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j THE PUBLIO TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND , O_F_F , _EJ_EfcS CHa_EA._T ADANTAGES TO^I7PQ^IV^Q aDODt t0 mske t b e,r wI1!b, and desiring to seoure the r_jJAUUIIO faithful exeoution of their last wishes. T/l T^fTPQr^IVIQ about to marry and make provision by marriage I I\J JT ___iX\o\_/110 contract or aettlement. TOPT< , PQ^_IVFQ contemplating the eeitiloK of their estate, or of a JT JuXvOUll O turn or sums of money by trust deed. fTfl PI7PQHNQ deßlroua o( constituting trusts for charitable or IU A _L_X\k_>V/lik_> benevolent objects. P FOREIGN TRUSTEES ■.s_._s..."3±^, '.*-* ,or perMM AU such should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIO TRUSTEE, Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from AOLAND, BARNES, ANO CO., CHRISTCHURCH, ' Or D. M. ROSS, TIMARU. NevZealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established .., 185£. CAPITAL — -ONE MILLION. THE PBEMIEB & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY, NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIBB AND MABINB BISKS. ALSO, — RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. TiIRESING ;MACHINES, &c., accepted af lowest current rates. ] GEORGE JAMESON, AGENT, ASHBURTON. 111 mm liSOEH FOB ("O 1 rY\ __. S /S\ % N -Z- INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE rS_A,_.T B Lmt\ S oJnk^a m" Tlie blendinp; is entirely _.:tenI I WWW 1 VVVM 9 ttfeiWrzkn %. ded to b y Mr - -Nc.son himself, JL-**"** JL. a W^?M. % who is c Taster of groat experi' ~ 'B _n_2__s__fl_T\ » ence, and lias had a special r ' IM THF ___T St*mWpsE2£m\ m training m th. art." | ... V- ; - --—■;— ff:_ -fliMmSkX \ xiHAEv jjcUft^lJ. .-.- :; e-^ I/|_f _-v B # '^'___f_'Tiln \ Wk " Th_t -g. m deserves the sup-„__J-£--f__|_EXJL — _\J —^_^--^^A—j_^_F!fe?fc_sc_v \ portrfall purchasers of Tea is ■*• AW A*q n_»r____sSi'' v \_ mas tuc a::tic,e tne y ° flcr > 3 B ffCf r« i SiTFwBlW*^^ 1 \ superior to anything wo---O AW ifr '_x%atE__k__s 1 »v' T ?s\ «^hays__>o«i«4i»-<_oioriy." .k\ v_>- S I& rifuMlfsn v\ press. _Q\\l & f$ rUteSfei A % " Mr. Nelson is a prot\^\\»' §3 #0 \J''Ss^KSS_T ( Taster and THOUGH glh • COP,ED „^wMiiHi^^^ '2/- 2/4 • BY ALL £fb.^^^ 8/purTmUdo teas!' AUCXUNO, WE" M'-GTOM, CHRIST 3HUBCH, DUNEDIN. AGENTS EVERYWHERE, SOLD IN ASHBUETON BY H. M. CAESON, HENRY ZiNDER And the principal storekeepers Bead "TBE MIRROR," mHE Undersigned have Trust Fnnds AHIQH-OLABB Weekly Social, Politi- J for Inve-Bment upon first class freecai, Literary, and Dramatic paper, to hold aeenrities at loweat current rateß of be published every FIUDAY, price 3d, by interest m sums varying from £60 to the Oentennial Printing and Publishing £2000. Oompany, Limited, Melbourne Place, WILDING AND LEWIS, BnsseU Btreet, Melbourne. 77 Solicitors, Burnett St. photographers, GLASGOW DRAPERY and ______» 218 High Street OLOTHING COMPANY, East £gf^ , Christchurch Street, next Patching, Sailmaker. 3<^g||p> __ ASHBURTON GOAL and FIREWOOD t Rrj T>EAN begs to inform his " c: - w - -' v=i t___^^^===----__-=== — ■-- • lO_ 13 frienda anci. the public T> A TTT?I> T^PHQ generally that m consequence of the great J_3 _^ J_3___lJj_JA> J3XV V_/ kj Increase In the pries of Goal, he ha. Beoored BTJILDBRB, UNDBRTAKBBS Ac, a consignment of the celebrated Kaftan- Oornar Wakanui Road and Gas_' Btieet, gata Oosl, cheaper, cleaner, and far (Next Central Hotel.) I superior to Newcastle Goal. Also m Ot at Baker and Brown's Ooaoh Faotory Stook— Mount Somers, Malvern, West- i-avelock street J_ port, and Newcastle Goal. Firewood, " Post and Balls, Stakes, Strainers, etc. TfVllTft Randal* etc., O^ts, Bran, Sharps! Potatoes, haff » VIUI -^iMIgGTy Chickwheat, etc. R. S. BEAN, SADDLE, COLLAR, AIS.D HARNESS West Street. MAKER, HAYING purchased the business 0 Mr A. Ireland, and rerrft. ved Into mMi those commodious premises lately ocou- • W_fiL P* e^ n ' m ' n Burnett Street, begs most WSLWS&rajm.. sincerely to thank his customers for past support, and solicits a continuance of the HApaATMRt ttARttATNRt! same, whioh he will strive to deserve BARGAINS I BAKGAUSB 1 1 by keep i ng the best stock of Saddlery and J-m r ~^_Oi'*_ k __r Harness, and strict attention to business, • __V__Lt__/XK_sv__'_LN . combined with good workmanship and Impermeable and Praotioal Bootmaker, Reasonable charges. BEGS to announce his first CLEARING - t ?"P ftlta De * tly * nd P romDt, y to SALE, commencing Ootober Ist, for ** lM ONE MONTH only, when he will offer to the pnblio his choice stock of bestfinglish /">"_-__■_ •*.■__-__". _>_>„, and colonial L/Haries -Kay, BOOTS AND SHOES, of all descriptions, at prices that will MECHANICAL ENGINEER, command a ready Sale for Cash. » T>EPAIRS Guns, Sewing Maohinee, J.M, has always on hand goods of hie J^ Lawn Mowers, Pumps, eto. own make and made to measure, whicb, for STYLE, FASHION, NEATtf ESS, and BIOYOLES and TRIUYOLES repaired ELEGANCE, cannot be surpassed, as he and extras kept on hand, * is a thorough expert m this line. Repairs neatly exeonted. BICYCLES FOR SALE. ! TANORED. BTREET, Engineering m all Its Branches. Next the OLUB, ABhburton. — — 3*lo [ Opposite Central Ho. el, Waksnui Botf

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1976, 22 October 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1976, 22 October 1888

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