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BUSINESS NOTICES TURTILL AND ; HIS MANY CUSTOMERS. it JSk OVfin« to II m» #/ 1 of .Rubber. 1 ■ // IM^in their 1 •77 1 construction... » ■ •//■-- I easily give the .1 ■ H-- -■ ■ Comfort.,: I I /tyrdl I\ IMJ Bewar* pf Imitations. ; ff| '->jMf . '<* ' * "■'■',: \W ?"^^ DUNLOP RUBBER CO. ■ |.S3vjjr ALL STATES <f K.t •( TURTILL Is not a Professional Salesman, A Thoroughly-trained Cycle Mechanic. REST ASSURED; i|f " r,vthere-are;nobetter' :;:»^ .-' qiiality-or better ■:'^^,« : wearing lyres in. „ m y . ™ the ; iWorld-^than... .1; k ■.' \ I You can 'always rely AI L on a big mileage and 11 f continual, satisfaction 4 ] mby using these.reliable k\ J . iTyresi which can befcffi, liobtained' from any M^ I . Cycle Agent.. . IVf ||. DOAPr ACCEPran IMITATION W& \" li -have THE BEST, they bear this » |_ DUNLOP RUBBER CO^ r^^ WwS^' ' ' * \ 'Aa STATES J^'fejWK '; ■•■''. I i'L^^Sutl'tOP"'TYRES.-^^s, ® JTyRTSLL AND DUNLOP Save the Cycling Public '..■.■.. £ s. : d.,,''',;:'''■/.:.;■■ 1;.';;;,.' • *•.*■•. •. > ■. „«*v^ When "played out" In the game of life, Take a cup of , RAVEN TEA ABSOLUTELY POBC It is securely packed in aroma-proof f/ickages in our own factory, and, until opened in your home, has no chance of being adulterated or oi coming in contact with dust, dirt germs or unclean hands. A Tea with & Reput&tUn. If lUil/io2/\jHb i

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

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

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