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WANTED. WANTED— Sewing. Ladies' and Children's Work by the day, or will take same in.—" 1.X.L.," "Guardian " Office. ' 2 95 m UMBLERS. Tumblers—Fletcher JL Jjfi»i. ai'ti dealing ui.ti iimu- eituriuous stock of Tumblers at under'cost price. So come along ami get the bargains. Water Sets, comprising 6 Tumblers, and 2 Quart Jug, 2s 9d per' set for Plain Glass, 3s lid lor Etched Circle, and 6 lovely richly engraved and Cut Tumblers,' 2 Quart Jug, and a'Pretty Nickel Silver Tray, for Gs lid. Only a few left. At— • ' FLETCHER. BROS.' CLEARING OUT SALE. WANTED Known—That Osmaa and Co. (late Bell Bros.), have secured the agency for the well-known Jiolhs' and Raleigh Cycles, and having purchased a large quantity of both Machines, are prepared to make liberal allowances on old Cycles as part pay* . mont. Prices from £7 10s upwards. j■-—: . . _^ BUY your New Razor from Percy. ( - He guarantees what he sells, and' Prices Moderate. MACHINE Belting, .in all sizes, including Dick's Genuine Balata and English Leather, at lowest prices. —At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. H 94 NURSERY Hair Lotion—a necessity in every home wherp the children go to school .Keeps iho head clean of parasites and the scalp healthy. Is a bottle, Bonnington's 1 \1 EGGS. EGGS. TJILETCBER.BL6S. are Cash Buyers -inof Frcnsh E^s in any quantity, at lid per dozen. Please note that the Eggs must'be perfectly fresh. FLETCHER BROS.' CASH t SUPPLY STORES. "VTURSERY Har Lotion kills the nit* 1* and keeps the .children's heais clean and sweet is a bottle,'Bonnington's Pharmacy. 1 41 "TRIUMPHS" ffCOOP 'THE POOL J IN THREE DAYS' TRIALS. Private Owner's Class—lst and 2nd. Trade Class—lst, 2nd, and 3rd. 1 Teams Competition—lst. ■ Petrol Competition Test—lst. Against 27 riders of all the Leading Makes of Motor Cycles. The above proves that- the " TR*tUMPH" is "the" MotorCycle for reliability and ecpnomy. ' v D. H. EDGAR, ... Ashburton. Representative - ADAMS A*!D CO. LTD., Christchurch. that' Fly.—Joiu :Lo crusade „ against the disease laden pestiferous fly.: Balloon Fly Traps Is, Won-; der Fly Killers 9d, Daisy Fly KilleiS Is.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Str««afc Store. ' 11 94 GINGER Wine Essence—A good, wholesome and refreshing drink for either table or harvest field- Is a bottle.—Bonnington's Pharmacy. " J. 4J OIL Cans for Reapers, is Each. Kayo's Seamless Oil Cans, in all sizes and prices.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 11 94 . POTNTS ABOUT THE iRUOGE MULTI That it will pay you to consider befor* buying your now machine. SPEED.—The Budge has proved it* superiority in recent, contests as regards speed. Witness the Grand Prix; 217 miles, 49 starters. Rudge won bj' 3min 34eec. Speed averaged 49£ milt* per hour. COMFORT.—Tho Rudge combine* with speed total absence of vibration, giving perfect ease in tho saddle at all speeds. , i RELIABILITY— London-Edinburgh, May 10-12, 1913—Eight Budges started and finished double journey, over 80C 1 miles, winning 8 gold medals. CHAS. E. BAILEY, ! Agent, Tancred Street. ; W. PAGE, Representative. FUNERAL NOTICES. mHE Friends of Mr John Osborne JL' are respectfully k informed' .that the Funeral of his late beloved 'wile^ Sarah Ann, will move from his residence, Southwich Farm, Willowb\, on MONDAY, February 9, at 12 a.m., for the Ashburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., Undertakers. W. H. ALEN, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND ■ FURNISHER, ~ '' iNew Premises, No.. 89, Tr!*ngl«. Ashburton). MORTUARY Caskets In Oak' Bimo and other woods. „- ' . " i< anera' conducted in: Town o< C'vn\|vv. tfirst-clas» Convey»nc«*. iar^f. moderate. Private Reßidenc6~-80 Grey 6tr»-4 nenr High School.' Telephones—23o and 281. Agont for J. Tait, Monumental BoE%> (or, Christchurch. Monuments and Grave Stones r»-kf tered and gilded. BAKEfI BROS., COMPLETE FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS. Telephon* SB. Banineea Address: Corn«r Gi» Street and Wakanui Road. Private-Besidenca: Oorn«c Omh 4»d Cn.Tnpron 6tre*»t«. ■■...-. .-*...■■■.. ;-.■'■•■•■■■■;'.■

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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