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Pennj postage will, it is said, be established in France before the end of the year. M. Cochery has prepared a Bill, reducing the general stamp from three sous to two, and it is certain to pass. Among the curiosities which will be on exhibition at the convention of firemen to be held in Cincinnati is a hand-worked fire-engine, made in England before the Revolutionary war. It did excellent service for three-fourths of a century in Boston. TOWN EDITION. [lssued at 4.30 p.m.] New Advertisements. WANTED— A SITUATION of trust in an office, or any capacity. References to be seen at the Office of this Paper. n 29 WANTED KNOWN-OTAGO BOOK COCIETY has arrived. New vols. of Boy’s Own and Girl’s Own Annuals, .New prize books and all requisites for Schools at London prices—at Saunders’ Buildings—till sth Dec only. J. R. McDonald, Agent. 29n w A N TED. SHEARERS, to start at once. Apply Dudley and Norxhey, Tinwald or Trevorton. n 29 NOTICE. —In thanking the public of Ashburton and Christchurch for their past favors, I beg to state I have transferred the Christchurch branch of the business to my Son, and trust the public and my friends will, in the future, extend similar patronage to him. SAMUEL HARDLEY, Plumber, East street, 29n Ashburton.

'O HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR, ASHBURTON. Half-Holiday, Ist DECEMBER, 1882. We, the undersigned citizens of Ashburton, request that you will kindly proclaim FRIDAY, the Ist December, 1882, a Half-holiday, in honor of the CRICKET MATCH between the Auckland Eleven and Ashburton Fifteen. Matson, Cox & Co. Chas. Neate Sam. W. Alcorn Orr & Co. Andrew Orr Hallenstein Bros., per W. Sparrow Alex. Craighead John Moison J. Tait Ed. G. A. E. Ingram Alfred Harrison John Meech W. Reddin Thos. Bullock W. F. Allen J. M. Cambridge James Hawkins Sealy Bros. Thos. Taylor Tuple er, Restell & Co. Nelson & Coqtts Robinaqn & To>rnsJiend G. D. Branson C. W. Purnell In compliance with the above requisition, I proclaim FRIDAY, the Ist of December, a HALF-HOLIDAY, from noon. DON ALP WILLIAMSON, Mayor, £JOME ONE! COME ALL!! Baby pinen Under Clothing Dress Materials •CJD g a CO OB fl Domestic Patterns Flannels Stopkings Calico. &c., <fec., &c. : MRS HODGE, t 29n Dressmaker, Tancred street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 805, 29 November 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 805, 29 November 1882

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