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m m m ;***» Z*Wt % m Test the m m fZZk m Let this excellent Car prove its worth as a hill-climber. 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 I—the 1 —the finish —the equipment —the comfort —all these are equal in every respect to what you get in Cars coating 25% 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 saving. LARGE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING. Chief Agents for South Island : M.Z. FARMERS" CO-OP. ASSN. OF CANTERBURY, LTD. CHRISTCHURCH Overland Local Agents: WIMPENNY BROS. AND REID, LTD.

FEED YOUR CHILD ON TT THE FINEST FOOD FOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. All Grocers and Storekeepers.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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