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W. GREGG Sand company, ;■' PUKE BWDED TEA.S, \ NEW SEASON, 188S-9, ' N \imm and lib ; PACKETS, 2iob FANCY CANISTERS and sib and lOlb TINS TEY THESE BLEEDS; TRY THESE BLENDS. - fcROWNjI ((EAGLE j) t E^ij) [( C L-0 B | \ Per lb. JJ \vs*%\JJ \P Gr fl>. JJ A\^per IV/f ONE TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH T^EIR CONSTANT USE. To be obtained from JOIN ORR AND CO.. EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. 9 102 _ t. — ' — New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company Established ••• ■•• ••• 186?. O^TAL^ONE MILLION. THE PEEMIER & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL WMPAISTIr NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIBE AND MARINE! BISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. THRESING ;MACHINESj &c., accepted at loWest;curtent fates. GEQRGi - JAMESON, i AOEHT, ASHiOBTON. ' GEORGE JAMESON, WOOL, GBAIN, SEED, and GENEBAL MEECHANT* ASHBUBTON and BAKAIA. 5 HAS FOR SALE AND TO ARRIVE, - BjNP-SE WIBE and BINDEB TWINE, COBNSACKS AM) SEAMING TWINE, MACHLNEEY and.other OILS, AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FARM AND STATION STOEES. ._.'.-. i: ALSO.— TUBNIP SEEDS, BAVE and CLOVEB SEEDS AGENT FOR NEW ZEALAND FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. THE PUBLIO TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND O-BTBTtSKiS O-EKEA-X ADANTAGEB -ri_r\ TH7T)CnKTC abont to make their wills, and desiring to seoure the 1 U X l-iIvOUIN D , faithful exeoution of their last wishes. TA TYPID'CA'M C * bont to »»wy «"»«* make provision by marriage I U Jl J-iJAOUII O oontraot or settlement. TA TiT^'DCAIVrQ contemplating the settling of their estate, or of « IU O eunalorsumsof money by trust deed. TO' Tl'^?^s'OA ! MO , de» lr o«" of constituting trusts for' oharltable or rJI(KoUIHK> benevolent dbjeots. TO FOREIGN TRUSTEES ?«&i"\TcoiX.'"'' *" ■■— - All such should obtain detailed information from the PUBLIO TRUSTEE, Customs House Quay, Wellington, or from AOLAND, BARNES, ANO CO., CHRISTOHURCH, ' Or D. M. ROSS, TIMARU. SSK . YOiffi GROSBt' FCR r The-/ Y^oxs *' 1 -(t\\ '- 1 't ' ri\ ''- ■ ; ' : - : ■'■•# /ISV \ n.z. md u-stsial gazette • I^LAfNT' V I A_4 &*>■-■:■ AW.) MJmX '■■ %" Tho .blendiwj is entirely kUcnI BCOU 1 wCIfM Am' rfWßT^Tsi m ded to by Mr. Nelson himself, JAiJ^™^' M*. ▼ ▼▼*▼ :,___¥:> il Wji!_fi___mß_^ ""% who Is 2 Taster of great experi_\\j..\. , JrTM<sj£yff\' ' and lias. had a special .IN THE g yjTE^^\ . \ timaru her at.d. \_A + ■ <% AW' M * ftTff TlPlfirl \ wk "Thfaflvm deserves the suprl/A r-% \ \j __y § . yWjfet^O: \ ya_ port cf all purchasers of Tea V^ r» \-» *^ MB ' Mr. rTSE^E^^t *\ as tha article they ofler is Br MS r* s *S^T'wK?s^&i. "£» wv su P cr ' or *° anything we *-0 B #* r ?\. *- have seen m this Colony." » \Jt* . B MIH lUtCT^Z^jljsil v*\ iml press. t\vA»* AW #*** ■ \3*]™EM*lsl*X " ''X* «&fessional Taster and BY ALL JJfepjM 3/j^^fet^^lfes^^ per lb. PO;RE BLESDED TEAS. AUOKL NO, We ■■» I GTOJ, t HRISTBHURCH, DUNEDIN . ■AG.rN'T"'v': r VFRYWHERB« SOLD IN ASHBUBTON BY EI.CAESON, HENRY ZANDER ■ Aud the principal storekeepers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2052, 1 February 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2052, 1 February 1889

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