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Prospectus. PjR O S P E C j OF THE ASHBURTON CHEESE BUTTER FACTORY T U S AND COMPANY (LIMITED). Capitlx, : £5,000, in 1,000 shares of £5 each, payable as follows:—ss per share on application, 5s on allotment, aiid the balance in calls of not more than 10s per share at any one time. N,o call to be made under an interval of three months from- the previous one being made. It is not proposed tol call up more than £2 per share at present. Pf ovisional Directors —Messrs E. G. Wright, , Hugo Friedlander, John ' Orr, Matthew Stitt, Andrew Dawson, John Chalmers, Joseph Hunt, J. E. Trevor, D. Oliver, John Carter, jJ W. Silcock, Thomas Bullock, C. P. Cox, Joseph Clark, George Jameson, Frederick Pavitt, Andrew Leatham, David Wilson, Francis T. Mayo, T. R. Hodder Isaac Sargeant, E. Corbett. Bankers—Bank of New Zealand. Solicitors—Branson, and Purnell. Interim Treasurer—John Orr. Interim Secretary—Stephen E. Poyntz, The j promoters of this Prospectus, in introducing it to the public, wish to draw attention to the benefit to be derived from tjhe establishment in the County of Ashburton of Cheese and Butter Factories. (1) By the factory system the cost of manufacturing would be considerably lessened,. and the consequent profit arising therefrom give a greater return to all interested, and by reason of the uniformity 'obtainable, a greater demand also fir the manufactured article, at an increased, value, would be the result. (2) Farmers,' by selling their milk to the Cbmpany, will receive payment in cash, qnd consequently be in a position to purchase their goods at the store on a cash''basis, 'which will' hot only be advantageous to themselves, but will also materially assist to place trade generally throughout the County on a sounder footing, and will likewise find an outlet for the butter and cheese made, which at present farmers and storekeepers have a great difficulty in doing. (3) It would be the means of opening up a steady paying market for the produce 'which at present—during some portion of the year—will barely meet working expenses, and ships now being fitted with refrigerating apparatus, combined iwith the prospect of direct steam communication at an early date with the Old Country, warrants'the promoters in anticipating and offering such an outlet. All further information desired can be obtained from the Secretary or any of the Directors. Application forms for shares will be issued in a few days. S. E. POYNTZ, 95f$c Interim Secretary.

Consultations. J HERMAN’S NO. 3 CONSULTATION ON THE CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB ! HANDICAP, To be run AT CHRISTCHURCH, NOV. 8, 1881. 65 Nominations and 10 Stars. Total number of Prizes, 75. 2000 Members, at 10s each. The Ten Stars at £25 each are extra Prizes, and will be paid immediately after the drawing. Two stamps necessary for reply and result. Cheques must be with Is exchange added. To close the end of September. Address— J. HERMAN, Tobacconist, 244 c Main South Road, Timaru. MR. J. W. JAGO. Sons of Temperance WANTED THE GUARDIAN tells your Wants for Is. - cash.

Y. R (JIHE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE. GUARANTEED BY THE STATE. Although this office has been in exis tence lor a period of more than seven years, it is believed that the objects for whichit was established are not sufficiently understood. It is desired to set forth in a concise form information respecting the business which this office undertakes : 1. The charge of all kinds of money trusts, such as Marriage Settlements, moneys to be invested for the benefit of Minors, moneys bequeathed for charitable moneys the title to which is in dispute, or whose legal owner is unknown or cannot be found, &c., &c. 2. The administration of the wills o persons who by appointing the Public Trustee as their executor secure the guarantee of the State for the due fulfilment of their wishes, and to avoid the risk consequent on the appointment f ■private persons as executors, who not unfrequontly, though earnestly desirous of acting for the benefit of parties interested, fail to carry out legally the objects for which they were appointed, and consequently involve themselves and those whose interests they are striving to protect in costly and harassing litigation. 3. The administration of all estates of which no disposition has been made by will, whenever relatives do not wish to incur the responsibility of administration, or cannot from any cause obtain the necessary powers to act. In such cases it is the duty of the Public Trustee to discharge all legal debts so far as the assets extend, and divide the residue amongst the next of kin. 4. The administration of the estates of lunatics, lunatic patients, and convicts. 6. The charge of all lands lying waste and unoccupied of which the owner is unknown, or who has been absent from the colony for ten years, having left nc known agent; The dost of adminiatering estates is very small. Information may be obtained from all agents. R. 0. HAMERTON, Public Trustee 29a

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 493, 4 November 1881

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