1 v The Volunteers; ~ At J.he nextjparade ,(dn Tuesday evchirig atN3.45)/ the ca'n’dirdates fpJCfirpprqtipn’MU'/be /.examined/ And after parade a meeting will be held to. tike, ipto (.consideration. thq : advisableness ( ' holjilrig a ’.dale..;' Both Sides of the Question.—One of the chief clerks in a joint stock hank waited on an Irish gentleuiaii recontly, and . Informed him that lie* ’'liad overdrawn his' account to the tune of a hundred pounds. ‘ 4 Well, I know that,” replied, the veteran, “so what’s-'the .rioceacity 'of -boring me aßout it 1 Why nqt treat me as Ido you ? I don’t go when I have that amount in your institution and shout, ‘ Mr. Matlager/'you hold a hundred pounds of mine 1 ’ Such way. Good morning:; ; ' : : - '■ '
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 200, 25 November 1880
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 200, 25 November 1880
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