(Foe continuation see Late Shipping.) Some 100,000 iottera and parcels aro daily dispatched to the British troopa at the front. All eoniunicatioas addressed to troops in France are handed over to the Army Post Office, which diapatches and delivers them. This takes aome six days. There is nothing tires the temper more than an irritating cough or a cold in the, head, and the sufferer is as much a nuisanoe to himself as to his friends. If you wish to get rid of your cold in the shortest possible tune utilise the tonio effects of Baxter's JUmg Preserver, la lOd buys a big bottle from any sfcoakeener or cbanttst.--£tdvß4
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914
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