Take Nature* greatest remedy. I and ward off humanity's greatest scourge— | Consumption. 2/6 and 4/6. <* H TXTTTI G*~Sl\J Onr tea,* never vary. TIH l>lE J l_i»VJ l l , <l u ilm( > gat intact ion vou have •■* FIND THE MIXTURE! make from Heanj? Essence more effective for removing colds and sore throats than any other 1 have tried." Mrs. Forrester. Ranfurly. Olngo. Hcan's Essence proves good wherever used, and saves 10,'. for vour pocket. Try it. 2/- everywhere. 1 <££asjQj is Nelson MoHte's. Ths name i 8 a unaranteo of \ nupremc quality and tho prtDr Tf-As gMitPHi value.' Seo yon TO CAMl'r -'S AT W.ARKI NO TON. ■\rOll r,:.-ty C."..i»:f> oe my i.n.]-.ei-ty without. a_ eii f":' p:oYnl"il vou brin:; a pood supply of -KING Otl'AK" S\!U)INi:S. JACK HAYi^KKI"). Yotar Country Meed You! 1} This clarion call, like a veritable ficrv cross, lias srone from one end of the Empire to Ihe other, burning its stirring message into the hearts of Britons all over the world. S*j And already thousands have answered tiic call and donned the khaki uniform of the King. •jj In Scotland, England, Wales, and [[eland men are (locking to the standard in their hundreds at thousands. 11 Large Expeditionary Forces from the Over - Seas Dominions have been despatched to swell Lord Kitchener's Armies. % And still the call comes—" Your Kir.3 and your Country need you!" U Among the employers who arc showing practical patriotism in this crisis is the firm cf Lipton Ltd., which employs .something like 50,000 people in different parts of the I3ritiv.li Empire. The large number of Lipton employees who have gone on active service are drawing half salaries and are assured of full re-mstatement upon return to business. 11 Since the outbreak of War_ there has been a steady increase m the sales of the world-famous Liptons Tea, fjrown on British soil, tended bv British labour, and enjoyed by Britons of every degree, from King to cottager. % Uniform quality—and that of the highest—is the unique feature of LiuLoris Tt-a, v.i.'ich. by the way, is still sold ;tt. the popular prices that obtained prior to the War. "\\ Ask vour Grocer lor Liptons Tea —cither at 16, 1 8, 1 10, or 2/1] Send two penny stamps to Lipton Ltd., Box 222, Weiiir.f-ton, for free £ lb. sample of the 2, - srrade. HARTY and CO. ar=ti MQRETOfI antl BRADFSELD, Duntdin, Agents for £)tri£o,
2VLECCAMO JVHAT /S MECCANO ? Stwl Strips and Angles, Rods, Cear Wheels, Pulleys, Co!ta and HsitS, etc., oto.—ail tha Parts necessary to tna'.ia WORKING MODELS OF MECHANICAL APPLIANCES, STRONG, ENDURING! Evefy Part fB Bofld end, Unbreakable —essentially British—cfcsajw fhiin mm] fllm-sy Continental and vastly racrs Interesting. Five Sires .., «.♦ ».* ... ... *~ ... No- 0. 1. 2. 3. «. Price p«r Sot ~; ... ... :-, ;., «. a/; 8/6. ia/s. 25/. «/.. Makes Motfcto ~. ... ... ..; ... ~ 18. 27. bo. gs. « N a.,,,»Du„ s e : d., GENERAL IRONMONGERS > 7^m2 . PRINCES STREET (Opp. Bank of Now Zealand), DUIMEDIW.
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