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.•■•■.■■ BUSINESS NOTICES, 1 I™" I A I F*"l^ ! "™"* s""**!i 3 5 /"""'' T" 5 IV I I vj p? J-. f IA B r-T f~"i '*" ?■!•» I ICj l\l <&@ jmm®&Wi I wP *— wIA L- d t Lm, L>s wvw I 5 v/.I M %Sls|iw^ppijs^ i IN PRICES OF BOOTS AND . *$aßafinMg^ I I SHOES,BEFORE WE OPEN OUR .' : y >s^^^^^S J ' .GENTS'. BOTS, really good lines, .a 12s 6d and 13s 6d, now 10s 6d I GENTS' EVENING SHOES from fe 6d lo 11s 6d. | LEATHER. SLIPPERS (Real Leather) oV6d.to 7s 6d. J IiADIES'JOs BOTS now Reduced to 11s 6d. ;| " Size No. 6 .Boots, excellent value, only 6s lid. J LADIES' LEATHER SLIPPERS, only a few sizes left in this sterling line 'I *£*iidw. at 3s lid. ■ ' -J "LADIEg 1/EVENING SHOES—a fine range—now 3s 6d to 10s 6d. •| LADIES' WALKING SHOES—A Line we have sold in great quantities, i|,i, now only 4s lid. ■ ... • . >■ I LADIES' HOUSE, SHOES—very serviceable and strong—from 5s 6d to 9s. 5| CHILDREN'S=■ SHOES—A good Range at 9d. | ■ .if." ■■ 2-Special'■ Ranges at';']s= lid. Our S3 6d line—sizes 5 to 13, now only ' H-:' 4s lid. . . ':' .. . •..,-..■ „.''■".-•■, ' ■ ■ ;J -FELT SLIPPERS for Everybody, from 6d to 6s per pair. I' • „.-' .■- LOOK ~\U THE WINDOW FOR .SPECIAL-..DISPLAY,". ' ■• . J ' : SPECIAL cUT IN BOY S': SUITS, 10s 6d—GREAT ■P\ ■.:;-.. '.;. , . - XALU"33.;_ .., ..-. 10s 6d. ■ ■■". JgP-tCOMPLETE OUTFITTERS.^ • ■■.': ~" HALMA'S^TUDIG, ~~ SATJNDEES 3 BTJILDINGS ONLY. FOE THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY. CABINET PHOTOS from 9/- per dozen .BEST BROMIDE from 17/- per dozen Usual price 25/Also, ONE DOZEN CABINETS, with Framed Enlargements complete 17/6 OR - rjNE DOZEN CABINETS, latest styles in mounting, best finish, with Enlargement framed, com- ! plete ' :.. •..' .- 25/FAMILY GROUPS, full size pictures, 'from ... 21/- per dozen •"TM iror r^f"\ I ?\I"T"C% ' Will interest you if you are thinking I H lLOl!^ rUIIM I O of buying a Motor Car. . . Many cars •an built cheaply in order ; to rneot a popular demand for cheapness EChe " OVERLAND " car is also born of necessity, but in a rather different sanse. .... The" Overland " is built to meet the demand for Reliability, Comfort, and Covercfencc. RELIABILITY is featured in every piece of Mechanism in the "Overland," •Ixom the powerful, silent-running engine down to the door hinges. COMFORT is foui:d in the luxurious, deep-seated body and iv the soft, -ispringy upholstering which renders a trip on the roughest road a joy ride •<nn ft track of glass. CONVENIENCE is found in the Electric Self-starter, which does away with old-fashioned cranking, and in ;the brilliant electric lights, wh^>. • •/whether the car is standing or running may be switched on and off by simply turning a knob. -' ,i WEBBER AMD S&fSBLY, LTD., AGENTS. :"^oiPTBi^ATiSFi ED : .: With an old fashioned out-of-date motor car. you may /=»fst as well be up-to-date. . . The new model " Overland" Electric ia a Modern Car in every ■.■.■■■■.■-.', feature. / ■ ■. ■ ' ■,■;..' C -■ The "Overland" Electric Starter and lighting system is absolutely reliable and is not obtainable on any other car. The new 30-horse " Overland" is the lightest car on the market— J ' embracing,every" modern-improvement in motor car construction. v You can buy cheaper cars, but in the "Overland" Electric^at £385 complete you get something, that you cannot get many other , ■■■'•'■■:! ; ' car a;t any price. ■ • '■■ ■: '■ -' -■■ ■,: -' ; . ,-_ .' '• ■.-.'. i . : -Be up-to-date 2nd fcay'tSio Up-to-Dato " OYERLAMO." WEBBER AMD SMILY, LTD., AGENTS. DIRECTORY 'V '. J^- -^^felPV I ••"' '■/■.••'. (Published Annually) , :; t(^\tf^(\ V^'r^j^^^^ '^' <JfciNABLBS TRADERS throughout l|!!'^Mffe^^^S 'C : "JCi the Word; to communicate direct _Mi Mii^^mß^^MS^^^^^ 1?': MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS "' \\ I y^AILTs, :': .'an each class of goods. Besides being ■ / fV^ -"< >'* complete c.o'mtneTcial umde to Ijouiloh I, I EMS. I (and its suburb6>h« Directory coutsuaa i ..-» /A ( \ / ' ' ■ lists of / f'U \ 1 ■'■ '--EXPORT MERCHANTS, {''""' I l\ \ /> V with the goods they chip, and th* .!..„, // '\ \ {. J Colonial and Foreign Martote .%i<w . y ;;.y **'jJw ' PROVINCIAL T7IADE -XOTiCEftJ ' V\ g^ ■■ bf-. leading-.\i«:i'»-fus«)»»T" l .Morcriwiu °'>'.\'.\::y, ... A e/1:t... ' y ;>" ■■■.'■■ «to., in tKe.ife»f»wt»s.! l i'TOVUl'' l'l',^ (>st-i; ■ <Jv.l^' ■■ ' fSESaE^fc ' • ttHd'-iudwitriai tvunm-,>.>t: tdi% , ■..■vmu*. ■ , -... . , ■ j^".» "^ - tA,oopy'.of-'tit^'c.iifr««''-«''-|tl<>l!l <?)i! ■'* '.. ■-.- v .., ". ... \tol^|k^ X-.-SDeslefe ''seeking AgrnOi<••*■■' t-»a t.yi;^n^ .-, ■■-„. ' : . : ■ STEAMSHIP LlNito In ■ tive^amc^ of life, arranged undor tb d Fi,rt,« v, . .^.? . : Take a cup ol ■■ ■ the London Rectory co. ( absolutes pure LTD,, It is securely packed m aroma-prool jAckages in our own factory, and, 25 Abc*»upch Lane, London, E.G. until opened in your home, has no , ' -•-■• :- ' ™_» ~~ chance of being adultnrated or of , ' . coining in contact with dust, dirt WE have installed the nest electric- • germs or unclean Hands, ally driven Lawn -Mower Shar- A Tea with a »eput*««n. pener.it is possible to procure, and our equipment is now unexcelled in New _ * mm q —_^ 'tms» <& Zealand-.-Work is finished ■ absolntoly £1^ M|i (J Bf |:\| ' » XKbM satisfactorily, and we are able to sharpy k « jk H |» »g i™«« Horse.- Mowers up to 4 'feet wide.—At [■, ,<-, hJJ J H [3 W «|^^k BUY your New Razor from Percy l:?f ,f s/ «/ *y He guarantees what lio sells, and |'| |?g J'jJ |'jQ f*- J)^^ Prices Moderate. Id . •**. W

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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