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Ihe torpedoes used in the Brit-eh Now are of three diameW-rs -Win. 18in, and 2'iic—and they vary it: length from. 16ft to ISft. As :-ooit as a. torpedo hits its mark it explodes aui omaticaliy. Every torpedo fired in action represents an expenditure of from £6OO to ; CBfiC.

*/>J The special airtight damp-proot cartons preserves all tht delicious AMBER TIPS Savour and fragrance. "The Lancet" says : "' Fine tea means better health " 64 ilk CAM FEUS A:CD HOTADA"! K lKft OSCAR" SARDINE. not. the Clioapcsi, thev are ilie Best. JKfeUfei>'^»lW»^^^^ I m m ■ m I BUSINESS AS USUAL Business in our Stores continues as usual. We continue to sell at our o!d " PEACE " PRICES. We have from the vsry outset refused to sell at inflated prices, and neither Wars nor Rumors of Wars will persuade us to desert this our Fixed Policy. IT By keeping trade moving, and help yourself at the same time by attending to your Footwear naeds 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. IT Buy what you need as you need it, and you will not pay Inflated prices if you shop at 'Pl*j«l^.«i*» , BK»«W'<l S«SvTi?MSW Always Busy Shoe Stores? 212-214 George St m^^^^^zp^^i:nxfiiK:a.^i^.v»w.r? : . <s"%#£&?•■*££}&*s W&®*

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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