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TANGO RECORDS. Yango Teas — Tango Parties —Tantgo Frocks— Tango Everything! Such is the rage. Here are the first COLUMBIA TANGO ECORDS — Brilliant — Sparkling— played for dancing purposes. Hear them and you'll get the Tango fever,, COLUMBIA—RENA Double-sided TANGO RECORDS From 3/6. THEY WEAR TWICE AS LONG., . ______ ■ i .ask your local dealer, or apply at CHIVERS & CO., ■ MUSIC SPECIALISTS, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH.

KEROL, ! THE GERM KILLER. Twenty-four times the strength of pure Carbolic Acid, yet nonpoisonous and non-corrosive. Absolute protection against disease and sickness: An Excellent Cleanser. Pleasant in the Bath. ... Wanted in the Home, Farm, . . . : -Stable,, Poultry Yard, etc. i-Gallon at 4s. 1-Ga!lon at 7s 6d. i JOHN ORR AND CO.'S EAST STREET STORE, 'Phone 42. ■ THE CLEANEST PAINTER IN TOWN. I QUOTE for all Kinds t Work.— Sign Writing, House Painting, and Docorating, Graining, Paperhanging, Picture Framing, etc. The Latest Wall Papers, Picture Vfouldings, and Stencils to choose from. Wo H. ALEN, TRIANGLE (One Minute from Post Office).

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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