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ANNOUNCEMENTS. DEATHS. ' ROWE.—On March 31, 1919, at Methven, Jane, the dearly beloved wife of Cecil Hurell A. P. Rowe; aged 29 years. Deeply regretted. NEVILLE.—On April 1, 1919, at No. 30, Wellington Street, Hampstead, Ellen Susan, relict of the late James Henry Neville; aged 55 years. Deeply mourned. BIRTH. LANGDON —At Arawa Hospital, on. March 29, 1919, to Mr and Mrs ,W> Langdon, Junior—a son. Both well, 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. .', • ; ~" —i MONEY TO LEND. I HAVE Sums of Money for Investment, varying from £200 to £6000, at Lowest Current Rates of InSolicitor, Ashburton. MUSIC. MR DAVID GILLIES, Music Teacher (Registered with the Minister of Education), will receive m- ; tending Pupils at" his residence, 86 Cameron Street West. Pupils pre- / Dared for examinations in all grades, > including A.T.CJ-. and L.A.B. Telephono 147. -'--^■-—— , . . ■ ■-. SCHOOL OF MUSIC. MISS BEATRICE CLu4RIDGE is returning to Ashburton in May, and will be prepared to receive Pupils for the Pianoforte and Organ. 3 614 SHIPPING NOTICES. THE . NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY,. LIMITED. DIRECT MnFtO UNITED KINGDOM. Large, Modern Twin-Screw PASSENGER STEAMERS, with unsurpassed accommodation. reamer. Tone. From. Abouk, "RnahinV 11,000 Wellgt'n. Feb. 14. "Ruapelra" 8,800 March ''Romowji" 11,6001 April_ X ' Return Tickets available by P. and 0 and Shaw, Savill and Albion Co., Ltd. For. further particulars, apply— NICOLL BROS., Agente. •m - SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION CO., LTD. -.; - THE LARGEST" PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEALAND TRADE. THE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS TO ENGLAND. 1 All TWIN-SCREW STEAMERS, fitted with C.Q.2 PATENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER, & WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. SAILINGS (circumstances perimtting): | Steamer Tons. Date. Final p'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 Wall'g'n "Tainui" 10,000 May Well'g'n Accommodaton for First, Second, and Third Class Passengers. Passages from London can be arranged here.) - For full particulars and Sailing Dates, apply to — NATIONAL MQBJGAGE & AGENCY CO. OF N\Z7, LTD., DALGETY & COMPANY, LTD., , ' Joint Agents. ALL SPORTS INVITE YOUR CAMERA. N every game there is an interesting incident that only photography can maVe permanent. Whichever way you turn, yoti see scenes and incidents that make you long for a KODAK. Why not get cae to-day. Kodaks from 40s, Brownies from 10i, No. 00 Primoe 6s. >. TOTTY, f''... ' CHEMIST. '■■

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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