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CHURCH SERVICES. ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SPECIAL CAMPAIGN will be continued -TO-NIGHT, and each Night this week, at .7.45. • . ' MR. BISSETT will speak. Subject To-nigfct: "The Thing Buried, which will certainly be Resurrected." r) , MISS BISSETT will Sing. Don't miss the Closing, Services of this Mission. 5 317 BUSINESS NOTICES. CANTERBURY FLOUR MILLS. TITANUFACTURERS of— "SUPRExME" FLOUK New and Second-hand Sacks on % hand. Office in Arcade—2 p.m. to 4->p.m Tuesdays and Saturdays. OELRON 8R05,,, G OVERNMENT f BROKERS for Purchase and Sale pf ■ MILLING WHEAT, Season. 1919. Special Outlet for— RYEGRASS, COCKSFOOT, . oats, ■{-:. ■ ■. CHEViLIER BARLEY, OATSHEAF CHAFF. iHstrict Agents Yorkshire Insurance . Company, Ltd. ' WRIGHT." STEPHENSON AND CO. . LBUTED. WE ARE BUYERS OF N3iW SEASON'S GRAIN & SEEDS, and have orders on hand. Ryegrasß Cocksfoot White Clover Cowgrass Rape Seed Garibon Oats Algerian Oats Ryeeorn Duns, Danish. : Peas i -. Barley. •■■■■'-.■ '. ■• ■ ■■.■': '•' '

Gc.vVnment Brokers for Wheat. Post Ui, Samples when Threshed. Highest Prices Given. Prompt returns. Machineß for Dressing White Clover, Ryegrass. Cocksfoot, Oats, etc. at Adaington. and Aahburton. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO., LTD., Gbristchurch and Ashburtoni '

MURDOCH BRUCE, GRAM AND SEED MERCHANT. GOVERNMENt"ITROKER* for Sale and Purchase of WHEAT. I HAVE an outlet for all descriptions of GRAIN, SEEDS, and PRODUCE, comprising:— CHAFF, POTATOES, WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, Mm> RYEGRASS, COCKSFOOT. M. BRUCE, Registered Accountant, . "LAND AND INSURANCE AGENT. WEST STREET, ASHBURTON. Telepltone 353. ; BUSINESS NOTl^®l—- ; ' ''' ' ■ ■ ■ . , ■■ ' | POPULAR TjASTE— i ; 7 AMONG MEN.

Popular taste is generally a sate guide to quality. We mean the taate that creates a constant demand year after, year. Popular taste— among men—has increased in favour ot our Chart Suit Tailoring. In fact it is always increasing—the demand being as unvaried as the satisfaction the Suits are giving. „. ; Once upon a time the "made-to-measure" suits created a great deal ol ■uncomplimentary criticism because ot the need to select several, patterns as an alternative—and even then, often to find alll of the, selected materials sold out. AVhen we launched bur well^ known Cliart Suit System, we niade.it possible for every client to get the 'exact material he chose, because we sell "the full suit; length from stock. There can be.',no' disappointment that way Then you get as much attention as were your Suit to bt) Hand-Taik)re<l. The actual saving is in the, making--where we substitute a Modem .Machine Tailoring Factory System for our Hand-Tailored, Work. You thus fiet a Good Suit ■at a Substantial Saving. It's worth it too.- If you don't know, our Cliart Suits, come in, and lot s introduce you. MCDONALD AND DUNLOP. MERCHANT TAILORS, East Streoi. .' 'Phone 291.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9609, 14 May 1919

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