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OUR MOTTO! BUSINESS AS USUAL Business in our Stores continues as usual. We continue to sell at our old " PEACE " PRICES. We have from the very outset refused to sell at inflated prices, and neither Wars nor Rumors of Wars will persuade us to desert this our Fixed Policy. Help Your Country By keeping trade moving, and heip ycursolf at the same time by attending to your Footwear needs now. In spite of the dread and uncertainty which prevails elsewhere, our Stocks are more extensive and more varied than ever, and comprise everything that is New and Seasonable in Footwear. Be British Buy what you need as you need It, and you will not pay Inflated prices if you shop at W. Harris & Son s Always Busy Shoe Stores , 212-214 George St Cure the CAUSE of Nerves = Not the Effect 5T To merely alleviate the pain of Neuralgia is not enough; to use stimulants when tho system is unsteady is folly; you are simply staving off the" inevitable breakdown! 51 Instead, look to the Nervous System itself! Supply the nerve nourishment which is lacking, strengthen and tune up the complete nervous organism with Marshalls Fospherine. 5f This wonderful remedy is practically homoeopathic—just a few drops in a - wineglassful of water, and the good work is begun. Marshalls Fospherine contains PHOSPHORUS, the greatest cf all brain and nerve-building elements. 5, Just get a bottle of Fospherine to-dav: insist, if necessary, on MARSHALLS. 1/ per bottle, oi four times tho quantity 2/6. ¥. The Very Thing for Christmas! Costumes Genuine Tailor-made Ready-to-wear from 3 Guineas. We specialise in this line, devoting all our time and attention to it. Consequently we excel. and attention to it. uonsequenwy wo mm*. Costumes arc made on the Premises by Expert Tailors and Cutters. They arc tho. embodiment ot all . . . . •. 1 n't. _1 Hn+ ora Tailors ana that is desirable in High-class Tailoring, but are ever so much cheaper than the Tailor-made Costume purchased in the ordinary way. A Big Selection ready to try on. Call and inspect. S. SALTZMAN, LADIES’ TASLOP SPECIALIST, NEXT D.S.A., GEORGE STREET,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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