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Get an " Overland " and make your Farm Mammoth Production Q. ssro Q of The secret “ Overland Efficiency and Economy. > 0 Stes 0 A & (0 9 * i63sl an Every 3 Every day 200 Cars aro dispatched from the ninety-six acres of “Overland” factories. Over 50,000 new “Overlands” will be in use this year. Those impressive figures indicate how this Car stands in the estimation of the buying public. The “Overland” is outselling all others. Its price is fully 25 per cent, lower than that of other Cara similarly built and equipped. Owing to their enormous output the Overland Company are able to reduce production costs to a minimum by purchasing raw material at do west prices and employing labour-saving Overland ” is Built machinery in each department. The savings are shared with everyone who buys an Overland. If you are in the market for a Motor Car, do not fail to seethe “Overland.” Get a descriptive Catalogue and make o strict comparison with other and more expensive cars, of every essential feature, such as the power of the motor, the size of the tyres, the length of the wheel base, the roominess and comfort of the tonneau, th® quality of the equipment. Do this and you will find there is nothing lacking in the “Overland.” ITS VALUE IS AMAZING! The Greatest Automobile Value in the World! a Town “ Suburb"! Chief Agents'for South Island i RZ. Farmers’ Co-Op. Assn, of Canterbury, Ltd., Christchurch Overland Local Agent*: WIMPENNY BROS. AND ROD, LTD.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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