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V ANNOUNCEMENTS. BIRTH. ■ OLIVER.—On May 11, at Cox Street West, Allenton, to Mr and Mrs A. A. Oliver—a daughter. DEATH. WILSON.—On May 10, 1919, nt Mangonui. Sarah, beloved wife of Mr F. .W. Wilson (fete, of Tahiatua), and daughter of Mrs Church,. Dunsandel ;■■ aged 40 years. A i>atieiit sufferer ; ■ ski rest. ' , . 4 . . ; : _ ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. i MR and MRS McCALLUM and FAMILY wish to sincerely thank I sM kind friends for their kind expres- , sidns. of sympathy and for floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Especially do they v wish to thank their near neighbours; the 'Returned Sol- . diers' Association, and the Military authorities. 5 281 THE FAMILY of the late Thomas . Timms de>sire to sincerely thank all kind friends for floral tributes and ■expressions of sympathy in their recent _„. sad bereavement. : 5 282 ■v. ._ .. ... -— „. ', iVV -77 r ""*■' . PROFESSIONAL. .'.. •., . ;■ SLEGAL. .:■ ■ MR G. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, BurnettStreet, begs to announce / to his Clients that he has AMALGAMATED his Ashburton Legal Business with.that of Messrs GEORGE HARPER. SON. and PASCOE, Hereford Sireet. Christchurch, and that both the Aslxburton and Christchurch businesses "will henceforth be carried on under the sstvle of GEORGE HARPER, PASCOE, and BUCHANAN. 'i Mr Bucha^aiKiJljll vjsifc Ashburton - -cvorv TUESDAY-7ahd FRIDAY, and the oflSce will'be open for the transaction of business during ordinary office hours every day. MONEY TO LEMD. T HAVE- Sums of Money for InvestX ment, varying from £200 to £5000, at Lowest Current Rates of In"terest oh Town or Rural Securities. - It. KENNEDY, Solicitor, Ashburton.' ' / MUSIC. MR 3MYJP GILLIES, Mwioi Teacher" (Registered with the Minister of Education), will receive in- .''-,-. tßnding Pupils at his residence, 86 iCaiheron Street West. Pupils prepared . :for examinations in all grades, includ- . .ing A.T.C.L., and L.A.B. Telephone :^w. . " ••■•-• • •...,...,. SHIPPING NOTICES. ■:'"■. ' ; ',;;- :THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED. DIRECT LINETO UNITED KINGDOM. . VIA PAN^iMA CANAL. • Large Modern Twin-Screw PASSENGER STEAMERS, with unsurpassed accommodation. Steamer. Tons. From. About. Uemuera 11,500 AVell'g'nMay 27 Paparoa 8,000 Well'g'n May 31 ,«S»tttaka- 8,893 Well'g'n To follow SShine J H,OOQ For further particulars apply— THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO., LTD. (or Agents). NICOLL BROS., Acents. Shaw", savill and albion CO., LTD. THE LARGEST PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEALAND TRADE. THE DIRECT LINE OF STEAMERS' TO ENGLAND, VIA PANAMA. All TWIN-SCREW STEAMERS, littod with C.Q.2 PATENT FIRE EX'TINGUTHITCR AND WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. SAILINGS (circumstances permitting): . ; ■ iSteamor. , Tons.-, -Aboiit. '"Coriitfhio" ,V2,%i\ |May 12 Auckland «'T»intii" 10,000 May 14 V^jj gn ' '"lonic" ' 12,332 May 29 Wdrtfn "Arawa" 10,000 June 16 Woll'g'n 12,345 Sept. Well'g'n Accommodation for First, Second, and Thiid Class Passengers. Passages from London can be arranged fwre. For full particulars, and Sailing Dates, apply to — RATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY CO., OF N.Z., LTD. •DALGETY AND COMPANY, LTD., Joint Agents. "OIDER-S of HarJov fl)avidson iind } jOk) Indian Motor Cycles can now -1 ' procure Clincher' "Dreadnoughts" in 28k. * 8. Sold by the trade only.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919