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ANNOUNCEMENTS. ■■■ „ ■ ■-■« ACKNOWLEDGMENT. MR aad MRS A. EDE, and MRS G. MOORE, desire to express then- sincere Thanks for all telegrams, letters, and other expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Also, to 1 Thank Dr. Mullin and Nurse Shepherd for their kind attention. IN MEMORIAM. KEIG.—'In loving memory of Gunner Jack Keig; killed in action, France, April 5; 1918. Only those who have lost one are able ' to tell The pain at the heart of not saying farewell. No matter how we pray, no matter how we call, There is nothing left to answer but your photo on the wall. Too 'far thy grave to see, but not too far to think of thee. —Inserted by E. and M. Keig and children. __H_ss___-sws»' l'l."vi |1.1 .ii'in-i. iji»y.aiji»..jjj_.u.-1 _ PROFESSIONAL. . .ii, MONEY. .'■'■.■ i £5000 and other Smaller Sums down to £100, for immediate, investtinant on Freehold Town or Country Properties, at Lowest Current Rates., G. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Ashburton. »'■'. '.; ..., \ m — i ii.\ "i MONEY TO LEND. I HAVE Sums of Money for Investment, varying from £200 to •_6OOO, at Lowest Current Rates of Interest on Town or Rural Securities. j R. KENNEDY, Solicitor,. Ashburton. «S—— II !■ IM I ■■!■ ■■ _ ''I* ■—"I I— ... IS ■■ II US I — MUSIC/ MR DAV_d"~~GILLIES, Music Teacher (Registered with the Minister of Education), will receive intending Pupils at his residence, 86 Cameron Street West. Pupils prepared for examinations in all grades, uicluding A.T.C.J-. and L.A.B. Telephone 147. 'iii'■ ii i ' —» SHIPPING NOTICES. «r '..''- '. : : ; "—* ."■ > -..--..; -,- .^THljri-^-...,.- --—■ ;.:.—-, TKTEW ZEALAND SHIPPING KM' COMPANY, LIMITED. I DIRECT LINETO. UNITED KINGDOM. VIA PANAMA CANAL. I Large, Modern Twin-Screw PASSEN- - GER STEAMERS, with unsurpassed mooon-nodation. ___i__— . ■ . •Steamer.^ Tons. From. About. Remuera 11,500 Well'g'n May 27 IwSoa B'°°° Well'g'n May,3l R^utaka & 893 Well'l'n To follow guSnte j 11,000 Well'g'n To fellow-■ For further particulars apply— , THE NEW ZEALAND! SHIPPING CO., LTD. (or Agents). NICOLL BROS., Agents. ' i ' SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION 'CO., LTD. THE LARGEST" PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEAB TRADE. _HE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS t - TO ENGLAND VIA PANAMA. , All TWIN-SCREW STEAMERS, fitted with C.Q.2 PATENT FIRE EXFINGUISHER, & WIRELESS TELESRAPHY. SAILINGS (circumstances perimtting): Steamer. Tons. About. Final p't. -"Athenic" 12,345 April 22 Well'g'n '"Corinthio" 12,231 May 15 Well'g'n "Tainui" 10,000 May 15 Well'g'n "lonic" 12,332 May 22 Well'g'n "Arawa" 10,000 I June:, Well'g'n Accommodate^ for First, Second, and Third Class Passengers. Passages from London can be arranged here. For full particulars and . Sailing Dates, apply to— NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY (50. OF mzT, ltd;, DALGETY & COMPANY, LTD., Joint Agents. DON'T SCRAP YOUR OLD BIKE. TIRING it to me, and I will quote you to make it look and run like a new one. H. P., ARNST, East Street. T> IDERS of Harley Davidson's and Jti- Indian Motor' Cycles can now procure 28 _ 8 Clincher "Dread D__«b-i" trap *v* dteMr.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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