Frozen Meat Trade.— The Hon. R. Campbell and a few other gentlemen have issued the prospectus of a company with a capital of L 4.000, for the purpose of fitting up a vessel to take Home 4,000 sheep in a frozen condition from Oamaru. Half the capital is to be paid up in cash, and the remainder ia sheep. It is stated that the promoters have received favorable telegrams from Home with regard to the prospects of the meat trade. Everyone must wish Mr Campbell and his associates every success in their spirited venture. It only needs someone to lead the way, and the ice once broken, we are satisfied that the trade will be rapidly developed.
J O. O. F., M. U. LOYAL ASHBURTON LODGE, No. 6003. GRAND ANNIVERSARY Concert Of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Dances, and Comic Sketches, in the TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, ON MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 28. The Loyal Ashburton Lodge, No. 6003, purpose celebrating their Anniversary with a Concert on the above date, when an excellent programme will be presented. A BaLL will take place immediately after the Concert. Doors open at half-past seven ; concert at eight prompt. JOSHUA TUCKER, N.G. 76a R. MINNIS, Secretary. To Let. TO LET, a well-finished HOUSE of Four Rooms, on East Town Bolt. Apply, Mitchell and Turner. 148 a LET, with a purchasing clause, 164 I acres of TUSSOCK LAND (broken up ready for cross ploughing) on the Coldstream run, about seven miles from the Hinds Station. Apply to Robert Gillino, at Mr. H. Smith’s Steam Turning, Carving, and Chair Works, Tuam street, opposite Montgomery’s, Christchurch.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 277, 24 February 1881
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 277, 24 February 1881
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