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Public Notices Williamson and H. Preece, TA.ILORS AND HABIT MAKERS (Late of London and Birmingham.) LIVERY & MILITARY UNIFORMS. LADJES' HABIT 3 AND JACKETS Made In all the Latest Stylet. EAST Next to Courthouse, ASHBU RTON. And at 62 Colombo Street, Ohrlstohuroh. 12 138 ONEY TO LEND, on Freehold Security, m euros to suit borrowers. Apply to Mr O. W. PrjRHBLL, Solicitor, Montgomery's Buildings. 1 16 ALL Orders for removal of night soil and rubbish may be left at the Borough Oounoil Offices. IBAAO HOARB, 1 7 Contractor. TINWALD RACING OLUB. SETTLING at 8 oclook THIS EVENING at go itt's Hotel. S. CLARK, I 34 Secretary. TINWALD PRE3BYTKRIAN OHUROH. A NNIVEBSARY SERVICES on J\ Sabbath, Janusry 13 h. Tea MeetIng on Tuesday, 15-h, at 6 p.m., In the Templar Hall. Pobllo Meeting at 8 Addresses by Ministers. Mnslo by the Choir. Admission— Adults, 2s. 129 "VTOTIOE la heraby g"ven that the ±S Ohrk will be In attendance _at the R,M. Cotjbt Offioe, South Rakala, on MONDAY, 7th Inst, between the honrs of 9 a.m. and 5 pm. By order, J. R OOLYER, ' 1 30 Clerk of Oonrt. THE CANTERBURY TRAMWAY COMPANY (LIMITED! Lines conetrncted to Papanu?, Sumner, B)denham, and Addincton. CAPITAL £60,000 (Subscribed) DIRECTORS : The Hon J. T. Peacock, W. H, Lank, John Stddholme, Robeat Allan, and O. W. Tubnbr (Chairman;. TENDERS are invited by The Canterbury Tramway Company (Limited) for the whole or any portion of £3600 worth of DEBENTURES, being 35 Debentures of £100 each, to mature 7th October, 1891, and bearing interest at 7 per centum per annum, payable half* yearly. These Debentures are being issued to provide for the Eumner Extension, now completed at a oet of about £8000. They form part of 200 Debentures of £100 each, issued by tbe above Company, punuaot to the Articles of Association of the Company, by a resolution of the Directors paesed on the 31st day of August 1886, and are a first charge on the Concessions, Line*, and Plant of the Company, which have been provided at a coat of upwards of £58,500. and are secured to the Bondholders by Deed of Trust, held by George Gould, Esq., and the Hon J. T. Peacock, as Trustees. The Tenderers to state for what number of Bonds they tender and at what rate of premium. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders to be sent m not later than Noon on the 10th instant, addressed to ALFRED EVANS. General Manager, The Canterbury Tramway Company, Ltd. Ohrietchnrch, Jan 3, 1889. 122 Friedlander Bros. JMedlander Bros. HAVE FOR SALE— Section 830, Cox Street Section 487, with good 6-roomed Honie and out-house thereon; good ftardtn. Terms liberal. Skin Salss. Wfl HOLD FOETNIGHTLY SALES. OS SKINS. THROUGHOUT TBS SEASON. Wool. Wool. Wool. Skasok, 1888-89. " . We are prepared to make LIBERAL OABH ADVANCES OK THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL Plaoed m our hands for sale* Our Premises being well lighted afford speolal advantages for displaying WOOL,

No Commission charged on advances, and no Commission oharged for offering WOOL unless a sale is effected. woojTpaoks. lowest current rates, friedlander bros. PETER WILLIAMS, Anotloneer. SALES OF HOBSES, PIGS, CAITLB, PRODUCE, & FURNITURE ON SATURDAYS. STOCK SALES. ON TUESDAYS. RAKAIA MONTHLY SALE— First THURSDAY of the month. FRIEDLANDER BROS., PETER WILLIAMS, Auctioneer.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2029, 5 January 1889

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