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■USINESS NOTICES, Whssa "played out" In the game of lire, j " Take a cup ol EAVEN TEA' I ABSOLUTELr PURE 1 It is securely packed in aroma-proof , _ j/ackages in our, own factory, and, until opened in your homo, has no chanco of being adulterated or of coming in contact with dust, dirt 2 .. germs or unclean hands. it . - ■ A Tea with & Reputation., TURTILL ; AND HIS MANY CUSTOMERS. ( ft ""'■■" ■•■*•"' \ m m These Tyres-S^ '11 ' /%W\ owing' *<» tl»e 11 ■ a/» high qualitir II { ■ '// 11 of Rubber 1 B // I and Fabric « §• // 1 -rf f b f *wrl: Hi / / X construction... » ■•/ / 8 eMi|yg'veti>e « ■ «/ / i Bgst Service. || 1// I For Wear,. 1 ■ /./ I Comfort.... I '«P-\ Sh 'Beware of Imitations. .• M ,j. li^W;;Ot»ltpP RUBBER CO/ » T U RT! Lf Is not a Professional Salesman, ;".,"'.'.:' .;/.■ hvfr : ■'./. ; : .-•■: A Thoroughly-trained Cycle Mechanic. RESTASSyRED M: »§ there are no better; . |f^' « quafity-or better.- |f|JJ:t •§. ■.wearing;^ j^eslin ;;f| ,^/ •I * the^orls-t!ia^. : ; || A You can-;- always vdy^p] 'W oil a big mileage and || Ij :. .» continokl satisfaction || \\ ■■:; I by :using-these: reliable 1|4:; •|:tyres, 'which can .be^P, II obtained irbm ; ,anj'fclt 1■• ■■; Cycle Agent. ■/V-|C; % DON'T ACCEPTan IMITATION |ff || -have THE BEST, they bear f/»V ;||; |fU ■ / DUfILOP RUBBER &Cr£m.JW'' ' VV»*l^&■'•'AM- "ATE 3 MWMW*. " ■;• TURTILL AND DUNLOP Save the Cycling Public

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

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

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