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All the boys at Harrow, except one—the son of a 'United States citizen—have joined the Officers’ Training Corps.

Methven Seamless Copper Washing Boilers. SEAMLESS^ dra WAS PER Methvens* Seamless Coppers excel in principle of construction and quality of material. No rough joins to catch and fray the clothes; no seams to burst, leak, or burn out. Tho copper sheet from which Methvens are made is twice the thickness and strength of the ordinary. Buy the Methven Seamless Copper Washing Boiler from your Ironmonger. It will save your clothes, save trouble in cleaning, and'outwear any other Copper Boiler in existence. METHVENS, LTD., Makers, Dunedin. ■ RITOHSE’S^^ for JAM and MY JARS Barg© Assortment. o£ Preserving Jars. Also, just opened, a Largo Shipment of RITCHIE’S VACUUM JARS. This Jar stands out on its own for Preserving; every Season increases the demand for it. Those who have used it declare it to he the best Jar in tho market, as it is absolutely airtight; and as the Jar is now on the market at prices which are slightly under other brands, the demand must increase. Each Jar stamped “Ritchie’s.” Genuine Quality in Jars, Brass Preserving Pans, Brass, Enamel, Aluminium’ I.R. Rings, Wood Spoons, Paper Covers, Jelly Bags, and Every Necessary Equipment for Preserving. ” ’ At RITCHIE’S 39 George Street (near Octagon) CAMPERS AND HOLIDAY MAKERS. TAIERI MOUTH VISITORS. 'ING- OSCAR” SAS;S6ISES T^ 0N ’ T Forget your supply of “KING are not the Cheapest, OSCAR” SARDINES. They are tiio ■But the* ar® tka EasA. isset, Don’t taka a®jaethi«« -“Dust as-jgqqd^ ir

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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