h. Mjrpjsdajs. Santa Glaus is Coming. Hurrah. Causing Immense Excitement and Great Expectations AMONGST ALL TSHE LITTLE PEOPLE. IN ORDER to meet the Extraordinary Demand for Toys, Fancy Goods, and 10.001 Articles required to give Santa Clans a fitting reception, the nndecalgned has a Large and Charming Variety of Nlo-Naos and nsefal Artlolaa editable fpr Birthday, Wedding, Xcqqb, and New Year Preienta, consisting of Writing Deokß, Workboxea, Albums, Photo Frames, Electro-plated and Plash Goods, Purses, Ornaments, and China Ware. INSPECTION INVITED, BUT NO ONE PRESSED TO BBUrY r COME AND SEE THE Is TABLE. COME AND SEE. THE 6d TABLE. I Value Equal to Ohrle'churoh. School Committees liberally dealt with. H. M. ¥~O NES EAST STREET. . . New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established ... ... ... 1859. I — CAPITAL ONE MILLION. THE PEEMIEE & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FJBE AND MARINE RISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. THRESING IMACHINES, &c, accepted at lowest current rates. GEORGE^JAMESON, AGENT, ASHBURTOH. GEORGE JAMESON, WOOL, GRAIN, SEED, aw GENEEAL MEECHANT ASBBUBTONand EAKAIA. V HAS FOR SALE AE-S? TO ARRIVE,— BINDEE WIEE and BINDEE TWINE, COENSACKS AND SEAMING TWINE, MACBINEEY and other OILS # AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FAEM AND STATION STOEES. ALSO,— TUENIP SEEDS, EAVE and CLOVEE SHEDS AGENT FOR NEW ZEALAND FIBE AND MARINE INSURANCE, THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND OFFERS GORE AT £IX>^JXT AGUES TO'DI7'DC^MQ » bont t0 malre fc fcelf wills, and desiring to lecare the AT JjJLViJUJLI D faithful execution of their laet wishes. Q about to matt? and make provision by marriage JrJCai\OUllO contract or settlement. TA IDI^DQniVTQ contemplating tha settling of their estate, or of n L\J LJul\O\JL\O sum or earns of money by trust deed. desirous of constituting truatß for oharltable or JTljjL\.>DUiNO benevolent objects. TO FOREIGN TRUSTEES 53Sa jsbk*^. — ' '" per " 0M All snch should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIO TRUSTEE, Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from ACL AND, BARNES, ANC CO,, CHRISTCHURCH, Or D. M. ROSS, TIMARU. at K/' S & k : J & ik &i + id W U> fes S S g HSi Bi tf\ ■M /^ \n.z. industrial gazettb A^*T B &££* S fJrk\ m " The blending is entirely attenw V -*>. T^ T Sf WJm^^k Xk who IS * Taster of great experim yTMSASrcTA ' enc ?' an 4 lias had & special IN THE iff frMfi&^fezk training m tho art." M*^ **\ £/f B I|SISBTS|n V W. " Tkie fern deserves the s\ip- »/ n f^ I \J Es ff .^jfeteiCV \ «i portofall purchasers of Tea V n W^# /ftfHiiMtA %as the article they oacr is fff ff/Tf f<^Tf|jßTn^s "£^ V&. sl! P e ri°r to anything we t*O mi M^c JvtSxS\3>3 "?i\V »« have seen m this Colony," kv-V M 1^ niu£ AS !>!n y\ press. i\^\»* Jar s (j ' "JtscSsslSs!^^'vT *^\ i&L fcssional Taster and THOUGH a §* J^^^eM^L. t\ % PPIPP 1 ?' COPIED ,^^%?^Bift^^^ 2 '- 2 ' /4> PURE BLENDED TEAS. AUCXUNO, WE U GTOM, t HRIST3HURCH, DUNEOIW, AGENTS EVERYWHERBo EOID IN ASHBURTON BY H- M. CAESON, HENRY ZANDER [ And the principal storekeepers.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2041, 19 January 1889
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2041, 19 January 1889
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