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ANNOUNCEMENTS. DEATH. HAWKES.—On April 8, 1919, at her residence, No. 63 Aitken Street (suddenly), Mary Louise Hawkes, beloved wife of Oscar John Hawkes, in her 32nd year. Peeply mourned. PROFESSIONAL. MONEY. £5000 and.other Smaller Sums down to £100, for -immediate invest<merit on .Freehold (Sown or Country at Lowest Rates. G. <H. BUCHANAN, , • Solicitor, Ashburton. ■ ' MONEY TO LEND, I HAVE Sums of Money for Investment, varying from £200 to -s£sooo, at Lowest Current Rates of Interest on Town or.Rural Securities. R. KENNEDY, Solicitor, Ashburton. SCHOOL OF MUSIC. MISS BEATRICE CLARIDGE, • Ohrispthurch, is 1 returning, to Ashburton in May, and will be prewired to receive Pupils for the Pianoforte and Organ. MUSIC. MR DAVID GILLIES, Music Teacher ; (Registered with the Minister of Education), will receive intending Pupils at his residence, 86 'Owneron Street West. Pupils pre.mured for examinations in all grades, including A.T.CTI-. and L.A.B. Telephone 147. SHIPPING NOTICES. THE .' NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED. DIRECT LINE~TO UNITED KINGDOM. VIA.- PANAMA CANAL. lArge, Modern Twin-Screw PASSENGER STEAMERS, with unsurpassed accommodation. '

Steamer. »Tons. From. About. TleSuera 11,500 Well'g'n |May 27 TaSoa B'oo° Well'g'n May 31 Sntaka 8 893 Well'g'n To follow For further particulars apply— THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO., LT3>. (or Agents). , NICOLL BROS., " • . Agents. SAVILL AND ALBION THE LARGEST" PASSENGER fiTEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEALAND TRADE. THE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS TO ENGLAND VIA PANAMA. 'All TWIN-SCREW STEAMERS, Sited with C.Q.2 PATENT FIRE EXKnGUISHERT & WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. BAILINGS (circumstances permitting): jgteamer. Tons. About. Final p't. -"Atbenic" 12,345 April 22 Well'g'n »"Cormthic" 12,231 May 15 Well g n »'Tainui" 10,000 May 15 Well'g'n i"lonic" 12,332 May 22 Well'g n i"Arawa" 10,000 June jWell'g'n 'Aocommodaton for First, Second, and Third Class Passengers. Passages fronj London can be arfanged here. For full particulars and Sailing Dates, apply to— "NATIONAL MnBJGAGE & AGENCY co. of nTz:, ltd., ?DALGETY & COMPANY, LTD., ' Joint Agents. .If you feel the Need of a Pick-me-up, get a Bottle of BONNINGTON'3 LIVER TONIC. YOUR SYSTEM needß bracing up 'tween seasons. Most people require a tonio during 'the change of seasons. You are sure to feel greatly im■vproved in health for it, « Hundreds have tried th;s medicine twith excellent results. SECURE A BOTTLE TO-DAY. 2/6 Bottle. H, E. BONNIWGTON, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST ASHBUITON. '^ ".:'■ ■ ■ '

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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