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I'Your Eiag and Your Country Need You S *[| This clarion call, like a veritable fiery cross, has gone from one end of the Empire to the other, burning its stirring message into the hearts of Britons all over the world. And already thousands have answered the call and donned the khaki uniform of the King. •ft In Scotland, England, Wales, and Ireland men are flocking to the standard in their hundreds o! thousands. U Large Expeditionary Forces from the Over - Seas Dominions have been despatched to swell Lord Kitchener's Armies. % And still the call comes—-" Your King and your Country need you!" fl Among the employers who are showing practical patriotism in this crisis is the firm of Lipton Ltd., which employs something like 50,000 people in different parts of the British Empire. The large number of Lipton employees who have gone on active service are drawing half salaries and are assured of full re-instatement upon return to business. % Since the outbreak of War there has been a steady increase in the sales of the world-famous Uptons Tea, grown on British soil, tended by British labour, and enjoyed by Britons of every degree, from King to cottager. <|J Uniform quality—and that of the highest—is the unique feature oi Liptons Tea, which, by the way, is still sold at the popular prices that obtained prior to the War. % Ask your Grocer for Liptons Tea —either at 1/6, 1/8, 1/10. or 2/f| Send two penny stamps to Lipton Ltd., Box 222, Wellington, for free £ lb. sample of the 2/- grade. i^y^^^i^^^i^llfpjl HARTY and CO. and KG R ETON and BRADFIELD, Dunedtn, Agents for WARRINGTON VISITORS. 'ING OSOAR" SARDINES are finest .._.. quality obtainable. Insist on getting " KING OSCAR." Beyond all doubt a score of imitations flatter Bonnington's Irish Moss, but they CANNOT cure colda mA ccughi e« will Bonninslon e. Look (or the famous name on the bottle—insist on the if you mu:,t. Th« bit! botlls u tha more economical; fimmtMJmmSM TAIERI MOUTH VISITORS JON'T Forget your supply of OSCAR" SARDINES. Tbuy best. Don't take something " just c Many thousands of people make their own good cough, " rold, and sore throat medicine. , .Theyuse HEAN'S ESSENCE. VVOne bottle makes a pint and \S\ saves ten shillings. 7 TO CAMPERS AT WARRINGTON. ""TOD" r,:ay Camp on my property without charge provided you bring a good supply of "KING OSCAR" SARDINES. JACK HAYSEED. J 12s 6d e; 150 George street, Jihmedin. _ ERTICURA" Ointment. Is 6(1; Certicur.i Pills. Is 3d; Ceriicura Chilblain Ointment, Is; Hawkins's Magic Hair Vigor, Is 6d bottle. '.._... BLOOMINE is a pains "taking" remedy, a sure cure. It will relievo you in SPRING Blossom Ointment cures .J Burns, Sore Eyes, Sore Legs, and Irritating Eruptions. 6d and Is everywhere. " ADTES. cure yourselves with " Oransro ,«_J Blossom"; one month's treatment, ss. General agent: Hawkins, herbalist, George street. ARSENICAL Pills, Is 6d; Pink Pills, ±\ Is 6d; Dr Bloom's Ointment, Is Gd; Pile Ointment. Is 6d. Hawkins's, George street. * CtFRING Blossom Soap, healing, soothing. O and cleansing, fragrant and'refreshing; price 6d. Hawkins's, 150 George street. B'jfANf&Rl ~G ']a"ze.~~i he'" onfv J_ genuine "Chinese Glaze," 6d and Is'; everywhere. Agent- Win. Tayior, merchant. MRS LOUISA HAWK!NS'S Infa.nt Teeth"ing Synip, Is bottle: "Infant Soothing Powder's," Is box; "Gem Worm Powing Powders," Is box; dors," Is. Hawkins's. HAWKINS'S Sixpenny Cough Remedy cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis. Trade-mark: "Big Six." DIAMOND Dyes' 6d; Dr Bloom's Complexion Pills, 4s 6d: Spring Blossom Pills, 6d and Is. At Hawkins's. PORTOBELLO VISITORS. TV)NT. Forget Vour supply of "KING J. OSCAR" SARDINES.Don't talus any other hrand.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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