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— A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF THE FINEST ________________________■————■■ Furs & Fur Coats ■^■______________BHiM_E__II-D___--l---B^Hi^BBIHMH' -■■■«•" Embracing an Unrivalled Selection of the Most Gorgeous Skins, imported direct from tlie World's Leading Furriers. jljlllp!' We Announce with pride the < -9L OPENING SHOWING OF FURS .'g^-^yF" An event which must compel interest before J* _*•/_/ -ji the Winter Season sets in in earnest. /^^Hff \ - FASHION'S LATEST MODES ll _______■ L v The whole presenting an unrivalled showing of rare charm and beauty. : lKP^^_L FUE NECKLETS, in popular Tango shapes., J/W _____£/ DAINTY ERMINE InECKLETS. ■:**w-^A^li^|H^:'-. GLORIOUS SEAL AND MUSQUASH ■* nH_____RPl '^® EXHIBITION OF FURS that has never been approached in our Big Store. ~ YOUR EARLY VISIT OF INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED, =^ === ANDREW ORR & CO., Ltd. — — THE SPECIALTY HOUSE. ASHBURTON. _ B _____i mammatamvaaaaammm _—■_■——^^^™ __^ __________——__——_————————■————___—____—__—___—_—_____________^ Gough's For Value. Jjp\ kjj BARGAINS IN ?W q^ Ladies' Footwear *^ 100 PAIRS LADIES' SMART DERBY SHOES; Patent Caps, all **> A!RB^^"^ v^ TSI t - S___f^. solid leather. Ideal Shoes for Hard Wear. All sizes in stock. Cuban Heels; Welted Soles. The-Very £^ °x* Pr ice_3_S 6d Usual Price 23s 6d. Sale Price— 16s 9d. usual irice . -I- 50 PAIRS LADIES- BOSTOCK GLACE KID DERBY SHOES.- 25 PAIRS LADIES'^ GLACE KID AIDA SHOES.-Low Heela. The Patent.Caps; Very Up-to-date shape. Shoe for Ease and Comfort• Sa|e price m *. Usual Priee-3-S. Sale Price-25S 6d. Usual rrice _/so 24 PA.RS LADIES' GLACE KID DERBY SHOES; Patent Caps; 25 PAIRS LAD.ES* BOSTOCK GLACE KID AIDA SHOES.-AU Extra Heavy Soles; all solid leather. Grand Winter- Shoes. Castle Solid Leather; very comlortable, stope. _ ■p r ice-_«i 6d. Brand. Usual Price 355. Sale Price-23S 6d. Usual ice-^s--30 PAIRS LADIES' GLACE X.D DERBY SHOES.-Stout Welted 30 PAIRS LAD.ES' BOX: CALF™£ UJ^ HOEB'-J,W* Soles. Castle Brand. Usual Price 37s fld. Sa.e Prices 6d. All r 6d and _3s 6d 12 PAIRS LADIES' PATENT DERBY SHOES-Welted Soles. ._ BROGU E SHOESNew Parisian Last. Very Smart. _v raino u« Prices—37s 6d and 355. Usual Prices 6d. Sa.e Prl-t-_7t 6d. Smart shape; all solid leather. Usujl Pnces__37s 6d * ALL THE OTHER LINES STILL AT THE SAME CUT PRICES. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. HURRY UP. HURRY UP. GOUGH & SON, THE PRICE CUTTERS. TANCRED STREET. (Old ZEALANDIA Boot Store), ASHBURTON. mm^mT^^^^^^i*"'<*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I Needed in your Home ■Jl^ THESE TWO NEW LINES are of unusual merit, and . | Vvis lill 'nil _[1S lS_f\ I I ___'" ll' I V:lfl___ ' OF hiitph HA_fn UU I vli 1 efllv&_/ Uv/rtl is B .>«!M*^^-_--B__r ■ -.?„i. ffwn.i mvi im .- i - A PURE VEGETABLE SOAP, combining the cleansing properties of the well-known "Old Dutch Cleanser with the Finest Toilet Soap. Depends entirely upon the taste you display in Furnishing it. That's A Soap of soothing, antiseptic properties, which ee-' why you should moves every kind of stain from the hands, without irritation or injury to the skin. A most wholesome Soap for & CONSULT FURNISHING EXPERTS the Bath. A great soap for tradesmen whose occupations make hand-cleansing difficult. Fragrant—Lasting, and When you consider the question of New Furniture. Economical. 3 LARGE CAKES FOR 18. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU WANT BIDFVO Ol____r______Pl_r AND WE KNOW EXACTLY WHAT WILL SUIT. ll IL/ O Ol *^y i combining your ideas with our practical knowledge, satisfaction is assured. All our FURNITURE is of the Most Perfect Design Produced by the Makers of "Birds' Custard Powder"— and Workmanship, faithfully built for solid service, and we sell at A SPECIAL MIXTURE for making the most de- prices that make your outlay go further than it would elsewhere, lightful Swiss Roll, Sponge Sandwich, and Sponge Cake. Needs the addition of one egg only. The simplest, FURNITURE OF DISTINCTION. speediest, most pleasant method of producing these difficult in q{ Grade QuaHty In PACKETS AT 8d EACH. V m fe e ' pleated with our New Season's Display of OAK TRY THEM BOTH—IT'S NOT AN EXPERIMENT. FURNITURE. ..-./,.. KERR BROvij -r |j ii J 'ii p f* : -GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS. I T| Lj flo F! 11 Ctt. LfO. BTJENETT STEEET. Telephone 98. "8 """ . w m m%Mm 811 Wb "****• :. ;.■. ' •■ ■' -■ ' ■ ■ ' ■■ FURNISHERS. ASHBTJRTON.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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