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BUSINESS NOTICES. fT" I !■■! 111' 111 11 j\ 111, || mill i^raramniMwa^^ BET A T~T I CT I/% 1 1 I !_/ V 1 I I*—/ I CORSETS THAT HELP | ,The corset plays an important part' t in feminine attire. A good corset can jj help in more ways than one. It helps I the dress by giving it a graceful and I fashionable mould, and it helps the wearer by affording a welcome support to the figure. ; U( / \:\' ■ . We specially recommend - D. & A..CiORo-ETS \ '■ ■ • ■• I ' / because they meet all the requirements ; 'y * of fashion, comfort and health. What- ] ■• • , ■ | ever the figure may be there is a I : J D. & A. model that will just suit it. ' | i ■j| • . , These are some of the most popular models. ■' | No. 216 No. 316 No. 620 ' No. 5^6 No; 540 No. 550 :;No. 612 j 7/6 8/8 9/6 12/6 12/6 15/6. 25A ' I I When ordering by Post be sure to state size required. . ; .4: .-

EPHEMERIS. ' ■'.'' ';■ supr. ..'■. '■ ;' Rises. Sets. February 25 ' ... 5.36 ... 6.50 'February.. 26." 5.38 v... 6.49 February 27 ... 5.39 ... 6.47 February 28 ... 5.46 ... 6.46 March 1 ... 5.42 ... 6.44 Starch 2 ... 5.43 ..; 6.42 March ;. 3 ... 5.44 ... 6.41 March 4 ... 5.46 ... 6.39 March 5 ... 5.47 ... 6.37 March , 6 ... 5.49 ... 6.35 March 7 ... 5.60 ... 6.33 March 8 ... 5.51 ... 6.31 , March 9 ... 5.52 ... 6.29 March 10 ... 5.63 ... 6.27 March 11 ... 5.55 ..'. 6.25 PHASES OF THE MOON FOR FEBRUARY. . : ■-.'■'■ ■•■■ -Rises. ."•■■■ Sets. February 25 /.. 5.20 a.m. 7.10 p.m. February 26 ... 6.23 a.m. 7.27 p.m. February 27 ... 7.26 a.m. 7.43 p.m. February 28 ... 8.27 a.m. 8.0 p,m, d. h. m. First. Quarter 3 10 3 p.m. Full Moon ... ... 11 5 5 a.m. Last Quarter 17 853 p.m. New Moon 25 11 32 a.m. MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at the Ashburton Post Office as follows:— DAILY. 6 a.m. —South as far as Timaru. 6.50 -a.m. —Chertsey, Rakaia and Christchurch. 6.50 a.m.—Done, Kyle, Overdale, Barr Hill, Kii'Jinchy. 9.10 a.m.—All Southern Office* (except Hinds).' 9.10 a.m.—Eiffelton and Willowby. 1p.45 a.m.—FairtoD Rakaia and Christchurch. 10.45 a.m.—Winslow and Hinds. L2Q p.m.—Hinds, Geraldine, Temuka, Timaru, Oamaru and Duncdin. 2155 p.m.—Chertsey, Rakaia, Methven line, and Christchurch. 3.10 p.m.—Dromore, Dunsandel and Burnham. 3.20 p.m.—Tinwald, Window, Hinds, and Timaru. mi 3.45 p.m.—Flemington, Wheatstone, Ashton, Waterton and Longbeach. 4 p:m.—Westerfield, Mayfield, Mount Somers, Springburn, Staveley, and Alford Forest. , „ . , 5.20 p.m.—Rakaia, Methven, Cliristchurch, Wellington, and North Island generally. . Late fee mail closes ten mtnutes after ordinary mail. SERVICES OTHEB THAN DA3O.Y. 6 a.m.—Tuesdays, Thursdaya and SatnrdajS.—Porowhita (Wmchmore). 7 30 a.m.—Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—Ouihi (Digby's Bridge), Greenstreet, Spread Eagle. 9.10 a.m.—Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.—Carew, Ruapuna. 10.15 a.m.—Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays—Elgin, Wakanui, Riverside. Seaview, Seafield, and Newland. , 10.45 a.m.—Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdavs—Lismore. ,„ , ' , 10.45 a.m.—Mondays, We«nesdays and Fridays—Lowcliffe. 1015 a.m.—Mondays, Weanesdays and Fridays.—Elgin, - Wakanui and Riverside. ''■'■"-«,,"■, -, 4 t).m.—Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.—Anama and Porateko. ; 4 p.m.—Tuesdays and Fridays.—Ash; burton Gorge.

■WE"" f TANGO RECORDS. Yango Teas—Tango Parties—Ta»tgo FrocksTango Everything! Such is the rage. Here are the first COLUMBIA TANGO ECORDS — Brilliant — Sparkling — played for dancing purposes. Hear them and you'll get the Tango fever. COLUMBIA—RENA 1 I Double-sided TANGO RECORDS \ From 3/6. THEY WEAK TWICE" AS LONG. Ask your local dealer, or apply at CHIVERS & CO., MUSIC SPECIALISTS, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. ; V .A • ' ■-

■ "■ ~- i '. ' " ' ,JOW IS THE TIME. RING Your REPARS to V. E. C. INGRAM, PREMIER BOOT REPAIRNG FACTORY, BURNETT STREET. : (Next Cuverhouse), Only the Very Best of Leather Used. Hand-Sewn Work a Specialty. The ~Vork will speak for N itself. Moderate Charges and Every Expedi tion the CLEANEST PAINTER IN TOWN. I QUOTE for all Kinds «. Work.JL Sign Writing, House Painting tnd Decorating, Graining, Paperhang ng. Picture Framing, etc. The Latest Wall Papers, Pictun Mouldings, and Stencils to choos< frorW. H. ALEN, TRIANGLE (One Minute from Post Office).

>:- ),:'■' THE ' '\" LONDON DIRECTORY. , /'(Published Annually). ENABLES TRADERS throughout the World to communicate direct . , with English MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS . in each class of goods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs the Directory contains Lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS, with the goods they ship, and the Colonial and Foreign Markets they supply. PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the prominent provincial towns and industrial centres of the United Kingdom. . A copy of the current edition will be forwarded- on receipt of Postal Note for 20s. Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise their trade cards for £1, or largest advertisements for £3. STEAMSHIP. LINES arranged under the Ports to which they sail, and ■indicatng the approximate - Bailings. " .THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., 3 25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. BIRD Cages, new and approved designs in Stock, in all Sizes. Prices form 5s 6d. Extra Bird Cage Bottles in stock.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76-

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 26 February 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 26 February 1914

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