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* ■ ■ -\ General Allenby (i w&'qlWtio' the fJ^cpyf iti m r*fiYrl "F," writing in the London DarTp Ma// says: "The last I saw of General Allenby Was at his Desert Headquarters before Gaza, a year ago, sitting upright in a Ford Car—the King of the^ Desert and the only car that will tackle the sand! 9' In Egypt and Mesopotamia, in France and Belgium, on every Front in this war the Ford has proved itself time and again to be " the only car" to tackle and triumph over the worst conditions of road and track. That is why the Ford is the car for New Zealand —best for all roads, for all weathers and all seasons. - The Colonial Motor Co. Limited * Auckland - - Wellington . - Ti«»rs " ' £4Kings of the Road The 1919 Hupp & Dodge Cars There's unusual merit and value In these two Cars. The makers have advanced them beyond i any competitors In point of equipment, power, comfort and lasting beauty. The new HUPP. Is a gem surpassing the fine 1918 Model"~liT~ many ways—lt Is a luxurious Car for comfort, and decidedly economical in running. The 1919 DODGE Is characterise of thel Dojge business aim—"Perfection." It 18 perfect Call and see both models, there's nothing like either of them on the road to-day. HUPP. GARAGE <f. weab>. O^a-i , w^i^mujk BURNETT BTREET.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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