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BUSINESS NOTICES. a: little konsense now and then IS RELISHED BY THE | , WISEST MEN. BUT Wliat utter nonsense it is to PAY THE . . PEICES all Cycle . . . Dealers but TURTILL asks you to pay. HE knows what you want. Stick to him and save the . f ! £. S. D. THE FATHER KNOWS, THE MOTHEE KNOWS, THE DAUGHTER KNOWS, THE SON KNOWS, ! ■ — that — TURTILL saves them £.s.d. Red Feds, and Specials, Arbitrationists and Federationists, Reformers and Liberals, Capitalists and Labourers, Good Masters and Bad Workmen, Bad Masters and Good Workmen, Men and Women,* Boys and Girls, Workers and Non-Workers, ALL KNOW THAT TURTILL SAVES ( THEM THE i £. S. D. ALL THE YEAR ROUND.

EASY THE CHEAPEST. "ZEALAND! A" Cycles. " SWI FT » CycSes. "HUMBER," | — and — ALL SUNDRIES. Good Goods Cheap are better than Rubbish at the Same Price. T. TURTILL, 105, BURNETT STREET, ."^ Tiar Somerset.

When "played out" In the game of lif e s Take a cup of RAVEN TEA ABSOLUTELY PURE It is securely packed in aroma-probf yvackages in our own factory, and, until opened in your homo, has no chance o£ being adulterated or of coming in, contact wfch dust, dirt germs or unclean hands. A Tea with a Reputation.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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