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BUSINESS NOTICES. Record Extraordinary, TO The Greatest Performance) ever put up by a Car in New Zealand has just been madej by a j And a Great Record has } been established. I The Model "H" Hupmobile (32 h.p.) Car left Pictonr on Monday afternoon at 1' o'clock, - and. ran right through to, Dunedin, a total of '• ' _ 0O ililuo 1 j. In the record time of * Records were put up as follows: Picton to Christchurch \l 250 miios in 8 hours 45 minutes 'Christchurch to Timaru In 3 hours 15 minutes Christchurch to Dunedin 246 miles (in darkness) : In 8 hours 40 minutes. | TotaSs —, , | PSGTON to DUNEDI'N 486 miSes in 17 hours ,25 minutes. -I,' The average speed, including . crossing of rivers, and also including nine 1 hours' driving in the dark, works out at over 28ilLES PER HOUR Which is a Phenomenal Performance. —' R. D. JOHNSTON, AGENT, ASHBURTON. 2 416

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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