BUSIMESS-NOTJCES. BURGESS'S BOOT SALE NOW ON. NEVER has tho Public of Ashburton had the opportunity of Purchasing GOOD SOLID MEN'S AND . , WOMEN'S ,'•_ •■ ■ BOOTS •"' AND SHOES. • In the Latest Shapes,' at such a S LOW PRICE As I am now offering- to you. y I guarantee no Cardboard or brown .'" Paper in th«iae Goods, and No Old Stock. Goods Displayed Outside of Shop. Take a Walk along, it will Pay V ju. F. BURGESS., BURNETT STREET, (Opposite "Guardian" Office). THE NOTED SHOP FOR REPAIRS. n 515
WHY IT IS .PROFITABLE TO INSTAL THE JORDAN SYSTEM OF HOT WATER ; SERVICE. "OECAUSE you are always assured J»J> of a plentiful supply of hot watei ' quickly. The boiler is similar to those used on the Railway and other engines. and being made of bras; gun metal will not rust out the galvanised cylinders, which so, .often happens with the -as+, iron boilers. ■ The .life of the Jor- ( daw Boiler is considei-ably longer than ' any other. Can be -fitted* to any'make of Range or .-Register without taking it but. We -execute all kinds of REPAIRS jand light engineering work. ,i 'Phone 25i. E. J. HYDE, Sanitary Plumber, Gas, Hob and Cold Water Engineer, BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON. , " BE WfSE TO-DAY; 'TIS MADNESS i TO DEFETI." "g_|j'ARVEST is over, and money will ( ja ~a- soon be plentiful, so order your NEW SUIT now. The, increase and reputation which ; our Tailoring Department is gaining is sufficont guarantee of the Style and "Quality of our SUITS. YOU WANT the Best that Money can buj-, and wo :lre ready to give it. SWANSON, ! • BURNETT STREET. I ASHBURTON.
T" HAVE recently landed a largo -*- quantity oi" the following seasonable lines. All new bright stock, no out-of-date rubbish, which I am no.w offering at prices that must command a ready sale—namely: Plough Chains from 3/6 pair.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 "iS/- doz. Bright Cast Eames from 7/6. Best Quality Plough Lime 1/4. lb. Bag Hooks, 1/6 each. Iron Stake Hammers, 4/- each. Wood Mauls from 6/0 each. Steel Spades from 4/6 each Digging Forks from. 4/- each. Double Edgo Hedge Slashers, from 5/- each. Single Edge Hedge Slashers, from i/- each. Hedge Shears, from 4/6 each. ETC., ETC.
CEO. REDDENS, THE PEOPLE'S SRONMONGER, ASHBURTOK I ''■', ■ ' . _■;_ ' SPARKLET Syphons—an msinntantaneous method of making pure yErated Waters, or Crating Fruit Syrups, Milk, AVines, etc.- 'C sixe a,fi 7s 6d each. —At Jolin Orr and Co.'s Enst Street Store. ' 17G
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8816, 12 March 1914
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