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BUSINESS NOTICES TURTILL •■■ . AND - ■ .' .'. . ..;: HIS MANY CUSTOMERS. • V . .TheseTyes-l i JIV owing .Vthei it' ■/*/ I■■of .:RubbeV;#. ■ ■■■:.■■//' ■I' and Fabric 1 ■ .//■ ■I .used in'their 1 • / / H construction... ■ I://: I easily give the » 17/ I For Wear, § ■■/•/■ . I Comfort....' I msr- I Speed.and ft I \ I iW¥%§ ■ '&\ Jml Beware of Imitations. « « %yjmi ■•''<■ *■ • ■•. ■ feW OUNLOP RUBBER CO. ,Mj TURTILL Is not a Professional. Salesman, but A Thoroughly-trained Cycle Mechanic. ■ therearenobetter ; WU 1 -quality-gr; better- p '1., wearing Tyres m 1 f DUNtOPb 1 •;■ .T-KjLiJ,: mf-: 1 You can always rely.l h i oh; a big mUeage and 1U 1; continual 'satisfaction || -.. ft by using- these reliable » M |Tyres,;which, can bep I obtained from, anyUti*. I :;; ; Cyde Agent . M 1 ■■■■■ ■■■■* * * fii H DON'T ACCEPT an IMITATION W f II -have THE BEST, they bear this || U • TRADE [j^\ MARX C^^*" M~:^P *ifci\\DUNLo? RUBBER CO. Ss| rf© K ™™||§ife '*"• states ' JMpijiWr,:,. " TURTILL AND DUNLOP Save the Cycling Public r'■ £ a/ ..'..■.■.,■•:'. ['■■■■ . . ■ |T[ j?\ ■ ,-?"■■' When " played out" In the game of life, Take a cup of .RAVEN TEA ABSOLUTELY PURE Ifc is securely packed in aroiria-proof Trackages in our own factor)', and, until opened in your home, has no ch<ancc of being adulterated or ol coming in contact -with dust, dirt germs or unclean, hands. A Tea with a Reputation.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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