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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914
FOR GIFTS. FANCY LACE AND LINEN GOODS ..■Make Useful, Pretty, and Accrptablo Gifts. '"EYELET WORK." in Pure Linen, a!i sizes—Doylevs. 7Jd, 10UI, la 6d ; Tray Cloths, 4s 3d, 4s lid, 55 lid, 6s lid. 9s 6d : Tabic- Centres, 5s 6(1, 6s 6d, 7s 9d, 9s*6d; Tea Cloths, 10s 6d, 12s lid, 19s 6d; Duehosso Sets, lis 6d. LACE in Endless Variety.—T.ahlo Centres, 5s 6d, 7s 6d. 8s lid, 9s lid; Doylcys, Bd, 3d, 10M, Is, Is 2d. Is 6d, Is 9d, Is lid; Tray Cloths, 4s lid, 5s lid, 63 lid. 8s 6d, 9s ' lid 12s 6d; Tea Cloths, 13s 9d, 15s 6J, 255, 32s 6d; Duchesse Sets, 13s lid, 17s 6d, 21s. POINT LACE SUPPER CLOTHS. 6s 6d, 8s lid, 9s lid, 10s 9.1. SILK COT QUILTS, in Cream, Sasc, aud Vicux Rose. Special value, 4s lid each. D. I. C. FOR GIFTS. 19 REASONS. 1. THOMSONS' use only the purest a M nest truir ruees ami trutt extracts, the very finest No. 1 grade cane sugar, while all it her ingredients used for different purposes aro the purest and best obtainable in the world. 2. They guarantee that a!'. Cordials. Carbonated Wafers. Syrups, Wines, etc.. bearin" their name and trade-mark "Purity" on capsule and label, contain NO ADULTERATION OR CHEMICALS OF ANY KIND. 3. To guard a;;iin.= t any possibility of adulteration, all fruit juices, sugar, and other raw material are microscopically and analytically examined in Thomsons' .nalyt.ical. laboratory by our Mr J. S. Thomson, F.C.S., London, before being passed .or manufacture. 4 The. fact on- in which Thomsons' world-renowned drinks are manufactured is the fflost sanitary and BEST-EQUIPPED SOUTH OF THE LINE. The staff arc speciallytrained experts, and are only selected for special duties. 5. The only water used is from a bore 200:t below thr> surface, tapping an artesian rystal spring, and this lovely clear water is preserved in all its natural purity and ..'cshness throughout the whole process •:' manufacture. No chemicals or alum have therefore to be.used for ihe precipitation of suspended or other impurities, as is the case with -'reek or reservoir water. It is als a trim 15 to 20 decrees cojler than the re-.-crroir or creek water commonly used. G. Instead of storing their water in wooden tubs, brick, concrete, or iron tanks, •which are open to the dust, and filth of the City, Thomsons store theirs in hermeti-cally-scaled "tanks, which are porcelain-lined, and absolutely immune from impurity of any kind. The water conies direct froi.i the bore into the bottles, and never at any time comes into contact with the atmospLc-c. 7. All Cordials and Waters which leave their establishment arc manufactured from their artesian crystal spring. 9. All Cordials. Syrups, etc.. are fi!:;"od three times before being bottled. This in art. accounts for the well-known briliiauey and sparkle of THOMSONS' Cordials and Aerated Waters;. 9. To prevent the possibility cf metallic or other contaminations, the. scales used for eighing purposes are manufactured throughout of plateglass. They are kept in her-letieally-scaled glass cases, away from the dust and damp of the atmosphere, and are > delicate as to be able to weigh 1-Ssoth part of .1 grain. iore 200:t below thr> surface, tapping an artesian ittr is preserved in all its natural purity and >,:' manufacture. No chemicals or alum have ion o; suspended or other itnpurities, as is the is als a from 15 to 20 degrees cooler than the rein wooden tubs, brick, concrete, or iron tanks, >f tiie City, Thomsons store theirs in hcrmeti-■liif-d. and absolutely immune from impurity of ■o;.i the bore into the bottles, and never at* any 10. The machinery is lined with soli, plungers instead oi brass, thus prevent! 11. All bottles are of clear crystal gl. ing solution of 15n of caustic soda, for i a. strong solution of permanganate of p. ing). and then rinsed twice with crystal impossible for any foreign substance to re t-very tune for washing and rinsing. 12. No shot machines are used in the leave a poisonous deposit of acetate 0 fore filling. To put aerated waters into yret glass. 13. Cheap corks spoil good contents. '- --r. AH their corks come from the ;' ide. Thcv arc also packed in double 1 silver, and all pumps are fitted with glass the. possibility of metallic contamination. • . They are ail passed through a strong boilnin, and are then thoroughly hand-washed in sh uio machinery being used for the washring water by a patent process that, makes it ain in tin in. Fresh spring water is Used asking of Thomsons' bottles, as these a! way, lead. All bottles are thoroughly dried lievet bottles is like pouring champagne into a Thomsons are very particular to tret the nous Catalonia, cork inresK and are first es, which Cost more money, but lire vents con--14. Pcfore being put. into the bottlo tshlv sterilised. possibility of deterioration, EVERY HGTTEE IS PASTEURISED after it is hermet-. c.illy sea-led. This ensures PERMANENT GOOD QUALITY and absolute proof against, germs. Thomson and Co. are. the only cardial m.iuufaetutrers in the. Dominion" who havo adopted pasteurisation. 16. THOMSONS guarintce their Gin.rerWine to be MATCHED IN SEYSON'FD OAK CASKS FOR TWO AND A-HALF YEARS before beine; bottled, and their Raspberry Vinegar and Limciuiee Cordial to he MATURED IN GLASS FOR \T LEAST SIX MONTHS before being put on the market. 17. In the manufacture of their CirV.inn.ioJ Waters the gas j s washed three times through crystal spring water before being used to carbonate the waters. 18. Thomsons have been awarded 2o SPECIAL GOLD MEDALS and 31 FIRST CLASS CERTIFICATES' in open competition against the world's best, manufacturers This is a record for Australasia, and speaks for itself. 19. Finally, "PURITY" is Thomsoi,' trade-mark and watchword—from the washing and rinsing to the, manufnct.-.iring. boitb:;.:,', corking. labelling, capsuling, and wrapping of the bottles. Result: The people <.■: Otago are supplied with wholesome and refreshing summer drinks that cannot be otoelled in any part of the world and cor tainly CANNOT BE EQUALLED by anything on the », v Zealand market, whether local or imported.
OF NOVELTIES SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. BROWN, EWING & CO., LTD, Have just opened n. Choice Variety of NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS, Including LIBFRTY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. LIBERTY ART POTTERY and PEWTER WARE LIBERTY CALENDARS n;:<l FOfT CARDS. LIBERTY .SILK - EMBROIDERED FRAMES and IJOXES. LIBERTY POT POIJRRI and LAVENDER SACHETS. LADIES' HANDBAGS. STERLING SILVER-MOUNTED TOILET and PERFUME JARS and BOTTLES. DAINTY LACE COLLARS. CLOVES, UMBRELLAS, and SUNSHADES. BROWN, EWING, & CO., LTD., PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN.
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