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A (Glasgow merchant, famous tor his Ftinginoss.. came into his office OnG mOHLinu and iimnd a young clerk writing ;i fetter iii rather a. QourUning hand. ".My man." he observed, ''rtinna mak' the tails iY yrv n' > nnd y's quite &o long. 1 want the inlTtu last the quarter oot."

For BELGIUM'S SAKE! For GREAT BRITAIN'S SAKE! For IRELAND'S SAKE! ON BEHALF OF THE ALLIES, TO HELP THE SUFFERING IN DISTRESS, WE INVITE YOUR LOYAL SUPPORT NEXT WEDNESDAY, At 2.30 p.m. FLAGS WILL HE UNFURLED, CONVENTION WILL BE CAST ASIDE, ONE WTLL VIE WITH ANOTHER, GENEROSITY WILL REIGN " SUPREME, THE TRUE SPIRIT OF PATRIOTISM WILL PERVADE THE CITY. Come to the OCTAGON HALL, Or to HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE, Or to the PRINCESS THEATRE, Or to the GARRISON HALL. OLD AND YOUNG, COME AND PARTICIPATE! SEE LOYALTY BEAMING FROM. EVERY EYE, STARTING FROM EVERY FEATURE! NOW IS THE TIME FOR ACTION—NOBLE, SUBLIME ACTION! THINK OF THOSE BRAVE BELGIANS WHO HAVE SUFFERED UNTOLD AGONIES FOR OUR FREEDOM! WHEN CAN THEIR GLORY FADE? OTACO FOR ONE WILL DO HER SHARE. POUR IN YOUR CIFTS. GOD SAVE THE EMPIRE!

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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