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Tiif tihi-i'Mnv visitor to X<nv York had been taken t" ids host’s city house ii» hustling style - railway, ear, and subway combined in liowiWeiiiig fashion. Knjoj : - iuo ;i cigar in the evening, he inquired c.-i.-uiJly if there was. anv Etmplcr way of sWI-ting t-> b.if? house. “Yep.” drawled tlw* Vaiik>"ibore it, sure, but my way saves me exactly two minutes.” “Two mnniies.” repeated the Scot; “and what haw von done, with the two minutesV’ LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ynrr ATK ES’ PHARMACY, ’ ’ The Pharmacy Doctors Recommend. XEW ADDRESS : No. 5 PRINCES STREET. Your Doctor KNOWS that when we Compound his Prescriptions they are Compounded EXACTLY ue he intended they should be, with tie Best Drugs procurable and at tha Lowest Price. * SPECTACLES FC ELY-QUALIFIED OPTICIAN. ILFRED VON STURMER, 0.A.0.C t Expert skill, first-rate material, and mode* rate charges result in satisfaction to wearers of glasses supplied by W. von Stunner. Doctors’ Prescriptions for Glasses carefully filled. Address; Corner Octagon and George street (entrance through Sprosea's chemist’s shop). ■Hours: Week-days, 12 to 6; Saturdays 9 a.m. io 9 p.m.; Wednesdays, and othej ‘tinies, bg hfjvwtmealj, ■ D.S.O.L

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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