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These volumes will have behind them the complete organleation of "The London Times,” and will represent the best work of its naval and military experts, its many correspondents at the front, and its entire staff of famous writer*; The publishers of “The Times” have placed the sole control in Australasia of the sale of the volumes of "The Times History of the War” in the hands of the Australian publisher. Mr. T. Shaw Fltchett, Swanston Street, Melbourne. Advance orders will now be takea In Australia and New Zealand for the four volumes of “ The Times History of the War,” for delivery as each volume is published. Each volume will measure about 13 x 9 inches, and contain over 500 finely illustrated pages. In the set of four volumes will appear copious maps and diagrams specially prepared for “ The Times," as well as hundreds of quarter and half page pictures, and probably over 500 fullpage illustrations from original photographs. 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This application places me under no obligation to purchase the volumes unless I wish.’ ivept. "L.” Name......... Address [Don't forget to add the State in which you live.] ' Dunedin Star. 1 1,1 /14. THS ei a BY DR W. H.FITCHETT. AUTHOR OF"DEEDS THAT WON THE EMPIRE" “HOW ENGLAND SAVED EUROPE" ETC. A New Shilling War Book by Dr. Fitchett* he war has been raging for a full iC months. Most of the news about 9 a hopeless Jumble. Dr. W. K. fcett has taken this confused mass clarified it, and his new and faceting shilling book, “The First ee Months of the War,” is the rei a aeries of graphic and stirring ptors Dr. Fltchett tells the contad story of the war from the early s of August till the end of the first la months—a story tl\at, for clarity, Inflight, for happy phrasing, and for nglng movement It yfpuld ho diffi- . to Burpasfi, NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY~TELEPHQNB. g&RXBNCE has-shown, that in the use the TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY 5 ift . Words and in the Names of i, although the messages are rekd o the sender; and occasionally there »ra Misconceptions in Instructions AIWEHTESHHS , ARB REQUESTED TO WRITE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, And 'Not to Trust to a Telephone Message, "Ml we- cannot hold ourselves responsible if errors occur, “The First Three Months of th( War” will sell everywhere for om sh.iiing, and bo published on Novem her 20.’ It contains many full-page 11 lustrations, and over 100 pages of texi Order from your bookseller now fo delivery from the first supplies. If copies of ‘The First Three Month of the War" are unobtainable locailj send 1/1 for a single copy, 3/3 fo three copies, or 6/6 for half a doze: copies, to T. Shaw Fitchett, 376 Swat ston Street, Melbourne, and they wll be sent to your Ixcwe post free. * Dept. “L.” NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. Experience has shown that in.tho * of the TELEPHONE ERRORS BASH OCCUR in Words and in tho Names Parsons, although the messages ara r« back to the sender, and occasionally the are Misconceptions in Instructions. ADVERTISERS ARE REQUESTED I WRITE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, And Not to‘Trust to’ a Telephone Hessag as we cannot hold ourselves responsible errors occur.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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