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GOVERNMENT^ m, URANCE IiOAHS OH MORTGAGE. , JFJMW lima to tima a limited portion of th« Ball-yearly Payment FtrioaofLoaa- *»«°y*fQO. Twelvt ynru „ ,„ ? y «/*w»y«art • S I. 0S 9 lWieyy^wt „, Z413 8 ' «Sf!!i«ti rep *j*i b l c b * » n »t»lm«i»tt whereby j ftfv,^ 1 * 1 i^ 10 *' red0 «m the loan, witf or without notice, an term« which can b? m. Actuary and Frinoipal Offloer. D. M. IiUOKIB, Oojoamusioner 0 DA-RLE S JBraDD E L tiaerised Landbroker an d Valuator under " The Land Transfer Act, 188&7 a^slt A F» HOOS. LAND, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. OFFAOE— Burnett Stbkkt, Noxt to "Mail" Office. 6f9 ASfrBtJRTON PBKM^NiBN T BUILD ING AND IN VESTMENT BOOiETY. PAID-UP CAPITAL ... £6000 • DEPOSITS of £5 and onwards received at the following rates of Intereit At oall or 3 months ... 5 per cent; 6monthi .^ ... 6J „ . Longer Period „ 6 \\ ' AU ir*onnßt!on on application to ' EDWABD STEPHENS, ■ Manaeer OflSce— Tanored Street. 1?our Money /HANNOT be better Invested s than In \J purdhaßlttg a^COMPLETE MEDICINE OHEST containing Oolemahe and | Sons 1 Euoalyptl Remedies. For a PoitalNote for 12i 6 1 the following remedies .•fill-be sent, -enclosed m- ■-Neat-Box, to •ny addreis,jp6Bt paid :— 1 Bottle Eaoi[l^ptl Extraot, 1 rpok Victory Olitment, I box each Lidieo and Gents Liver Pills, 1 pot Eucalypti Honey,- 1 box voloe Lozenges, 1 Oake Euoalyptl Soap. Fall direotiona for use enoloaed; AU SAFE and: SURE remedies. Beware of Imitatlons. See that you get AiND Sons' EUCALYPTI and no other. Wholesalo and Retail Agent, W. J. ALEXANDER, 142 Oashel St. , Ohriatoharob, To whom otdeifl are to be Beat. Sebd for cfrculaM . 780 CRITERION CMIAGEfORKS" BAKING SQTJAEE. WTTIC J8 begß to itimate • XX lhAt he has covered hlB oonneotion with Mb W. H. Pages? and removed hio busintßß to the abovo commodi'- us premises, whore he has eveiy fao lity for Oirrying oo hie increasing bußlneea. Oarriagea;ard Vebioleaof o v er> deeoriptipn, built to order, with well seasoned timber and sound workmanship. Traps le painted, aod opnirs executed i with promptitude, and at most moderate] oharges, —Note thh Addbess— . Premises— late Baylie, Qrooer Near Post Office. Excelsior Coach Factory AND SHOEING FOEGE BUKNETT STREET, [Nbit u Mah" Offiojs.] W. H.Pagbt public m general that he is coutinulog the O3AOH BUILDING and WHEEL • WBlGtH'i' business at the above address, and trusts by strict attention and moderate rates to siitl retain the support of bis friends and the publio aa m the paat. Traps nude and repaired, bought, sold or exchanged, HOJRSE3HOEING A SPECIALTY. 7>134 QUOD MOMU3 VALDB F AOIMD (" W liat we do we o well.") THE OHBISTOHUROH DB NTAL SURGERY, 108 Oashel street, Ohristohnroh, coxt Robln■on's Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Dnnetlin. All operations at strictly nnif ora and moderate Ooninltation free. s. myeeiTaio) co., BUEGEON DENTISTS. tfindrr TtLin s^ ■itm tutu KITROUb OXIDB GAS administered This Autßsthetlo leaves no unpleasant effects, and by Hb use the extraction of Bad Stumps and Teeth is renderod perfectly Painless end Effective. Administered dally. Fee for administration of Gas, 6s. Extraction, 2s 6d a tooth. Hours of attendance, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private residence, 93 East Belt. The acknowledged superiority of AMERICAN DENTISTKY m the construction of Artificial Teatb, the most finished workmanship, and replacing the lost teeth TEMPORABILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraction, have established our reputation, A single Artificial Tooth, 10s, oomplete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent £10 108 ; Artificial Teeth and Dentures made by other deutiats c modelled at small oost. BSlpslog SoiH&fi P#r(iQl|md.Palnleii,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2204, 20 August 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2204, 20 August 1889

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