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THE PUBLIC TRUST (ffiPoF NEW ZEALAND OFFERS GREAT ABAJVTAGEB TO'D^7^sC^\lV^Q abootto make their wills, ani de«lrlng to aeoaro the X JLXvOUIN O faithful execution of their last, wlsbea. TTI 13f?DQOlV[Q about to many and make provlaion by marriage 1U rJuIVOUIIO contruot or eettloment. TOT)"^■pCAMC contemplating the eeuliog of their estate, or of a! JL J-i X\OU1 1 O euin or Bams of raouey by trast deed, r Pf\ dß»iroUß of oonituullng trnatß for oharlLalle or 1U X JuAOUIXO heoevolent objeotß TO CfIDLTIPII TiiIIOTCCO i hiding nnnpys In trnßt for persons lU rUntlUll IftUOILLO rodjentjn this oniony.. All such should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIC TRUSTEE, Customs House Quay; Wellington/ or from AOLAND, BARNES, ANO CO., CHRISTOHUROH, Or I). M. ROSS, TIMARU. New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established ... ... ... 1851. CAPITAL- — ONE MILLION. the Premier & wealthiest colonial company; TOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIRES AND MARINE BISKS. ALSO,— RISES ON GROWING CROPS. TiJRESING [MACHINES. &c, accepted at lowest current rates. GEORGE JAMESON, AGENT, ASHBURTON. Sj AIA g /a\ % N - Z - INDUtiTRIAL GAZETTE A^lt ' I A^S| B Mjffifs&L " The blending is entirely a:tenCuu ■ VVVM B flftpiV^Sn % ded to by Mr. Nelson himself, • -A- B MM^^^k who !s a Tas{ er of great expert- - B "ft once, and lias had a special * IM TMF B #r4s7^SK!Syik jk training m the art.! 1 1...-._.. ...-._. ;.-.., iin i riu .-.•..■ mm ■■■■"# IT« .icSMUt — "«["" ""' TrwA' i ßTT~T¥'p»Ai'ri Lrljt «— t^-n ■ jf?» B I »jCT|Jprf^o \ " Tliia fii-m deserves the sup- • ■■■ .. iSr m£/ r^^r^tjWm^^V -anything we «iO B a/* L^tSCEyEk: «\ »' have seen m this Colony. "' kV-V-^" 'B Jf*< rm^^lgn \\ m '< press. , .kA^ON^ Of i£ t^fi™^ H W' f Mr :^son.i S apro. ■ 0»^ B m&? y<\ m^fessional Taster and THOUGH • ' PURE 4 RLE HDfiy TEB; AUCKLAND, WH LI 6TO.M, CHRIST3HURCH, DUNEOIN, AGENTS EVERYWHERE, SOLD m ASHBUETON BY EM. CAESON, HENRY ZANDER And the principal storekeepers

Bead "THEMIRROB," | A HIGH-CLASS Weekly Social, Political, Literary, and Dramatic paper, to ] be published every FSIDAY, price 3d, by i the Centennial Printing and Publishing ; Company, Limited, Melbourne Place, Russell Street, Melbourne, PHOTOGRAPHEBS, g^* 218 High Street, \ Christchnroh ' 4SHBURTON COAL and FIREWOOD T DEPOT. Rn T>EAN begs to Inform bis • fo« I* friends and the public generally that m consequence of the great laorease m the price of Coal, he has secured a consignment of the celebrated Kaltangata Coal, oheaper, oleaner, snd far superior to Newcastle Coal* Also In Stook — SAount Somers, &f»lvern, Westport, and Newcastle Coal. Firewood, Post and Rails, Stakes, Strainers, etc., etc., Oats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, haft* Ohiokwbeat, etc. R. S. BEAN, West Street. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! j.Mofsoisr, Impermeable and Practical Bootmaker, BEGS to announce his first CLEARING SALE, commencing October Ist, for ONE MONTH only, when he will offer to the public his choice stock of best English and Colonial BOOTS AND SHOES, of all descriptions, at prices that will command a ready Sale for Cash, J.M, has always on hand goods of his own make and made to measure, which, for STYLE, FASHION, NEA.TJS JSBS, and ELEGANCE, cannot be surpassed, as he i« a thorough expert m, this line.' Repairs neatly exeouted. TANOREITsTREET, Next the CLUB. Aehburton.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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