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The War Office has notified that prisoners of war, other than officers, may be employed in their quarters under the same conditions as British soldiers, receiving only working pay for such employment as British soldiers would receive under existing regulations. Is an ideal food for infanta. Give yonr baby every I chance hy feeding him on Glaxo. It builds bonnie babies. Ask. your doctor. 10 POUNAWEA VISITORS. DON’T Forget a supply of “KING OSCAR SARDINES.” They aro xho Best. NELSON MO ATE’S PURE TEAS The strength ana purity of Kelson Moate's Te* results in Us being the most economical. It is tha best vqlue you can possibly get, 13 MIHIWAKA VISITORS. IISH are scarce, but Rabbits plentiful. Bring good supply “KING OSCAR” SARDINES. They aro the' Best. h' S Indoor WorKer-s need a glass of delicious effervescent Stevens’ Health Salt every morning to tone np the sluggish Utot promote appetite, and help digestion, JCeVeffS' TQa/th Sa/C Clean brain and body bypnrlfying the blood and aiding natural functions. A big bottle of Stevens' Health Salt costs but 1/8. 3 NELSON MOATE’S PUKE TKAS 35 year’s experience in blending and selecting teas lias given ns an unequalled advantage over other firms - Iheadvantagn of riot cxvenenco. 20 TO CAMBERS AT WARRINGTON. YOU may Camp on my property without charge provided you bring a good supply of “KING OSCAR” SARDINES. J JACK HAYSEED. Clear to the Last Drop. mas mm Hie Sport sags - “Pat goa onto a good thing ?- / certainly. v 3TRACJIAN\S HgTavoritc once* Hg favorite still - Hy favorite all the time] B T W. Strachan & Co. DUNEDIN.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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