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PUBLIC NOTICES. PUBLIC NOTICE. HAVING Sold my Butchery; Business as from March 31st, to Mr William Hunt, I take this opportunity of Thanking my Customers 1 for their past favour, and trust that they will continue the same to my successor. E. J. COX. Having Bought Mr Cox's Old Established Butchery Business, I hope, ivith civility and prompt attention, and t with keeping only the Best Quality of Meat, at moderato prices, to solicit the favour of Mi" Cox's Customers., and the public generally. My Terms are Cash, and' Order Carts will be discontinued. Train Orders attended to as usual. 3 703 W. H. HUNT. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT to Ihe Terms of the "Bank Act, 1908," THURSDAY, 3rd April, 1919, being Methven A. and P. Show Day, is hereby appointed a SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY at the- Bank of New Zealand,, Methven. . I WILLIAM CALLEN'DER,^ 3 732 General Manager. • i ASHBURTON . i TWRMANENT BUILDING AND. A. INVESTMENT SOCIETY. \ . ; The Monthly and Other Payments ARE"NOW DUE, and .will be received at the .Office, Tancred Street,.'"' ' . , TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), APRfIL , 1, 1919. From ,9,30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and from ..'■ ' 7to 9 p.m. • *1': '^ <' 1 Working Expenses on All Shares are now due and payable. ALBERT ROBERTS, , , 3 777 Manager. ASHBURTON (DENTISTS. , ALL the Offices of the. Ashburton Dentists will be CLOSED from the Evening of TUESDAY, April 15, until the Morning of THURSDAY, April 24, for the Easter Holidays. , NOTICE. THEvSPRINGBURN SHEEP DIP will be OPEN FOR DIPPING from Aprill Tto April 30 (inclusive). X, RUTHERFORD, 3 780 . ■';, Secretary: ■' \- , • BUSINESS NOTICES. INSURE YOUR LIFE.'IN VJHB& AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Funds exceed £40,000,000. Most Liberal Conditions. " 1 Moet Stringent Reserves. Most Economical Management. WAR LOAN POLICIES. NEW ZEALAND WAR LOAN. The Society is still issuing WAR LOAN POLICIES, subject to the approval of the Government. Full particulars of came can\;be obtained from— . JAS. PIPE, Box 272, Christchurch. T HAVE for Sale— „ 17 ACRES of LAND, near town, with well-built Dwelling, Outbuildings, and All Conveniences. Splendid water supply. Price and Terms on application to— , M. BRUCE, C West Stoet. ~T ~~ SUCCESS. Christchurch, Feb. 14th, 1919. Messrs Hemingway and Robertson's A.C.S., Ltd., PXX Box 516, Auckland. Dears Sirs, —• ; No doubt you already know I. gained First Honours in the Book-keepers? Examination of last November. I feel my success was chiefly d\ie to> yourefficient teaching. Yours faithfully, ' ! (Signed) ■ ' S. A. MANDER. \ j A prime factor in the signally consistent success attained by the Students of HEMINGWAY and ROBERTSON'S unrivllled Commercial Training Institution, is that the Administrative Heads have not only been specially selected on account of their experience and conspicuous capabilities, but have themselves, without exception, studied and qualified by exam. Young men and women can ensure success by availing themselves of theinvaluable assistance of HEMTWWAY AND ROBRRTSON'B CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, LTD., AUCKLAND. (The School with 25,000 Successful and Satisfied Students behind it). "/CLINCHER CROSS" are fie only \.J' Plantation Rubb"er Tyres which have emerged successfully from a 5000 miles JR.A.C. Tc'st.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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