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PROFESSIONAL. MONEY. ~- £6ooo and other Smaller Sums down to £100, for immediate investrfdnent on Freehold Town or Country /Properties, at Lowest Current Rates. G. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Ashburton. -».. . i - ;..' '' . ■■ '"— ■'■< MONEY TO LEN"D. |T HAVE Sums of' Money for InvestfJL ment, „ varying from £200 to ivj£sooo, at Lowest Current Rates of Interest on Town or Rural Securities. R. KENNEDY, Solicitor, Ashburton. i MUSIC. i!VfR DAVLD GILLIES, Music ..■.JjJfX Teacher (Registered with the "Minister of Education), will receive in- ? lending Pupils at his residence, 86 Street West. Pupils prevpared for examinations in all grades, including A.T.C.I-. and L.A.B. .Telephone 147. SHIPPING NOTICES. • ,r THE .' . *■■ IVTEW ZEALAND SHIPPINGS IN • COMPANY, LIMITED. DIRECT LINE~TO UNITED ' KINGDOM. '; -v^: :•■ "• VIA IAKAMA'CANAL. Large, Modern Twin-Screw PASSENGER STEAMERS, with unsurpassed accommodation. Steamer. Tons. From. About, llemuera " 11,600: Well'g'n May 27~ Paparoa 8,000 Well'g'n May 31 Bimutaka 8,893 Well'g'n To follow Ruahine n >m Well'g'a To follow For further particulars apply— THE NEW ZEALAND' SHIPPING CO., LTD. (or Agents). NICOLL BROS., Acents. j

Shaw, bavill and albion co?;. v ltd. , ; thf/tyargest passenger steamers in the^ new 2hea- ...;,. -^..^/p^lfMm TRADE.^ / ■•- ■ THF, DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS TO- ENGLAND VIA PANAMA. AJI TWIN-SCREW* STEAMERS, «tted with C.Q.2 PATENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER, & WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. - > BAILINGS (oircumstances permitting): iStegtftier. - Tons. About., Final p't. -"Athenic" 12,345 April 26 WeH'g'n ♦"Gorinthio" 12,231 May 12 Well^n '"T*inni" 10,000 Ma.y'l7 Well'g'n 'f'lonic" 12,332 May r 22 WeU'g'n "Aiawa" 10,000 June 14 J Well' g'n Accommodaton for First, Second, and Third' Class Passengers. 'from London can be arranged here. For full particulars aad Sailing "Dates; apply to— NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY co. of JraT, ltd., OALGETY & COMEANY, LTD., * Joint Agents. <F. J. SUTTON/- -.'o^-r ' T>UILDER AND UNDERTAKER, ' METHVEN. .;- 'Phone 79. Bos 86 ' i „

"TCK>rt rough roads liave v CLINCHER JP TYRES fited to your cycle! They vgive more miles than most tyres, and ensure a freedom from tyre trouble, "..-•.and are guaranteod six, niae. twelve, ;: and fifteen months PRAM TYRES—\Ve make a speciality of this line/ and fit only the Superior British North. Pole Tyre- • Ing, which wit? last twice as long as . iany other make. A set fitted in a few .-.. jninutos at Osmnn's, Zealacidia Cycle ' Works Burnett Street. made" is the special re- ,.:■'. J3 commendation of Clincher Cross (Motor Tyres. They are beat for com- ' fort speed, and long service.—Hayward Bros, and * Co., tbd., Christ- . church, Wholesale Distributors." ' VTTJUY your Svife a 'British Wat : JL>. er Bottle this Winter? The "Uni- '< que' 'is fitted with .patent s fcopper that can't ..leak, and well yulcaaise-d scants ■ prevent'bursts! British iiia-de, and tranded on neck of bottle. PHONIA ■— An Ideal Tonio for anaemic . worc>en and girla. makeft good red biockl. ■. 2a a bottle.— Bonnington'B Pharmacy. IF you want Lorry Tyres t&a'i- will stand any amount, of hard w^ar— ■ fit North British ■ S6lid:batid Tyres. .-■Dsed on the. heavy Army 'Lorries, in "France, and most of the Lorries in the Dominion. District Agents—Canter-, '.fcury Farmers' Co-op. Ass-ja., Ltd., 'Weilincton.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9592, 23 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9592, 23 April 1919

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