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Public Notices. PAINT m the —WORLDAny shade from Pnre White to Jet Black. A COMBINATION of the purest JLJL paint with India Rubber, forming a smooth, glossy, firnij durable, elastic and beautiful Paint, unaffected by change of temperature, is perfectly waterproof, and adapted to all classes of work, and is m every way a better paint for either inside or outside painting than any other paint m the world. Being from oiie-third to one-four+h cheaper and lasting at least three time as long as the best lead and oil paints. Be sure that our trade mark on every package. Prepared and ready for use and sold by the hallon orly. There has never been a paint offered the public that has become so popular (in.the same time) and given as perfect satisfaction as the Rubber Paint. ' ; dogs. Ill" ANY years since we had the pleasure IYI to introduce to the public the BUFPALO MEAT DOGS BISCUITS, now bo extensively used m the principal kcnnela of the world. Sinoe that time we have made many importance improvements m their manufacture —improvements not of the nature of vegetable compounds which may be added to any food of a trifling cost, but of the nature to produce good hard flesh and muscle, ingredients which no Other Biscuit or Dog Food possesses, and fer which we have received numerous medals and high recommendations, amongst which we may mention that of Professor Dj Zurn, who after many careful analysis and experiments pronounced these biscuits to be of the greatest excellence, and to contain double the quantity of nourishment that is to be found m the flesh, thus farming the best and most successful food for dogs that is possible to produce. It is important to notice that every biscuit is stamped—"Buffalo Meat, Trade Mark," the quality of which we guarantee. Twenty shiilings per cwt, carriage paid] SOLE MANUFACTURERS, W. G. CLARK & SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISCUIT WORKS, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON, E.C. Established 1851. BRANCH OFFICE & FACTORY. 754 Washington Street, Nkw York. ~~ ABSOLUTE PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE. Manufacturers of ULCAN PAINT AND SOTERIA. Absolute protection against extens.on of fire. Color cards and test shingles with instructions and proofs of on materials , furnished 1 THE WALKER CORK EXTRA.CTOK. Pronounced the best Mechanical Cork Extractor m the Market, as it pulls the Cork the easiest, and removes it quickest from the Screw. Its ure prevents the agitition of carbonated or other beverages, and allows the sediment to remain undisturbed m the bottle. Designed tor the use of hotels, restaurants, saloons, clubs and families. Ornamental m appearanae and full nickel plated. Special terms to jobbers. Manufactured by the E. WALKER TOOL COMPANY

PTIHE FARMERS] CO-OPERATIVE 1 FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY, LIMITED. (To be registered under " The Companies Act, 1882.") —ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS — CAPITAL. £ICO,OOO, Divided into 20,000 Shares at £5 each, Payable as follows :— Ten Shillings per share on application, Twenty Shillings per share on allotment, Twenty Shillings per share m one month, if required. Balance, if required, by calls of Five Shillings per share at intervals of not less than three months. Provisional Directors. Messrs S. Bailey* W. Boag*, F. H. Brittan*, M. S. Campbell*, J. Campbellt, C. Ensor*, J. Gammack*, J. Grigg, J. Gough*, J. Haydon*, J. Hardiet, R. L Higgins*, W. Henderson*, R. B. Holds worth*, J. J. Herrick*, W. B. Howellf, A. B. Inwood* J Kellandt, D. M'Millan*, F. D. S. Neave*, A. Par sons*, J. Paget, H. W. Peryman*, J. Bennie*, R. H. Rhodest, E. P. Scaly*, J. Talbott, J. Wilsent. * Directors of the N.Z. Farmers Co operative Association of Canterbury, Limited, Christchurch. t Directors of the Canterbury Farmers' Co-operative Association, Timaru. Bankers : Bank of New Zealand, Christchurch ; National Bank, Timaru. Solicitors : Harper and Co., Christchurch Secretary, pro tern : A. H. Turnbull. Applications for share must be made upon a form to be obtained from the Secretary pro tern., at the offices of the New Zealand Farmers' Co-operative Association at Christchurch, or from the Canterbury Farmers' Co-operative Association at Timaru, and must be for- '< warded to eit of the above addresses,' together with the amount payable on application. Where the number of shares allotted is less than the number applied for the surplus money forwarded will be credited m reduction of the amount payable on allotment Copies of the proposed Memorandum and Articles of Association may be inspected at either of the above-mentioned offices or at the offices of the Solicitors o th c Association at Christchurch. Applications for shares will be received * Jto and including Wednesday, the 30th > of September neT B*l4 ,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890

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