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THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND, OFFERS GfREAT AX>AISTXA«JES TOPT?P QfINQ abo,jt to make tUlr wills, and desiring to Sedure the ! rJ-iIWUI^O foithful oxeoutlon of their last wishes. Tfi T^r7RQniVFQ abont t0 n»arry and make provision by marriage Aw JTxjIAiJUJLikJ oontrapt or settlement. TOPFP^^N<^ oonten »Plftting the settling of their estate, or of a A JuJ.YkJUJ.I KJ Bum or sums of mo ey by trust deed. TO PERSONS dBB,roUB of constituting trustß for charitable or TO FOREIGN Th , UBTiSIS B w& ."""' for p8r " 0,,, All -such should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIC TRUSTEE, Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from AOLAND,- BARNES, ANO Co., OHRISTOHUROH, Or D. M. ROES, TIMARU. New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established , , iß6f. CAPITAL—ONE MILLION. THE PBEMIEB & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY, NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIRE AND MARINE BISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. TtfRJESING :MACHINES, &c., accepted at lowest current rates. GEORGE JAMESON, AGENT, ASHBURTON. ABK YM JIOBgR FOR /a A ots S^ AlA^ S /I\ * \N.Z. INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE 6<5T I flA<B' a /#& \"?s° M «"«»ii« s is entirely f .:iori- . VV¥ I VMW a- Bfaffiim* % de f to b ? Mr - Nelson himself, -^- ■• M ZwSSstl groat experiW: \#TMSaWT\ » onco, and has had a special IN THE a /r^*WW^\ % training m thu art." ijt a #i4ra§!£\ % TIMABTJ HERALD. iyi/^V ■■». ■ 'a §•'■ ' lifSTiinJlM \ «i "Tf.Js ftffm deserves the sup ■•• IT fJ D\ V/ # '^#<Ste3dk \ '_;»■ port «all purchasers of Tor N^ |\ \^ a WC> i^tM^3^Wn^\ • m. * s thQ a '" li cle they oflor it^ __ ' , — &- Mii*f'r^%LE.nSWs^ '$\ lft. su P erlo '' W anythi/iR \vc .. •t^O" MFs L4sfc^feSffiSs: W* •' '^ft lmvcseeninthfsColony." iK\^VN^ # /# r4K#wl^l- ' A % "Mr. Nelson is a pro- ■ ■ 2bT /^ 3&®R *?\ Wmcnd" 1 » Taster PORE BLENDED TEAS. AUCKLAND, WE II GTON, i HRIBT3HURCH, BUNEOIN AGENTS EVERYWHERE. SOLD IN ASHBUBTON BY Ell CARSON, HENRY ZANDER And the principal storekeepers

i PHOTOGRAPHERS, | >» 218 High Street, j Chrlstchuroh * 1 John Banger, SADDLE, COLLAR, AfcD HARNESS MAKER, HAVING purohaßed the business o Mr A. Ireland, and removed Into those commodious premises lately occupied by him In Burnett Street, begs moat sincerely to thank his customers for past support, and solicits a continuance of the same, whloh he will strlvo to deserve by keeping the best stock of Saddlery and , Harness, and strict attention to business, oomblned with good workmanship and Reasonable charges. Repairs neatly and promptly attended to 71120 I' __. Charles Bay, MECHANICAL ENGINEER, REPAIRS Gunp, Sewing Maohinos, Lawn Mowers, Pumps, etc. BICYCLES and TRICYCLES repaired and extras kept on hand, BICYCLES FOR SALE. Engineering m all its Branches. Opposite Centbal Hotel, Wakanni Road Trees. Trees, Trees THE Undersigned begs to thank numerous Friends and Customers tbeir past favors, and calls their ij ■ attention to his extensive stook of FRUI AND FOREST TREES of all sorts. <N.B. —Planting done by contract, nj all Trees supplied and planted by me will be uaranteed for 12 months. Fruit Trees pruned and gardens kept In order by the week or by the year. 40,000 CupMaorocarpa, 1 year old, 20,000 ditto, 2 years old. 24,000 Plnus Insignia. All orders by post, or loft with Mb H. G. Flower, Oonfeotloner, East Street, shall receive my prompt attention. James Porter, ' CLIFTON NURSERY 102 Allenton, Aahburton,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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