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Business Notices. QHEAP BOOTSI CHEAP BOOTS The undersized begs to draur th’s attention of the Public to bin large stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, which he. - disposing ; of at Christchurchprioes..-, .TRY his own made ^ i ' J AU other lines made equally, cheap. , ( .<v Repairs done cheaper than any other place in the district. Note the Address—0. HAWK IN S, ; Boot Makeb, (Opposite the Post Office, Tinwald--242» William Revell * (Late of Ashburton Forks), JJAS started in Business at as SHOEING and GENERAL All Work done at Reasonable Bates. 85gi Q 0-OPERATIVE BAEERfi TRIANGLE,': -r ASHBURTON. : A. Thiele, Having made arrangements' for the season’s supply of PRESH FLOUR, Is prepared to deliver the. '< ’•- VERY BEST BREAD ',V in any part of the, town and-suburbs-at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Cash customers liberally dealt with^ A fresh supply of BISCUITS'! always on hand. 1 * 5!

Consultations. L. PLE M.l -JSr .Gt NOVELTY CONSULTATION, Nq, 4, OSfc.THaS r . AUSTRALIAN JOOZET, SPRING MEETING; to' be run at E wick, Sydney, in the first week in f - TEMBEB, 1881. -1. - 8,000 SUSCRIBERS AT 10s. About 160 Nominations 'Each ticket has a chance of winning First Hdjim.V. £2Btf Second .do. .... 150 Third d0..:.,.' 100 OtherEtarMif ! J. divided;-/,., 250 Nop Starters : - divided/ r..,, S5Qf Great Metropolitan Stakes. First Horse... £6OO Second do. ... '250 Third dp. ... 160 Other Starters divided ... 360 Non Starters : ’ divided .... 750. , Svninsv .Handicap. . First Horse... £260 J Other Starters Second do, ... 150 f (di; " Third do. ... 100 Non . J divided ... SKI As each race will be drawn separately, every subscriber, will, have/a. chance of winning three prizes for each ticket. The drawing will be held hinder She' Ah of a Committee l of - Subscribers, And stilts advertised in daily papieiih: IS ing subscribers are . requested Vto earlyapplication. slf .cheques/'are [Sep# ' exchange-must be addcd,‘ ahd Btamps enclosed for replyand result 1 Should.alL the shares hot be disposed vof, 'prizes, dhi** tributed pro rata. Ten per ‘cent, deducted from all prizes/'' ’ ; N. B. —As soon f as -the nominations ftat 1 ’ the different events are thade lists' of the same will be published. .v • ;_.j J. L. F. would remind his clients and the public generally that es the Melbourne, and Canterbury -Cups are not ran «ntil November the : above is a very, favorable,, opportunity for investment in the‘ihf&Hbii J J. L. FLEMING, Auctioneer, et& I High, street,' Triangle, Christchurch.' J T HE PUBLIC. TRUST OFFICE, GUARANTEED BY THE STATE/ ►iT;iD

Although tliis office has been in exis. tehee' for a period of more than; wsiKenT* years, it is believed that the ; objeCts-for which it was established arenotsuffifeiehilyi understood* • Itrig forth in i a concise form information respectioti frequentiy^nßff!^4rnestly! / desirot acting for the' benefit of parties intere fail to carry out legally ’the pbjectrforj which they were quently involve themselves and those' ‘whose interests they are striving to j»>: tect in costly and harassing litigation;;; 3. The administration of all estates>of ' which no disposition I has heen ; - will, whenever relatiyesdo not cur the responsibility or cannot from any cause obtain the necessary powers to act. In such cases it iy the duty of the Public all legal debts so far as tlie assets extend*and divide the residue amongst , the of kin. ... f 4. The administration of the estafces ,o£ lunatics, lunatic patients, aedroonvipts* r -< ; 5. The charge of all , lands. lying and unoccupied of which the ’ owpatviynn^. known, or who has been absentifrom the colony for ten years, having left nc known agent. - . • The cost of administering estates is very small Information may tie obtained from, all agents, ’ <«r irnc. .-...u I ■ .• : ‘ 729 a Public' Trustee ' iTHE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN ” PUBLISHED IVEST EVMOKO, IPR IC E oFb PEN N T,' , i a • DVERTISERS are the ASHBURTON Commands the' LARGEST. OIROUXJL- .t TION in the Borough and Suburbs, anfth prices for reasonable. bsmalfife

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 380, 27 June 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 380, 27 June 1881

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