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New Advertisements. WANTED— A good General SERVANT. Apply, Harry Friedlander, Tancred street. 161 TO I.ET, STATIONERS’ SHOP, recently occupied by Mr. J. Y. Ward. This Shop is fitted up in a very complete manner, and four comfortable dwelling rooms are attached. 70 SAUNDERS BROS. V. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PRINCE OF WALES’ BIRTHDAY. FARES. ORDINARY Single Fare Tickets issued from any Station to any Station on the Bth and 10th November, will be available for return up to and including the 11th November. WILLIAM CONYERS, Commissioner of Railways, M.I. Commissioner’s Office, Christchurch, 28th October, 1879. 167 the undersigned Merchants and Ratepayers, respectfully request his Worship the Mayor of Ashburton to proclaim Monday, the 10th Holiday, being the Birthday. Orr and Co. W. Montgomery and Co., Limited Weeks and Dixon Fredk. Pavitt John G. Anstee J. E. Buchanan G. M. Robinson Joseph Ivess H. M. Jones Saunders Bros. C. P. Cox Branson and Purnell O’Reilly and Ireland John Fowler November, a close Prince of Wales’ Friedlander Bros. Geo. Jameson Edmiston Bros, and Gundry Sando and Co. Ernest A. Garnett G. Compton Thos. Dudson Alfred Harrison T. R. Hodder and Co. J. M. Cambridge J. Stanley Bruce D. Williamson and Co. In compliance with the above requisition, I hereby PROCLAIM MONDAY, the 10th November, a GENERAL HOLIDAY. THOS. BULLOCK, 649a—168 Mayor. V. R. PUBLIC NOTICE. Licensing Act 1873, and Licensing Act, 1873, Amendment Act, 1874. NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of the above Acts the QUARTERLY MEETING of the LICENSING COMMISSIONERS for the districts of Ashburton and Mount Somers will b j held on TUESDAY, the second day of December next, at the hour of 12 o’clock, noon, in the Resident Magistrate’s Court, Ashburton, for the purpose of considering applications under the said Acts. C. CAVENDISH HURRELL. Clerk to the Licensing Court. Resident Magistrate’s Court, Ashburton, 31st October, 1879. 650a—170 TO HUGO FRIEDLANDER, ESQ., ASHBURTON. DEAR SIR, We, the undersigned Electors of the Borough of Ashburton, request that you will allow yourself to be nominated for the Mayoralty of the Borough, and we pledge ourselves to use our interest in securing your return. Donald Williamson James Campbell Weymouth Roberts George Parkin G. M. Robinson Andrew Orr R. Friedlander G. D. Branson John Orr W. H. Gundry T. Riches Hodder John H. Pass C. E. Fooks & Son Edw. G. Crisp Alfred Curtis J. M. Cambridge Thos. Chambers William Anderson Robert Anderson James McDonald George Kidd W. Mitchell H. Turner James Bradley Robert Cullen J. S. Savage H. J. Weeks Chas. Dixon James Wilkie C. B. M. Branson G. Compton M. J. Robinson C. W. Ireland Chas Reid. Harry Friedlander J. P. Butler Daniel Henderson H. T. Winter T. Toppin Alfred Harrison Samuel Hardley To Donald Williamson, Esq., and the other Ratepayers signing the above Requisition. GENTLEMEN, Your most influential Requisition cannot otherwise but make me accede to your request, and I have therefore much pleasure in allowing myself to be nominated for the position of Mayor of our rising Borough. Should Ibe returned, I will use my best endeavors to merit the confidence placed in me. I shall take an early opportunity to make known to you my views on municipal matters. I am, Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, 149—626 a HUGO FRIEDLANDER. REAPERS AND BINDERS. THE Undersigned having been appointed agent for the sale o' McCORMICK’S & W. A. WOOD’S REAPERS AND BINDERS, is now prepared to treat with those who will want them for the coming season. FREDK. PAVITT, 555a—88 East Street, Ashburton. WANTED KNOWN—That Money can be saved by purchasing your Stationery and Account Books, for cash, at the “Herald” and “Guardian” Wholesale Stationery Dep6t, Saunders’ Buildings, near Station.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 18, 6 November 1879

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