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Special Advertisements. rnHE SCOTTISH IMPERIAL IN--1 SURANCE COMPANY. Head Office: 151, West Geerge street, Glasgow. Capital ... £1,000,000 FIRE RISKS taken at lowest current rates. Claims promptly settled here. W. R. BOYLE, n 7 Agent, Ashburton. [With an apology to Green’s Shade.] CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.—The BIG SHOP in East Street, Ashburto' 1 , has just been opened with an entirely NEW STO n K of English, Foreign," and Colonial-nude BOOTS and SHOES, which will be sold at my usual LOW PRICES, which have given such satisfaction in Tinwald and elsewhere. —O. HAWKINS, “ Munutbi" Warehouse, Ashburton ; also at Tinwald. CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR C.ARDS —A Large and Splendid Assortment, comprising all the Newest Designs in Great Variety.— Andrbwes Bros., Booksellers, Stationers, etc., East street south, Ashburton d 6 The mutual fire * marine INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, We are prepared to accept RISKS on Threshing Michines and Growing Crops. HATE—2S per cent. LESS than any previous season. o2 TUCKER, RESTELL & CO.

Thomas Taylor, •jgAKER AND CONFECTIONER, East street. WE DOING CAKES To Order. Manufacturer of CIDER AND OTHER OORDTAT.S.

Road Board Election.— Mr Samuel McOliraont has been elected a member of the Mount Somers Road Board. Phrenology. —We are promised a visit shortly from Professor Leo Medo, a phrenologist who has met with considerable succsss in different parts of the colony. Rakaia. — We learn from our Rakaia correspondent that welcome rain was falling in the district this morning, and there was* every appearance of it continuing.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 827, 27 December 1882

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