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The LastThitiq atNiahh Will ensure . „ Good Health PURE BLOOD Gives Women Beautiful Complexions, and Men Clear Skins. Banish Pimples, Blotches, Eruptions, Blemishes! . . Cures Eczema, Piles, Etc. It PURIFIES the r A Fountain of Life $ —THE BLOOD! " ;! Of untold Value to Girls and Young Women. sroraEam Llptons Famous Tea is in a class by itself! 1} That's exactly why the claim of Distinction is made on its behalf. U Where Uptons Tea differs from other teas, it is vastly superior because of that very difference. T[ In the first place, the flavour of Liptons Tea is quite unique and is obtained at great expense. Only a large concern like Lipton Ltd. could afford to sell at ordinary prices a tea with such a high-grade and distinctive flavour. And it is this fact that makes Liptons Tea absolutely the best tea value in the World. f Further, this distinctive flavour and the unsurpassed quality of Liptons Tea are maintained throughout the whole year. These features, which are found only in Liptons Tea, are made possible simply because Liptons carry huge stocks of their high-grade Tea over the two bad Ceylon seasons when good tea cannot be grown. Of course, a firm owning large plantations and supplying a World demand can afford to store enormous quantities of tea in order to maintain the same high standard of quality from January to December. .*jl Another distinction enjoyed by Liptons Tea is that it has won more Gold Medals and Diplomas than all other teas combined. 1j To sum up, Liptons Tea has a distinctive flavour and it is without question the finest tea at the various prices offered to the New Zealand public. ff Ask your Grocer or Storekeeper for Liptons Tea —he stocks it at 1/6. 1/8, 1/10 and 2/-. Or if he hasn't a supply in hand, send to Lipton Ltd., Box 222, Wellington, for a free sample, of the 2/grade enclosing two penny stamps and giving your grocer's name. '■V~l< i'...V. WiVHIMS&jfAr HARTY and Co. and MORETON and BRAOFIELD, Dwnsdin, Agents for Qtago.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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