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BUSINESS NOTICES. \ mmmmm^mmmmmmmnmm — —»win——— ■'—-» — —' i—■' ' » ■■' iw—■■>»—■t<—■———■_———xi Great Removal Sale. COR TWENTY-E.GHT DAYS ONLY, COMMENCING 3rd MARCH. In order to open our new Ashburton Warehouse with Goods abso- : lutely free from stain, we are determined to CLEAR OUT EVERY ARTICLE SHOWING THE SLIGHTEST SHOP-WORN SIGN. Musical Instruments, and Music. js :' ,/AT 25 TO 75 PER CENT. OFF USUAL' PRICES! * J '■• PIANOS by World-Known Makers BANJOS/MANDOLINES „ F ! ORGANS) for House, Church, or ACCORDEONS -' \\ •: : Halli VIOLINS / ;- GRAMOPHONES and RECORDS PLAYER PIANO ROLLS. [- f .'. BRASS INSTRUMENTS, by Hawkes MUSIC. , !• S ' ' and Boosev. , . Sheet and Album. I •X FLUTES, PICCOLOS . 1 ' Assorted £1 Parcels for 2/6. ' g ' CLARIONETTES ' '• . | * '* Notwithstanding Tremendous Reductions ALL PIANOS ArJTD j r. ORGANS can be Purchased during Sale on our Easy Terms ot Payment j j - f_ System. ■■_ j V, DO NOT DELAY/-YOUR VISIT! ' ■DRESDEN PIANO CO, LTD. ' EAST STREET -ASHBURTON. | 1' (Next Collins and Co.) H. P. EVANS, Manager. } ""---■ ' \ ._—_.—___J—■._«■)—Wl.l WW. ..ml,— p».^IMI .inwl_lT_H.linf.lll.l»liilllli— IiWII-l __»li Illi.il ■I ll .11—11.1 - I .. KJWUiMMIMMMfI - TO THOSE ABOUT TO BUiLD ._, X-liaye had nearly 30 Years' BUILDING EXPERIENCE in rAshburton. : IF YOU are thinking of BUILDING a NEW HOUSE, GRAIN"SHED, STABLES, or and other Building or ADDITIONS, write or see me, and you will get every satisfaction. COME to me, and I will prepare your Plans. ■■■"...-■h-.a. vesty,, BUILDER, 48 MOORE STREET WEST, (Opposite Farmers' Co-op. Yard). 'Phone,. No. 105. , BE FIRST SN THE FASHION. 1 , MODELS. MODELS. ■ THE E„RLY ARRIVAL OF THE NEW SEASON'S GOODS GIVES OUR LADY CLIENTS AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEAD THE FASHION IN ASHBURTON. WE HAVE MADE A MOST CAREFUL f • SELECTION OF THE CHOICEST MILLINERY, COATS, ETC., AND J HAVE NO HESITATION IN CALLING THIS SEASON'S VALUE THE | BEST WE. HAVE YET OFFERED. ' „ A _ TO ' vm iTfTQ 1 - TRIMMED AND UNTRIMME.D LONDON AND PARIS MODELS, g FLOWERS, FEATHERS, WINGS AND QUILLS—At. Gilt-edge I prices. ••' * | SEAL TOQUES AND BEAVER HATS. - „ 1 SMART FELT HATS ready for service at 7S Sd. .•■■ HANTLES. COSTUMES, COATS, in great variety. New shapes tor g the colder weather. BLOUSES in NAVY, CREAM and,BROWN . v „ mm READY FOR SERVICE COSTUMES in NAVY, BLACK, BROWN, ' ETO, • "'#> ' _«& li_* 'ladies & ce^tL^t^^^:^S[^^J^^ ' I^l COMPLETE OUTFITTERS. ■? ,-^^b_-<^ y 1 V^.^arereKas™*^^ '•*!_' "m'^ Ba™'B*T^A__ ■ *"~ "" J __„ -, ; " :"Ji,'4to,;imim ftfitiiirrn-' -'-"■"-"°"*'J-'*~l™-°"<—ii'—«_ E ■I—Minim i in ii I ■ "it -.~-»~~-. -. | —»"*""- ■ ' y . :,-- -j; :.; • j Tre fact that the HUPMOBILEyAUTOMOBILE CO. ; " have filled-tiie WESTINGEOUSE SELF-STARTING & I LIGHTING SYSTEM, shows that they must have the | " BEST, as the WESTINGHOUSE system"is'fitted to prac-Y 1 tically all the HIGH PRICED CARS: Another shipment of the " 32" H.P. HUPS, with or J ''■ without Self-sttirlers, to arrive at the end of this month. j INSPECTION INVITED...' j •R. D. JOHNSTON, j AGENT, — ASHBURTON. - . j »■■■■ i - — '*- ■ - BUTCHERS' Knives and Steels- BARGAINS at Fletcher Bros.' ClearWilson's, Rodger's, and Taylor's 33 . ing . Sale-Sparklet Syphons —as used in all the Freezing Works, clearing price 3s Gd each. Daisy Fly ScesTrom lsMeach; also Washita, Killers lOd each Mortem, the great CaSr Sin, all best Stones-At John Fly Destroyer, 10c! per tm. Keating^ Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 176 Insect Powacr, Gd and lid per tin. B y_ Mender lOd per bottle. Mather's _ly; • — " Papers, Gd per dozen. Tanglefoot Fly _, _ „ , , „, , , q,i Papers, 6d per dozen. At—y TEA, Tea.—A first-class Tea at Is 3d .*■ lb, by tho chest Is 2d. Some FLETCHER BROS;' may imitate'our price, but none our quality.—Buxton and Thomas, TnangLe x 53 Clearing SakC Stores. .("■■■'■■

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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