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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. OVEHNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. LOST POLICY. EVIDENCE having been supplied of the loss of policy numbered 233634 in the books of this Department on the life of NOEL BUXTON, formerly of Lyttclton, now of Ryal Hush, Southland, Master Mariner, I hereby give notice of my intention to issue, at the expiry of four weeks from this date, a copy to take the place thereof, unless objection be previously lodged. J. H. RICHARDSON, Government Insurance Commissioner. Wellington, Sept. 27th, 1919. 4239 APPLICATIONS, to be made on P.S.C. x *- Form 17a, obtainable at principal post ollices, will be received up to noon for the following positions:— CLOSING 14th OCTOBER, 1919: MOTOR DRIVER and MECHANIC, Prisons Department, Tempi cton; General Division. Salary £230, less £3O for house. S CLOSING 18th OCTOBER, 1919: BUYER and DRESSMAKER, Central Store, Education Department, Wellington; General Division. Salary £2OO, maximum £250 per annum. CLOSING 17th OCTOBER: MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT AND TUBERCULOSIS OFFICER, Te Waikato Sanatorium, Cambridge; Public . Health Department, Professional Division. Salary £7OO (with free .house). • Further particulars may be obtained on application. A. C. TURNBULL, Secretary, Public Service Commissioner. "PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE ACT, 1908. In the Estates of AMERAL CHRISTOPHER ABBOTT, of Soufhbridgc, Farmer, but more recently a Members of his Majesty's New Zealand Expeditionary Force AND of ROBERT ANDREWS, of Christcluireh, Farmer, AND of THOMAS HARRIS, of Ashburton, Ploughman, AND of EDWIN SENIOR, of Redcliffs, Christchurch, Gardener. ALL CREDITORS and Others having CLAIMS against these Estates are hereby required to send them, with particulars, on the forms provided, in duplicate, duly certified as due and owing by the respective Instates at the date of death, to the Local Deputy Public Trustee, at Christchurch, on or before the Cth day of DECEMBER, 1919. ALL MONEYS PAYABLE to the above Estates may be lodged to the Public Trustee's credit at any poslal money order oflice, or paid to the Local Deputy Public Trustee at Christchurch. T. D. KENDALL, Local Deputy Public Trustee. 3rd October, 1919. 4103 TOST POLICY. THE NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA, LIMITED. THE POLICY No. 3<".<-S or Ihe life of WILLIAM BUTTERS, having been lost, I hereby give liot.ee t-.at a c of the original will be issued under Section 59 of "The Life Insurance- Act, 1908," unless notice forbidding same bcvlodged on or before the 31st day of OCTOBER, 1919. F. \V. NICHOLSON, 1073 Manager for New Zealand. BUTCHERS. r) I X 0 N BROS., CASH BUTCHERS, CAS II EL STREET, Invite the Public U Inspect their Stock of PRIME BEEF, ' MUTTON, LAMB, VEAL, and PORK, Which will Compare Favourably with : similar shop in the Dominion. noted SMALLGOODS in great variety adc under the best hygienic condin our Up-to-date Factory. WE STOCK ONLY THE PRIMEST QUALITY. TF You Want the BEST MEAT the Country '. Produces, at Greatly -Reduced Prices, go to F. H. STEEL, BUTCHER, 702 and 704 COLOMBO STREET, The Leading Establishment of its kind in Christchurch. Nothing but absolutely the best meat the country produces kept. Don't be persuaded to buy inferior quality and rubbish when by patronising F. 11. STEEL you can always rely on getting the cream of Canterbury. Customers in City and Suburbs waited on daily for orders. Country customers can always rely on letters and telegrams being promptly attended to. SMALLGOODS A SPECIALITY. The annual output reaches half a million pounds. The quantity sold speaks for itself. BUSINESS NOTICES. OUR NEW WALL MAP Of CHRISTCHURCH AND SUBURBS. Lithographed in Black and Colours, and Showing Municipal, Borough, and County Boundaries, Tram Routes, etc. Mounted on cloth, £1 15/-. Mounted, with lathe and roller, £2. SMITH & ANTHONY, LTD., CHRISTCHURCH. We are offering 12/0 PER DOZEN for TRAPPERS' RABBITS, full grown, and 9/PER DOZF.N for HARES, in any quantity, with special inducements to all-the-ye:.r trappers. WE ARE ALSO CASH BUYERS Of RABBITSKINS, GREEN AND DRIED. P. FERON & SON, LTD. 303 MOORHOUSE AVENUE. P.O. Box 83.

AM ORN IN G CALL" at the right moment and the CORRECT TIME DAY AND NIGHT is afforded by "BIG BEN," 17/0; "SLEEPMETER," 10/6; "AMERICAN," 7/6; "SIMPLEX" 8-day Alarm and Time. All in Full Supply at HASTIE, BULL & PICKERING'S, Cashel Street. 714 (A Card.) WJ. M I C H I E, . M.P.T.A., May be Consulted at his Rooms, 21 Kilmore Street West, opposite Cranmer Square, where he receives patients for treatment. "Having practised in the Dominion lor the frnst 17 years with pronounced success, and laving cured many cases that had tried different methods of treatment and failed, W. J. Michic has no hesitation In directing the attention of those that suffer to this form of treatment. In building up the general health and overcoming weakness and disease Jt Is most effective, ns the treatment removes the cause. ' Nervous Diseases a speciality. Hours of consultation! 9to 12, 0 to 7.30. Telephone No. 4235. Returned soldiers suffering from shell-shock, nerves, and muscular troubles treated free. m O GENTLEMEN. Hats are expensive now, but we can REMODEL AND RENOVATE YOUR OLD ONE LIKE NEW. ONLY ONE TRIAL SOLICITED. A. WILI,IA MSO N, EXPERT HATTER, COLOMBO ST. (near Moorhouse Avenue).

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Sun, Volume VI, Issue 1760, 4 October 1919

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Sun, Volume VI, Issue 1760, 4 October 1919

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