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19 REASONS. 1 THOMSONS' use only tho purest and best fruit, juices and fruit extract*, tho very M«t No. 1 grade cano "taiga r, while all other ingredients used for different purposes are le purest and best obtainable in the world. 2. They guarantee, that all Cordials, Carbonated Waters. Syrups, Wines. «tc., bearing their name and trade-mark "Purity" on capsule and label, contain NO ADULTERATION OR CHEMICALS OF ANY KIND. 3 To <unrd a'Minst any possibility of adulteration, all fruit juices, sugar, and other raw "material are microscopically and analytically examined in Thomsons analytical laboratory by our Mr J. S. Thomson, F.C.S., London, before being passed for manufacture. 4 The factorv in which Thomsons' world-renowned drinks are manufactured is the roost'sanitary arid BEST-EQUIPPED SOUTH OP THE LINE. Tho staff are special.ytrained experts, and are only selected for special duties. 5. The onlr water used is from a bore 200 ft below ths surface, tapping an artesian crystal spring." and this lovelr clear water >.% preserved in all its natural purity and freshness throughout the whole process «f manufacture. No chemicals or alum hftvo therefore to bemused for the precipitation of suspended or other impurities, as is the ca*e with creek or reservoir water. It. is also from 15 to 20 degrees cooior than tho re-j-ervoir or creek water commonly used. -, 6. Instead of storing their water in wooden tubs, brick, concrete, or iron tanks, which are onen to the dust and filth of the City, Thomsons storo theirs in oonneti-callv-sealed tanks, which are porcelain-lined, and absolutely immuno from impurity of any' kind. Tho water comes direct from the bore into the bottles, and never at any time comes into contact with tho atmosphere. 7. All Cordials and Waters which leave their establishment aro manufactured from their artrsian crystal spring. 8. All Cordials, Svriips. etc., are filtered three times before being bottled. This in m accounts for the" well-known brilliancy and sparklo of THOMSONS' Cordials and aerated Waters. "9. To prevent the possibility of metallic or other contaminations, tho scales used for eighing purposes are manufactured throughout, of plateglass. They are kept in ber-•...eticilly-sealed glass cases, away from the dust and damp of tho atmosphere, and aro so delicate as to be able to weigh l-6uoth part of a grain. 10. Tho machinerv is lined with solid .silver, and all pumps aro fitted with glass plungers instead of brass, thus preventing tho possibility of metallic contamination. 11. All bottles are of clear crystal glass. They are all passed through a strong boiling solution of 15ft of caustic soda, for" lSniin, and are then thoroughly hand-washed in * strong solution of permanganate of potash (no machinery being used for the washing), arid then rinsed twice with crystal spring water by a patent process that makes it impossible for any foreign substance to remain in them. Fresh spring water is used every time for washing and rinsing. 12. No shot machines arc used in the washing of Thomsons' bottles, as these always leave a poisonous deposit of acetate of lead. All bottles aro thoroughly dried before filling. To put aerated waters into wet. bottles is like pouring champagne into a >et glass. 15. Cheap corks spoil good contents. Thomsons are very particular to get the best. All their corks come from the famous Catalonia cork forests, and are first prade. They are also .packed in double bales, which cost more money, but prevents contamination in transit. 14. Before being put into the bottle every cork is carefully selected, and then trior-' oughiy sterilised. 15. To make dnublv sure of absolute purity, as well as to prevent the slightestpossibility of deterioration, • EVERY BOTTLE IS PASTEURISED after it is hermetically sealed. This ensures PERMANENT GOOD QUALITY and absolute proof against germs. Thomson and Co. aro the only cordial manufactutrers in tho Dominion who have adopted pasteurisation. 16. THOMSONS guarantee their Giiiser Wine 10 be MATURED IN SEASONED OAK CASKS FOR 'TWO AND A-HALF YEARS before l.ein- bottled, and their Raspberry Vinegar and Limejuice Cordial t.o bo MATURED IN GLASS FOR AT LEAST SIX MONTHS before beins put on tho market. 17. In the manufacture of their Carbonated Waters the gas is washed three times Ihrwigh crystal spring water before being \\*n\ to carbonate the waters. 13. Thomsons have been awarded 23 SPECIAL GOLD MEDALS and 31 FIRST CLASS CERTIFICATES' in open competition against tho world's best manufacturers, "his is a record for Australasia, and speaks for itself. 19. Finally, "PURITY" is Thomsons' trade-mark and watchword—from the washing and rinsing to the manufacturing, bottling, corking, labelling, capsuling, and wrapping of tho bottles. Result : Tho people of Otago are supplied with wholesome and re. freshing summer drinks that cannot, be excelled in anv part of the world, and certainly CANNOT HE EQUALLED by anything on the New Zealand market, whether local or imported. D.I.C. SILKS ARE RAPIDLY AOVANCINC ! TT WILL I!E TO YOUR TO BUY NOW. FORTUNATELY are holding large supplies of JAPANESE and TUSSORE SILKS, and a'thcugh prices will bo much higher in the near future i ering two reliable qualities at very special prices •- 27in Tle.ivy-wei-ht WHITE JAPANESE WASHING SILK. Tho wear is guaranteed. Price, Is Hid vard. Worth 2s 6J. Jlin TUSSORE SILK. A nice light color, and very brisht. Guaranteed f rco from all filling. Price, Is IVA yard. Worth 2s lid. D.I.C; D.I.C.

yiLL the PERSONS who are LENDING ' MK Illiterate, Malicious, and Contemptible ANONYMOUS CORRESPONDKNCE PLEASE DESIST. Two of them are known, and the Supreme Court- may possibly ;is«rss tho danu»e.«. W. BELCHER. FUNERAL NOTICE. '.HE Friends of Mrs Eliza intend the Funeral of her late daughter, Sarah Ann. which will leave her mother's Chalmers Cemetery, on SATURDAY', the 2nd January, at 1.15 p.m., passing through Port Chalmers about 3.15 p.m. A. J. WYNN AND HOPE, Undertakers. 36 St. Andrew street.

SPECIAL DISPLAY OF NOVELTIES SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. BROWN, EWING & CO., LTD, Hava jurt opened a Choicn Variety of NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS, Including LIBERTY GOODS OF EVERY "DESCRIPTION. LIBERTY ART POTTERY and PEWTER WARE. LIBERTY CALENDARS nnd POST CARDS. LIBERTY SILK - EMBROIDERED FRAMES and BOXES. LIBERTY POT FOURRI and LAVENDER SACHETS. LADIES' HANDBAGS. STERLING SILVER-MOUNTED TOILET and PERFUME JARS and BOTTLES. DAINTY LACE COLLARS. GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, and SUNSHADES. BROWN, EWING, & CO., LTD, PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. CAMERAS CHEAP. OUR STOCK of SECOND-HAND and SHOP-WORN CAMERAS and APPARATUS will be sold very Cheap. Develop. ing and Printing quickly and well done. CAMERA COMPANY, Octagon. Dunedin. •PHONE 3,647. O H N O O O K, ' DENTIST, HAINES'S BUILDING, Coraer Moray placo »rd Priaccs street. Dunedin. IAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply 'Star' Office. Bond street.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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