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BUSINESS NOTICES. MEN'S WINTER UNDERWEAR AT FINE PRICES. Warm Wooiloy Underwear is the most Natural Clothing for Winter. Ifc does not irritate the skin, but maintains that healthy glowing heat tjiat ' wool alone can induce in cold weather. All these are guaranteed lines—noth- i ing offered otherwise here. The prices I are based upon quick sales. Compare them and you'll come, here for value...' MEN'S PLAIN ALL-WOOL PANTS , 6/11 MEN'S RJBBED ALL-WOOL PANTS 7/6 7/11 MEN'S EXTRA, HEAVY NATURAL AN© SHETLAND COLOURS PURE WOOL ROSLYN SHIRTS *AND> PAJSTS— - 8/6 9/S MEN'S LONG or SHORT-SLEEVED PURE WOOL UNDERSHIRTS— 6/6 6/11 7/6 8/6 MEN'S DELTA FINISH UNSHRINKABLE PURE, WOOL (Fawn Colour) SHIRTS AND PANTS, best Roslyn make. ; 12/6 13/6 MEN'S NATURAL DELTA FINISH MOSGIEL SHIHTO AND PANTS,, unshrinkable; all.sizes — 12/9 13/6 MEN'S HEAfHER. and WHITE WOOL SWEATERS— 8/6 11/6 BUTCHER'S * JERSEYS— 7/11 8/6 ■j T. A. BRYANT. GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER. Mitchell ft&d Turner's Building*, . BURNETT STREET. AN UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL. , Received by H: C. PERCY, by the las^; English Mail. . From Cadet F. G. Tott, M. No. 13, Ofgcei- C, Batt., Newmai'ket, 20.1.19. TO. >fE PERCY,— Dear Sir, — \ ,T-o test a razor, join the Army. /.Five years' ago I bought a razor J'frbm your shop—it is like J.W.W.— "still going strong." 1 paid the humble sum of 10b 6d for it. I can honestly say it's the best 10s '0d worth 1 have bought in my life. ' Vv 7e have- to shave every day in the Army, and this is a fact—l have only had a barber shave me she times since I left N.Z. By the way, the razor is going, I have nopes of using the razor anotlver five years. I Mi 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. ; GOOD READING FOR THE LONG EVENINGS. The long evenings by the fireside have .come round again, with the peed for an entertaining book. Here's a list of the most engrossing tales published to-day. A short list, of pourse, but if you live.away,^t,will.-help>tyou to select a book* or two which -can be posted to you. If you caii come in and, see the .vei*y many .fine volumes avyaiting your selection, you'B. i'oertainly get - any Wt~6f book you need easier. Any special book oi^fc in stock can be prp^ Fine Stories at 5/-, posted o/b. • U.P. TRAIL, by 7>ane Grey. A NAVAL ADVENTURESS, by Paul! Trent. ';■ ' THE AMAZING INTERLUDE, by Mary Roberts Rinehart. THE PRICE OF A THRONE, by Joseph Hocking. . ; „' ': GREATHEAUT,. by Ethel M.; Dell. MY LIFE OF AiDVENTURE,-:l)y,A, G.'Halefi: ""- '-'•'■' " •■'<■■* - Gowl Yarns'at 2/3, postod 2<6. ->■ PATRICIA PLAYS A .PART, ami THE VACILLATIONS OF. HAZEL, by Ma.bel Barnes Grnnrly. . r .; GIMZEL MAEIiiED, by' Mrs George YTHE .LONE STATI .RANGER, THE RAINBOW TRAIL; and- DISEET ■GOLD, by Zane Grey: ; . THE IRON TIUIL. by Ilex Beach. . TRENT'S LAST .CASE, h y E- c. Hentley; also, HIS QFiirtOIAL.FIANCEE, a new supply at 2/6. POST CARD ALBUMS; one card pn a page, and others 2, 3, and 4 V a page. Various- styles and bindings, up; to 10s 6d. ■■■■"■'„ SNAP SHOT PHOTO ALBUMS, all sizes.-. PASTE IN SNA? Z -'SHOT PHOTO ALBUMS. ALBUMS ,a.nd a Large. Assortment of' Scraps foi'. ■the tih'ildren. • />''■ >' XOOR IN THE WTNIX)W> A, W. HOPKIH^i BOOKSEiLLER AND STATTONER. EAST STREET. 'Phbn«vi9o. .^- ■ ■ -~£~ r-—-----^----rr 7T.. / ■'■ ■ ■ tea; •j- .;■'■ ;,. •/~1 OOD Ceviou Tea, Is 9d/p'er Ib, orXJ • & 6d"per slb Box/ Colombo Tea". sibs Br«s'6d and 10s; : ,<!;^lb Boxes :; Broken Orange' Pekoft iOSt j^b Boxes Tea <tlte besi-;pfrdcura-bl«), ■: "'■-■""■' THOMAS BROS.! T> XjPERS -of Harlj^ and jLI/Cjliidian Motor u'<Cyel«i can no* Cmoh*r "or*»diKni«b«*" » ;'miK»m ft--- {SoU. >f ****** ****• :

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9603, 7 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9603, 7 May 1919