-fGHEAP BOOTS! CHEAP BOOTS The 'draw the attentionof large stock - of BOOTS he disposing of «t-Ghnatdrarch prices. TRY his own made.. Waterfighta. 20s. All other linesmadq [equally. ;qßsai*r. £.('i «.•; '"'iori;} olit •• Repairs . donejcheaper |lmn; myr. other pkceinthq district. ' Note the Address— *' * .•>- 1 0. HlWKl'tt ' -.t BoOT-Jla|Dtß,. (Opposite, the Posjb: jQ%% > '^nnirald. ■A hr..-. c ;..r :c sMsufiroCS ycbib 7 243» ,• 1 ti :r>7' vo>- lo Fiv* cr WiTUamllevdl (Late of AshburtenPorlra), jyAS ■ started'& Burinete«t : -Winslew asSHOKCS'Cr and -GENERAL SMITH, All Work ddne at! R G. •'TUTB-B 0 H A N T f/ T L 0 R, IVX Wishes to mfonn hS;jfiiiraerous friends andcußtomeifcthat-he o iaa taken the premises of Ma Hidra/Bapr? Bating Square, jbenri?-, .House, where -he will BUSTNESS at usual,- on MONDAY; duly 4th. R G.-RUXTGNvrishestdarologiseto his numerous cuatbmdm'fdr thffhnsvoidable delay in ordeia ,caused by the kite ’ dakimtoua - [fire, and at the same' iime,- - Hnform any gentleman who may hayelmitby any order entrusted to hiib/ x ilmt~he. wul re* place .the same, or will coxiipdnSkte them in full by- calling‘on R at the ’ premises of-- Mia Baring Square, adjoining' the - Court House . ' ■ • -'I V?-* 684 a r; . • . ~i. t;:o: 1 Consultatioti&. i JL. F L ,-E * S , NOVELTY CONSULTATION, : N 0.4, v ON.'THEClilor.si AHSTBAIJAN.;, .Jp.SHKBtYUO LUB SPRING MEETING,.to be ruhiatfßandwick, Sydney,, in the [ iq»t'xWedkbm: SEP* - - TBWIjEEByJSSIgwraB _B,QOO SUSORIBERSAirm - -About -150 Nominatidus.- Each ticket has aebance ofwinningJThree Prizes. : Epsom Stasis. 150 100 Second do. £hird"dd.' : ... Other-Startm* 250 200 Other Starters r .£260 GebU: . - ian StakSs. . First Horse...' £6OO Second d0....' 260 Third do. ... , 160, Other Starters i‘dirided:..i 350: Non Starters ' ' divided .... 750 Sydney Handicap.' First Horse... .£260; Second d0....' 160 Third do. ... 100 , _ 250 As eachrdce will hedmwAj%>“ately, every subscriber -will. hare'.'n.'jobance of winning three prizes fop each ticket; The drawing will be held undqr the, of a Committee of. Subscribers, and re* suits advertised in ing subscribers are requested, to make barly'' application.' ’’ If : cheques sent exchange must he^add<^ l alra v enclosed fpr reply ,apd aQ the scares not be , ,J dr,’ prizes distributed pro TUm, 1 Teh per - cent, de. ■ducted from AH priiesA-, ’ 1 _V. ' ; N.B.—kAs sopn.as thu.lnqmiutifioiu for the different? etenta'idreinade 1 lists of the same will be published. ~ - J. L. P. -woidd remind and the aatheMdlbonrne and Canterbury until November. fyety favorable opportunity Idri'invert'mehtm the interim. Jv L. FTJEWINQ, .AuetjonCer,?eto,T High street,; Triangle, ChristohnrclhTjKO 94c V. I fjIHE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE. GUARANTEED BY ifflß STATE. ■ Although this office- hps .bear .in exis * tence for a period of .more^ihsa'Seven years,; it is believed: that; the -.obj&cts for whichit was eatabliahedare ns»t. sufficiently .understood. It is desired lorth in a concise form information respecting the business which this office undertakes: — 1. The charge of . all kinds of money trusts, such as . moneys to be invested- for the 1 benefit of Minors, money s bequeathed, fpxuh9ritable bbjebts, mbneya thbrtHlef te wixich in dispute,- dr whose is unknown or cannot be fp)md,.&c., &c... . v.i'.; :. 2. Of the"willß o persons Who by appointing the Public Trustee as their^’.j executor , secure the guarantee of the State for, the; fdpd,-!ulfil-ment of tbeir 'wishes, and- tp avoM the risk consequent on the "appdinfmmit f private persons as executors, wha not mifrequently, though of acting for the. benefit of fail to .carry .but ’ legally which they were appointejd,/ arid cbhsequently involve .themßelvea Janjd those whose.interests they dpe jStrirviiigiifco. protect in costly' and' harassing ilitigati^ . 3. The adminiatration of sdl of which no disposition, will, whenever mlativesdo hot incur the responsibility of administrnuqb, or cannot from any cause obtain sary powers teadt.' In siidh cases it is the duty of the Public Trustee to discharge all legal debts so far as the asseta axtend, and divide the residue amongst'the next of kin; ’ ' .. ~ t~TKe administration of of lunatics, lunatic patients, qsd conyuda. 5. The charge of all lands lyingnrasta and unoccupied of which the ownsru unlmt>Tsra>; on wha has from the colony for ten years. Baying left nc known agent. -—■ . The cost of administering esialm.is very small -Ihformati<& j mby be obtamed from •». - nlSnHlOiAnnlie THE 6UASMAN ptrßLXßHfitf ivAY-WnSrnfd,^^ pek-hl Advertisers a» -the- ASHBURTON GUA3 commands tho TlpN,in the : %buM»nd. saab** l^ ■^l
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 389, 7 July 1881
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