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}'• BUSINESS NOTICES. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT — ON — FRIDAY NEXT, MARCH 6th. MELLOR AND CO START THEIR t-'SRST GREAT STOCKTAKING SALE. . DON'T FORGET: THERE WILL BE GREAT BOOT BARGAINS FOR ALL. REMEMBER—9 O'CLOCK FRIDAY, MARCH 6. — AT — V MELLOR & CO., ZEALANDIA BOOT STORE, TANCRED STREET, ASHBURTON. • \ : ' • t , ' ■i "'.'..■ J^ "^V ___^_P SEEN THE NEW AUTUMN U <&^SS^OYti& FASHIONS AT HEFFORD'S? ■/■Sf^S^^Ef^SLv. X not > make y°ur business U ft S^J^^cMS^^ There's a gorgeous display of \vJill!lSKM»^ everything that's beautiful in V^Hw™ MILLINERY AND WOMEN'S «* Eeally lovely " is the opinion of those who have inspected them. The daintiest << creations " that eyes ever beheld. . Smart Costumes, too, that the most fashionable women . . will be pleased to don. .., ._„_,. » ] Innumerable is the selection of elegant and attractive wear I go make a point of seeing HefEord's New Autumn . . / ' h display soon. , G. HEFFORD & CO., I THE CORNER - - - ASHBURTON.

ifnSifell^ $ Consumption can. be 'lsl3Si 1 l Prevented'; if '; Coughs ] Md C°ld* be tr®ated '/▼ mSmT ianfs Bißffl Nature, in collaboratioa with Science, provide* fUrai raSH us with no greater remedy for Coughs, Coldi, ' HHi lS& Asthma, Bronchitis, Cat&rrh, Croup, fKJfi J/gg Incipient Consumption and all Waiting . - B9 Diseases than Lano's Emulsion. . . Jgffi IMS ' It is so good that doctor* freely recommend it ; ** |S\ anc^ thousands, who have derived benefit from ' its' 'u3e, enthusiastically advise friend* and ' acquaintances to vie it. . YOUR AUTUMN SUIT? For children or for adult*, for men or for women, it ii equally efficacious—restoring ~ health and strength, eradicating disease* and YES ! weakness, and checking the development of v.- ' ' deadly Consumption. It soothes and disinfect* ;• turned out in a. manuor that reflects ' From Weston, Otage, N.Z.— ' credit on the Tailors and gives the "My wife wffertd horn w««knei«MKj general debility wearer the maximum of pleasure. for five ye«r«. and durihaAat rime took all wrt. and nuaici uii^ "'."■ i tind» of medicine* oider«l"by medical men, but none of them gave her any laibnj benefit. I wai advised ' ■■ to try Ljhio'i EmuUion, and did to, with the result ' that iaitead of being weak and ailing, my wife is quite _. v« «> ilk n i r-« n fel FB irt 3 S ft? IT AS> ' well again. We are always pleased to recommend MCDONALD ANB Ol^L®?, TAILORS AND MERCERS, r bott l e Emulsion M-y- Two _ , _, •■ • AoVih'ni-tnn sizes; at 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle; obtainable at -■ East Street. all stores and chemists.' The large size contain* ; ~" ~ ~~ "~~ more than two of the small bottle*. Avoid" :'. X OOK! Essence of Vine-ar to mal<o andemphasiseihe?n«ne"LaneV' ' JU 1 Gallon of Splendid Vinegar, Is Emu'swn--2d per bottle, of 3 bottles for 3s 3d. Sole Manufacturer: '■-Conceniratpcl Triple Essence to make E. G. LANE, Cheakt, Oamaru, N.Z. t about 6 bottles of spier-did syrup in the 'following flnvonrs at 8d per bottle-— gg f» 9 TE I .^•**,**«««» -, Orange, Champagno. Lemon Squash, |£g F 3.01005 Pineapple, and Appk Cider. The followinir at lOrl per bottie—Lemon, Rasp- Ra^PII^QP '(berry, and Ginger Wine. At— *-*^^C 4 Wl 9 C? flfltcher bros.' It's Good" CASH SU" TILY STORES. GINGER Wine Essence should be jSO£ g^|| |t|| used in every bonne. The carrcn- L^d &&<&& $M£i£ wm& native properties of ginger help to'pre-; ~~ vent summer diarrhoea. Is a bot«e.— j jj onn j n ptor,'s Phar^<»^"* ' 7; QIUMMER Neuralgia.—lnstant relief . ■ —— — '£3 of the distressing ililment obtained -■-■rA-m XT^« Another lot of the- by taking Bonnington's Neuralgia

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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