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Piiblic Notice* Vtt7 aIvTEI) Known —Great B^rjiain* YY m Ladles' and Children's Hose and Grieves Samples at S. W. Aloobn asd Cos. ; ___^ WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. ■VrOTIOB is hereby given that the iN Bridgna m the Wakanui Road Dutrlot ere UNSAFE for Tt action En-, gines and other heavy Weights. By order O. B. FOOKS & SON, DißtKot Surveyors. January 12th v 1889. 1+73 £&0 RBWARD. IN conßequenoe of the amount of Poaching going on m the Creeks on the Lagmhor Betate, the above reward will be paid . to anyone giving information that will lead to a oonvjetion. From this date NO ONE will be permitted to fish m the Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate. DONALD MoLEAN. Lagmhor, 17th October, 1888. 10*144 JAM PRIMP. Some time sinoe we published a smal paragraph en the unsatisfactory nature much of the jam retailed m the colony. This reached Messrs Kirkpatrlok ai»d Co., ' of Nelson and they went to work In • very practical fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of the beat quality. Tw- cases of assorted jams were sent to this offioe, with a request that we would thoroughly test tbe jam along with other brands, and give our opinion, tffe are happy to state, frankly and fully, tnat. we h»ve bean v^ry much surprised, as prior to the receipt of ff essrs Kirkpatrlck's gift we were nnaware that New Zealand could boast of an industry of which it has bo much reaion to be proud The various sorts of jam were teated by » nnmber of persons, who compared the samples with other brands, and the gwner*! verdict ts >h»t not only are Ale«ar> Kirkpatrlck's productions far aod away better, than any other ffew* Zealand "bramTwe can ; obtain, but tbeg . aw sopertor to .English jams In being fresher. The nearest approach to tbe excellence of the .Kelson jam was that contained m tins bearing the name of a ' Tasmanlan firm, but even m this oomparlson the Nelson article oame out a long way best. We are pleased to be able to give unstinted praise to a genuine local industry, the product of which we can unreservedly recommend to consumers. AH of the many persons who have tested the samples are loud In their praise, and we most unreservedly congratulate Mewrs j- Kirkpatrlck and Oo.^upon turning out a genuine fruit j-un fit to grace ihe tables and ple*ie tbe p»l»te» of the most Inxoruion »»'d f»i'idionß.-— " Hawke's Bay Herald," July 18th. ganslsi of Kirkpatrlok and Oo's " X bratid of jam have been forwarded to oi a- and we are ; free to confess tbat they I appear to be m every way excellent and r as they become better known m the local Market will meet with muoh appreoiatioa from the heads of households. The makei asserts that none but the pureit frulti frown In Nelson are used m bis manufactures, and we are content to aooept bat awuraaee. Certainly thw J«m> poasess a riohness and f resbuesa of flavoi hat bears tbat asaertlon ont.— Do A " ■■■& Friodlacder Bros. i . — friedlander Bro S HAVE FOR SALE— IWood'# Twine RE APE 3 and BINDER (new this season) IHORNBBY Twine do do (new last season, only out 200 acres) pr HOWARD (string) R * H MoCORMfCK (string) B& B -J Do (wire) Do Q GRASS STRIPPERS -f Form DRAY and FRAME H WHrTEOIAPEL CART -1 American EXPRESS WAGGON . Section 830, Cox Street ■ Seotion 487, with «ood 6 roomed House and out-house thereon; good garden. Tern* liberal. Skin Sales. W£ HOLD *OBTNIGHTLY SALES. SKINS. THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. 4. PIANOS (by F^Eotener) new; V \ SALES OF . HQBSES, PIGS, CATTLE, PRODUCE, A FURNITURE OK SATaBDAIS. STOCK SALES. e» TUESDAYS. ■, ■ i FRIBDLANDER BRO3. PETH.K. WILLIAMS, ; Auctioneer.. j

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2062, 13 February 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2062, 13 February 1889

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