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ANNOUNCEMENTS. DEATH. HARRISON,-On March 30, 1919, at Christchurch, Private Dudley Edward, third son of H. J. Harrison, "Hollyfort," Doric; in his 23rcl year. IN MEMORIAM. STIGLEY.—In loving memory of William Stigley, died March 30, 1917. —Inserted by his wife and children. PROFESSIONAL. MONEY. —_— £6000 and other Smaller Sums down to £100, for immediate investment on Freehold Town or Country Properties, at Lowest Current Rates. G. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Ashburton. • ■* MONEY I HAVE Sums of-Money for Invest- • nient, varying" from £200 to £6000, ty\ Lowest Current Rates of Interest on Town or Rural Securities. , , R. KENNEDY, " * Solicitor, Ashburton. MUSIC. MR- DAVID GILLIES, . Music Teacher (Registered with the Minister of Education), will receive intending Pupils at his residence, 86 Cameron Street West. Pupils prepared for examinations in all grades, ; infcluding A.T.CJ-. and L.A.B. Telephone 147. ' SHIPPING NOTICES. ' i THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED. DIRECT I>INE TO UNITES) KINGDOM. Large. Modern Twin-Screw PASSENGER STEA3IERS, with unsurpassed j accommodation. Kramer. Jfcgg: *'">m- About^ "&u*hin«" 11,000 Wellgt'n. Feb. 14. "Ru»pdra" 8,800 March "K«mS«r»" 11,500 April - Return Tickets available by P. and O and Shaw, Savill and Albion Go., Ltd. ■ For further particulars, apply— J I NICOLL BROS., I Agents. IoHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION |J^ CO., LTD. I THE LARGEST"PASSENGER fcrEAMERj3 IN THE NEW ZEAKHE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS ■ TO ENGLAND. I All TWIN-SCREW STEAMERS, j Kited with C.Q.2 PATENT FIRE EXEnGUISHER, & WIRELESS TELEKBAFHY. BAILINGS (circumstances permitting): Biteamer Tons. Date. Final p't. t'Athenic" 12,345 April 15 Well'g'n ■"Corinthio" 12,231 May 1 Well'g n ■ "lonic" 12,332 May 1 Well g n ■"Arawa" 10,000 June Well'g n ■ "Tainui" 10,000 May WeU'g'n ■[ccommodaton for First, Second, and ■ Third Class Passengei-s. ■ Passages from London can be arHftnged here. t ■ For full .particulars and Sailing Bates, apply to— ■ATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY ■ co. oflz:, ltd., I laLGETY & COMPANY, LTD., ■ , Joint Agents. I ALL SPORTS INVITE YOUR I CAMERA. I N every game there is an interestI ing incident that only photography Hra make permanent. H Whichever way you turn, you see Hence and incidents that make you ■eg for a KODAK. ■ Why not get one to-day. H Kodaks from 40s, Brownies from ■)s, No. 00 Primos 6s. ■ F. TOTTY, I CHEMIST. K^ H. DUNHAM, M.U.K.A. B- • Ladies' and Gents' Tailor and Maker, 120 Burnett Street. HMember of the United Kingdom AflHciation of Master Tailors and ForeHan Cutter*, and Member of National Hrieration of Foreman Tailors, London.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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