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BUSINESS NOTICES. I HOW THE "HdW & THE "WHERE" I w OF ? MOTOR.CAR & CYCLE 9 I TROUBLES. 1 Knowing just "how" and "where" in effecting motor car or cycle repairs makes all-the .difference when the account comes in. Inexpert tinkering does more harm than good, and adds to the account in agnost distressing manner. . The latest' motor owner of times finds himself in a corner, and needs the advice of an expert. Generally speaking, and apart from simple adjustments, faults, and overhaulirigs should be the work of an Expert Motor Engineer. He knows the "how" and" where," and his charges are based upon rapid execution of the-necessary work. ' JAS, E. RULE is an Expert Motor Engineer, and employs only expert workmen. His Cass Street Garage is fitted with all modern tools for the rapid and efficient handling of all motor repairs,-adjustments, etc. CHARGES ARE STRICTLY MODERATE FOR HIGH GRADE WORK ONLY. Coupled with the Repairing and Selling of Cars, is the stocking of the most efficient Motor Tyre on the market, THE MICHELIN TYRE, The following are the Sizes and Prices:— Square Tread Covers. . Studded Covers. Tubes. £ s. d. " £ s. d. £ s d 700 x65 ... 2 10 ql2 (\ 710 x9O ... 3 7 0 411 6 it* 760 x9O ... 313 6 418 6 15 6 810 x9O ... 316 0 55 3 17 9 765 x 105 ... 419 3 612 3 19 0 815 x 105 ... .5 7 0 , -' 75 0 " 110 9 875x105 ... 5 15 0 | . 7 14 6 1 12 Q 820x120 ... 67 0 ' 718 0 116 6 ! 880 x 120 ... 617 9 811 '9 119 920 x 120 .... 7 4 9. 819 6 2 13 895 x 135 ... 717 3 10 0 3 23 9 935x135 .... 8 4 0 10 11 3 2 '4 V 30 x 3 ... 211 0 48 6 016 6 . 30 x3£ ... -3 18 6 5 8 9 14 0 32 x 3* ... 4 5 6 5 16 9 1 5 10 ■34 x 4 „.. 5 15 6 7 9 9 1 11 6 I AHHCO ET OS El ET MOTOR engineer, JAIYIto b. KULt, '»*°™"°-mJ End of Season Sale Now On.

3REAT .CLEARANCE OF SHOWROOM STOCK at H. C. BARRETT'S. The following Price List will give some idea of the Sacrifices we are making in this Department,. We have Jretween 30 and 40 Ladies' Trimmed HATS for Sale:— . Regulu* Prices—32/6, 30/-, 29/6, 29/6, 27/6, 25/-, 21/-, 21/-, 19/6, 18/9, 17/6, 17?6 Sale Prices — 15/-, 15/- 5 14/6,12/6,14/6,12/6,12/6, 9/6,11/6, 7/6,9/6,11/6 Th se Genuine Reductions indicate our intention of ollowing our usual custom of Clearing every HAT by the end of the Season. Regular Prices—l 7/6, 18/11 16/6, 15/6, 14/6, 14/6, 13/6, 12/6, 11/6, 11/Sale Prices — 9/6, 10/6, 8/6, 7/6, 7/6, 6/6, 7/6, 7/6, 6/6 5/6 Children's and Girls' Trimmed HATS, all Substantially Reduced. A Special Lot of Untrimmed Straw Shapes. Sale Price 1/- each. The Balance of our Best Shapes. Reduced to 2/6 to 3/6 each. Ladies' Linen Motor HATS. Regular Prices 4/6 to 5/9. Sale Prices 2/6 and 3/11 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Straw Hats. Regular Prices 5/9 to ;11/6 Sale Prices 2/6 to 5/6 Ladies' Motor Hats, .White Kid, with Waterproof Silk Crowns— Worth 12/6. Sale Price 5/6 White and Cream Crinoline Toques, were 8/6 to 10/6 Sale Price 2/6 each. If you are interested in HATS, do not miss seeing these Bargains! LADIES' ONE-PIECE DRESSES—correct wear or at' least another Three Months. Note the Reductions we are making off these Goods, and come and see them. 4 (only) Sponge Cloth, in assorted Colours— Sale Price for these 7/11 each; worth 15/----5 (only) Sandown Cloth, good shades. Well made Dresses— To go for 6/6 each. h 5 (only) Crepe, Brown, Champagne, Navy Blue. Good value at 15/Sale Price 11/6 each. 7 (only) Assorted Materials and Good Colours — Regular Price 25/- Sale Price 17/6 1 (only) Grey Mercerised Voile, Black Trimming, nice style— ■ Regular Price 27/6 Sale Price 21/6 2 Pretty White Embroidered Muslin Frocks, correct make— : Regular Price 29/6 Sale Price 22/6 1 each Grey Spot Voile; Blue Striped Cord; Sky Blue Repp, pretty styles— ; , 29/6 for 22/6 1 (only) Blue Linen, nicely trimmed, Fancy Buttons and Patent Beltwas 35/- Sale Price 25/----1. (only) Superior Quality Cream and Brown Sponge Cloth, trimmed Silk, 45/Sale Price 32/6 ,6 Very Special Quality Silk and Wool Fabric, beautifully finished Garments— 52/6 for 38/6 To Clear.—4 (only) Ladies' Linen Costumes, Coat and Skirt, at less than Half Price. ' I (only) White Pique, 31/6 for 15/-; 1 (only) White Linen, Blue Trimming, . 28/6 for 13/6 1 (only) Saxe Blue Linen, 39/6 for 18/6; 1 (only) "Light Blue Linen—l 9/6 for 9/6 13 GIRLS' DRESSES, in Browns and Blues, sizes 27-inch to 42-inch— Regular Prices 8/3 to 11/6 Sale Prices 6/9 to 9/6 WE ARE ALSO SHOWING A SPECIAI! LOT OF LADIES' BLOUSES AT . SALE PRICES. ■■■-' PLEASE NOTE—That all Red Ink Sale Prices are net, and allow of no further DISCOUNT. <VII Our Regu&r Stock subject to Special Sale discount of 2/- in the Pound.

DRAPERY, SVBSLLBNERY, CLOTHING MERCERY, AND BOOT •EAST STREET. , ... WAREHOUSE. 1 „ EAST 'STREET. Advertised Goods ' PAFF FLY-CATCHER&,. thinking of a new bike? riIHEN have one built specially Standard Goods convenient and reliable. to suit yourself The World Over. Why 7 to suit yourself.' ■*.-■' TO SUIT YOURSELF. BE^S ogosra beuo ir C« ta '0 stand up or ma y H . p.^RUST. IZZul^ T"'h 0th t T ia° S P' Maker of t»e Famous the advertised article not bema up to the standard claimed for — " ARNST" SPECIAL. ifc J+i n°J be fP" rcha-fi d uagain Price 2 for Threepence. Smg UB" Easy Terms Arranged Advertising is Insurance, there- *"~ ""= — fore, that the goods are as re- Address: Tancred Street. presented and good value. R. TOTTY ? ■ — The consumer who buys advertised goods rarely makes a mis- CHEMIST, T>iOß Shooting Small Birds, otc. Air take. "Mail" readers will J_ Guns ss; Pea Rifles, prices from profit by a careful, perusal of 81/RNETT STREET. 203, 255, 30s,- 40s, £3 ss, at John Orr its advertising columns. j ] and Co.'s East Street Store. 11 94

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

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