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ao OVERLAND | Cit, This Car is a combination of every thins I] makes for luxurious and confident motoring. I Clt has the streaming lines of a graceful yacht. IS Its straight flush sides are unrnarred by locks or II catches. The roomy body seats five persons in jl comfort. Superb upholstery and rich appointments If emphasize the distinguished appearance of the The Best Car for the Least Money! C 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 springs 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 25% lower than other makers' prices if they did not effect substantial economies through their mammoth output of 50,000 Cars per annum. <SL Write for a Catalogue and read all about this wonderful Car. Arrange for a demonstration rim. Then \ buy an "Overland" and pocket the 25% saving. MX Farmers' Co-op, Assn. of Canterbury, Ltd, CHKISTCHUECH *^W wb3 >w-«*r "~'£ OVERLAND LOCAL. AGENTS: "' ,WB "" M V a ?T PL'L, L"0 a&iSiiFYS*' lmm*iw*mmm#sm <" tj~"JTZWiCT n r"USm \m IT Business \n our Stores continues as usur.s. ws continue to sell L '■l at our okl " PEACE " PRICES. We iiavo from the very outset m 'l "! refused' to sell at inflated pricas, and neittics* Wars nsr Rumors M |m o? Wars wf(S persuad* ua to desert this our Fixed Policy. k ] & j /leip jroar Vountry g r| «ff By keeping t ratio movi.«jr, and iH-f>i yeursaif at Uia ssn-.s tlma H |j by attending to your Fcsiivaar neocls now. irs s.ohe of the tiraati J || ?.nci unoertasnty wSiich prsvaiis eisewftors, ovr Steaks are n:ore gj| extsnslvo ant! srjers varied tfrG.n ever, ami comprise everything '1 '! that Is Kw; and in Foctwsar s '■^ i K 1 fi ILJs &&.H.&3& "I i'| *fj Buy what you rtescl as \"ra nestt it, and' you wiSf no? any inn?, ted ;^ & prices if you sh&p at $ ;^i^feSS«2!; , £^K?S?E2^^ /y • 1 HOLY'* IS Si£ Always Jba&y &nos bmres, 212-214 Geome St >^mMtdmmm^mmimimmmmmmmmi^ nstoKcsssaamsesiiEssß&ass imiiil|Mi| I'BKB^SBS^iaasasisß^aKsx'^aßs^^sstns^^ I'FaV, hoi* *<! #5 The Sen sou for FRUIT AXD JAM is drawing nig'i, ;md we are nmnarvul to supply the wants at a moderate- price. > BOTTLES &std JARS. | PRESERVING BOTTLES. .™iir l pint> nnd 1 Q"arti|j i! I. . ' ■ |;ii;l!p|S Bcrow Top, Narrow and Wide MoutK. 'i!"!!ij{ 1j 1 f | !|l iJiIII ' ' PRESERVING BOWLES. f feiftS Wide Mouth, with Glass Top. B . (** ."l jit f mil'lllllHT j'i!i;'i ; l!il!y 1 Pint and 1 Quart. ■I. "I I i lib, with Tin Lida. KhittllNllM II m Glas&j to take PapGr Oover«. PAPER COVERS, to suit ll'o and 21b Glass Jars Bx3 p?r packet. BRASS JAM PANS 8/G to 10/6. SCALKS FOR WEIGHING, complete with Weights 21b down. 5 3 complete. 243 GEORGE ST.. Near Hanover St.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915