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Rahway Paris. Railway Department is about to introduce 'an important change in the passenger ticket system. The alteration will consist in the total abolition of the return ticket, single tickets instead being issued for each journey. Upon the first introduction of the plan the cost of the double journey will remain unaltered, the single fares being proportionately lower, and the present Saturday return fares will remain in force, but, after a few months, when the effects of the alteration can be better calculated, the question of revising the regular rates of charge will be further considered. It is expected that the new system will be put into operation in a few weeks.

TOWN EDITION. Utsued at 6.10 p.m. ■ New Advertisements. TT7ANTED Vf situation, to CALL at Office of this Paper. WANTED— A MAN who has no objection to a little work, to make himself useful. Quill’s Hotel. nlO TO Tenderers.—The Tender of Mr Isaac Scott iss Accepted for building House at Cracroft. — R. Bird. Ashburton woollen FACTORY. MR JOSEPH LEGGETT has been appointed CLERK OF WORKS vice Mr R. Bird resigned, through press of business. S. E. POYNTZ, Secretary. AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. ENTRIES for the SHOW must be made with the Secretary on or beforre THURSDAY, 16th November. GEORGE JAMESON, n 4 Secretary. SHBURTON AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. The following Additional PRIVATE PHIZES have been offered : C. G. Hawdov, £3 3s, for the best five Merino Rams under 18 months old that have never been housed, clothed, or hand fed. D. Oliver, £2 2s, for the best five Merino Ewes under 18 months old, that have never been housed, clothed, or hand fed. T. Quill, £1 Is, for the best round of Corned Beef. Henderson and Moßbath, £2 2s for the best five Long-wool Wethers above 18 months old and not exceeding 30 months. GEORGE JAMESON, nlO Secretary. 'JjJ'EW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) OAMARU RACES AND AGRICUL- . TURAL SHOW. NOVEMBER 14, 15, 16, AND 17, 1882. Ordinary single fare tickets to Oamaru issued from 13th to 17ch November, inclusive, at Christchurch, Dunedin, or any intermediate station, will be available for return up to and including 20th November. FREDK. BACK, Traffic Manager. District Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, Noverab r 7th, 1882. nlO OTI C E . Persons are hereby CAUTIONED not to SHEAR any of the Lagmhor Sheep that may have strayed from the station. Perseus doing so will be prosecuted. DONALD McLEAN, Lagmhor. Nov. 10th, 1882. nlO MRS WHITE purposes giving lessons in DRAWING and Watercolor PAINTING. Full certificate from Science and Art Schools, South Kensington. For terms and further particulars, apply at her residence, East Belt, Ashburton. nlO TVTEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY (LIMITED). Capital, £3,000,000. Reserve, £200,000. Makes LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES on Freeholds, on Stations and Stock, and on growing clips of Wool. RECEIVES CONSIGNMENTS of Wool, Grain, Tallow, Leather, Hides, Skins, etc., for sale in New Zealand, Australian, and London Markets. UNDERTAKES INDENTS of British, Continental, East Indian, and American goods, and Commissions in all branches of Mercantile Business. Supplies WOOL PACKS and CORN SACKS, at Lowest Current Rates. AGENTS IN CANTERBURY FOR— Ruston Proctor and Co. ’s celebrated Combined Threshing Machines and Engines, acknowledged to be the Best Machines imported into New Zealand. • Felton and Guilleaupie’s Patent Galvanised Steel-barb Fencing Wire. Candy’s Patent Cotton Belting. Maldon Island Guano, Further particulars on application at the Company’s Offices, Christchurch or Ashburton. JOHN COOKE, Manager, Christchurch. nlO GEO. WILKIN, Agent, Ashburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 789, 10 November 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 789, 10 November 1882

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