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business notices: _^Md_iMi^—lll ■hum mini ■! mi r ~~rrrmT —i — ""' —m—wn———i inimwii _ I FLOOR COVERINGS. V BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS AND EFFECTS. 8 II LOW PRICES. ALL LINOLEUM OR OILCLOTH LAID FREE OF CHARGE. ?"^'3L~»' dßfflz^ Qll^l'^ Line at 4s 9d per yard. ; '^^jl^ prtf ! R»«|k& E Quality Line at 4s 9d per yard. i ■»■=•''< I-f 2 Ki^P 2n(^ Qua^*y Line at 4s 3d per yard. i(fss. i>6 &L~ I /s?^^^ 3rc* Quality Line at 3s 9d per yard. ffi S WiSilS^iQ Wm® D FLOORCLOTH at 2s 6d and 2s ■ MSi SIII*#^M#I £5 8 SSB 2s 9d per yard. C'P'iSPl!SW'^^wHi lw 4Gin- Passa Se Cloth at 2s 9d.per ■ yj^ 4 rVmvW'''w''%'ty''\'%'*M vR Pw^ yard. ' ' J>® SSW^^4W<^ f O^ fSP 36in' Passage Cloth at 2s 9d Per ! ['I $llssip7ssk I v i Carpet Squares at Low Prices. i ■ PARPET RUNNERS 14©®^^^^^^^^'! I ISm- Wide at 2s and 2s 3d per yard y^^M^^^^o^^^^^s stjte runners at T sd-iod'ud Jl i - ES "£?' OFJMTLIiiyiENS - J^* 'pX^ COMPLETE' OUTFITTERS." ■ ■ HALMA'S STUDIO, ' : SAUSTDERS' BUILDINGS ONLY. . . FOE THE MONTH" OF FEBRUARY.. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN" PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY. ■ CABINET PHOTOS from , 9/- per dozen JJEST BROMIDE from 17/- per dozen' Usual price 25/----ilso, ONE DOZEN CABINETS, witli Framed Enlargements complete 17/6 OE ONE DOZEN QABINETS, latest styles in mount- * ing, best finisli, with Enlargement framed, coni-, plete J25/FAMILY GROUPS, full size pictures, from ... 21/- per dozen ; _ . . L_ j •-pj IP" O C D/""\ \ i\S"^ l"*O ,W'^ iutorolßt you if you are thinking I p"J t,OCl^ rUi V*& I O uf buying a Motor Car. . . Many ears built cheaply in order to meet a y<>i»ii»i <jt>iuuiiti tor cheapness. .... B'bi« " OVERLAND " car is also born of necessity, but in a rather different (|onse The" Overland" is buili to meet the demand for KeNabliity, vCotitfort, ami Covenience. RELIABILITY is featured in erery piece of Mechanism iii the "Overland," srom the powerful, silent-running engine down to the door hinges. COMFORT is fouid in the luxurious, deep-seated body and in the soft, Springy 'upholstering which renders a trip on the roughest road a joy ride pn a track ,oi glass. CONVENIENCE is found in the Electric Self-starter, which does away with the old-fashioned cranking, and in the brilliant elactric lights, which, . . . ■iwhether the car is standing or running may be switched on and off by simply turning a knob. , WEBBER AND SMBLY, LTD., AGENTS. ISoN'TiBE SATISFIED " WITH. AN OLD FASHIONED OUT-OF-DATE MOTOR CAR. i'OU MAY PVBT AS WELL BE UP-TO-DATE. . . The new model " Overland" Electric is a. Modern Car in every feature. i The "Overland" Electric Starter and lighting system is abso- , lately reliable and is not obtainable on any other cay. The new 30-horse " Overland " is the lightest car on the marketembracing every modern improvement in motor car construction. Ifou can buy cheaper cars.. bj.t in the " Overland" # Electric at ;, £385 complete you pel, ?omotuing that you cannot get in any other car at any price. ? Ba up-to-date and buy the Up-to-SaJa " OVERLAND." WEBBER AMD SMILY, LTD., THE * " ■;■ LONDON DIRECTORY THE MARK OF ' r ihwwh 75YtARSREPUlATION ENABLES TRADERS throughout A the Word to. communicate direct k Emm^ ! 1 - with English "' _ M^F MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS . M^ Sn each class' of goods. Besides being J ■» complete commercial guide to Londou J "»nd itß suburbs the Directory contame . ■ lists <jf , ' ' Km* With the goods they ship, &G(5 ih. /V » Joor *^i^\^^ ■ lOoloiiial and _ Foreigu Market* *h^ ffyCCdfiflO#o V^T* ; PROVINCIAL YRkIV/L NOTiCKS „, ..I^**^"^-^?^^ |bf leading .Mte|uii"ai.'tni>4 5, .\icri;u.r.u , * ■etc., in trie jJimcipa! ].a-\i:u',</. \--»- _ •nd induwt/riaJ i-enrrta i>> - *"• -• ' ""■ ® . ,- THE LONDON DIRECTOR? CO., JB *^ LTD., "' ■ j ¥pm Xr 1 "is^r ! lAbHiiArrd -stock should bo T,vifch<in(. one—a neces- } . l sity on cv.cry fnrm, stable, and dairy.—j ■■■■■■■■■■ j ■ John Orr and Co., East Street. J /G , | —— — ~ I THE Purest Spirit SLUGGISH Liver, causing head-1 ■ - «|-|JP U/^ni r% aches, indigestion, flatulence and \Jft lint WUKLL/ 'drowsiness quickly dispersed by taking - "" a bottle of our Liver Tonic, 2s 6d a j %>ttle.— Bonningtou's Phaumacy. i 1 , uji.him.wiwuji i '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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