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ilo (^OVERNnfIENT uVe INSURANCE ld EOA«B ON MOBTGAOE. JKSf iftTJ? ttm i *. llmltod Portion oi *h« J-nnWf -nt on » Ifllß41 fllß4 mortgage of freehold v ••oarity, with option of repayment by fixed V Initalmentß,.«pre»a oyjr 12, 16, or 20 year* Half-yearly Payment to WoflofLoan- toreaohilOO. Twelve yean .„ „, 6 4? Fifteen years „, ... B 8 9 i e Twenty years 4 13 8 id Jp**« B repayable by inßtalmenta wneroby ie p^ lpal « an<J I J nter « J B- »ro both liquidated le within a given time, and on terrua of ft mOB t f RTOiirable oharactor, pi esent marked advan H tftges to settlere and otherß. Th« borrower. may, before the expiry of lh« i foil period, redeem the loan, witf or c without notice, on terms which can be &£ • s •ertalned at this office, or at any of the offices 7 ©J this Department, where also forma of an! £ »lloa^lon can be obtained. *^ For tali particulars as to Joans, apply to Iht Head A&4 Branch Offices and Post OffloM F. W FBANKLAND. Aotaary and PriDo'nal Offloer. D. M. LOtoKIB, Ociumiiiiontr ; Your Money t /CANNOT bo hotter fnvested than ft » Sfir JPJV£t"&* b u °mpmbtb mbdi. I pINEiOHEST cuntafning OjJemane anc /Soub 1 E uoalyptl Remed!e B . For a Poeta!---m Note for 12a 6d the following remediei #M be aent, enolosod In a Neat Box. tt any addre&B, poat paid :— 1 Bottle Euo»---r lyptl Extract, 1 pot Vlotoiy Ointment, . 1 box eaoh Ladlea and Gents Liver PHIb. , 1 pofc. Eucalypti Honey, 1 box voloe [ Lozenges, 1 Cake Euoalyptl Soap. Fnl! dlreotiona for one enclosed. All SAFE r and SURE remedies. Baware of ImUattonß., Sea thyt v Oolemane , and Sons' FUOALYPTI and no other. , Wholesale and Retail Aj?ent.. 1 W. J. ALEX4NDEB, I U2OaßbelSt., OhrUtaharob. j To whom orders «re to be Beat. Send fo« eltcnla'n 7 80 Excelsior Coach Factory AND SHOEING FOBGE BURNETT STREET, [Next "Mail" Opfiob.] ■ fn ' XTACfcET no tify the publio m crenerai that he is coutlnalog the COACH BUILDING and WHEELWRIGHT bnßineßs at the above address, and trusts by strict attention and moderate rates to still retain the support of his friends and the publio as m the paat. ' Traps nudo end repaired, bought, sold or exchanged. HOitSESHOErNG A SPECIALTY. 7-H34 QUOD FA.OMU3 VAL.D3 ♦ A.OIM U (" Wliafc wo do wo o well.") T.HJB OKItISTf3HUEOH DE NTAL außGEiisr, 168 Oashol ».4troct, Uhristchnvch, toxt Robinson 'b Boofi Store, and at thß Octagon, Danoelin. All >perationß at strictly uni&reia and modeiftte Consultation froa. b. myeejTand co., . SURGEON DENTISTS. ■^ : if w ■ S-i'JTbOUT -■:: •■ £r 4 KHXIX TKn KITUOUS OXIDE GAS administered This r Auee3thetio leaves no anplo*Hant effects, and by its use tbe extraction of Bad Stumps and Teeth 1b rendered perfectly Painless nnd Effective. Administered dally. Fee for administration of Gas, ss. Extraction, 2s 6d a tooth. , Hoaes of attendance, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private reafdenoe, 93 East Belt. The toknowlod^ed t-nperlority of AMERICAN DENTISTKY m tbe constraotion of Artificial Teath, the moit finldbed workmanship, and replacing tbe lost teeth TEMPORARILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraction, have eatabliflhed oar repatation, A ain&le Artificial Tooth, 10s, oomplete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent £10 10a ; Artificial Teeth and ; Dontnres made by other dentists cmodelled at small cost. Slipping Soolldj, Perfeot and Palnleaa BOOIS BOOTS BOOTS THE GREAT J Bankrupt Sale OF HIGH CLASS BOOTS ZEALANDIA STOCK (Llghtbancf, Allen and Co., amounting to £1322 17s 2d Parohasod by Andrew Orr la now being Slaughtered at his owe Pfemlaos, next Union Bank Everyone delighted with tho Goods and pleaaed with tho Bargains. GRAND ASSORTMENI \ OF ) Fresh Goods 1 a : ANDREW ORR

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2232, 21 September 1889

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