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' IUStNESS NOTtCES. A BIG PROBLEM OF TO-DAY, AMID A BBG BUSINESS PROPOSI-TION-TO HELP BTS SQLUTBON. ■ * Re-Organisation of a Well-known Business . with the object of supplying the General Public with RELIABLE HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, . «■. . MERCERY, BOOTS AND SHOES ON STRICTLY CASH TERMS, AT PRICES WHICH WILL SHOW A BIG SAVING TO BUYERS, After very careful and mature consideration, following over Twenty-one .Years' Business Experience in Ashburton, we have reached a decision concerning the question of " Which is the better System of Business—ALL CASH, or PART CASH and .". . PART CREDIT?".. We.give our candid opinion in favour of an " ALL CASH " System, firmly believing it to be the BEST in our own and our Customer's interests. It is a well known fact hat Credit means Larger Profits in order to cover the extra expenses and losses the system entails; whereas in a strictly Cash Business these expenses and lo;>;.> rie avoided, and CUSTOMERS GET THE BENEFIT. "ALL CASH" means LOWER PRICES, and help to REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING! OUR SPECIAL RE-ORGANISATION SALE CONTINUES TO MARCH 21, and up to that date we are allowing TEN PER CENT. CASH DISCOUNT off ALL CASH PURCHASES, or GOODS of CUSTOMERS own Selection to the VALUE of 2s 6d in the Pound. ON MONDAY, MARCH 23rd, WE RE-OPEN TO DO BUSINESS ON A STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM, WITH NO HALF MEASURES. Prices will come down* and remain at the lowest possible margin of profit; we anticipate more Cash Business with a Bigger Turnover as compensation for Smaller Profits. LARGE SHIPMENTS OF NEW GOODS FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER REQUIREMENTS ARE NOW ARRIVING, AND WILL BE MARKED AT SPECIALLY FINE CASH PRICES. We are sure that if our Customers will continue the generous support accorded us during the past 21 Years. We can save them Pounds a Year by an " ALL CASH " SYSTEM of doing Business, and give them BETTER SERVICE in every way.

CASH DRAPER, ETC., DIRECT IMPORTER. 89, 90, 91. EAST STREET. THE "HOW & THE "WHFRE HOW m J WHERE ' ?■ MOTOR CAR & CYCLE ? | TROUBLES. ' knowing just "how-" and "where" in effecting motor car or cycle repairs makes all thp difference when ths account comes in. Inexpert tinkering does more harm than good, and adds to the account in a most distressing manner. The latest motor owner of times finds himself in a corner, and needs the advice of an expert. Generally speaking, and apart from simple adjustments, faults, and overhaulings should be the ,work of an Expert Motor Engineer. He knows the "how" and"where," and his charges are oased upon rapid, execution of the necessary work. 1 JAS. E. RULE is an Expert Motor Engineer, and employs only expert workmen. His Cass Street Garage is fitted with' all modern tools for the rapid and efficient handling of all motor r.^anrs, adjustments, etc. CHAEGES AEE STEICTLT MODEEATE EOE HIGH GEADE WOEK ONLY. Coupled with the Eepairing and Selling of Cars, is the stocking of the most ef^cient MoteT Tyre on the market, THE MICHEUN TYRE. The following are the Sizes and Prices:— Square Tread Covers. Studded Covers. Tubes. £ s. d. £ s. d. £. s. d, 700 x 65 ... 2 1 0 0 12 0 710 x 90 ... 3 7 0 4 11 6 14 3 760 x9O ... 3 13 6 ; I 13 6 1 5 li SlO x9O ... 316 0 ■, ■ ■ 5 5 8 1 7 J 765x105 ... 4 19 3 6 12 3 19 0 -15. x 105 ... 5 7 0 7 5 0 1 10 9 .75 x 105 ... 5 15 0 - 7 14 C 1 12 9 20 x 120 ... 6 7 0 7 18 0 1 16 6 >. 3 x 120 ... 617 9 . 811 9 119 , v 2O-x 120 ... 7 4 9 8 19 6 2 1 b .95x135 ... 717 3 10 0 3 . 2 3 9 '^35x135 ... 8 4 0 10 11 3 2 4 9 .50 x 3 ... ]2 11 0 4 8 6 016 6 30 x 3£ ... 3 18 6 5 8 9 14 0 }2x3J. ... 4 5 6' 516 9 ' 1 510 34x4 ... 515 6 JLJL.A ...'^ .1.11 6

NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. (Established 1859). CAPITAL £1,500,000. PREMIER AND WEALTHIER COLONIAL COMPANY. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS; ALSC RISKS ON GROWING CROPS, WOOL. THRESHING MACHINES, Etc., AC CEPTED AT LOWEST CURRENI ■ KATES. LIVE STOOK INSURANCE, including FOALING RISKS, Etc. iIiCOLL BROS., AGENTS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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