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TO CORRESPONDENTS

Attention te the following rulea will save the writers of correspondence a pood deal of trouble : — We osnnot undertake to return rejected communications, No notice cnu be taken of anooymouß communications, Whatever is intended for insertion In this journal njoßt be authenticated by tha ncme and address of the writer, not neceeaatlly for pnblior.tios, but ob * of good faith. Letters &tm other oomnannications intcnisd for iuß»rtton m the nown column sboiald ba addreaaed to Tub Editor. ; and »»)l baeiueaa coijiaaanicatione, inoladina; a;lv3r*.ittomout6, addrossod to THB AsaBUKTON PUBIISHIHG 00.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2197, 12 August 1889

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TO CORRESPONDENTS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2197, 12 August 1889

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