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■USINESt NOTICES. , mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmimmm^mimmK^tmmmmmm BALLANTYNES Are now opening their NEW GOODS ■ " -""*"*''" ,- • ____ For Aotamn & Winter Wear i Write us your requirements. ORDERS BY POST receive Prompt and Careful Attention. , PATTERNS of the NEW MATERIALS >\ * __ for Dresses, Blouses, etc., sent Post Free on request. :. . . *- ..•>•• • We pay postage on all Drapery and Dress, and allow a Discount of 1/off every £ for Cash. . . . BALLANTYNES Christchurch gp^g^H^ — | . j = , TUrCC D/*"^ I IVI "TO interest you if you are thinking I fl CO El I WI IM IO of buying a Motor Car. . . Many caw »r_ uuilt cheaply in order to meet a popular demand for cheapness. . . .':; ; Th© " OVERLAND " car is also born of necessity, but 'in a rather different nense The" Overland "is built to meet the demand for R.llablllty s/ - Comfort, and Cov-..'*ncf. \ RELIABII iTY is feature- ***< every piece of Mechanism in the "Overland," :rom the pc ?erful, 6ilent-runninis, engine down to the door hinges. - COMFOF r is fcuud in the luxurious) deep-seated body and in the soft, springy u» nolstering. which renders a trip on the roughest road a. joy ride m a tra/i of glass. CONViNIENCEis found in the Electric Self-starter, which does away with cue old ashioned cranking, and in the brilliant electrio lights, which^ ..*-.' whether tho car is standing or running may be switched on and off by simply taming a knob. ... " ■ • WEBBER AND SMI LV, LTD., AGENTS. DON'T BE SATISFIED *ITH AN OLD FASHIONED OUT-OF-DATE MOTOR CAR. YOU MAJ& TTBT AS WELL BE UP-T0 7 DATE. The new model "Overland" Electric is a Modern Car. in, «r«ry feature. / A . The "Overland" Electric Starter and lighting system ia abso- ..' lately, reliable- aud is not obtainable on any other car. -. *•- „. Ihe new 30-horse " Overland " is the lightest car on the' market-^ '?. embracing-every- modern -improvement in motor car construction. fou can buy cheaper cars, but in the "Overland" Electric at £385 complete you get something.that you cannot get in any other ■- car at any price. . * ' Bo up-to-date and buy the Up-to-Oata "OVERLAND." T ... 6 WEBBER AND SKHLY, LTD., AGENTS. i • ' _ | _ ■ i.' -ppAMllt' LABT : ////ll 'iff tiff 11\ U u\UW^\^ Further ileductions an round to ■ ll'Vii VAWA^_fe °*ear ®00(*s before the worjcroeH _____■■ JIB ___^P W\ ___.__\W' 3 ■■■■■■■_■■■_■_■__,_•! .(Opposite Railway Station^ 1 ' * * • ■"-~ ' . • .. . • The Pure Alcohouc «™«. : beverage @ ■ '■ *". * [ ' . HEADACHES AND j '— ~^- ' EYESTRAIN. .' . .. INABILITY to withstand light, blurring of tlie print, are/ SWAT THAT FLY. all evidences of Eyo Defect, whiclr. • " can only he cured by properly ■ EID your HOUSE or SHOP of these adjusted Glußßes- ■ 'J . , j.j-,oxo. Trrvivo My Consulting Room is at your* xluw . service. ! By buying a PATENT FLY TRAP. " ; It not only CATCHES the FLIES, but Consultation is free. ;•-" • . also Destroys any GERMS attached to , them; it's EVERLASTING, no FRANK CURTIS, ■* [ TROUBLE to use, and EFFECTIVE. ' ! PRICE 2/3. F.P.O.C, Opt. D., Ask PRIEST, the Solo Agent .for „ v ,_.,,>_.. , Ashburton, to show you one Member of N.Z. Optical ■ J Association, PRIEST, Consulting. Optician, ' THE CYCLE MAN, TRIANGLE. East Street—Ashburton;. • V -

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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