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Extraordinary Millinery Offering: . ii ys THIS IS NOT AN ORDINARY SALE Ut a Special Sate of WENTER MILLS MERY.—made necessary by special circumstances. All these HATS came to hantfi last week, ex s.s. Hororata. They should have arrived last February. Rather Rate : now, for the big Winter trade, so we've de cided to offer them at HALF THEUR ?. VALUE. Think of it—a new, 1 never-befere-offerdd stock cf. the loveliest Winter.Mitt" ;. ilnery you ever saw, at HALF PRICES. HATS you won't see-in other shops toe- ! cause we buy exclusive models for our trade. Here's an idea of what is waiting -to; you :— EXCLUSIVE VELOURS (City Price 7£ Guineas) all the most charming sbapco and colourings —absolutely exclusive to tis. Our Special Prices 45s to Bfs. Colours include Tade, Fawn, Nigger, Cherry, Lemon, Saxe, and Black. LOVELY FELT HATS,, in the newest hades, including Copper, Shrimp, Navy, 'h • : Pink, Grey, Fawn, and Black—Special at 15s 6d to 33S 6d. READY-TO-WEAR STRAWS. — Most dainty Hats, in the leading shapes— 19S 6d, 21s 6d, 24s 6d, 25s 6d, 27S 6d. WATER-PROOF MOTOR/HATS, in Saxe, Mauve, Purple, and Navy.—Offering at 15S 6d to 27S 6d. ■■';■■, VELVET STITCHED HATS — Perfect quality, in Black and Colom-B. .At Special Price of 11s 6d. "' ' ■ CHILDREN'S COLOURED VELVET STITCHED HATS.-Wonderful Value at 6S 9d. LADIES' TAMS, in Velvet and Plush, in shades of Mauve and Navy, and in Black—9s 6d to 22s 6d. REMEMBER, THE PRICES ARE BUT HALF THE USUAL—WE WAMT TO QUIT THEM. REALLY, YOU CAN'T AFFORD p MISS TWBS SPECIAL HAT SALE. II N.Z. FARMERS CO-OP.. ASHBURTON'S GREATEST STORE. I WEST STREET.

ESSIIPEESE COB BKI ißiailili ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ ■ Ttae Life of a. Football ■: Z depends on the quality of the Rubber air Sj| S retaining Bladder. Toget long service all ■ and satisfaction — always specify Zf t \ bUNLOP fOOIMtL BLADDERS jj j then you are certain that you have a 5| ■ freshly and carefully made bladder, that S | 2' will not leak or burst under the roughest I: 2 handling. It's high-grade and no dearer Z J than many half-perished imported blad- ■ J ciers. Look for the Brand "Dunlop." ..; ; It's your guarantee of service. , ■ " ALL LEADING SPORTS DEPOTS. '" Z B , '■',*■.. ■ ' ■■-.■■ ■. m a m 'A : v ? . .; DUNLOP RUBBER CO. mB . ■'', .- ' '.''rt£tptfo.'i ' /^) • All Stal« ami Ni ■ ' t^afIBiBBEEiECeC^SIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIB A Million Car Owners Are letting the WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY work for them! Are You? " /WiUsird Service is not ordinary service. It is factory-trained { ■;■■.■. ''-," experts co-operating witli yoif. for -.•■■ i :>■'[ ','■■'.' ■ >'"V J -v. . ■'." Y«urdftf|tfWy> Benefit... ■■• .- .-'■>' It pays you in brighter lights, quick starting, ; and faultless ignition. ' ■-.■';.■'■■■■■■<' WllUrd Batteries obtainable from all leading Garag«a» a,Uo WUlard Service Stations.' ''' WILLARD SERVICE STATION, 4g. I©O Lichfield Street, Christchurch. S 'Kill r>Mlll<— IBMPIIWtI I llWltm— ———————— i irn.ni[.Mwii£inMKjjfc-.B^ .' > «*u»uii i . ■ PSJIM T¥EES.~Wo made, a:«p^iTIyfACHINBKT Owners should instal #lality of thi» line, amVrftt tsnJy IVI NORTH BRITISH BELTING in tfc« Smarter Brilißfa North P«le Tyre*- their factories ! Its tlarability and, last-1 inz, wttiok wIH last twice,as long as ing qualHies gives all round satiirfac*aj vtjhar nake. A »etsfitsySiiii a tew. tion. Test it agains^ tall makes.~N:Z. «ittU«M At Oaman'e,; fteal»a<3i» Cjde 'Contvollers, Haywai'S Brosi and C»., W«rts Bonw?tt Sis«€t, Ltd., Ohristchnr«h.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9609, 14 May 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9609, 14 May 1919

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