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ipJ Victory War Loan, fi II 1919. J I IT IS HEPJEBY NOTIFIED that Subscriptions in anticipation of the forthcoming' War Loan are now beingreceived at the Treasury or at' any Bank or Postal Moneyorder Office in the Dominion. Such subscriptions will carry interest from the date of lodgment to Public Account. ; (Taxpayers are reminded that the Compulsory proyisions of the Einance Act (No. 2,), 1918, will be put into I operation, and that persons who are required to subscribe under compulsion will receive 3 per cent only by way of interest on-their .investments. B .... 0 I Persons who voluntarily subscribe in anticipation will receive credit for their subscriptions when the compulsory sections of the Act are put into operation. -i n I Voluntary subscriptions will bear interest at the rate of 4|;per cent., free of income-tax; date of maturity, 1938. _ Post Office Insoribed Stock (which will bear interest I at the rate.of 5 per cent., subject to income-tax, with date, of maturity 1927) and Post Office Certificates may be j obtained.from Money-order Offices on the usual terms. B I I ARTHUR M. MYERS, j Acting Minister of Einaince. . II

——RED OXIDE ROOF AND BARN PAINT. For Preserving and Beautifying Iron Roofs, this Fine Paint has no equal. It is a soft red, economical and smooth working Paint, which covers 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 procuiable. • 12s 6d Per Ciallon. -JOHN ORR & CO. HARDWARE MERCHANTS. EAST STREET, f MWH ««. AtHIUBTOH.

I I That's a recommendation of the Health authorities, and will be adopted locally. » Nothing alarming is attached to the idea— merely a wise precautionary measure. Its just r.o well to be ready for it. For after the general turnout of the home and premises comes the final clean-up—a time of scrubbing and disinfecting. Nothing expensive neededsimple things are most effective. Brooms, Brushes and Buckets are all you need, augmented by goodsoaps and. sanitary fluids. Nothing better than LIFEBUOY and BORAX SOAPS, J EYES' FLUID, KEROL and DI-OXIDE. When its all over take every stain from your hands with the effective OLD DUTCH Hand Soapgood in the bath, too. For a quick, tasty snack for Clean-up Day Tea —try a "SPONGIE"* SPONGE CAKE. All these sold Here—Order by card, 'Phone, or in person. Prompt Deliveries. GROCERS AND MERCHANTS. "Telephone 96. vBURNETT rSTREET.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9586, 14 April 1919

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