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CHURCH SERVICES. "DAPTIST TABERNACLE. 11 a.m., Preacher, Rev. J. Carlisle ; of Gisborne. - 0.15 p.m., Song Service. ■6.30 p.m., Great Protestant Rally. Subject: "Protestant Heroes." Preacher, Rev. Howard Elliott, of Auckland. Welcome. ' 4 457 ASHBURTON METHODIST CHURCH. •Services SUNDAY, APRIL 20,----1919. Baring Square, Rev. T. W. Vealie,----111 a.m. Subject: "The Fatherhood of God." 6.30 p.m. Subject: "The Sonship of Christ." Wills- Street, 11 a.m.. Rev. R. J. Liddell. 6.30 p.m., n Rev. Knowles Smith, Wellington City Mission. {CHURCH ; OF,i CHRIST. , LORD'S DAY ; SERVICES. 7 a.m., Prayer Meeting. 11 a.m., Communion and Fellowship Meeting. President, A. E. Adams. Speaker, J. I. Wright. 2;15 p.m., Bible School. Address, G. D. Yerco. " : . 3 p.m., Conference Sermon. Subject: "A USED BIBLE," on state occasion. Speaker, A. C. Crisp. 6.30 p.m., Evangelistic Address by H. P.Leng. 4 463 -PUBLIC NOTICES. / TO THOSE WHO WORKED AND VOTED- FDR PROHIBITION ON APRIL 10. THE N.Z. ALLIANCE AND NATION-' AL EFFICIENCY LEAGUE j RETURN THANKS. The N.Z. Alliance and The National Efficiency League desire to most heartily thank all who voted,in favour of Prohibition on April 10. Special thanks are also tendered to all those who worked so splend-. ; , •','. : -idly:-,-, in securing such a siibstantial Prohibition majority : within the Dominion. If the final result discloses , a majority against Prohibition, as seems pi*obable, a further campaign for the abolition of the Liquor Traffic without compensation at the General! Election, will be commenced immediately, and the, ' Alliance and the Efficiency League appeal now to all electoPs~ to support .this proposal, ....;. and specially request all" who r are willing to assist in the campaign to send their names at once to the local organisation,.: or to Head Office hi Wellington. '■;•' 'R. S, GRAY, President, New -Zealand Alliance. ;W. D. HUNT, President, National Efficiency League. ■ ■..•-. ... ■ „ 4 458 . 1 ' 111 IJ-HJW ,lA— .','. -r-l. .. ' » BUSINESS NOTICES. ■ ii. ...1.1 ■!. . 11 ■ CANTERBURY FLOUR MILLS.' -jtyTANUFACTURERS of— "SUPREME" FLOUR. j New and Second-hand Sacks on hand,. Office, in Arcade—2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Saturdays. i^ELDON BROS., GOVERNMENT BROKERS for Purchase and Sale of MILLING WHEAT, Season 1919. x; Special Outlet for— ryegrass; ' , cocksfoot, OATS, ... 'CHEVALIER BARLEY. OATSHEAF CHAFF. District Agents Yorkshire Insurance Company, Ltd. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO., LTD. , WE ARE BUYERS OF NEW SEASON'S GRAIN & SEEDS,] [ and have Orders on hand. j Ryegrass' Cocksfoot 1 White Clovei Cowgrass Rape Seed Garton Oats Algerian Oats Ryecorn Duns, Danish Peas Barley ,- , Government Brokers for Wheat. Post ns Samples when Threshed. Highest Prices-given Prompt returns. Seed Dressing.—We have first-class Machines for Dressing White Clover, Ryegrass, Cocksfoot, Oats, etc., at . Addington and Ashburton. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO., . •'■. .LTD:- ■ . Christchnrch. Ashburton. PRAM TYRES .-AVta make a speciality of this line, and fit only the Superior British North Pole .Tyreing, which will last twice as long as rtny other make. . A set fitted in n few minutes at Daman's, J^ealandia Cycle Works Burnett Street "fSuiTISH made" is the special re^ Jls commeindation of Clincher Cross Motor Tyres. .They are best for comfort, speed-; .and long service.—Hayward Bros, and Co,, Ltd.. Chnstcburch, Wholesale Distributors..

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919

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