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WANTED. WANTED Known—Johnston's Papoids for Indigestion and Dyspepsia, gives certain relief; Is 6d—R Totty, Chemist. 2 345 GREEN . Fireproof Enamelware— Saucepans, etc., very durable ana better than the ordinary Enamelware. —At John Orr and Co.'s Etst Street Store. 1 7^ "TRIUMPHS" eCOOP THE POOL IN THREE DAYS' TRIALS. P. ivate Owner's Class—lst and 2nd Trade Class—lst, 2nd, and 3rd. Teams Competition—lst. Petrol Competition Test—lst. Against 27 riders of all the Leading Makes of Motor. Cycles. .. The above proves that the " TRI* UMPH" is "the" Motor Cycle ft* reliability and economy. '''/'.' 3>- H. EDGAR, Ashburton. Representative ADAMS 4*? DCO i LTD., Christchureh. BLOUSE Bargains at Mitchell and Turner's Clearance' Sale. 1 00 X IVER Tonic is specially recomAad- mended for bad ta*te in the mouth,. furred tongue, cqstiveness, and headaches, disordered stomach, etc. 2s J6d a bottle. —Bonnington's Pharmacy. BARGAINS at Fletcher Bros.' Clearing Sale.—Sparklet Syphons,, clearing price 3s 6d each. Daisy, Fly Killers lOd each.. Mortem, the 'great Fly Destroyer, lOd per tin. Keating's Insect Powder, 6d and lid per tin. B Mender „10d per bottle. Mather's Fly Papers, 6d per dozen. Tanglefoot Fly Papers,' 6d per dozen. At— FLETCHER BROS.' 153 Clearing Sale. ~ . ALARM Clocks for the heavy sleeper v and early riser from 5s 6d, Peep ,0' Day 8s 6d. The famous "Big Ben, fi King of Alarm piocks, at 12s' 6d.-^-Afc John Orr and' Co.'s East Street Store. ■_•■ ■• .-. . .. 176 f*i ALVANISED Iron Pig Troughs, V3T very clean and durable, far ahead of wood, and last longer. 3ft. at 13s. ,6d, 14ft. at 16s, sft. at 20s.—At John 1 Orr and Co.'s East Street Store: 176 KEEP the Flies away—Wire Fly Traps Is each, Daisy Ky Killers Is each, Tanglefoot Fly Papers, Mortem. and Mortem Sprayers, the ' Wonder' Fly Killer 9d each, and every other kind of Fly and Vermin Destroyers.— At John Orr and &-'\ East Street Store. , " ■ 1 7$ "VTURSERY'Hac Lotjon kills the nits J-i kee,ps. the children's herriss clean and.swetffe Is"a 1-bottle Bouninpton's Pharmacy. \ 1 4't SLUGGISH Liver, causing headaches, indigestion, flatulence and drowsiness quickly dispersed by taking a bottle of our Liver Tonic, 2s 6d a bottle.—Bonnington's Pharmacy. NURSERY Hair Lotion—a necessity in every home where the children go to school .Keeps the head clean of parasites and the scalp healthy. Is a bottle, Bonnington's Pharmacy. 111 A LUMINIUM Saucepans, will not X"* rust,, always clean, shine like silver always. Prices from 2s 6d to 12s 6d.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. - 1 76 TO those troubled with Scurf.— Try the Electric Hea 1 Afassage. A aure cure, at Percy's. SLIP POCKETS. TO MOTOR-CAR OWNERS. 'lijOW 'that' the '-Warm, jnW We»L^l ther is with us*, you will require a aeat well-made Slip Cover for the Hood when closed, to prevent Boiling, fading, and to keep out the dust. Made in Hoodite and Duck. Priceß from 25b. FDW. NEW, , Practical Car and Gig Trimmer, Panr-oH Btr<--^+ fnoar GtamVi Stable** • FUNERAL NOTICES. W. H. ALEN, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND FURNISHER. (New Premises, No. 80, Triangle, Ashburton.) MORTUARY Caskets in Oak, Rimtf and other woods. ■■ , ' „ conducted in Town or*-Coun-try. First-Class Conveyances. Charges moderate. . Private Residence—3o Grey Street/ near High School. Telephones 230 and 231. Agent for J. Tait, Monumental Mason, Christchureh. Monuments and Grave Stones, re-, lettered and gilded. BAKER BROS., COMPLETE FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS. TelepKone 69. TVUSINESS Address: Corner O'ass JO Street and Wakanui Road. Private Residence: Corner Cass an«* ■ Cameron Streets. WHY pay a big price for -yowr Tea when you can get a real i good Tea at Is 3d Ib. Try a Il> and compare it with higher priced '•Vis.—Ruxton and Thoni«,« SUMMER Neuralgia.—lnstant relief of the distressing siilment obtained by taking Bonnington's Neuralgia Remedy. Is Cd a bottle.—Bonninp*™'* Pharmacy. 1 <l

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 25 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 25 February 1914

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