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THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE CF NEW ZEALAND OFFERS GREAT AX>AISTT-A.OES TA TJT7TS CAWO. aboot l 0 make their wlile, and deoiring to aeoure the 1U JT J-jIYkJUIi O faithful execution of their last wiobes. TH about to marry and make provlßion by marriage 1U lIjAOv/INO contract or settlement. nrri TDTTISCAIVrQ contemplating the settling of their oatate, or of a I\J Jr JuXVIDUII O sum or cams of money by trout deed. 'T'A "DT7TSC!ir^IVrQ de>l r °u a of' oomtituting trusts for charitable or 1U X JjX\OUINO benevolent objepta. TO CfIDCIOII TiiIIOTCCO k°Hlng mooeya In traat for persona 111 rUntlUil IJlUglttO reeiient m this .colony. All Bach should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIC TRUSTEE, Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from ACLAND, BARNES, ANO CO., CHRISTOHURQH, Or D. M. ROBS, TIMARU. New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established ... 18M. CAPITAL O&E MILLION. . THE PBEMIEE & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COSSPAF? ; NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS. -ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING OROFS. TiIRESING [MACHINES, &c, accepted at lowest current rates. GEORGE JAMESON, - - AGENT, ASHBURTON;; Bi /T\ $ /A\%N.Z. INDUSTRIAL GAZEtTE A^?T 9 OQO S £y^k\ '• m " T he blending is entirely a.ten- ' WMM 1 WWVW M m^M^^i % to by Mr. Nc'son himself, JL wrt * ff JflllSp&ia % who is a Taster of great oxperi'Mf wk enc ?> a "4 ' las a< i a sjjccial IN THE" S #P^W^^?a .wi training m tlxa art." I ■ . ff /'^«K\ % • XflH>^U HERAXX). I/I A j-. &.. m r^^^ffi I fso \ 'ft, " T>irf 'ViTn deseryes the suptr Cyj& t \ f MS .^M- — -^AyfewSff'wMl \ «^ portr? all purchasers of Tea ...„, -%«r | ifTi*" ~~W~ /a nSSS«Io A as tho article they ofter is fa JfCf r^mtENbl^iNV^A ' '.o anvthinf; wo t* O KJ b/^ >^stE^aC^**v ' f ?\ isk have sr.oo.ia this Colony." .O^V^^ W ££ i^pß^m^V % " Mr. Nelson is a proimf* £9 ff.O T JJ-M!<d^^SL » 7A WkfessioiuU Taster and «^ #<^ T~l!Sif'§''^? i 'l>T*r~ ca blender." THOUGH Ja y » \ PRIPPQ" PURS^EfHDED TEAS!" AUGKLANQ, WE LI "GT/ON, CHRIST3HURGH, OUNE9IN, AGENTS EVERYWHERE, SOLD IN ASHBURTON BY EM. OAESON, HENRY ZANDER And the principal storekeepers

PHOTOGRAPHERS, 218 High Street, Sgg^ Ohriytcharoh Bead "THEMIEROB," A HIGH-CLASS Weekly Social, Political, Literary, and Dramatic paper, to be publinhed ©very FRIDAY, price 3d, by tbo Centennial Printing and Publishing Company, Limited, Melbourne Place, Bussell Street, Melbourne. GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY. Hundreds of remnants of all kinds 4SHBUKTON GOAL and FIREWOOD DEPOT. R£< T)EAN begi to Inform hla , J3 # J3 frlenda and the public generally that m consequence of the great looreaae In the price of Coal, he hae scoured a consignment of the celebrated Kaltang*t» Goal, oheaper, cleaner, »nd fai aoprirlor to Newoaitte Ooal. Albo Id B to ok — Mount Somers, Malvern, Westpout, and Newcastle Coal. Firewood Po»t »Dd Rails, Stakei, Stralnere, eto-, eko , Oat», Bran, Sharpß, Potatoes, haflf Ohiokwheftt, etc. R. S. BEAN, West; Street. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! 1 j. moTson, Impermeable and Practioal Bootmaker, BEGS to announce his first OLEABIN< SALE, commencing Ootober Ist, fc ONE MONTH only, when he will offer t the public his choice stook of beßt Engliß and Colonial BOOTS AND SHOES, of all descriptions, at priceß that wi command a ready Sale for Cash, J.M, has always on hand goods of h own make and made to measure, whic for STYLE, FASHION, NEATNIfiSS, ar ELEGANCE, cannot be surpassed, as 1 U a thorough expert m this line. Repairs neatly executed. TANOREITsTREET, Nest the OLiJB. Aehburton, 9*X

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1977, 23 October 1888

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