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__ BUSINESS NOTICES, " 4 THF "HOW" &'THF "WM'ERE" ' HOW mL m CMrtt WKtKt- WHERE OF ' 2 MOTOR CAR & CYCLE 9 I TROUBLES. ' knowing just "how" and "where" in effecting- motor car or cycle repairs makes all the differ-' enee when th.3 account comes in. Inexpert tinkering does more harm than good, and adds to the account in a most distressing manner. The latest motor owner oftimcs finds himself in a corner, and needs the advice of an expert. Generally speaking, and apart from simple adjustments, faults, and overhauiings should be the work of an Expert Motor Engineer. He knows the "how" and"where," and his charges are .jased upon rapid execution of the necessary work. JAS. E. RULE is an Expert Motor Engineer, and employs only expert workmen. His Cass itreet Garage is fitted with all modern tools for the rapid and efficient handling of all. motor r^oairs, adjustments, etc. CHARGES ARE STRICTLY MODERATE FOR HIGH GRADE WORK ONLY. Coupled with the Repairing and Selling of Cars, is the stocking of the most efficient Motor Tyre »n the market/ THE MICH-LIN TYRE, \ ~ The following are the Sizes and Prices: — Square Tread Covers. Studded Covens. Tubes £ s. d. £ s. d. £. s. d. 700 x.65 .. 2 10' 0 12 0 ( 710.x 90 ... 3 7 0 4 11 6 1 4 S : ,760.x 90 ... 3 13 G 418 6' 1 5 > ; a0 x 90. ... 316 0 . 5 5 3.. 1 7 tf 765 x 105 ... 4 19 3 6 12 3 19 0 '15 x 105 ... 5 7 0. 7 5 0 1 10 9 ' .75 x 105 ... 5 15 0 7 14 6 1 12 9 20 x 120 ... 6 7 0 7 18 0 1 16 9 •: 3 x 120 ... 617 9 / .8 11 9 119 ..20 .x 120 ... 7 4 9 8 19 6 2 1 h 95 x 135 717 3 . 10 0 3 2 3 9 -i35,x 135 ... 8 4 0 10 11 3 2 4 "JO x 3 .{. 2 11 0 , 4 8 6. 0 16 6 ■30 x 3£ ... 3 18. 6 • 5 8 9 14 0 J2 x 3* .;. 4 5 6 516 9 ■ 1 610 34. x 4 ... 515 6 7 9 9 111 6 ' , ~" I A RJI-™^ __? DG Bfl i? MOTOR ENGINEER, _J__ilVl K_LS_) C.. KULt. Cass Street 'Phone No. 202. w 4^■ Wi ■_■ %** ■■■ ■ iivuißy Ashburton. HL O_ BARRETTSb . - .-■ V ; :■ ■:•! FOR THREE WEEKS, commencing MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16th. , , | In order to further REDUCE STOCKS before the arrival of KEW SEASON'S SHIPMENTS,, we are offering VERY SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to CASH BUYERS of HOUSE- ! .OLD DRAPERY, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, MERCERY, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC., to iriake j .heir purchases NOW and SAVE MONEY:— ; L From FEB. 16th to MARCH 7th we will give GREEN CASH DISCOUNT TICKETS vith all CASH Purchases! including all Goods marked.at SPECIAL SALE PRICES. This means a REDUCTION of at least TEN PER CENT of whatever you purchase, and cur Summer Stock is marked at VERY. LOW SALE PRICES. For PREEN DISCOUNT TICKETS we allow 2/- in the POUND (CASH or, 2/6 WORTH IN ANY GOODS of Customers' own choosing: No useless Nickle-Plate or Second-rate Crockery; but, GOOD, SOLID, Useful Goods, and your moneys full worth. * v In the SHOWROOM, RED INK Sale Prices are plentiful,because this class of Goods must ~o before the Season Closes. Ladies will do well to pay our Showroom a visit. We are offering a Special Lot of useful TWEED COSTUMES at GREATLY REDUCED DICES':;s the following List will show. I (only) Tweed COAT & SKIRT 3 (only) Tweed COAT & SKIRT, Price 45/- Sale 10/- 65/-for 32/6 3 (only) Tweed Norfolk COAT n , „ _ a „ -,„ ~ rtAm o & SKIRT, Price 37/6, Sale 21/- 2 l0"1^) Tweed Norfolk COAT & 1 (only) Dark Green Serge COAT ■ SKIBT 65/" ior &' i .