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BUSINESS NOTICES. A Budget of Bargains FROM You can order these lines by mail with perfect confidence. If they are not satisfactory, we will take them back and return your money. PEINTED CREPES, 29 inches wide TAPESTRY HALL CURTAINS, Crimson Usual price, 12$ d. a yard "'' ' , , and Green Sale price, B|d. a yard ' Usual price, 15/6, 19/6, 29/6 to 56/STRIPED RAPIANTA ' ; V Sale price, 7/9, 9/9, 14/9, to 32/6 Usual price, 1/31 a yard • 150 ONE-PIEGE' FROCKS in Voile, Sale price)-lO|d. a yard Sponge Cloth and Crepe, this STRIPED CREAM DRESS FLANNEL, . Season's styles • Double'width ' Usual price 30/-to 52/6 Usual price, 3/6 a yard Sale Pnce' 21/" each Sale price, 7/11 the Dress Length ' CAMBRIC AND ZEPHYR HOUSE PURE LINEN SHIRT BLOUSES, Robes- t>S°™S' i*9 /« % i/STi a/n ■-, „•-,■, ~ n ' usual price, I^/b, i4/o, 10/o pierre and Roll Collars ■■< ■ Q o i a «!,;„„ o/n «o«v. tt i • nn/e n /> /n ok / at / Q&le price, u/11 each Usual prices, 22/6, ,26/9, 35/-, 45/-r n Sale Prices, 14/6, I^/9, 21/-, 29/6 ■ 18 COSTUMES m Summer-weight Fabrics '„„_.„„.;,,,,._,„ . T 1 ■"'" ■ and Black and Navy Serge, semi-, MILLINERY MODELS m Newest Shapes fitting . coats ai]d pai ; el gki^ . ... .!- and Colours _ .;• _ Usual prices, 49/6' to 67/6 each. Usual price, 32/6 to 42/6, 39/6 to 65/- , Sale price, 14/11 each Sale price, 9/11, 10/ll 29 SUMMER COSTUMES in .Casement CHILDREN AND GIRLS' WfITE EM- cloths and Serges BROIDERY HATS,' Detachable Usual price. 69/6 to" 126/Crown and Frills, slightly crushed g a | e - pr j pe> 25/6 Usual price 3/11 5/6, 6/11 TUSSORE SILKS, 33 inches wide Sale price, 1/- to 1/11 each Usual price 2/3 a yflpd 13' DOZEN CHILDREN'S WASHING Sale price, 1/6 a yard OVERALLS and FROCKS, Holland, LADIES' BLACK RIBBED CASHMERE Drill and Galatea, fit children 2 to 9 HOSE Usual price, 3/3, 5/6, 7/6 • Usual price, 1/31 a pair Sale price, 1/11, 2/6, 3/11 Sale price, 2 pairs for 2/11

This sale will be marked by a continual succession of most attractive bargains until the closing day— Saturday, February sth.

TANGO j RECORDS: Tango Teas—Tango Parties—Tango FrocksTango Everything I i Such is the rage. Here are the first COLUMBIA TANGO RECORDS — Brilliant — Sparkling — played for dancing purposes. Hear them and you'll get the Tango fevei% COLUMBIA—RENA Double-sided TANGO RECORDS From 3/6. ' THEY WEAK TWICE rAS LONG. Ask your local dealer, or apply at GHIVERS & CO., MUSIC SPECIALISTS, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. - "jl- • THi, -.1 -THELONDON DIRECTORY / UP -TO - DATE BAKERY. (Published Annually) (O— O-^imjg^ . ENABLES TRADERS throughout Proprietors. the Word to communicate direct with English TTIGH-OLASS PASTRY-COOKS MANUFACTURERS & $&£*s*> J± CATERERS, v each class of goocU Jgfgf}^; CONFECTIONERS, lists of Wedding and Birthday Cakes a EXPORT MERCHANTS, - Specialty. goods they «J"Pv*™ xfi! .. Choice Assortment of Fresh Small Oolonial and foreign Markets they Goods Daily< PR.OVINCIAL UTRADE NOTICES All Goorfs made Pure and Best f leading Manufacturers, Merchants, Materials—no fiub»*»*uta».. ■4, in the principal provincial towni , ■ .ad -dustrial^ntr^of the U»M ashburT()N |||Viir- » oopt of the current edition will b* MENT SOCIETY ' Postal Note for 20s. An^ trs^ct^Tr^ro^s B a NK of deposit. advertisements from £S. ——• DEPOSITS are received at c»ll or for fixed periods at HIGHEST ' . . CURRENT RATES of INTEREST. *rrraged under the Ports to which they ' ( t v . i&il &nd indicatinc the approximate Society provides for the Public sailings; a THOROUGHLY SOUND INVEST; MENT for SAVINGS, combining goocTHE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., Interest with" undoubted Security. LTD- ' , J. B. CHRISTIAN, 25 Ab<*urch Lane, London, E.C. ««»««■-

Making good cough mixture [at home is now a simple process^ Obtam f rom your chemist or store a bottle •! Hean s Essence, and add to it the necessary water and sweetening. The resulting cough mixture is the finest you can possibly obtain. There is a clear saving of at least nine shillings ■£ oryour pocket. Hean's Essence, all Ghemists. 13

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8786, 5 February 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8786, 5 February 1914

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