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BUSINESS NOTICES. ' AN M. AND D. CHART SUIT COSTS LESS, BUT YIELDS THE SAME SATISFACTION. . iA.ll the snappy ■winter suit styles and all the newest suit fabrics are included in our Chart Suit Service. Paramount in these suits is the remarkably high quality of the tailoring. Not one dissatisfied client — that's a record in support of our claim to give the best suit service at a substantial saving.' The Materials, Measuring, Styles, Fit and Finish are just as we offer in our best handtailored suits. Chart Suits are otherwise machine-made by responsible tailors in the most efficient Clothing JFactory in the iDominion. Failure can't happen. If you need a Good Substantial Suit—let us save you money and give you better service., Call,/and let's talk it over. ..1 ■ ■ j ■ i . , MCDONALD and OUNLOP, MERCHANT TAILORS, ,: :! East Street. 'Phone 291. AN UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL. Received by H. C. PERCY, by the last English. Mail. From Cadet F. G. Tott, M. No. 13, Officer C. Batt., Newmarket, 20/1/19. TO MR PERCY,— Dear Sir,— To test a razor, join the Army. Five years ago I bought a razor from your shop—it is like J.W.W. — "still going strong." .-.,„„,; ■ I paid the humble slim of 10s 6d for it. I can ■ honestly say it's the best 10s 6d worth I have .bought in my life.- ' ' " :' - .:■ , We have to shave every day in the Army, and this is a■< fact;— I have -only had a barber shave me six times flince I left N.Z. By the way the razor is going," I'have hopes' of using it another five years. I left N.Z. August 15, 1915. I wish you every success. I am, yours very sincerely. F. G. TOTT. p,S.—The razor has your own name upon it.—F.G.T. PERCY Stocks the Same Brand Still. PRICE—I 3/6.

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"A LETTER OF APPRECIATION." Princess Theatre, Dunedm. Dear Mr Oendy.— I want to tell you that I think "Hennaliße," the New Egyptian Shampoo, is splendid, and I shall always continue its URe. Yours Bincerely, VIOLET TREVENYON. Hennaline- i& not a dye, but a most delightful shampoo for brightening dull or faded ha»r. Obtainable m Asnourton from Barrett and Co., Leading Drapers; also, at Ashburton Drug Co., and Principal Chemists. Prices—ls 6d and 2s 6d. S"/~ILINCHER CROSS" are the only yj Plantation Rubber Tyres winch hare .■emerged successfully from a 5000 miles R.A.C Test.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9575, 2 April 1919

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9575, 2 April 1919