Canterbury Farmers’ Grain and Produce. Store Company. —A meeting of shareholders in the above-named company was held on Thursday, and it was resolved to wind up the company voluntarily, and Mr W. Bateman was appointed liquidator. The directors laid before the shareholders a report detailing the cause which had prevented the company being a success. A Shake Story. —The latest is told by a man in Delaware. He was attacked by one of those reptiles some time ago in Sussex county, he says, and, in order to escape, he jumped behind a tree. Thereupon the snake in its rage struck at the tree, and 30 minutes afterwards a dulness in <he leaves was perceptible. In another Lour they began to fall off, and now nothing is left save a naked withered trunk-
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 10, 18 October 1879
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 10, 18 October 1879
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