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NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE ON - - MANCHESTER - - GOODS. We have Just Opened a Comprehen- fIY PURCHASINC Y OUR REQUIREMENTS sive Range of Publics in this Depart- FROM ment, and advise ! . PERSONAL INSPECTION. MOORE'S These Goods were bought- some . : considerable time and have just come Special Attention is drawn to our large stock to hand, representing- at least a saving of HO IIROCKSES' Flannletees, Longcloths, Maof 25 per cent, en present market dapolanis, Calicoes, Sheetings, Shirtings, Woolvalues- ettes, Drills, Blousings, Nainsooks, and Pillow Cottons. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY FOR PRICES, at MQORE'S House for Good Value. CORNER EAST AND MOORE STREETS. ASH BURTON.

PHGENIX ROOFING. THE BEST MATERIAL FOR 10T0R SHEDS, STABLES, and FARM BUILDINGS. l» THIS is the best Ready-to-L ay Roofing it is possible to produce. It is tough, durable, and weather-proof; won t dry out with the sun, nor split nor crack. It is made of the Finest Natural Asphalt combined with tough materials to torm a roofing unaffected by age or weather. Sparks will not ignite it bo that it iv as safe as an iron or tile roof. It is easy to lay and onco securely cemented and nailed it is a permanent roof of some beauty—especially when painted. Any handy man can lay the PHffiMX BOOF-fnU directions on each roll, and all fixin materials included. It can be used on flat or steep roofs with satisfactory rept:!vß—without special tools^ PRICE— 4Ss for ?0 Sq. Feet. Complete with Nuiljmd Cement. :JOHN.ORR & GO. HARDWARE MERCHANTS. East Street. ABhbmt°U- > XDA VF I LI N-G Strong and Handsome. These Fine "H. 8." BAGS and ?ss?£s^f^x TRUNKS are built to out/•^^^^^^■^&s»*ssfc^ last travel. Strong yet light, - n^^'^^fe\ and easily handled, they ■ ifei^lr^^^^lA form an important item in f fiWiJPTf £ ifc^Ml^ the enjoyment of a holiday, • '' j: pl^ whether it be for a week or Ad~i r IMP a !ong tour" W^ Wfr?^ WOMO BRIEF BAGS-21S, 245. ... N%jH § Kf^ KIT BAGS—2TS 6d, 32S 6d, , •^^**W^l IW-lJ 35S 6d. . ATTACHE CASES—Ss 6d, ' 6S 6u, 7Si ' SUIT CASES—I4s, 16S 6d, 22S 6d, 255, 30s, 355. - , TRAVELLING RUGS—SOS 555, 62S 6d. * " Clothing Factory 1

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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