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BUSINESS NOTICES. BURGESS'S BOOT SALE NOW ON. ~~T~ NEVER has the Public of Ashburton had the opportunity of Purchasing GOOD — SOLID MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BOOTS v < AND SHOES In the Latest Shapes, at such a LOW'PRICE As I am now offering to you. I guarantee no 'Cardboard or Brown Baper in these Gdbds, and No Old Sjiack. , Goods Displayed Outside of Shop. Take a Walk along, it will Pay You. F. BURGESS, BURNETT STREET, (Opposite' "Guardian" Office).""' THE NOTED SHOP FOR REPAIRS. 1 515 JAS. CAMERON, ARCADE CLOTHING CO., Burnett Street. y BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! TITE have a large Stock of BOOTS and'SHOES on hand, owing to shipments arriving late. These Must be Cleared befor A [arch. HATS ! HATS ! HATS ! We have also a large assortment of HATS from the World's Best manufacturers—guaranteed for quality and style. A Liberal Discount will be allowed to ensure quick sales, as we mus.t make room for our New Season's Goods. g>ROF!T-SHARING BOOT SHOP. BY Paying 10s Per Annum you can buy Footwear at Is above Cost Price. This means a saving of Pounds to you. Try it, and tell your Friends. BOOT REPAIRING.—I have in stalled the most ingenious Electric Boot Finishing Machine. Prime English Sole Leather always on hand. BARKER'S, ' Tancred Street. PRIEST, THE CYCLE MAN. FOR Dunlop, Oceanic, Clincher B. and Awon, Covers and Tubes. These are NOT made by CHEAP FOREIGN LABOUR, but are BRITISH MANUFACTURE. He also stocks Lamps, Oils, Chains, Tools, Carbide, Mudguards,Punips, Solution, Outfits, Dress Nets, Chain Panels, and all Qycle Accessories. Pram and Cycle REPAIRS at LOWEST PRICES. Goods and Workmanship the HIGHEST QUALITY. Keep this address in your mind: ■ "PRIEST, . - , TRIANGLE. ASHBURTON. " WELL DRESSED" Means more than Fashion. It means Fit, Quality of Material, and Good Tailoring. Our "Togas" are designed on the most scientific principles, being cut by a Competent Cutter, lately frora London, the seat of fashion, who has obtained the'degree of M.U.K.A.; th^ highest possible honour obtainable as a Cutter."-- ; .'■''* /:! ' • . •■ ' ■•■ ; If Fit, Quality, Tailoring, and most Reasonable Prices appeals to you, pay me* a visit. , . -^WANSON, • TAILOR AND MERCER, : ..x :. BURNETT STREET. ■■■:[ HAVE YOUR SUIT MADE YOU R. WAY. TCVVERY; detail of your personJ_i ality—every desire you.-may express," these are» given careful study in "OsMghead" Tailoring. Thus we do more than just "tailor ;i your Suit— —any decent craftsman can do that we make it to be part of your actual individuality as well. SEE IF WE DON'T. Grand Lot of New Fabrics just in. H. AND E. CRAIGHEAD, TAILORS. ASHBURTON.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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