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-«% v S' srx Test the “Overland” On That Steep Hill Near You! Let this excellent Car prove its worth as a hill-climher. Up it will go without pounding or snorting—just a steady pull to the top. Try it out on rough roads. The “Overland” will surprise you. Jolts, jerks and jars cannot mar this Car: it is built for long and arduous service. Run over the fundamentals of the “Overland ” Compare them with those of higher-priced Cars. You will find a correspondence in every essential detail. The style—the seating capacity—the chassis —the wheel base —the motor —the power —the finish —the equipment —the comfort —all these are equal in every roepeot to what you get in Cars costing 25 % more. The The Best Car for the Least Money ! gives you greater value because it costs less than other Cars to produce. No fewer than 50,000 “Overlands" will be built this year. You can understand what enormous economies this huge output effects. Have a talk with the nearest “Overland” dealer. He will explain this 25/„ saving. LARGE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING. Chief Agents for South Island : N.Z. FARMERS’ CO-OP. ASSN. OF CANTERBURY, LTD, CHRISTCHURCH Overland Local Agents; WIMPENNY BROS. AND REID, LTD. HAINEB-<W 8 ’Phone; 479, ' Factory : 1,865. Private : 3,183. Furniture, Linoleum, Carpet, and Rug Warehouse 24 GEORGE ST., DUNEDIN. GREAT BARGAINS! Our Immense Stock if* now offered at. Prices that will induce you to buy. Now is your opportunity. Don’t miss this offer. Coma and see for yourselves. SECURE A SHARE OF THE PROFITS OF THE € Australian Mutual Pi For the CURRENT YEAR l,v EFFECTING A LIFE ASSURANCi POLICY with that Office BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR The following are a few ACTUAL EX.A A! I MACS of BOX (ASKS declarer a« at 31st December. 1913. on Whole-Life Policies, Table A. cffectec during OCTOBER. NOVEMB”,R. .■»„! DEC'iE'S 11 ifßl9 IE Potter No, ! AOB j Sea ruraira lUu. , 1H1 " K^.I ;® loS *" t £ s (1 7 17 11 17 0 0 li + !t 22 19 3 U 2 6 !» IS 0 CJ 0 2 r 10 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 BONUSES VEST WHEN POLICIES HAVE BEEN TWO 12) YEARS IN FORCE The amount of PROFIT distributed amongst POLICY HOLDERS for the ONE YEAR 1913 exceeded NINE iiENDUED AND EIGHTY-THREE THOUSAND POUNDS CASH. REMEMBER the NAME OF OFFICE and ADDRESS, because NO OTHER OFFICE DIVIDES SUCH LARGE PROFITS. Branch Office—CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY. WELLINGTON. The Hon C J. JOHNSTON', M.L.C. (Chairman); A. de B. BRANDON, Esq, (Deputy-Chairman), JOHN DUNCAN. Esq., JOSEPH JOSEPH, Esq., and HAROLD BEAUCHAMP, Esq. EDM ARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. Dunedin District Office— B. R. STOCK, Corner Princes and Dowling Streets. District Secretary. FURNITURE SALE! During the Present Month are offering Great Values in Furniture. DUCHESSE CHESTS, 22/6; 7-PIECE SADDLEBAG SUITE, £lO 10/| 9-PIECE CROMWELL SUITE, Moquette covering, £l7 10/: FUMED OAK SIDEBOARDS from £6 15/; ANTIQUE OAK BEDROOM SUITES. £l2 10/) BEDROOM SUITES, comprising Mirror Door Wardrobe, Ducbessc Chest. Washstand, 3ft Bedstead, Wire and Flock Mattress, £ll 7/0. PRICES GREATLY REDUCED TO EFFECT A SPEEDY SALE. J. & A. WILKINSON, LTD. CORNER KING AND ST. ANDREW STREETS.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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