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BUSINESS NOTICES. ' . . *'!;;/ This Week's Bargains ' 'AT MITCHELL AND TURNER'S ociie. ___ —= TO _ Ladies' Black Casteaere HOSE, 2 pair for 1/& Children's Cream Silk DRESSES, 12/6 to-25/-y * Now 5/~ i Ladies' Tan Cashmere Hose, 8/6, ' Wow 1/9 Children's White Muslin DEESSES, .7/6- to-1,2/-, How 3/11.- . Ladies' Coloured Lisfo GLOVES, 1/4J, Now 10£ d Children's Woven VESTS,' Now 9d, 1/-, :1/3 Ladies' Coloured Kid' GLOVES, 4/11, Now 1/11 Children's Woven COMB'S. ' '' ' Now 1/11 Ladies'. H.S. HANDKERCHIEFS, Mow 2/3 for £-doz. Children's Cream Woven BLOOMER^. 7/6. , Now 3/9.; Cream Lace INSERTION, 1/- per yard, Now 6d Ladies' White Woven VESTS, , From 11d each - Valancionce LACE, 2to 4-inch wide. Now 2d, 3d, and 6d per yd Ladies' White Muslin DRESSES, 5/11 eacfl Ladies 7 Coloured Silk TIES and Lace COLL rARSv 1/6, Now 1/ Ladies' bne-piece ROBES,' "' V " ■ Now 10/6 Ladies' Plain and Embroidered Linen COLLARSy 1/- per doz. Ladies' Ready-to-wear HATS, 17/6, Now' 2/11: v HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT. DRESS DEPARTME«T. I v -.. ' "r; 56-inch Dress TWEEDS for SKIRTS, "3/ft: —'- -■ Now 2f*J& 54-mcli Cream DAMASK^ 1/3, Now li£d 45-inch Dress TWEEDS for SKIRTS, 2/3, Now 1/VM 72-inclr White SHEETING, 1/6, Noitfi/- 25 ..Special PRESSES, no Iwo aHke, 29/6 1- For 17/«-^ 80-inch White SHEERING, 1/10, „ Now 1/4 45-inch Navy SERGE, Sale price 1/Tl, ,2/6, '" 2/11 " Stripe Turkish TOWELS, 1/-andl/1,. • " Now9dandf^d 27-inch Cream Jap. SILK for BLOUSES, Sale price 1/6, 1/11 Cotton SHIRTING, 7M . Now s|d 200 yards Coloured Jap. SILK, . ' Sale price 8d ' - Sateen CRETONNE, 1/-, , Now StS. • :" . Nursery FLANNELETTE, 6idi 7 • Now 5146 per doz. ' •. MERCERY' DEPARTMENT. • .-^ Roller TOWELLING, 7^d, * Now 6d 0 dozen Men's Tweed CAPS, 4/6, ■ Now 1/----27-inch TEA CLOTH, 7d, ' ' Now 5d 10 dozen Wide-e»d TIES, 1/9 to 2/6, '■ . Now 1/----40-inch Mercerised POPLIN, 2/- and 2/3, Now 1/6 Men's Strong Working TROUSERS, * Sale' price V/ 11 1 lot of Cotton DRESSES, ranging from 9d to 1/3, ... Now 6£d Men's White Tennis SHIRTS wi,th collars, Sale price 3/6 ■'■ Hoyles Fast Dye PRINT, ' Sale Price 6£d Men's Merino PANTS and SHIRTS, - ' Safe price 3/6 ' \ . ; .■REMNANTS. IM ALL DEPARTMENTS, LACES, EMBROIDERY, SHEETING, PRINTS, DRESS GOODS, ETC., ETC., TO Bt CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST.,

I A Smart Pair of BOOTS Always Attracts Attention. /\ I ' v]\ Tlio man who wears a*i ill-made, i fl^l. I \I \ shabby pair of Boots simply" nullifies ' AlZifl'i I lilA fc'l6 w^°^e ©Sect of his otherwise good ] y-M\s */^^ appearance, and stands revealed at \ "~ 'C JoL°i?/^wlJ' ■ once .as' absolutely lacking io tast« I'■ -bit I I/A I -^ Smart Pair of Boots, on the other. |/ / Jt/ff ' "land does much to atone for an ill— / I /§'// n Jv fitting suit—though here again the /■//'/ H*' "oatraet is inevitable. 1 - i ' A/ \ c oa° ou w^^ our i<^ea^ ■ n / /|y a ■ Boots and Shoes—stylish, durable, p,sv- / /'7 |L«a^^SwßM in fit, comfortable to wear, and TRADE HJiRX i[s^.Pff^^^[pilli(]oHiM:K"'. ! '£3 We have all the up-to-date St.vi.is >n footwear m ' Stock, f including the Swing Pug Toes, in Patent and Glase Leathers, from ■ 15/6, with our Discount Coupon- equal' to • 7\ per ( cent. Albert H. Sparrow, BOOT PALACE : : : s c : :::::: ASHBURTON.

