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Ik Luck’s Way.—Mr P. Coira, a Temuka publican, drew Grip in Fleming and Stapleton’s consultation. The value is L 225. A Specimen op Caliqraphy.—We are indebted to the courtesy of a local tradesman for the following original letter received from a client of his by post this morning. We hear that the Post Office officials were somewhat embarrassed as to the address on the envelope, and were for some considerable time hunting up the latest authorities on caligraphy, but what must the unfortunate holder of the letter have thought of the order—if it is one—had he not been fully acquainted with the I circumstances of the writer, and his meaning ? Winester Pas Eot Sand. W P ’ s FotogerF. Pas Eto Sand t H Emto tomoro Hamgoin gait ad from timarU i H-oP yoU WHill PasEto-Sand tHEm tay Sday n 1881 noum Per monday 14 pa S E to-Sand t H E m U P By t H EExPr E S don Eget Ti—marU Po Sto FES The following is the address on the envelope:— Fort H Eling E St Ta K Er SandorS Billings aSHBton

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 493, 16 November 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 493, 16 November 1881

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