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' j BUSlkfesS NOTICEB. '• i ' ■ if ''■ •■ "■■■ "■' \ . NEW GOODS AND fW^l i LATEST NOVELTIES t?rfs , FOR AUTUMN AND 1(1 [1 j n WINTER,, 1915 •SJgixS' < NOW OPENING IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ....~.. ■ — ■{ I Country Orders are a specialty j | with us, all orders left being executed j promptly, and with' the greatest care. ,' WRITE FOR , „ PATTERNS. _ . —- — —- j D. T. C CHRISTCHURCH I - ] J RUI ONUKU HOUSE, LITTLE RIVER. DIBECTLY OPPOSPfB RAILWAY STATION. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. J P. ELLIOTT (late of Otago) has recently taken over RUI ONUKU HOUSE, Little • River, including TEA BOOMS, BOARDINGHOUSE, GENERAL STORE AND STABLES. He will be pleased to receive the patronage of the Peninsula public passing through Little River, and will provide them with every convenience and comfort, GENERAL STORE. Tbe proprietor has a well-stecked General Store. Petrol and Oil for motorists in stock. J. P. ELLIOTT, Proprietor.

'————iiiiiiiiii ■niuiui__iiiw»u-u_-MWJwmM wmamaa—m—m—mmmmmmmamm—m Public Trust ©ffice STATE GUARANTEE VALUE OF ESTATES IN THE OFFICE (In 1914) TWELVE MILLIONS STEftLiNG. Estates, when oonverted into cash and held for Beneficiaries in the Common Fund of Publio Trust Office, are credited with interest at a fixei rate, whioh is capitalized y< arly and is free from all offioe charges. . THE RATE OF INTEREST HAS BEEN INCREASED from 4J per cent, on the first £3000 and 4 per cent, on the excess to 1 4_ per oont. ON THE FIRST £6000 and 41 per cent. ON THE EXCESS. CAPITAL AND NTEREST GUARANTEED BY THE STATE. THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE oan be appointed Exeoutor and Trustee of the Will or Codicil of any erson in Mew Zealand or ehawhere. WILLS APPOINTING THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE ARE DRAW* FREE OF CHARGE. He oan bo appointed CUBTODIAN TRUSTEE, or may aot with ADVISORY TRUSTEES. He can be appointed Trustee in place of previously appointed trustees or in place of persons who wish to be relieved of their trusteeship. He oan be appointed Trustee for Marriage Settlements, Money Trusts, Sinking Funds, and other Trusts. \ He oan be appointed Assignee or Trustee of Assigned Estates or Deeds or Composition wilh creditors. He undertakes tha management of property as Attorney or Agent. t He administers Intestates' Estates, Lunatio3' Estates, and Unolaimed Lands. LOANS The Publio Trustee has ample funds for investment on First Mortgage of Freehold and certain Government Leasehold Securities, at lowest current rates of interest. No Prol 'ouration Fee or. Commission. Libera., terms for Repayment. t OFFICE CHARGES. THE CHARGES OF ADMINSTRATION are fixed on the lowest possible scale, sb tbn Oilioe is not run for profit, but seeks to be MERBLY BELF-SUPPORTING. There is a well eauiisped LEGAL STAFF which does, without oosts,- nearly all tbe legal woik con nested with estates. For example, no charge is made for obtaining PROBATE or ADMIN. TITRATION or for passing the STAMP ACCOUNTS, or for advißing on the numberless anestione that are continually arising in the course of Administration Bpeaking generally, it may be"said that no law ousts are charged exoept in proceedings before the Court. For full particulars apply to THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE, Wellington. ) Or to any of tbe Branobes or Agencies in New Zealand, i H. W. WILKINS, Agent AKaroa.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3451, 20 April 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3451, 20 April 1915

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