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HUSINFS* V*» T'CM _ J'' BALLANTYNES Are now opening their NEW GOODS For Autumn & Winter Wear Write us your requirements.. ■ < ORDERS BY POST receive Prompt ; and Careful Attention. , \ PATTERNS of the NEW MATERIALS i for Dresses, Blouses, etc., sent Post ' Free on request. . • , - • . • We pay postage on all Drapery and - ; Dress, and allow a Discount of 1/- ■ . \ \ off every £ for £ash. ... j BALLANTYNES Christchurch """to" threshing mill owners. The undersigned has a full stock of all your requirements, including— Perforated Zinc, all sizes (very heavy) Packing in Genuine Tuck's, Immitation Tuck's, Asbestos roubd, Yarn and Sheet. . , Hemp. Chalk, etc. •;'" Marhine Oils, in 4-gallon Tine, afc 3/6 gallon. Castor Oil, in 5-gallon Drums „ ' Copper Rivets, in all sizes. N , . ■ Gauge Glasses and Washers. , . ENGINEER'S TOOLS IN ENDLESS VARIETY. CHAFF CUTTER OWNERS will find that I am in a position to supply everything,they require. I specialize in all kit Is of Files, particually 12in. Chaff Ctaitor "Files, . at very LOW PRICES. • .• INQUIRIES CORDIALLY INVITED. GEORGE MEDDINS, THE PEOPLE'S IRONMONGER... ASHBTJMTON. , f^y rT7*HE Sfeirway is the preferred piano ol ' '<&? JL today. Et is a mechanical and an artistic j *w»V\ triumplt —the mastpr work of four genera* E^2lk." yW"pif ons °^ c wor^'s Greatest piano makers. vVwFP' v*Ml t "^e amc °^ Ac'Stonwayhas been woa <-. §&S[/ SSvA through merit alone. Why not let this . .JQ&j4 Ml wdl-wba fame decide your choice in the jfljjil Vf• J purchase of a piano* Eeyond question it if 'j ' mw&l THF RFSTf -^^l': "This Beautiful Instrumenf'can be pur- y&'jgß^ r^^^ chased on our lis^3& l||^ EASY TERMS OF. PAYMENT. (^^' feiS^? The Dresden Piano Co., Ltd. >» "' M^^!j» SOLL 'AGENTS: " («#s*|V y.^ . DUNEDIN, CHRISTCHURCH, WELLINGTON. ■ ktexi -! i j t i'h > Branches and Agencies throughout N.Z. . , j,' Q AV!.':J'- .\A 1 Illustrated BopkleU ■ » Isl ASHBURTON BRANCH—BURNETT STREET.

«, xeiepnone uj.l. KEROL, THE GERM KILLER. Twenty-four times the strength ■of pure Carbolic Acid, yet nonpoisonous and non-corrosive. Ab- : solute protection .against disease - and sickness. '' An Excetlent Cleanser. Pleasant in the Bath. ... Wanted in the Home, Farm, . . . ' Stable, Poultry Yard, etc. at 4s. 1-Gallon at 7s 6d. JOHN ORR AND CO.'S EAST STREET STORE, ■ '.Phone 42. LANE'S MBDOLINB l« specially prepared for ttoe hsssds. \j\c it wwshlnfl clethe^, t.}jbhff<i, floors, etc. It makes rough hands soft, supple •.■d smooth. W-everywhere. 2. SPARKLET Syphons—an instantaneous method of making pure /Erated Waters or iErating Fruii Syrups, Milk, V, mes, etc. 'C size at 7* 6d each.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 7€

n. jr. jJiVAiNO, manager., ;, HEADACHES AND . EYESTRAIN. .... XNABILITY to withtUnd Jight, blurring of the print, art^ til evidences of Eye defect, waieh can only bo cured by properly , »c]juatsd Glasses. My Consulting Room li at jairr , servic». Consultation v free. FRANK CURtlt, F.P.O.C, Opt. 8., Member of N.Z. Optical Association, Consultini Optician,, g Rtv*p* - - - Ashbnrtoa. ASHBURTON LOAN AND INVESTWENT SOCIETY And BANK OF DEPOSIT. DEPOSITS are received at oall or:. for fixed periods at HIGHEST' CURRENT RATES of INTEREST. The Society provides for the Public ; a THOROUGHLY SOUND INVEST- ! MENT for SAVINGS,' combining good< ; Interest witH undoubted SeoarHy d \ T. B. CHRISTIAN, >' ' IUoafRW- ;

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 25 February 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 25 February 1914

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