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Xmas. Xmas. i „ r I ft i „„„ U...V. UWMU-6 XU^V.J:,, l 8 Glvei noiioo to Ihnlr Numerous Ouitomßrs that it is not their intention to give away r ALMANACKS, PICTURES, Or any other nieless Article, bnt It la ' their intention and deßlre to I plnco within the means I of all their celebrated MEN'S AND BOYd* CLOTHING, And they now giro not 100 that they have THIS DAY made Substantial Reductions In all Departments daring the Xmas and New Year Holidays. oo TO the N.Z. CLOTHING FAOTORY For ' Genuine Bargains m Gents' and Boys Olothing, Regatta Shirts, Scarfs, Tleo, Hosiery, Hata, etc. The very latest designs to hand, TAILOBING. Suits to measure, £2 16*. Tromers to measure, 17s 61, from the newest oheoks and stripes. Customers can rely upon a good fit and excellent workmanship In every garment wo undertake. FOSTER COLONIAL INDUSTRY AND BUT FROM THB NEW ZEALAND OLOTHING FAOTORY. W. H. WEBBER, Manager. The Auld Wife BOXIING nigbt DIARY. [~~ j Moon' December 3nn Snn Moon Moon ago a Rises Sots. Ricoß Bet*, noon; «i.m. am. 10 Monday .. 4.15 7.30 11.10 0.20 6 p.m. 11 Tuesday .. 4.18. 7.31 0.21 0.66 7 12 Wednesday.. 4.10 7.32 123 1.21 8 13 Thursday .. 4.16 7.33 2.23 1.46 0 14 Friday.. .. 4.10 7;34 8.22 2.0 10 16 Saturday ... 4.16 7.36 4.22 2.34 11 18 Sunday .. 4.17 7.36 6.21 3.0 19 Moonlight Evenings. The Moon at 8 days old shines till about 8 o'olook. The Moon at 6 days old shines till about , half-past 10 o'clock. 1 The Moon at 8 days old shines till nearly o'clock m the morning. The Moon at 12 dayß old shines from sundown till about 4 m the morning. The Moon at 15 days old is full, and shines all night. The Moon at 18 days old riBOB about 9 p.m. and shineß till morning, The Moon at 21 days old rises about 11 ' a.m. and shineß till morning. The Moon at 24 days old rises about 2 a.m. and shines ill morning ' The Moon at 27 days old rises about 4 a.m. ' end shines till sunrise. TO CORRESPONDENTS J Attention to the following rules will save tho writers of correspondence a good | deal of trouble:— We cannot undertake to return rejeoted communications.- -» Ho notlco-oan-be taken of anonymous communications Whatever Is intended i for loaortion In this jonrnal must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer, not nocoßsarily for publication, bat as a guarantee of good faltb. Letters and other communications Inj tended for Insertion In tho newa oolumn 1 should be addressed to The Editor; i and bll business communications, including advertisements, addressed to Thb Ashburton Publishing 00.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2013, 14 December 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2013, 14 December 1888

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