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WANTED. WANTED— Intelligent Youth as Apprentice to Motor EngineeringTrade.— Cr. EL,Carson, Tancred Street. WANTED— A Certificated Nurse or a Probationer for Oakhurst Private Hospital. . 2 111. , REEN Fireproof Enamelware ■ ; \JI Saucepans, etc., very durable and ■ better than the ordinary Enamelware. —At John Orr and. Co.'s Etst Street i Store. 1 76 WANTED Known.—For Cycle Repairs of all kinds, you cannot da i better than try us. We guarantee satisfaction on every job we do, large or small. Our Prices are the Lowest in Ashburton. A trial Avill convince you. —Osman and Co., Burnett Street. 1 40 A LUMINIUM Saucepans, will not XA. rust, always clean, shine like silver always. Prices from 2s 6d to 12s 6d.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. . ' 1 7ft WE have insiaiksd the best electrically dviyen Lawn Mower Sharpener it is possible to procure, and our equipment is now unexcelled in New ZealanJ. „ Work is finished absolutely satisfactorily, and we are able to sharpen Horse Mowers up to 4 feet wide.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. TUMBLERS. Tumblers.—Fletcher , Bros, are clearing.out their enormous stork of Tumblers at under costprice. So come along and get the bar gains. Water Sets, comprising 6 TuirK , lers,. and ti Quart Jug, 2s 9d per set tor I 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 Gs lid. Only a, few left. At— FLETCHER BROS.' : CLEARING OUT SALE.' ; GLOVES for Harvesting, strongly made and very durable. Price 3s 6d per pair.-r-At John Orr and Co'« 1 East Street Store. ■ , 176 ' GOGGLES for Threshing and Cbafi.- - cutting, new pattern brand. Afc !9d pair.—At John Orr and Co.'s East , Street Store. ' 1 7£ . f"TRIUMPHS" J?COOP THE POOL IN THREE DAYS' TRIALS. Private Owner's Cto^s—lst and 2ndl' Trade Class—lst, 2nd, and 3rd. Teams' Competition—lst. .i .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 tor reliability and economy. D. H. EDGAR^ Ashburton. ' Representative ADAMS A^D CO. - LTD., Christchurch. . WANTED— The Public to remember that Osman and Co. are now \ carrying on the cycle business recently occupied by Bel Bros., and both old customers and new ones, may rely on get- , ting the same attention and satisfaction ns from the old firm. —Osman'andCo., Burnett Street. _ 1.4J EGGS. EGGS.' - ' " TjILETCHER BT>,OS. are Cash Buyers JL of Frensh Eg^s in any quantity, at lid per dozen. PJpaso nnte that the Eggs must be perfectly fresh. FLETCHER BROS.' CASH SUPPLY STORES. POINTS ABOUT. THE RUDGE MULTI That it will pay you to consider befor* buying your new machine. - • SPEED.—The Rudge has proved it» superiority in recent contests as regards speed. Witness the Grand Prix; 217 miles, 49 starters. Rudge won by 3min 34sec. Speed averaged 49£ mil** per hour. COMFORT.—The Rudge combine* with speed total absence of vibration,. giving perfect ease in the saddle at ill speeds. RELIABILITY.— London-Edinburgh, May 10-12, 1913—Eight Rudges started and .finished double journey,, over 800 miles, winning 8 gold medals. CHAS. E. BAILEY, Agent, Tancred Street. W. PAGE, Representative. FUNERAL NOTICES. W. H. ALEN, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND FURNISHER, vNew Premise*, No. 851, Trianfl* Ashburton). MORTUARY Casketa in Oak Rimo and otber woods; L l iinera' conducted in Town.. oil ... , (>"-ir h-v. . dMrst-cliaw • Cohvey»nc#», " 'iar^t« moderate. , Private Residence—3o Grey Str#^, ! near High School. , Telephones—23o »nd 231. , Agent for J. Tait, Monumental k I tor, Chmtohurch. j Monuments and Gr»v« St^"«»» r»-k tered and gilded. BAKER BROS., I COMPLETE - ' FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS. 1 Telephone fiß. j Buainesw Address: Corner ©M» J Street and Wakanm Road. Private R«sideno»: Oornw Cm* ud . rameron Btr«*U. S •■■■■■■SBBSBaBBSSHBBBSSWBSBBBSSSSSBBSSBi- _ 1 lM .■ and keeps the children's heff'ls - clean and sweet Is a bottle, Bon»in{r--3 ton's Pharniacy. 1 4t.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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