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H. M. foNEB. 'I Ilfll I IMI- " ' Santa Glaus is Cpmmg. Hurrah. Causing Immense Excitement and Great Expectations AMONGST ALL THF, LITTLE PEOPLE. IN ORDER to meet the Extraordinary Demand for Toy*. Fancy Goods, end 10 001 Artloles required to I give Santa Clans a fitting reoeptlon, the undersigned has - Large and Ob arming Variely of NloNa.cs add osefol Articles suitable for Birthday, Wedding, X_m, and New Year Prerents, eonalitlns of Writing Desks, Workboxei, Albums, Photo Frames, * Eleotro-plated end Plush Goods, Purses, Ornaments, and China Ware. INSPECTION INVITED, BUT: NO ONE PRESSED TO BUY; COME AND SEEiTHE Is TABLE. v. ;■■■;: -.-..^pMß AND SEETHE 6d TABLE. w Valjae Equal to Obrle- ohuroh. Sobbol Committees liberally dealt with. ■■y.[- l '..'__i,'yL jTones EAST STREET. j New Zealand Fire and ll^e ißSurance Comppy "* ' v '■■. N . ' ' '****%'■, '. : \"-'y ■ Established »•• .v^ ••• ••• *p6?» CAPKCAIr— OEpJ MILLIOH. THE PUEMLEE & WEAIiTHI|^ COLONIAL CpmJmNY NOTED FOB PROMPTNESS AND LIBER ALITY. ; I V WmAAmmamamimWammim-m .'^ / ) FIRE AND BISKS. ALBGS--^ -' Y'\ .'','• KISKS ON GROWING CROPS. . THRESING &c, accepted atlpwesi current rates. GEORGB^AMBSON, ■■■ r^^^s' ASHBUBTON. GEORGE JAMESON, WOOL, GEAIN, SEED, and : OENEBAL JOJEGHANT| ASBBURTON ax& EAI-AIA, '• ■ • " •■:-;■■■ .•■.;• . , .■.!..■' ;...' • i j' » '■").'■ :?■■ , . HAS FOR SALB ANi^TO ARRIVE,--BINDEB WJCBE and BINDEE TWINE, CO BNSACKS AND SEAMING TWINE^. MACB[INERY and other OILS, AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FAEM AND STATION STOBES. ALSO,— TUBNIP SEEDS, BAVE and CLOVER SEEDS mmm—mmmmmmmmmwmma AGENT FOB NEW ZEALAND FIBE AND MARINE INSURANCE. ggjflgg THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND OFFERS GREAT ADiNTAGES rnr\ T_l7T>C A"MC ehoot to make their wills, and desiring to secure the IU r ililVuUilO faithful exeoution of their last wishes. C 1 T) O AW Q ehout to marry and make provision by marriage J^JjJt\iijV_l AH O oontract or settlement. TOT_^TJ , T_)Cflft^Q contemplating the settling of their estate, or of » ♦jf JCiJlvmUI /I M sun* or sums of money by trust deed. TOT^^7T_)C^\WC_ deslron- °' constituting trusts for obaritable or J^JuJaiDnJIHO benevolent objects. TO FOREIGN TRUSTEES mt&tfsrJ^-* " vnm " All . such should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIO TRUSTEE . Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from AOLAND, BARNES, ANO CO., OHRISTOHUBOH, Or D. M. ROSS, TIMARU. . ASK YQI'R.GRQQERFOR" T^s / V^OTS (-4% rf\ ff /_\ \ N.Z. INI>TJ-TRIAL GAZETTE B__ __,m ' : I : VaA 'ff'' B £*L\ " The blending is entirely _lten- ■ YBSL I SdiO ff ri-<P«*!_- %:ded to by Mr. Ne'son : .iiiinself, _\Ww"W M_ ▼▼ t" - Aw- w_\!i^MiS!__ • - 3_, ..who is _ Taster of groat oxnari..- " m ~"^' B iTTOoT^^n. ''^ encc ' a °d has bad a is_ieci.il IN THE ff •' /TSBr\" MAR U HERALD. |_f ' ff # f^*TBTDW*l\ : TWa firm deserves the finr W_f fA P\ I \J 3 ■ B J_™2m%_\. \ : portofallpnrchasersofTcJr _J r_ Y^aa* B B (m-l^^^l J\. ,^as tha article thoy offer i» ■*^ ■ » *^-- _\l Bfi I-_s*Tffiw?S^.* 'I~\ ¥h superior to anything we _t-v if /^ Q^lsieftSi^-^ ''• 'Wl'aveseeninthisColony/' i \j£P # B& r#iffl : l\ ;: l press tvl X-- " _r' /«? --SSrffilw^ll 'ZY'" W" Mr- Nelson Is a pro._\£lV' ff B_? VTrLLJi^Wrt T>\ ■ -Vk-Zessloiittl Taster and 0^ b eg f4rr^Werr'' v. % I3len<,or '" though ff^JL^ csi:^^ i^A ' PR ' CES : COPIED 2/- 2/4 BY ALL J'f^^^ PORK BLENDED IIAS? AUOKL ND, WH !"!. UTO'l HRIS73HURCH, DUNEDIN I AGENTS EVERYWHERE' | SOLD IN ASHBTJBTON BY I WM. CARSON HEW ZANDER Apd the principal storekeepers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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