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ANNOUNCEMENTS. IN MEMORIAM. SHEARER.—In loving memory of Margaret, beloved wife of Jokn Shearer, who departed! tliis life on April 27, 1917, —Inserted by her loving husband said family. COCHRANE.—In loving memory of Private Robert Cochrane,- killed-■'m action: in France, Ai>ril.2B,.': 1918. We who.loved him, sadlymiss him, As it dawnsanother year, Though the voice- we loved is silent, Thoughts of himare ever dear. —-Inserted by 1 his loving parents, sisters, and brothers. DEATH. McCRENOR —On. April 28, 1919, at his late residence. Springfield, Metihven, James, dearly beloved husband of Hannah McCrenor, in his 61st year. _ Deeply regretted. R..1.P. ACKNOWLEDGMENT.' MRS D. MciDOXALD iuid FAMILY, of Methven, desire .to expi-ess their sincere tlmnks to'aU kind friends for fc-iftoi's., telegranwrr and expressions -of synvpatby-, also^r floral tributes, in their rect-nt sad.,fereavement. 4 621 ' ' -£ v ' - JGfOIiDEN HEiTORD—GODFREY. — On April' ■ 28, 1869, at St. Andrew's'- Manse, -.■'Christ-church, by Rev. Charles Fraser, John Hefford, to Esther Godfrey.; ..-S . ■' • ; BIRTHS. 3>ABENITTE.—On April 26 1919, at Arawa. Prival-e Hospital, to Mr and Mrs E. G. .Dabonittc, Westerfield— twin boyn. Ail well. ..-WATSOX—On, April "27/ 1919, at Arawa Private HospiiaT, io Mi" and Mrs E. W. M. Wntson, AnftinaA' son. Both well. PROFESSIONAL. MONEY. O 6000 and other Smaller Sums down oW , to £100,', for immediate invest«ient on Freehold To wo or Country Properties, »t Lowest Current Rates. . G. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Ashburton. MUSIC. MR DAVID GILLIES, Music Teacher (Registered with the Minister of Education), will receive intending Pupils at his residence, 86 Cameron Street West. Pupils prepared for examinations in" all grades, including A.T.CJ-. 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. ■■' Steamier. Tons. From. About. Remuera „ 11,500 WelPg'n May 27 Paparoa 8.000. Well'g'n May 31 Rimutaka 8,893 WelFgV To follow Bnahine j 11,000 /Weirg'n To follow For further particulars apply— j ' THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO., LTD. (or Agents). NICOLL BROS., . Agents. QHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION THE LARGEST" PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEALAND TRADE. .... THE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS TO ENGLAND VIA PANAMA. All TWIN-SCREW STEAMERS, fitted with C.Q;2 PATENT FIRE-EX-TINGUISHER, & WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. 6AILINGB (oirenmetances perimtting): Steamer. Tont!. About. Final p't. 12,345~ April 29 Well'g'n '^Gorinthio" 12,231 May 15 Well'g'n ««T*inni" in.OOO May 14 Well'g'n "lonic'» 12,332 May 29 Well'g'n "Arawa" 10,000 Juno 18 Well'g'n Accommodaton for First, Second, and Third Class Passengers. PMBBgea from London can be arrmnged here. •.■'' ■•■ \ ■: ■:'■■■■•.,. ■- For fnU partJeuiars and Sailing Dated, apply to— *%s&9s? lt!, a agency

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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