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New Advertisements. ■\TTTANTED TENDERS—For SINK'S V ING a SHAFT 34ft. Apply at once, S. Bardlet, East street. d 4 BASS SEED STRIPPERS. VT With all the latest improvements, ON SALE by the undersigned. The usual MONTHLY MEETING of the Members of the L.0.L., Star of Ashburton, will be held in the Temperance Hall, on THURSDAY, Dec. 7, 1882. By order of the W.M. Jameson & Roberts. O. L. N o. S. B. NELSON, Secretary.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. Messrs robt. wilkin & ox are instructed by Messrs Wilkin and Carter to sell by Public Auct'on (in conjunction with Messrs Jameson and Roberts) ON FRIDAY NEXT, AT THE TINWALD SALEYARDS, | ABOUT g Q HORSES, Consisting of Draught Mares and Geldings, by the imported horses Meriton, Billy Fairplay, and Dundee Light Harness Horses and Hacks, by Traitor, Dexter, and Liberal. The above are a very superior lot of animals, have been well taken care of, and most of them have been in regular work. Sale will commence at 12 o’clock sharp. ROBT. WILKIN & CO., Christchurch ; JAMESON & ROBERTS, d 4 Ashburton,

SHBURTON WESLEYAN CHURCH. In connection with the above Church, will be Preached on SUNDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 10th, BY. ITIE Rev. J. S. Smalley. On MONDAY, 11th Dec., the Rev. J. S. Smalley will deliver a In the Wesleyan Church, Subject :—“ How we got the Bible ” (Illustrated by Diagrams). Tickets One Shilling each. Proceeds ANNIVERSARY Sermons Lecture in aid of the Trust Funds.

Ashburton cheese*butter FACTORY. The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of SHAREHOLDERS will be held in the Upper Room of the Town Hall, Ashburton, on WEDNESDAY, December 13th, at 3p. m., for the transaction of the following and other business : To.receive Directors’ Report, and also Balance Sheet Election of Nine Directors Appointment of Auditors The following Notices of Motion have been given in accordance with the Articles of Association :—Clause 40. To insert the following words as Clause 40, and to strike out those now therein. “If two or more persons be jointly entitled to a share or shares, the person whose name stands first in the register of shareholders or such person as may be appointed in writing under the firm’s signature as one of the holders of such share or shares, and no other shall be entitled to vote in respect of the same;” That Clause No. 94 in the Articles of Association of the Ashburton Cheese and Butter Factory Company, Limited, be and the same is hereby repealed, and the following substituted therefor ; 94. A notice may be served by the Company upon any shareholder either personally or by leaving the same addressed to him at his registered place of abode, or by sending it throu.h the post in a prepaid letter, and addressed in like manner. A notice served by post shall be deemed to have been served at the time when the letter containing the same would be delivered in the ordinary course of post, and in proving such service it shall b> sufficient to prove that the letter containing the notice was properly addressed and put into the post-office. INCREASE OF CAPiTAL. That the nominal capital of the Ashburton Cheese and Butter Factory Company, Limited, be increased from £5,000 to £15,000 by the creation of 2,000 new j shares of £6 each. That such creation of new shares may be effected by one or more issue or issues of shares as the Directors shall think expedient. That the new shares shall, in the first instance, be offered at par value to the shareholders of the Company at the time of snch issue being made to the extent of the number of shares held by them respectively, and that the remainder of the 2,000 new shares to be created, together with any new shares which existing shareholders may have declined to take up, shall afterwards be offered to the public, but existing shareholders, whether they shall or shall not have availed themselves of the offer here ;n before directed to be made to them, shall be permitted to tender for the same on similar terms to the public. That the Directors may fix a premium upon the new shares offered to the public if they think fit, and generally may regulate the mode and manner in which the said additional capital shall be raised. S. E. POYNTZ, Secretary.

UNSEAL NOTICE. The Friends of Mr James Wallace are respectfully requested to attend the FUNERAL of his late SON, William Henry. The Funeral will leave Chertsey at 11 a.m. TO-MORROW (Tuesday), arriving at the old Ashburton Cemetery at 2 p. m. GEORGE PARKIN, Undertaker.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 809, 4 December 1882

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