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BURNING QUESTION, , M Of How to Obtain the Best Light to ti'QsS^^&JvM&SkJiSl*/ Use Round your Farm Buildings is *W^| \//jmKr^\^ easily solved. The ■vIwTWW^? 1 QUICK-LIGHT AIR-O'-LANTERN , ' w)jflSl|lsJHulv J is 'the Finest STABLE LANTERN ever tSißkßk!# It burns for 12 to 14 hours on ONE PINT OF PETROL OR BEN- /Iy J|W S^Jfelr The . Air-o J-Lantern can be lit with l^^fflfivu s~s— an ordinary iniateh, and is \\t\Sßtlll ill" SAFER THAN ANY LANTERN XvDMfA^ The flame is protected from the wind i V^BfflHil"^? THERE IS NO GLASS TO BREAK. jt A steady, clear, penetrating light. {j PRICE—£3. | ..'"■■ y THE PREMIER HARDWARE MERCHANTS, EAST STREET. ('Phone 42.) ASHETJRTON. The Historic Overland. Many years ago the FARMERS' CO.OP. sti out earnest^ io secure a Car Agency for New Zealand—the Association wanted tfov best that money could buy, it wanted a Car suitable for the "Man on the Land"—with special engine and chassis specification for New/ Zealand roads. After exhaustive t^sts were made with leading American manufacturers, finally the OVfIRLAND was selected, its preeminent in car value and mechanical eanstruction. This make of Car has "Made Good" up hill and town dale, ev«r smet Cars «ame to this country. It speaks for itswt when we say that we have meaner ".hanged our Car Agency, that's because we are satisfretf with the i OVERLAND. It has stood the test of time, ami that to tfie best ', passible test on any machinery. Viften you pwrehas* an OVER- I LAND, you have FARMERS' CO.OP. Service at tEie baoli of you tt>i ; the life of ycur Car. Ask or write for Cetafogire—or better atHth- \ Sot us demonstrate the oVERLAND'S capabilities. . f Farmers Garage, j "THE HOME OF TKE MOTOR CAR. 1* 4

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

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

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