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WANTED. ■ - 3 W ANTED~Business Position by ff energetic young man, indoor or outdoor work.—Apply A.8., this office. WANTED— Boys and Girls over 14 M years old. Good wages.—Apply Woollen Mills. 3 f WANTED Known—Miss Munro may be consulted at the local j branch (To-Morrow). Dresses and Cos- . tumes to order. 3 71 WANTED Known.—Sale, , Sale— , Great Sale of Rotherham and' , other Watches. See Windows. Bar- . gams in Watches, all guaranteed.— Crooks, Watchmaker. 3 74 /TVAZORS— Percy's 8s Gd guaranteed JLhj Razor is splendid value. Shaving Outfits from 7s 6d. G r REEN Fireproof Enamelware— Saucepans, etc., very durable antf better than the ordinary Enamelware. —At John Orr and Co.''s Enst Street Store. 1 7g ' "TRIUMPHS" Vx)OP THE POOI* IN THREE DAYS' TRIALS. P.ivate Owner's Cljmjs—-Ist and 2nd. Trade Class—lst, 2nd, and 3rd. Teams Competition—lst. Petrol Competition Test—lst. ' Against 27 riders of all the Leading Makes of Motor Cycles. The above proves'that the "TRI* UMPH" is "the" Motor Cycle fo_ reliability and economy. D. H. EDGAR, Ashburton. Representative ADAMS A^D CO. LTD., Christchurch. "IT7ARM Weather Requirements.— ▼ w Bloggs's Crushed Fruit Syrups, Orange, Lemon, etc. Usual price ls 3d per bottle, clearing, price 6d per bottle, ' 5s 6d per dozen. Lemon Juice, usual price ls 6d per bottle, clearing price 9d per bottle. Dyson's Lemon- Squash ls per ' buttlg, \ Guaranteed Ship's Lime Juice ls per. bottle, Price's Ginger ! Wine Essence lOd per bottle, to make from 6 to 8 bottles of delicious Ginger Wine. FLETCHER BROS.' I 53 Cash Supply Stores- ' METAL Meat, Safes—keep the Flies away. Very durable and indis* pensable to every home—los Gd, 12s 6d, los 6d, 17s 6d.—At John O** and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 NURSERY Hair* Lotion kills the nit* and keeps the children's heads clean and sweet /Is a bottle, Bonnington's- Pharmacy. , 1 4l - GALVANISED Iron Pig Troughs, , * 'very clean aud .durable, far ahead " of wood, and last longer. 3ft. at 13.< 6d, 14ft. at 16s, sft. at 20s.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 7(1 PEARS' Cyclopedia (new edition), containing 20 Sections, 31 pager of Maps., Also, Flags of All Nations in colour. A veritable mine of information that should be oil the bookshelf of every home and library. ' H. M. JONES, Bookseller and Stationer. BONNINGTON'S Liver Tonic is elli cacious in all Liver Complaintscleanses the system, and makes life worth living. 2s Gd a bottle. —Bonnington's Pharmacy. '_ 41 SLUGGISH Liver, causing headaches, indigestion, flatulence and drowsiness quickly dispersed by .taking a bottle of our Liver Tonic, 2s Gd a bottle.—Bonnington's Pharmacy. NURSERY Hair Lotion—a necessity in every home where the children go to school .Keeps the head clean of parasites and the scalp healthy, ls a 1 bottle, Bonnington's Pharmacy. 111 SLIP POCKETS. TO'MOTOR-CAR OWNERS. NOW that the' Warm, Dusty, Wea-. ther is with us, you will require a neat well-made Slip Cover for the Hood when closed, to prevent soiling, fading, and'to keep out tho du.t. Made in Hoodite and Duck. Prices from 255. EDW. NEW, Practical Car and Gig Trimmer, , Tancred Street (near Glenio's Stable.). umma___mw__mtamtsa_sxsmfiixass^M^^ FUNERAL NOTICES. W. K. ALEN, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND ■ '. ' FURNISHER. _ <New Premises, No. SO, Trianglo, Ashburton.) TVITORTUARY Caskets in Gale, Rim* _tJL and other woods. ' Funerals conducted in Town or Coua. 'try. First-Class Conveyances. Charge* t moderate. Private Residence—3o Grey Street, near-High School. * • . ~ Telephones 230 and 231.' ' Agent for J. Tait, Monumental MAson, Christchurch. Monuments and Grave Stones, ro> . lettered and gilded. , BAKER BROS., ■ COMPLETE FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS. ! Telephone 69. BUSINESS Address: Corner Cass Street find Wakanui Road. Private Residence: Corner Cass ane* - Cameron Streets. mmmmmmMtnmßßßememmattßEssoßmM,i\\mimm ALARM Clocks Sor the heavy sleep** and early riser from 5* 6_, Peep - ! o' Day 8s Gd. The famous "Big Ben," King of Alarm Clocks, at 12s 6d.—At Joiin Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 7i>

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

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

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