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MOORE'S MEN'S WEAR. IS OF OUTSTANDING MERIT. WE STOCK MEN'S ATTIRE.. THAT WILL GIVE LONG SERVICE. ...ALL THE BEST STYLES. ! READY-TO-WEAR SUSTS. f1?Sft|l|||^^^^M|Illlllllllllllll'SHi1 A Distinct Saving in Purchasing these SUITS— y^^^^^^^^^^^^v SEE OUR 70s SPECIAL, equal in appearance and IV^bß^^^^ Finish to 6 Guineas Tailor-made, iilulif TIES. .. SHSRTS. UNDERWEAR. STRONG SHIRTS, with or without Collars— UNDERPANTS—3s, 3S 6d, 4S 6d. 6s 6d, 7s 6cJ, 83 6d. . NEWEST TIES—Is 6d, 2s 6d, 3s 6d. MEN'S HEAVY KNITTED UNDERPANTS— UNDER VESTS—2s 6d, 3s 6d, 4s 6d. 6s 11d, Bs, 9s 6d. MOORE'S House for Good Valug. CORNER EAST AND MOORE STREETS. ASHBURTON.

: PHCENIX ROOFING. THE BEST MATERIAL FOR 10T0R SHEDS, STABLES, and FARM BUILDINGS. ■ V THIS is the best Ready-to-Lay Roofing it is possible to produce. It is tough., durable, and weather-proof; won't dry out witli the sun, nor split nor crack. It is made of the Finest Natural Asphalt combined with tough materials to form a roofing unaffected by age or weather. Sparks will not ignite it so that it is as safe as an iron or tile roof. It is easy to lay, and once securely cemented and nailed it is a permanent roof of some beauty—especially when pointed. Any handy man can lay the PHGENXX ROOF—full directions on each roll, and all fixing materials included. It can be used on flat or steep roofs with satisfactory re- ' pulos—without special tools. ( ; PRICE—4Ss for tO Sq. Feet. Complete with Nail and Cement. HARDWARE MERCHANTS. East Street. ('Phone 42). Ashburton.

" jJ^J \ »FOR COOD '^y/|' LOOKS "'' " 's^ t^m AND LONC y^4^ y/^ss wear ' ["^^^^ '■ NONE EXCELS. "H-B." BOOTS. •: They are built of the Finest Quality Leather obtainable. The Models are made on lasts which are the result of long and patient care and experiment. These two factors combine to < produce a perfect-fitting and a splendid wearing boot. f v"lf »fS~^^pS7fs good" ) MEN'S GLACE DERBY BOOTS—29S, 32S 6d, 355, 40S. „ MEN'S BOX CALF DERBY BOOTS—2Ss 6d, 27s 6d, 31s, 355. ... MEN'S HEAVY TAN DERBY BOOTS (Waterproof)—46s. BOYS' SCHOOL BOOTS, Heel and Toe Plates—l6B 9d, 21s. New Zealand ff^i^Pil<s|

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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