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ROSPECTUS ASHBURTON CHEESE AND BUTTER FACTORY COMPANY (LIMITED). Capital : £5,000, in 1,000 shares of £5 each, payable as follows :■ —-5s per share on application, 5s on allotment, and the balance in calls of not more than 10s per share at any one time. No call to be made under an interval of three months from the previous one being made. It is not proposed to call up more than £2 per share at present. Provisional Directors —Messrs E. : G. Wright, Hugo Friedlander, John Orr, Matthew Stitt, Andrew Dawson, John Chalmers, Joseph Hunt, J. E. Trevor, D. Oliver, John Carter, J. 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 promoters of this Prospectus, in introducing it to the public, wish to draw attention to the benefit to be derived from the 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 for the manufactured article, at an increased value, would be the result. (2) Farmers, by selling their milk to the Company, will receive payment in cash, and consequently be in a position to purchase their goods at the store on a cash basis, which will not 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 with 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 forma for shares will be issued in a few days. OP THE 958 c S. E. POYNTZ, Interim Secretary.

R A P E R Y AND CLOTHING. Ready Money Richards, Having received 40 CASES of SPLENDID GOODS, will give the inhabitants of Ashburton ANOTHER CHANCE of investing their money on the CHEAPEST GOODS EVER OFFERED. BE IN TIME TO SECURE BARGAINS. W. HAYES, Manager. (Next to Lancaster’s Butchery, East street.) 118 d Business Notices-

£6OO. rp HE WHOLE OF THE Kaiapoi Exhibits As shown at the AGRICULTRAL SHOW Were Purchased by ANDREW ORR, And will be ON SALE AT HIS PREMISES, EAST STREET, THIS AND FOLLOWING DAYS, SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. ANDREW, ORR, Importer, &o. Establishment NOW OPEN, Tancred street. 1000 c

L F 0 R D BREWERY. BREWERS & BOTTLERS, ALFORD FOREST ROAD, ASHBURTON. . Quinton Bros, beg to inform the j public of Ashburton Bistre!, that having completed their New Brewery at the above address, and engaged an experienced Brewer, they are now prepared to supply ALES and PORTER of firstclass quality, brewed from pure Malt and Hops. Having taken First Prizes at the Ashburton Agricultural and Pastoral Shows in 1879 and 1880, they trust this will be a sufficient guarantee of the quality of their Liquors. Family Trade will be specially attended to. QUINTON BROS., ALFORD BREWERY, 78d Donald Williamson general storekeeper, East street, Ashburton, AS always for sale a large and varied stock, which will be sold at lowest paying prices. Groceries, Wines and Spirits, Ironmongery, Ploughshares, and Drapery, including all requisites of the trade. Men’s and Boys’ Clothing in great variety, made up toD. W.’s own order, from Kaiapoi, Mosgiel, and Roslyn Tweeds ; also, Colonial-made Flannels, Serges, and Blankets. . D. W. would call special attention to his TEAS, so long and favorably known, and now reduced to 2s, 2s 6d, and 3s per waited on for orders weekly. Cash purchasers supplied at wholesale prices. . A heavy stock of Boots and Shoes, mQuinton Bros., eluding old celebrated make. 79d

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 493, 16 November 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 493, 16 November 1881

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