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ara mo T)cst wine yon can gat. By merit alone it has taken the pre-eminent plaoe, by „~ _ r,-.v, » « merit alone it still keeps It. UR hj. 1 KAS Gfit Ne , SGn Moate . a , 6 BRIGHTON VISITORS. "ING OSCAR" SARDINES are packed in Pure Olive Oil. Don't take any other brand. w mm %M2gmgt M.^k^>^^^m^mwmm^m IGET THE HBUiiffl (Y US BEFORE SCHOOL TAKES UP *[ Don't send him to school || suffering tho handicap of De- || fectiv© Sight. It will keep || him back in his studies, in || sport and other pastimes, and M may do injury which ho will p feol all through his life. m | *y Prompt attention hy our f S Fully-quahhed Opticians will | ] relieve all .strain, ensure. | | Sound, Hcalthv Sisht. and f ! send him to sehool with a new I j interest in his lessons and j,; i games. tA 3 * Consulting Opiicians. | | f[ For Examining Ryes and i l Advising as to Spectacles we | J have two Fully-qualified Opti- | | cians, holding <?very reoog- | 1 nised English qualincntion— I i Mr Geo. "Chance, D.8.0.A., 1 F.T.O. (London), and Mr W. j Dawson, F.8.0.A., F.S.M.C. | (Lo- d.). Expert Advice can j I be rc-'lied on from both these j rf Gentlemen, 1 Jewellers and Opticians T CORNER PRINCES ST. ? I si and iVaORAY PLACE. i

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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