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■USINESS NOTICES. BEATH'S | HOUSE FOR j iiiHOT ' CURTAINS AND i IKjKvf I ]|W!l|™ > FURNISHINGS I- BMHI' Vj.l|i Si|Yj -'^jffll : This Department of our Business has ad- Kip ■11 <^\]|| ill! 11/vl li I Wm'vanced in a wonderful manner, and there is . |I!M ■ llii \/11 rl iS/ll 1 I / 111 ' no doubt as to the cause of'its growth. "We (j jl ■j|| VI J h /|(i f | II ■ I Iff ' design and price. We have spared no.effort ffinil| Jffiill SJBJILL _'M J^PsffliflU |1 . in our desire to make our selection of these llflttiwr ' <///■ s** *£'y * ' $s& ''v*sW'fyssM lln ' I ) goods the finest and most up-to-date in the jf| ||V ; •■^M%. iwwrllJM Iffl Dominion. "Write for samples of any fur- .j[| li|r jM/mfh '*' ''**,# W' ■ lulti 1 ' nishings you need, and we will forward by || fin* "—"""^ V '■'"'" |! 111 return post a comprehensive range of samples If ijlfli . •■'• || \vm, j from which you will have no difficulty in Jlj aj]\|L- ; ' „, J^it^*_ !( ' - I ■'■ ! Popular Furnishing Fabrics. CASEMENT CLOTHS in plain colours—Ecru, SPECIAL QUALITY SATEEN, absolutely Cream, Putty, Blue, 30in. -wide, down-proof . . Hd., ll£d., 1/3, 1/6 a yard 1/63, 1/91 a yard ,-ActrMcrMT n ft Tuc zr,- n '-a ■ -n PRICES FOR RE-COVERING DOWN QUILTS CASEMENT CLOTHS, 50in. wide, in Ecru, Vwork nnlv 1* Cream, Puttyßlue, Brown and Green FulHsized Plain, 10/6 each . 1/45, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11. 2/3 a yard Full : sized Frilled, 12/6 each POPLIN CLOTHS in Ecru, Cream, Putty, Grey, CRETONNES for Loose Covers and Curtains, Green and Brown, 50in. wide Liberty designs, on soft and effective 3/3 and 3/6 a yard colourings . - . \ ■ ll£d., 1/li, 1/4J, 1/9, 1/11 to 2/11 a yard ' ' F'GSha Edes CASEMENT CL°THS ln Alt McCLINTOCK'S EIDER DOWN QUILTS, - BW. »ld, 1/61. 1/11, 2/3, 2/6 a yard "-^ -» ; WASHING SATEENS for re-covering Eider- McCLINTOCK'S EIDER DOWN QUILTS,-'' : down Quilts, new and pretty shades double bed size I 103 d., ll£d., 1/li, l/3i a yard 29/6, 32/6, 39/6, 59/6 to 90/- each i■•* ' , ' - i. I ■ ■ ;• 1 ■ i We have a Large Staff of Skilled Operatives for manufacturing Blinds, • Curtains, and Loose Covers. .'. Let us submit Estimates for this lVork> iEATH & CO., LTD. T*:= CHRISTGHURGH ! Sole Agents for LIBERTY'S, LONDON. 'WF^fM COLUMBIA-REN^, ' .. X/ j&s \W double, prrnonc Kf JKI% \Sz x sided r^t^v^^iAlJo. By As/rsv /"S Phenomenal New Records by x^B THE ELLERY BAND'%%?2r K*^^*'" /<^'^^^s c seiasatiorial success of the. first Columbia'-Ileria Records by Ss **———*^vH^^^^ *^c amo^ls Ellery Band is being repeated with this further series—just ready at all dealers. They stand far ahead of $r{v/Wwam /llJil ! any an^ records yo*i ever heard. . . The supreme ideal ! !> V/// Wf\ Sln IU \\V^P\^ NEW RECORDS BY THE ELLERY BAND.. m illMlllW 111 111 \\\\\^ \ 409. Vision —Morceau Caracterisque ... ; ... 