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W, GREGG AND COMPANY, PUKE BLENDED TE^S, OT# SEASON, 1888-9, N iLB>K»IILB.PAOKETS, 2lb FASOY OANISTERS^and slb and lOlb TiNS, TRY THESE BLENDS. TRY THESE BLENDS. ©((EAGLE I) (Wb/honl (( C L H B j] OWE TRIAL WILL BSTABUSH THBI^IOONSTANTtJSB. To be obtained from JOHN ORE AND CO.. EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. 9 10? New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Comply ".• . j Established ••• ••• ... 186 P. i ; ■ ■ CAPITAL-^ONB MILLION. THE PREMIER & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPAinr NOTED FOB PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIBE AND MARINE BISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. TfIRESING .MACHINES, &&, accepted at lowest current rates. GEORGE~JAMESON, AGENT, ASHBURTON. GEORGE JAMESON, WOOL, GRAIN, SEED, akd GENERAL MERCHANT ASBBUfiTON and RAKAIA. i HAS FOR Saliß AND TO ARRIVE,— BINDER WIRE and BINDER TWINE, CORNSACKS AND SEAMING TWINE, MACHINERY and other OILS, AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FARM AND STATION STORES. ALSO,— TURNIP SEEDS, RAVE and CLOVER SEEDS AGENT FOR NEW ZEALAND FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND OFFERS GREAT AI3AJVTA.GWE© ; rn/-\ T>I7TDC r\MQ aboatto make fchelr wills, and desiring to leoare the J[ [J Jr JuJLvi^UlN D faithful execution of their last wishes. rp/\ "ni7"DC AWQ »bout to marry and make provision by marriage HJ x JuiiAMV/liM oontraot or settlement. npA "DXr"DC AKf Q contemplating the aettllng of their estate, or of a L\J A J-iJAM'UIH iD auto or eurna of money by trust deed, HT(\ Til^tDCirMVrQ desirous of oonatltutlng trusts for _, oharltable or 1 U JL 1-1 Jt\Ov/ IN O benevolent objeoto. ta 1 rnnCIOII TOIIGTCITO holdi ng moneys In trußt for persona TO rUKtIuN I KUO I ttO resident In this polony. All such should obtain detailed information from the PTJBLIO TRUSTEE. Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from ACLAND, BARNES, ANO CO., OHJIISTOHURGH, Or D. M. ROSS, TIMARU. Si FT\ GAZETTE ▲ |Ih«i ' I VA/v 3; -i, i mJ&&j :.;>'^ils The blending is. entirely ;a;tenBSU I CQiS Ai'M'ifflSiPV m ded to:by Mr. Nelson himself, W? .'|J^_ ▼▼¥<▼ M .^./E^fijW- " % who is s. Taster of great expertga 1: ' k #TOTffT^n^ ■^ ertce, and has had a special IM TWF ■fa i : Mt^^^^^^fL « training m tbo art." ! UN inn. l Jf i ./i^gMjV •:>.%•■ -TIMABUHEEALD. \Am BN # 'nfnr'fW k )\ "TMe firm deserves thosnpw\ff\ t*k | \j B U «iH. \ port>>taH purchasers of Tea \J F\ \»» *^ M /*.'riMESrrA ' m tno article they oflcr is ■ #T //? -^ superior to anything we O Mr 0V ' I^Seliai^O '' » have seen m this Colony." v V^- V # //S' TTfßpsmfi % PRESS. .nW^ # /-^ ■i-jSfiS&Ssv 'A % 7^: Nelson is a pro\\V^^ # CHy3»C^lrr V\ wk fessional ( Taster and [ THOUGH C 'p C RICES* ;■ -Copied:. 2/-- 2/4* 1 ' : BY ' ALL^te%%lK^^^3l^?s^ 2 / 8 3 /" I nn BLiisDs» teaT . Ayfta'^, Wt II GTQ^^HBISTDHURCH, DUNEDIN ; AGENT* 2 EVERYWHERE..---j £01 D IN ABHBUBTON BY > BM. CAESON, HENRY ZANDER ' And the principal storekeepers,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2047, 26 January 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2047, 26 January 1889

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