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& >b 111 WAJMtV tlAa i Übe mm of ltfnc)Ban& Queens *|) Royal personages are like other people in their partiality to “ the cup that cheers," and-it will interest our readers to know that the British Royal Family drink the high-grade quality Tea grown on Lipton’s immense Ceylon estates. This famous Tea is also supplied by special appointment to the Royal Courts of Europe and to the ViceRegal Court of India, IS Lip tons Tea is a Regal Blend in very truth ; it enjoys the unique position in the Tea world of being hj absolutely the only Tea grown, picked, graded, blended and packed by the one firm. Every process, from preparing the ground and planting and tending the trees, to supplying the public of New Zealand and the world at large, is carried out by Lipton employees under the expert supervision of Lipton Tea Specialists. 1 The result of all this is that New Zealanders are offered the highest quality tea it is possible to produce, as Liptons are in the happy and unique position of being able to pick and choose from the finest Tea crops grown in Sunny Ceylon. The choicest portions are naturally set aside for their own special consumers. It is an unchallenged fact that Liptons Tea is absolutely the finest on the market at the various prices. You simply cannot buy better Tea than Lipton’s best “there IS none better. *l] Despite the superlative quality of this famous Tea the prices are only 1/6, 1;8, 1/10 and 2/- per pound. Ask your grocer for Liptons Tea —the Tea your King and Queen drink and enjoy daily. U If you would care to give it a ttyout send two penny stamps to Lipton Ltd., Box 222, Wellington, and a |lb. Sample Packet of 2/Tea will be sent you by return mail. HARTY and Co. and MO RETON and BRAOFfELD, Dunedin, Agents for Otago. (Your Eyes are Worth Taking Care Of. 15 minutes some day soon and Iffil us advise you os to your Spectacles, JOHNSTONE & HASLETT (Certificated), CHEMISTS AND OPTICIAN®, 162 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Peat Offloo)* ■- OUN ELDIN' People the Flavor! Houser- ;v » Like the Price! I Thereby a ; :! s “ or piquant ] ‘^Suap, ,, in the Havor of the celebrated Melhuish’s Worcester Sauce which strongly appeals to the taste of almost everybody I The enormous demand testifies to its popularity. Not surpassed by the -most expensive imported brands. Housewives ran yet purchase it for less than half the price of these. Melhuish’s “ Oriental Relish ” and Pickles are very fine. 'Pry them I LANE’S EMULSION for that Cough it’s a sterling remedy. 2 6 and 4i6 everywhere. ' Hean’f Is the original and genuine cough mixture essence. Saves your money — does you good. Wise people always refuse imitations. HAWKINS’S PRICE LIST. I POST Free.—Good Enemas from 4s 6d to 12s 6d each. Address Mrs L. Hawkins, 150 George street. Dunedin. 1 CERTICURA” Ointment, Is 6d; Certicura Piih, Is 3d; Certicnra Chilblain Ointment, Is; Hawkins’s Magic Hair Vigor, ; Is fid bottle. _ _ _ 1 B LOOMINGYs a pains “taking” remedy, a sure euro. It w;ll relieve you m three applications. LL the difference between having painful I corns and not having them is sixpence | —the price of Bloominc. I BLOdMINE,’’ the great Corn, Wart, and Bunion Cure. Price, 6d. everywhere, and Hawkins’s, 150 George street. __ R~ OUGH and Reddy Hands, Chapped Lips and Face cured with “ Spring Blossom Ointment.” Sold at Hawkins’s. “ OPRING Blossom Ointment ” cures j IO Burns, Sore Eyes, Sore Legs, and | Irritating Eruptions. fid and Is everywhere. LADIES, cure yourselves with “ Orange Blossom”; one mouth’s treatment, ss. General agent: Hawkins, herbalist, George I street. 5 RSENICAL Pills, Is 6dl Pink Pills, r A Is 6d; Dr Bloom’s Ointment, Is‘fid; 5 Pile Ointment. Is 6d. Hawkins’s, George 1 ■ street. _ 3 Cji'RING Blossom Soap, healing, soothing, ,j O and cleansing, fragrant and refreshing; 3 ! price fid. Hawkins’s, 150 George street. » ■ “Tk/TANDARIN Laundry Glare,” the only t| I?JL genuine “Chinese Glaze,” fid and Is; . ! everywhere. Agent- Win. Taylor, merchant. 5 IyTRS LOtUSA”HAWKINS'S Infant Teethr i-O- ing Syrup. Is bottle; “Infant Sooth- j • ing Powders,” Is box; “Gem Worm Pow-i ders,” Is. Hawkins’s. j HAWKINS’S Sixpenny Cough Remedy curJs Coughs, Golds, Croup, Whooping I »! Cough, Bronchitis. Trade-mark: “Big Six.” t j XTkIAMOND Dyes Com- i 1 plexiou Pills, 4s fid; Spring Blossom j 1 Villa CJ au4. jA L I

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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