WHAT WAS WANTED. “ I had been giving a lesson on the Lord's Prayer,'” writes a teacher to a London paper, “and when explaining the clause ‘ Give us this day our daily bread ’ was trying to get the bays to toll me what besides food was prayed for. •• They told me ‘ clothing ’ and ‘ homes,’ but 1 wanted them to add ‘ health,’ and as I had just had a severe illness 1 pointed out that something else w r as needed—something which I needed very much, hut money could not buy. And the duller of the class, suddenly showing signs of in-tei'-est, put up Kis VitvutA. "’Well, John, what is ill’ “‘Sense, sir.’”
RITCHIE’S SALE. Wo cannot be equalled for Real Genuine Value. Owing to our Immense Stock wo have still mam lines which we must clear at the Lowest Possible Prices in Dlnnmvare, Tcawara, Toiletware, Glassware of every description. Electroplate and Cutlery greatly reduced. Enormous variety of Lamps and Fittings; Lux Lamps and Accessories ; Mantles and Fittings for Gas; Efcsca Electric Lamps, from 50 to 409 (best English make) ; Household Ironmongery, Tools, etc. RSTCHSE’S 39 George street (near Octagon). STRVCHANS AKA Branp 'Ale € 1\ 7 6 "Coming Sir ONE TRIAL Will Convince you of the Exceucnce of this Al«. Ewiy Drop lo the Bottle is Brilliant and Clear. DELICIOUS DRINKING. W. STRAGHAN & 60. VICTORIA BREWERY DUNEDIN.
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
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