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PaMic Notices. BEFORE bpylnt. B <ote »nd Shoes, etc, o*ll »od Inspect rur Vlearlnß prW«. Will be *o you<- advHOtege. — H. 0 Rbosbs. Melfo-d H u*p, WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. "VfOTIOR! Is hereby given that the tN Bridges In the Wekanai Road District era UNSAFE for Traotion Englnei and othnr h»«vy Weights. By order 0. E. FOOKB & SON, Diatxiot burveyor*. January 12th, 1889, 1t73 IN conpequeDoe of the amount of Poaching going on m the Greeks on the liagmhor Kstate, the above reward wilt be paid to anyone giving information that will lead to a conviction. From this date NO ONB will be per* mitted to fish m the Greeks on the Lagmhor Estate. DONALD MoLEAN. Lagmhor, 17th October, 1888. 10*144 JAM PRIMO. Some time lince we published a smal paragraph en the unsatisfactory nature moch of the jam retailed In the oole*y. This reached Messrs Klrkpatrlok and Co., of Kelson and they went to work In a very praotteal fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of the best quality. Tw«/ cases of assorted jams were sent to this office, with a request that we would thoroughly test the ism along with other brands, and give onr opinion. We are happy to state; frankly and folly that wo have b«ep very mnoh aorptlsed, as prior to tow receipt of Messrs Ktrkpatrlck's gift we were unaware that New Zealand oonld boaat of an industry of which It has so muoh reason to be proud. The various aorta of jam were tented by a number cf peraooa, who -oom pared the camples with other brands, sod the general verdict n that not only are fileasrs Kltkpatrlck'a produottons far atid away better than any other New Zealand brurd w« can obtain, bat «ney ate superior to KngHoh jams m being Fr ether. The nearest approach to the excellence of the .Kelson jam was that contained In tins bearing the name of a Taimanlao firm, but even In this comparison 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 oonsumers. AU of the many persons who have tested the samples are loud to their pralw». and «re majt unreservedly congratnlato Meaire Klrkpatrlck and Op. opon tdrping ont a .jennlne fruit j>m fit to grace »he tab'ee and please the p»latea of tha most loxort.now »id f-rldinna. — " Hawke's Bay Herald," .luiy 18tb. Ssnples of Klrkpatdok and Oo's " X brand of jam have been forwarded to us and we are * free to confess that they appear to be In every way excellent and as they become better known In the local market wQI meet with muoh appreciation: from the heads of households. The maker •■sects that none but the purest fruits grown In Nelson are used In bis manufactures, and we are content to accept hat" assurance. Certainly the j*mr . poaaesa a richness and freahneaa of flavor hat bears that assertion ont.~bo •*' Friedlander Bros. f riedlander Bros HAVE FOR SALE^--1 Wood's Twine BEAPEB and BINDER (new this season) IHORNSBY Twine do do (new last season, only cut 200 acres) , £* HOWABD (string) R & H MoCORMTOK (stiiog) B& B *■'"■ H Do (wire) Do Q GRABS STRIPPERS H farm DBAT and FRAME • H WHITEO'IAPEL OART -4 American BXPREBB WAGGON Roctlou 830, Oox Street Section 487, with good 6 roomed House aod ont-honte thereon; good gsrden. Terms liberal* Skin Sales. WE HOLD tOBTNIOHTLY SALES. "'''. ■• ' ' ' ' or SKINS. THROUGHOUT THE SEABON. A PIANOS (by F.fßoeener) new, SALES OF HOBBBS, PIGS, CATTLE, PRODUCE, & FURNITURE OS ' BATCJRDAY& : ;;i STOCK SALES. TUEBDAYSw FRMDLANDER BROS. PXTSK WILLIAMS, Anstlonesr.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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