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The Latest from London. gg*. WINTER a *^^ S""" E» \# I#% Warn a run LAL/ILd JUST RECEIVED PER ' _ e ™AWAP»e PARCELS POST AT OIKAPI^JIt O CLOVES AND HOSE. LACE, Etc. SUEDE GLOVES, in Grey, Pawn, CAMISOLE SHADOW LACE—2s lid, Brown, Beaver and Black— 3s 6d yard. 9a lid, 10s Gd, 12s 9d, 15s 6d pair. Imitation FILET LACES and INSERREINDEEIt, GLOVES—In Grey, Tan, TIONS—4d, 6d, 9d yard. aTid Brown—los 6d, 12s 6d, 16s 6d. Imitation MALTESE LACES and INWASHABLE DOESKIN GLOVES— SEETIONS—4d, 6d, 9d, Is 3d yard Grey, Tan, and Brown—los Cd pair. COTTON TORCHON LACE—2d, 3d, COLOURED WOOL HOSE—AII New 4d, 6d,.yard. Winter Shades—ss 6d Pair. 18in. EMBROIDERED FLOUNCING— COLONIAL KNITTED HOSE—In Is lid, 2s 6d, 2s lid yard. Grey, Brown, Navy, and Coating— LONGCLOTH CAMISOLE EMBROID- . ss' 6d, 5s lid, 6s 6d, Gs lid pair. ERY—2s 3d, 2s 6d yard. MERCERISED LISLE HOSE, in Mid- Silk-Finish LINGERIE BRAID, in " Grey and Black— X* lid, 4s lid. White, Sky, and Pink—Td card of 5 yards. WOOL SCARVES. NECKWEAR. LADIES' KNITTED WOOL SCARVES in Cream and Fawn—2ls. Crepe De Chine and Georgette COLKNITTED WOOL SCARVES, extra LARS, in charming effects—4s 6d, quality, new shades-—4os. 5s 6d, 6s lid. WIDE WOOLLEN SCARVES, with Ninon and Crepe De Chine EVENING pockets—32s 6d. SCARVES—I2s 6d to 40s. Novelty STRIPED WOOL SCARVES— DAINTY MUSLIN COLLARS—From New Cap Styles—32s Gd. Is Gd. HANDKERCHIEFS. MALLARD FLOSS. FANCY EMBROIDERED HANDKER- We have Just received a shipment of CHIEFS, very pretty designs—lo|d, Mallard Floss in all the popular shades Is, Is 3d. ' for Fancy Work. Is !N THE £ DISCOUNT FOR CASH OR MONTHLY ACCOUNTS. CHRISTGHURGH AND ASHBURTON. . ... " -- - Ml I. II I- —II I. !■■!■■■ ~ - —.^^-——————l— w^^^u.