- & SKIRT, Price 32/6, Sale 17/6 2 ( - only) Tw(jed CQAT & SKIRTj 2 (only) Dark Tweed COAT and' . 47/6 f or 35/. SKIRT, Price 35/-, Sale 17/6 , 1 (only) Tweed COAT & SKIRT, 1 (only) Tweed COAT & SKIRT, 42/- for 25/- 42/- for 30/- I fey Maids' Tweed COSTUMES Sizes 6to 9, . Usual Prices 21/-, 22/6, 24/-, 25/6. Safe Prices 16/6, 17/6, 18/6, 19/6. Maids' 'All-Wool "Petone" Navy Usual Prices 39/6, 42/6, 45/- | Setge Norfolk COATS and SKIRTS— ' Sale Prices 32/6, 35/-, 37/6 IS Children's Muslin Embroidered FROCKS— 1 Regular Prices 3/9 to 6/6., Sale Price, All at 2/6 each. Jhildren-'s Silk DEE 'SES and Overalls. Regular Prires 4/6 to 22/6. Sale Prices 2/11 to 12/6. lAbont 27 Ladies' Tweed and Rainproof COATS offering at -Specially Low Sale Prices. Also "Children's and Girls' COATS to be Cleared at Prices ranging from 6/6 to' 17/6. ' ■ ■' ■ ■ ', ■••■'■■ ■ . ■■'. .■ ■ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT MISS C. JESSOP having closed her business' in East ' Street, is now in charge of our Millinery Workroom. Our lady patrons can therefore rest assured their'orders will have the very best care i?nd attention. CASH DRAPER, ETC : DIRECT IMPORTER. Advertised Goods THINKING OF A NEW BIKE? *-ipHI2 daily use of LANE'S A re " i MB DOLING makes as»_ Standard Goods 'T™ N have ODB built specii>"y ««<•» •• ■*■■ "*_, _j « w ; v, uuo TO SUIT YOURSELF he-lilsy. Freckles, spots, and Tflß World Over, Wfoy? TO SUIT YOURSELF. -s^wl** naiJeklv r___ov_d. d«> -—. • TO SUIT YOURSELF. piiapies quiCKiy fmoTwa. ■/• BECAUSE there must be, in By ' «t Chemists. ». advertised goods, a uni- jionicT form high quality, otherwise H* P» Arsr»STi ' __ fche advertised article not being Maker of the Famous , up .to.the standard for «<APW»qpvnAT QPARKLET Syphons—an instantanit will not be purchased again Ai^bl _io._lAi_ eous method of making pure and the advertising will be un- Crated Waters/ or Crating Fruit profitable. ', Easy Terms Arranged. Syrups, Milk, V, illes, etc. fC size at 7s Advertising is Insurance, there- 6d each.—-At John Orr and Co.'s East fore, that the goods are as re- - Street Store. 1 76 swesonted and good value. Address:, Tancred Street, t The cousuiiier who buys adver- ~~~~~ " ~~~ tised _oods rarely makes a mis- . _. _. TT , r XT _, „ _ take "Mam," readers will REAT Remnant Bargains at Mit- BUY your New Razor trom Percy nrofit by a careful perusnl of *JT oheU and Turner's End-of-Season -O He guarantees what he 'sells, and ISI advertisiniJ columns. I Sale. 1 001 Prices Moderate. 5

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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