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ANNOUNCEMENTS. DEATH. iIcGALLUM.—On May 7, 1919, at Ashburton, Private Stewart Gordon McCallum, late 9th Reinforcements, ' beloved son of Robert and Agnes McQilhmi; aged 25 years. IN MEMORJAM. MILLER.—-In loving 'memoriam of Charles Wilson Miller, late of linwald, who died May 7, 1917. Tis just two years ago to-day, Since our dear father passed -away. Forget him! no, we never will", Wo loved him then, we lovo him still. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. PROFESSIONAL. MONEY. O-'ttjO and other Smaller 1 Sums down jtJ- Wkf £100,' for immediate investmeripKn Freehold Town, or Country Properties, at Lowest Current Rates. G. H. BUCHANAN, . " • Solicitor, Ashburton. MONEY TO LEND. I HAVE Sums of Money for Investment, varying from £200 to £5000,-at Lowest Current Rates of .Interest on Town or Rural Securities. R. KENNEDY, , Solicitor, Ashburton. ■ —^ ■■ MUSIC. . [ MR DAVID GILLIES, ..Music 1Teacher (Registered with -;itlrt! . Minister of Education), will.receivean- ' tending tPiipils at his residence,* vßfr Cameron \Street Pupils, prepared; foiv examinations in all grades,, includ-- ■ ing A.T.C.L., and LVA.B.7 Telephone; 147 / ' ■•■•■'•• ■■■"■■ ' ■ •'■ :- *■. SHIPPING NOTICES. [ '-, ■ ■'; " '"'''' ' TTTBV ' • .■■ IVTEW ZEALAND SHIPPING; M ■ COMPANY, LIMITED, v DIRECT LINE TO UNITED kingdom: V VIA PANAMA CANAL. iLarge Modern Twin-Screw PASSENGER STEAMERS, with unsurpassed ..accommodation. ' -Steamer. Tons. From. About. For further particulars apply— THE NEW .ZEALAND SHIPPING CO., LTD. (or Agents). NIOOLL BROS., Agents. S H AW , SA^LWm. ALBION SHE LARGE^"PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEALAND TRADE. THE 7DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS TO ENGLAND, VIA PANAMA. VU TWIN-SCREW STEAMERS, fitted with C.Q.2 LATENT FTRE EXTINGUISHER AND WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. SAILINGS (circumstances permitting): rKteamer. Tons. About. Final p'tiiWSJA l*lay 12 Auckland "Tainui" ' 10,000; May 14 WejVtfn •«• S' 12,332 May 29 We R», ••ArW' 10 000 June.l 6We gn .--A^enio^_l2J46 Sept. Well'g'n \ccommodation for First, Seoqnd,;..and .... Third (Class Passengers. Passages;'• dtrbm London bail tbe; arranged Mre., -„.•'.'• •'. '...':.■•; • For full particulars, and Sailing Dates, as?ply to-^-WIEONAL M#RTGAGE & AGENCY " co., <wmz., ltd. ©ALGETY AN© (COMPANY, LTJiW Joiat Ageiaffca. : LOOK MERE! . ' IJH/ETCHEB BROS- =are Selling 13, J5 Cakes lion Ann $or Is, 3 Tins Zebra Paste for 1*.,, 52 Cakes Zebra lilaek Lead for In, 12 Bags'Beckett's Blue for Is .3d, 4 Large. Cakes Best .Sand Soap for Is, JAxm Tins Swift -Tan Boot Polish far «d, 2 PoundsBrotra Maize Cornflour for Is. At— ■■ t FLFTCHEK-.BROS/ CASH SUPPLY STORES. ' ON tfee Western • Front, ; Clincher ■ Cross Tyres are "doing their bif'—aad a very >ig bit. . ,T^-mU: do the hardest work lor you too^Hay-:; •.ward Bros, and Co., Ua., ChnaV '"'• churcb, Wholesale Diafcytbutorß., : . ) "^IJUBJGHER CROSS^ ,W the only, \y . iaiint»*ion Rubber Tfcres whipb ■ have ''etterced fiiircessfuity from- a $$Q miles lUU? T««fc j

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9603, 7 May 1919

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