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(3. R. MINISTRY OF MUNITIONS By Direction of the Disposal Board (TEXTILES, LEATHER. A AD EQUIPMENT SECTION) ?? ?=? ? ?*? aa, f'wN v ?°? ? ? ?S"?? GREAT SALE OF CIVILIAN CLOTHING A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY For DISPOSAL by TENDER, large quantities of LOUNGE SUITS AND OiEiiCOATS IN MINIMUM LOTS OF 25 ALSO A LARGE QUANTITY OF CAPS AND SOFT COLLARS (Minimum Lots of 60) (Minimum Lots of 200) All of Thoroughly Good Quality. TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR THE PURCHASE OF (1) 250,000 LOUNGE SUITS in grey and brown Tweeds, blue Serges, etc. (includ- ing a small proportion of Standa rd Suits), in various sizes. (2) 76,000 OVERCOATS single-breasted fly front, principally in grey Cheviots with a small percentage of brown and blue cloth, (including a small pro- portion of Standard Otercosti ng in various sizes. (3) 110,00:0 CAPS, mostly in Golf Tweeds, assorted sizes and colours. (4) 92,000 SOFT COLLARS, in various materials, assorted sizes. Fuller particulars are given in the form of Tender, copies of which can be ob. tained on application to the Controller, D.B.3. b/2, Ministry of Munitions, Grosvenor Road, London, S. W.t. (Telegraphic Address: Arconpim, London." Telephone Victoria 3026.) Tenders are to be returned not later than 10 a.m. on the 26th. 27th and 28th November, 1919, for the caps and collars, overcoats and suits respectively, in the envelopes provided for the purpose. PARCELS WILL CONTAIN SIZES AP PROXIMATELY IN PROPORTION TO THE TOTAL QUANTITIES 0 F EACH SIZE FOR DISPOSAL. Samples taken from the bulk can be seen at the Office of t Controller, n.:a.3:bj2, Ministry oi Munitions, Qrosv onor Road, Pimlico, S.W.I. City Office, Ministry of Munitions Disposal Board, Holland House, 34, Bury Street, St. Mary Axe, E.C.3, and also at the following Centres:— ABElRDEEN-Chamber of Commerce, 15, Union Terra/ce. BARNSTAPLE Chamber of Commerce. Bridge End. BEUe'AST—Central Stores Dept. Depot. Victoria Street. 'I BiKMliS GHAJl—M. of M Room 70, 111. New Street. BL.il,CKBURN-Chamber of Commerce 4, moiunomcl Terrace. BOLIO?—Ltiamber of Commerce, 19, Hotel "Street., B'Rt'tArUee?tO..RD—Chamber of C<)mmero Brad- ford Exchange. BRlüll'l'Ul'-Cnamber of Commerce, 64. >ShiP Street. BRitsrOL—M. of M.. 3. Unity &reet College b reen. CAMBRIDGE— Chamber of Commerce, 9. Market I n, CAkti)iFF-.v. of M. Room. 43, Principality Buildings. CAKLif.Lt,—Chamber of Trade 14, Lowther Mreet. CORK—Chamber of Commerce. Commercial Buildings. COVENTRY Chamber of Commerce. tawnjc Buildings. DOVER—Chamber of Comn.erce, 3, Market SQ WHe. PU BLIN—M. of M., 124. Lower Bagprot Street. DUNDEE—Flax Office, 10. Victoria Cham- bers. EDj N BURGH—A.D.O.S.. 22. North Bridge. EXE1ER—Chamber of Commerce 17, Bed- ford Circus. GLASGOW—Pattern Room. M. of M. 250. St. Vincent Street. G'l' GIHMSBY-Chamber of Commerce and Shipping, 31. Clcethorpe Road. HALIFAX—Chamber of Commerce. Harri- &ou Road. HULL—Chamber of Commerce, Exch&Dge buildings. RaIl. .LE'J)b-{}naznber of Commerce, 36, Park Row. LB, ICESTE'R-Chamber of Commence, 3, GranDy Street. LiiiERj-CX—Chamber of Commerce. LIVERPOOL—Chamber of Commerce. >iANGiiE^>iER Cotton Textile unices, Danlee Buildings, Spring lie.raellS. -XEYv CASi-jjL—Chamber cf Commerce. -\Uiivv iCil Chamber of Commerce, Oxford Place. XO'l'i GHAil *— Chamber of Commerce, Eldon Chambers, Whe,eler Gate. OLDHAM.