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You’ll. Ride with Pride in an OVERLAND C. This Car is a combination of everything that makes for luxurious and confident motoring. Ch It has the streaming lines of a graceful yacht. Its straight flush sides are unmarred by locks or catches. The roomy body seats five persons in comfort. Superb upholstery and rich appointments emphasize the distinguished appearance of the The Best Car for the Least Money (L Tested on the highways and byways, the mechanical perfection of the “ Overland ” comes to light. Press a button and the engine starts. Off goes the Car to plough the sand, soar over hills, or skim along at thirty—forty—fifty miles an hour. Its big tyres and resilient spnngs absorb all road shocks. Wheels, axles, frame, brakes and steering-gear are of a weight and strength to ensure against accident. When lighting-up time comes, touch a switch and the lamps will glow. C. Isn’t it wonderful that this perfectly equipped Car can be sold at a price you can pay—a price which no other manufacturer can touch without financial loss? But even the “Overland” people could not quote fully lower than other makers’ prices if they did not effect substantial economies through their mammoth output of 50,000 Cars per annum. 0, Write for a Catalogue and read all about this wonderful Car, Arrange for a demonstration run. Then buy an “ Overland ” and pocket the 25% saving. Chief Agents for South Island: I. Farmers’ Co-op. Assn, of Canterbury, df G CHRISTCHURCH 0 axi ► ' '’S r C r rvf r r rr V. OVERLAND LOCAL AGENTS: WIMPENNV BROS. AND REID, LTD. R. POWLEY & CO., Wboluale WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANTS, U HOPE STREET, DUNEDIN. SOLE BOTTLERS OF SPEIGHT’S COLD MEDAL ALES AND STOUT For the South and Middle Islands. Agencies; A. AND B. MACKAY'S (" BLACK MACKAY ") WHISKY. PETER DAWSON’S "PERFECTION" WHISKY. We specialise in 2gal. and Sgal. Patent Jars of Ale for the Home and Country Crib—a real boon to Week-enders. MANUFACTURERS OF AERATED WATERS. All other brands of Wines and Spirits can be purchased at market price. Telephone No. 979. Telephone No. 979. i to

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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