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TENDERS. _ __^ . !_________ ASHBURTON HOSPITAL AND ' CHARITABLE AID BOARD TENDERS arc invited for Hospital Supplies as under, from Ist April 1914, to 31st March, 1915, inclusive:— Bread, Meat, Groceries, Coal and i Firewood, Milk, Drugs, etc. Also,—lnterments (Charitable Aid Cases). Tenders, as per Schedules, will be received at the Board's Otlice. ,->2 West Street, up to 5 p.m., Jtfth hVbruary, (1914. Forms^and Conditions of Tender maybe obtained on application. Tenders must be acc-ompnniotl by a Cash Deposit of £2, ai;d marked: Tender for Hospital Supplies. No Tender necessarily accepted. By Order, 1 .' * ARTHUR. CLARKE, 2 194 ■«.. Secretary. CHURCH SERVJCES. | . Jot. stei'henV- ouuuoa. SUNDAY, 212ntl KKBHUAR-Y. The Services will be as follows:— 8 a.m., Holy Communion. 11 a.m., Morning Prayer, Litany and Sermon. 6,30 p.m., Evening Prayer and Sermon 3 p.m., Service at Soafield and at Greens tree I. 7 p.m., Service at "Wiiirhniore. 2 312 A SHBURTON METHODIST J\ CHURCHES. BARING SQUARE. 11 a.m., Mr W. Hardiiv.-;. ; 6.30 p.m. Subject: '"Strength." Preacher: Rev. W. Jiurley, M.A. Anthem: "Sun of My Soul" (Crooks). , WILLS STREET. % 11 a.m. Subject: '"The Peace of God a. Guard."-—Rev. W. Hurley, M.A. 6.30 p.m., Mv T.. Wakdiu. " 2 299 ST. Andrew's Church—Divine Ser-] vice: 11 a.m. and 0.30 p.m.—-Rev. ' Geo. Miller. ' 2 208 BAPTIST Tabernacle.—Services at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher, Pastor R. J. Ambury. /CHURCH of Christ—ll a.m. and •> Kj 6.30 p.m.—Evangelist J. M. Innes, Preacher. TANGRED Street Hali (opposite New Theatre). —The Gospel will be preached To-Morrow Evening, 6.30. BUSINESS NOTICES. CORRECT COSTUME FASHIONS AT CRAIGHEAD'S. . . . ■ . — The latest turn in the wheel of Fashion-craft in COSTUME FASHIONS . . . is shown hero at CVaijJiead's. Exclusive Styles, Charming Now : Materials, and Tailoring with a beauty of line and an air of distinction, that only we!!-tailored Costumes express. To be correctly costumed, be measured at Craighead's. H. & E. CRAIQHEAB, TAILORS, ASHBURTON. /^iONNAUGHT TWO STROKE MO\J TORS.—We have been appointed Agents for this Splendid Machine, and will be pleased to demonstrate it to all who are iij^erested. li fa without doubt the best lightweight motor on the market. . . SIDE OARS.—CaII and inspect our New Models. Price and Quality, right. RTJDGE MOTORS.—Latest Budge performance at Brooklands: Mile a minute for seven hours, breaking seven records. v CHAS. E. BAILEY, Tancred Street. W. PAGE, Representative^ ; 132 H. L. BARS<!ER, FARM PRODUCE'BUYERS' REPRESENTATTVE, ' LAND AND WOOL SALESMAN, BURNETT STREET, . ASHBURTON \ *~IASH BUYER of GRAIN, SEEDS, PRODUCE, and . ... / FAT LAMBS AND SHEEP. (At per Head:or per'pound.) WOOL received for Christchurch Sales, account I'mi^ '»nd Co. WOOL reeep't.,l lor Timaru Rales, account Canterbury Farmers' Association. SUPERIOR FARM SEEDS supplied, railage frew, cit neare-fc Railway Station, i Agent for QUEENSLAND INSURANCE CO. , (~i 'OGGL'ES for TJireshing nnd ChafiX cutting, jiew- pattni'n bv.ind. At pair.—At. John Orr and Co.'s Efh-i < Street Store. 1 76 WANTED Known.—That Osm&j and Co. (late Bell Bros.), have secured the agency for the well-known i Hollis and Raleigh Cycles, and having purchaserl a. large quantity of both Machines^ are prepared to make liberal allowances on old Cycles as part payment. Prices from £7 10s upwards.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914