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This is a unique opportunity for Ashburton Ladies to seiect their Winter Furs from the finest range of high-grade Furs ever shown in this town. Every skin has been carefully tested and is free from flaws, and each is offered at the lowest possible price consistent with its quality. Red FOX TANGOS—72s 6d to £10 Black Skunk Goat COLLARS, Tangos 10 s and Capes—£4 IDs, £4 15s, £5 10s, i Also a Fine Selection of NEW MUFFS Silver Kit Fox MUFFS—£6 6s. , and TIES, in Ermine, Bear, Sable, Silver Kit Fox CAPES-£lO 10s. ' ™ch > White Pox ' and other choioe ' r sivins. Skunk Opossum CAPES—£7 15s. : . _ Black Wolf CAPES—£IO 10s. ANOTHER WINTER SPECIALTY. Black Wolf MUFFS—£7 10s, £10 10s WOOL JERSEYS Natural and Skunk Opossum COL- j LARS—79s 6d. We have a Splendid Range of these m j tvt . i c i T?r\-v Qi?rno s>n n the Latest Shapes and following colours: Natural Seal FOX bETb —£9 9s. _ . * b • „ , , . . ~ mTPO In Plain Red —bos. Natural American^^ Opossum TIES- In Plain Cream—63s. ■ ids 6d, 85s. In Heather—32s 6d to 635. Skunk Opossum SETS-f-£lO 10s, £14 In Saxe, Blue and Fawn, fine weave— 14s, £16 16s. ". 69s 6d. - WALLABY SETS—£7 10s. . New Styles, with roll, striped collar, £5 ss. DISCOUNT AND FREE POSTAGE AS USUAL. W. Strange & Co. Ltd.

JL Splendid Quality of Clincher "'Dreadnought" .Motor Cycle Tyres ea FYPFRT FVF FVAIUIIVIiTIIII\I ■ore reduced vibration and longest Her- P^V ■ Ju/*E IJIV 1 IJIU JLj/\Xmlllllirs 1 lull Wtole^ D^ibut.r,: UT : _£» ■ • g^ « Jfc.^^-*. Ota-■ ■M /•^sf'vX. ' '•*' °* cx Peri'ence> *n« Most Up-to-date InßtruNURSERY Hair Lotion.-A necee- Bf A/ W/\ ' men*B ' ■ OUJ Consulting Room specially sity in every home where the E*^ iK^U >V\ • °°n? tructed »nd ht, for makjng eye examichildren go to school. Keeps the head W^T ¥$bXJ \iX nations, enables us to preaonbe Glasse. with clean of parasites and the scalp Hs\' ifT O perfect «curaoy. healthy. Is a bottle.-Bonnington's rVf ) V^t\L X Oui Dainty Eyeglasses, either Eimless or Phftrnia^v l^rv^M>Fs>ia&P\^^ w- Rimmed, are the acme of comfort, and give rnarmacy. \m^^^H:'^ W individuality to the wearer. The high Btand- '; f ""' " /j3iS*c^r ,■ "\ ing our work has with the Publio is our best GARDEN HOSE thai does Hot fc i/^ZSI Jl '1 # ' - _ .13T burst or crack is The North Brit- L ■V^T — ri^fir* Consultation is Free, Charges Btrtottj iah Rubber Co.'s—famed for its long " — '* Moderate, and Glasses are not Bupphed nnservice. Sold bj all dealers less necessary. Consult ufl^To-day o INFANT Cough Remedy.—Especially j IRANK HJKlla, r.P.UX.y U" I*, V> . Prepared for Babies and Young I CONSULTING AND MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN. Children. Simple, safe, and always ef- AsJllMirtsn. East Strsst. Ttltphtnt IN. fective. Is . a bottle.—Bonnington's jnmx»Bimmmx^^aEn!EZ!gfl£l3£sm< '' ■»■■" ■ impmmm^^^^^^m Pharmacy.,

g% II The climax is capped in MILL INEFSY VALUES by this extraordinary „. ,' : offer of Forty Beautiful Imported \ Models at a tremendous price conces- Shipment \ i Beautiful sion. Every one of these HATS was • ' made to sell at somewhere between qj 35s and 555. If it had not been for a S fortunate purchase from one of the Henderson's 3Vlode3s* leading Millinery Houses of this country, this news would not be made _ T t 1 Priop-^ possible. It's by far the daintiest lot ramOUS . L suai riiLCb. of Hats ever offered in the middle of ... i ~., .- the season at such an absurd price. Australian • r oDS to 4OS. The who | e O f this season's Latest -; Fashions are included in this lot, no Hats NOW matter how high-class or exclusive, and ■ each hat represents a distinct saving jygf %q hand. AH One. Price: of 10s to 20s. It is simply another opportunity we have secured to still fur- Inspection ther popularise this Best-of-AII MillipH * df^ nery Rooms. Don't want to hurry Inwitorf ■ 1 LI. /U* you, but it's only fair to say that inviiea.. Jr m B / B^ there's be a tremendous rush for Smm^J I these Hats at 25s 6d. Plenty to i choose from, of course, but first choice is always best. BE EARLY. - mum hi 11 ii" ii'"^»^ i-m«mMni^^

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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