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'""' MEN'S OUTFITTING, and Boys', too— that's our Specialty. A Great Eange of Box and other SUITS here in the Latest_Cuts. So, well tailored and so smartly designed that no ELJ J^M H B |^» Ink one will think they were bought ready for ser- I ■ ■■■ ■ "H^ ir"^ B vice. We guarantee tlie fit. See the new range of SHIRTS, in the newest colour ideas. jF^ I j|f\'T B. IW* £% Awfully smart looking, arid, as good in quality C^ ft l ._.'^J I SH| fcLS2& and won't shrink, mind you. TIES in some wifty patterns. COLLARS, UNDERWEAR, SOX, BRACES, HATS, and the Latest SHOE El|^| E? tmt A. BT E9 1 styles. Fact is, we've everything a man or i fT\ m&r\^P 2 El i^m. boy wants—ready for immediate wear, at Prices that are rock bottom for such stunning quality.. Enjoy your holiday better by first >**■■■ + ,(* D £**% fi \g f>% y QoiT%#i^A getting a Co-op. Outfit. Better see the New V** 1 ™ rfe©aay TOF O@rVlCe OVERCOATS and RAINCOATS. ■ "~m~mmm~mmm^ * Do you rea ii se t hat Easter's just a few ' days away ? Its holiday time —Did you get your Holiday Outfit? No time now for bespoke work, but we've thought of all that. Right here—we have the very best and most comprehensive stock of wearables for every member of the family—from grandpa way down to baby. Everything that anyone could enumerate in a I great big selection that provides for every taste and incidentally every pocket. Ready-to-wears here mean just the same big satisfaction as Made-to-measures —only you save enough to make the holiday a bit pleasanter. Better make a visit, and we can show you how nice > and how very economical Holiday Wearables are here. ■ PRETTY HOLIDAY CLOTHES for Women, Maids and Girls. They include every item of ; • attire. The Ready-fbr-Service COSTUMES are wonderfully effective, quite equal to the best bespoke work in Styles and Fit. Then there's a i very handsome range of STYLISH OVER- . COATS in smart Tweeds, in Plain, Fur-trim-med, and Fur-lined Styles. N mtW B™ FURS in some rare skins, BLOUSES, / rflprnftrs *™^ NDm™AR> and wt boots ■ I lil JJIWI W The W INTER MILLINERY includes some i very tylish VELOUR HATS, in Black and Col- \ ours, ready for immediate wear. ASHBURTON'S GREATEST STORE, NECKWEAK> GLOVES , HOSIERY, rac _ CTDBBT BRELLAS, and HANDKERCHIEFS, make a WEST STK£tT» pretty showing. ASHBURTON. TRAVELLING BAGS are a specialty.' BRIEFS KITS, ATTACHE and SUIT CASES, GLADSTONE BAGS and Travelling Rugs. 1 TIP-TOP QUALITY EVERYWHERE. '—^> ■ ■■■ ' -~ ■ . ■■•■... ' . i

■' ■. v ■ ' •.. ';: . , ■ _• i . . . ■•.'■' '■.-.;■»»•> . { ■ ._._ General Allenby Crossing the Desert in a Ford " F," writing in the London Dai'/y Mail 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!" 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 ■^wubmbw *Tmmm^m*m Auckland - - Wellington ' Tinaurn 7* J. E. RULE, AS HBURTON, Agent

three times a day, and drinks, tea almost continuously. But meat is not beauty food; and the Australian Army in Europe, on a diet providing less than half as much | meat and abundance of green vegetables, has grown younger-looking. Well-baked bread has had something to do with it, too, for in the "bush" that is a rare commodity. Eternal sunshine and crystal-clear air sound very good things, but the Australian soldier has become a living testimonial to the soothing effect of j grey skies. The lined Axistralian faces were clue to the monotonous brilliance [of their home climate; quiet mists and grey clouds have smoothed them out. . ■ With the nervous lines, several! characteristics of the men have been abated. They are noticeably less restless and more equable; not so nervy all round as they used to be. The younger among them, who were passing straight from boyhood into manhood, have actual!v slipped into the stag© of youth, hardly known in I Australia. It is one of th<> many things Australia has won .in the j war. When days are short and nights are long, When south-east gales are going strong, When trees uproot and rarnclouds burst, Wild winter tlhen is at its worst. ' Then is the time for colda and chills, For sore throat, coughs, and kindred ills; But euch afflictions all endure "Who trust to Woods' Peppermint Cure. .■ . . . ; ,. !i: .. , „ . . „

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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