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MEETINGS AND EVENTS., A WELCOME HOME SOCIAL and DANCE will be accorded Sergeant W. J. Turton and Privates T. S. Rix and J. Kennedy in the MOUNT SOMEKS HALL, on FRIDAY> April 4, at 8 p.m. 4 4 I BY PERMISSION OF THE O.C. THE Bth (S.C.) Regimental Band will give a Municipal Concert at Allenton, in front of Steele's Store, TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), afc 8 p.m. Collection in Aid of Instrument Fund. ■ 431 BUSINESS NOTICES. SUCCESS. Christchurch, \ Feb. 14th, 1919.. Messrs Hemingway and Robertson's A.C.S., Ltd., P.O. 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 due to your j efficient teaching. j Yours faithfully, (Signed) S. A. MANDER. A prime factor in the signally consistent success ■ attained by the Students'of HEMINGWAY and ROBERTSON'S unrivalled Commercial Training Institution, is tfhat the Administrative Heads' have not only, been.,- specially.--selected' oh.;account of tiheif experience and conspicuous capabilities, but have .themselves, without exception, studied ;and qualified by exam. Young men 1 and women can ensure success' by availing themselves of the invaluable assistance of HEMINGWAY AND ROBERTSON'S CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, LTD., AUCKLAND. (The School with 25,000 Successful and Satisfied Students behind it). BOOKS FOR PRESENTATION. SUEDE and LEATHER BOUND Editions of the Poets from 4/6 to 20/-, including Tennyson, Longfellow, Whittier, Browning, Shakespeare SHAKESPEARE in Cloth Binding, with glossary and index of characters, 4/6. ILLUSTRATED SHAKESPEARE, 64 full page pla-nes, 5/6. BOOKS by Rudyard Kipling— "The Warfare," "Wee Willie Winkie," "A Diversity of Creatures," and others. CLOTH BOUND, at 4/- each; BOOKS for FARMERS. WATERMAN'S PRACTICAL STOCK DOCTOR. 840 pages of reading matter. More than 200 Illustrations. Deals with the Diseases of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, and Poultry—2o/DAIRYING in AUSTRALASIA—A Complete Treatise for Farm and Factory. Butter Making, Cream Grad—ing, etc—2o/FOUNT PENS, for Everybody. - A Big Stock of the Best Penst; including Onoto, Swan, Waterman. Self Fillers in Plain and Gold Mounts. "Neptune" Gold Nib Self-Filler, guaranteed—lC/--"Compacto" Reliable Pen, in Nickel Case—7/6 LOOK IN THE WINDOW. A. W. HOPKINS. BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. EAST STREET. • .'Phone 120. LAND AND GENERAL. FOR SALE. First-class Private Boarding House (as a going concern), 11 Rooms, $- A.ere Beet Land, beautifully laid out a Gardens and Lawns, 5 minutes from East Street. All' Rooms occupied by Permanent Boarders/A splendid opportunity. Easy Terms. Not having sold the, following Properties by Auction, I am now prepared to accept any reasonable : offer for same-— ': In the late Annie Shaw's Estate: : 9 i-Acre Sections, South Street, numbers 378/386. 2 J-Acre Sections, Dobson Street. T.S. 341, Kermode Street, with Dwelling 6 Rooms. ' CHEAP BUILDING SECTIONS. Also, —In the Estate of the late Estha Lindsay:— T.S. 80, Mona Square, with Cottage and Stable; T.S. 81, Mona Square; each i-Acre. Splendid Building Sections; good locality. A REAL BARGAIN. i-Acre, Grey Street, with Dwelling 6 Rooms, Bathroom, Pantry, Concrete Paths, etc. Only £450. Enquire now re Terms, as at the above Price it will not be on the market long. HENRY STEPHENSON. AUCTIONEER, LAND, ESTATE A COMMISSION AGENT.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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