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Get an “ Over land 1 * and make your Farm a Town “ Suburb*! Mammoth Production of Th ecret □ * Efficiency and Economy. > c &3 0 B % SI § * 0 Every 3 Minutes Every day 200 Cars are dispatched from the ninety-six acres of “Overland” factories. Over 50,000 now“Ovarlands” will be in use this year. ' These 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 Cars 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 .lowest prices and employing labour-saving an “ Overland V is Built machinery in each department. The tarings thus effected are shared with everyone who buys an “ Overland. If you are in the market for a Motor Car, do not fail to see the “Overland.” Out a descriptive Catalogue and make a 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! Chief Agents for South Island t K.Z. Farmers’ Co-Op. Assn, of Canterbury, Ltd., Christchurch Overland Local Agents : WIMPENNY BROS. AND REID, LTD.

UALIIJ HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY ■ ave! While You May ><s »n v is to Ostades * of an emA, as The testably the He Alps take Ad. If there ymg the food ■tocess is rarely oomes twenty -'\ssary to carry things which T. and usually ground they jve, that there of an attack by or of a Hem. The guarded side. C*i*. _ v/vy*j.v. o morrow «vening and on Tuesday and nesday evenings. On Thursday night the bursting of the main water pipe on the third floor of the D.I.C. premises caused a considerable amount of damage. Everything was in order when the caretaker locked up for the night, and it was only on Friday morning the damage was discovered, the mantle department and furnishing department being in a state of flood. A quantity of ladies’ garments on the second floor was badly damaged. The stocks on the ground floor suffered most, a quantity of carpets, curtains, table covers, tapestry, etc., being soaked through and badly damaged. Mr R. Meikle, the contractor for the new King Edward Pavilion at the Dunedin Hospital, entrusted the whole of the electrical work embodied in his contract for the ; Min gs +« Tn’BIG SALE OF DAMAGED STOCK FOR SEVEN BUSY DAYS. CARPETS, TABLE COVERS, CURTAINS, CRETONNES, TAPESTRIES, AT HALF-PRICE. BLOUSES, COSTUMES, FROCKS, DRESSES AT LESS THAN COST. COISE EARLY AND SHARE IN THESE EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS D.I.C. Dunedin D.I.C. finest North the leaf from the best olantaEions, it has captured the public taste from Cape to the Bluff. “T>ie Lancet” says: “Fine t'a means better health. 66

9 t V g (rnyhs&\oids\ \ Sere Throats, j Hoarser.ess &c i Prompt, Safe i and Certain! Children Like it ! m Tne Great \ Family Remedy* 'i JO A. m Pa Bt n eniatmn y? MOSGIEL m «&*• ■' fc The Rug which Commercial aad other Experienced 1 raveilers deem indispensable! MOSGIEL RUGS dfford Comfort, Warmth, and Luxurious Ease under the most varied conditions.. • Solti at all the Best Shops. fME CARE OF YOOI Or, better still, let ns do it for yaa*. Wo are Specialists in Spectacle® (with Certificate). JOHNSTONE & HASLETT* CHEMISTS AND OPTICIANS, SS2 PRINCES STREET Post Office}, OUMEDIM* m hj * Bennington’s Irish Moss , EW»Sy j t /lAnanrl linrtn nSna docs not depend upon “the early stages of a cold to effect its cure. Advaucedeoushs end « :, tK ’ colds in adults or children yield-no', lomeliraea. but ftlwuyt to Bonningloti w - ■ ■ Get n bottle NOW ' be sure ‘tis Bon. Bington’sl Two sites—get the Istge Nit Refuse imitations. '^om!mipo

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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