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THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND OFFERS GREAT ADAWTA<GEB TOT^'^f'QQ/^'M'Q abont to make their wills, and desiring to seoare the A jUIADUIX O faithful execution of their last wishes. "DO Cllti Q abont to marry and make provision by marriage JrJjJtvOUllO oontraot or eettlement. rp/% T^Tj'UCif^lVFCi contemplating the settling of their eatate, or of aX\J JL XjJaJjUli O sum or earns of money by traafc deed. . , HPA "n"I7 I T>C!r\TVf C dealroua of constituting trusts for* oharltatU 0* 1U JrJuX\DUINO benevolent objeots. TH rnDnnil TDIIOTEXG holding moneys In trnßt for persons 111 lUlltluH InUulLtu rod lent In thla colony. All such should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIC TRUSTEES. Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from AOLAND, BARNES, ANO CO., OHRISTOHUBOH, Or D. M, BOSS, TIMARU. New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company . Established ... »>. ... 1859. CAPITAL ONE MILLION, THE PEEMIEB & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY, HOSJED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIEB AND MABINB BISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. THRESING [MACHINES, &c, accepted at lowest current rates. GEORGE~~JAMESON, AGENT, ASHBURTON. Bl tT\ I /^i \N.Z.INDITSTEIAt GAZETTE A^T I A^ 3 sJ§t\ " The blending is entirely a.ten HSL I KCLh S r***^* 2 *^! X» dcd to by Mr. Nelson himself. VW J^_ tWt S /raj^W % who is a Taster of great experi- & #LOSU?SIfT\ Wk ence, and lias had a special IM Tup Ms *s«a^SJE23g^& ' '©l training m ths art." \A+ B m " Tlila firm deserves the s«pw\f f\ |% 1 \1 B B \ «i portfifallpurchasersofTcß \J ri \**** g& ff yf&MU^K^t *\\ Wk. as tho article they offer is **r *%.**- ja a & LS&^MJfoX \a superior to anything wo MF /* CISW M .\V^- # /# ™S®Bi %. PRESS. OViYV §& ffG rTlLlt4T%!iSs~r y.%. Taster and THOUGH M^j\ eg^^ i^^^^\J\ PRICES: PURE BLENDER TEAS? AUCKLAND, WE : LI GTON, CHRISTOHURCH, DUNEDIN, j AGENTS EVERYWHERE, SOLD IN ASHBTJETON BY EM. CAESON, HENRY ZANDER And the principal storekeepers

PHOTOGRAPHERS, /c^^ 218 High Street, v^^sy r Chrlstchuroh John Banger, SADDLE, COLLA.R, AfcD HARNESS MAKER, HAVING purchased the business o Mr A. Ibeland, and removed into those commodious premises lately occupied by him m Burnett Street, begs mcmt sincerely to thank his customers for past suppor 1 .and solicits a continuance of the same which he will strive to deserve by keeping the beßt Btock of Saddlery and Harness, and strict attention to business, oomblned with good workraanuhip and Reasonable charges. Repairs neatly and promptly attended to 7*120 Charles Ray, MECHAI?ICA.L ENGINEEE, REPAIRS Gunp, Sewing Maobines, Lawn Mowers, Pumps, etc. BICYCLES and TRIUYCLES repaired and extras kept on hand, BICYCLES FOR BALE. Engineering m all its Branches* Opposite Obntbal Hotel, Wakanni Road Trees. Trees. Trees fTIHE Undersigned begs to thank X numerous Friends and Customers their past favors, and calls their a c attention to his extensive stock of FRUI AND FOREST TREES of all sorts. N.B. —Planting done by contract, nJ all Trees supplied and planted by me will be naranteed for 12 months. Fruit Trees pruned and gardens kept m order by the week or by the year. 40,000 OupMacrocarpa, 1 year old, 20,000 ditto, 2 years old. 24,000 Plnus Insignis. All orders by post, or left with Mb H. G. Flotvbb, Confectioner, East Street, shall receive my prompt attention. James Porter, CLIFTON NURSERY 192 Allonton, Aehbur ton.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1888, 5 November 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1888, 5 November 1888

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