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| Public Notices. I LOST f\® Saturday, prob»> ly between Eait \J t-tr c' (by way of Moore fctreet) and hunt Belt, a GHBENBTONE OBO3S. Finder rewarded on bringing same to kJail Offica. TRKSPABSING NOTICE. * LL PBRSONB are horeby warned i\. against hunting hares or otherwise trespassing on tfcottflden from this dato, JAMEB DALY. Aahburton, 11th February, 1889. 2*43 PIANO-TONING. MR W WKBLEY, Piano tuner, from OhriHtohuroh, m now on a visit to ".Bhburton, and will oall upon residents m the (own and district. Tuning and re p iirin<r of Pianos, Organs, Harmoniums e'o,, undertaken. 2 45 In tin matter of ' The Companies Act, 1882," find m the matter of the vo untary winding-up of The Ash burton Woollen Manufacturing Com pany, Limited, NOTTOR is hereby given that tho Creditors of tho above Company are required on or before the 22nd day of Muroh, 1889, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, with the Dames and Addreßß^s <f their solicitors, if any, to Mr John H Twentymak. of Ashburton, the Liquidator of the said Company, and, if no required by nolioo m writing from the f aid Liquidator, ate by thoir solicitors to come m and prove thoir Baid debts or claims At such time and pUo© as shall be specified m suoh notion, or m default them of they will bo excluded from the berefit of any distribution made before euch debts are proved. With rcapeot to Creditors not resident la the Colony, and who are not repre Benled by Attorneys or Agents m the Colony, the time for sendi"g m claims is extended to tho Ist day of July, 1889. Dated at Ashburton this 11th day of February, 1889. UHAS. W. PURNELL, Solioltor to the above-named Liquidator. 2 40 Great Clearing Sale of Groceries, Etc, Eto. Proctor and Co. HAVING Decided on RELINQUISHING BUSINESS, will offer the whole of their Stook of GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, OROOKERYWARE, Ac, Whloh will be Sold Regardleis of Cost. The Slook is all new, all the old stook having been disposed of, so Purohastrs may be sure of getting first-class goods for their money. Large Pnrobasors will be liberally dealt with, and as the Premises are to Let the Publio will see that the Sale Is Genuine. For the convenlenoa of Customer! the premises will be kept open till 8 p.m. from tbe 6th of February until the whole ■took Ib sold. Noti thi Address— PROOTOR AJGTC) CO., Aroide, Asbburton, Come Early and Seoure Bargain!. FOR CASH ONLY. N.B —PREMISES TO LET. Anyone wishing to start In the same line ot business, and wishing to secure the lot can do so by applying In poison or by I otter to 2f20 PROOTOR A 00., Atoado. WILSON'S PORTI.AP CEMENT I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOR ASHBURTON for this very high quality Cement JOHN G. RESTELL. WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT bj^s been tested by Mr Derbridgp, who gives the following report :— Lyttelton, 26th January, 1888; ! I have tested tho sample of Cement delivered to mo on Friday, 18th inst, with tbe following result ; — 1 962 1 940 l-9C6ibs per briquett. This I consider a good tent, but had It been cooler I think the result would have been better^ as the Cement sets too quiqkly m this very hot dry weather. (Rgd) S. DsRBMDqi, Inspector of Works for Harbor Board. Lyttelton. The above giveß an average test of 4161bs per square inoh. Knight, Be van, and Sturgeß test gave an average of 3401bs per square inoh. It will bo seen by the above that the Auckland Cement retains its position as being folly equal If not supßEiuii to the Best Brand of Imported Cement. Money kept m New Zealand, benefiting all. In the large works m ani near Christ* church this Cement is being used, JOHN G.IESTELL, 2|30 AGENT. ASHBUBTQN. Unparalleled CHEAP SALE Off DEAPBBY CLOTHING AND 'BOOTS. ANDREW ORR "TyAVING PURCHASED the Stock or DRAPERY, CLOTHING and BOOTS OF MESSRS J. ORR & 00. AT A LARGE DISCOUNT FROM INVOICE COST, It will be offered to the Pabllo H soon as poialblo at UNHEARD-OF PRICES] ' ANDREW ORR

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2060, 11 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2060, 11 February 1889

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