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Born 1820 — Still going strong. A \w////m Kilt: "I SAY, OLD CHAr, WHAT IS A PARADOX?" Dry Joker: "Why, 'Johnnie Walker.' " Nut: "I cawn't see it." Dry Joker: "Well! you can pour out what you can't put in 1" The reason is because oi the wonderful''-'Johnnie Walker " non-refillable bottle which ensures you that you get the same superior quality of Scotch whisky that the distillers put in. Increased reserves of Red Label are now being put into bond to meet the enormous increased demand anticipated in 1924. Every drop of " Johnnie Walker " Red Label Scotch Whisky is over 10 years oIA Guaranteed same Quality throughout the World. v Bottled oitlv bv JOHN WALKER &> SONS, Ltd., Stotch Whisky Distillers, ef KILMARNOCK, SCOTLAND ' rj SYDNEY and MELBOURNE.

Your Eyes are Worth Taking Care Of. Take 15 minutes wme day soon and let us advise you as to your Spectacles. JOHNSTONE & HASLETT (Certificated), CHEMISTS AND OPTICIANS, 162 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Post Offioe), Known—That, Billheads, CirT T . culars, Card:;, Programmes, ami General Prmlintf of every description are executed at tbo • Evening Star' Office at Moderate Prices. I The Present Epidemic is in & worse fern than ever. S at the first signs —the violent headache, pains in the limbs, a feeling of lassitude and general depression, cold shivers and feverishness— One Dose Will Ward Off An Attack, A FEW DOSES 'LANCER*INFLUENZA " CURE will only cure OtyE Disease and that is Influenza, which it does with marvellous certainty. INFLUENZA IS HIGHLY INFECTIOUS ® Use 'Lancer' as a Preventive! Ij Price: 2/All Chemists. H

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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