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p OF Til ASIIBURTO N Woollen COMPANY, LIMITED. Capital : £35,000, in ",030 Ten Shilling* on avp’D.d’.on, Ton ' killings on a’tlntni; sir, on 1 tho Nd ome ;>■ intervals of not lea a than three in mth;;. Provision* at. Dr up. .Mr E. G. Wright |MrB. 8 yy J. Wi!kin, Oilristchurch „ H. (iram,'ChrLslchurch ~ D. Thomas, Christchurch ~ J. Garter „ Thomas Bullock ~ Joseph Clark „ M. Stitt ~ C. E. Fooka F. Mayo n oo J, Ward J 1 1 rr A. Vv. R—.-.va R. Fried Under D. KlM,can I). Oliver J. IVO =3 1). Cameron 1). Williamson A. Dawson S, Saunders W. Homo Bankers; Union Bank of Austr.ili burton. Solicitor ; Mr. E. G, Crisp. Secretary {pro ton ); Mi' !3. E, IK a .. u’oynlz. fur the a suit.o hank tlnvoThe Company is proposed to he forntod for the establishment of a w o-dlon Factory, for the purposes of nrovi nog a local market for wool grown in the dad run.; or converting the wool into manurac! ured ■ goods, and of selling such goo;!;: wiiolcc.dc or otherwise. The promoter;: have arranged purchase, at a reasonable price, of able site with water power, on i of the Ashhurlon river, about quarters of a mile from tiio township, and arrangements have been nudo for the c instruction of a water-race through tao 'land for tho purpose of working the machinery. Efficient machinery, to the value or £ 1,503, lias already been secured, which is capable of being worked by either steam or water power. Taking into consideration tho following facl3;—l. That woollen good a are imuortc 1 into tho colony to a very 1 ergo oatent, on which freight and an import duly or lOh .percent, have t> ho pawl ; 3 Teat the same quality and description of good: can be manufactured here at less cost l>y using the locally-produced wo d ; 3. Thai; ' the present New Zealand factories haw met with great succa.s? time are qu‘r.e intidcq; Supplying tho incroism ' That the prop so 1 f.-n great advanta ;c in he centre o[ a 1 —tlu may - tho ’ ■ Objc.'i ■ ; rness of the :■ for : ’ scale, full - they ' dep •- that arte and an quire 1 could be readino; ..... As tm. anw.mf, n. as capit-iUs ■ the u'.i 1 time, i i rest on inv time establish a po: m colony. As a largo numl already been applied is necessary. but at tho same to to the task of demand; and, 1. ivv would hive a '> situalcJ in the O. wool il Dire s' .Ivmi lit. it tn ctu . r cite her or established hr a mo," obtained w in wor:-;: any cr si and shavc.i Ilia cd : th . rmdyop; havo Hal lon '• ' ‘Prospectus and forms of appl may be obtained from tho Secretary burton. A tl : The Share List will dose on May 18th. Hotels s OUTH RAKAIA HOTEL. The Undersigned (late of tho Hurunui Hotel) having taken the above Hotel, begs t& inform his friends and tho travelling ..public- generally that they will always find there every comfort, combined- with civility and economy. Wines, Beer, and Spirits of tho choicest brands, etc. Good stabling. Saddle Horses and Buggies for hire. 0e . .A. J! HOWELL, Proprietor. RHE IPS COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CATHEDRAL SQUARE, CHRISTCHURCH. W. E. Warner Begs to announce to his inxny friends in Christchurch and the adjoining L’rovincos . that having ' RE-ENTERED INTO POSSESSION Of tho above Hotel, which has been entirely renovated, *re-decovate.l, and refurnished in the latent style, h furnished in the latent style, ho is m prepared to welcome his old friends and custom.. Ah iqh-pressuru wa*or sujv'ly Irui 1:co‘ rartmid \<-.v -m * m*. prc.n'.A.uv; • \\\ »th 'Romos arc Ikted with m.-my m r-hot, coM. shower b.i-ln a me i ly time. Comment on tb. pplied al the Co the e ; 11 '• • .f tin npii'-.-ThO Hotel I’emgm jacent to the Cat art distance of tin I, Other public buildings, and with, a n" Bevvies to nil i:vno? the (suburbs sing it at s'i- n in', reals, renders it .quailed as a place of residence for lilies or commercial gentlemen A'isiting •istchurch. or the convenience of commercial rollers sample rooms avill be available, ,n excellent chef do cniaim. has been aged, and evnerany no i inns will be rUI-to mrdreU.be Commercial tho leadhotel in Christchurch. »rompt aitentn n will be given to igrama or ictteia applying for apartW. P. WARNER, Proprietor,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 624, 1 May 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 624, 1 May 1882

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