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LANE'S EMULSION iis Nature - bottled. g Good for Summer Colds. I 2/6 and 4/6. All Chemists, j aiasitMastessßSßWxißsmaaaaxißtasaasaiiassaasßaaßiS The Rug Superb S TOURISTS are charmed and delighted with the Exquisite, Soft Fieecinesa and the Distinctive Beauty of tho ■awMWi RUG. :haced by H.M. the Kins Sold at all the Boet S hosjj -yes mmm I Cits I I HoWi -j I BY US BEFORE |j I SCHOOL I] 1 TAKES UP ■ 1 •[ Don't send him to school m suffering tho handicap of Do- jcf fective Sight. It will keep j!| liim back in his studies, in fe .sport and other pastimes, and |>! may do injury which he will || feel all through his life. j| KM ffife mm m mSw4 ■&m symmsm^mmsm ' f{ Prompt attention _hy our Fully-qualified Opticians will j relievo all ensure Sound, Healthy Sight, and I send him to seliool with a now intci - est in his loseoiys and games. ConsoSilng Opticians. % For Examining Eyes and Advising as to Spectacles we hnvo two Fully-qualified Opticians, holding every recognised English qualification— Mr Geo. Chanco, D.8.0.A., F. 1.0. (London), and Mr W. Dawson, F.8.0.A., F.S.M.C. (Lovd.). Export Advice can he relied on from both these Gontiemon. iTiTTrifi immwml ii Jewellers and Opticians CORNER PRINCES ST. ? and MORAY PLACE.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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