„„„. —„. ■■ !■■—■■ ' ":^ :. j FURNITURE THAt ADDS Ms*'^fr'sP\ ' ■■ "- I TO THE CHARM OF X^W|| - I THE SUMMER" HOME. C3rS3SnKCT I What visions of' restful living €^^^^^^^^St { -^ rooms, comfortable Porches,, and Verandahs are conjured tip by a ?* .glance at TLNDEXLT/S collection Wfl'siSQc "'" , SEA CRASS FURNITURE, I^^^S^S^^ ' . splendidly made—not the old "EATTAN" you have been used K^BSBh^I "' P .' to—but the very latest in design 'jr -«t * ■ ' MALACCA CANE: FRAMES, H^^^^^^^g 'f \ recognised the world''over as wor '^^^^^^^^^^^P* ' " -'• I Here is a wonderful assemblage—from the little Itocker 'for the Porch to the luxurious easy chair or Wide Settee in rich Urown or cool Greea, for the ving-room or Hall. | Our Windows reflect many o the pieces. Come and view them to-day. j T. H. ONBRILI, & o; GENERAL FURNISHERS, ASMBURTOH. \

LAST WEEK —of— SALE, Beductions all round to clear Goods befose the workioen start on Monday, next. - O. J CHIVERS, . (Opposite Railway Station), 4SHBURTON. — .q 1 ■ NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY. LTD. (Established 1859). CAPITAL ... ... £1,500,000. PREMIER AND WEALTHIEST a COLONIAL COMPANY. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS j ALSO RISKS ON GROWING CROPS, WOOL. THRESHING MACHINES, Eto., 'ACCEPTED AT LOWEST CURRENI RATES. LUB STOCK INSURANCE, inoiud lnß FOALING RISKS, Eto. NICOLL BROS., AGENTS,

GAR PAINTJNC"AVING moved into ray New Mo-tor-Car and Carriage Painting ; V :fcs, specially designed and one of the met up-to-dato Paint Shops -in ' Canterbury, 1 am fully equipped f or Painhiig Motor Cars and all -Classes of Vehicles at shortest notice. My works'- ; are dust and fire-proof, with a separate ' Varnisb Room. ... , Large Stocks of. Motor Car Enameb---' and Varnishes always on hand. • ' E. LITHGOW, ASHBURTON MOTOR CAR ANl> CARRIAGE PAINTING WORKS/ (Right Opposite Hy. Stephenson, Auctioneer), ■; HAVELOOK STRESS. SUIT CASES. ?VyE STOCK THESE DESIRABLB SUIT OASES IN VARIOUS SIZBB AND QUALITIES :J Price*. -Compressed Fibre, Green «r. Brown 16s 6d, 18s 6d, 22s 6d. ",*'''' i ——. *-.i^

jr —wiini,,,!!!, , mam i—wiii^mi—i^M^—— .ii.iißii—p ii iii i » iin iiiii i ""V SE'-~ OUR SHOW OF ROYAL DOULTON WaSE AND FANCY AND ARTISTIC CHINA. Finest English China TEA SETS from 14/6 NUMEROUS PATTERNS JJST UnaNJIB SETS To , - . SELECT PROM. 54 Piece Dinner Set. Mazarine Blue Band, oss. . 54 Piece Dinner Set, Mazarine Olive Creen banu 655. Other 'Patterns from 20s. to 955. Manchester Bros., THE RELIABLE STORES, SAT7NDERS' BUILDINGS, ASHBTTRTOJST. ' it|| f[f 't^, m^m.—aßUßga^^m>«^m^Jm^JMU^-^^^

GINGER "Wine Essence should be, used in every home. The carmi- ! native properties of ginger help to pre- \ vent summer diarrhoea. Is a bottle. — i Bonnin^n^VT?han« -■>'?- 1 *\

i A LARM Clocks for the heavy sleeper j £"&. and early riser from 5s 6d, Peep ! o' Day 8s 6d. The famous "Big Ben," i King of Alarm Clocks, at 12s 6(l.—At ! John Orr und Co.'s East Street" i Store. 1 76

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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