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I-"'-' ■■,'■■, BUSINESS NOTICES. HALMA'S STUDIO, SAUNDERS' BUILDINGS ONLY. • . ' FOE THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY. €REAT REDUCTIONS IN PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY. CABINET PHOTOS from 9/- per dozen .BEST BROMIDE from ... ■. ■• - 17/- per dozen . . . Usual price 25/Also, ONE DOZEN CABINETS, with Framed Enlargements complete 17/6 OR. ONE DOZEN CABINETS, latest styles in mounting, best finish, with Enlargement framed, com- . plete ..'. ... ;..-" ••• „= ..... -•• ••• 25/-. , FAMILY GROUPS, full'size pictures, from ... 21/- per dozen FOURTH ..... I BARGAIN LIST j ANDREW ORR and GO.'S : GREAT SUMMER SALE. TPIE GREAT POPULARITY OF OUR, SALE IS SUFFICIENT PROOF ' OF OUR EFFORTS AT BARGAIN GIVING, AND THE GOOD VALUE OFFERED. WE CONTINUE OUR SALES LIST, WHICH INCLUDES SOME VERY EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, MILLINERY, DRESSES/ETC, AND CHILDREN'S WEAR. ALTHOUGH NOT LISTED HERE THERE ARE SIMILAR BARGAINS IN ALL OTHER DEPARTMENTS. STOCKS ARE FAST . . DISAPPEARING—AND THE ONLY GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET WHAT YOU NEED IS TO GET IT QUICKLY, OR IT WILL BE ■GONE. ''■ V "■■ ■ ■" • ' ' • GOOD UNDERCLOTHING AT SALE PRICES. , Ladies' Long and Short Sleeve .Bodices — 1/- 1/3 1/6 Ladies" Vests— 9d. 1/- 1/3 Ladies' Longcloth Chemises— 1/11 • 2/3 Ladies' Longcloth..Knickers— ' 2/6,2/11 Ladies' Longcloth Nightdresses— „„■■. 5/6 6/6 'Ladies'Longeloth Camisoles— 1/6 1/9 Ladies' Longcloth Comhinations— 4/6 Ladies' Woven Combinations— 3/6 3/11 Ladies' Woven Nightdresses— 6/11 Corsets in all the Standard- Makes, at greatly Seduced Prices. Also, an Excellent Corset at 2/6 LADIES' MILLINERY. Nicely Trimmed Hats— Now 8/6 10/6 12/6 15/Flowers, Wings, > and Feathers— 9d. 1/- 1/3 1/6 2/6 • Good Black Tips— 3/3 3/9 4/6 LADIES' COSTUMES, ETC. Fashionable One-piece Dresses— 10/6 12/11 14/6 • . Fashionable One-piece Muslin Dresses— 16/6 18/6 22/6 A few Navy, Saxe, and Brown Delaine Dresses— 32/6 35/----"Linen Costumes— • « At 16/6 21/- 32/6 Serge Costumes, in Brown and Fawn— ' 42/Serge Costumes .in Navy and Black— 35/- 39/6 . Ladies' Out-size Black Silk Coats— 59/6 62/- 69/Ladies' " Hydrotite" Rain Coats— 25/- 35/- 39/6 Ladies' Dress Skirts, Navy and Black— \ 6/6 7/11 8/6 Ladies' Out-size Navy Skirts, with Raglan Sleeves— At 16/6 17/6. 18/6 19/6 'tfAJ'^EmL jSr-- Children's Overals, in white— pz&Ra* *^$Wlf]\s$ 9 ***! Children's Overals, in print— tV^W^PP ' Children's Splendid Picnic ITats— vl.! Vl Iff^ Chiltlren's Sun Hats— At 6d- I |i' \^^M [ fGirls> straw Hats— 3d- and 6d>//IClHltv:' ■Bosrs' Gra^atea Sailor Hats— yft:| 1 / I / And ManY Other Lines in Children's HIGH SCHOOL OUTFITS—CAPS, HOSE, and REGULATION SUITS FOR BOYS IN STOCK AT MEN'S COUNTER. *SPX COM PLETE OUTFITTERS. * ;' ;■ ' -

TLJ E" Q C DO! [\S"T"Q WiU intere6t y°u if y°u «""«> thinking I nLOL I V-/S i\! SO of buying a Motor , Car.-. „ Many oars •re built cheaply in order to meet a popular demand for cheapness. ... . The "OVERLAND" car is also born of necessity, but in a rather different sense, .... The" Overland " is built to meet the demand for Reliability, Comfort, and Covenience. RELIABILITY is featured in every "piece bf'Mechanism in the "Overland;" srom the powerful, silent-running engine down to the door hinges. COMFORT is fauid in the luxurious, deep-seated body and in the soft, springy upholstering which renders a trip ou the roughest road a joy ride on a track of glass. CONVENIENCE is found in the Electric Self-starter, which does away with the old-fashioned cranking, and in the brilliant electric lights, which;.. ... whether,the car is standing or running may be switched on and off by simply turning a knob. WEBBER A^D SMIJUY. LTD., AGENTS.

■::DON'"r"'iE: satisfied: •.r ■: ifflTH AN OLD FASHIONED OUT-OF-DATE MOTOR CAR. . YOU MAY TTSTASWELLBE UP-TO-DATE. . . ' The new model "Overland" Electric is a Modern Car in every feature. ' i [ ' The " Overland" Electric Starter and lighting system is absolutely reliable and is not obtainable on any other car. The new 30-horse "Overland" is the lightest car on the market— embracing every modern improvement in motor car construction. fou can buy cheaper cars, but in the "Overland" Electric at " £385 complete you get something that you cannot get in any other car at any price. Ba up-to-date and buy the Up-to-Data "OVERLAND." I WEBBE-R "AND'SMILY, LTD., AGENTS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8791, 11 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8791, 11 February 1914

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