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WANTED. • . -—* WANTED Known—Motor Bike and Side Car for Sale, 43-H.P., three speeds, free engine; elimj> any hill. Bargain.-—Apply Mellor and Co., Asaburton. 2 112T WANTED Known—We do not stock inferior Groceries. We turn our . stock over eight tunes a year, therefore our goods are always clean and fresh.—Buxton and Thomas, Triangle Stores. 1 44 .4 ' BLOUSE Bargains at Mitchell and Turner's Clearance Sale ; li 00. miTMBLERS. Tumblers.—Fletcher JL Bros, are clearing out their enor-' moiis stock of Tumblers at under cost , price. So come along and get the bargains. ' Water Sets, comprising 6 Tumblers, and 2 Quart Jug, 2s 9d per set for Plain' Glass, 3s lid for Etched Circle, and\6 lovely richly engraved and Cut Tumblers, 2 Quart Jug, and a Pretty Nickel Silver Tray, for 6s lid. Only a.. few left. i-'At — FLETCHER BROS.' ! •' CLEARING OUT SALE. TTTJINTED Known.—That Osmaa vY./and" Co. (late Bell Bros.), have secured the agency for the well-known. Hollis and Raleigh Oycles, and having •' purchased a large quantity of both Machines, are prepared to make liberal allowances on old Cycles as part pay* meht. Prices from £7 10s upwards. < BUY your Jse\v Razor from Percy. He guarantees what he sells, an«T Prices -Moderate. MACHTNE Belting, in all sizes, including Dick's Genuine Bala.tr and English Leather,, at lowest prices. —At John Orr and Co.'s East Streefc Store. 11 &* TVTURSERY Hair Lotion—a necessity IAI in every homo where the children go to school .Keeps the head clean of parasites and the scalp healthy. 1p a bottle, Bonnington's Pharmacy. IVI EGGS. EGGS. TTOLETCHERBI.OS. are Cash.Buyers. JL of Frensh Ega;s in any quantity^ at lid per dozen.. Please note tliat th» Eggs -must be perfectly fresh. ..: FLETCHER BROS/, CASH SUPPLY STORES. NURSERY Hai: Lotion kills the nits and keeps the children's hea-is. clean-and-sweet Is a bottle, Bonnington's Pharmacy. 1 41 ''TRIUMPHS" gCOOP THE POOt IN THREE DAYS' TRIALS. Private Owner's Class—lst and 2nd. Trade Class—lst, 2nd, and 3rd. Teams Competition—lst. - Petrol Competition Test—lst. Against 27 riders of all the Leading Makes of Motor Cycles. " ' The , above" proves that the "TRIUMPH" is "the" Motor Cycle for , reliability and economy. D. H. EDGAR, * Ashburton. •Representative ADAMS 4** D CO. LTD., Christchurch. that 'Fly.—Join crusade against the disease laden pestiferous ily. Balloon Fly Traps Is, Won r dor Fly Killers Od, Daisy Fly Killeia Is.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Str«*t Store. ! 11 3» GINGER 'Wine ' F^ojnce.—A good, wiiolr'.:n:iio and refreshing drmk for. either table O"- harvest field/ 'Is a. bottle.—Boiiahigton's Pharmacy. 141 > POINTS ABOUT THE RUDGE MULT I That it will pay you to consider befoiV buying your new machine. SPEED. —The Rudge has proved it# superiority in recent coiite,sts asxe-j i gards speed. Witness the Grand Prix; 217 miles, 49 starters. Ru'dge won by 3min 34sec. Speed averaged 49£ milt* pe^f hour. COMFORT.—The Rudge combine* with speed total absence of vibration, giving perfect ease in the saddle at afl speeds. . RELIABILITY.— London-Edinburgh. May 10-12, 10J 3—Eight Rudges started and finished double journey, over BOO 1 miles, winning 8 gold medals. CHAS. E. BAILEY, Agent, Tancred Street. - W. PAGE, Representative. .PtINEHAL -MOTICES. ;>• W. H. ALEN, FUN RRA Li DißsUjroß AND FUBNI^HKFI, ,: ■ ~ , Now-'Premises, No. 89, Trian^l«, Ashburtbn). , .; , \/TORTUARY Caskets.la Oak Rima LtA and other woods. i anora! conducted in Town td O-.ir.trv. d'irat-claw ConreyMioi*. , "uargfei moderate. Private Reeidenoe—Bo Grey Btiw*, near High School. ' Telephones—2Bo and 231.. Agent for J. Tait, Monumental fc rrjr^ ChristchurcH. . . ' . '..'..' 'Mommiootfi *n<\ Grave Stones f»-If - - f*red and gilded. - BAKER BROS., COMPLETE FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS. Telephone 09. Busiaeu Address: Corner ' OiM Street and Wakanui Roadv Private Residenc»: Corner Omm sad :,!,« Lull SilitrtUt. t "ONAMELWAEE is the best for the ITJ harvest field and camp use. We stock Mugs, Plates, Billies, Teapots,, etc., at lowest prices.-^-John' Orr and Co.'s East, Street {Store. 11 })%.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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