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THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND OFFERS GREAT ADANTAGES TA TDI7TSQ AIVTQ abontto make their wills, and desiring to secure the 1U JT J-iiAOUINO faithful exeoution of their last wlaheß. TYI T)I7DQf\I\TQ about to marry and make provlalon by marriage 1U rJ-iIvOUINO oonlraot or aettlement. '"PA ID 17 ID CH IST Q contemplating the eeltling of their estate, or of" a lU JIJuJAOL/IN O rum or samn of money by trust deed. TODXI''DCAATC desirous of constituting trusts for™ oharitable or Jl XjJAOUIN O benevolent objecta. Tfl rODEIPM T&IIQTCCO I^Wlng moneys In trust for persona lU rUliLluN InUdILLU reeHentfn thfa colony. All each should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIC TRUSTEE, Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from AOL AND, BARNES, ANC CO., CHRISTCHUROH, Or D. M. ROSS, TIMARU. New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established ... 185 P. CAPITAL—ONE MILLION. THE PREMIER & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY, NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FTOE AND MARINE BISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. TiIRESING [MACHINES, &c M accepted at lowest current rates. " v GEORGE JAMESON, ■ AGENT, ASHBURTON. Si /T\ S /a\ %K.Z. INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE A£?T X O& Sff £ywki&. blending is entirely E.ltenCJu H W&V^ £3 KW!3pm^^&\ dcii l ? b >" Mr - Nelson himself, *^- ffl ffJ^^^MSi % wll ° !s £ Taster of g rent experi§S fiIMSA^TBk m enc ?> am ! ' las ' la^ a special I M "TJ-J p Mr '/s<&&&s£&. Tft training m tha art." "" iii u» «» m | ifa .<;o>T^i» c\ Trr,T4xiTr rrtrosTT* I/Is Mr a nfnff inuri \ " T>^3 firm deserves the w:p--wlffl r> \ VJ m g '\ Wk portr,Tail purchasers of Tea \J i\ v- *^ # p. rslßMS^i^n <*\ mas the nrticle tbe y of|er > 3 iO (^^TFtjK^Sfei T^\ *Bi superior (.o anything we » if,^' UwSt^tSO have seen m this Colony." h.V>^* # I& v\ % PHESS. «o\NI iW #-i? t<^ !: T?'TO™« :: V "2\ " Mr. Nelson is a pro- , OnV» iflf M& ' J^cl^xV^SSl T <yA «& fessional Taster and though if f^3-J% PRICES: BY ALL ffifif^av v^^^'''" I"1 '''"" I '^^^^^^''"^^ 9/Q Q/ - _-— 1 Jf («NasiiHHOAE\j)j«k /a/o O/per Ib, ' 1 runiiA i> li Ha n l; iii l; 1 £aAo« AUCKLAND, WE LI GTON, CHP.IS7DHURCH, DUNEDIN, AGENTS EVERYWHERE, SOLD IN ASHBURTON BY ' EM. CAESON, HENRY ZANDER And the principal storekeepers

PHOTOGRAPHERS, 218 High Street, Chrlatchurch John Banger, SADDLE. COLLA.R, AkD HARNESS MAKER, HAVING purohaeed the buafneas o Mt A. Ireland, and removed into those commodious premises lately occupied by him iv Burnett Street, begs most sincerely to thank his customers for past suppor I.and solicits a oontinuance of the Bime .which be will strive to deserve by keeping the beat stock of SaddleryNand Harness, and strict attention to business, ■ combined with good workmanship and Reasonable charges. Repairs neatly and promptly attended to 7ti2o Charles Kay, MECHAEICAX ENGINEER, REPAIRS Gunp, Sewing MaoMnes, Lawn Mowers, Pumps, et-j. BICYCLES and TRIUYCLEB repaired and extras kept on hand, BICYCLES FOR BALE. Engineering m all its Branches. Opposite Central Hotel, Wakanui Road Trees. Trees. Trees THE Undersigned begs to thank numerous Friends and Customon tbelr past favors, and calls their i] * attention to his extensive stook of FRUI AND FOREST TREES of all sorts. N.B. —Planting done by contraot, nu all Trees supplied and planted by me will be uarauteed for 12 months. Fruit Trees pruned and gardens kept m order by the week or by the year. 40,000 Cup* Maorocarpa, 1 year old, 20,000 ditto, 2 years old. 24,000 Pinus Insignis. All orders by post, or left with Mb H. G. Floweb, Confectioner, East Street, •hall reoelve my prompt attention. James Porter, CLIFTON NURSERY 192 AUentoo, AshburtOQ*

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1886, 2 November 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1886, 2 November 1888