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Business Notices. QHEAP BOOTS I CHEAP BOOTS * The undersigned, begs to draw the attention of the Public tohis large stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, which; he disposing of at Christchurch prices. TRY his own made Watertights, 20s. All othqr lines made equally cheap. Repairs done cheaper than any other place in the district. Note the Address— O. HAWK IN S, Boor Makes, (Opposite the Post Office, Tinwald. 242 a William Eevell (Late of Ashburton Forks), AS started in Business at Winslow asSHOEING and GENERAL SMITH. All Work done at Reasonable Rates. 380 a c 0-0 PE RATI YE BAKERY TRIANGLE, ASHBURTON. A. Thiele, Having made arrangements for the season’s supply of FRESH FLOUR, is prepared to deliver the VERY BEST BREAD in any part of the town and suburbs at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PHICES. Cash customers liberally dealt with. A fresh supply of BISCUITS always on hand. 206 a Consultations. JL. PLEMI NG ’ S , NOVELTY CONSULTATION, No. 4, - OK 'l' M K n AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB SPRING MEETING, to be run at Bandwick, Sydney, in the first week in SEPTEMBER, 1881. 8,000 SUSORIBERS AT 10a About 150 Nomination a Each, ticket has a chance of winning Three Prizes. Great Metbopolitan Stakes. First Horse... £SOO Second do. ... 250 Third do. ... 150 Other Starters divided ... 350 Non Starters divided ... 750 Sydney I First Horse... £260 Second do. ... 160. Third do. ... 100 Epsom Stakes. First Horse... £260 Second do. ... 160 Third do. ... - 100 Other Starters divided ... 250 Non Starters divided ... 250 Handicap. ■ Other Starters (divided) ... £260 Non Starters divided ... 250 '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 under the supervision of a Committee of Subscribers, androsnlts advertised in daily papers. Intending subscribers are requested to make early application. IL. cheques are' sent exchange must be added, and stamps enclosed for reply and result. Should all the shares not be disposed, of, prizes distributed pro rata. Ten per cent.' deducted from all prizes. N.B. —As soon as the nominations for the different events are made lists of-the same will be published. J. L. F. would remind his clients and the public generally that as the Melbourne and Canterbury Cups are not run until November the above is a very favorable opportunity for investment in the interim. J. L. FLEMING, Auctioneer, eta. High streetjTriani^e^Christ^ur^^^^^^Wc V. R mHE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE. THE STATE. Although this office has been in exis tence for a period of more than seven years, it is believed that the objects for whichit was established are not sufficiently understood. It is desired to set forth in a concise form information the business which this office undertakes 1. The charge of all kinds of money trusts, such as Marriage Settlements, moneys to be invested for the benefit of Minors, moneys bequeathed for charitable objects, moneys the title to which is in dispute, or whose legal owner is unknown or cannot be found, &c., &c. 2. The administration of the Trills oi persons who by appointing the Piiblio Trustee as their executor secure the guarantee of the State for the due fulfilment of their wishes, and to avoid the risk consequent on the appointment of private persons as executors, who not. nnfrequently, though earnestly desirous of acting for the benefit of parties interested, fail to carry out legally the objects for which they were appointed, and consequently involve themselves and those whose interests they are striving to protect in costly and harassing litigation^ 3. The administration of all estates of which no disposition has been made by will, whenever relatives do not wish to incur the responsibility of administration, dr cannot from any cause obtain the necessary powers to act. In such cases it is the duty of the Public Trustee to discharge all legal debts so far as the assets extend, and divide the residue amongst the next of kin. 4 The administration of estates of lunatics, lunatic patients, and. convicts. .waste 6. The charge of all lands and unoccupied of which the ownar is unknown, or who has been absent from the colony for ten years, having left nc known agent. • estates^ small. Information may be obtained from all agents. ... . , ... R O. HAMERTOIfi 729 a _ Public Trnrtee THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN PUBUBHED EVERY EVBNDW.'>; PRICE ONE PBN NY. ADVERTISERS are reminded-that the ASHBURTON- GUARDIAN commands the f , LARGEST CIRCULATION In the Boroqgfr jfnd ’Suburbs, and the prices for ire- very reasonable. •'* *»* »

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 383, 30 June 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 383, 30 June 1881

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