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BUSINESS NOTICES. " . '." ■"■ , : —-- DURABLE FOOTWEAR ! at ' i POCKET COMFORTING PRICES. ! It doesn't pay to purchase Boots and Shoes that don't carry. a guarantee. Every .pair here is guaranteed true.-to description, made from durable materials !and better quality at the prices made on them than are current today, Don't'hesitate to make a comparison —these will stand any test, and come out on top. If it's durability, smart effect, and reasonable prices you are after, step right in and see these. MEN'S CHROME DERBY BOOTS, extra durable quality, with Heel and Toe Plates—22/6 • MEN'S VISOOLISED SHOOTERS, nailed and unnailed, pegged and screwed soles, sewn throughout with waxed thread, heel and toe plates, guaranteed waterproof, the best outdoor boot for heavy service—Only 36/6 MEN'S DURABLE KIP SHOOTERS, nailed— 24/6 MEN'S GLACIE DERBY'S for best wear. Splendid Values at 25/6, 27/6, 29/6 Wide welted models at 32/6, 34/6 MEN'S TAN BOX CALF SHOES—at 35/6 MEN'S TAN BROGUE SHOES—at 42/6 MEN'S BLACK DERBY SHOES, very smart styles at 35/6, 39/6, 42/6 MEN'S STYLISH PUG-TOE GLACIE DERBY BOOT, extra good value at 35/6 Also,—A Nice. Assortment of_ Travelling Bags for the Easter Vacation. T. A. BRYANT. GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER. Mitchell and Turner's Buildings, BURNETT STREET . THESE RAINCOATS ARE WORTH YOUR CONSIDERATIONREAD THIS! . No other Coat suits our climate better than a^ Raincoat. *• When it rains you are proof against [tlie heaviest do.vi.pour. • ! If the wind is keen,/the special fabric of our Raincoats' protects you against the keenest winter wind. If you take your coat, and the day grows warm, the coat is so light that it is not at all burdensome. ! In fact, for the average robust man, a Raincoat fills the bill every time. '■ We have some particularly stylishly | cut Raincoats in nice.. Fawn Shades that are of, exceptional quality. Coats that give the smart dressy ,touch. Every size here, so that you can get the exact coat you. need—and prices are very reasonable indeed. Drop in and see them. ; Mcdonald and dunlop, TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, / East Street. 'Phone 291. ■_■■-—.. .i.i.^n- --.——„_■■—,_... i.-—-—..——i. i ■ —« 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 bm your shop—it is like J.W.W.— ■ i "still going strong." I paid the humble sum 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—l have only, had a barber shave me six times since 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-13/6. MONEY. Special Sum of £8000 to Lend on broad acres first-class securities. Also — £.-300, £800, and £200, at current rates of interest.. Apply to— . ..*■•■ 11 T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE. FARM—IBO Acres, in good order, with Dwelling and Outbuildings. Full particulars on apolication. Cottage and i-Acre Section, conveniently situated in Peter Street. Owner left "the district. T. BULLOCK. TO LET. Shop Premises in Jubilee Buildings, conveniently situated in Burnett St. Large Upstairs Room, in Saunders' Buildings, fronting East Street, not far from Railway Station. Offices and Shoo in Arcade. T. BULLOCK. ""ORITISH made" is the special reJO commendation -of Clincher Cross Motor Tyres. They are best for comfort speed, and long service.—Hayward Bros, and Co., Ltd., Christchurch, Wholesale Distributers.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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