TENDERS. ASHBURTON HOSPITAL AND CHARITABLE AID BOARD. TENDERS are invited for Hospital Supplies as under, from Ist April, 1914, to 31st March, 1915; inclusive:— Bread,- Meat, Groceries, Coal and Firewood, Milk, Drugs, etc. . Also, —Interments (Charitable Aid Cases). Tenders, as per Schedules, will be received at the Board's 'Office, 52 West Street, up to 5 p.m., 25th February, 1914. ..■ ' Forms and Conditions of Tender may be obtained on application. Tenders must be accompanied by a Cash Deposit of £2, and marked: Tender for Hospital Supplies. No Tender necessarily accepted. By Order, ARTHUR CLARKE, 2 194 ' Secretary. TENDERS. nnENDERS are invited up to Noon, X on SATURDAY, 21st instant, for the Erection of Building for the Hampstead Town Board. The Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. Plans and Specifications may be seen at the Board's Office, Tancred Street. \Y THOMPSON, 2 186 Chairman. mENDERS will be received up to X Noon, on SATURDAY, 21st instant, for the Erection of Horse Stalls, Feed Boxes; also, Removal and Completion of Sheep Pens, on the Show Grounds. - Lowest or any!.."Tender not necessarily accepted. 'Plans and Specifications may be seen at the Association's Rooms, Arcade. J. B. CHRISTIAN, 2 18" Secretary. CHURCH SERVICES. STEPHEN'S Cv (jRCH. SUNDAY, 15th FEBRUARY. The Services will be as follows:— 8 a.m., Holy Communion. ,11 a.m., Morning, Prayer, Sermon, . "and Holy- Commuriidti. 6.30 p.m., Evening Prayer and Sermon Preacher. Rev: E. Whitehouse. 3 p.m., Service at Fan-field: The Vicar. 2 199 TANORED STREET HALL. A SPECIAL SERIES of SERVICES will be. conducted -(God willing), by MR A. F. WITTY, from Ceylon, as under:— SUNDAY EVENING, February 14, At 6.30. Subject: "SATAN'S FALL, WORK, AND DOOM." Illustrated by Large Chart. MONDAY EVENING, February 15, At 7.45. ' • Subject: "MISSIONARY WORK IN CEYLON." Illustrated by Lantern Views. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, February 16 3 p.m. MRS WITTY will conduct a Missionary Meeting for Ladies. TUESDAY EVENING/February 16, At 7.45. Subject: "THE LORD'S COMING FOR HIS SAINTS.-"—John 14, 3. WEDNESDAY EVENING, Feb. 17, ■ ■ ■ ■ • At .7.45. Subject: " THE JUDGMENT SEAT, of , . . CHRISTv"—II Cor., 5, 10. '. A SHBURTON METHODIST J\ CHURCHES. BARING SQUARE. 11 a.m., "The Debt of Methodism to Lay Agency."—Rev. W. J. Elliott. 6.30 (H.C.) " God's .Will For Ashburton." Rev. W. J. Elliott. Anthem,: "Bless The Lord, O My Soul." (Crook). WILLS STREET 11 a.m., Rev. T. R. B. Woolloxall. 6.30 p.m., Rev. T. R. B. Woolloxall: j Retiring Collections for L.P.M-A. O A L VAT lON A R M Y. 7 a.m., Special Prayer Meeting. 11 a.m., Holiness Meeting. 3 p.m., Praise Meeting 7 p.m., Memorial Service to the late Brother Thomas. 2 203 j ST. Andrew's Church—Divine Service : 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. —Rev. ! Geo. Miller. 2 208 -j BAPTIST Tabernacle. —Services at .11 a;m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher, : Pastor R. J- Ambury. TANGRED Street Hall (opposite •New Then(:re)'.~The Gospel will be I preached To-Morrow Evening, 6.30., SLIP POCKETS. TO MOTOR-OAR OWNERS. NOW that the Warm, Dus^y Weather is with us, you will require a neat well-made Slip Cover for the Hood ! when closed, to prevent soiling, fading, ' and to keep out the dust. : Made in Hoodite and Duck. Prices from 255. I FOW. NEW, Practical Oar and Gig Trimmer, Tancred Street Cnear Glenie'B Stables). J TTj LOUSE Bargains at Mitchell and *XS Turner's Qearancv Sale. 100
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914
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