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G OVERN K^« URA «« LOANS ON MORTGAOB. SEE .I".!! *? ttm i •. limUea Portion of th* funds is lent on flvii mortgase of freehold ■wurity, with option of repayment by fixed iMtalmenti, ipro»d oTir I^ls, or 20 yearn Half-yearly Payment F.rloaofr,oan- *«eaob«00. Twelvt j earn „, ...8 4 f Fifteen years „» ... 58 B Twenty years 4 13 c loans repayable by instalments whereby principal and interest are both liquidated within a given time, und on terms cl a moat JaTourable character, p^eaent muktd advan" tages to settlera and others. ««**<"» The borrower may, before the expiry ot **• 'nil period, redeem the loan, with or without notice, on torms which can be rvaiSfcui^T? ft * 2? ls offloe - J? r ** any of the office* 9SS£SSSSsSff aIBO fomß of &^ F. W PRANKLAND. Actuary and Principal Offloer. D. U. LWSKIB. t^». „-.. CJpaommiontr Tc|ur Money /CANNOT be better Inveetpd than In \J purohftHlng a COMPLETE MEDIOINB CHEST oontalnlog O >lomana and 800b 1 tfuoalyptl Remedleo. For a PostalNote for 12a 6d the following reraedleH will be aent, enoloned In a Neat Box, to any address, pout paid :— 1 Bottle Kno»Ippfc! Bxtraot, 1 pot Viotoiy Ointment, box each Ladles and Gents Liver PHla, 1 pot Enoalypti Honey, 1 box voice Lrzenges, 1 Cake Eucalypti Soap. Fnll dlreotlona for use enclosed All SAFE and SURE remedlea, Beware of IraltaI Mono. See «hafc yon get OoLEatANB and 80U8 1 EUCALYPTI ond no other. Wholesale and Ratail Acent. W. J. ALEXANDER, 142 Oaahel St., CbrUtohorob, To whom ordori are to be seat. Send for olfcuiaM 7 80 i Excelsior Coach Factory AND SHOEING FORGE BURNETT STREET, [Next "Mail" Offiob.] $7 "LJ pi/N^n, EEGS «o ,v * . XT.. JTAtHiJT no tif y the publio m general that be is coutlnulntr the O)AOH BUILDING and WHEELWRIGHT business at the above address, and trusts by strict attention and moderate ratoa to still retain the Bupport of bis friends and the publio as m the past. Tf*pa msde and repilred, bought, sold or exchanged. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY. 7t134 QUOD FA.OMUS YA.LDEJ FAOIMU i(" WJiafc we do wo o well.") THE OHRISTCHITJROH DB NTAL BURGER?, 168 Cashel Utreefc, Ohriatchnvch, naxt Roblnaon'eßoot Store, and at the Optp.gbn,Dnnoiiin. All >porationß at strictly uni/ojm nnd moderate Consultation free. S. MYERS~~AOT CO., SURGEON DENTIBTS. WBLVBUf TE£TH S5 WIIM TEllll NITROUb OXIDE GAS tdmlnlstered This Ausesthetio leaves no unple«Bant effects, and by Its use the extraotlon of Bad Stumpa and Teeth Ib renderod perfectly Painless and Effective. Administered dally. Fee for administration of Gas, ss. Extraotlon, 2a 6d 11 tooth. Hours of attendance, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private reafdenoe, 93 East Belt, The acknowledged superiority of AMERICAN DENTISTRY In the constraotlon of Artificial Teatb, the most finished workmanship, and replacing the lost teeth TEMPORARILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraotloD, have established our reputation. A single Artificial Tooth, 10a, ocmpleto set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent £10 10s ; Artificial Teeth and Dentures made by other dentiats c modelled at small coat Shipping 8o»llt»g Perfeot and Painless ■ I BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS. THE GEEAT BA NKR UP m Cs al Tj^ ANKRUPI OALjij OF HIGH CLASS -BOOTSZEALANDIA STOCJK. (LIGHTBAND, ALLAN & 00.) AMOUNTING TO £1322 17s 2d PURCHASED BY ANDREW OBR Is now being SLAUGHTERED AT HTS OWN PREMISES, NEXT UNION BANK. everyone Delighted with the Goods and Pleased with tho Bargains. GRAND ASSORTMENI OF Fresh Goods. ANDREW ORR

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2227, 16 September 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2227, 16 September 1889

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