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BUSINESS NOTICES. MEN'S WINTER UNDERWEAR AT FINE PRICES. Warm Woolley Underwear is the most Natural Clothing for Winter. It does not irritate the skin, but maintains that healthy glowing heat that wool alone can indnoe in cold weather. All these are guaranteed lines—nothing offered otherwise here. The prices are ba«ed upon quick sales. Compare ' them and you'll come here for i value. ; 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— „ • 8/6 9/8 [MEN'S LONG or SHORT-SLEEVED PORE WOOL UNDERSKIRTS— 6/6 6/11 7/6 8/6 MEN'S DELTA FINISH UNSHRINKABLE PURE WOOL (Fawn Colour) SHIRTS AND PANTS, best Rosryn 1 main. 12/6 13/6 MEN* NATURAL DELTA FINISH XNG'EL SHIRTS AND PANTS, unshrinkable; all sizes— 12/9 13/6 MEN'S HEATHER and WHITE WOOL SWPiAXtfRS— Bi6 11/6 ETCHER'S JERSEYS - 7/11. 8/6 T. A. BRYANT. GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER. Mitchell and Turner's Buildings, BURNETT BTKEE1 1. , A FREE GIFT. ■ ■ ,_ . y f\ F a USEFUL POCKET: CORKSCREW and CROWN CAP LIFTER will be presented to all Customers buying - 5s WORTH AND OVER OF GOODS During'lMlajid JUNE MONTHS. ' V ' __At— • • ; I H. C, PERCY S. GOOD READING FOR THE LONG EVENINGS. I I 'Che lung evenings by the fireside I have come round again, with the need, for an entertaining book. Here's a list of the most engrossing tales publishes! to-day. A short list, or course, but if you live; away it will help you to j select a book or two which can be posted to you. i. If you can come iv oik! see the very many iine volumes await i ing your selection, you'll certainly get 1 any K>rt of book you need easier. Any special book not in stock can be procured. . i Fine Stories at 5/-, pos-ted 5/6. U.P. TRAIL, by Zane Grey. | A NAVAL ADVKNTURESS, by Paul Trent-. THE AMAZING . INTERLUDE, by Mary Roberts tfmehart. THE PRICE OF A THRONE, by Joseph Hocking. GREATHEA'KT, by Ethel M Dell. ' MY LIFE OF ADVENTURE, by A. G. HaleW. ''^V 5 : ■ GoVxi Yams &t]2-li. posted 2,0. ';:■■■ VATRIQU PLAYh:■ .■ A PART, and tTHE VACILLATIiON- 1 OF HAZEL, by r Mab«l -Bibrnes,'Gv -\. ■ < v..: !■ j^I^EI^MAER^L), bj Mis Oeoijre 'TeS> LONE OTAfI RAXGPJR. THE t RAJNBOW TRAIL, : and DESERT GOLD, by Zane Grey,. THB IitONIIIAIL, by Rex Beach TRENT'S LAST CASE, by B. C. BenMey,' also, HIS OFFICIAL FIANCEE, a new supply at 2/6. POST CARD ALBUMS; one <Aid on a page,'and others, 2, 3. and 4 to a page." Various styles and bindings up SHOT PHOTO ALBUMS, all sizes. PASTE IN SNAP SHOT PHOTO ALBUMS. SCRAP ALBUMS and a Large Assortment of Scraps lor tho children. LOOK IN THE WINDOW. A. W. HOPKINS. BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. | EAST STREET. 'Phone 120. TEA. GOOD Ceylon Tea» Is 9d per lb, or ' 8s 6d*pe.r 51b. Box; Colombo Tea Gibs 9s 6d and.lGs; 51b Boxes Broken Orange Pekoe.. 10b; 51b Boxes Jfaywatte Tea (the best procurable), h" ~' THOMAS BROS. RIDERS of Harfey . (Davidson and Indian Motor Cycles can now procure Clincher "Dreadnought" in 28in. i 8. Sold by the ti-ade only.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9604, 8 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9604, 8 May 1919