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Public Companies. G C :E. ■HHf Caswell sound marble, PORTLAND CEMENT, AND MINING COMPANY (LIMITED), NEW ZEALAND. each. JCalls O ...s—5S. bn. Application ; ss. on Allotment ; balance, as required, in Calls of 10s. per Share at intervals ,of \ }J not less than three months.. Directory : Hoh. E. [ Ri(Mitoop, ,C.M.G., .M.H.R., . J.P. ; O Hon, Jv T.' PCacock, M.L.C., J.P. H6#J: U A; Bonar, M.t.C:,_J.P. ;A. UOlla' Ji"A« jjOHeirj iu. jj. v*) w* l• y -■ ■ M‘Rae, Esq.; W. ;S H. Pilliet, Esq.,: J.P.; \TT W, Stocks, Esq. ; W. Hutcheson,Esg., MH.HI', JTVJ \Mkybr, Wellington ; E. W. Mills, Esq.; J.P. ; McLean W v Jack, E^i r Maybf, Hokitika jR. N; J. Reeves, ■ Rv :! £•' >‘. ■A:' Stenhouse, /- Esq., J.Pv George Munro, Esq. ;J. " R, George,- Esq!, A.M.1., C.E. ;A. ;S, F Chapman, Eaq. *- Bankers and Agents : Bank of Ne\i T Zedhdm and Blanches. t> ; Gully. :■ o Offices : Grey street, Wellington, Upplications for Shares will, be-received 1 tbe Slat day of "JANUARY, 1881, and can be made through the Bank of New Zealand, or any pf. its branches in New” ZeAlkhd and Australia, or from the T XPobipahyV Broker, Mb. Charles Pye, Store, Winslow, frond whom Prospectuses ahdi Forma can also be ! obtained.' Specmknai of this Marble took the First Prize at the late Sydney Exhibition, and are being exhibited in the New Zealand kiCqurtof the one now being held at Melbourne. Note— The prospects of this Company ICiateiiexceptionally favorable, largo dividends &pd great, increase in value of shares being* comparative certainty ; but for farther particulars we refer to the Prpr -apbotußj which can be obtained ah above. THESHARE LIST CLOSES ON JAN. 31st, 1881. 5 -All Shares will be allotted by Priority of Application. 868 « fnHE NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ■ I - ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA (LIMITED). Established 1869. Actuary and. Secretary. —J. M. : ’ Templeton, F.I. A. The' MOST LIBERAL and EQUITABLE OFFICE for Life Assurance in Y(jshe Australasian Colonies. The best office for young men. Profits divided every three years. Offices in Melbourne, Adelaide, 1 Wellington, And Hdbto&Toltti. »>■ .'» '■ f ■- The New Zealand- Branch—A LOCAL INSTITUTION, investing all moneys id tin? cpwny.*- *•• v ■- '' ' i jUAßeisidbnti ! Secretary Thomas Strain, Temple Chambers,: Featherston street, Wellington. • a i Agent for the County- 5 of’ Ashburton—tj,,E. ■ SAUNDERS (of the firm of Saunders £ Ashburton. : . .Note the name—The National Mutual. ' ,-,V, . •- ’ ' . ■ ; - 749 T&E ; NEW .'ZEALAND .. LOAN AND : ‘ MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY ’ ;i (LIMITED). . . - ' T; WOOL. SEASON—IBBO-1881, SPECIAL NOTICE TO SHEEP '* . FARMERS. _ makes LIBERAL CASH ATwANCKS nn WOOL entrusted to its care for sale in the London market. one :of ifie. leading depart- " of Die Company’s -business, and an eXpert practical staff being employed by lti liondon House especially to superb ! posal of wool consignments, growers may ’ their clips being carefully placed to the best advanan further may be obtained hpon amification. at the,.Company’s office, Square Christchurch. 877

Consultations, J. L FLEMING’S OoNaCLTATION,.Na 3, ON THE , i&i. | ; at, £l. each. K Sitet horse ', ’ 3 ••• . ... £750 | do.'* y:. ... _ ... 500 ; .sjiThircLi’idbU ».. 260 1o Qtfeey Startera (divided) , :w. : 600 ? divided) ...,, 7 >.,i IOQO t are sent| exchange must be added and stamps for reply and result, v, , . iJ>; Jm iFJUEMIN Qi' &ei , •> , ~ High street, Triangle,!; , 7 "" Christchurch.. N.B.—Note change of address. 613 0 a n S.u LT A T I O N No. , - ON ■ •; - DUNEDIN CUP, xBBi., ; STAR PROBLEM. I %000 MEMBERS AT £l. . OFirst ... : ... £BOO 1 400 200 250 350 Second ... Third Starters ... Non-Starters 7;-Jl P Ul 1 - Total ... ... ...£2,000 39 Nominations. Address—STARPROBLEM, Care of 0. J. HARRIS, Star and Garter Hotel, .. .. : ;Or, Box 10,P.0. yOamaru. ' No. 2 r Consultation r will be; opened im- '■ mediatelyafterNo. 1 closes., J £SO PRIZE. 1. A Special.,Prize 1 of £soi will be awarded to any correspondent who First places the first three horses in their relative position? in the Cup. •ft. letters received : each) day ttill be tept distinct, and opened after the race, in ordMr&f biribiSilyy ai received;until winner is found- . 3. If the’ horses he correctly placed by morevtban one.person on the same day, such persons to. divide prize. Each letter have a 2cL J Stamp Enclosed, or not eligible for competition. Letters received, fibth November 22nd, 1880,' to February 23rd, 1881, inclusive., 4. Af five to, superintend theu? decision tb ; be final. pBJZB, f C r .L r ,m4RIS, , Hotely... : 7 J‘.jX P.O.vGamaru. r consultation, No. 1, <ll .THE ?[:•[;.sl/. ■; •Sri f 1 ’DUNEDIN CUP, iOGOvßubseribbrs lat 10s. each. -adbdil'V.fli \lu ■ii.Trf !.u ! » •*-, 1 111 * fcbHdrte nU a *W. £1|0; Second Horse Third Horse ' ... ... 50 Sf.ietattwsi and < nonstartera ! divided) ... 220 tbePetels.; . fWillO ■'{.VLU.-’i > ■ i ?,■. i i

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 263, 8 February 1881

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