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Public Companies. O T O :SL<; THE-CASWELL SOUND MARBLE*, I PORTLAND CEMENT, AND MtN~, i JNG COMPANY (LIMITED), NEW;, : ZEALAND. : ficii Capital—£so,ooo, inlO,ooo Shares of £&« ■ - -.■■■, ■ each. ; ■ , T . , r Calls—?ss. on Application; Ss. on. Allot*; * | ment; balance, as required, in .Calls . ; <i i J. of 10a. per Share at intervalsof .[ . not leas than three months. , ';n>r. Pbo vision ax. Directory ; Hon.;- 15..; Richardson,. C.M. ft,. M-H.B. |; ; ft. l!*jq Hon. J.' T. Peacock, - M. L-C- > J- P* L; Hon. J. A. Bonaj, M; L-C,, . d.P. j 1 A..' j M‘Rae, Esq. ; W. B, Rilliet.Eaq., JfiP.J;. I W.. Stocks, Esq.; W. ' M.'H-. Rj, J.P., Mayor,. Wellington i K.-. 1 W. Mills, Esq., J.P. ; McLeanW. Jack, | &;lfßa**\SsaCs Esq., J.P. ; George. Munro, Esq. ; J. - R. George,' Escj;', C.E ; r A. R. ■ Chapniah, EkqV ' ■ Rankers ano Agents : Bank of I Zealand' arid Branches. . ... 'aioßW: Messrs. Boiler.' Xftnfc/ind

. Offices : Grey street, Wellin^ob.''' Applications for Shares? will be. received Until thlslat dayofdANUMlY/ 1881, and can be -made through the Bank of New Zealand, or any ofitabJsaiichea in New ZealandAnd’ Australia, or from the Company’s Broker, Me. ChabxeS Pvts, _ Storey Winslow, from whom Prospectuses 1 and Forhia can also be obtained^ Specimens of thisTMTarbJe Prize at the late Sydney Exhibitipn, and r are being exhibited in the Hew? Zealand i Court of the one . now being held Mel-> bourne. Note—TAe prospects of :this Company! are Exceptionally : favorable, large divi*> dends and great ihbrease in value of shares'being a comparative certainty ;butldf" : further particulars we. refer* toi the ‘ spectus',’.which can be obtained as aboyb. *' THE SHARE LIST CLONES ON : JAN. . ■ 1 3ist, 1881.; ‘ ■ All. Shares will be allotted by. Priority/ bf Application. ■■■,: :? 868^ friHE NATIONAL MUTUAL LINK. ’ i ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRAL- : ASIA (LIMITED). . ; :.J ; : ' Established 1869. Actuary and Secretary —J. M. Templeton, P.LA. ’ ,

; The MOST LIBERAL and EQtHT* lABLE. pjT'ICE for Life jn ’ the.. Australasian Colonies.' ' The beat. joffice l fop young men* ; ( Profits divided, [every three years. Offices in Melbourne) ; Sydney, Adelaide, Wellington, lEhlbart «(Pown~--~' -■ -■■ra-.rigssam I The New Zealand Branch—A LOCAL [INSTITUTION, investing All moneys in the colony. : . - :,.7 i Kesident Secretary Thomas Swain, ; Temple, Chambers,,. Featherston streeL* Wellington; ‘ '• 1 " ■ ' M.iij 1 Agent for ..the County of Ashburton'S,. SAUNDERS (of the firm of Saunders sßrM.)’j' : AshhM r ,thp'. i, n ! Ffbte the tiaino—The l&tidfifil'MaiinL : r . ■ ■ ■ , .;. ; J .. 1 | THE ! ' NEW ZEALAND' LOAN AND i MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY (LIMITED). ' . _ , , WOOL SEASON—IBBO-iBBL' ‘ ? 0 i '■ jiv'! ;; ■: i: !~> j f ■■ i ' , ;j lit I SPECIAL NOTICE TO SBSUPi ta : ..<i.r.i;r./. FARMERS*' ; ' tr.'i I . . .1.... ■• j • ■ ,jir ,k 01 fpHE Company makes LIBERAL CASH i ADVANCES on WOOLentruetedto/: itscare for saie ih the Lohdon markct. - I .This;being one:of. thedeading depWt*> inents of and am*bxpert and) practical staff being employed by its London House especially to snperii.’» tcud the classification, find disposal of wool growers: may' rely- upon their clips being carefully handled and placed to the best jtage. ; i- -••• <>*;.■• 1 , '■ \ l '' y i , Farther information may be obtained upon application at the Company’s bffibe(c Cathedral Square Christchurch.' ‘ 877 i ~ ii ... i »m*mL I Conre!yancas/"’-" r ' f '- !;^liU; ’

'Trife 5 LONGBEACBt COACITf % O cotton wislies Vto • inforin,, \JL::. the travelling; public between Ash-' burton and Longbeacb'that' be has taken over the Coach Business Willcocks, and hopes for a pi the support hitherto aCcipis9(J. f lh'^is, decesspr. , .. ; ‘ ' ,*V ! '^e^ares. by Cotton’s coacharp eMC ( f|y;>r i3d. per .mile ordinary fares, imile fjpr'r Saturday return. They jifttffb under— “ " t,',,-j i liougbeaph to Ashburton, ordinary bo., [return Bs., ' t ; Watertoxi to Ashburton, 3h6d.ordi-;, jnary, 6s. return. " ■ ! Ashton to Ashburton, 3s. ordinary, 6s. return.,; . . ; to. Ashburton, jordihary, 4s. .return, ... i The coach leaves Longbeach* daily at ;7.30, arriving at Ashburton at 10 and leaving the Booking iOfficq, Baldwin’s Central Hotelj <solL,day. lat' 4; 30 p. rij. ‘; Post Oice, 4. 45 p-iO-'*3» ECOOKSGN, Wills Street, rtffis: the . MAIL C.OACH from . Ashburton | Railway to Green, Street, 1 *Mforc jForest, and Mount Somers, every Tuesday lapd FridaJ*,- returning- Wednesday and. iSittirilay at 3t>.m • " ’ ;• James i j begs to intimate,• to .Pubhtij^njßalways obtaraableai a moderate uhai^ew his BhopA’Jc9x r .-;sßi*ovbA Isloe;r3 A Cart drives round the district on T^^a|yßMfi s J3|f THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN I 4ioo:t v:■/.:/’f—i'P:(K'r^AUOrn P RXG jB ,f- (ON M . ■i : - v -(J.r.Y f>.«s A * DVERTISERS are reminded that the ASH.BGRTQJS?; I commands the LARGEST CIRCUIi.. [TIQN in the Borough , and, Suburb&jSgidl the prices for advertisements are very reasonable., J4j <; / .TilriHT-, T-:/ ft

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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