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MIGHT HAVE BEEX WORSEN Pat was sauntering homewards from his labors one pay day, when he passed a i|iiaiTv- where somo blasting was- being dune. Ju?t OB Pat passed a blast came aitti Mew one of his hands clean off. 'ILe ((UarrvmtTi quickly gathered about and condoled* with him while awaiting the 'unbalance. "What a. terrible- thins!" c-ri-ed one of them. " Oh, well," answered Pat, philosophically, "It might ha' been worse." " Hem's that?" aeked the rr.aoi. "Slmre, it might ha' been the other hand, the wan wid my wages in nt!"' There'» a jprand "auld. reeklo" whiff about BONNIE BOON TOBACCO—a homely, wholesome aroma which tells of honeity and purity. Why not try it to-day? Any tobac•Oftiafe tells it—loU of it.—[Advt]

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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