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Special Advertisements. F o T 0 E. Persons willing to LEND the Exhibition Committee the use of GLASS CASES during the Exhihtion, for the better preservation of perishable articles, are requested to communicate at once with the undersigned. STEPHEN E. POYNTZ, 280 a Hon. Sec. T H E MEN’S BEST VALUE FOR READY MONEY IS THE AND BOYS’ CLOTHING MANUFACTURED BY THE NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory, Which can be purchased at their Retail Branches, now established all over New Zealand. The Garments are thoroughly shrunk. The Fit and Style are perfect. The Workmanship is equal to bespoke. The Trimmings are of superior quality and strength. The Tweeds are of the very best description. The Stock is the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. The tall, short, lean, and stout, can be equally well fitted. The Goods are all marked in plain figures. The system of business is to exchange every article that does not give satisfaction. And, in addition to all these advantages, you can purchase A SINGLE GARMENT AT THE WHOLESALE PRICE. jZSt' Mercery, Hats, Shirts, Ties, Scarves,'Bags, Portmanteaux, Rugs, and Blankets, at Wholesale Prices. Thousands of the discerning customers testify that the New Zealand Clothing Factory’s Garments are the Very Best Yalue for Ready Money. Ashburton Branch : EAST STREET. WM. SPARROW, 751* Manager.

SHBURTON MUSEUM. All persons, and particularly exhibitors at the forthcoming Exhibition, who feel disposed to ASSIST in establishing a MUSEUM in Ashburton, are respectfully informed that the Committee of the Library have generously consented to appropriate a room for that purpose. |Any willing to give Specimens, Works of Art, &c., will kindly communicate with the undersigned as early as possible. STEPHEN E. POYNTZ, 293 a Hon. Sec.. Industrial Exhibition. rnHRESHING BOOKS printed on the _|_ shortest notice, at the Office of this Paper. COUNTY COUNCIL. THE DOG REGISTRATION ACT, 1880. The Ashburton County Council having, by resolution passed March 2nd, 1881, instructed the Police to lay informations against all persons within the County having dogs in their following after the 31 et day of March, ISSI, unregistered contrary to the provisions of the Dogs Registration Act, 1880, publishes the following sections of the said Act for the benefit of all concerned 4. Any person who shall keep any dog "within the colony of a greater ago than six month, for a period of fourteen days, without causing such dog to bo registered, and such registration to be again made from year to year, in manner hereinafter mentioned, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding five pounds for every such dog over and above the amount of any fee payable in respect of the registration of such dog. 9. Except as herein provided, the fee to be paid for the registration of every dog throughout the colony shall be the sum of ten shillings. And until such amount shall have been paid no such registration shall be deemed to have been duly made.

13. Dogs without collars having the proper registration labels thereon, shall primM facie be deemed to be unregistered, and any person or his agent upon whose land such dog may be found, or any person duly authorised by the local authority, may destroy any such dog. 17. Any person who shall sec a dog being at large, biting or attacking any person or any horse, sheep, or cattle, or who shall himself bo bitten or attacked by such dog, may destroy the same without being answerable for damage occasioned thereby. 21. If any person shall, after the first day of January in every year, have in his following or keep any dog wearing a label issued in any previous year, which dog shall not have been registered for the then current year, such person shall be liable for a penalty not exceeding five pounds. By order, F. MAIN WARING. Clerk. Ashburton, March sth 1881. 289 a ■\TTANTED, a Good General SERVV YANT. Apply, Office of this Paper. 304 a QALEDOKIAN SOCIETY. A MEETING of the members of the Caledonian Society will be held at Quill's Hotel on FRIDAY EVENING, Llth March, at 7.30 o’clock, to consider an Address of Welcome to his Excellency Sir A. Gordon. M. STITT, 305 a President.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 288, 9 March 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 288, 9 March 1881

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