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NOTICE. THE ART, OR GIFT~OF TEA TASTING \ Is only known to about one out of every 20,000 TEA BLENDING \ ... To on» out of every 50,000 of the European population of the world; so Vhat must th« public think of the many m New Zealand that have ; only found ii out since the success of FIELSON MO/iTE & Co' 3 BLENDS. The great name, and the constant and increasing demand for NELSON MOATE & COS TEAS \ Has certainly led to a lot of dealers m all sorts of ware's packing teas, thinking th« publics will be satisfied with them ; but, as it is well known that anyone can buy tea and pack it m packets with an elaborate label and big name, we do not wonder at the public refusing to buy these mixtures. NO BETTER PROOF OF THE POPULARITY OF ; NELSON MOATE 0 T ft OS ffIEAS i ILSON IiOATB S UO'S'I.BIB ; Is required than the fact that THEY IMPORTED OVER A FOURTH OF THE WHOLE OF THE TEA THAT CAME INTO NEW ZEALAND DURING THE LAST TWELVE MONTHS. NELSON MOATE AND CO. HAVING THE LARGEST STOCK OF ' j Ghina, Indian, and Ceylon Teas, The public can depend upon getting the best value and selection. NELSON MOATE AND CO. ' NOTE—The firm's representative, Mr. G. COLEGROVE, visits this district at regular intervals. i < ________ - _i THE PUBLtB TRUST OFFICE OF MEW ZEALAND offers the advantages of efficient and confidential management and provides for the administration of Estates under Marriage Contracts, Settlements and Wills at reduced Rates of Charges. Persons who are about to marry, or who may be desirious of constituting Trusts for benevolent or charitable purposes, should consult the Public Trusteh, or any of his Agents. Arrangements are made for the continuance of the services family Solicitors. ,«> ACLAND, BARNS AND CO., Christchurch, Local Agents *, „ Money lent on good freehold securities at lowest rates. , ! ~~~ STIMAFS ' SOOTHING POWDERS 'for . y ■ cut tina tpp;th. CAUTION TO PURCHASERS. The value of this well-known Family Medicine has been large'y tested m all parts of th« world, and by all grades of lociety, for upwards of FIFTY YEARS Its welUarned, eixttenc c has indoced SPURIOUS IMITATIONS, some of which m OUTWARD APPEARANCE so closely resemble the originl as to heyv» deceived many purchasers. Th« proprietor, therefore, feels it due t the public to give a. special caution against th» use of SUCH IMITATIONS Purchaser* ar« therefot© requested to carefully observe the four following important chftmcteristics, without which none are genuiue :— ! Ist.—ln evory case the words JOHN STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WALWORTH, SURREY, art engraved on the Government Stamp affixed to each packet. 2nd.—Buck irtnglo Powder has directions for the dose, and the words, John Steedmt.fi, Ohexnitt, Wtlworth, Surrey, printed thereon. Brd—Tk» Tmn% Steedmim, is ftlwmys spelt with two EE'S. 4th.—Th« manufacture is oarried on solely At Walworth, Surrey. Sold m Packets by all Chemists and Medicin© Vendors at Is l^d and 2a 9d each. Kempthornb, Pbossbb and Co. New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Coipany ESTABLISHED 185 9. CAPITAL—ONE MILLION. PBEMIEII AND WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY, NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY FIRE AND "MARINE RISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS, T THRESHING MACHINES, &c, ACCEP ED AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES. GEOBGE JAMESON, AGENT, ASHBUETON. IF. GREGG AND COMPANY. Puke Blended Teas, NEW SEASON, 1889-90, m £ft and IS) PACKETS, 21b FANCY CANISTERS and 51b and 10ft TINS. TRY THESE BLENDS. TRY THESE BLENDS {(CROWN f. | EAGLE | Exhibition I) il C L U fc j One Tria 1 will establish fcheir constant use To be obtained fron? OOHN ORB & CO ■ AMD H. ZAKD'EE

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2484, 6 August 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2484, 6 August 1890

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