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WANTED. , WANTED. FEED FOR ABOUT 1200 EWES for One Month from Ist Week March. DALGETY AND CO., LIMITED. WANTED, by experienced Young Lady—Position as Drapery and Boot Saleswoman.—"Position," "Guardian"' Office. 2 401 WANTED — Elderly, respectable' Person as Companion.—Apply J. Aslett, 158 Peter Street. 2 411 WANTED— Good General. — Apply by letter, to Airs W. JV Moore, Ashburton. - ■• 2 389' WANTED Known, just arrived, the new L.il.C. two-speed 3J h.p. Motor Cycles. These 'machines are the last word in/comfortable motor cycling. —G. H. Carson, Sole Ag.int. 2 421 SPRING Flowering Bulbs,—March and April Arc ilie best months for planting. Any variety supplied at Thomas Bros. , r ALL Patterns Sizes at Scott's and Hepburn's Ranges in stock. Special Discounts given, making it possible to purchase from us at a • lower rate than you could in Christchurch. We also pay rail and delivery charges.—John Orr and Co., East Street. 1 76 MITCHELL and Turner are Clearing all Summer Millinery at Half-Price. . 1 00 V NICE Silver Mounted Pipe frttr Jr\ 2s 6d would make a suitabL Xmas Gift. ! Percy 'has the Best Selection. . mEA.—Tea.—Try a lb. of our is'Sd J. Tea. The best value in Ashburton; equal to what some Grocers sell at Is Bd.—Buxton and Thomas METAL Meat Safes—keep-the Flies away. Very durable and indispensable to every home—los 6d, 12s 6d, 15s 6d, 17s GdA-At John CW. andCo.'s East Street Store. ' 1 76 jjTi INGER Wine Essence.—A delicious IUT summer beverage, non-intoxicat-ing. Is a bottle at Bonnington's Pharmacy. ' 141 TWO Hundred and 400 Gallon Iron Tanks, both Galvanised and Painted kinds for Sale.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store.- ' 1 76 dpUNGER Wine Essence.—A good, A_H. wholesome 'beverage". One vbottV makes a gallon and a xialf of delicious Syrup. Is a bottle at Bonnington's Pharmacy. . 1 41 T7IND-OF-SEASON Cut in Lawn 3IA Mowers. The ever-ready 12in. at 19s 6d, 14in. at 22s 6d, Gem 12in. at 30s, 14in. at 32s 6d.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store: 1 76 SCHOOL Books, Bags, and all School Requisites. Shop Opens at 8 a.m. for week commencing February 2, 19T4. H. M. JONES, Educational Bookseller. WIDE MOUTH 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 76 PLUMBING. WHY do without up-to-date Conveniences. Easy obtained and easy payments. Ring or call for advice. G. H. NICHOLLS, CERTIFICATED PLUMBER, 'Phone 142. Tancred Street. SECOND-HAND Cycles—thoroughly overhauled and in first-class ori der. Good serviceable Machines from £3 10s, deposits from £I,—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 (Ti INGER Wine Essence.—A good, \JT wholesome and refreshing drink for either table oi\ harvest field. Is a bottle.—Bonningtoil's Pharmacy. - 141 ■ - --'it—- : WO STROKE MOV^ TORS.—We have been appointed Agents for this Splendid Machine,' and will.be pleased to demonstrate it to all who are interested.'lt is without doubt the best lightweight -motor on the market. , x SIDE OARS.—CaII and inspect our New Models. Price and Quality right. 'RUDGE MOTORS.—Latest Rudge 1 performance at Brooldands: Mile 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 j T>IG 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 any. A Discount Coupon given with all Cash Purchases. A. T. H. WILLIAMS, Bookseller and Stationer, 1 95 East Street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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