice. f.Thennoa’s Proof of Supremacy 25 Gold lledals ond 31 First Class Cer- ■** - in open competition against the world's best manufacturers. 2 Special Gold Medal fop Purity. 2 Gold Medal for Lime Juice. a*' ■: IK little dearer, but vastly superior t all others, whether foreign or local. %pmfPfV is our watchword from the washing and rinsing to tho manufacturing, ||f/ bottling, corking, capsuling, labelling, wrapping, and delivering of tho bottles. 1 - TRADE MARK: PURITY. ■ . “ CABLE ADDRESS: PURITY. WATCHWORD: PURITY. * . GOODS; PURITY, CT:.---!. t,- <*■■ ’ • PURITY, ; ’ '* '«c£Ul THOMSON’S: FOR GIFTS, D. I. C, FANCY LACE AND LINEN GOODS Make Useful, Pretty, and Acceptable Gifts. EYELET WORK,” in Pure Linen, all sizes.—Doyleys, 7Jd, l&Jd, Is 6d; Tray Cloths, ' 4a 3d, 4s lid. 5s lid, 6s lid, 9s 6d; Table Centres, 5s 6d, 6s 6d, 7s 9d, 9s 6d; Tea Cloths, 10s 6d, 12s lid, 19s 6d; Duchesse Sets, 11s 6d. 21a. . lift POINT T.’ACB SUPPER CLOTHS, 6s 6d, 8s lid, 9s lid, 10s 9d. k'jBPECIAXi DUCHESSE SETS, in AU-over Embroidery or Lace Border, 2s lid set. IItILK COT QUILTS, in Cream, Saxe, and Vieux Rose. Special value, 4s lid each. FOR gifts, D. I.C.

SPECIAL "DISPLAY 6? NOVELTIES SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. '■ BROWN, EWIN® & CO., 1 LTD., Hava Juafi opened a Choice Variety o£ NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS, Including ■HKBBTX GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. tEBEBTY ABT POTTERY and PEWTER WAKE, ftrßteßfPV CALENDARS and POST V CARDS. tdBEETY CTT.K . EMBROIDERED „ THAMES and BOXES. , EDBEETY POTPOURRI end LAVENf.v tKER SACHETS, LADIES' HANDBAGS. pTERLINQ SILVER-MOUNTED TOILET ■ and-PERFUME JARS and BOTTLES. ' DAINTY LACE COLLARS. IVES, UMBRELLAS, and SUNSHADES. BROW, EWING, & CO., HTD., ■ PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. CAMERAS CHEAP. ■UR STOCK of SECOND-HAND >‘/VUR STOCK of SJSCOND-.ttAmJ and SHOP-WORN CAMERAS and APPARATUS will be aold very Cheap. Develop, and Printing quickly and well done. CAMERA COMPANY. Octagon, . * Dunedin. fewf r.g B. J. B L A’K B L E T, V DENTIST, BANK OP AUSTRALASIA, .Corner, of Bond and Rattray street! ti. - ,{N«* Telegraph Office), ■ Telephone 1,859. THONB 3,047. ITOHN COOK. DENTIST. TTAYNTBS'S BUILDING, Coraar Moray place and Prlace* itreet, Dunedin.

FUNERAL NOTICE. fftHE Friends of iho late Mrs Eliza Kevin JL (and family) axe respectfully invited to sttend her Funeral, which will leave her late 3Bsdenc<>. 72 Shetland 'street. Kaikorai, for Ihfc Southam, Church of England Cemetery. TO-MORROW (Friday), 25th (Christmas D*y),at 2 o’clock (via Octagon). A. J. WTNN AND HOPE, Undertaken. 36 St. And-ew street

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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