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News in Brief

The Hampstead Town Board invites tenders for delivering shingle. Mr D.lO. Sewell, junr, has been appointed keeper of the Mayfield Found. Messrs Friedlander Bros, Ltd., have on sale a number of traction plants. The Chriatohurch Steam Laundry Company want a man to work a branch agency ia Ashburton. Messrs John Orr and Co. have reduced the price of their flour. The total takings at the Dunedin Winter Show for the four days were J&841, as against £743 for the four days last year. This is a record. The N. Z. Association football team now visiting Australia were defeated by a Sydney team on Saturday by 3 goals to 2. The N.Z. Farmers' Co-op. Association drapery department invite inspection of their Winter jackets, furs, underclothing etc, The grocery department has a new price list of flour etc, in this issue. Mr T. E. Taylor, M.H.R., arrived at Hokitika on Saturday, and in the evening addressed a large audience on the No-Hcense question. The Wesfcport coal output last week was 9034 tons 15 cwt. of which 7927 tons 4 cwt came from the Wesfcport Coal Company's mines, and 1107 tons 11 cwt from the Seddonville State mine. Messrs Strange Snd Co. are holding: a clearing sale of the drapery stocks of Messrs H. Wilson and Co., particulars of which will be found in a circular distributed with this issue. Official entry forms for the Danlop Tyre Company's Road Race, Timarn-Christ-church, which takes place on September 2nd, are now obtainable from Messrs Oates, Lowry and Co., Burnett Street, who will I also supply any information in regard to the race,

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News in Brief, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6599, 19 June 1905

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News in Brief Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6599, 19 June 1905

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