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CHURCH SERVICES, - STEPHEN'S SUNDAY, MARCH 8. The Services will be as follows:— 8 a.m., Holy Communion. ' N 11 a.m., Morning Prayer and Sermon. (Scouts' Parade). 3 p.m., Children's Service. 4 p.m., Holy Baptisms. 6.30 p.m., Evening grayer and Special Lenten Sermon. Winchmore, 11 a.m. Greenstreet, 3 p.m. j ;•- QT. ANDREW'S ' ..CHURCH. Harvest Thanksgiving Services. Morning, 11 a.m. Anthem: "Ye shall dwell in the land." (Stain er). Evening, 6.30. p.m. Solo: "His salvation is nigh them that fear Him" (by W.~ SternV dale Bennett). Preacher: REV. GEO.,'MILLER. BAPTIST TABERNACLE ■ J Harvest Tlianksgiving Services.

11 a.m. "In Touch with the Eternal." 6.0 p.m. "Harvest Home." Preacher—Rev. H. B. Hughes, M.A. Special Singing. Special Harvest' Offerings. All Welcome. Thursday, March 12.—Harvest Social and Welcome to Rev. H. B. and Mrs Hughes. , Addresses by Rev. J. J. North, local Ministers and others. Good Programme. Refreshments. Commence at 7.30 p.m. Collection. ASHBURTON METHODIST J\. CHURCHES. BARING SQUARE. \ 11 a.m. Mr G. W. Lpadley. " ' 6.80 p.m., Rev. T. R. B. Woolloxall. Subject: "An Honest Doubter." Anthem: "The da,y is past and over." (Christopher Marks). „ WILLS ST.REF/L 11 a.m. Mr C Andrews. 6.30 p.m. Mr W. J. Brown. CHURCH "OF" CHRIStT \J Harvest Thanksgiving Services. 11 a.m. Worship. Bible School, 2.30 p.m. 6.30 p.m. Subject: "Bread." J. M. limes, Preacher. Monday Evening—Sale of Produce at 1 7.30." A cordial welcome to everyone.

L VAT;'! ON " a;R'M Y. 7 and 11 a.m., 1 3 and 7 p.m. —Band Sunday. Special Collections in aid of Band. Envoy Tilbrook conducting. 3 108 TANORED STREET HALL. (Opposite New Theatre). MR BERNARD FOX (late of Edinburgh), will (D.V.) Preach the Gospel of the Grace of God To-Morrow Evening at 6.30. Come and bring your Friends. Everything free. ' 3 119 LOST AND FOUND. WILL the Person who, on Wednesday afternoon, took by mistake a Lady's "Premier" Bicycle from outside Seger's Shop, East Street, and left \ a "Tourist" Bicycle in its place, please return the former to Miss K. Small, care Mrs E. F. Nicoll, corner Wills Street and West Belt. 3 118 LOST, between Cameron Street East and Domain—Grey Suede Purse, containing return railway ticket. Reward "Guardian" office. * 3 106 FOR SALE AND TO LET, FOR SALE.

Si.. ACRE Section, 5-Roomod Houso, ! \'£ m Gas in each room ; all convenicn/ces; workshop. . | 1 • ■ 117 Cambridge Street,. ' ,3 97 ■ OIF Wakamri ltoad. W "ANTED to Sell.—Good Cow, in ' profit, quiet and sound.—Apply to "Guardian" Office. 3114 WANTED to Sell.—General Traced Mare; perfectly quiet and sound. Broken to saddle and harness. For full „ particulars apply to Mrs Fisher, Fairton. , / 3 111 FOR Sale.—Prime new Onions, 121b. i for Is. Cheaper in larger quan- i tities.—Thomas Bros. ', <* FOR Sale.—Pears, Peaches, Plums, ! Apples, etc. —Thomas Bros. FOR Sale.—Apples, Tomatoes, Pota- | , ' toes.—S. Porter, Netherby. 39S TO Let.—Small Cottage; suit elderly couple.—Apply 117 Cox Street East, * ' . 3 110

j BUSINESS NOTICES. STOP! Look Here! We can do anything in the Painting Trade; Material and Workmanship of the very best. Fifteen years' experience in Glasgow, the second city of the Empire. Cheapest firm in town. WILSON AND DEVLIN, Moore Street, Ashburton. SECOND-HAND Cycles—thoroughly .overhauled and in first-class order. Good serviceable Machines from £3 ]os, deposits from £I.—At John Orr 'and Co.'s East Street Store. 176

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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