In the Burwood Hall last evening : welcome home social was given to Private Jim Partridge, about 140 being present. Mr 11. Rowse, on behalf of the district, extended a hearty welcome to the guest, and made feeling reference to Corporal Colin Campbell, who has made the supreme sacrifice. Private J. Partridge, who on rising was received with musical honours, gave a detailed account of his varied experiences. After supper daueing was indulged in, and at the interval Mr Donnelly gave concertina solos, Mr Gunimings san**, and the Mioses Tobin rendered musical items* HOT-WATEB BOTTLES. With the rapid approach of winter, comfort loving humanity naturally begins to turn its mind to one of the primary comforts —the matter of warmth. No better purchase could be made in assuring the procuring of warmth an.", comfort than a hot-water bottle, and the best place in the city for this article this season is Wallace and Co., chemists, High Street, who are stocking the finest-quality maroon rubber bottles, trimmed and reinforced at the edges, and bound with black rubber. This hot water bottle is fitted with the holdfast, unloseable stopper, and is guaranteed for nine months. The prices are ti/C and 10/6 each. .4 Quicker! Cheaper, too! Sending goods by our five ton motor lorrv, Christchurch to Ashburtou anil intermediate towns, per road. Goods, parcels, furniture handled. Regular service.—The New Zealand Express Co M Ltd. ■

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Sun, Volume V, Issue 1338, 28 May 1918

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