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WANTED. WANTED. STUBBLE or OTHER FEED foi TWO WEEK'S GRAZING" for 1500 SHEEP. N.Z. FARMERS' COOP., 2 372 Auctioneer's. WANTED, by young man, work n garden, and would look aftei motor car.—Apply "D.C." "Guardian' Office. • • , .2 36t SPRING Flowering Bulbs.—Marcr and April are ihe best month; "for planting. Any variety 'supplied ai Thomas' Bros/ WANTED Known—Strange's ,an offering Ladies' Dust-Coats at 4; lid each. Costumes at 7s lid each. ALL I'a-.LiM-Ms Sizes at Scott's am Hepburn's flanges in stock. Spe cial Discounts making it possibL to purchase imm us at a lower rati than yoii could-in Cl'.ristchurch. We als< pay rail and delivery charges.—Jo hi On- and ([-p., Ka>,t Street. 1 7< '_\i--j MITCHELL' smd Turner are Clear ing ail ■bummer Millinery a Half-Price. , 101 A NICE Silver Mounted Pipe fr<,n 2s Cd would make a suitabl Xraas Gift. Porey has the Best Selec tion. mEA.—Tea.—Try a lh. of our Is 3c JL- Tea. The bust value in Ashburton equal to what some Grocers sell at 1: Bd.—Btixton and Thomas METAL Meat. Safes—keep the Fliei away. Very durable and indis pensrtble to every home—los 6d, 12i (3d, los 6d 3 17s 6d.—At- John 0" anc Co.'s East Street Store. - 17( GINGER Wine Essence.—A delicious summer beverage, non-intoxicat ing. Is a battle at Bonnington's Phar macy. 1 41 mWO Hundred and 400 Gallon Iror JL Tanks, both Galvanised anc Painted kinds for ■ Sale.—At John On and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 7i .<Ti_IN<3ER Wine Essence—A good v^i wholesome beverage. One bolt 1-; makes a gallon and a ila'lf of delicious Syrup. , Is a bottle at Bonnington's Pharmacy. • 1 41 E$D-OF-SEASON Cut, in Lawn Mowers. The ever-ready 12in. at 19s 6d, 14in. at 22s 6d, Gem 12in. at 30s, 14 in. at 32s 6d.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. , 1 7C SCHOOL Books, Bags, and all 1 School Requisites. .Shop Opens at 8 a.m for week commencing February 2, 1914 H. M. JONES, Educational Bookseller. WIDE MOUTH 4 Earthenware Jars for Pickles and Butter Crocks, 20, 30, and 401b. From 2s 6d to 7s 6d each.—At John Orr and Co.'s ,East Street Store. 1 70 PLUMBING. WHY do without up-to-date Conveniences. Easy obtained and easy payments. Ring or call for advice. G. H. NIGHOLLS, CERTIFICATED PLUMBER, 'Phone 142. Tancred Street. SECOND-HAND Cycles—thoroughly overhauled and in first-class order. Good serviceable Machines from £3 10s, deposits from £I.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. , 1 76 f*i INGER Wine, Essence.—A good, \JT wholesome and refreshing drink for either table or harvest field. ls\ a bottle.—Bonnington's Pharmacy. 141 A LUMINUM, Brass, and Enamelled XjL Preserving Pans; good durable articles. From 7s to 25s.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 i^ONNAUGHT TWO STROKE MOV 7 TORS.—We have been appointed Agents for this Splendid Machine, and will be pleased to demonstrate it to all who are interested. It i£ without doubt the best lightweight motor on' the market. ', SIDE OARS.—CaII and inspect our New Models. Price and Quality right. , RTJDGE MOTORS.—Latest Rudge performance at Brooklands: Milo a minute for seven hours, breaking seven records. ■ CHAS. E. BAILEY, ' Tancred Street. W. PAGE, Representative. 1 32 GLOVES for Harvesting,, strongly made and very durable. Price 3s 6d per pair.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 "OIG Stock of School Bags, Slates. ■*-' Exercise Books, Copy Books, Atlases, Reading Books, Writing Pads, Mathematical Sets, etc., for opening of schools. Our Prices are as low as A Discount Coupon giv.en with all Cash Purchases. ' A. T. H. WILLIAMS, [ Bookseller and Stationer, 1 1 05 East Street. GOGGLES for Tln-eshi..g and Chaficutting, new pattern brand. At 9d pair.—At John Orr and Co.'s E^: Street Store. 1 76

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 26 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 26 February 1914

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