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PUBLIC NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT NATIONAL PROVIDENT FUND. LIBERAL BENEFITS IN MATERNITY. WIDOWHOOD. ORPHANAGE. INCAPACITY. s AND OLD AGE. LOW CONTRIBUTION. NO MEDICAL INSPECTION. EASY TO JOIN. RETURN OF CONTRIBUTIONS ON LEAVING. Full information obtainable from the Official Representative, Mr J. J. O'Gorman, at the Post Office Counter, during the week, betwen 7 and 8 every ingCorrespondence invited. ROBERT E. HAVES, Superintendent, 2 359 ' Wellington. ALFORD FOREST RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING, MARCH 17, } ' 1914. TIIHE Privileges for this Meeting, including REFRESHMENT BOOTH. FRUIT AND LOLLIE STALLS. Will be Sold by auction at Methven TO-MORROW (February 26). W. L. GRTEVE, 2.366 Hon. Sec. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. CRICKET MATCH AT CHRISTCHURCH. I^XCUIiSION Tickets will be issued -i to Christchurch from Ashburton, Waikari, and intermediate stations, including Branches, by trains arriving at Ohristchurch up to 2.50 p.m. on February 28th. Qn 28th February the afternoon • trains from Christchurch for Ashburton • and Methven Branch will start at 5.40 p.m., arriving Ashburton 8.5 p.m. and Methven 8.50 p.m. For full particulars see posters. 2 358 BY GRDEB,. CANTERBURY ROLLER FLOUR MILLS. BuJ'ers of MILLING WHEAT. /~\FFICE in Arcade open Tuesdays and Saturdays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Once used Wheat Sacks on Hand. Telephone No. 75. 2.341 LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED to my place,—Rough- - Haired Sheep Dog.—James-Hen-derson, Alford Forest Road. . 2 373 ; YXTOULD the Person who is known [ W to have taken a Case of Oil from Somerton Railway Station, consigned to A. J. Magson, kindly return same to save further trouble ? 2 ,361 FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR Sale, Cheap.—A quantity of Freestone Peaches, for bottling. —Henry Stephenspn. ' 2 368 FOR, Sale—3-Jin centre Drummond Lathe, complete i with- chucks, faceplate ,overhead gear,,tools, etc. All in good order. Any inspection.—Apply "Lathe," care this office.' 2 369 FOR Sale.—Good Cooking Apples from Id per lb., also Pears for bot-tling.-—Apply next Canterbury Mills., \T7 ANTED to Sell—s h.p. Twin M o l W tor Cycle in first-class order, £35; or exchange with light-weight.— Apply G. Loughrey, Ashton. > 2 327 BUSINESS NOTiocS. FOR FURNITURE ' ;; ■■-■■' " '" Go to ' ■•■■•■ ■:-;: D. CRAICHEAD & CO., mHEIR FURNITURE is MADE WELL. LOOKS WELL. WEARS WELL. Desi ns Unique. Designs Unique. 4.11 Orders are carried out PROMPTLY. WITH GOOD MATERIAL. And HONEST WORKMANSHIP. Prices Reasonable. Try them. v D. CRAiGHEAD & CO., VICTORIA STREET. ] (One Minute from Post Office). PROFIT-SHARING BOOT SHOP. BY Paying 10s Per Annum you can buy Footwear at Is above Cost Price. This means a saving of Pounds to you. : Try it, and tell your Friends. BOOT REPAIRING.- -I have installed the most ingenious Electric Boot Finishing Machine. Prime English Sole Leather always i on hand. 1 BARKER'S, Tancred Street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 25 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 25 February 1914

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