Public Notices. SPRING' FASH lON 87New Millinery. WE hare now opened the latent novelties for the season m Ladies' Hats and Btnnets, m the most Fashionable shapes and Superior Quality, together with the choicest Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers. &c, procurable. • New Jackets, New Mantles, New Dusk ■ loaks, New Bordered Costumes, New Checked Dress Goods, New Plain Dress Goods, New Ginghams and Zephyrs, New Prints and Sateens, New Flannelettes and NEW GOODS m Every DEPARTMENT CALL EARLY. AND INSPECT THEM AT S. I. ALCORH & Co., EAST STREET t 10. FIRST DISPLAY OF Spring Goods. ANDREW ARR NDREW Urr | S now showing a Beautiful Selection of MILLINERY, MANTLES, PRINTS, GINGHAMS, NEW DRESS GOODS BEIGE'S FRENCH CHECKS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, ETC. C) CASES of Ladies French BOOTS Ci and SHOES Direct orn France. ANDREW ORR. "\ /T~EN m charge of Threshing Machines JjuL experience great difficulty m dressing clean without a considerable portion of the grain being blown away with the chaff. This difficulty can be effectually overcome by using FLAVALL'S PATENT DRESSING BOARD. —ALSO— TFE 12ft SPRING SHAKERS, AND NEW BOTTOM DRESSING APPARATUS, AND New top or SECOND DRESSER with 3ft riddles. These make the old Threshing Machines do the threshing and dressing ' equal to new machines. 1 l Ashburton, 30th Sept, 1890. MR F. FLAVALL, Dear Sir, —I am quite pleased with I the Alterations and Improvements you made to my Threshing Machine last year, and with your Patent Dressing Board I can get through more work and dress i clean without blowing the ?rain or grass seeds into|the chaff. Yours truly, John Henderson, Ashburton. F. FL4VALL, Pktbk Street, ASHBURTON mHE FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE X FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY, LIMITED. I (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 j share at intervals of not less than, three months. Provisional Directors. Messrs S. Bailey*, W. Boag*, F. H. Britten*, M. S. Campbell*, J. Campbellt, C. Ensor*, J. Gammack*, J. Grigg, J. Gough*, J. Haydon*, J. Hardiet, R. L Higgins*, W. Henderson*, R. B. Holda worth*, J. J. Herrick*, W. B. Howellt, A. B. Inwood* J Kellandt, D. i M'Millan*, F, D. S. Neave*, A. Par sons*, J. Paget, H. W. Peryman*, J. Bennie* R. H. Rhodest, B. P. Scaly*, J. Talbott, J. Wikont. * 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 Asssociation 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 allo. ad 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 of the Association at Christchurch. , Applications for shares will be received o and including Wednesday, the 30th of September ney' ***W
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2552, 24 October 1890
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