[Hiscocks, Ercildoune Frederick?], fl 1910 :Suratura Tea is a pure Ceylon tea, and is guaranteed not blended with Indian, China, or any cheap or inferior teas. "No more - hic- Wishkey - join Prohibition -hic- Party gimme tea - dear old Suratura - wife dri
Reference Number: Eph-D-BEVERAGE-Tea-1903-01
Shows an intoxicated man sitting on a chair in battered clothing, attempting to drink tea out of a teapot whose spout pours the contents to the floor beside him.
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[Hiscocks, Ercildoune Frederick?], fl 1910 :Suratura Tea is a pure Ceylon tea, and is guaranteed not blended with Indian, China, or any cheap or inferior teas. "No more - hic- Wishkey - join Prohibition -hic- Party gimme tea - dear old Suratura - wife dri, Reference Number Eph-D-BEVERAGE-Tea-1903-01 (1 digitised items)
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