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PUBLIC NOTICES. 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. BMve years ago I bought a razor from your shop—it is like J.W.W.— "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 Bix times since I left N.Z. By the way tho razor is going, I have diopes 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-X3/6. DON'T SCRAP YOflR OLD BIKE. TURING it to me, and I will quote you to make it look and run like a new one. H. P. AR N ST, East Street. INSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Fund* exceed £40,000,000. Most liberal Conditions. Most Stringent Reserves. Most Economical M*nagemenb. WAR LOAN POLICIES. NEW ZEALAND WAR LOAN. The Society is still issuing WAR LOAN POLICIES, subject to the approval of the Government. Full particulars of same can be obtained from-— JAS. PIPE, Box 272, Christchurch. F. J. SUTTON, T3VILDER AM) UNDERTAKER, METHVEN. •Phone 79. Box 86. TEA;' GOOD Ceylon Tea, ls 9d per lb, or 8s 6d per 51b Box; Colombo Tea, 51bs 9s 6d and, 10s; 51b Boxes Broken Orange Pekoe 10s; 61b Boxes Taywatte Tea (the best procurable), lis. —At THOMAS BROS. FLETCHER BROS, are giving Ls 9d pei- dozen for Unstamped Fresh Eggs, or 2s per dozen for Stamped Eggs. We are also Buyers of Preserved Eggs at ls 4d per dozen; also, Extracted and Section Honey, Beeswax, Walnuts, Prime Separator Butter, etc. FLETCHER, BROS.' CASH SUPPLY STORES. XTICTORY Washing Powder, 10 V Packets for ls, as .good as the best. -vi, BUXTON AND THOMAS, TRIANGLE STORES. IF yoxi want Lorry Tyres that will stand any amount of hard wear— fit North British Solid-band Tyres. Used on the heavy Army Lorries in France^ and most of the Lorries in the Dominion. District Agents—-Can terburv Farmers' Co-op. Asscn.. Ltd., WdiiiMrton. CIYCLES. —We have just received a / Shipment of New Hudson Cycles, which we are offering at £16. These Machines are beautifully finished, and are fitted with Eadie" Coaster Hub and Front-rlra Brake, English Dunlop Tyres, Steel Guards, Lamp, Pump, and Tools. Obtainable only from Osman and Co., Burnett St. WHY Suffer from Chapped' and Cracked Hands when CkCQ. will euro them. Is 6d a' Pot at Bon-ningtonfePtu-nnaojl.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9598, 30 April 1919

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