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■USINESS NOTICES. : . / iAre now opening their . : : • For Autumn & Winter- Wear, • • ' - Write us your requirements. ORDERS BY POST receive Prompt s and Careful Attention. | PATTERNS of the NEW MATERIALS ! for Dresses, Blouses, etc., sent Post I Free on request. . . r . • •, , ■ i" ■ , ■ •-. . • j We pay postage on all Drapery arid I Dress, and allow a Discount of 1/- . : off every fi for Cash. . . .- BALLANTYNES Christchurch i. •

TM fO ET D/"^ I IVI "TO interest yon if you are thinking ( 71 ILOCL \ \J\ IM I O of buying a Motor Car. . . Many can »r« uuilt cheaply in order to meet a popular demand for cheapness. . . . . The " OVERLAND " car is also born necessity, but in a rather different sense The" Overland " is built to meet the demand for Reliability! Comfort, and Co»*..!*noa. RELIABII JTY is featureu '*» every piece of Mechanism in the "Overland,"' Tom the pc .rerful, eilent-runnin k engine down to the door binges. COMFOF T is foiu:d in the luxurious, deep-seated body and in the soft,. ' springy v; nolstering which renders a trip on the roughest road a joy ridr <*n a tra* £ of glass. . „ 1 CONY iNIENCE is found in the Electric Self-starter, which does away with the old ashioned cranking, and in the brilliant. electric lights, which, ... whether the car is standing or running may b« switched onjind olf by Biaiply turning a knob. ■. , WEBBER AKD SMILY, LTD., AGENTS. DON'T. BE SATISFIED iv'ITH AN OLD FASHIONED OUT-OF-DATE MOTOR GAR. YOU MAHS AS WELL BE UP-TO-DATE. The new model " Overland" Electric is a Modern Car in «v«ry feature. *• - V The "Overland" Electric Stafter and lighting system is abso-/ lutely reliable and is not obtainable on any., other car. '. ; : ; ■> . . The new 30-horse "Overland" is the lightest-car on, the marketembracing every modern improvement in motor,car construction: :Sfou can buy cheaper cars, but in the "Overland" Electric' at j . £385 complete you get something that you cannot get. in any other / car at any price. Be up-to-data and buy the Up-to-Data "OVERLAND." WEBBER AND SMILY, LTD., SCENTS. ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES. Millinery and Winter Coats s ISTow on View in my NEW SKGWRQO&IS. The Largest nnd most up-to-date in Asliburlon. O. J. CHIVERS, OPP. RAILWAY STATSON, rA' SHBU RT 0 IS T. .

You should not take chances if youhave-a cough or a cold. Neglected, thes«i often cause Bronchi.is, Asthma, or Consumption. : Lane's Emulsion is a never failing remedy | fOl all throat and lung troubles.. It combines;- I ths health-giving, flesh-forming and strengthen- ' ing properties of the purest Norwegian Cod I Liver Oil, Baechwood Creasote, Hypho- | phosphites of Lime and Soda and Fresh Eggs. It is prepared by a graduate chemist, by ihe medical profession and praised and endorsed by thousands every- J where. i Lane's Emulsion is not disagreeable to the ( taste, and children have not to be persuaded ' into taking it. Ask your chemist or storekeeper to send you a bottle of Lane's Emulsion. There are two sizes at 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. The large size contains more than two of the small bottles. Refuse all substitutes. ' Manufactured by: { E. G. LANF. Chemist, Oamsru. N.Z. 8 } "It's Famous | Because ■ It's Good." SLUGGISH Liver, causing headaches, indigestion, flatulence and drowsiness quickly dispersed by taking a bottle of our Liver Tonic, 2a 6(5 a bottle.—Bonnington's Pharmacy.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8817, 13 March 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8817, 13 March 1914

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