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BUSINESS NOTICES. If you feel the Need of a Piek-nie-up, get a Bottle of BONNINGTON'S LIVER TONIC. YOUR. SYSTEM needs bracing up 'tween seasons. Most people require a tonic during the change of seasons. You are sure to feel graitly unproved in health for it. Hundreds have tried tlvs medicine with excellent results. JS EC CUE. A BOTTLE TO-DAY. 2/6 Bottle. +4. E. BONNINGTON, •CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST A6HBIJIITON. 25,000 STUDENTS ALREADY ENROLLED. Yes, enrolled and satisfied, that is ;<our record -since our foundation in October, 1897. Well- over 5500 of our •students huve parsed the Public Service, the Teachers', the Matriculation, and other Public Exams. We have put over 2500 throughl the recognised 'Accountancy and Book-keeping Exams. Over 200 to-day are .successful- lawyers. : Several are to-da,y [voiding positions, of .high honour and trust.in the Businessand Professional World. All has been accomplished by Systematic Organisation, sheer hard work, personal .attention, and enthusiasm. You mean to succeed, you are ambitious, steady, and determined—well, jtist get into line. QUALIFY. Let its send you. to-day r without obligation on your part, particulars of our Course of Preparation for the Law, the Accountancy, tlie Teachers', the University Book-keepers', the Maine- i ulation, or the -Public Service Exams., J or details of our Course in Modern Of- \ fice Methods, Book-keeping, or Shorthand, or Advertisement Writing. Say just which interetibs you, and write to- I day. I

HEMINGWAY AJtfD' ROBERTSON'S CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL, LTD., P.O. Box 516, \ ; ,; AUCKLAND. . :, : INSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Funds exceed £40,000,000. Most Liberal Conditions. Meet Stringent Reserves; • ■ Most Economical Management. WAR LOAN POLICIES. NEW ZEALAND WAR LOAN. The Society is still issuing WAR LOAN POLICIES, subject to the approval of the Government. Full particulars of same can be obtained from— ' JAS. PIPE, Box 272, Chris tchureh. H. L\ BARKER.

GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANT, j —and— BUYER. OF FAT SHEEP FOR EXPORT. Agent Cor Queensland lnsur»nw» O«., Ltd. WANTED—^ WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, OATSHEAF CHAFF. PARTRIDGE PEAS. RYEGRASS SEED. COCKSFOOT SEFD. WHITE CLOVER, RED CLOVER, ETC., and POTATOES. ALL FARM REQUISITES STOCKED AT TINWALD STORES. BUY your wife a, Kin-th British Wat er Bottle this Winter! The "Unique" is fitted with patent stopper that 1 can't leak, and well vulcanised seams prevent bursts! British made, and branded on neck of bottle. GINGER Wine Essence, a good wholesome beverage. One bottle makes a gallon and a-half of Belicioua Syrup; Is a Bottle. — Bonnington's Pharmacy. "^ NLY the best rubber goes into the Famous North British Hot Water Bottles. The "Unique" Stopper can't leak, and the well vulcanised earns never burst, acid always have brand on neck of hot (;'<». ON the Western Front, Clincher Cross Tyres are " doing their bit"—and a very big bit. They will do the hardest work for you too. Hayward Bros, and Co., Ltd.. Christchurch, Wholoaalo Distributor*. TTtOR reliance and economy fit F CLINCHER CROSS MOTOR TYRES—made from the finest rubber by the North British Rubber Co. Obtainable from all dealers and garages. District Agents: Canterbury Farmers' Co-op. Association, Ltd.. Timaru.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9586, 14 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9586, 14 April 1919

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