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PEO Ti,6 GB A HER S, 218 4 Bigh Street/ Christohnroh. General press agency REPORTERS, Newspaper Correspondents and Advertising Agents, .Russell Street, Melbourne, 5 . . ■■. Undertake . Special , fßepqrls of , Public Meetings, Newspaper Correspondence, and .Newspaper *Advertising,.i,.tn>QUghout the ; Australian Colonies »nd Nev&ft£aland. Xonimunications to.be. addressed to The Manager.. , , -. . ; . . ' ; , »N.B^— Files, of Prpvmwal Newspapers are •kept fox the convenience of the Agency's .clients* ' 1S 73 i> >■ ■ .. , . ' GOVERNMENT j!iFE INSURANCE , DEPARTMENT. !, V LOAITB ON MOBTGAGB, \ - , " #aoutiina to tlm*'» Htnitea portion of In* Inndß m lent on fli«t mortgage of fr««6olcl . Moority, with option of repayment by 4z«d ; >L . iiuptpOmenti) •m;«ad oyar 12, 15,0r 90y«ur» t , . ' .~ ' . . Half yearly Payment ■ £ B.&t ■ , , -o TweUitye&rtf „. „. 8 t 7 Fifteen years ,589 "gtdtnty years ... ' ... 1 18 8 tibia* repayablo by instftlments Whereby indnoipaT ana Interest are both liqoidatea within a given time, and on terms of a most * fat buraßie'cbarftcWr, present marked adVan- . ' <tagefll td settlers and others. , ■> • 1 » The borrower may, before the expiry ot < full period, redeetd' the loan, with or without notice, on terms -which oab be as- > s v •ertftined at this office, or at any of the offioet Of this where also forms of ap- ' «Jio»tion o»n be obtained. • '• particulars as to loans, 1 apply to J ' IhtHMdADa Branoh Offloesand Post Omoei I -. F. W. FBANKLAND. ' ' AotnaryaadPfinolpal.Omow. "' '' .■©.M.'twKlß. : ' ' ' ABHBUKTON « GUARDIAN.'; DUNHDEN AGENOY. l^rß B. t. WJMIBIJDR, SMkffofd StfMVDnnedbi, has bien appointed our l^aat aDfl will be able to art angt terai with •dvQiititn lot oonttaot »dvertlie"iMutfc . ■ TBEEB. TEEES. I BEG to thank, my Frienda and the Public for their generous support doling the last 14 years, and to intimate thai I have ready for this aejaon'a Mijqxtpnfi tho Largest and (Best Stock of x m» ifl tfll kinds evetoofierad In this >l%friot. Inclodlng,- — . . WW APPLE TREES 6,000 OeßßKlf TRKEB 4,000 PEAK TREES 3,000 PLUM TREiIH 3)000 PEAOHTBEEB £00 APRIOOT TREES $,000 WALNUT TREES VtAmo— - Neotarineai Qnlnoea, Filberts, Gpoeeberries, Currants, &o, m, great variety, .and- an innumerable quantity of Forest Trees of all kinds suitable for Timber, Shelter, and Shade, as wellasOrnan^eptal. Tree") Shrubs, Hedge Plants, and Ropes m endless variety. Everything vorth planting, from theSootoh Heather to the. giants of the Forest To assist Oustomers m making their eeleoti[on samples of more than 50 sorts of peeping Apples may be seen at thejthop 6f;slwsSßß J. Sbaxy and 00., East street, where orders will be received. t : , forwardefd to any address on ,'applioation, ... THOS. SEALY, : The Nurseriea, Aihburton, 1 177 South End of Traffic Bridge, •«>- ' ' ' ' " ' , , — «-i» BOOTS The ; Grandest Wearing Boots Manufaotured m the Colony; HnMfasß BOOTS are now being sent for ' 1, ■ from Viotoria, Queensland, end) New South Wales, by cuatomer* Who have bad , them previously m New Zealand. ' ; Some time ago, a family who "were re« turning to Yorkshire were fitted outwlth w Zealandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper and they' wrote to say. that their i( Zeala'ndia 11 If obts bauaed a deal of 'disotissibn; m the Old Country," and they atotitly maintained that no fitter weanog boots opuld be made m England. Sinoe w ting, .these Qplonfßts have ; returned to jNew Zealandi and have informed us that, their boy wore a pair of the « DEPENDABLE" SOaOOL BOOTS while going Home ; all , thetime .Hbine ; while returping ; a,pd ' (has^ since ''ifps, them ! af ,' sohool If or two ( moss*s, apd the Boots are per;eot yeL JJTer ( v qtner.Ralr gave equal 'aatoffiotion , 1 fFhere 1 it no greater^ e(yonpmy jtlian m bujing a Zealandia " a^d ! r:e^i^ are gei^uino unless branded on the sole The ealandia %oot Store runs this Brand, and every pair ib guaranteed. Has also the largest assortment of Engsh Boots at all prices. We sell at the lowett Dunedin and Ohristoburoh prlcep,* and we are never beaten* > AU Goods marked m plain figures; ZEALANDIA BOOT STORE ASHBUET"" i : 1

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 23 May 1889

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