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■USINEBB NOTICES. Arc now opening their ' For Autumn & Winter Wear V Write us yo'iir 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 Dress, and allow a Discount of 1/off every £ for Cash. .... B ALLANTYNES Christchurch liiiii nwmiwwii Mini »i n« ii ihiiiiiium »■« »— i nr nmm nmi h>h»hihiw«mm«iiiiiii——*»ji-.x—' Great Removal Sale. FOR TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS ONLY, COMMENCING 3rd MARCH. ' In order to open our :new Ashburton Warehouse with- Goods abso^ lutely free from stain, we are determined to , ; CLEAR OUT EVERY ARTICLE SHOWING TH& SLIGHTEST SHOP-AVORN SIGN. ■/ , ' ——— , , Musical Instruments and Music. "AT 25 TO 75 PER CENT. OFF USUAL PRICES! : PIANOS by World-Known Makers BANJOS, MANDOLINES ORGANS for House, Church, or ACCORDEONS Hall VIOLINS GRAMAPHONES and RECORDS PLAYER PIANO ROLLS. BRASS INSTRUMENTS, by Hawkes MUSIC. and. Boosey. ' Sheet and Album. FLUTES, PICCOLOS ~ Assorted £1 Parcels for. 2/6. CLARIONETTES Notwithstanding, Tremendous Reductions. ALL . PIANOS AND ORGANS can be Purchased during SalcVoiVOMr Easy Terms of Payment System, - , ; : '"-- :* • \ ' ■ ; "> ■ DO MOT DELAY YOUR ' DRESDEN PIANO CO, LTD. EAST STREET ... ... -ASHBURTON. (Next Collins and Co.') H. P. EVANS, Manager. in> itdiiw it i n mini nir»u mminrmi »-«iHfciinil»«niMwiiniin»iM»iiiMiii |-r ii 11 ii i inhi—mi mini iiiwiwiwi— TO THRESHING MILL OWNERS. The undersigned has a full stock of all your requirements, including— Perforated Zinc, all sizes (very heavy) Packing in Genuine Tuck's, Immitation Tuck's, Asbestos round, Yarn and Sheet. Hemp. Chalk, etc. Marhine Oils, in 4-gallon Tins, at 3/6, gallon. , Dastor 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 thaf I am in a position to supply everything they require. I specialize in all kin. Is of Files, particually 12in. Chaff OntW Files at very LOW PRICES. INQUIRIES CORDIALLY INVITED. GEORGE MEDDINS, THE PEOPLE'S IRONMONGER .......ASHBUttTON. ™ 6 « ! n L K,LL«. y^rcr.T :; Twenty-four times the strength,,' -rNAnTTrrv +r -,;+j,^.-^ k-v* of pure Carbolic Acid, yet non- ;T,NABILIfY .to withifcana hihi, poisonous and non- x eorrosive.. Ab- . blurring of the print, ari^ solute protection against disease ... a u evidences of Eye defect. whidT and sickness. , , , . / can only be oured by propenj. An Excellent Cleanser. v id justed Glaea«t. Pleasant in the Bath. ... «•«".*.'- i' • My Consulttti| Room li at ywr Wanted in the Home, Farm, .. . servict. , , . . I . * •" ." t Stable, Poultry Yard, etc. „ ,;. .B . ■ . ' , " Conaultation v free. 5-Gallon,at 4s. , •-•-,.'.-■'.^_» ■ „ , ..";-:■ 1-Gallon at 7s 6d. . ■ • ' '."" -'"' "" ' ;';."^- FRAMK CURTIti V JOHN ORR AND CO.'S^ F.P.O.C, Opt. D #i EAST STREET STORE, . .Member of N.Z. Optiort v 'Rhone 42. ' Aecooifttion, \ t - Consuitini Optician, ■ SWAT THAT FLY. ®sat Sfcrent -- - AwhbnHiWi RID your HOUSE or SHOP of these ~ ~ '; PESTS HOW? ASHBURTON LOAN AND IN VlST|lul' ■ MENT SOCIETY By buying a PATENT FLY TRAP. . . An A . ''V It not only CATCHES the FLIES, but . ana also Destroys any GERMS attached to BANK OF DEPOSIT. , ' v them; it's EVERLASTING, no , "■, TROUBLE to use, and EFFECTIVE. T\BPoeiT9 «r« received at call or a PRICE 2/3 1./ for fixed periods at HIGHEST AstSrtTr'h^ S"»tf°r °S?ffi..! T AS^S?SSS^ Ashbuiton, to show you one. % THOII onGHLY SOUND INVEST^ MENT for SAVINGS, combining goo* PHBEST i 1"68* nndonbted Security. '„ S J. B. CHRISTIAN, ■'..■}], THE CYCLE MAN, TRIANGLE. i HMUfffi

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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