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ANNOUNCEMENTS. IN MEMORIAM. -MILLAR.—In loving memory of Rifleman John Reginald (Jack) Millar ■.{3rd Bat. N.Z.R.8.), killed in action in France, April 5, 1918. "Duty nobly done." —Inserted'■'by his loving parents and . 'brother. . &OBINSON.—In sad and loving memory of Private John Henry "Edbinson, late Ford Road, Tinwald, killed in action in France, April 5, 1918. "To memory ever dear." —inserted by his mother and father, brothers and sisters. GRAHAM.—In loving memory of Francis Joseph Graham, killed in action in France, April 5, 1918. R.I.P. *—Inserted by his friends. ROBERTSON.—In. loving memory of Harry B. Roberston, killed in action in France, April 5, 1918. He left his home in perfect health, ; He little thought of death so nigh; But God saw best to take him home, ' lAnd....with. His will we-must comply. • --Inserted 'by his loving parents, ... brothers and sisters. PROFESSIONAL. t it ■ ■'...' ' ■'■•• MONEY.'.. £5000 and other Smaller Sums down to £100, for immediate investment on JFreehold Town or Country „ Properties, at Lowest Current Rates. G. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Ashburton. MONEY TO LEND. I HAVE Sums of Money for Investment, varying from £200 to £5000, at Lowest Current Rates of In-. #©reat on Town or Rural Securities. ' R. KENNEDY; ' Solicitor, Ashbnrtcm. MUSIC. MR DAVID ~~GILLIES, Music Teacher (Registered with the Minister of Education), will receive in4«oding Pupils at his residence, 86 . tOitoeron Street. West. Pupils prejjoared for examinations., in all grades, including ;y A.T.CX,/Snd X.A.B. -*Tele> ■ ;phone I*7- :'■ !'--., ':- ' ' ■ SHIPPING NOTICES. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED. DIRECT liINE~TO UNITED KINGDOM. i . . ' V.IA PANAMA CANAL. Large, Modern Twin-Screw PASSENGER STEAMERS,, with unsurpassed ' accommodation. " Steamer. Tons. From. About. B^iera n >soo Well'g'n May 27 SZ-oW Well'g'n May 31 ! Sutaka 8,893 Well'g'n To follow Shine | 11,000 Well'g'n To follow For further particulars apply— ■ THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING .'. CO.i LTD. (or Agents). NIOOLL BROS., : Agents. ''■ ■ ■ ' SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION CO., LTD. ■•■■ THE LARGEST" PASSENGER •STEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEALAND TRADE. ;THE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS TO ENGLAND VIA PANAMA. All TWIN-SCREW STEAMERS, fitted with C.Q.2 PATENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER, & WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. SAILINGS (circumstances permitting): • gteamer. Tons. About. Final p't. /' .J"Athenic" 12,345 April 17 Well'g'n' *"Oorinthic" 12,231 May 22 Well'g'n '"lonic" 12,332 May 15 Well'g'n .*<Tainui" 10,000 June Well'g'n ■■^Arawa" 10,000 May Well'g'n 'Aooommodaton for Fh-st, Second, and /■ Third Class Passengers. Passages from London can be arvranged here. . v , For full particulars and Sailing Dates, apply to— NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY GO. OF; WZ., LTD., .DALGETY & COMPANY, LTDi, Joint Agents. . DON'T SCRAP YOUR OLD BIKE. flpfcRING it to me, and I will quote you to make it look ; ; ,'^nd run Uke a new'one. p: '■'■:'• W P. . AR'NST, . ■ "-• "■- Eaat"Stre©4. ?

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919