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The Rug Superb! TOURISTS are charmed and delighted with the Exquisite, Soft Fieeciness and the Dit* tmctive Beauty of the MOSGIEL RUG. Il purchased bjr H.M. the Kina Sold at all the Bast Sheas. British Government stops all exports of Tea to Holland I f The cablet tel! ut that the British Government has stopped all exports of Tea into Holland. f British Tea, because of its super* ior quality, was being supplied to the enemies of the British Empire through Dutch territory, while large quantities of the inferior Dutch Java Tea were dumped into British Colonies. (Java Tea is used as a " cheapening " with other Ted in order to reduce the quality and so lower the cost). Uptons Tea is British Tea; it comes from India and Ceylon, from the great Upton Tea Gardens. Upton Ltd. is the only tea firm operating in New Zealand that owns private tea plantations. Thousands of acres are under crop every year producing enormous supplies of Liptons Tea for consumers all over the World.. Tf Help the Empire to increase and maintain its revenue to carry on the Warl The nation with the longest purse is the one that will win! Every pound of Indian and Ceylon Tea you drink helps the British nation. TI Lipton Ltd. guarantee that so long as India and Ceylon are in existence they will give you Indian and Ceylon Tea. U And they further guarantee that not a grain of Java Tea enters the famous Lipton blends. n Grocers everywhere stock Liptons Tea. If your grocer cannot supply you, Lipton Agents will send you any quantity, carriage paid. Don't forget this. II Insist upon Liptons—besides helping Britain and our loyal Indian and Ceylon subjects—besides helping the British revenue —you get the best, the purest, and .the most delicious Tea on the New Zealand market, and you have the fine satisfaction of knowing that you have dors a duty to the Empire. U Try the Lipton flavour in any cf the fal* lowing blends: 1/6, 1/8, 1/10. 21H You can have a Jib. sample packet of the 21- grade by sending two penny stamps to Lipton Ltd., Box 222, Wellington. 2 N.I.A.A. HARTY and Co. and MO RETON £.; d BRADFIELD, Dunedin, Agents fst Otago.

HOW TO BE HAPPY HELP MAKE SOMEBODY ELSE HAPPY. THIS IS THE SPRING OF TRUE HAPPINESS. Put the Christmas Joy Spirit into your Gift Buying, and your Christmas Giving will be a Greater Pleasure. BROWN, EWING & Co., Ltd. HAVE UNDOUBTEDLY THE CHOICEST ASSORTMENT OF NOVELTIES SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS IN THE CITY. THEREFORE GIFT-BUYING AT BROWN, EWING’S SHOULD BE A PLEASURE. EXCLUSIVE LIBERTY NOVELTIES, IN ART POTTERY, SILK-EMBROIDERED GOODS, PEWTER WARE. CALENDARS. DAINTY NECKWEAR, IN LACE, SILK, MUSLIN, AND PIQUE. AT POPULAR PRICES—I/, 1/6, 1/11, 2/6 to 7/6 eaoh. LADIES' HANDBAGS, NEWEST SHAPES, SUPERIOR QUALITY. 6/, 7/6, 10/6, 12/6, 15/, 17/6 to SY/G each. LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS, IN J AND * DOZEN BOXES. DAINTILY-EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS. 1/9, 2/3, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6 to 10/6 per box. f PURE LINEN HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS. 4/3, S/3, 6/3, 8/3, | 10/3 per box of half-dozen. "1 COLORED BORDERED HANDKERCHIEFS. 3 for 9d, 3 for 1/, and 3 for 1/3. LADIES' KID GLOVES ARE A MOST USEFUL PRESENT. FRENCH KID AND SUEDE GLOVES. 3/11, 4/6, 4/11 to 7/6. AR evades. REAL “REINDEER" GLOVES. 7/6, 10/6, 17/8 pair. Lovely quality. LONG MOSQUETAIRE GLOVES, in White, Pastille, and Blaok. From 6/e pair. LADIES' UMBRELLAS. IN CHOICE STYLES. BLAOK .‘ 7/6, 9/6, 12/6, 13/6, 15/, 16/6 to 45/. COLORED UMBRELLAS, in Navy, Green, Violet, Brown. 13/8 to 39/6. LADIES’ BLACK PURE SILK HOSE From 8/11 to 21/ i A Dainty Assortment of Lace and Embroidered Traycloths, Cushion and Cosy Covers, Doyleys, Mats, Duchesse Sets, and Table Centres. Brown, Ewing & Co., Ltd. Princes Street, DUNEDIN.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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