“ Ambassador Page, like most marri'vl ncvclirts, treats married life in hie honkfront i jjc i-TiKide, as it, were a Washington woman said on !•'••• return fiorn Rome. “At n tea Mr and Mrs had a ludicrous argument over s-emothingorothev, end when their mi;underf-t-anding was satisfactorily cleared up iMr Page laughed and said : ‘This teems like a chapter that has clipped out. of a novel, doesn’t it?’ *I! teems,’ Mrs Pace retoned, ‘more! like a chapter that will slip into one.’” PUBLIC NOTICES. HOW TO SECURE AND HARVEST A SPLEXuLD HAY CROP. SECURE an Armour J; he.-tene LIVE s i READER, “tee best and cheapen Lime Spreader in comm • m,- 10-av.f and throng ly litre year greii bred. Turn se-c-re one of l-’rosi and W-.od’s IXVTXCIBLE GRASS MOWERS, the cOap s( and ca-ic trunning M&’vcr manufactured, at the lowest pr.ee po:‘b’.e; "’.d then !■ y one of Frost, and Wood’s TIGER HAKE'S a most useful machine, at a trifling cast. You will be delighted with the results, and prove yourself a progressive and reliable farmer, REILLY. GILL. AXD 00.. Sola A-enta for Otago,
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
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