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[-For continuation of reading mailer see first page,] Late AdvertisementsHANK a. Mr Cookson desires to mention the fact that he is extremely thankful for the valuable services rendered by the Fire Brigade, and the public generally, at last night’s fire, by whose eftorts some considerable. amount of property belonging tp him was saved. To Mrs Ryan and Mrs Truckle and others for taking the members of his household at the time of the calamity—he is deeply grateful for the H A N. .K S . I beg most respectfully to return my sincere thanks to the many Friends who assisted me in removing my instruments and other valuables from the scene of the fire this morning. 2494 *o* GEO. F. HENRY, Photographer.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 508, 3 December 1881

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