riIHE SCHOONER HESPERUS was ,-* r packed with Suratura Tea The bosun drank another sort; bein' a stubborn sort of bloke; so up the skipper got and spoke. They stopped the silly bosun's smoke, and they pushed hun through the port-hole. ,r D," 2/-. fpHE LIVING SKELETON put -*- some fuzzy breeches on, mittens wrappers, and a hood. "Now," ho said, " I feel quite, good. Who need fear the frozen sea, when he's glad and keen like me, warmed with Suratura Tea ! " "V\THY SHOULD YOU go to the ■V" dogs day by . day, evening by evening get drunker and drunker? Drink Suratura — an excellent way that to reform. Take my tip." — William VBunkitt". THERE WAS a sagacious young mule; who made it his system and rule, whenever ho went lip the, hill to liooroora to tone up his lungs with some good Suftiturn". MISS V BRiaHTI-YES went out . 111 <"' tori ug. as sSvect and fragrant us the. Spring, She took, to keep -her company, and to' brace up her nerves jnaybe.'-V 'i-iifrk of Suratura Tea. She wus a kiiowluiljieulile She ! M^.' MAGINNEWTY. FLITCH foil -'headlong into tho cli.'eh, and So spiit v nil her tea . (Sumlm..; Blend '"D"j Then she wept. <" .Dom 7 mo ! there's 110 other sicb Te;>^ .and none •woi lb l (t:ii]i:ii ing with -siuh I" 2a For Chronic Chest Complaints, Wood®' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d, 2s 6d.* •w
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXIX, Issue 12823, 24 July 1912
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXIX, Issue 12823, 24 July 1912
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