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BUSINESS NOTICES. P"!!'^ WMWaWIH J^ ■■MBI ■ I 7 &^^ * THE LEiißß&i© < 111 \\ llfl'lftSll If!i!' wfflllllliill '• This' Department of our Business has ad- s?W Sll /\Jf IL/\- I I UtSl • vanceel in a Avonderful manner, and there is Iln '! \/l ft ' *.'« j\/ 1 I 1/111 i no doubt as to the cause of its growth. We I|\Bl if j VIS in i^f V I il I Ifl 1 stock the right goods—right in quality, fi 11 B, || _J^_| ' ill'LnJLn Iml 111 ■ design and price. "We have spared no effort *| \l l M " l' WBil|iillu vJifl jlßWHiiH U\\ )ai|7 ■|1 j in our desire to make our selection of these | A^ Y/ /. /,, ,i\ '''^W-jIWljf&L 111 ' goods''the finest and most up-to-date in the I|l r/^//. „, -wjk% M'jwM 111 Dominion. • Write for samples of any fur- 1 111 Japfe "; 'jX^Jj "' JMwM Bl j nishings you need, and we will forward by "II IV »%*—-- —^ " '' ■ **" - ij 111 return post a comprehensive range of samples If lltU . . . |[ 1118 from which you will have nc difficulty in JJ, i\fc !giir^'r"' ____^. .' ; making a selection. • -^3,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^3 CASEMENT CLOTHS in plain colours—Ecru, SPECIAL QUALITY SATEEN, absolutely Cream, Putty, Blue, 30in. wide, down-proof 9£d., lljd., 1/3, 1/6 a yard ' . 1/62, l/ 8£ a yard rMr .,_ .. A^.uo m. .. . _ PRICES FOR RE-COVERING DOWN QUILTS CASEMENT CLOTHS, 50in. wide, in Ecru, (work only) Cream, Putty Blue, Brown and Green . Fu n. sized Plain, 10/6 each l/4|, 1/6, 1/9, l/ 11. 2/3 a yard Pull-sized Frilled, 12/6 eacH POPLIN CLOTHS in Ecru, Cream, Putty, Grey, CRETONNES for Loose Covers and Curtains, Green and Brown, ,50in. wide Liberty' designs, on soft and effective 3/3 and 3/6 a yard colourings lljd., 1/I*, l/42i, 1/9, 1/11 to 2/11 a yard riassuS» CASEMENT , CLOTHS in Art McCLINTOCK* E.DER DOWN UU.LTS, BM. W, l/6i, ./«, VI. 2/0 a yard Bi°Ble "^ 23/ 6, 32/0, 37/6, 49/6 each , WASHING SATEENS for recovering Eider- McCLINTQCK'S EIDER DOWN QUILTS, down Quilts, new and pretty shades double bed size IOSd., lljd., 1/li, 1/3J a yard 29/6, 32/6, 39/6, 59/6 to 90/- each We have a Large Staff of Skilled Operaiioes for manufacturing Blinds, ' Curtains, and Loose Covers. .'. Let us submit Estimates for this Work. , ; Sole Agents for LSBERTVS, LONDON.

o/ my Success! 15- j ' _■ - f & Remedy for Tbirott and Lung Trouble* If you have a cold that js* persistent, a cough tfiat troubles you, ot any affliction of the throat or lungs, then it is your duty to yoursejf to try Lane's Emulsion —the medicine-food that relieve* at once and euro if faithfully used. „.,.,, . , It is composed of the following highly curative and nutrient inaredients: —Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, Beechwood Creaiote, Hypophoiphites of Lime and Soda and Fresh Egg«. Any doctor will tell you that such a combination, accurately proportioned and carefully prepared, win Lane's Emulsion, must prove of the greatest value as a lung-healer and body-builder. Lane's Emulsion is sold in two sizes, at 2J6 and 4/6 per bottle, by aD chemists and stores. ' Sole Manufacturer: E. G. LANE, Chemist. Oainaru, N.Z. 11 TOOL Grinding made easy and inexpensive. Every farm should possess a "Milwissus" Tool Grinder. Has machine-cut gears and high-grade grinding wheels. Does reliable work easily, and will last a lifetime. No. 1 size at 20s, No. 2 at 265, at John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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