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Mr Harold Hilton, the well-known golfer, tells a stdry of a Scotch caddie who always wore a "deerstalker" cap with the flap tied tightV down over his ears. One day somebody 'noticed that the flaps were up, and he naturally asked the reason for the change. " I hinna had them doon since ma accident," replied the caddie. "Accident!" exclaimed the golfer: "what accident? I haven't heard about it." "Ah, well," (he caddie, explained, "ye see. a gentleman offered me- a drink not o' his whufiky flask, an' I didna h-;u----him." Your Eyes are Worth Taking Care Of. Take 15 minutes Home day soon and let us adrise you as to your Spectacles. johnstone"& haslett (Certificated), CHEMISTS AND OPTICIANS, Is2 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Poet Office), _____ OUNEDINU NELSON *f u i l , r .in gl Mn^. P "T'T MOATE'S of Ntfion Mo:no'» Tej result" in its being tlu , most economical. Itisthi onoc tit a c b est value you can poasi PURE TEAS Wjri{eti ]: A LAWN MOWER for 22/6. Good and serviceable. Better qualities—--27/6, 35/, 45/, 65/. RAKES. From 1/. SPADES. From 2/. FORKS. From 2/6. GARDEN TROWELS. 6d. GARDEN FORKS. , 6d. GARDEN SYRINGES. From 2/. GARDEN GLOVES. From 10U. WATERING CANS, all sizes at lowest prices. WIRE NETTING, GARDEN HOSE, etc. . 39 GEORGE STREET (Near Octagon).

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914