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BUSINESS NOTICES. ~~" " ' \ Great Routoval Sale. FOR TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS ONLY, ; COMMENCING 3rd MARCH. : In order to open our new Ashburton Warehouse with Goods absolutely free from stain, we are determined to CLEAR OUT EVERY ARTICLE SHOWING THE SLIGHTEST SHOP-WORN SIGN. Musical instruments and Rflysic. !,AT 25 TO 75 PER, CENT- ■ OFF USUAL PRICES! { PIANOS by World-Known Makers BANJOS, MANDOLINES ' ORGANS,'for House, Church, or ACCORDEONS Hall ' VIOLINS GRAMOPHONES and RECORDS . PLAYER PIANO ROLLS. BRASS INSTRUMENTS, by" Hawkcs MUSIC. and-Boosey. A Sheet and Album. FLUTES PICCOLOS . Assorted £1 Parcels for 2/6. CLARIONETTES Notwithstanding Tremendous Reductions ALL PIANOS AND ORGANS can be Purchased during "Sale on our Easy Terms of Payment System. DO NOT '"DELAY YOUR VISIT! DRESDEN "PIANO CO, LTD. EAST STREET ASHBURTON. \ (Next;Collins and Co.) H. P. EVANS, Manager. „,, M.IIHI I LIJHUB—MIW-XIIIIIMII a"!' - '' TO THOSE ABOUT TO BUILD I have had nearly 30 Years' BUILDING EXPERIENCE in .[A.shburton. ' IF YOU are thinking of BUILDING a NEW HOUSE, •fIjRAIN SHED, STABLES, or and other Building or ADDIffIONS, write or see me, and you will get every satisfaction. ,COME to me, and 1 will prepare your Plans. 'a B B or aE3 J .BUILDER, 48 MOORE STREET' WEST, (Opposite Farmers' Co-op. Yard). 'Phone, No. 105. I BE FSRST IN THE FASHSQ^. AUTUIilt' ';|^;i .WIN \ tn THE EARLY ARRIVAL OF THE NEW SEASON'S GOODS GIVES OUR LADY CLIENTS AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEAD THE FASHION IN ASHBURTON. WE HAVE MADE A MOST'CAREFUL SELECTION OF THE CHOICEST MILLINERY, COATS, ETC., AND HAVE NO HESITATION 1 IN CALLING THIS SEASON'S VALUE THE ESS»%«S\o m oK'-™ PARIS MODELS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, WINGS AND QUILLS—At Gilt-edge prices. SEAL TOQUES . AND BEAVER HATS. ' SMART FELT HATS ready for service at 7s 6d. HANTLES, COSTUMES, COATS, in great variety. .Now shapes for the colder weather. BLOUSES in NAVY, CREAM and BROWN. . ■ „__„.. READY FOR SERVICE COSTUMES in NAVY.. BLACK, BROWN, ETC. j, >^L Ar:S IES & GENTLEMENS J^^\ !►£?'! COMPLETE OUTFITTERS. • I / j . L vy,\- m t~ Li(: A a >j2^-**Tmv™3rzVT l M HHi M II B||ll■ rT"i Jjy^*> ■''"Tr" ' 'tm 'ii iw 'i im ihi 11 in imi h iihiiiiiiii m m ■■■"»■- j^c.™-. «wso*-if'"" -•* » '" „ ' ■" I - Tie fad that the HUPiiOBILE AUTOMOBILE CO. I have fiticd tlio WESTIKGHOCJSK SEL^-STARTIIfG & ' | ■LIGHTING SYSTEM, shows that they must have the ? BEST, os the WESTINGILOUSE system*is fitted to prac- f tically all the HIGH PRIG]':!) CARS. | Another bhipment of tlie "32" 11. P. HUPS, wifch or I without Soli-starters, io airivi? ;il the end of this month. f INBPKGTBCM ■ SftVITEB. J R. D. JOHNSTON, AGENT, — ASHBURTON. I BUTCHERS' Knives and Steels— "OARGAINS at Fletcher Bros.' ClearWilson's, Rodger'?, and Taylor's JLJ> _ ing _ Sale—Sparklet Syphons, —as used in nil "the Freezing Yv'orks. clearing price 3s 6d each. Djiisy Fly Prices from Is 3d each ; also ""Washita. Killers lOd each. Mortpin, the* great ■Carborundum, all best Slnnes—At John Fly Destroyer, lOd per tin. Keating';? Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 17G Insect Powder, 6d and lid per tin. B m Mender lOd per bottle. Mather's Fly Papers, 6d per dozen. Tanglefoot Fly TEA, Tea.—A first-class Tea at ]« 3d l>a Pers> 6d per dozen. At— lb, by the clip»t Is 2d. Some FTirrrmrj IWOQ' may imitate our price,, but none our I'lJMUfcLfciil J3lU){>. sSr BUXt°n and Tl!OmaS ' TZ'iangle ! 1 63 ClearLn S Sale. '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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