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An officer with the Australian Imperial j Force, who held a responsible post, on the vessel that received the prisoners from the Emden, relates a portion of his experience as follows-—"I found myself in charge of four officers (Captain Von Muller, the doctor, , Prince Franz, of Hohenzollern, and another very young fellow), three warrant, officers, ; and 45 men. I put a, strong guard over; them. Then I took tho officers to their | cabinet, and placed another guard over them. ; and going back took tlio men down to their quarters, where, I had tliem searched and confined securely. Then 1 izot what I call an unpleasant, order —namely, to go and search tho officers. However, they quite understood, and I was very polite. So were, they. I cannot describe to you—and 1 don't believe there is a writer living who could the awful hunted look all those officers and : men bad. Their eyes, wero starting out. of ' their heads. If ever men had looked into ■ lied those men had. However, they rapidly recovering, and are now a, real good, | cheery lot. The officers have refined to give ; their parole, as they say we have a. long \ way to go, and if they happen to get a chance to escape they mean to take it. 1 ] am afraid that they will not get the chance. > Anyhow, they arc a real brave lot of fcl- i lows." j The coffee stall opened in the Bank of [ England for tho refreshment of the j refugees recalls a little-known privilege of the bank —no less ilian the. rislit to soli beer without a license. This privilege was allowed tho bank bv the charter of incorporation, dated duly"27, 1694, and the direo- ; tors, if they chose, could open a public- j house in Threadneedle street, ] Sir David Paulin. Edinburgh, addressing ' the Dundc; IT.F. Church ' Offics-bsarerV : Union,' said (he present was a time of : sacrifice, and they bad to respond to appeals ; from many quarters. It. would, however. - ho no sacrifice at all if these gifts were ! made the excuse for less-enm" their contri- ■ buttons for the work of the Church.

YOU SHOULD BE DETERMINED IX REJECTING the worthless and frequently injurious counterfeits which arc sometimes pushed for the sake of greater gain as “just as good” as the GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Bo not deceived ! SANDER'S EXTRACT is recognised by tha : highest medical authorities as possessing j unique stimulating, heaiing, and antiseptic powers. The preparation of SANDER'S EXTRACT from the pure selected leaves, j and tho refinement by special processes, give : it curative virtues peculiarly its own. Therefore, be not misled! Demand and insist upon tho GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT, and you will derive the benefit _ that thou- « sands' have derived from it before. When ; ill, you should not depress yourself more by the. common, bulky, and nauseating tuß oils and so-called extracts. What you want is quality and reliability in small dose, and this you find only in SANDER'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. 'Hie actual worth of TIHF.UMO cannot bo computed in pounds and' shillings. Ask the thousands who have tried it and found relief what they would give for IUIEUMO were Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, or Lumbago to attack'them again. You, too. can bo cured, and a bottle wiil only cost you 2s Gel and Is 6d at any chemist's or store.

WARRINGTON VISITORS. 7"ING OSGAB" SARDINES are fins . quality obtainable, nsisfc on eettinjr "KING OSCAB."

RITCHBE'S. Large Assortment of Preserving Jars. Also. just. opened, a Largo Shipment of RITCHIE'S VACUUM JARS. This Jar stands out on irs own. for Preserving; every Season incre.as,?s the demand for it. 'Pii-oso who hare used it' decb.ro it to be the be-si Jar in tho market, as it is absolutely airtight: And as the Jar is now on tho market at prices which arc slightly under other brands., the demand must increase. Each Jar stamped. "Ritchie's.'' Genuine Quality in Jnrs, Brass Presarvinc; Pons, Brass. Enamel, Aluminium, Lli. Rings, Wood Spoons, Paper Covers, Jelly Bnrrs, and Every Necessary Equipment for Preservin," At RITCHIE'S 59- George Street (near Octagon) HERE IS YOU OPPORTUNITY Save! While Yon Wis,„6 on w > is to -bstacles of an ein- '■;, as Tho fcestably the l \e Alps take ~rd. If there Ting the food •iccess is rarely ■comes twenty •"•ssary to carry things which T, and usually ground they .vre, that there of an attack by or of a "\em. The guarded side. morrow opening and on Tuesday and Wevnesday evo" i '' nn " ! On Th- ..... main water pipe on the third floor of the D.I.C. premises caused a considerable amount of damage. Everything was in order when the caretaker locked up for the night, and it was only on Friday morning the damage was discovered, the mantle iiHttniamns^Miai, being in a state of flood. A quantity of ladies' garments on the second floor was badly damaged. The stocks on the ground floor suffered most, a quantity of carpets, curtains, table covers, tapestry, etc., being soaked through and badly damaged. Mr It. Meikle, the contractor for the new King Edward Pavilion at the Dunedin Hospital, entrusted the whole of the electrical work embodied in his contract for the -'•-vfi * -"lrlings +~ " lf esp'" T u*" ' " BIG SALE OF DAMAGED STOCK FOR SEVEN BUSY DAYS. CARPETS, TABLE COVERS, CURTAINS, CRETONNES, TAPESTR!ES, AT HALF-PRICE. BLOUSES, COSTUMES, FROCKS, DRESSES AT LESS THAN COST. COME EARLY AND SHARE IN THESE EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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