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PUBLIC NOTICES.* > LONGBEACH ROAD BOARD, EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES.' FTIHE following Nominations have '•§- been received:— WILLIAM JAMES ANDERSON, for %). 2. Ward. ANSLEY MOORE, for No. i Ward. JOSEPH: PATRICK McQUILKIN, for No. 5 Ward. I therefore decbu-e Messrs W^- J. Anderson, A. Moore, and J. P. MejQjuilkin duly ELECTEDi M"EMBERS of tho Longbeach Road Board. ALFRED A. ,FOOES, ■"!■■ Returning Officer. : May 10, 19}9. [' 5 265 FINAL NOTICE, / » HAVING Sold mv Badt Business to my brother, MR W. J- SPARROW," all amounts, owing to me must be paid before MAY 20, 1919. or same will be sued for WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. , Accounts may be paid to J. ■Sparrowr East Street, Ashburton. 5 81 A. H. SPARROW. MONEY TO LENOX I HAVE Sums of Money for Investment, varying from £200, to £5000, at Lowest Current Rates jot Interest on Town <*• RuYah Seetfrvtiee. it. Kennedy; Asbburton. BUSINESS NOTICES. / POPULAR TASTE— AMONG MEM.' Popular/ -taste, is generally a safe guide to..quality. We mean the taste that creates a constant demand .year after year. Popular taste—among men—-haß increased in favour of our Chart Suit Tailoring. la (fact" it is always increasing—the demand being as .unvaried ac the , .satisfaction the - Suits are giving. . Once upon a time the "made-to-measure'' suits created a great deal'of uncoßiplimentary criticism "because of the. need to' select several 'patterns , as an aJLternaiiyp-—and even 'tKen, often' to find all pi the eeJected materials sold out. When we-launched our ""wellknown Chart Suit System, wo made it possible for every client to get • the exact material he chose, because,-we sell the full suit lenrgth from stock. There can be no disappointment that way. Then y«u get as much attention as were your Suit to be' Hand-Tailored. The actual saving is in the wnere we substitute a Modern Machine Tailoring Factory System for; our Hand-Tailored Work. You thus get. a Good Suit t at, a> Substantial Saving. It'si-worth''-it too. "If'you don't know our Chart Suits, come in ; and ).etV introduces you. MCDONALD AND DUNtOP. JDERCHANT 'TAUfiBS, .East Street. ," 'PhQD.6/29K ~;; ' THE BRtTLSH MINISTER OF MUNITIONS Recently said:—"This tremendous waste through inefficiency must be stopped. It is than 50 per cent, of those engaged in the business world are , really qualified to do their work in an efficient manner. An increased efficiency of 30 per cent. aJI round wouldi mean a saving of a.t least 3QO million pounds a year to the naitioif.", Strong words and : worthy of deep thwight. Hbw : great . has been the opportunity for , those who qualify. .This you can do in ajittle time. Three months' study puts'you above the average) : So that you .can qualify, may .we send ''You particulars of our Splendid "Course in PRACtjCAL BOOK-KEEP-ING; v or in MODERN ACCOUNTANCY; or .in WRITING; of in SHORTHAND; or in COMPLETE BUSINESS EDUCATION; or of our PREPARATION FOR THE MATRICULATION i the 4 TEACHERS', tho PUBLIC SERVICE- or the LAW AM> UNIVERSITY BOOK-KEEP-EBS , EXAMINATIONS. Say just which interest you. • ■ ■ Address: — HEMINGWAY ANT> ROBERTSON'S CORRESPONT>ENCIS SCHOOL, LTD., P.O. Box 516, AUCKLAND. (The School with 25,000 Successful awl Satisfied Students behind it)., NEW Season's Honey, in 21b Pots, - ls V; ' 6d ;' cheaper taking Larger Quantities.- i BUXTON AND .THOMAS, TRIANGLE STORES. :;- reliance and economy, fit 1 CLINCHER CR<)$S Mmm from the i finest rubber by the ??brih British Rubber Co tamable y'Srbm 'all dealers ana• garages; District Agents: Canterbury Farmere , Co-op. Association, Ltd., Tiniaru.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919