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Public Notices. UPPER ABHBURTON X JAD BOABD. . NOTTOB is hereby given that the Bridges m the Uppnr Ashburton ~ BoadDistiict are UNSAFE for IVction Fnglnes and other heavy weights, By order Olork J.Dn.ryiiß.h, 1889, I*l6l mew nUM n> jubilee TrvnrRTTiHM _ *' CANTERBURY BRANOB. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Borough Oouuoil Chambers on MONDAY next the 11th inst *t 7 i o'olS pi foMhe purpoße means to eeotira n nroner renreaentntlnn a# ihl inSn.*?.. Jn2 P ™ ™ . ?♦£ !?S!f^h^S^^lH«n i! UUtrlot at the fortboomiug Exhibition at uunedln. m _ m TWnMAR IM.YIU JtlUittAS, Mayor. A.hbnrt.-, Febf.,, til., 1889. tf3t THE ABHBURTON WOOLLBN MANCFAOTUBIKGOOMPAKT, H a . W^^sX£TuSS t 's the above OompaDy will be held at the Aroade Chambers, Bnrnett Street, Ashburton, on FRIDAY, the eighth day of SSn^nr£?S!' w*lSirof2Sdsi? B •n?5^ n c^t l fl^ffig O tCtoitoiilig Extraordinary Resolution :- "That it ba? been proved to the . satisfaction of this meeting that the Company oannpt. by reason of its liabilities, continue Its buslnees. and that it is advisable to wlmlu,; the sime, and it Is accordingly hereby resolved that the Company be woand np voluntarily.' The above resolution Is Intended to take effect under Section 189 of " The Ownpanles Aot, 1882/' Subseotlon 3, and consequently will not require confirmation at a eeoond meeting. Should the above resolution be paused istjaxa i»=s s a Liquidator or Liquidators, for the purnose of such winding up, and (If thought "Cr^J&SaaS-jSSS"--1««Q 7l WB9> By order of the Board, J. H. TWENTY MAN, >«?? B °"'^- WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT „ . I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOR ASHBORTON for this very high quality cement g JOHN G. &ESTELL. - WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT has tiSSSZS??"" who gir " Lyttelton, 26th January, 1888. I have tested the sample of Cement . delivered to me on Friday, 18th inst., with the following result ; — SR^iLiisarjsrfflttii *nSr jta '* > sITSS™^ InßpeotirofWork.Vor^borßo.rd, — — The above gives an average test of 4161bs per square inch. Knight, Bevan, and Eturgesteßtgave an average of 340)ba per square inch. It will be ieeu by the aboye that the Auckland Cement retains its posWou an being fully xqual it not bupebior to the Best Brand of Imported j_ Cement. **" Money kept m New Zealand, benefit* ub all. • In the large worka m an 1 near Christ* ohutoh this Cement is being used, • JOHN G.~RESTELL, 2f30 AGENT, A3HBUBTON. Great Clearing Sale of Croceries, Etc., Eto. Proctor" and Co, HAYING Decided on RELINQUISHING BUSINESS, will offer the whole of their Stook of tinware, crockeryware/ &0., Which will be Sold Regardless of Cost; — The Stook is all new, all the old stook having been disposed of, so Purchasers may be sure of getting first-class goods for their money. Large Purchasers will be liberally dealt with, and as the Premises are tg L.et; the Pabllp will see (hat t^p Sale )s Genuine. Wot the convenlenpe of Customers the premises will be kept open till 8 p.m. from the 6th of February until the whole Now ni Address - PROCTOR AND 00 Arcade, Aih bur ton. Come Early and~Secure Bargains. FOR CASH ONLY. KB-PRBMISbTtO LET. An,oan do so by applying In person or by 2+25* tO PROOTOR A CO., Arcade. J . _^_ Unparalleled CHEAP SALE DEAPEEY CLOTHING AND BOOTS. ~ ANDREW ORR HAVING PURCHASED the Stook 0T DRAPERY, CLOTHING am> BOOTS J or 1 I MESSRS J. ORR & 00. at A L. ARGE PISOOTJNT FKOM invoice, cost, It will be offered to the Pobllo at toon -«*-»* PNHEARP-OP PBJOESJ . ' ~" : ANDREW ORR

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2057, 7 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2057, 7 February 1889

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