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I "• • ' (GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPAKTMENT. LOAMS ON MORTGAGE. ; Faou time to tim^ « limited portion of the ton« 8 ii lent on fl*a«i mortgage of freehold ' Mcurity, with option ef repayment by fixed laitalmenta, spread oTjr li, 16, or 20 yearn ; Bulf-yearly Payment _ _ . „ foreaoh«oa ; Period of Loan— £ g. a. Twelv* yeara ... 8 4 7 Fifteen yeara « ... 8 8 9 Twenty yeara ... ... 4 13 a - Loans Repayable by instalments wnereby prinoipftl and interest are both liquidated witbin a given time, mad on terms er & most favoorable obaraoter, pi esent marked adran tagei to settlers and others. The borrower may, before the expiry 6t th» foil period, redeem the loan, mVn or without notice, on terms which can be asMrtainod at this office, or at any of the offlcea Of this Department, where also forma of anflirtation can be obtained. * For foil partionlarß as to loans, apply to Ifa* H»adand*Branob Offlopß and Post Offlcei F. W PRANKLAND. Aolnary aud Principal Offioer. D. SI, IiUOKIE. Oostmusionor : BAKEB BEOS., ! BUILDERS, UtfDEKJAK.jt.aB, &0 4 , Cornet Wak»nul Road nnd Cans street, (Nbxt Cbmtbal Hotel.) i Or at Beker and Brown's poaoh Factory Havelook atr'eet. i (Nbxt ibb Cour^ House.) 2^o John JRanger, SADDLE, COLL AB, Al^D HARNESS .'."...■., ' MfKER, ' ■- lv. HAYING putcbaßed the boalnesa o Mf A. Ibeland, and removed Into those eommodioua premlaea iatoly ocoapled by him Id Barn^t: Street, begs most sincerely to thank hie ouatomevi for paat auppor and solicits a oontinutnee of the aarne which he will strive to deserve by keeping the beat stook of Saddlery and Harness, and atriot attention to bnainesa, combined with good workmanship and Reasonable ohargoa. \ Repairs usatlv and promptly attended to 7tiQn ■_' . ..." '.-,; .. ..,. : ,; \ "Sour Mon^r CANNOT be better Invested than In purchasing a COMPIETK MRDICINS CHEST oonta'nlDg O )'emane nnd flona 1 EuqtlypH Bemedleß. For a PostalNofe for 12* 6Ttbe' following reraod,ica wilLbe, ajnt, enoloaedtn » JSfeat B x, to any addreßß, post paid :— 1 Bottle Euo#lypti Fxtraor, 1 pot VJototy Oin'mnn^, 1 box each Lftdiea and Genta Liv^e Pills, 1 pot Eucalypti Honey, l*box voice La^ng'B 1 O»ke Eucalypti Soap, -FuU direotioca tor aeo erolnetd Ail SAFE and SURE remedies. Bowaro of Im taitfone. See ihat you get Ool'EMa.nb and go^B' EUCALYPTI ond uo Oihor. Wholesale and Retail As^nt, W J. ALFX\NDEB, 142 Oarhftl Sr., OhtUtchuio^, To whom orde:a aro to be ae/>t. Send fr r o!rcu ars. 7 80 WILLIAMS and BLAND. i hams k mm HOI-D WEEKLY SALES OF HORSES, Pltiß, CATTLE, PBODUOE, FUBNITOfiE, &0 , EVERY SATURDAY. LIVE STOCK SALES, Every TUESDAY at Tlnwald- and Ash barton Yards alternately. CLEARING SALES TOWN and OOUNTEY, According to Arrangement, WE vrllf also attend Rakata, Chertsay, Mount domera and Metbven SALES. SKIN "SALES. FORTNIGHTLY on FRIDAYS throughout the S ason, on the following dates, — M»y 31at, Jana 14th and 28th, .Taly 12th en? 26th. FOR SALE, Town Sections 1003, 1004 wl 7. ftoocLtd Hou*>o ood Stable thereon; Prioa, low ; Terms very liberalA. l^rm of 1900 Acres?, fenced and newly all m .Knelish Qr»B8, well watered, with 7 Roomed Hoaee, arge S able and Granary ; Terms, am 11 oaah deposit, Ba?«uoe on Mortgage at G£ per cent, ■i D.F. PLOUGH 1 -j Set 4-L 3 »f HARROWS ij American WAGGONS, one with /£ Pole and Shafta 8 Reapers aiyl Bindera ty Hornaby Howard and MoUormick 1 DRILL with Seed box attached X (NEW) A FEW TONS' Oamaru Detwent SEED POTATOES, Also a few Tons Eating 7 49 WILLIAMS £ BLAND AVCXIQNEERS,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2187, 31 July 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2187, 31 July 1889

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