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■USINESS NOTICES^ , 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 ;.. for Dresses, Blouses, etc., sent Post Free on request. ... . , • ? " We pay postage on all Drapery and - ; j Dress, and allow a Discount of 1/- j. off every £ for Cash. ... | BALLANTYNES Christchurch : : , | "tTthreshimg mill own iRS: f The undersigned has a full stock, of all your requirements, including— Perforated Zinc, all'sizes (very heavy) Packing in Genuine Tuck's, Iminitatiori Tuck's, Asbestos round, Yarn .< and Sheet. ' Hemp. Chalk, etc. . ' f Marhine Oils, in 4-gallon Tine, at 3/6 gallon. - Castor Oil, in 5-gallon Drums Copper Rivets, in all sizes. 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 Orttor Files, ' '-* at very LOW PRICES. , • • .";; INQUIRIES CORDIALLY INVITED. ■'•".* ' , ;■ ft GEORGE MEDDINS, TBB PEOPLE'S IRONMONGER < ; •** Wkw 'T^'HE Steinway is the prefcrreel piano of dfflyfff ; i today. Ie is a -mechanical and en artistic ' fiPfflffiL ' ' M!^yfH triumph—the master v/ork of four general* .^JfOIL *&s*()/ tons or the wqtld's greatest "piano .makers. i^irepF till 1 • The fame of tfie>,Stcinway has been won «!p§f W! $*&■** trough merit alone, Why .not let' this JSW"* /.' !i ' WJ - won fame decide your choice in tht , wfjA |' puiduse of a piano, Leyond question it is |||M . IHE 4&m wS^SSI s Beautiful Instrument can be pur- lP*ißH| /Iw^k^ chased on our /*^»E £$jffi TERMS OF PAYMENT. (^^ ||S|? The Dresden Piano Co., Ltd. "p-}" fev'-ny'* ,' SOLL AGE.NTS: , ■* m&fii ■ ■ \gs< s DUNEDIN, CHRISTCHURCH, WELLINGTON. • igj&| I ;j|j";^ Branches and Agencies throughout N.Z. ;|'tj m / f y.i'!'.- '^/V JL Illustrated Booklets 4^ « jjJKI ASHBURTON BRANCH—BURNETT STREET. Telephone 211. ' H. P. EVANS, Manager. KEROL, '' ' 0 . ' . THEOER-KiLLH,. . . , Twenty-four times the strength , ■ n TTV „•*».-♦ * s^.i.4 of pure Carbolic Acid, yet non- f >ABIUTY to witWna hgh», poisonous and non-corrosive. Ab- blurring of trie print, M* solute protection against disease ." '..,( «, T ,d«nc«« of Bye d«f«ol, whiek ■' and sickness. . , . , . • i ti - ' ?,n oniy be oared by properly , An Excellent Cleanser. ~-■•-.•} anted GI*«««i j Pleasant in the Bath. ... • « ... ' . ■ •<y Consuitinf Koom l» at y«ur ' Wanted in the Home, Farm, :. /. ' „ ««■«'". . ' , ■ Stable, Poultry Yard, etc. ■ "' ' >'<:.* at 4s. ' , 1-Gallon at 7s 6d. . FRANK CURTIS, JOHN ORR AND CO.'S f.p'.o.c, Opt. 8., EAST STREET STORE, Member of N.Z Optical 'Phone 42. -' Association Consulting Optician. 1 WANT CV«)ry WOHHMI t* try m n _■■■■■ ■MW..-wfp—^ * niy *LANE*S MBDOI.INB.' ~ It vIU fltfve you a skin sad ASHBURTON LOAN AND INVESTmu give j«u a SK.n «i»a MENT SOCIETY c«.:..i(ss}«xJon to be proud of. No n( j 9^ra too had to ke cleared 3»y ft« BANK OF DEPOSIT. *^» «i 4 CJ«Monui»tß- t. ■ — TAEPOSITS ar* received »t oallor . . \ JPfor fised periods at HIGHEST " OTTRRENT RATES of INTEREST. CJPABKLET Syphon—an inatantan- «" *^|Jgf I^3 eons method of making pure'•TTOHODQHLY BOUND IMVm^ Crated Waters, or Crating Fruit P^ "SotSAM INGS,.combining good Syrupa, Milk, etc. 'C size at 7a f' **»«* «* undoubted Security. 6d each.—At John Orr and Oo.'s East J. B. CHRISTIAN. Street Store. 1 76 Manager*

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 26 February 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 26 February 1914

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