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BUSINESS NOTIutS. LAST WEEK —of— SALS:. Earlier lleductions an round* to i clear Goods before the worKiaen 1 start on Monday next. j - , i i 0. J CHIVERW (Opposite Railway Station,, \SF{BUR™>N. IF YOU WANT A GOOD RELIABLE PUSH-CART, Sco our Stocks. We have them at all Prices, from 15/6 £ach* [ T. 11. UNDRILL AND CO., > HOUSE FURNISHERS,' Agent for Williamson's Famous Carts. ..Importers of Sturgi's Celebrated American Folding Cart&, also the famous All-British Empire Cart. i i CORRECT COSTUME FASHIONS AT CRAIGHEAD'S. I The latest stum in the wheel of » Fashion-crafb in COSTUME FASHIONS . . . is shown here at Oraighead's. Exclusive Styles, Charming New Materials, and Tailoring with a beauty of line and an air of distinction, that only well-tailored ' Costumes express. To be correctly costumed, be measured' at Craighead's. H. & E. CHAIGHEAD, TAILORS, ASHBURTON. BOYS' SUITS. The:t>erkysttft A T\^E,HAVE JUST OPENED out a New Line in BOYS' DERBY SUITS, In All Sizes. WE have instated the best electrically driven Lawn Mower Sharpener it is possible to procure, and our equipment is now unexcelled in New Zealand. Work is finished absolutely satisfactorily, untl wo are able to sharper Horse Mowers up to 4 feet wide. —Ai John Orr and Co.'s Kn-< Street Store. A LTJMINU3T, Brass, and Enamelled £%. Preserving Pans; good durable articles. From 7s to 25k.— iJ; John Orr 'and Co.'s East Street Store. : 1 76

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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