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<«USrtfE5S NOTICES. j SPECIAL REDUCTION je^T I SHOES, BEFORE WE OPEN OUR JaaHDH^Ht GENTS' BOTS, really good .lilies, originally 12s 6d and 13s 6d, now 10s 6cf GENTS' EVENING SHOES from 6s 6d to lls 6d. : LEATHER SLIPPERS (Heal Leather) 5s 6d to 7s 6d. ■■; LkDlES''2os BOTS now Rttdiiced to lls 6d. '' " •■■ Size No. 6 Boots, excellent vahie, only 6s lid. : LADIES' LEATHER SLIPPERS, only a" few sizes left in this sterling line, ? now .at 3s lid. ' °. . f LADIES' EVENING SHOES—a .fine range—now 3s 6d to 10s 6d. i. LADIES' WALKING SHOES—A Line we have sold in great quantities, •now only .4s lid. • LADIES' HOUSE SHOES—very serviceable and strong—from 5s 6d to 9s. CHILDREN'S SHOES—A Good Range at 9d. 2 Special Ranges at Is lid. Our Ss 6d line—sizes 5 to 13. now only - 4s lid. FELT SLIPPERS for Everybody, from 6d to 6s per pair. LOOK IN THE WINDOW FOR SPECIAL DISPLAY. SPECIAL CUT IX BOYS' SUITS, 10s tfcI—GREAT VALUE 10s 6d. -" [IJJ^L^yDIES G? CENTLEI VIENS':?* V»^L J*W IfifTCOMPLETE OUTFITTERS.' '>* „ HALMA'S STUDId ~~ SATJNDEES' BUILDINGS ONLY, - rOR THE MONTH. OF FEBRUARY. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY. ■CABINET PHOTOS from ... 9/- per dozen ..BEST, BROMIDE from ... ... ... ... ... 17/- per dozen , M Usual price 25/----ilso, ONE DOZEN CABINETS, with Framed , Enlargements complete .... ... .... ...... 17/6 ' :.. ■■■■■■ 1 . ' ' ' ;- .-OR- • ' ' •' ; ONE DOZEN CABINETS, latest styles in mounting, best finish, with Enlargement framed, complete 25/FAMILY GROUPS, full size pictures, from ... 21/- per dozen k —: ■ -—* "-T-ii FT OCT tDf*\ li\B T" CT* interest you if you are thinking IlliHw LL j i wI I bO of buying a Motor Car. . . Many cars »r« built cheapiy m ordeY to moot a popular demand for cheapness {The "OVERLAND" car is also bom of necessity, but, in a rather different tense The" Overland " i& built to meet the demand for Reliability, Comfort, and Coy*. ' RELtABSI yTY is'feature^>:"> -every piece of Mechanism in the "Overland,"' £rom the -.po/erful, silent-runnin fe engine down to the door hinges. COMFOF T is fouid in the luxurious, deep-seated body and in the soft, Springy v' nolstering which, rendeis a trip on the roughest road & joy ride cm a tra' i' of glass. CON.V -NIENCE is found in the Electric Self-starter, which does away with fche old ashioned cranking, and in the brilliant electric lights, which, . . . .whether the car is standing or running may be switched on and off by simply turning a knob. \ WEBBER AND S^S? LV, LTD., AGENTS. *OONT~BE SATISFIED WITH AN OLD FASHIONED OUT-OF-DATE MOTOR CAR. YOU MAY "^ST AS WELL BE UP-TO-DATE. . . '. The new model "Overland" Electric is a Modern Car in every feature. " The "Overland" Electric Starter and lighting system is absolutely reliable aud is not obtainable on any other car. The new 30-horse " Overland" is the lightest car on the marketembracing every modern improvement in motor car construction. fou can buy cheaper cars, but in the " Overland " Electric at £385 complete you get something that you cannot get m any other T car at any price. Bo up-to-date and buy -the Up'to-Date. " OVERLAND." - WEBBER AMD SMiLY, LTD., SCENTS. (AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL •-. PROVIDENT SOCIETY. IiTHE LARGEST MUTUAL OFFSCE EN THE BRITISH EMPIRE. "RESULTS FROM SIXTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT. .ACCUMULATED FUNDS, over ' ... ... £30,000,000 ■/.■■. ■ ANNUAL INCOME, nearly ... £4,000,000. NEW BUSINESS, 1912 (Ordinary) exceeds .... £7,000.000 NEW BUSINESS, 1912.(Industrial) exceeds ... £1,000,000 IN FORCE (Ordinary Department), 274,418, assuring over £92,000,000 (including Bonus Additions). , 'POLICIES IN FORCE (Industrial Department), 90,481. assuring '. ■■. £3,0§3,687..;/ ■■;.: ;v .. , ; TOTAL CASH PROFITS DIVIDED, £17,790,073. - , . •rA^H-PROFITS DIVIDED FOR ONE YEAR (1912), £936,971, providing REVERSIONARY ADDITIONS of £1,640,000. Society now issues EVERY DESIRABLE FOBM Or^POLICY--ORDINARY or INDUSTRIAL-for any amount from £5 to £10,000. DIRECTORS'OF THE NEW ZEALAND BRANCH: teflon i'C. J. Johnston, M.L.C. (Chairman); A de B Brandon, Esq. (Deputy^Chairman); Jolni Duncan, Esq.; Joseph Joseph, Esq.; and 11 Harold Beauchamp, Esq. •Vow Zealand Brand,, . ■ EDWARD W LOWE, ' Customhouse Quay, AVellingoon. Resident Secretary. 'Christclrarch District Office, G. F. FRANCIS, clthedral Square, Christchurch. District Secretary.

RTUST Landed.--A Cmisiframont of j tl Peak Frean's Biscuits in the fol- ! lowing varieties:—Pat-a-Cal«.>, Short-. cake, Golden Puff, Royal Puff, Clotted ' Cream, Teddy Bear, Lemon Puff Cream, Sailor Kins;, Health, tfilliken, Breakfast, Cafe Noir, Grand Beurrc, Rivolh, Savoy, Macaroons Small, Rusks, and Is 6d tin Special Afternoon Tea.—Buston .and Thomas, Triangle Stores.

HEAVY Metal Veterinary Syringes, at 7s 6d each. No owiier of stock should be without one—a necessity on every farm, stable, and dairy.— John Orr and Co., East Street.- 1 76 BONNINGTON'S 'Liver Tonic is efficacious'in all Liver Complaints — cleanses the system, and makes life worth living. 2s 6d a bottle.—Bonningtoa's Pharmacy.' 1 41

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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