Proof that cannot be gainsaid The latest Report of Dr. Maclaurin, the Government Analyst, on four brands of Nelson Moate’s Tea together with the Analysis made in 1882 by Professor Bickerton, Colonial Analyst, makes interesting reading. These Analyses prove beyond contradiction that Nelson, Moate & Co.’s Teas are the Best and Purest that money and experience can buy. They prove, too, that Nelson, Moate’s Teas to-day are even better than they were in 1882, when retail prices were higher. Remember in both Instances the teas were bought from local grocers—the Analyst’s report on the same packet and quality that you may purchase to-day. Tb« above analyse thowi that the whole of theso Tea« are of eood quality and quite free from adulteration. The extremely small quantity of insoluble ash also indicates great care aad cleanliness in the collection. The samples wer« purchased by a stranger in tka ordinary •way across the counter. (Signed) A. W. BICKERTON, Celoeiel Ajulnt. Late Public Analyst, Main Division, Hants, England. Qood Tea is the most refreshing, cheapest, and invigorating drink procurable— ask for Samples of these Teas were purchased from retail grecors in 'Wellington by one of nay staff. These results show that nil the Samples are genuine Teas of good quality, and that great care has been exercised in choir collection and preparation for market. (Signed) }. S. MACLAURIN, B.St, F.C.S., Geveraneat Prices: 1/6, 1/8, 1/iO, 3/--'2/2, 2/4 3/» WHOLESALE AGENTS: MESSRS MILNE. BREMNER. LTD.. DUNEDIN. mi The Eureka Gas Cooker. Eliminates the Heat, Waste, Dirt, Discomfort of Coal fires. Cooks Better and Cheaper. 5F When yon have a EUREKA GAS COOKER, in your Home yon not only save the "Work; Heat, Dirt, and Discomfort of Coal, but Cook Infinitely Better and Far Cheaper. Many people using a EUREKA go without Coal Fires all through Summer. ,f The Oven of the EUREKA is lined with a Special Non-oonduoting Substance, which conserves the heat and prevents the Kitchen getting hot and stuffy. 81 Tile powerful Hot Plates boil the kettle in a few minutes. Steady, even heat, regulated by a turn of the tap, makes for Perfect Cooking. There is no tainting of food, no feasy odors. A wipe with a cloth cleans the IUREKA; while a Seven-course Meal can be cooked at a cost of only 2d for Gas. f Prices, sizes, and other particulars gladly given. I A. &• T. BURT, Ltd. Stuart Street DUNEDIN
iA PER, for ‘Wrapping-up For Sale. ‘Star' Office, Bond street. Apply i British Government stops all exports of Tea to Holland! f The cables tell us that the British j Government has stopped all exports of Tea into Holland. ; ® British Tea, because of its super* ior quality, was being supplied to ; j the enemies of the British Empire : through Dutch territory, w nile j large quantities of the inferior Dutch Java Tea were dumped into ; British Colonics. (Java Tea is used os a “cheapening” with other Tea ! in order to reduce the quality and oo lower the cost). I 1 Liptons Tea is British Tea ;it comes from India and Ceylon, from the great Lipton Tea Gardens. i Lipton Ltd. is the only tea firm op- I crating in New Zealand that owns I private tea plantations. Thousands | of acres are under crop every year | producing enormous supplies of j ; Liptons Tea for consumers all over i I the World. i i ; Help the Empire to increase and i maintain its revenue to carry on i the War ! The nation with the longest purse is the one that will j 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 j Indian and Ceylon 1 ea. *ll And they further guarantee that I not a grain of Java 1 ea enters the famous Lipton blends. *il Grocers everywhere stock Liptons Tea. | If your grocer cannot supply you. Lipton ! Agents will send you any quantity, carriage : paid. Don’t forget this. Insist upon Liptons—beside* 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 Zealand market, and you have the fine safi*. i faction of knowing that you have done i e duty to the Empire. i *!i Try the Lipton flavour in any ef the foi- | lowing blends: 1 / 6. 1/8, 1/10, 21- | *U You can have a ilb. sample packet of the 2/- grade by tending two penny stamps to I Lipton Ltd., Box 222, Wellington. pusssia HARTY and Co. and MORETON 5..C BRADFIELD, Dunedin, Agents fs; Otaso. IAPEE for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply i * (star ’ Office. Bond ouoec
R. POWLEY & CO., Wholesale WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANTS, 24 HOPE STREET, DUNEDIN. SOLE BOTTLERS OF SPEIGHT’S COLD MEDAL ALES AND STOUT For the South and Middle Islands. Agencies s A. AND B. MACKAY’S (“ BLACK MACKAY ”> WHISKY. PETER DAWSON’S “PERFECTION” WHISKY. Wa specialise In 2gal. and sgal. Patent Jars of Ala for the Home and Country Grib—a real boon to W&ak-endors. MANUFACTURERS OF AERATED WATERS. All othar brands of Wines and Spirits oan bo purchased at market price. Telephone No. 979, Telephone No. 979. SECURE A SHARE OF THE PROFITS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident Society For the CURRENT YEAR by EFFECTING A LIFE ASSURANCE POLICY with that Office BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. The following are a few ACTUAL EXAMPLES of BONUSES declarer] as at .31st December. 1913, on Whole-Life Policies, Table A, effected . . DECEMBER, 101”: i so p BONUSES VEST WHEN POLICIES HAVE BEEN TWO (2) YEARS JN FORGE. The amount of PROFIT distributed amongst POLICY HOLDERS for the ONE YEAR 1013 exceeded NINE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-THREE THOUSAND POUNDS CASH. REMEMBER the NAME OF OFFICE and ADDRESS, because NO OTHER OFFICE DIVIDES SUCH LARGE PROFITS. Branch Office—CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY, WELLINGTON. Directors: - The Hon C. J. JOHNSTON. M.L.O. (Chairman); A, »f. B. BRANDON Esq, (Deputy-Chairman), JOHN DUNCAN, E=q.. JOSEPH JOSEPH' Esq., and HAROLD BEAUCHAMP, Esq. EDWARD W. LOWE. Resident Secretary. Dunedin District Office— B. R. STOCK, Corner Princes and Dowling Streets. District Secretary. FEED YOUR CHILD ON Newbury s Rusks THE FINEST FOOD FOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. AH Grocers and Storekeepers.
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