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; a Business Notices. THE CO - OPERATIVE BAKERY, TRIANGLE, ASHBURTON. A . Thiele ■ Wishes to intimate-to his ' many friends and the public of {Ashburton generally, /that he has ; bow. TWO CARTS rubbing throughout the Diajtrict, aijd all orders entrusted to him for Bread, Biscuits, and Confectionery of every description, will be promptly attended to. .7 A. Thiel* tenders his thanks for past favors, and' requests V continuance ! bf public support. First award of merit St the Exhibition A. THIELE. 204 c Ashburton Mills. THE above : MILLS having received £ . THOROUGH OVERHAUL, and the working management haying been placed in the hands of' a careful and practical Miller, the undersigned is prepared to make special arrangements for grists. NO CHARGES FOB CLEANING. August 13, 1881. S. SAUNDERS. 467 c ASHST O R E. C J. WARD & CO. desire to intimate to their friends and residents of Ashburon and Sun ounding Districts that they have OPENED a GENERAL STORED in the adjoining Mr R. East street. J. W. and po. -intend to Sell at the lowest remunerative rates, and will also, be prepared to purchase' Farm Produce'at ruling prices.. Every ,description of Grocery and General Merchandise in stock -uctto—“ Small Profits and \juick Returns.” J. WARD & CO., 816 c East street. JOHN MOISON, Practical' Boot and Shoe Maker, Fowler’s Buildings, Tancred street. All kinds and descriptions of- Boots and Shoes, pegged- and sewn, made on the premises. Extra attention paid to repairing. Moderate charges. 9c T. R. Proctor, PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, Temporary Address— MANCHESTER STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, 6870 V. R IHE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE. GUARANTEED BY THE STATE. j Although this office has been in exis tence for a period of-more than seven years, it is believed that': the objects for which it was established are not sufficiently understood. It is - desired t 6 set- forth in a concise form information respecting the business which this office" undertakes r:— (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 unknowp or cannot be found, &c., &o. 2. The administration of the; wills o persons who by appointing the Public 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 f private persons as executors,: who notun* frequently* though earnestly desirous ;of aciting 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 protebt 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 incu|r the responsibility of administration, or caimot from any cause obtain the necessary powers to act. In such cases it is the ddty of the Public Trustee to discharge aIH legal debts so far as the assets extend, and divide the residue amongst the next of kin. . i.■ 4. The administration of the estates of lunatics, lunatic patients, and convicts. g. The charge of all lands lying waste and unoccupied of which the owner is unknown, or who has been absent from tike colony, for ±en years, having left nc knbwn agent. The cost of administering estates is very smalL Information may be Obtained' from L all agents. R. 0. HAMERTON, 29a Public Trustee

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 17 November 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 17 November 1881

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