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■USINESS NOTICES. I When "played out" In the game of lif«i Take a cup of SAVENTEA ABSOLUTELY PUBE It is securely packed in aroma-proof " f/Gckages in our own factory, and, •■■' until opened in your home, has no chance of Cueing adulterated or of coming in contact with dust, dirt germs or unclean hands. 'i A Tea with * Deputation. TURTILL * ■ , •■■ 'and, ,; ■; Ti HIS MANY GUSTOMETiS. M-*. Mf% high quality! :m ■ ■■■//>■■■• of Rubber: ■ A ,■:// I and Fabric!: ■m ' 11. M in their 1 «;;/■/ / ' lm -construction..'.' » «■'■/ / I e^y give the I| •W f |! Best Service. «■■ 1// ■■■- IfeWear, I •/•/:; I ;comfort.,..: 1 11/ l/ 71 .Speed and « TURTILi: Tg not a Professional Salesman, .; '. : v : .;: . .. '•/..■;..• A Thoroughly-trained Cycle Mechanic. i there are no better ||"^ quality-or better.:.' |^; I: wearing Tyres m At^^. 1^ the World-tlian.. 1-^ I Yoircan va^ay^^re!y.|tX 1 on a big mileage., and ||lj., w continual 'ivsatisfaction V ■; .■ I by^singiliesevreliabk-l; | • ||Tyres, which:.-,can; be MjJ. II obtained' from, 'any li^ I Cycle, Agent §p 'II DON'T ACCEPT an IMITATION. W^ff W -haveTHE BEST, theybear this ■;«■ i^; % TRADE (S) JfM«; g^ W|, "\B\v DUNLO? RUBBER CO. >*&?** . (A \W ■■."■■■ ■■■■ A«w 11l iII {HUT s^^sß^^l^^^ ' Tuft>rri-i: and dunlop Save the CyoSing Public £ s. 4.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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