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BUSINESS NOTICES. TURTILL AND HIS MANY CUSTOMERS. ■■ ■'■ Jmk owing. to the « m .if% high quality f| ; H // m -°{ Rubber 1 • m f I I "and "Fabric M '■ //■ .I -«^d intheir-l m II ■! Construction...* ■ //■■■■ 1 1 «,// 1 -B fe ,*,Servi C e. 1 ; •// /. J .^Wear, : | ; ; It// I Comfort....- 1 : I Ityrel ft #*■*?***■*■ I ■I- ml Beware of Imitations. f| , ■lyf/ ■■.-,' .:,. m.-m.;,..- . M ] «%W DUNLOP.RUBBER/.C0.,»; : SvwjY Xjjj// i-ijjf^ ALL STATES fie N*Z* vwJw t TU RTILt J -![£ Ho^ $ Professional Salesman^ ~." .■ .. •. but---■.■■;-; ' ''.I;, A Thoroughly-trained Cycle | > , Mechanic. \ < ;| REST ASSURED Wf ' til: > there are no better: ',W^,. * I quality-or better-. 1^ : H 'wearing Tyres m: i| y- ' I the World-than... :| % k You can always relyi|l/y- 1 I on a big mileage and || \ j 1' continual satisfaction ||^ || by using these,reliable || J| || Tyres, ; which : .'can be m^ff^ II obtained 'from any M%II . *..♦..♦ ,-, -; w%II DON'T ACCEPT an IMITATION ffH"^ .551 — have THEJSEST, they hear this .-kS-fc,' 1\ TRADE (jy MARK MMM % '■■■■;■ • Top ' It '3 ' ■■■■■■ I^"3 '•"fsi''«\\w-;- '■ ; TURTILL AND DUNLOP Save the 'Cycling Public ■ £ s. d. . y.-: ■:;■■■;■■/? When "played out" In the game of life, Take a cup of RAVEN TEA ABSOLUTELY PURE It is securely packed in liroma-proof j^vokages in our own factory, and, until opened in your home, hag no chance of 'being adulterated or ot coming in contact with dust, dirt germs or unclean hands. A Tea with » Reputatlan.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 25 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 25 February 1914

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