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If a, man’s father was French and hi« mother (forman, and he, was horn in. Paris and educated in Germany, and his father fought for France, in 1870, and, ho lias always considered himself n. Frenchman, hut has been unable to trace his birth certificate mnro tho war broke out, the onus of proving himself no derma a is on him. So the- Bench at Preston lias decided in the case of John Sehatle. He is now ordered to register.

C'apta in Jackson, a silver-haired old man. Jiving at the ifomc, of Rest at 'looting, who is 107 years of age, was among" tho congregation of nearly 6,000 at the annual national service lor seafarers in Fit. rani’s Cathedral. A. telegram received in Amsterdam from Berlin states that after long negotiations tho war indemnity for the city of Brussels has .been fixed at £1,800,000, instead of tho £8,000,000 at first demanded. £IOO,OOO being payable weekly. A. lialfpeimy for a meal for five, persona is being charged in Brussels. This i;- a

tactful little- .act by the Ministers of S|«si:i and tho United Stale*, who distribute bread and soup daily to hundreds of poor .families. They charge the halfpenny in order to avoid the a] idea ranee of pauperism.

A COUGH. Cold Nose, Throat, or Lmr; Trouble, Stomach, Towel, or Liver , Complaint, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, USE SANDER'S EXTRACT; 5 drops in ti tabic-i spoon water. Heramber you cannot expect ; {he °ood effects from anv sort of Eucalyptus. I SANDER'S EXTRACT" CURES bccaiise i! contains ethereal and antiseptic substances not contained in other Eucalyptus products. : These latter, made by persons ignorant in • chemistry, and provided with fancy names ; end labels by trading concerns, who do not know what they contain, have caused grievous harm, and a death has resulted from thoii' useBo not apply an ointment to a sore! It ; keeps back the. secret ion. To wound?,, | bruise*, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema, iuv,l I other skin troubles AI'PI.Y SANDERS EXTRACT—Ib drops in a tablespoon olive oh. 1 The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S | EXTRACT HEALS, because it is freed from i the irritating constituents contained in otT”' ■ Eucalyptus preparations. It heals when i others irritate. | Insist upon the (IF,NT T TNE SANTLsK EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, and you will do- j rive the benefit. | RHEUMO PERMANENT!, I .' CURES RHEUMATISM. Tins is no idle boast nor an over-drawn state.meiT. Ti. is a fact, ami thousands of delighted users of RTIF.U.MD testify to its wonderful curative properties. Sold everywhere at 2s Cd and 4s 6d per hoi do.

& hi r\ir KJ iU ■TJS s Don’t sond him to school Buffering the handicap of Defective Sight. It will keep him back in his studios, in sport and other pastimes, and may do injury which ho will feel all through his life. w n ij It Prompt attention hr our IDdly-qualined Opticians will relieve all strain, ensure Sound, Healthy Sight, and send him to school with a now in his lessons and games. Consulting Opticians. 5T For Examining 1-lyes and Advising as to Spectacles wo have two Fully-qualified Opticians, holding every recognised English qualification— Mr Goo. Chance, D.8.0.A., E. 1.0. (London), and Mr M 7. Dawson, F.8.0.A., F.S.M.C. (Lo-d.). Export Advice can be relied on from both these Gentlemen. Jewellers and Opticians CORNER PRINCES ST. and MORAY PLACE.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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