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New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established ... ..» ... 1859. CAPITAL ONE MILLION. THE PREMIEE & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIEB AND MAEINB BISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. THRESING MACHINES,- fca, accepted at lowest curtent rates. GEORGIFIrAMESON, AGENT, ABHBTJRTON. GEORGE JAMESON, WOOL, GEAIN, SEED, akd GENEBAL MEECHANT l ASfIBUKTpN and BAKAIA. HAS FOR SALE AND TO ARRIVE,— BINDER WIRE and BINDEE TWINE, COBNSACKS AND SEAMING TWINE, MACHINERY and other OILS, AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FAEM AND STATION STOEES. ALSO.— TDENIP SEEDS, BAPE and CLOVEE SEEDS AGENT FOR NEW ZEALAND FIBE AND MARINE INSURANCE. W. GREGG AND COMPANY, PUKE BLENDED TE4S, NEW SEASON, 1888-9, N |£Bf akd!lkb PAOKETB, Jfcß FAIKJY CANISTERS and slb and lOlb TINS, TRY THESE BLENDS. TRY THESE BLENDS. ((CROWN 1) ( EAGLE I ( EXH/B moN 1 CLUB \^ perlb. JJ \v^lh.J/ V Perlb -J/ er lb vy ONE TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIRfOONSTANT USE. To be obtained from JOHN 088 AND CO.. EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. 9 102 THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND CHETBTEIfcS GrJEMSA-T ADAKTAGES TOT)T7T)C^^IVIC aboatto make their wills, and deilrlng to gecare the JT JlilvDUil O faithful execution of their last wishes. TO'Dti lIDOAXfC1 IDOAXfC about to nutty and mfcke provision by marriage JrJLJLvDUIID oontraot or iQttlement. TO'DI7UQ^IMQ contemplating the nettling of their estate, or of • JT J-IJCvOUI l O sum or cam« of money by trust deed. mA "nX?"DCAATC desirous of oonstltuting trnnts forj oharltable or 1U JT JjivDUriD benevolent objeotß. TA rADCIOII TOIIOTCCO holding moneys In trnst for persons 111 lUntluN IllUOlttO resident m thla colony. All such should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIC TRUSTEE. Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from AOLAND. BARNES, ANO CO., OHRISTOHUROH, Or D. M. ROSS, TIMARU. 0} 1 fT\ W I&i. \ NtZt INDII7s ?' R IAL GAZETTE I^AAir ' I m fJfI&K lk " The blending Is entirely altenI ICbu I UCuQ M tMSßft&!*&\- ddd to by Mr. Nolaou liiinsclf, JL/VTT» J^ T^f M .■wj£&&s3R:. \ who is a Taster ofgrcat experi■Kg '^iMcrSycTV and had l^ad a special IN TMF Mr • #r$S-'pyyy» '" : v[' (raining m tlio'nfi."' l/i » g*v SS ■ a MYnFTßTairl'V ' wii "TfiJuf^m deserves tlicstipwtff ~\ l^% 1 \j J B ->SteS|2WX\ \' «a port rj;\H purchasers ot Tea W \Jr\\^ V^M / O fjiMMiriA %a S tho.auicl 0 (h C yoflc,ris Mi Mhi /^TjT'irMKPvJU) r f*\ wV superior to niiytliini; wo *- Ci SI M^ J»JSLi£«™^* f T^ li; ' v 0 see " in this Colony." • \^>4V* SB B£t V-csfiSsfeiS2skj- *K\ If. ssionnl Taster and though g —Jr* rcd!^^^^^^^~~^\ 'pricesBY ALL i^^^^^^^^^W^^^k^^ 3 /" P-BRE : BLEHI)ED TEAS. ■AUCXUHB, W£ U BT3J, i'HaiST3HUROH, DUNEOIN AGENT- EVERYWHERE, EOID IN AISBBTJBTON BY H. E CAESON, HKNRY ZANDER ; And the principal storekeepers*

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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