WHAT COMES BEFORE BELL IN WHISKY? * It's very important to notice this because, unless its Arthur Bell and Sons' whisky you'll not get that real "creamy" taste that only Arthur Bell and Sons' whisky has. . Every bottle bears the signature — Arthur Bell 'and Sons Ltd. — and its up to you to look for this guarantee of mellow-creamy age-matured whisky. Reid and Reid,- .Wellington are the. controlling agents for New Zealand.* CRICKETERS, BOWLERS, TENNIS PLAYERS. The finest "pick-me-up" i after strenuous sport is a gla>s of ' "Bols" Gin, either -the Dry or Stone Gin,- according to taste. : It quenches thirst instantly, refreshes the whole-system and keens the appetite. Insist on "Bols," the Gin of ,world-wide fame.*

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 1026, 25 July 1925

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