-J Victory War Loan, H T - ' 1919. j IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that Subscriptions in anticipation of the forthcoming War Loan are now being received,at the Treasury or a any Bank or Postal Moneyorder Office in the Dominion. Such subscriptions will carry interest from the date of lodgment to Public Account. L ■faxpayers are reminded that the Compulsory pro- L .visions of. the Finance Act (No. 2,), 1918, will be put into operation, and that persons who are required to subscribe under compulsion will receiv 3 per cent only by way of interest on their investments. (i Persons who voluntarily subscribe in anticipation will receive credit for their subscriptions when the compulsory sections of the Act are put into operation. r ' Voluntary subscriptions will bear interest at the rate of 4_ per cent... free of income-tax; date of maturity, 1938. r Post Office Inscribed Stock (which will bear interest '>-^t-the rate of 5-per cent., .subject to income-tax, with [ date of maturity ?_927) and Post Office Certificates may be obtained from Money-order Offices on the usual terms., ARTHUR M. MYERS, Acting Minister of Finance. U __, —11. = _ip-_-=-_-=- ?F =-__-_----| II TE=__ _____________----IMSMMM I !___________________-_■■■■—™™«-U Special Attraction! !Oge3iaK^Blß-----HHBHBI_--HMMWM!!-M-_n-l LADIES OF.THE MOUNT MUTT DISTRICT. Thdl N£W Hill SHOW on April 3rd Now showing:—Smart Velours, Sealette, Models in Velvet and Velour Cloth. r.^-r. Nice selection of new Season's FURS, COATS AND COSTUMES just arrived. ) H. D. TOMLBNSON, METHVEN EMPORIUM. _^___________—_—■■__■— Mil 111 ■■lIIIIBMIHIIMIH———**— —— nßßamm^— ** 'Ti—RED. OXIDE I' ROOF AND BARN PAINT. I For Preserving and Beautifying Iron Roofs, this Fine paint has no equal. It is a soft red, economical and smooth working Paint, which cover* well and does not blister, crack, or peel. Besides being a Roof Paint it is splendid for Painting Tanks, Composition Roofings, Fences, and Farm Buildings. It is cheap in price, and the ingredients are the best procurable, ensuring long service. There is now no need for unpainted buildings about the Farm when this good Paint is so easily and Cheaply procurable. 12s 6d Per Gallon. ___-,-^ t |m ,,u., MWlM www__i»vißni-'."J'M"' |n"T-ra^ HAB33_?ABE I_ERC,_._NT», *htt 'STREET/ |*Plwha.M). AOHIURTON. | ja — mMmmaumammmxa mwi m F m'< '—" •" ■-- i-Hu_____-__-a_!--m_-_-_-_--—J—^ M—IMIf"- 1-"' i fff n.._Mii»i»..iiiim|n . W ;iiii....i.i.»iS lT i;| m «_..-rrrTl—T-M-ITII_ Willi Mill ■_■__■—B— Care—Free. Air—Free If you _re-not always a patron of the .FARMERS' | GARAGE, we invite you to try out the many advan- I tages that we can offer you. B Our Garage is spacious and fitted with two B ' large car turntables. B If you're an amateur driver, you will be delight- I ed with the ease of car operation within our walls, I and if you are an old hand you will appreciate the R use of modern Garage equipment. R Our High Pressure Free Air Service is a boon in I itself to car owners, tyre inflating with this wonder- I ful macliine is a pleasure. iProper tyre pressure g means longer tyre life. I The FARMERS' GARAGE is the home of the 1 careful motorist—the man who wants the best car I , service that modern times can offer. I Will _°v VIS^ us next'time you come to town ? I ■__■__. __^ m_a _*■■■ _■__ ___^5 #*_• ___ El ik -f^Efl - mT**- k%\" E_P ______ __■ Bb__ - H ran _?__ IN_ _0_ IL %?$ Ij H m* i\ W\. I wfl EL fir______) _M_ grtLipm %*M _____ "THE HOME OF THE MOTOR CAR." j
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919
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