Neai. Dow. —Neal Dow, the great temperance reformer of Maine, had a narrow escape the other day. For a whole generation he has been regarded as a consistent teetotaller. But a tramp solemnly swore that he and Neal Dow stood at the same counter and imbibed brandy and water. Things looked a little serious for awhile, and the temperance folk in that far-off region felt that even the greatest of us will once in a while have a fall. The tramp, however, on cross-examination, explained that he drank the brandy and Neal Dow the water, and the whole State of Maine breathed freely, once mere.
Public Notices. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership hitherto existing between Messrs. Jones and La wry, trading together under the style of Jones and Co., Butchers, Bakers, and Storekeepers, Seafield, is hereby DISSOLVED as from the Ist day of May, instant, by mutual consent. The business will be conducted in future by Mr. Walter Lawey and Mr. William Lawey, under the stylo of Lawey and Son. It is requested that all accounts for payment be forwarded to Messrs. J. E. Buchanan and Co., who are authorised to collect all the debts, now due to the late firm. Dated at Ashburton, this Ist day of May, 1880. (Signed) THOMAS MYNETT JONES. WALTER LAWRY. 8140 Commission Agent, Ashburton. LAND. LAND. ESSRS. POYNTZ & CO. OFFER FOR SALE BY PRIVATE an unimproved FARM of 40Q Acres, in one or two lots. The land is of fair quality and situated within four of a Railway the main line^ have received instructions to treaty,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 95, 4 May 1880
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 95, 4 May 1880
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