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IUSINESI NOTICES. Are now opening their For Autumn & Winter Wear • / . ■ Write us your requirements.. ' • ORDERS BY POST receive Prompt and Careful Attention. . ' PATTERNS of the NEW. MATERIALS , ; for Dresses, Blouses, etc., sent Post i Free on request. '•■.■,. .. . '•>-" J \ We pay postage on all Drapery and ! Dress, and allow a Discount of 1/off every £ for Cash. . . BALL ANT YNES } Christchurch ' '. . . ■» T" II f~ O C D/""\ I M"T~O interest you if you are thinking | HIOL rU I INI IO of buying a Motor Car. . . Many cars »r# uuilt cheaply m order to meet a popular demand for cheapness rh» " OVERLAND " car is also born of necessity, but in a rather different nnse The" Overland 1' is built to meet the demand for Reliability, Comfort, and Cok»..' 4*iot. ' RE LI ABU iTY is features '*> every piece of Mechanism in the "Overland," Tom the pc /erf ul, eilent-runnin fc "mgiae down to the door hinges. COMFOr r is fout'd in the luxurious, deep-seated body and in the soft, springy w bolstering which renders a trip on the roughest road a joy ridf ; a tra< £of glass. . .... .„../ CONViNIENCE is found in the Electric Self-starter, which doeß away with the old ashioned cranking, tmd in the brilliant electric lights, which, . . . whether the car is standing or running may he switched on and off by simply turning a knob. WEBBER AND SMILY, LTD.. AGENTS; _- ■ _ ; ■ __x - ■-r ji* ] "™TF THRESHING MILLfjOWNERS. ' The undersigned has a full stock of all your requirements, including— Perforated Zinc, all sizcis (very heavy) Packing in Genuine Tuck's, Immitation Tuck's, Asbestos round, Yarn and Sheet. .. , Hemp. Chalk, etc. ■ '". Marhine Oils, in 4-gallon Tin 6, at .3/6 gallon. Castor Oil, in 5-gallon Drums Copper Rivets, in all sizes. Gauge Glasses and Washers. ENGINEER'S TOOLS IN ENDLESS VARIETY. CHAFF CUTTER OWNERS will find tkaf I am in a .tosition to supply everything they require. I specialize in all kin. Is of Files, particually 12in. Chaff Cr.iUr. Files, at very LOW PRICES. INQUIRIES CORDIALLY INVITED. | GEORGE MEDDINS, i TFM PEOPLE'S IRONMONGER ABHBUKTON.

MAKING COUGH MIXTURE I AT HOME. ' FAMOUS RECIPE USED ALL OVER NEW ZEALAND. Hean's Essence—for preparing good home-made cough mixture —is used from one end of New Zealand to the other. It was needed in the homes of ' the people, is being increasingly used, and is appreciated wherever used:— ' "Will you please post a' bottle , of ' Hean's Essence to my daughter at address enclosed. I have found great relief from taking the mixture I made. —Mrs. J. Shackelton, Te Koroa, Mangonui." "Will you please, send two ;more bottles of Hean's Essence. The last bottle has proved that il'is we'll worth sending f oi\—Mrs. W. A. Jury, Devon - Street, New Plymouth.'' ' •'Please send me another bottle^ of Hean's Essence. The pin^of mixture I made from the last bottle has proved the best cough medicine I have ever used.—H. King, Tnparoa Bay, East Coast, North Island." - ■ «c "Please post another bottle of your Hean's Essence. We have found the, mixture we prepared from theVlast,--bottle ljoth the best remedy for colds we have ever used, and a long way the cheapest. —A. Shearsby, Awapuni, Palmerston North." ■ Such evidence as to the medicinal ' value and wonderful cheapness of Hean's Essence is growing daily Get a bottle from your chemist or grocer to-day, and finish according to the simple directions Then, if it doe£ - not prove the finest cough remedy for general family purposes you have' ever used, send me the empty^ bottle and packet, and 1 will promptly-retum your money, in full. The saving is yours— the risk is mine. Hean's Essence is sold by most chemists and grocers, or post free on receipt of price, 2/-, from G. W. Hean, Chemist, Wanganui. Be sure you get Hean's Essence, as no oiher will do." '23 BE SENSIBLE AND THINK LOGICALLY ! ! I KNOW thru others get Worried, becaiiho BARKER, BOOT SI-lOP, TANCRED STREET, - ' Is Busy. But I can 3t help it. People will come because I Sell Footwear Cluiap, and then you know "No man ever made real progress without bumping someone." BOOT REPAIRING UP-TO-DATE^

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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