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■USINESS NOTICES. ' Are now opening their. '■ For Autumn & Winter Wear ,■• Write us your requirements. ORDERS BY POST receive Prompt . j - and Careful Attention. " ( ' PATTERNS of the NEW MATERIALS ' . for Dresses, .Blouses, etc., sent Post , • ; Free on request. '.' '. . • • , • j We pay postage on all Drapery and j Dress,. and allow a Discount of 1/oflf every £ for Cash. ... Christchurch TUrQr Df^ I MTQ Will intereet you ** you »re thinking I (iCOC I Ul IM IO of baying a Motor Car. . . Many oars »r« uuilt cheaply in order to meet a popular demand for cheapness | Fb« " OVERLAND " car is also bora of necessity, but in a rather different »en»e The" Overland " is built to meet the demand for Reliability! Comfort, and Covw.^noe. ; RELIABII /TV is featured -'"» every piece of Mechanism in the "Overland," rom the pr yerful, eilent-runnin^ down to the door hinges. i » COMFOr r is fouiid in the luxurious, deep-seated body and in the soft, springy v; bolstering which renders a trip on the roughest road a joy ride »a a tra? s. of glass. CONY -NIENCE is found in the Electric Self-starter, which does away with cho old ashioned cranking, and in the brilliant electric lights, which, ... whether the car is standing or running may be switched on and off by simply turning a knob. . ' WEBBER AND SMILY, LTD., AGENTS. DON'T BE SATISFIED VITH AN OLD FASHIONED OUT-OF-DATE MOTOR CAR. YOU MAYf IHT AS WELL BE UP-TO-DATE. . . ' The new model "Overland" Electric is a Modern Car in ev«ry feature. The "Overland" Electric Starter and lighting system ia absolutely reliable and is not obtainable on any other car. The new 30-horse "Overland" is the lightest car on the market—'' embracing every modern improvement in motor car construction. '. You can buy cheaper cars, but in the "Overland" .Electric at £315 complete you get something that you cannot get in any other car at any price. Bi up-to-dati and buy the Up-to-Date " OVERLAND." WEBBER AND SMILY, LTD., AGENTS. 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, Asbesto™. 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. ' fiauge Glasses and Washers. , , ENGINEER'S TOOLS IN ENDLESS- VARIETY, CHAFF CUTTER OWNERS will find tha/ I am in a position to supply everything they require. I specialize in all kiitls of Files, particually 12in. Chaff Gutter Files, at very LOW PRICES. . ' INQUIRIES CORDIALLY INVITED. GEORGE S^EDD!NS, THK fBOFLB'B IRONMONGER „„ ASHBUETON. PREVENTING "^^^T^ 1 LOSS OF HAIR. eyesthain | INABILITY to wifchßt*ndiiikV (By a, Specialist of 50 years' standing.) „ ... '■'"■. , Nearly every person whose hair is „ ■;««»■ of the prmi »r. falling, dry, lifeless, or troubled with *" cvidenow of Eye d«f«ot, which dandruff, can have a healthy head of, can ' only be curtd by properly hair if they will set aside .a few,:- a djuirted Glawci. , minutes every day. It is worth it;. 1 J take caro of your hair while you have' | .. My consulting Room Uat *«ur it. There would be very few bald j asjrwico. : people if vre looked after our hair as ''*'.- carefully as our teeth.. ' CopsalWiion in fret. - Create a circulation of the blood to the roots of the hair by using . , " . a Brice's Special Brush, which re- po»mi/ iiiidtii moves the dandruff better than any rMANIIv uUKTIl f other kind, Then ' apply Brice's - conn n.» ■ Eegeuerator daily—a thoroughly trust- j • r.r.u.i«.| upi. ■„ worthy hair tonic. This will cure the ' Member .of N.Z. Optical dandrufi, and make the hair glossyaud J , Association * strong. . ' . H . « n *»'» Brice's Circassian Cream is similar to | Consultinf optlciam, the natural oil of the hair, and should S w .c. , *«.»,„-»„- ---aiso oe usea X,O nourish It two or tliree S s^w , ; , > y^. sv^w^^w . s! i im t,imHmnm\ wmm nmnmmm. tunes each week. Brice's Regenerator 3/6 (special strength " •K)'iSSSl&t^f aY/5 0 S toettßlll^ ABHBURTON LOAN AND INVEST'ss&jfs? sssnr^^ga * MENT A SO/ lETY hail is faUing out. ■ : And , W. BRICE&SON, BANK OF DEPOSIT. "TSFag^SSSff 1"* ; DS°SI W? fdSAS ~ —~-~ ■-■ CURRENT RATES of INTEREST. SPARTTT^-T Q Tn i, nnt , •. . The Society provides for the Pubbt V° „ THORO(TGHLY SOUND INVBBTSyrups, Milk, Wines, etc. «C"le at 7s : Intewsrt I"th undoubfced SeOTn*!* 6d each —At John Orr and Co.'p Eost' T. B. CHRISTIAN, Street btore. 1 7g Manager..

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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