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EL M- j^as. Santa Claus is Coming. Hurrah. Causing Immense Excitement and Great Expectations AMONGST ALL THE LITTLE PEOPLE. IN ORDER to meet the Extraordinary Demand for Toys, Fanoy Goods, and 10 001 Articles required to give Santa Glaus a fitting reception, the undersigned has a Large and Charming Variety of Nld-Naos and useful Article* suitable for Birthday, Wedding, Xmas, and New Year Presents, consisting of Writing Desks, Workboxes; Albums, Photo Frames', Electro-plated and Plush Gooda, Purses, Ornaments, and China Ware. ■ inspection Invited, but no one pressed to buy. COME AND SEE THE Is TABLE. COME AND SEE THE 6d TABLE. Value Equal to Ohrlßtohuroh. Sohool Committees liberally dealt with. H. M* Tones EAST STREET. New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established ... ••• ••• 1869. CAPITAL-— ONE MILLION. THE PEEMIER & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY; NOTED FOB PBOMPTNESS AND LIBEBALITX FIRE AND MARINE RISKS. ALSQ,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. THRESING IMACHINES, &c, accepted at lowest.current rates. GEORGE; JAMESON, AGEHT, ASgBPBTON. GEORGE JAMESON, WOOL> GEAIN, SEED, aio GENEBAL MEECHANTj 1 ASfIBURTON and EAKAIA. HAS FOR SALE AND TO ARBIVB,— BINDEE WIBE and BINI>EE TWINE, COBNSACKS AND SEAMING TWINE, MACHINiEJ and other OILS, AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FABM AND STATION STOBES. ALSO,— TUENIP SEEDS^ EAVE and CLOVEE SEEDS AGENT FOR NEW ZEALAND FIBE AND MARINE INSURANCE. THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND oißTraaas ch»e-a.t adantages mA T\inT\n ATVTO about to make their wIUb, iknd denlrlng to aeoare the TO Jrt«-KbUIH)J faithful exeoutlon of their lMtwlßheß. rnri TkPTICAWC! •boat to mwry artd mike provlalon by marriage 1U Jr JllvlblJlN »3 contract or Bettlement. mA TVtf'DCAiMC contemplating the aettllng of their estate, or of a 1 U JT JliJCvmU 'aH M *utii or aams of money by trast deed. rn/i' •nt-«T>r« AIVTC dealrouß of constituting traits for, oharitable or TO PXiRbUINO benevolent objeotß. -Tft rnnriftll TOIIOTCCO holding moneya la trust for petßons Til FnKrlllN InUolttO reeldent m thla colony, 1 All "nch Bhonld obtain detailed information from the PUBLIC TTiTTftTEE Gnstoms House Quay, Wellington, or irom TRIJ AOLAND, BARNES* ANO CO., OHRISTOHUROH, Or D. M. *ROSS, TIMARU.

Jl **° •■#•' a \ A ° r s C*\ ■ JTfV M /l\ \n.Z. INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE a a,l r I \aA,Ai r mf-n #'i(Sk\ :i " The blendiiif; is entirely a;tenrXfiiCJT I HaS M fi*<P»^«rt %ded to by Mr. Nclsoa hiiuscl/, I IVM? M ' VWr M l ' wEIiHSS'I: m who is srTaster of great expen■M^*~: ■*- ■'■ Mr i/fiS&*oi|\ %ence, and has had a special ... ,_..;, Mi- 'AM&Ii&SA Wtrainin&inthoart." IN THE ,M AvK^CPv % TiMAim herald. \m . , • [ri jm. # r s: Fi Illil lPW*j\ " Thto fttm deserves the sup■fix ' f*\ w*. I Vl W M~ yfewnmltiv \ m portof all purchasers of Tea * CJ R 1 V' M' # r J*TffeE^?r i tj\ as tha article they ofler is ■ * "^^ Jff §P [dfflrnrt S^i «o\ Wk superior to anything we cy. U ' gQs 01^^™^? ''V have seen m this Colony." ..in\^V* If /£. ' /JMsjgS^^ ' .'^\ " Mr. Nelson is a prorUllii DhniiuSiU 1 jiiiiut AUCKUNO, W£ LI 6TON, (HRISTDHURCH, DUNEDIN AG^T^ EVERYWHERE, SOLD IN ASHBXIRTGN BY H. E CARSON, HENRY ZANDER \ j&nd tbe principal storekeepers,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2033, 10 January 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2033, 10 January 1889

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