PHOTOGBA HERS, 218 High Street, Ohrlstchuroh, jnENERAL PRESS AGENCY REPORTERS, Newspaper Correspondents and Advertising Agents, Russell Strjeet, Melbourne, Undertake Special Reports of Public Meetings, Newspaper Correspondence, and Newspaper Advertising throughout the Australian 1 Colonies and New Zealand. Communications to be addressed to The Manager. N.B,— Files of Provincial Newspapers are kept for the convenience of the Agency's clients. 5 72 , GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE ; ** DEPARTMENT. ■ Si- IiOANB ■ON MORTGAGE; ; FBOHHmeto tim«* a limited portion of th« , funds 19 lent on first mortgage of freehold t f ecurity, with option of repayment by fixed tnatalments, spread ovar 13, 15, or 30 yeargv ! ' Half-yearly Payment : Period of Loan— £v. d. Twelve years ,»• ... 6 4 7 Fifteen yens ,„ ... 6 8 8 ! Twenty years 4 18 8 lioans repayable by instalments whereby prinoip&l and interest are both liquidated within a given time, and on terms of a most fayourable character, present marked advan tftgea to settlers and others. The borrower may, before the expiry of the full period, redeem the loan, with or without notioe, on terms which can be aa- > pertained at this office, or at any of the offloes Of this Department, where also forms of application can be obtained. For full particulars as to loans, apply to the Head and Branoh Offloes and Post Officea F. W. FBANKLAND. ' ■ Actuary and Principal Officer. D.M. LUOKIE. Commisuonor ! ashburton "guardian. 1 ' 1 1 dunediS"agenoy, ||hrR R. T. WHEELER, SUffofd ! Sjkntti Danedln, hu bten tppolnttd ont ! j :.:;(' • • Af«nk tad will bt iblt to intngt ttnm !' h-- 1 • -■ ' wjUh'ftfrtttbtri fot oontnbt tdr^rHi*--1 1 '. ! ttP&M* ' 1 1 j, . \ . ! TBEES. TBEES. 1! BEG to thank my Friends and the ■ Public for their generons support during the last 14 yean, and to intimate that I 1 have ready for this season's planting the Largest and Rest Stook of Trees of all kinds ever ofiered In this Dutriot, including, — . 30,00* APPLE TBEES 6,000 OEERKY TREES 4,000 PEAR TREES 3,000 PLUM TREttS .'i. 3,000 PEAOH TBEEB fiOO APRIOOT TREES 9,000 WALNUT TBEES — Also — 1 Nectarines j Quinces, Filberts, Gooseberries, Oarranta, <&o, m great variety, and an innumerable quantity of Forest Trees of all kinds suitable for Timber. Shelter, and Shade, as well as Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Hedge Plants, and Roßesin enjdleiß variety. Everything worth planting, from the Scotoh Heather to the giants of the Forest. ,To assist Customers m making their seleotlon samples of more than 50 sortr of keeping . Apples may be seen at the bhop ofiSlßssßß J. Se&ly and Co., East street, where pr,d,ers will be reoeived. - ; Catalogues forwarded to any address on apblioationi THOS. SEALY, , ; The Nurseries, Ashburton, 177 South End of Traffio Bridge. *** • '■■j ■. •[ BOOTS Tke Grandest Wearing Boots Manufactured m the Colony. mpEBE BOOTS are now being sent for ,1; from Viotorla, Queensland, and New South Wales, by ouatomer* who have had them previously m New Zealand. Some time ago, a family who were returning to Yorkshire were fitted oncwlth " Zealandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper and they wrote to say that their " Zea> landia" Boots caused a deal of disousaion m the Old Country," and they stoutly maintained that no finer wearing, boots oould be made In England. Since w t\ng, these, Colonists have returned to New Zealand, and have informed vi that their, boy DEPENDABLE" SOpiOOL BOUTS while going Home ; all the time at Home; while returning; and has sinde worn them at sohool for two months, and the Boots are perfect yet EverY otheYpair gave equal Batlflfaclion. there is no greater economy than m buying " Zealandia }) Boots/ and remember that none are genuine unless branded on the sole The ealandia loot Store runs this Brand, and every pair .3 guaranteed Has also the largest assortment of Engsh Boots at all prices. We sell at the lowest Dunedin and Christohuroh prices,- and we are never beaten. .All Goods marked m plain figures; zeallndia 800! 1 STORE ASHBUBT^" \ ■ 1
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