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NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND A. CO. LAND SALE. -.BULLOCK'S , ARCADE. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919. THE NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGKNCY CO. OF N.Z., LTD., have !."•'- instructed by the Public Trusto-. in the Estate of the late Thos. -_-!'.-•>, to offer as above— ALL THAT PARCEL OF LAND contemn)- 106 ACK_S 1 ROOD 7 P._!'.rKES, being U.S. 34355 and 2-.T (■"■, Block _, Wakanui Survey Dij ■-•u't, and adjoining Mr C: S. AHji-ton's Farm, Seafield. Tin. Property is subdivided into four paddo< !,.-, and is, all in permanent pasture. NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY CO., OF N.Z., LTD., 4 93 Auctioneers. HENRY STEPHENSON. CLEARING SALE. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. ' WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 9. MR OSMAN having Sold his Property, 1 am instructed to Sell, on the Premises, 74 Wills Street West,, without reserve, the Whole of his SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. comprising:— 2 .Double Iron • Brass-rail Bedsteads and Mattresses ''complete), 1 £-Iron Bedstead (complete), 1 Stretcher } 3 Duchesse Chests, Marble-top Washstand (tiled back) : Set Ware, Large Wardrobe (mirror front), 2 Occasional Tables, Extension Dining Table, Pining Table, Kitchen Table, ,Hallstand, 3 Easy Wicker Chairs, 2 Palmstands, ' 1 Afternoon Cakestand, 1 Small Secretare, Fender, 2 Wooden Kerbs, Overmantle. 1 8-day Clock, Large Side- | ! board (mirror front and doors), Piano Stool, Chesterfield, 1 Gents' Easy Chair, 1 Lady's Easy Shair, (upholstered in red velvet). 6 High-back Chairs (detachable seats). 12 Bentwood Chairs, Leather Sofa, 2 AYood Cots, Hall Runner, Hall Curtains, Spring Rocker, 9 Pairs Lace Curtains, Step Mats, Ornaments, Books, Set Sandow Developers, Gas Fittings and Piping, Linoleum, Electric Iron, Quantity of Match-Lin-ing and Boards, 51 Pairs White Leghorns, 3 Barrels, Garden Roller and Tools, Sundries, etc. Sale 2 p.m. HENRY STEPHENSON. 4 119 Auctioneer. H. A. LLOYD. CLEARING SALE —of » TIMBER, IRON, WINDOWS, •DOORS, ETC. "SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919. I HAVE received instructions from the Purchasers of the Old Borough School Buildings, to Sell, without Reserve, the Whole of the TIMBER, IRON, WINDOWS, DOORS, ETC., removed from Old School, the Lots comprising :— 50 Pairs of Window, Sashes and Frames. Corrugated Iron and Spouting. Timber—4 x 2, 3 x 2, 6 x 2, 6 x 3, 6 x 6, 8 x 4, and Building Material, all .sizes, mostly Kauri, Black Pine, and Totara. 20 Doors and Door Frames. Several Sections of Flooring and Lining. ' 20 Loads of Firewood. Brick, Piles, etc. Lean-to 'Building Sale at 1 p.m. sharp. H.~A~ LLOYD, 4 172 Auctioneer. GINGER Wine Essence, a good wholesome beverage. One bottle makes a gallon and a-half of Delicious Syrup; Is a Bottle. — Bonnington's P_ar_-.,-y. BUY your wife a North British Water Bottle this Winter! The "Unique" is fitted with patent stopper that can't leak, and well., vulcanised seams prevent bursts! British made, and branded on neck of bottle. also offered to assist in transport in the event of a recrudescence of the influenza epidemic. It was also pointed out that the ambulance was unsuitable for long runs, and the Board should give its earnest attention to the question of purchasing a motor ambulance.—lt was decided to thank the Association, and to state that" action had already been taken in regard to procuring a motor ambulance. GENERAL. The Chairman reported that he had not received any further information in regard to the proposed Nurse Me-' moriai. It was decided in future to hold the monthly meetings on the second Monday in the month. It was decided to join with other boards in asking the Defence Department to release some of the returning nurses to take up senior positions on the nursing staffs of hospital boards, in order to reduce the shortage. The Chairman reported that the local doctors had informed him that they were willing to work in the best interests of the community should another influenza epidemic occur.. They did not approve of the block system.— It was decided to write to the doctors asking them to confirm this in writing, and to state their objections to the block system. Accounts amounting to £1538 16s 6d were passed for payment, which included £1250 to the contractor for the fever ward. 0 . The topic of the hour is the liquor poll on Thursday next. An interesting announcement in connection therewith appears on page 7 of this issue. 4

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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