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BUSINESS NOTICES.

! MEN'S WfNTER UNDERWEAR AT FINE PRICES. Warm-. WooUey Underwear is the most Natural Clothing for Winter. It does not 1 irritate the skin, but maintains that healthy glowing hea.t that wool alone can induce in cold weather. All these are guaranteed lines—nothing offered otherwise here. The prices ar&rbased upon quick sales., Compare them and you'll come here for' vajue. . , ■;•■•; MEN'S PLAIN ALL-WOOL PANTS 6/11 MEN'S RIBBED ALL-WOOL PANTS 7/6 7/11 MEN'S : EXTRA. HEAVY NATURAL AND* SHETLAND COLOURS PURE WOOL ROSLYN SHIRTS AND : PANTS— t ' 8/6 9/6 MEN'S LONG or SHORT-SLEEVED PURE WOOL UNDERSHIRTS— > 6/6 6/11 7y|6 8/6 MEN'S DELTA FINISH UNSHRINKABLE PURE WOOL, (Fawn. Colour) I SHIRTS -AND PANTS, best Roslyn make. 12/6 13/6 MEN'S NATURAL DELTA FINISH | MOSGEEL SHIRTS AND PANTS, unshrinkable; all,sizes— 12/9 13/6 MEN'S HEATHER. and WHITE WOOL SWEATERS— 8/6 11/6 BUTCHER'S JERSEYS— 7/11 8/6 T. A. BRYANT. GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER. Mitctalt and Turner's Buildings, BURNETT STREET.

AN UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL. Received by H. C. PERCY, by the last English Mail.

I From Cadet P. G. Tott, ,-, M. No. 13; Officer G. Batt-j 1 " ' Newmafket, ,20.1.19. TO MR PERCY,— Deai 1 Sir, — To test a razor, join the Army. . Five years ago I bought a razor from your shop—it is like tf.W.W.— "still going strong." ?: . I paid the humble sum of 10b 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-—I have only had a barber shave, me six times since ! I left N.Z. By the way the razor is going, I have hopes of using the razor 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—I3s 6d.

GAMES FOR THE LONG WINTER EVENINGS. New ones as well as oW favourites. Card Games, Dice Games, and Board Games, and the Ever Popular • Scallywag. Pit, Snap, an-i Happy Families. Loco., Atlantic Records, Motoring, Robinson Crusoe, Blow Football, Snakes and Ladder, Draughts, Chess, j and Dominoes Tronch Warfare. . Permodelle—A Clean Modelling Compound, very suitable for children, does not soil hands or clothes. Several sizes from 1/3 to 5/POEMS BY ELLA W. WILCOX. The Collected Works of this Popular, Poetess are now' ready in several .edi-. tiona, {suitable for presentation or your own bookshelf. Glothbound Illustrated Edition—lo/6 Suedo Leather bound Edition,, on India Paper,, illustrated—lß/8 Padded Paste grain Edition, sit 18/6 Selected Poems, Cloth-bound Edition— 1/6 Also,—A Splendid Assortment of •the latest fiction- at 2/3 and 5/Damo Curtsey's Book of Guessing Contests, 2/6; More Guessing Contests 2/6. ' BOOKS OF RECITATIONS AND DIALOGUES The Thousand-Best Poems,'.s 'Series, at 3/- each .' > Bell's Standard Elo^titionJs>-^4/6». r LOOK IN; TTO WINDOW. A. W. HOPKINS. BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. EAST STREET. 'Phone 120.

TEA. GOOD Ceylon Tea., Is Od per lb, or 8s 6d per 51b Boxj Colombo Tea, 61bs 9s 6d and 10s; 51b Boxes Broken Orange Pekoe 10s; 51b Boxes Taywatt-e Tea (the best procurable), Us. —At ; - THOMAS BROS.

FOR rough roads have CLINCHER TYRES fited to your cycle! They giro n»ore mfles than most tyres, and ensure a freedom from tyre trouble, and are guaranteed .six, nine, iwejve; and fifteen montlifi

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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