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■ W. H. COLLIER (LATK DIMANT AND OOE.) ; "THE CORNER." SPECIAL OFFER f A Job line of LINOLEUMS, 2yda wide ln five fob < Patterns, 3s 6d ; Usual Prioe, 5a 6d. Don't THIB WEEK (.miaa the opportunity. The CHEAPEST HOUSE In ASHBURTON for Übajpbey and Clothing of all kinds. "THE CORNER." * " 1.11 1 1 . 1 m ' 1 i ' -. THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND OFFERS GREAT ADANTAGES J TO'QT^I^Q^V'V^Q about to mako their wlllo, and desiring to Beonre the Jl JjJaOUIN O faithful execution of their last wisheß. < TTi TDI7DQOIVIQ about to marry and make provision by marriage IU JTll_r\.OL/I^o contract or aetfelemont. TOT)^7"^Q^\lV^Q contemplating the eattllne of their estate, or of • X JLJLvOU J.l O aum or Bumu of money by trust deed. TOT_>l__ ,, DC__f^MQ desirous of constituting trnatß for^ oharltable or 1 JjIaDUINO benevolent objeots. TH rnnriOU TDIIOTCCO J -o Id *ng moneys m trust for peraom 111 rUKtIuN lItUoILLO roeident m thb colony.. All Buch Bhonld obtain detailed information from the PUBLIC TRUSTEE, Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from ACLAND. BARNES, ANO CO., OHRISTOHURCH, Or D. M. ROSS, TIMARU. New Zealand Fire and larine Insurance Company Established 1859. CAPITAL ONE MILLION. TflE PBEMIEE & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY, NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIBE AND MARINE BISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. MRESING &c, accepted at lowest current rates. GEORGE JA.K_.ESQN, AQEMT, ABHBURTON. RM mm iIMEI FOB C^ fv^l 111 if it $1$ The /V^ors SI f\\ ff ' /A\ \n.Z. INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE A£_T I AQ(*! ff , Jfjfls\ »," Tho blending is entirely alienWMH B VVVW aW tfffik?Z^\ % ded to by Mr. Nelson liimsulf, VIV? JL aamrnj. *v .-.L^USffIP who iss Taster of urcatoxper.' ff ■ /VfMOftTtTa a cneo > an(l ' ,;l3 nfl< * » special IN THE ff /r^^P-r^Ss-TO m training m tha art." urn mi- m /'ife^KX \ TIMARU HERALD. \Ji__f m*. *T\ ff i '^WH'iin^M \ Wk " This ftcm deserves the sup- * lr i%r_ \_y> \ \mJ 'ff " S __**?tete!!^ \ *A port o?all purchasers of Tea. vr\ \m» %r> Mf •'• 0- f^Eiß|3ao- A \ v- as tho nrlic, ° tn °y of,cr i 3, gf Sq t^T?imFM^k Wi. su l ,cr ' or -° anything wo--,_.r~\ ff Ud: I J^wiAj^HO I S\ have seen m this Colony," o*\\x> v ff i& rmJtMi^''^i-- \. press. »Q\Nj r* ff ii? '^^FBwffirsr-V *\ %" Mr. Nelson is a pro- ■ W 1 ff ff.O Ocfti.Vi^V^iLT ta fcssionnl Taster andl THOUGH : ffj^^ p^J^g^^^^X^L PRICES: BY ALL fffif^^ms j|fftetE™^? rm ' m^-^fT^i^wolin^m 2/8 3/PORE^IHmD TEAS? AUCKLAND, W£ Ll QTOW, IHRISTCHURCH, DUNEDIN AGENTS 'EVERYWHERE, SOLD IN ASHBUBTON BY H. M. CAESON, w HENRY ZANDER

PHOTOGRAPHERS, 218 High Street, G^jp**^ Chriatchoroh Pu^p<^* Charles Ray, MECHANICAL ENGINEER, HEPAIRS Gune, Sewing Machines, Lawn Mowers, Pumpa, eto. BICYCLES and TRICYCLES repaired and extras kept on band. BICYCLES FOR SALE, Engineering m ali Hb Branches. Oppoßito Centkal HO7EL,' Wakanui Road John Banger, SADDLE, COLLAR, AT^D HARNESS | MAKER, HAVING purchased the boß.nesß o Mr A. lekland, and removed into those commodloati premlfles lately ocoupled by him iv Barnett Street, begs raoet Blncerely to thank hlii oußtomers for past auppor and Bollolts a continuance of the name which he will strive to deserve by keeping the beat stook of Saddlery and Harneßß, aod strjot attention, to business, .', combined with good workmanship and Reasonable chargeß . . A Repairs neatly anii promptly attended to mm

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 27 November 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 27 November 1888

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