—^iiiiiaber of Commerce, Oldham. ?H.?UtjTR—Chajnber of Ccmmcrc?. POKTS-liO UXii—Chamber of Commerce, Prudential iiuiidingn. PK. £ .ol UN, LANCS—On amber of Commerce, 108, JTishergate. SiibEFlELD—Chamber of Commerce,Cutlers' Hall. SOUTHAMPTON—Chamber of Commerce, 6, Portland Street. SWAIiS £ !A Chamoer of Commerce. TUN'BRlIKi'E V; ELLS—1Chamber of Com- merce, 1 and 2. The Broadway. WALSALL Chamber of Commerce. WARRINGTON—Chamber of Commerce, Market Gate Chambers. WiGAJS—Chamber of Commerce, Arcade Chambers. I \y\i{W1MP'TON-Œlamber of Commerce. WORCES'TER-ûhamber of Commerce, 19, The Foregate. The hulk can be inspected between the hours of 10 a.m. and 11.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. on any week-day, except Saturday, on presentation of the form of tender, as follows: FOR SUITS, OVERCOATS AND CAPS. The Ordnance Officer, Battersea l'ark, London, S. W .1, or the Ordnance Officer, Army Clothing Depot, Sweet, Street, Leeds. FOR COLLARS.—The Deputy Director of Clothing, Royal Army Clothing Department, Grosvenor Road, Pimlico, London, S.W.I. NOTE.—For Particulars of other Government Property for Sale, see "SUP, PLUS," price 3d., at all Bookstalls; or by quarterly subscriptions of 2/ post free, payable in advance to the Directot-of Publicity, Ministry of Munitions, Whitehall Place, London, S.W.I. •Spftf \<\1!f"i; Denham. I Mrs. Denham. I suffered for six months with a terrible Ig Ulcerated Wound in my knee about two inches in depth. 1 was attended to by doctors and had a nurse, bat did not get well. The doctors thought I had a diseased bone, so I had an opera- tion, having a piece taken away from my knee about the size of a five shilling piece, but still did not im- prove. Hearing so much about Clarke's Blood Mixture I at last resolved to give it a trial, and after a few days the improve- ment in my knee was great. The first bottle eased my pain, and by the time I had taken a few hottles (three, 1 believe) my knee was completely cured. All my friends were surprised at such a wonderful jure, especially after -being laid up in bed for six months/* (Signed) Mrs. Denham, of 29. Ii Brynhyfryd. Penydarren, Merthyj Tydvil, Wales. I !f you Suffer from any such Disease as | Scrofula, Bad Legs ?4.&acM?M, McerN, Glandular Swellings. Eczema ?o?a, I Pimples. Sores and Eruptions, Piles, ?/?MMa?aMt. Z/M??n?/o, Gout, I don't waste your time and money on, useless totions and mesay ointments which canuot get below the surface of the skin. What you want and what you must have is a medicine that will thoroughly free the blood of the poison- ous matter which alone i8 the true cause ■" of all your suffering Clarke's Blood ,Mixture Mjustauch a medicine. It to fr composed of ingredients which quickly I expel the impiiritie6 from the blood, I andbyrenderiun'tciean?ndpurecan I be relied upon to ive speedy relief and I lasting benefit. Pleasant to take and free from anythiug iomrions. Aakfor Ij and see that you irei | Clarke's Blood Mixture I "Everybod)". Blood Purifteim 11 I Of all Chemists and Stores, Sj9 per bottle. (Six time3 the quantity llf-.) | 01 M t C I Sh Nov. 4th Olympia Motor Cycle Sh ow, to gain. Messps. DAVIES. & ELLIOTT Motor Engineers, 20 and 21, Orange Street, Beg to announce that their Representative will be in attendance at the MATCHLESS STAND, No. 48. SWANSEA and DISTRICT AGENT for "BEAN, & "LITTLE S^SDLAND" Cars. The LITTLE MIDLAND" will be on View at 18, Kensington Gardens, cor- ner of Hammersmith Road Entrance. Demonstration Runs can be arranged.

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