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VN> aM . oil !£?»* L^s £v Msst ‘f»r 51 (S 4 Es A&gg Recogattkm of th® high, quality of our teas Is igrpified in two ways—first in the awards of great Gold and Silver Medals granted us In the Exhibitions ®f the Dominion ever a long period* and—what is mere gratifying to us—the steady, ever-growing sales and great popularity which, for 3 5 years has kept our tea at the top of the tro®. Everything that care, money and organisation can ~• do has been done to make oar tea perfection. W® are the en£y tea blenders in Australasia with oar own Ceylon Offices, and our Ceylon Buyers supply us with only the best teas obtainable. Careful attention, selection and expert blending, linked with the high quality of the teas, produces an article which, for strength, delicacy of flavour, and purity, is on a plane by itself. Nelson Moate’s Pure Tea is made by experts for experts. In the first cup you drink you will find out why our teas are recognised as the best. We only ask you t® buy ©ae packet, because we knosu it will convince you at once, ' y -- * * Only Gold Medal 18S2 (in open competition) First Silver Medal 1882 Gold Medal - 1907 Two Gold and two SpedaikMedals 1914 (is apsa cjapetitlsa) i&giSSt WHOLESALE AGENTS: MESSRS MILNE, EREMNER, LTD., DUNEDIN.

GENTS’ NEGLIGE SHIRTS', soft cuffs .and band* in pretty Striped Reps and Cambrics, Nevr Drab and Tussore-colored Poplins. 3/11, 4/S) 5/6. GENTS’ WHITE SILK SHIRTS, rich quality, beautifully finished. A sensible gift! ID/8 each. GENTS’ TvSS OK. E S-TTiK, SHIRTS, superb quality, very dvosßV. 11/8 each. GENTS'* PYJAMAS, in Ceylonese, Superior Winceys, and Ooylon Flannels; pretty blended stripe.?. 4/11, -X/tls> 10/8. GENTS’ UMBRELLAS, plg-m or silver-mounted handles, strong frames, covered with highstandard durable cloths. A useful gift! S/S, 7/6, 10/8 to 25/. Gouts’ Silkin Initial HANDKERCHIEFS, Ato Z. 1/ each. Bolscffmg- a- Gift for Man..- as, though a pleasant, not always an easy teak. A visit to our Sion’s Department-will help to make it much leas difficult. W© are stowing a large selection ox Useful Things, that look well-, and am, likely, by the excellent Kerrioa they afford, to arouse kind thonghie.--<jf -the giv-er. You. are invited to call! GENTS’ SUIT CASES, in Brown Leatherette or Fibre, covered with Greon Canvas, An -essential travelling requisite fbr the holidays; 22in to 28ixu 8/6 to 17/8. TRAVELLING RUGS, best Colonial makes, All Wool 5 beautiful patterns. A,welcome Christmas giftl '53/6. Gents’ BRACES,, heavy or light fittings, strong elastic webbing. 1/ s 1/3, 2/S, 3/3. GENTS’ TlES.—Special Purchase, Bbo dozen Gents’ Sid: and Poplin Wide-end Ties; superb qualities, chaste designs, hugo variety, 1/ and 1/6 each. Gents’ Colored SiPr" HANDKEB - CHIEFS, rich' quality; Brown. Navy, Green, and Grey, with ** Trilby pattern m corners, > A nice present. 3/11 each. Gents’ White, Silk HANDKERCHIEFS, Plain or Initial. Always in demand at Christmas time. 2/S, 2/11, 3/6. Gents’ Irish, Linen HANDKERCHIEFS, grassJdeaehed, fpie--| quality. 4/8, S/6, 8-/6 per- .1 dozen. I Gents’ Hemstitched ditto. E/9, !' 6/S, 5/6 to 11,-S per 'half-do2er. ' Gents’ 'White Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS. 3 lor-.1/ and/; 8 for--1/8. n Men's -Department. GEORGE/STREET.

-a score of imitatit Bennington's Irish Pv they CANNOT curt, coughs as will Boaningt for the famous name on fl tn*is\ on the genuine if more rbabig bottle ’/Strs POUXAWEA VIS' ON’T Forget a wipj OSCAR SARDJ? They aro ihe I Any Hour of the Evening, and g AX results, no mat time- the Photo is You see,, we are Sj in Photography by Light, so if you ar to spare the time the day you can. i appointment and along in. the oven sit for Photo And you can rest that the Efnishec will be equal ii respect to one ti daylight.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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