12.inch lAV^t W> IMMfc* L°Ve'S "Dream Af^r the Ball ! 5/-each-. S4%T?\Y A~'B^l^#^ A PO.S"TCARD WILL BEING TOF ■ il ffl JD^#^! Complete Catalogues and New Descriptive List of Eecords MWriMß^r^l with si>ecimen copy of our Monthly Magazine. Columbia Will lM«B A ißr' Eecords are sold by all Stores and Dealers everywhere. Can be played on Graphophones and all makes of Gramophones. They wear Twice as Long as any other Eecords. 10 chivers & co., DCVCKAGC Music Specialists. H§CH STREET- .„■■■,.,■■.. ■ — ,A* " i i " i " ' in. i ■ „'OW IS THE TIME. SWAT, THAT FLY. _. ,^^ HOUSE or SHOP of theio FOR FURNITURE PISTS. Goto ! RING Your REPARS to HOW? By buying a PATENT FLY TRAP. D. CRASCSHEAD & CQ B| V. E. C. INGRAM, It not only CATCHES the FLIES, but also Destroys any GERMS attached to _ . TTmTTT ,^ . • PREMIER BOOT REPAIRNG them; it's EVERLASTING, ho mHEIR FURNITURE is r"cm FACTO RY TROUBLE to use, and EFFECTIVE. JL rnuMl" ' PRICE 2/3 • MADE WELL. LOOKS WELL. BURNETT STREET. Ask PRIEST; the Sole Agent for ™_ ' (Next Oaverhonse), ' ; Ashburton, .to show you one. . Desi ns Unique. Designs Unique. . PRIEST, ML Orders are out Very' Best of Leather Used, THE CYCLE MAN, TRIANGLE. ; PROMPTLY. „'■■ " " : WITH GOOD MATERIAL. Hand-Sewu Work a Specialty. BfIIMTIMCAnd HONEST WORKMANSHIP. m .„ , . .... iiRH p^ rilinM The 7ork will speak for itself. ~T . ■»» i* me wm y* TTAVING moved into my New MoPrices Reasonable. Moderate Charges and Every Expedi- ±1 tor-Cnr and Carriage.^Painting Try them. tion - \» :*», specially designed and one of A •> j.i,_ mn-t un-to-date Paint Shops m VICTORIA STREET. = CanSury?l am fuUy e^aipped for D. CRASGHEAD & CO., the CLEANEST PAINTER IN Painting Motor Cars and all Classes of (Oae Minute froru Post Oilice). ■ TOWN. , .., *^«j*g£^*l£& T QUOTE for all Kinds t, Work.- Varnisb Room. nama ) a TUST Landed.—A Consignment of 1 Sign Writing, House Painting, Large Stocks of Motor Car Enamels tl P,eak Froan's Biscuits in the fol- *nd Decorating, Graining, Paperhang- and Varnishes aj^ays on han<l--lowing varieties:—Pat-a-Cake, Short- Infc. Picture Framing, etc. , ITurn<u cake, Golden Puff, Royal Puff, Clotted The Latest Wall Papers, Picture 4O ____ r , r^ motor OAR ANQ Cream, Teddy Bear, Lemon Puff Cream, .VlouHings, and Stencils to choose ASHBTJBTON MOTOR OAR A^» Sailor Kin % Health, Billiken, Break- froi* " CARRIAGE PAINTING A\OKliß,. fast, Cafe Noir, Grand Beurre, Rivolli, . W« H. ALSH V (Right Opposite Hy. Stepheason, Savoy, Macaroons Small, Rusks, and Is Auctioneer), 6d tin Special Afternoon Tea.—Buxton TRIANGLE ' HAVELOCK STRE3T. and Thomas, Triangio Stores. (One Minute from Post Office). -> ' .

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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