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I Coats and Raincoats I I Dependable and Stylish, too I I Right at the outset, note that Beath's stocks of H I Coats and Raincoats this year are particularly ■ /Oft I ■ large, due to the very active operations of our /I^ancl 9 I buyers upon the world's leading markets. &2£n£*fe«w I H Skilful selection on their part has assured styles jrll'' isSr I B' smart and distinctive, executed in dependable I H materials. They represent Beath's usual liberal . I I policy in value-giving*. , .. J^f I H COAT in Brown Covert Cloth, Raglan sleeves, /if I f i^BL ~'l H belt; lined to waist— • V \ \ -/rJ llt^K^ I ■ . Beath's Price 8£ guineas I C.I Vjj*U IHifJk ■ ■ RAINCOAT in Fawn Heptonette, inset sleeves; I Mil 11 VSI Jl X^JP 'BB belted styles; pockets. I & HVVlT i^Mmtmii^^^m H ■ ' Beath's Price 84/- fc J3ft^=^TSßßF3t "" _ / PAWN RAINCOAT, lined throughout with check |v^SflY^s33wftßr n fli lining; worn high to neck, or open. f Cw Mli\lll ' OTßlw^P^ B Beath's Price 105/- 'V£Atl|l ■II ■ DEXTER RAINCOATS, in shades of Fawn, l|S/flu\li VII H H Brown, and Green. ' J i !\' BH Q ■ Beath's Prices B£gs 10|gs U|gs \Z7\ MlPlllß I ■ BURBERRY RAINCOATS, in Green, Brown, and JtM^ ll'lll I H Fawn; loose fitting and belted styles; lined ■ fill^ 11111, H I Beath's Prices 7fgs lOJgs 12Jgs 15|gs f||| IT lIS I H .. TWEED COAT, in Brown Heather Mixture, pleats I 111 l&i'Jl I H at back; belt; large wrap collar. Bill lII'M H ■ ; Beath's Price 79/6 fill HI 111 I ■ COAT IN GREEN TWEED, with large collar, I ill * H|| II ■ H belt, and pockets; S,W., W., and OS. Ivlll Bill II ■ ■ Beath's Price 89/6 I Kill' iHII 19 ■ ■ USEFUL TWEED COAT in Brown; loose fitting IW *\ |9 Iff || I H and Belted, with pockets; can be worn high IHi t^llv (I ' I ■ to neck or open. Beath's Price 105/- ||| N^llif II I ■ SMART COAT in Tweed, with wrap collar, patch 111 HIII II I H pockets, belt, turn-back cuffs. ill HlllV I H Beath's Price B|gs |W| JvWIV I I Christchurch I

Cunningham's big boot sale. Inspect Our Windows. Ladies' Men's BOSTOCK GLACE DERBY SHOES MEN'S HEAVY KIP PEGGED Pat. Caps— , SHOOTERS. No caps or back 21S — Usually 32S 6d. straps. Made on the Military last— ladies 1 box calf derby ' 28s 6d— Usually 36$ 61, SHOES. Pat. Caps— 18s 11d— Usually 26s 6d. men's bo&tOCK GLACE derBY BOOTS; welted soles. ladies' PATENT COURT SHOES 29s 6ft—Sold Elsewhere 455. Solid Leather**^"-.;. , •■• ; ■ 2tS— Usually 355. MEN'S BOX CALF DERBY SHOES; for dress-wear^- ; LADIES' BOX CALF JDERBY • 33s 66—Usually 455. BOOTS, for Winter— ' : 27S 11d—Usually 37s 6d. MEN'S BOX CALF DERBY BOOTS; welted soles; for best LADIES' TAN WILLOW BOOTS— wearGabardine Tops; extra high legs. 35S — Usually 42s 6d. 32S 6d— Usually 455. TAN WILLOW Heavy Welted LADIES' BOSTOCK PAT. BUT- S^ BOOT; suitable for farmTON BOOTS; .-Gabardine Top— . 32S 6d—Usually 455. s iust arrived. 355- Sold Elsewhere 47s 6d. nailed shooters18s 11d— Usually 23s 6d. LADIES' GLACE DERBY SHOES. BLUCHERS— ltp«2oles ,» „ ao *a 12s 6d— Usually 14s lid. 16s 11d Usually 28s 6d. Heavy Kip Whole Ba *k SHOOTLarge Assortment of CHILDREN'S ERS; nailed—32s 6d. The. Boot in stock. for Winter. s THIS SHOP HAS NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER FIRM IN ASH BURTON. CLIFTON KEAT, Manager.

General AHenby Crossing the Desert in a Ford 41F," writing in the London Daily Mail says: "The last I saw of General Allenby was at his Desert Headquarters before Gaza, a year ago, sitting upright in a Ford Car — the King of the Desert and the only car that will tackle the sand! 3' In . Egypt and Mesopotamia, in France and Belgium, on every Front in this war the Ford has proved itself time and again to be "the only car" to tackle and triumph over the worst conditions of road, and track. That is why the Ford is the car for New Zealand —best for-; 4 o/^road», for all weathers and all seasons. ; The Colonial Motor Co. ' Limited . ' " - . Auckland - - Wellington l . . ■ ... ■ • Tuxwr?? ■ ' -..'.■■■ • . ' . . J. E. RULE, AS HBURTON, Agent

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9609, 14 May 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9609, 14 May 1919

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