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i Dependable and Stylish, too I il Right at,the outset, note that Death's stocks of B Ifi Coats and Raincoats this year are particularly S~*ft 9 gjH large, due to the very active operations of our /fC^sxira' 9 HI buyers upon the world's leading markets. £^11% I HI Skilful selection on their part has assured styles JiL '~ ■ *#> B i§| smart and distinctive, executed in dependable 9 fm materials. They represent Beath's usual liberal 9 jj|l COAT in Brown Covert Cloth, Raglan sleeves, / If I f Y^fitok 9 M RAINCOAT in Pawn Heptonette, inset sleeves • | |fc & I liffi iSrii^W B PAWN RAINCOAT, lined throughout with cheek «_ H! ' lining; worn high to neck, or open. V< MiYTirlEßin^r 9 Beath's Price 105/- lL 'USA 1 HIII I DEXTER RAINCOATS, in shades of Fawn, || 918 il Beath's Prices B£gs lG|gs llsgs ■■'A\sn - MfPlfll B BURBERRY RAINCOATS, in Green, Brown, and (WIV 11 I II 9 Pawn; loose fitting and belted styles; lined 11^^ ill nil 19 9 °BeSh;s Prices 7£gs lOJgs 12|gs 15|gs . fffli iIHII ' 9 TWEED COAT, in Brown Heather■ Mixture, pleats I 111 Hi will 9 COAT IN GREEN TWEED, with- largo collar,. !i I| |hl|| jl B (USEFUL TWEED COAT in Brown; loose fitting' IVB \ ilfill !■ I and Belted, with, pockets; can be worn high „ | 11. !H^b|l Iff 9 to neck or open. Beath's Price 105/- 118 I B||y 111 . B SMART COAT in Tweed, with wrap collar, patch | 111 mIImIII 9 I Christchurch S

mELAJN'S BSBENOB t Om battle makes a pint of line** family eouft Md oold remedy. Cet*2/-. SmmW. New Zealand Staff Officer's Record of His "Ford" Here is the record of a Ford Car used by a New Zealand Staff Officer whose familiar to • every New Zealander: ...Mileage, 1914 ... 600 1915 ... 12,000 1916 ... 14,000 1917 ... 14,000 „ 1918 ... JjMHK) Total 54,600 Crossed the Rimuitakas 650 Times without a stop or hitch of any kind, though journeys were made at al! hours, day and night, in all • weathers." ::' ' ® Analysis' of Cost perMile during 1918: Average petrol consumption; 20 miles to ■::;. gallon purchased at war prices ... ... IJd. mile Cost of tyres per mile I;]d. „ Cost of repair, lubrication oils and grease ... Ud. „ Cost of depreciation 20% p.a.; interest 5% p.a.; and insurance ... ijd. „ Total cost per mile, In- {S^3 eluding co3t of car • • f?jj^f »» Only Four "Stops" in Four -Years Causes: (1) Want of oil on commutator—own fault. (2) Ran out Petrol. (3) Ran into a train at 25 miles p.b. . . (4) Differential troublebreakdown. In the last case, which occurred in the city, it was exactly 40 minutes from the time of breakdown to starting again, and during this forty minutes a complete new rear axle and differential was fitted. Proof of the absolute authenticity of this record will be given to any interested enquirer. The Colonial Motor Co., Ltd. „ nd - Wellington - Timaru Hftillßß . ■ hi. ■■^^m. J. E. RULE, Ashburton, Agent, >

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 2 May 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 2 May 1919