BUSINESS tfOTIotS. I HAVE recently landed a large? quantity vof the following seasonable lines. All neiv bright stock, nor out-01-date rubbish,, which I am now offering at prices that must command a ready/sale—namely: Plough Chains from 3/6- pair. Leading Chains from 7/- pair. Tug Chains from 2/- pair. Back Chains from 2/- each. Dog Chains from 1/- each. Plough Shares—all sizes—from 16/- doz. ' Bright Cast Harries from 7/6. Beat Quality Plough Lime' 1/4. Ib. Bag Hooks, 1/6 each. % Iron Stake Hammers, 4/- each. , Wood Mauls from 6/9 eac'rt. Steel Spades from «/6 each - Digging Forks from 4/- each. . Double Edge Hedge , Slashers, from 5/- each. Single Edge Hedge Slashers, . from nj- each. Hedge Shears, from 5/6 each. ETC., ETC. 1 , GEO. MEDDINS, THE PEOPLE'S IRONMONGER, ASHBURTON". YOUR AUTUMN SUIT? " ' YES ! '< NOW is the time to order your Smart Autumn Suit, and have it ; burned out in a manner that reflects credit on the Tailors and gives the wearer the maximum of pleasure. ' / MCDONALD AND DUN LOP, TAILORS AND MERCERS, East Street. Ashburton PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. ALL KINDS KEPT IN STOCK. Large assortments of Papers. Seltona, Kodak, Velox, W.S.C. Paper, Bromide Papers, and Kodak Films. ' Large Stocks of different sizes of Plates, both Imperial Paget, and Eoyal Standard. ALSO— i Plate Kodaks. Tudor Cameras. Post-card Kodaks. I Plate Century. Pocket Primo Camera. R. TOTTY, CHEMIST, BURNETT STREET. BOYS' SUITS. The Derby Sufh WE HAVE J¥ST OPENED out a New Line in BOYS' DERBY SUITS, In All Sizes. j^OTHINGFAGTORYiI ' Iwwtithihiiiiwhiii iiiiiuni ,„ minium li i iTirwnwnrTir* ■ '—/.
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8810, 5 March 1914
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8810, 5 March 1914
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