vgiHE Special dons fraction i^^} m!'^^!^S^M^^SKSS^MKSttKt^KSKKKtB!KBBI^SMSBtS^^SSSS^^^^^ JL Splendid Quality of ClinoheT " - _- r - % _ l - >fMl mm niriMirimi ku< H »«Dre»dioiigbt" Motor Cycle Tyi-ee en - FYPFRT EYE EXAMINATION %■ Bure reduced vibration and longest Ber- B»k EArljl&l LILi ijAttlUllltt 11VI1 | vice. Prices.at any garage.-Eayw*rd WJt ->;^ ,Ig abso i ute v add^SßStry when Glasaea *r« | -Bros, and Co., Ltd., Chrtetcniaxcb. ■, (■ JST jffl|| ...- Mquired aH t £ e wh ole success of the Glaßßee B Wholesale Distributors. jhp «J^^ S depends on fche testing of the eyes. Years | " ~~ ' ~ '■ fflrik fs^LfvK ' *'•'' °^ experience, the Most Up-to-date Instrti- £2 0 -r-TTT»ciTiT.i7 tt • tV » '«»■ TOPS /< /w A ments, and our Consulting Room speoially Kg VTURSERY Hair Lotion .-A nocos- WjLif W/f \ : and lit for making eye exami- | I^_ sity in .-every •home- where the «^« 17/ l(/U', nations, enables us to prescribe Glasses with $ children go to school. Keeps the head W V KjM/ >^ nerfect accuracy B clean of parasites and th^ scalp M® \ /^LA jffl Oui Dainty Eyeglasses, either Rimles ß or i faealthy ; Is a botile.-BonningroP.P r \i UJfc&f^i If Rimmed, are the acme of comfort, and giv* $ Pharmacy. • - A H individuality to the wearer. The high stand- M . , tßssaZS^j^'SiUQ^' JHf jug our W ork haß with the Public ii our beot $! G^SforSiSN^B^ r^TS^iP Free, Charts Strictly 1 Rubbir^°C^s-falr^ fm iS tonp I—^— —^i Moderate, and Glasses are not supphed un- | service. Sold bj all dealers I lesa .necessary. Consult ns Jo-day. h TNFANT Cou^h Ben,edT"-i^i^ I FRANK CURTIS, F.P.0.G., OPT : Ii .1 1 Prepared Bfor8for BabS aidTouS I OONBUMING AND MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN. I Children. Simple, safe, aD(I always ef- 'f AsStfeWPtor?. E«tt Strifit. . Tslephanß 3tl. •&j Phamacyls & bottle-B°"Dinston>S [ BM^^ fc'iww—i"wi l "im iTii | l | l iii'i. | l y| l ii iii"ii I1" M'Mi'/iiii'wnwTiiirmFi 1 m i ihiiiwihiwimh BmnmmßUKmmßMmamn^mMßmMm II AniCQ I BUY YOUR WINTER LASJiELd! UNDERCLOTHB^SG'NOW THE chilly air of the last few nights will make this Store news doubly interesting. You've experienced this Autumn weather business before, perhaps, and remember how "Jack Frost" usually gets in. his good licks before you hardly realise that Summer has actually disappeared. Don't neglect purchasing your winter supply, of Underwear any _^ longer, for the change in temperature is very apt to cause you to contract colds, \^ I***" 8 which a little judgment now in displacing thinner underwear of summer will prevent. ""^ Keen foresight in buying many, months ago, enables us to offer you values to-day that will be impossible to repeat later on. The exceptionally fine qualities and low prices will save you money if you purchase NOW. 6 Dozen Women's Heavy JN"atuTal Woven Special Bargain in Women's Strong TTrit.VESTS, honestly worth 6s 6d. g ural Woven COMBINATIONS. Cash Price 4s 6d. Special Gash Price 4s 11d. Women's Heavy Fleecy Lined BLOOM- Women'slleavy Ribbed Natural COTTON EllS, in Grey and" Natural. VESTS. . Cash Price 3s 'lld pair. Cash Price 2s 11 d. I Great Value in Women's Fine Quality A Big Eunge of Splendid Values in ChilWoven NIGHT DItERSES. • dren's Natural Woven COMBINATIONS, Cash Price 9s lid. from 4s Sd to 6s 11 d pair. A Special Bargain in Women's Cream Ladies' Cosy Wool and Cotton Cream Woven COMBINATIONS; fine quality. Knitted Vests. Worth 11s Gd. Cash Price—3s Hd, 4s 11d, 5s 11d. Gash Price 8s 11d. Cl 1 • ._ TT ' . T „ , w ,^7 B])lendid Value m Ladies Warm 1( lanWomen's Fine QuaIity,,,SPENCERS and,, nola" DRESSING GOWNS, big range of BODICES, in Cream and Natural. -' colours. | Cash Pa-Ice— 2s 11d. Cash Price—l7s 6d. 1 . Women's All-Wool Grey Knitted BLOOM- . Pull supply of ROSLYN UNDERWEAR, ' a ERS. Gash Price 7s 6d pair. in Combinations, Vests, Bloomers, etc., at S Special Cash prices. &--:i^|Vfty^i^&:;itA':;'-;*::^-*-':: ■• * ' ASHBURTON. I

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9597, 29 April 1919

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9597, 29 April 1919

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