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BUSINESS NOTICES. 1914 RESULT: (32 H.P., .5-Seater) COSVIES FIRST IN OPEN'" CLASS. •GAINING 1000 MARKS FOR RELIABILITY' i '■-.■; , ■ V ■■<l AND OBTAINING GOLD MEDAL. A!so: first prize for lowest petrol consumption: the only car in the open class to make an absolutely non-stop run. /The above test held last week is another proof that the " HUP " is invincible. New Models arriving in a few days with and without self-starters. R. D. JOHNSTON, AGE^T• ASHBURTON.

YOUR, AUTUMN SUIT? i YES t NOW is the timo to order your Smart Autumn Suit, and have it | burned out in a manner that reflects ; credit on the Tailors and gives the wearer the maximum of pleasure. ■ - MIU CUM LOP, TAILORS AND MERCERS, Easb Street. Ashburton j COUNTRY ORDERS.' I ■ ~ * "|" Make a special point ,_,[' coun- > X try orders, .r;iving prompt and careful, service. AH goods securely packed and delivered to rail or coach. Each order has my personal supervision. Hampers for I?icnio and Fishing > Parties at Shortest Notice. Wedding, Birthday, and Christening Cakes.. - ■• Catering for all Functions. I HAVE LEFT UNSOLD A FEW CHOICE XMAS. NOVELTIES . . AND CHOCOLATE BOXES, . . . WHICH I HAVE SPECIALLY REDUCED TO EFFECT QUICK SALES. . . ..' I EVERYTHING OF THE BEST. STEPHEN MADDEN, PASTRY COOK, CATERER, , AND CONFECTIONER, as£ Street. Ashburton. (JOGGLES for Threshing and ChaffX cutting, new pattern brand. . At 9d pair—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. " 1 76

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8816, 12 March 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8816, 12 March 1914

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