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stops all exports of 11 The cables tcli us that the British Government has stopped ali exports of Tea into Holland. fj British Tea, because of its superior quality, was being supplied to the enemies of the British Empire through Dutch territory," while large quantities of the inferior Dutch Java Tea were dumped into British Colonies. (Java Tea is used as a "cheapening" with other lea in order to reduce the quality and bo lower the cost). "jj Liptons Tea is British Tea ; it comes from India and Ceylon, from the great Lipton Tea Gardens. Lipton Ltd. is the only tea firm operating in New Zealand that owns private tea plantations. Thousands of acres are under crop every year producing enormous supplies of Liptons Tea iov consumers all over the World. "ffTlelp the Empire to increase and maintain its revenue to carry on the War ! The nation with the longest purse is the one that will win! Every pound of Indian and Ceylon Tea you drink helps the British nation. % Lipton Ltd. guarantee that so long as India and Ceylon are in existence they will give you Indian and Ceylon Tea. fl And they further guarantee that not a grain of Java 1 ea enters the famous Lipton blends. T! Grocers everywhere stock Liptons Tea. If your sjrocer cannot supply you, Lipton Agents vvili send you any quantity, carriage paid. Don't forget this. % Insist upon Liptons—besides helping Britain and our loyal Indian and Ceylon subjects—besides helping the British revenue; —you get the best, the purest, and the most delicious Tea on the New 2ea» land market, and you have the fine 3»<tau faction of knowing that you have dor>e a duty to the Empire. *fl Try tW L/ipten flavour in any cf 0« fo9lowing blends: 1/6, 1/8, 1/10, 2/fl You can have a ilb. sample packet of the 21- grade by sending two penny stamps to Lipton Ltd., Box 222, Wellington. HARTY zn'J CO. and MORETON £ BRA OF I ELD, Dunedin, Agents fs: •"" 'GOVERNMENT -a s .„. _„ * tf?3 FT :.. DEPARTMENT ' ' FACT 830. 0. The GUARANTEE OF THE STATS goes with every policy issued : by the Department. Every person insured under its conditions rests absolutely secure, .'ls as certain to ba paid when the • claim accrues as that the sun shall I rise in the morning. KH jSwggp M 4 All BSSEffiSffIS&MR* 3»«sa of Emma, Baa Leg*, ABaoesscß, Both, S of all kinds, Piles, Glandular Swellings, Blood Poison, Rhonmatiam. Goat. 4c, it has efl«eto<l trolj lemfH-kahl* cureo where ftU other trattratnii £c\a tailed. It will do ths tame for joa. ( ) CURES &lb f BKIN & BLOOD DISEASES, 09 OS ©hamlets end Storey .--. -—--• j -^ws^smmaiKisssssssfai HAWKINS'S FKICE LIST. J">OPT Free. —Good J-liioiusj ft ran -U frd t> 12s 6d c;i::h. Address Mr L. Hawkins George street, Dvniediii. VAMOND "livor, 6d; Dr Bloom's Com BJ plexion l';i!s, 4s 6d; Spring Blossun Pills, 6d rind !<•_ At_M;;\vkms - s. EimTJuRA" Oir.lnMH, Is fid: Certicur:: Pills, is 3d; C'.iticura P.lood Cleanser 4s 6d : Certicura Chilblain OiiHni'.mr, 1* Hawkins's, Georgejdrcet. fWDAIHX l.iiiii-.drv G!ri7.>V' the onh genuine "Chinese Glaze," 6d and Is; evcivwhero. Agent: Win. Taylor, ineichant PinF PiTls7 2s~Gd •' "Dean'! VV Pills, 2s Sd; Ointment. 2s 9d ; Morse - : Indian Root Pills, Is; Dutch Drops. J3<L_ Tonic, 2s 9d; Ayer's Sirsa p.i.'Tllti. "Is 3d; Kepler's F.xlvact. M:ilt 2s 6d; Jeyes' Fluid. 6d and Is boalo. 31LLS— Bcc.-iiam's, Hollovray's. Cockle's Fletcher's, Seigel's, Is 3d box; Bil< lid; ApentH, W : :uer, Is 6d; Hawkins's Pink Pills, Is 6d. 7.oUND.—Chdbla'ns ar ' Spring Bio; . everywhere Ointment," 6d and Is. Sold everywhere. CERTICURA Soap,'' Is; Painkiller, Is; Spring Blossom Soap, 6d: "Arsenical Pills "Is 6d. Hawkins's, George street. JLOOMINE," the great Com. Wart, and ja.s Bunion Cure, price 6d; the cheapest and best. Sold everywhere. fAWKINSs sixpenny Cough Kcmcciy ._L cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Diigh, Bronchitis. Trade-mark: "Big Six." ■RS~I,OTJISA""HAWKi:N T S , S Infant Teeth- . ing Syrup, Is bottle; " Infant Soothing Powders," Is box; "Gem Worm Powders,"lb. Hawkins's, George street. .

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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