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H. M^JOlsf EB. Santa Claus is Coming. Hurrah. Causing Immense Excitement and Great Expectations AMONGST ALL THE LITTLE PEOPLE. TN ORDER to meet the Extraordinary Demand for Toys, FaDoy Goods, and 10.001 Artlolea required to give Santa Clans a fitting reception, tbe undersigned baa a Large and Charming Variety of Nio Naoa and useful Artfel-8 suitable for ' Rirtbday, Wedding, Xma_, and New Year Precente, consisting cf Writing Deaks, Workboxes, Albums, Photo Frames, Eleotro-plated aud Plush Goods, Pursed, Ornaments, and China Ware. __ v •<■ INSPECTION INVITED, RUT NO ONE PRESSED TO RUY. COME AND SEE THE ls TABLE. COME AND SEE THE 6d TABLE. -* . 1 1 Value Equal to Ohrlß'ohnr'oh. School Committees liberally dealt with. h. m. Tones EAST STREET. New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established ... ... ... 1851, CAPITAL ONE MILLION. THE PBEMIEE & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALIT*. A.i ■ FIBB AND MARINE RISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. THRESING [MACHINES, &c, accepted at lowest current rates. GEORGE~ JAMESON, AGENT, ABHBUBTON. GEORGE JAMESON, WOOL, GRAIN, SEED, and GENERAL MERCHANT' ASHBURTON and RAEAIA. v HAS FOR SALE AND TO ARRIVE,— BINDER WIRE and BINDER TWINE, COBNSACKS AND SEAMING TWINE, MACHINERY and other OILS. AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FARM AND STATION STORES. ALSO.— TURNIP SEEDS, RAPE and CLOVER SEEDS AGENT FOR NEW ZEALAND FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND OFFERS Gl-_a_EA.X ADANTAGES rpf\ T_>T?l_)C AIVTQ about to make their wills, and desiring to leoure the I\J JT _Ci_LV^UIN O faithful execution of their last wishes. rri/*\ T_>T7"DC/"\TV[C_ about to marry and make provision by mar dago IU JrJuJ_\DUliO contract or settlement. rpr\ "DX7TDCAIVfC contemplating the settling of their estate, or of a IVj JT JL JlvmUIN KJ elim or earns of money by trust deed. Tf_ "DTj l L^QnATQ desirous of constituting trusts for, oharltable or IU Jt J_iJ-VD\-/IN)D benevolent objects. TO FOREIGN TRUSTEES ™&£^'A. l ' m> " *°'" m ' All euch should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIO TRUSTEE. Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from ACLAND, BARNES, ANO CO., CHRISTOHUROH, Or D. M. ROSS, TIMARU. Am ymm gsoaFl FOR c\ $X%4 -111 ii' i 1 !? ff k \ d\ I f\\ ff /tm\ \ If.Z. INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE B^. A^f* ' I 'A AA! ff *fJnk\. ML " The blcndiiif; is entirely _UcnI IBSL fl COiS ff tW&ffl^-* «i ded to by Mr. *Nclson himself, JL/ W V JL ▼ ▼¥«▼ ff JW^fn_|JKK % who is c Taster of K rcAt cxporiB «T_____rEi» Y^ ence, and has had a special IM TMP ff r*^W.f*rS&z\. training m tha art." UN int Of /!__^_pfi?\ % TIMAHU HERALD. \A» af**\ ff ff t, TixSTafflrlX Wi " Tbia fl."m deserves the snp • VlaT_(\ t^ \ \3 £5 _f JswSin&sbS^ \ V_ portc-iall purchasers of Tea W* ff _rCs. r^fiMOiSat -**\ «» as ths article they offer is £v 3/7 >^?TT^flT^?__ ivk W*. superior lo anything* we C. W ff *^ CJ'fcfc^Sj "?\ -^ »>ave seen m thisColonv." o^\\& # s& fl^fl n % PRESS. oWi^ # /^ A %" Mr. Nelson is a pron_\V* ff #$ n«>HI«IT ?\ Wi. fiasioiml Taster and ff //_*• T^W J ?%^rV "5a TO, Blender." though M /* JJfmmM^L 1\ \ ppipp^. s%r ___?=&_ r__s_;_<*taT-^«f?!vU;^^i l i_^ — >, _l.__^"«b\ rlM^tO, COPIED 9.1- 2/4 i&SS___3_^Vii_-!-S_72-Z--%2,^^ _^^^ Ibm PURE BLENDED TEAS. MJCKf-HD, WE U GTOM, H? t f IT^HUaGH, DUNEDIU AGENT- FVEHYWHERE, . ] SOLD IN ASHBUETON BY H. Iff, CARSON, IMRY ZANDER ) And the principal storekeepers, \

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2037, 15 January 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2037, 15 January 1889

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