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WANTED. . „ - < WANTED AT ONCE. A MAN FOR FENCING WORK at VALETTA ESTATE. Apply— . *. NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY CO., OF N.Z., LTD. „ 2 222 Ashburton. WANTED— Boy to milk and make himself generally useful.—Apply Hugh Cameron, Carter's Terrace, Tinwald. 2 210 WANTED-.-A Certificated Nurse or a Probationer for Oakhurst Private Hospital. 2 111 WANTED known—Summer Dresses, Tweed Serge 'Lustre Skirts reduced to clear.—E. Wilson, Triangle. ALL. Patterns Sizes at Scott's and' Hepburn's Ganges in stock. Special Discounts given, making it possible to purchase from us at a lower rate than- you could in Christchurch. We also pay rail and-' delivery charges.—John Orr and Co.,' East otreet. 1 76, , _-_J ■ , ''XJ MITCHELL and Turner are Clearing all Summer -Millinery at Half-Price. - 100 , A NICE Silver Mounted Pipe frfcm _J_ v 2s" 6d would make a suitable Xm'as. Gift. Percy has the Best Selection. TEA.— Tea:—Try a lb. of our Is 3d Tea. The best value in Ashburton; eqjial to what some Grocers sell at Is Sd.—Buxton and Thomas METAL Meat Safes—keep the Flies away. Very durable and indispensable to every home—los 6d, 12s 6d, 15s 6d,' I7s 6d.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 GINGER Wine Essence.—A good, wholesome beverage. One bott'-j makes a gallon and a naif of delicious Syrup. Is a bottle at Bonnington's Pharmacy. 1 41 GREAT Remnant Bargains at Mitchell and Turner's End-of-Season Sale. ' 1 00 END-OF-SEASON Cut in Lawn, Mowers. The ever-ready 12in. atf 19s 6d, 14in. at 22s 6d, Gem 12in. at 30s, 14in. at 32s 6d.—At- John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 SCHOOL Books, Bags, and all School >• Requisites. Shop Opens at 8 a.m. for week commencing February 2, 1914. H. M. JONES, Educational: Bookseller. "OiTANTED Known —If you are need,Y V ing a good, serviceable, SecondHand Cycle, we can fit you up right now. Come early, we have a good assortment to select from. £1 upwards. 'Also 3 good Ladies' Cycles to suit girls of J from 12 years.—Osman and Co., Burnett Street. 1 40 SECOND-HAND Cycles—thoroughly overhauled and in first-class order; Good serviceable Machines from £3 10s, deposits from £I.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 HAIR. Nets.—Another lot of .the small meshed, long-wearing Hair ;Nets, just arrived at Percy's. WIDE MOUTH Earthenware Jars for Pickles and Butter Crocks, ,20, 30, and 401b. From 2s 6d to 7s 6d each:—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 WANTED, at once—A Laundress for the Ashbiirton Cojinty Hospital.—Apply "Matron." 2 195 PLUMBING. "OOR Advice on all its branches, ring G. H. NICHOLLS, 'Phone 142. Certificated Plumber. v. Tancred Street.rUST Landed.—A Consignment of Peak-Flean's Biscuits, in the following -varieties:—Pat-a-Cake, Shortcake, Golden Puff, Royal Puff; Clotted Cream, Teddy Bear, Lemon Puff Cream, Sailor King, Health, Billiken, Breakfast, Cafe Noir, Grand Beurre, Rivolli, Savoy, Macaroons Small, Rusks, and Is 6d tin Special Afternoon Tea.—Buxton and Thomas, Triangle Stores. WANTED Known—We do not stock': inferior Groceries. We turn our stock over eight times a year, therefore our goods are always cloan and fresh.-—Buxton and Thomas,' Triangle Stores. 1 44 [ G.ALVANISED Iron Pig Troughs, very clean and durable, far'ahead of wood, and last longer. 3ft. at 13s 6d, 14ft. at 16s, sft. at 20s.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 176 SLIP POCKETS. , TO MOTOR-CAR OWNERS. NOW that the Warm, llus^y Weather is with us, you will require a neat well-made Slip Cover for the Hood when closed, to prevent soiling, fading, and to keep out the dust. Made in Hoodite and Duck. Prices from 255. EDW. NEW, Practical Gar and Gig Trimmer, Tancred Street (near Glome', Stable*).

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8795, 16 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8795, 16 February 1914

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