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*l " Tea taken at three o'clock "in the afternoon is so re- " freshing and invigorating " that if the little, ceremony M of afternoon tea has not hod " a phice in your household "schedule, lot roe beg of you "to install it at once." —B. L-evris, in the ' Housewife.' 5T Is essentially tho Tea for Afternoons. Tt is a dainty, high-class Tea—purs, rich, U wholesome—which makes a beverage that everyone enjoys. TO CAMri?7-S AT WARWNGTON. iTOU >v.ay Camp on my property without. . chs '?s provided vou brins; a good supply of "KING OSCAR" .SARDINES. JACK HAYSEED.

lltttKHMF.^l Lams "« • < WARDELLS are famed for their Christinas Fruits, I^i» 2l i«#-g f which are consistently oF JTItU£S . First-Class Quality the Best and Freshest that the Market affords. All Bulk Fruit is sold ready cleaned and in splendid condition, ready for use. Every variety ol Dried Fruit for the Jfable and the cook. Table tigs, Dates, Raisins, Almonds, Prunes, Californian Seedless Raisins, Greek Currants, and others, also TINNED FRUITS. ifl • - --, Wardells' Hams arc sugar--1 cured in their own Factory, onrse i 1 Only Choice Bacon is used, Lrtilia • and Uiprh-Grade Qualities are the result. A_ " Ward ell Hani" is deliriously and finely Havored ! BACON in sides and rolls of equally'high flass. Also PRO\TSIONS of all kinds—Prime Cheese, Honey, etc., etc. Fill your Holiday Hampers at Wardells' ! ~" * " In Wardells' Confectionery 1 Department you will find a sssrbs'i V rare sp lection of British, UISICUIU«ICiy . American, and Dominion Dainties. Chocolates and Bon-Bons wilh soft, cream)' centres. Nuts, Fruits, etc., Attractne Boxes" for presentation, Glass Jars of ENGLISH TOFFEES, Tins of Caramels—wholesome gifts for children—SUPEßlOß CONFECTIONERY for presentation to Ladies, Cheap, PI/UK LOLLIES in abundance for the Children's Picnics and Holidays, Jujubes Mixtures, etc., etc. * * ' m-e-t t Those who wish to give " Practical Presents are insweet and finely t rolls of equally hit I l'ri:Kra rl-P N^kfTll'l for Housewives! tS Articles in the Show Room. These are being sold in most cases at lower prices than are asked elsewhere. Tea Sets, Electroplate, Ornaments, Vases, Rose Bowls, Flower Stands, Art Coppcrware, and numerous other suitable things. No one is asked to buy Don't make vnur selections till you havs visited WARDELLS' SHOW ROOM. ALL CASH PURCHASERS RECEIVE CASH BONUS COUPONS ! Grocers, Tea & Provision Merchants GEORGE STREET.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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