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.WANTED. WANTED. "OOR a Client, one 4-HORSE TEAM ' ■*- with HARNESS; also D: F. PLOUGH and TACKLE. Apply 2 929 . H. A. LlsyD. , WANTED— Reliable "Man, with General Knowledge Butchering, for Delivery Cart.—Apply A. Wilkie, Butcher. - • , r 2 314 ALL* Patterns Sizes at Scott's and Hepburn's Ranges in stock. Special Discounts given, making, it possible to purchase from us at. a lower! rate than you could in Christchurch. We also pay rail and delivery charges.—John Orr and C 0... East Street. ' 1 76 MITCK.ELI, mid Turner are Clearing aii bummer Millinery at Ealf-Price. 1 00 A NICE Silver Anmnted Pipe frcir 2s 6d voiiiil make a suitabk Xinas Gift. .Pen.:;* .'-as the Best Selec tion. mEA.—Tea.—Try a !b. of our Is 3d JL Tea. The besi value in Ashburton; equal to what some Grocers sell at Is Bd.—Dux ton and 'Jhoinas METAL Meat Safes—ke»p the Flies away. Very .durable and indispensable to every home—los 6d, 12s 6d, 15s 6d, 17s 6d.—At John Or and C'o.'s East Street Store. 1 76 (^i INGER Wine Essence.—A delicious \JT summer beverage, non-intoxicat-ing. Is a bottle at Bonnington's Pharmacy. 1 41 mWO Hundred and 400 Gallon Iron JL Tanks, both Galvanised and Painted kinds for Sale.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 f^i INGER Wine Essence.—A good, v3T wholesome bavcrage... One bott 1? makes is gailou and a iialf of delicious. Syrup. Is a bottle at Bonnington's Pharmacy. 1 411 END-OF-SEASON Cut in Lawn ; Mowers. The ever-ready 12in. at 19s 6d, 14in. at 22s 6d, Gem 12in. at 30s, 14in. at% 32s 6d.—At John Orr and l Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 SCHOOL Books, Bags, and all School Requisites. Shop Opens, at 8 a.m. for week commencing February 2, 1914.' H. M. JONES, | ' Educational Bookseller. , WANTED Known—lf you are need- 1 ing a good, serviceable, Secondhand Cycle, we can fit you up right now. Come early,^we have a.good; as- 1 | sortment to select from. £1 upwards. Also 3 good Ladies' Cycles to suit girls of from 12 years.—Osman and Co., Burnett Street. 1 40 PLUMBING. WHY do without up-to-date Conveniences. Easy obtained and easy payments. Ring or call for advice. G. /H: NICHOLLS, CERTIFICATED PLUMBER, 'Phone 142. Tancred Street/ SECOND-HAND Cycles—thoroughly overhauled and in..first-class order. Good serviceable Machines from £3 10s, deposits from £I.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 HAIR Nets.—Another lot of the small meshed, long-wearing Hair Nets, just Arrived at Percy's. WIDE MOUTH Earthenware Jars ■ for Pickles and Butter Crocks, 20, 30, and 401b. From 2s 6d to 7s 6d each.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 ' i SUMMER Neuralgia, —Instant relief of the distressing iiilment obtained [by taking , Bonnington's Neuralgia Remedy. Is 6d a bottle.—Bonnington's Pharmacy: 1 41 j ALUMINUM, Brass, and Enamelled j .£1 Preserving Pans; good durable! articles. From 7s to 25s.—At John Orr and Co.'s ,East, Street Store. _ 1 76 (■ .. ■• ; •■ - . I •( ' :'• ' ■■'..'' '" ■; ■ ■ \TJ7ANTED— Ijadtes. to cau and in-' VV spect the new Raleigh and Hollis Cycles just landed by Oshian and Co Both thefse machines are beautifully j finished and lined in red and gold, and fitted with Eadie Coaster or Freewheel to suit buyers, at Osman and Co.. Burnett Street. 1 40 O. INGER Wine Essence.-—A goodj wholo:-omc and refrre^hin^ drink for either table or har\ e^t field, is a bottle.—JJonnington's Pharmacy. 141' WARM Weather Requirements.— Bloggs's Crushed Fruit Syrups, Orange, Lemon, etc. Usual price Is 3d per bottle, clearing price 6d per bottle, 5s 6d per dozen. Lemon Juice, usual price Is 6d per bottle, clearing price 9d per bottle." Dyson's Lemon Squash Is per bottle, Guaranteed Ship's Lime Juice Is ,per bottle, Price's Ginger Wine Essence. lOd per bottle, to make from 6 to 8 bottles of delicious Ginger Wine. FLETCHER BROS.' 1 53 Cash Supply Stores. WE have installed the best electrically driven Lawn Mower Sharpener it is possible to procure, and our equipment is now unexcelled in New Zealand. Work is finished absolutely satisfactorily, and we are able to sharper Horse Mowers up to 4 feet wide.— A\ John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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