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NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE ON - - MANCH ESTER - - We have Just Opened a CaMpreheu- By puRCHAS!NC YOUR REQUIREMENTS sive Range of Fabrics in tfeis Depart- FROM ment, and advise PERSONAL INSPECTION. PIS RE'S These Goods were boug&t* some <■■ considerable time and have just come SpecSa! Attention is drawn to our large stock to hand, representing at least a saving of HOBROCKSBS' Plannletees, Longcloths, Maof 25 per cent on present market dopolams, Calicoes, Sheetings, Shirtings, Woolvalues, ettes, Drills, Bkmsings, Nainsooks, and Pillow Cottons. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY FOR PRICES, at MOORE'S House for Good Value. CORNER EAST AND MOORE STREETS. ASHBURTON.

■Crea.TTioß.tß.— —I (Cream o' the Oat) //f*^^*. Soliloquy No. 1. The Skipper— Jl( f jX ■ 'After aa anxious night on th« bridge it's mighty fine to \i«\\ tS**^* fwf I oom«down to breakfa«t and find a delicious plaie of Cream- \nv VLi .'»/■ J1 onta waiting in the cabin. Brings thoughts of the home folk, v^^iKifY'ft S too, wli»n one remembers that the missus and the kiddies are V/JSjT ' ■itting down to their Orearuoata." • Have you tried this famous cereal—New Zealand s national ■ breakfast—nothing else so nonrishinjj—Uie whole family will jmotJm2Km£?»i like it—so million pkO«8 of it used yearly in New Zealand. ----*j!»iamttgEKfl Save thoConponsund share in the Great Free Gift Scheme. 41^£ JBglJMJWiWt^a WINTER COATS I Now on View at Hefford's ! KING- WINTER has already sent warning | S* fSa ~*s*^ throughout tke Dominion that he's only just [ ."""'"jr^'O~'^^^^h T"" round the corner, so it's time"to think-of COSY ■ K:^^^^ \ COATS to greet him. &^flllmJ^^TOl There's every likelihood of a severe season D^ERSto^m ahead> but the spItENDID COATS "ow dis" AWi i»J^l^T P^y^ at HEFFORD'S made in Tweeds, Blan- • j \ i || |\ / kets and «tliei" warmth-retaining materials, will | 3y| !' 'I \A/ defy the 'keenest winds and the most "nippy" j /(1"i Il! \ evenings. \ ■j £ 'II 1 THE STYLES in LADIES' GREAT COATS j • j J 111 i show a sensible trend of Fashion—they are j Ulfj^" warm and roomy, made for comfort; and the [jk several little adept finishing touches: Fur Ool£y^ lars and Cuffs, Waistbelts, Buttons, will faseinate many Ashburton Ladies. They are all marked at HEFFORD'S PRICES, which means ' REASONAB3QE. ' . . . . \ G. HEFFORD & CO., DRAPERS and LAD! £8' OUTFITTERS. GRAN PA LITcES^ Hll K^P^ili And indeed-Grand-IH I 'cSIPrTTO™ > who enjoys lt > ecause mr¥& ' m m\ W\'isJ' rW''^^'-^* ie w^ G'c family can 1111$ I Wi 'iilL^J^'^f^^vWl appreciate the comfort- ■ J*,.. ~~~ fijl f[S 'i%h\ | ing and restful quali-. W\ p MJ^M^^ ties- of a gootl Arm" Our I,ATEST STYLES have been designed with every consideration to tlie comfort side as weU as from the artistic viewpoint. They are nicely upholstered to give with the body, very roomy, strongly constructed to render years of solid service, and in every way they are ideal pieces of Furniture for the home. VERY REASONABLY PRICED. One of these AB^CHATRS wxmld make an ideal Gift for Friend or Relative. ' Why not make a "peace" offeriag. FUEI^SHERS. ASHBTJim):;.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 2 May 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 2 May 1919