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fi Never been Excelled hj for Quality. II mmi The Boon of Restored Health to all who suffer from the effects of Impure Blood, is contained in that wonderful preparation of Sulphur, Sarsaparilla, and Other Blood-Cleansing Substances —the Famous The Great Blood Purifier! Cures Pimples, Eruptions. Rashes, Blotches, Constipation, Piles, Etc., Etc. DOSE: 1 Tablet Evwy Night. PRICE: 1/- per box. Try a SULFARILLA TABLET *—" it will do you good I" f:.:.Ay^i?'vp4 m £-tf&'.r&x;<-**s£-ts?,Slt Foxolsansinjftha blood of all impurities from whatever cams arising, tbcro Blood Mitrtriut—that's why In co many cuei Of 17....m. 11./ I Tin T)„il. <=„,— of all kinds. Piles, Glandular SwoUinit. Blood Foiios, KhenmitisiD, Gout. tc, it has eflocttil truly romirfcabla caret whore ell other trettm»uU Sstc fiilod. It will do tbt (use for yen. ( ■ O&RES ALL * fit ell Shemtots and Store*. GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT FACT I. The GUARANTEE OF THE STATE goes with every policy issued by the Department. E7EHT person insured under its conditions rests absolutely secure, is as certain to be paid -wnen the !claim accrues as that tne sun shall I lies in the morning.

I I Arthur's Strong I I'll r i| • "m. ft «*§ fev Value liner S! We oan unhesitatingly ra&3:r.rr»end our Shirts to 1 & «ho most partfcuisr man, as being in Correct Taste, | y, Jeper.dahle In Wear, Carefully Made, and Tree from ij J? those little annoyances which seme dines cejsc [, jj:*' AH the New Designs and Gcicr? for Summer are represented In Popular Grades, as well as Una Mtgftei- Class Styles. !f you have not yet rinsed your ordor for Summer ihfrts it will pay you tc azarnine and Into toucS irttb our fauftleos-in-styte and easy-fitting shirts. ALL-SOFT GHtP.TS. "CLOWE A" TUSSORE, with Whim linen nr-eic-bands. A strong, medinm-woight cloth of a very dose textnre; lias a beautiful soft finish. Price. 6/6. " SILKIN " TUSSORE, with White, lin«n neckbands. A very fin«< weave, hardly diEtiiiguisiiablo from silk. An oxralloni wearing Shirt and a most popular shade of Tuseorc. Price, 7/6. AERIAL CORD TUSSORE. White linen neckbands. Tho weavo in the material in hrcught up, showing a hair line effect, this giving the Shtrf n. rorv superior iinish. I'rie", 7/8. CJJ>X'K-KDGIv T'USSOK'R, mafc in Umra shade. The front pleat, and cuffs nro edged with Black-;md-Whito check, (jiving the Shirts a very -smart Appearance Fitted with White linen neckbands. SILK AND* WOOL TUSSORE, White linen neckbands. Slightly wanner than the all-silk, and are exceptionally fin© in the weave._ Unshrinkable, and a most desirable Summer Shirt. Price, 10/6. SILK SHIRTS. With Band? or with Collar attached. Made full in body and eleeves. All seams donblrvsritcbed. WHITE JAPANESE SILK, imported direct from Japan. We have, every confidence in their giving satisfaction. Price, 12/8. WHITE SURA!! SILK, with handx t with collar,'if.h«-d. B-r-j-.ntinil Tiviil Silk of Japanese manufacture. Prico, 15. JAPANESE TUSSOHE SILK Vi-ice, 13/6. •JAPANESE PONG ICE SILK, with bands only; Tiirrsore >:hsdo. Fine-woven long-Ftrand Bilk of" a most dursi.l- .vtr'-ngth : never Io(-;e their lustre. Price, 10/0. NECI-iCE SHI3TB. " KKYMO •" SILK. AND WOOL.—" Keyzno : ' finish i:-. The be=t-known unshrinkable- fine finish that England pi-oduces. With wearers of fme~toxt--ir» Shin* in j he. Hnjnolr.n'l " Keymo " is a favored n.skc. Tins season we liave fioeciallv imported Shirts of tin's lovely mate-rial j„ Light Bine und J-i-bt G?.(;.- f.iartfs. They are aa line as "aliKiik-." Fitted with White linen neckbands. A Perfect Shirt, for City Gentlemen. Price, 12/6 escli. CHECK NECUCE SHIRTS. BLACK-ANT)-WHITE C WHITE CHECKS, in teootcb Zephyrs, fitted with A'bite linen neckbands and soft double cuffs. London's latest styles, and shown licro for the first time. Prioe, 7,0. Merchant Tailors and Men's Mercers. 12, 14, 16, and 18 George Street.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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