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WANTED. WANTED Known—Large Consignment of my 30s dust-proof fuilyjewelled Lever Watches just arrived. Guaranteed 2 years.—S. Crooks. 2 13'f GREEN Fireproof Enamehvare.— Saucepans, etc., very durable and better than the ordinary Enamehvare. —At John Orr and Co/s Enst Street Store. i 7(j. WANTED Known.—For Cycle Repairs of all kinds, you cannot do better than try us. We guarantee satisfaction on every job we do, large or small; Our Prices are the Lowest' in Ashburfcon. A trial will convince you. .—Osman and Co., Burnett Street. 1 40 A LTJMINIUM Saucepans, will not xjL rust, always clean, shine like silver always. Prices from-25.. 6d .to 12s' ■ 6d.—At John On- and Co.'s East Street Store. . 1 7ftB LOUSE Bargains at Mitchell and Turner's Clearauc Sale. ICO , mUMBLERS. Tumblers—Fletcher A Bros, are clearing out their enormous stock of Tumblers at under cost 'price. So come along and get the bargains. Water Sets, comprising 6 Tumb- ' lers, and 12 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. At— . FLETCHER. BROS.' CLEARING OUT SALE. Gi LOVES for Harvesting, strongly ' H made and very durable: Price 3s 6d per pair.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. • 176 GOGGLES for Threshing and Cbaivcutting, new pattern brand. At 9d pair.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store; ; :■_! 76 "TRIUMPHS" erJOOP THE POOI IN THREE DAYS' TRIALS. Private Owner's Cle>ss—lst and 2nd. . < Trade Class—lst, 2nd, and 3rd. Teams Competition—lst.: . . Petrol, Competition Test—lst. Against 27 riders of all the LeadingMakes of Motor Cycles. . The above proves that the "TRIUMPH " is " the " Motor Cycle for reliability and economy. J>. H. EDGAR, Ashburton. Representative ADAMS A**D CO. LTD., Christchurch. WANTED-^The Public to.riemom- ' ber that Osman and Co. are now „ I carrying on the cycle business recently . occupied by Bell Bros., and both old cus-, tomers and new ones may rely on getting the same attention and satisfaction as from the old firm.—Osman and Co., Burnett Street. ■ 140 EGGS. EGGS. FLETCHER BLOS. are Cash Buyer* of Frensh Eggs in any quantity, ' at lid per dozen. Please note that the Eggs must be perfectly fresh. FLETCHER BROS.' CASH SUPPLY STORES. POINTS ABOUT THE RUDCE MULTI That it will p>y you to consider befor* " buying your new machine. SPEED.—The Rudge has proved it» superiority in recent contests as t& gards speed. Witness the Grand Prix; 217 miles, 49 starters. Rudge won by 3min 34sec. Speed averaged 49£ mile* per hour. COMFORT.—The Rudge \ combiner with speed total absence of Vibration, giving perfect ease in the saddle at aH speeds. . RELIABILITY.—London-Edinburgh.-May 10-12, 1913—EightRudges smarted and finished double journey, over 800 miles, winning 8 gold medals. CHAS. B. BAILEY, Agent, Tancred Street. W. PAGE, Representative. FUNERAL NOTICES. THE Friends of Mr, and Mrs Joseph Fleming are invited, to attend the. Funeral of their la.te', daughter, Edith Martha, leaving their Residence. Springfield, Methven, on SUNDAY NEXT, February 15, at 1.30 p.m., for ■ the Methven Cemetery, arriving at' Cemetery at 3 p.m. PAWSON AND DUFF.' j - ' , Undertakers. W. H. ALEN, : . ' -''FUNERAL DIUF.CiuK ANI» FURNISH Kif. ..New Premipes. Nn ftp-, Tnangj* ■ Afthburton) MORTUARY Cnskpte in Oak {*>«.«, . find otbor wood* ■ . iinera'' . condweh-d- 'in Ti»v>,., . <■, '; O'-u-.-v. ' (Pirat-ela.** Couvey»n«— iar^f moderate Private ResifWif* I —3o (Jr«»y Btf*--v >wir High School Tolcplionw- '■'>' '■ '. •iyi \u^vj fnr ,T Tsif. Monument*.! > tor. Ohrisiohurob Monuments and Qr»v« St'™** r»-' trtred and gilded , BAKER BROS., COMPLETE FURNISHINO UNDERTAKERS T«)«phon» 6*9. Business Address: Cora«r Cm« Mtrp<M-, .and Wskamn Road. Private itfleidcibcw. Curn«r Om» •■■ fanieroi? Strt^te "^yiJRSERY Har. Lotion kills the nita .i\ and keeps the children's hesHs (•lean and sweet Is a bottle, Bonninjrton's Pharmacy. 1 4l

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8793, 13 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8793, 13 February 1914

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