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MEETINGS AND EVENTS. CHERTSEY RED CROSS SOCIETY. THE Animal Meeting of the above Society will be held on WEDNESDAY, April 2, at 2.30 p.m. All Members and Subscribers cordially invited. 0. B. CROY, 3 765 President. CHERTSEY, APRIL 4. A WELCOME-HOME SOCIAL and DANCE will be tendered to Gunner Alexander and Privates Kellec, Wilkinson, and Murphy. All friends are cordially invited. Admission—Men 2s, Ladies Is. 3 764 H. R. WILKINSON, Hon.. Sec. LUNCHEON TO RED CROSS AND LADY LIVERPOOL WORKERS. HIS Worship the Mayor and Councillors invite Members of the Ashbuiton Red Cross Branch and Lady Liverpool Society to LUNCHEON, to be given in the Domain, at 1.15 p.m., on THURSDAY, April 3. Tickets obtainable Red Cross Rooms from 2.30 till 3.30 p.m. on Monday. 3 760 FOR THE SOLDIERS' CLUB. A SALE of PRODUCE and WORK . will be held at the Croquet Lawn, m the Domain, on, THURSDAY, April 3, at '2 p.m. Fruit, Vegetables, Jams, Preserves, Afternoon Tea, Competitions. , 3 775' BUSINESS NOTICES. "CIVVY" OUTFITTING FOR RETURNED MEN. A SPECIAL FEATURE HERE. IT'S a great event discarding r'the khaki and getting back to «he Clothes of Civilian Life-^uite a redletter day. W^'ll make it a, day to be remembered iv^ you'll come here and . get the perfect satisfaction and service of this exclusive Men's Store." We pledge ourselves to give you the greatest ' value', the widest range of styles and prices in every kind of ."Civvy" Wearables. Here's a few ideas:— SNAPPY BOX SUITS, in latest cuts, from 52/6 TO-YOUR-MEASURE SUITS, in Fine Tweeds, absolutely down-to-the-ininute in style and finish, from 75/NATTY NEGLIGE SHIRTS, Plain and Stripes—4/11, 5/6, 6/6, 7/6 STYLISH BOOTS, in New Sftfepes; real leather everywhere —*5/6, 27/6, 32/6, 35/FELT HATS in a gieat range of Styles and Colours—9/6, 11/6, 13/6, 15/6 CAPS, Tweeds, in the newest shapes— SOCKS', many kinds—l/ 6to 4/6 HOSE SUSPENDERS—I/9, 2/BRACES, several effective patterns— 1/11 to 3/11 COLLARS, White and Blue Linen, all shapes—9d., 10d., 1/Sqft Tussore and White Silk— 1/*, 1/6, 1/9 TIES AND BOWS, a nice range of all kinds—From 1/6 HANDKERCHIEFS—6d., 9d., 1/T. A. BRYANT. GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER. Mitchell and (Turner's Buildings, BURNETT STREET. AN UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL. Received by H. C. PERCY, by the , last English Mail. From Cadet F. G. Tott, ' M. No. 13, Officer C. Batt., Newmarket, 20/1/19. TO MR PERCY,— ' Dear Sir,— ' r .. - ' ' To test a razor, join the Army. Five years ago _ I bought a razor from your shop—it is like J.W.W.— "still going strong." I paid the humble sum of 10s 6d for it. I' can honestly say it's the best 10s 6d worth I have bought in my life. ' . We have to shave every day in the Army, and this is a fact—l have only ] had a barber shave me six times since I left N.Z. By the way the razor is going, I have hopes of using it another five years. I left N.Z. August 15, 1915. I wish you every success. I am, yours very sincerely, F. G. TOTT. P.S.—The razor has your own name upon it.—F.G.T, ■ PERCY Stocks the Same Brand Still. PRICE—I 3/6. FOUR Packets Quick-Set Jellies Is, 6 Packets Gold Star Custard Powder Is, 2 Packets White's Flaked Rice Is, 3 Pea Soup Sausages Is, 4 Sand Soap Is. 3 Cakea Goblin Toilet Soap Is, 3 Old Dutch Hand Soap Is, 3 Cakes Swan Toilet Soap Is, 3 Tins Wyandotte Cleanser Is, and 6 Fly Rolls Is. BUXTON AND THOMAS, Triangle Stores. FOR reliance and economy fit ' CLINCHER CROSS MOTOR 'PYRES—made from the finest rubber by the North British Rubber Co. Obtainable from all dealers and garages. District Agents: Canterbury Farmers' Co-op. Association, Ltd., Timaru.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919