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smmsmsmmßsamavm The Charms I bf the Teapot I —- —Aro nover so strong, ejj never so irresistible, * as when the Tea inside (§ is made from §1 -Tea made from " Tig«r " If -makes a delightful drink. j -You enjoy every sip of it, -and n second cup is a I -blessing. It revives you, -it invigorates you. it -quenches the thirst—it s "On The Reason: "Always Pure" s^^^a^viia»ayi»)jffltftie«>ja-tw for Summer Coughs and Colds. | It will cure you and ihe children. 1 let a bottle to-day. 2/6 and 4/6. 1 m ,^oMi&Msif»it'^ sram Your Boy's es m SSI «HI &mm m. 1 EXAMINED j BY US BEFORE | SCHOOL \ TAKES UP % Don't send him to school suffering tho handicap of Defective Sight. It will keep him hack in his studies, in sport find other pastimes, and may do injury which he will feel all through his lifo. wmvmmx^^mm&'^^'^'^M 51 Prompt attention by our Pj Fully-qualified Opticians will hj relievo all strain, ensure || Sound,_ Healthy Sight, and p Bond him to school with a new fcj interest in his lessons and [i| games. j Consulting Opticians. L For Fjxamining Eyes and j Advising as to Spectacles we have two Fully-qualified Opti- I cians, holding overy recognised English" qualification— Mr Goo. Chance, D.8.0.A., F. 1.0. (London), and Mr W. Dawson, F.E.0.A., F.S.M.C. (Lord.). Expert Advico can be relied on from both these . Gentlemen. *WU jewellers and Opticians CORNER PRiNCfS ST. and MORAY PLACL is made ready for baby bv adding hot -wivier only. 'Q No.''nokin(?. In two mii'iy utos baby's Glaxo j 3 ready, Ask your doctor, i

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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