1 Millers, &c. SAUNDERS BROS., MILLERS, Grain Merchants, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. Offices— EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. Mills— GREAT SOUTH ROAD. 72 H iy/fOFFAT begs to inform the , . IVi inhabitants of Ashburton and surrounding districts that his NEW FLOUR MILL :!Zl :_at:.wakanui HAS COMMENCED WORK, And hopes, by strict attention to business, and turning out a First-class article, to merit a share of public support. _ Special attention paid to Gristing, and Farmers from a distance can have their Grist ground by return. 31 Insurance. ' THE LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital—Fully Subscribed, £1,500,000. jpiRE INSURANCES of all kinds taken at lowest rates, special attention being given to Stack, Farm, Building, and other Agricultural Risks. Applications by letter for insurance will be promptly attended to. The London and Lancashire - eing purely a Fire Company, the whole of its resources are available to meet Fire claims and this feature will at once commend itself to the public, for the resources of the Company can never be applied to the settlement of Life Claims or Marine Losses, but every penny of its Capital (the whole of which could he called up at any time), together with its reserves, are available for Losses by Fire, and offer a complete guarantee that all engagements will be,fully carried out. Claims are met with promptitude and liberality. Agents for Ashburton — SAUNDERS BROS. 6 THE ASHBURTON HERALD. AND Borough and County Advertiser. I\HE following are AGENTS for the Sale of the “Ashburton Herald” in Town : H. Mi Jones. Stationer, East Street, next Friedlander Bros. E. A. Garnett, Perfumer, Hairdresser, Etc., Montgomery’s Buildings. K. Sando, Under the Verandah, East Street. I i WANTED KNOWN, that Envelopes and Notepaper can be obtained, wholesale or retail, at unusually low rates at the “Herald” Office, East-street North.
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