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Consultations, H. FRIEDLANDER’S CONSULTATION, No. 1, ON THE CHAMPION RACE, To be run for in Melbourne on January 1, 1881. FORTY-NINE NOMINATIONS. 1000 SUBSCRIBERS, AT 10s. EACH. £l4Ol 105 | 75 [-Ail net. G 5 Go First Prize Second Prize Third Prize Starters (divided) Non-starters (divided) In forwarding cheques, please add exchange. Two stamps needed, one for reply and one for result. To be drawn as soon as filled. Address — H. FRIED LANDER, Tobacconist, P.O. Box 117, Tihaku. 548

WILLIAM COLLINS’ CONSULTATION No. 1 ON THE ! CHAMPION RACE, To be run for in Melbourne on the Ist Januany, 1881. Forty-nine Nominations. 1,000 Consultors at 10s. Each. First prize, £l4O ; second, £lO5 ; third , £75 ; starters and non-starters divided, £l3O ; .all net. In forwarding cheques , please add exchange. Two stamps needed one for reply and one for result. To be drawn as soon as filled. Dunedin Cup Consultation to follow, for same amount. Address VV. Collins & Co., Auctioneers, Strathallan street, Tiraaru. 650 Business Notices. SPRINGFIELD COAL. mHIS SPLENDID COAL may be I ordered in large and small quantities, and all orders will be promptly executed. C. A. ULRICH, Cobb & Co.’s Office, Cathedral Square, Christchurch. Agent for Springfield Coal Co. [Limited.] 677 Quinton Brothers, ASHBURTON BOTTLING STORES, Alford Forest Road. HAYING won First and. Second Prizes for ALB and STOU 11,I 1 , at the Agricultural Shows at Ashburton, 3.879 and 1880, should be a sufficient guarantee of the quality of Liquor supplied by the above Firm. All orders promtly attended to. 619

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 209, 6 December 1880

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