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A Curious Indian Mask. —Dr. Hitchcock of Tucson, Arizona, has a curiosity in an Indian mask for the face. It was found about eight miles out of Tucson. It is carved in wood and is a work of art in its way. It is decorated by engravings in the form of vines and armour plates, with a modern cross on the chin and another on the forehead under a crown. Across the eyes is a dense mass of white hair projecting down somewhat after the present style called banged. On each cheek is a long tuft of hair also from the chin. This hair work is all drawn through from the inside, and is ingeniously done. The mouth is open and the stumps of two teeth are still visible, others are broken close. The whole is painted black, while the engraved lines show the white wood. Taken altogether it is the most hideous thing an Indian could invent. —“ Tucson Citizen.”

Auctioneers, &c. J. E. BUCHANAN AND CO,, AUCTIONEERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, ASHBURTON. PROPERTIES. THE following, amongst other PROPERTIES, are placed in the Auctioneer’s hands for LEASE and SALE:— ASHBURTON— A splendid, paddock of 5 acres near Township. Six acres close to N. E. Belt. Sections near Gas Works. House and garden, Burnett St. Capital 4-Roomed House, Peter St. ASHBURTON FORKS—--190 acres with splendid Creek. 200 acres in crop, fenced and subdivided. Good house and outbuildings. WAKANUI 100 acres near Moffatt’a Mill. 150 acres in crop. SEAFI ELD--400 acres fenced and subdivided. 190 acres fenced and subdivided. DROMORE--400 acres fenced and subdivided. Good Stable .and Cottage, CHERTSEY— A few Township Sections. 150 acres near Railway. J. E. BUCHANAN & Co., 415 a Auctioneers. Publications. AGRICULTURAL PAPERS. fJIHE PUBLISHERS have much pleasure in intimating to the Farmers of the County of Ashburton, that they have issued THIS DAY (Saturday), Jan. 10th, a reprint in pamphlet form of a selection of AGRICULTURAL PAPERS Read before the Lincoln Farmers’ Club, compiled by J. Stanley Bruce, Esq., Price One Shilling. Orders for the above pamphlet, accompanied by thirteen stamps, should bo addresssed to WEEKS & DIXON, Publishers, East Street,. FOB 18 8 0. The press almanac And Diary Can be obtained from the nndersignved. Price—One Shilling. WEEKS AND DIXON, Herald Office, Near Railway Station.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 67, 28 February 1880

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