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International Exhibition, Christchurch, —Those that wish to be represented. at the International Exhibition to be held in Christchurch in March next, should inform us of their intentions. We have been connected with all the Exhibitions held in the colonies. At the late Adelaide Exhibition we represented sixty exhibitors, for which we received ten special gold medals, forty-nine first and one second award, three of which were Hew Zealand firms (D. Strange and J. T. Martin, Invercargill, and T. Sevan, Wellington). Our plan is to represent the exhibitors, transact their busines, fix theiir exhibits on their space, attend to the judging of exhibits on their space, and anything necessary while the exhibitioij. icmains open; at the close pack andj sand back exhibits or sell them, or : duplicates thereof if required, it is very inconvenient for exhibitors to con e to the Exhibition to fix their exhibits!, which amounts to an expense, be- j side's the loss of time which must neces- j sarily be expended on them. Then, again, the exhibitors have a benefit, they have no trouble of getting space. They let ns know how much is required, and we set it for them, as we have a large amount granted to us. We fix the exhibits on a better space than if they applied themselves. Our terms are moderate. We specially caution the public against giving their exhibits to so-called Exhibition agents, who go the rounds of Exhibitions and run exhibitors into debt and other difficulties. On account of our not being able to give exhibitors the exact am omit of our fee, as it is impossible to do so until we know the size of exhibit, they may rely on it being most reasonable. The exhibits should be addressed “idbert S. Manders and Co., Christchurch Exhibition.” If exhibitors will kirdlj send a note stating how much spice they require, no further trouble will be necessary.— Albert S. Manders and 00., British and Colonial Manufacturers, Agent:. Head office —91 Little Collins street East, Melbourne; and at London — St Paul’s Buildings; Adelaide—67 King William street; Perth, Western Australia; 6 Town Hall A Permanent branch is now established in Hereford street, Christchurch. All letters sent to the ab|>ve firm, Hereford street, will receive prompt attention, and circulars sent on enquiry.— [Advt. ]

Amusements. G E ’ S Exhibition OF NEW ZEALAND FOREST SCENERY, NOW being SHOWN in Tancred street, opposite Lncas’ Boarding-house, next tq Fowler's Buildings. Victoria and New South Wales Exhibition Medals. Admission—ln ; Children, 6d. Airangemen ia Made for Families. Orders taken for Carving. 509 d B A Z A A R! BAZAAR!! Will bo held in the TOW HALL, 20th, 21st, 23rd JANUARY, 1882, In Aid of the CATHOLIC CHURCH BUILDING [ FUND, ASHBURTON. 506 d I R E! TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON. AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. The Complimentary Benefit to Mr C. Bourk, who was recently a severe sufferer ly 6re, having been burnt out of house and home, takes place on FEBRUARY ]at, when will be produced the laughable nieces “DOING MY UNCLE,” and the •‘DEAD SHOT.” Further particulars in future advertisements. o ATEN SHEAF CHAFF. £3 per Ton, AT THE ALBERT STEAM FLOUR MILLS. 590 d KfOTIOB TO SUBSCRIBERS 13, Bobsfflriheroto this Journal are requested (0 iropipqnfaatfr with the Proprietor when ■* * ojr omissions in the Delivery of

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 534, 14 January 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 534, 14 January 1882

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