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t BUSINESS NOTICES. : FLOOR COVERINGS. <■ ' BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS AND EFFECTS. LOW PRICES. ALL LINOLEUM OR OILCLOTH LAJD FREE OF CHARGE. U]-\U'-<3 H3riswo§^ Qua^v Id'ne afc 4s 9d per yard. & i W'^&l .r^fll^is© -^ Qua'^y I'-ine 3t 4s 9d per yard. K4L^,H%S WfsMMss< 2nd Q»alit.y Ll'ne at 4s 3d per yard. * n^'iMiirT^ LlHv^i^f^ 3rC* Quau'*y at 3s 9d per yard. S~^S^-^^^®S%^^^ D FLOOIIOLOTH at 2s 6d and 2s ilt^^WS^^^^'^B^B^Wl sim- I>asßage Cloth at 2s 6d and i ' 2s 9d per yard. fjiC^^'^\^ i"^'^!^^^M/^^^ i' ism' Passage Ciotll a* 2s 9d per 36in" rassa Se Cloth afc 2s 9d per '; f^~'^E%^^}^os^^^^^^^ Carpet Squares at Low Prices. Fwfe^OT'WW CARPEi RUNNcRS. lil^Ml|^^^^^^;'l^P® 38in. Wide at 2s and 2s 3d per yard r'iStSg^B^^SO^^JSffi^H 22Sin. Wide at 2s 3d, 2s 6d, 2s 9d, |4fP«&V?&«6 and 3s .per yard. ' M^»fi^^/^^^^P 27in> wide at 3s> 3s 9dj 4s 9d per l^s^B^^^^o§^K^^S JUTE RUNNERS at Bd, '10d, lid [I;■*^l-adiesg? gehtlemcensS.^^sJlV Jr^^i ' >J^ COMPLETE OUTFITTERS.'^ ---^Ss^*^ ..h \ i " HALMA'S~STUDIO, SAOTDERS' BUILDINGS ONLY. FOE THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY. CABINET PHOTOS from 9/- per dozenl 3>EST BROMIDE from 17/- per dozen .Usual price 25/Mso, ONE DOZEN CABINETS, with Framed ' Enlargements complete 17/6 I."""'"'" 08, UNE DOZEN CABINETS, latest styles in mounting, best finish, with Enlargement framed, com- \ plete 25/- ---" FAMILY GROUPS, full size pictures, from ... 21/- per dozen -T| -ip" Or™ F™^/""\ 3SV n~O "Will interest yon if you are thinking I JntlOt." rUIN I O of. buying a Moior Car. . . Many cars art built cheaply in order to meet a popular demand for cheapness. . . - . • \aChe' " OVERLAND " car is also born of necessity., hut in a rather different sens© The" Overland " is built to moot the demand for Hsiiabliity, Comfort, and Covenienoc. RELIABILITY is feature! in every piece of Mechanism in tho "(Jverlaud," •from the' powerful, silent-running engiio down to the door hingps. COMFORT is fouid in the luxurious, deep-seated body and 1 in the soft, springy upholstering which renders a trip on - the roughest rout? a joy rids na a track of glass. CONVENIENCE is iound in the Electric Self-starter, which does *way with the old-fashioned cranking, and in tJ.e brilliant electric lights, which, . % . Whether the car is standing or running may lie switched on and oS by simpiy burning" a knob. WEBBER AND SM! LV, LTD., AGENTS. 'TxntHbe satisfied , #ITH AN OLD FASHIONED OUT-OF-DATE MOTOR CAS. YOU MAY CTJBT AS WELL BE UP-TO-DATE. . . •, \ The new model "Overland" Electric is a Modern Car in every feature. The "Overland" Electric Starter and lighting system 13 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. ifou can buy cheaper cars, but in the " Overland" Electric at £385 complete you got something that you cannot get in any obher car at any prico. Be up-to-dato and buy the Up-to-Dato " OVERLAND." WEBBER AND: SMILY, LTD,, .%C£HTfc- j (Published Annually) V_ ■'' fin m «ibhw &*k«B^ as E „.._.,._..- rr ,,7T7Ti- r- c. 4i i i your eye on that cut or braise lest it Cables tuadmiß throughout * J „,, „■ the Word to comu.iirijo6.«i-ui.'«ot take bad ways ! You can avoid the risk /■ ; w'th Enplisli of blood-poisoning by cleansing and '""■■■ -MANUFACTURERS * OKAIJEII3 .' healing'the' wound at oncb ivith in eacb olaso -if He-siufß hb-.v.Q ■ & campl^lo cori.nioroi.'ii v;iii'.ie to Lurtiiui &&%&%£s? "§i •••nd'its Buhm-bstiio- Dir^-t.-i.v f.opt&i?i* SB% ¥^%liils fs\ BXVORT'TIKItCJfANTR. £0 with the Ko.idft they «1,, p. 'r.uil *i> M?*Wos<Mtf^^s^so^W -Colonial ar^d I'V.iojj-j. V.*r\i*'..* i».^ g^^^^^^^^^^^k^ PiiOVl.N-CiAI^TOA'hJt NCITJCBK ' hh .P°7% ful f clpnnßtir. ail, d .*? eale\ r Of lesdirn; >. >J^n-V,..,.-.t« is .ntirey free from Mininttloiisand . «tc., in t'iio principal p>"<>' J-'icifii nr.'/u "its and mineral irritants: herice' •ad iadudtriiii cir.im< <>t Ijj- Vivi**-:- ie« superiority. Be sure you alKintJ«i«>ni v,'i\ya yer, Zaii'i Puk and keep it •A copy of the curr«iii wimon f;v \-* J r advertise in puts Jn..-(. f'H STEAMBHIP U N f .- l ~ -■»rrang«d under tha i't/iao ?>j - >..•■.. ir<.-. I _ r „,,,, , *«il ,»nd indioa- u jug the win ...«.:■>.». j" » ■; " •';"> I rew-'"iR Jars, at Clcars&ihnvfi' ?J" ™Z "-'i-ices.—Epson's Jars, Pints 3s _ZT •' 9d. Quarts 4s Cd, Half Gallons 5s lid. THE LGNDttN DIRECTORY GO.. ?u^, M™}} 1 ,?*?*>> p;p- l! 14s Cd, Quarts tVO us Gtl» liiljl Gallons Gs Od. Spring Top 4S Abc^^h L o na, London. 6.C. fe'^X* £.«£■#£•& 2s lid. Tiu Top Jelly Jars 2s and 2s 9d. sity on every farm, si.jjliio. and dairy.— F],FTPT4J?p -Rpri«3' John Orr and Co., ha. fc SLrcot. 1/G CASH SUPPLY STOICS. SLUGGISH Liver, cauMng head- — . aches, indigestion, flatulence and TpOWL GRTTS.—Ovttor and Sea drowsiness quickly di.sporsod by taking |^ yi Hn h -.Jf " i',. ■„',;';' r _- t a bottle of our LiTer Tonic, 2s 6d v iW bottle.—Bonningt<m's>P.hannacy, j Thomas Bros. 4"<"*" lcs>

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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