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Eoad Conditions in Russia.—As ' everyone knows who has travelled j through Russia, the roads in that country are often knee deep in soft slush, which make motoring almost im- "■ possible. At the recent, military manI oeuvres, the majority of. heavy cars ■ which were competing were unable to , complete the route set out. The Ford touring car and delivery van which i wore entered, both gave such an ex-1 cellent account of themselves that the Government decided to order a large number of Fords for military transport. Another shipment of Famous, Fords is arriving in Ashburton about the 28th of this month. These are nearly all sold. Catalogues free from G. H. Car- ( j W, Tailored Street. 145'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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