CHURCH SERVICES. OT. STEPHEN'S Cb'liUCH. SUNDAY~MARCH 15. The Services will be as follows:— 8 a.m., Holy Communion. 11 a.m., Morning Prayer, Sermon, and Holy Communion. 6.30 p.m.. Evening Prayer, Story of the Gross, and Special Lenten '■. ( Sermon. Fairfield, 7 p.m., Harvest Festival. GT. , ANDREW'S . CHURCH. Morning Subject: "The Temptation of Christ." Anthem:'"Lord, for Thy tender mercies .'sake" (Far--1 rant). Evening subject: "Aehan." Anthem: '"'Thou wilt keep Him in nerfect peace" (Williams)Preacher: REV. GEO. MILLER. A SHBQRTON METHODIST /\ ' CHURCHES. BARING SQUARE. " 11 a.m., Rev. T. R. B. Woolloxall. - Subject: "God'a Gardeners." 6.30 p.m., Mr W M. Crawley. Anthem: "Across the Ear" (Sanston). WILLS STREET. 11 a.m., .Mr G. W. Leadiev. 630 p.m., Mr -I. T. H. Priest. Harvest Thanksgiving Next Sunday, 22nd. . 3 246 T>, APTIST TABtfRN A OLE. 11 .a.m., "The. Christian's Treasure." 6.30 p.m., "The Chrialiaivs Criterion." Preacher: Rev. H. B. Hughes, M.ASUNDAY, Aprih ,"•.—Sunday School Anniversary. - ■ ■ SALVATION ARM Y. Services: 7 arid 11 a.m. • 3'and 7 p.m. Farewell to Cadets Rennie and .Carroll for Training College. Show Banquet Thursday Next. TANORED STREET HALL. (Opposite New Theat?*o). Mr Bernard Fox (late of Edinburgh), will (D.V.) Preach the Gospel of the ] Grace of God TO-MORrtOW EVEN- / ING, March 15, at' 0.30. Also Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and 1 Friday" Evenings at' 7.30. 3. 265.. /^IHURCH of Christ—ll a.m. and \J 6.30 p.m.—Evangelist J. r M. Inues, Preacher. FIiNEftAL NOTICES. rfIHE Friends of Walker Edwin DolX man are respectfully, informed ' that the Funeral of his late beloved wife, Ada Sarah, will mov<* from his j residence, 162 Burnett Street East, oa SUNDAY, March'ls, at 1.30 p.m., for. , the Ashburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS. LOYAL ASHBURTON LODGE, . M.U., 1.0.0. F. i "ft/TEMBERS of the above Lodge are ! .I¥J- requested to assemble at the residenee\ of Bro. W. E. Dolman, Burnett Street, on SUNDAY, at 1.15 p.m., to attend the Funeral of Bro. W. EDolman's late wife. F. PRJTCHARD, 3 247 P.S. _ W. H. ALEII, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND FURNISHER. (New. Premises, No. 80, Triangle', Ashburton.) MORTUARY Caskets in Oak, Rim«. and other woods. ' ' Funerals conducted in Town ov Coun. try. First-Class Conveyances. Charge* moderate. Private Residence—3o Grey Streer near High School. Telephones 230 and 231. Agent for. J. Tait, Monumental M*« son, ChristAurclv. Monuinenfl and Grave Stones, re^ lettered and-gilded. BAKER B^GS., COMPLETE FURNISHING UNDRRTAKERS. Telephone 60. BUSINESS Address: Corner Cass Street arid Wakanui 'Road. Private Residence: Corner Cass aml Cameron Streets. LAND AMD GENERAL. N.I. LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. WOOL, GRAIN AND PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK AUCTIONEERS.-, MANURE. SEEDS, GRAIN. AND STOCK sold privately or through ALL FARM REQUISITES .supplied at Lowest Prices. . : WOOL.—Our Stores aro thoroughly up-to-date, and ws would like the ' handling of yotsr Clip. DTP.—SfcDongall's can't bo beaten, tho Yards! . • D. A. BAXTER, ' Manager, Christeirarcb. C W. V. LUKIS. • Sl.' *.;ilivo, Asltlmrtoru i
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