<r ■ W:? 50,000 Plates of j| Creamoata were jm| served this morning! Eg! Do you wonder then that this RgBS inimitably delicious cereal food jgiß is rightly termed N.Z.s National JraH Breakfast? And what better 1E» dish could be served to start EB the day than ' fl| CxeamoataL i£^ (Cream o 1 tho Oat) B|Pw^ . —what other food ha s all V/*s. the nourishing qualities of \^7 *" the^ pat—the phosphorus, \ ~^ j lecithin and proteid needed for V *& brain and body building? The Vj popularity of Cre«moaU is in. Vfft& deed a tribute to its quality, ft y Get a packet to-day. And re- /1 member that every Cream- ff il oata packet con- -~r^ Jl U, tains tKe coupons f^e^s f «r enabling you to vSNfe^^ Q share in the great I
■■■ Hi ii ill MifiriTr Mflfiirfflßßrir In New Zealand Staff Officer's Record of His "Ford" Here is the record of a Ford Car used by a New Zealand Staff Officer whose name is familiar to every New Zenlander: Mileage, 1914 ... 600 1915 ... 12,000 1916 ... 14,000 1917 ... 14,000 1918 ... 14,000 Total 54,600 Crossed the Rimutakas 6SO Times ■without a stop or hitch of any kind, though journeys were made at all hours, day and night, in all weathers. Analysis of Cost per Mile during 1918: Average petrol consumption; 20 miles, to •gallon _ purchased at -. war prices. ... ... lad. mile ■ Cost of tyres per mile lid. „ Cost of repair, lubrication oils and grease ... lid- » Cost of depreciation 20% p.a.; interest 5% p.a.; and insurance ... |d. „ Total cost per mile, in- eSJ eluding cort of car . • • »»
Only Four "Stops" in Four Years Caasei: (1) Want of oil oh commutator—own fault. (2) Rau out Petrol. •(3) Ran. into a train at 25 miles p.h. (4) Differential troublebreakdown. In the last case, which occurred in the city, it was exactly 40 minutes . from the time of breakdown to starting again, and during this forty minutes a complete new rear axle and differential was fitted. Proof of the abtolute authenticity of this record will be given to any interested enquirer. The Colonial Motor Co., Ltd. \, Auckland - Wellington - Timaru Saines 76 4. E. RULE, Ashburton, Agent.
men wanted. I^TEW ZEALAND wants men to-day and J. HENDERSON, the Popular Outfitter, wants men to wear the Best Clothes and Boots, • available at Reasonable Prices. A Wide Selection of 'Good Items to Select, from. Every Returned Soldier should' try ftjtul buy from— ARCADE CLOTHING GO. CORNER ARCADE AND BURNETT STREET., J. HENDERSON.
FOR reliance and economy fit CLINCHES, CROSS MOTOR TYRE - made fi-om the finest rubber by fcne .North British Rubber Co. Obtainable, from all dealers and-'garages. District Agents: Canterbury Farmers Co-op. Association, Ltd., Timarn. . :
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919
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