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(BUSINESS riOTIoeS, I HAVE recently landed a large . quantity of the following seasonable lines. All new bright stock, no out-of-dato 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 Hames from 7/6. - Best Quality Plough Lime 1/4. lb". Bag Hooks, 1/6 each. Iron Stake Hammers, 4/- each. Wood Mauls-from 6/9 each. . Steel Spades from 4/6 each Digging Forks from 4/- each. Double Edge Hedge Slashers, from 5/- eaoh. Single Edge Hedge: Slashers, ■■ Srom 4/- each. - Hedge Shears, from 4/6 each. ETC.,- ETC, CEO. lAEDDINS, TKE PEOPLE'S IRONMONGER, ASHBURTON.

YOUR AUTUMN SUIT? •' YES ! NOW is the time to order your Smart Autumn Suit, and. have it turned out in a manner that reflects credit on the Tailors and gives. the wearer the maximum of pleasure. McDonald and dunlop, TAILORS AND MERCERS, East Street. Ashburton ■ ~ j 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 i Plate Kodaks. Tudor Cameras. Post-card Kodaks. £ Plate Centuiw. Pocket Primo Camera. I R. TOTTY, CHEMIST, BURNETT STREET. BOYS' SUITS. The Derby Suit T¥7E HAVE JXJST OPENED out a * * New Line in BOYS' DERBY SUITS, ' In All Sizes.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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