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BUSINESS NOTICES, '; NEW GOODS AND FWH I LATEST NOVELTIES h^ FOR AUTUMN AND II II WINTER, 1915 J ' A . I NOW OPENING IN I ALL, DEPARTMENTS. Country Orders :>r" \\ mv :i .::;i ! :v with ns, a , ! orn'p»-« If r, o-'ng <■?>cu >v! pronipf'y. jv.itil with ti'- 1 gota't-t ca^e. WRITE FOR I PATTERNS. 1 D.I.C. CHRISTCHURCH X EUI ONUKTT HOUSE,' LITTLE RIVER. DIRECTLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. JP ELLIOTT (late of Otngo) has recently taken over-RUI ONUKU HOUSE, Little • Kiver, including TEAROOMS, BOARDINGHOUSE, GENERAL STORE AND STABLES. \ • 'I Hβ will be pleased to receive the patronage of the Peninsula public pasting through Little River, and will provide them with every convenience an J comfort. GENERAL STORE. '' The proprietor has a well stacked General Store. Petrol and Oil for motorists in stock. J. P. ELLIOTT, Proprietor. Public Trust ©fffic < STATE GUARANTEE i VALUE OF ESTATES IN THE OFFICE (In 1914) . : TWELVE MILLIONS STERLING. Estates, when converted into caah and held for Beneficiaries in the Common Fund .-if i Public Trust Office, are credited with interest at a fixe,l rate, which is capital y> arly mi ! is free from all office charges. ' i THE RATE OF INTEREST HAS BEEN INCREASED i from 4J pur c.u'., o.i the firet £3000 and 4 per cent. i on the excess to 41 per cent. ON THE FIRST £6000 and 41 per cent. ON THE EXCESS. CAPITAL AND NTEREST GUARANTEED BY THE STATE. THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE can be appointed Executor and Trustee of the Will or Codicil of any erson in fjew Zealand or ebewhere. WILLS APPOINTING THE I'CBLIC TRUSTEE ARE DRAWN FREE OF CHARGE. He can ba appointed CUSTODIAN TRUSTEE, or may act with ADVISORY TRUSTEEB. 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 can be appointed Trustee for Mariiaße Settlements, Money Trusts, Sinking Fund?, and ar Hβ oan be appointed Assignee or Trustee of Assign, d Estates or Deads or Composition with creditors. He undertakes the management of property ac Attorney or Agent. He administers Intestates' Estates, Lunatics' Estates, and Unclaimed Lands. LOANS The Public Trustee has ample funds for investment on First Mortgage of Freehold and certain Government Leasehold Securities, at lowest current rates of ji.tertst. No Procuration Fee or Commission. Liberal Terms for Repayment. OFi-TE CHARGES. thp PHA.RGES OF ADMINSTRATION are lixed on the lowest possible scalp, as the Office is not run for profit, but seeks to be MERIiLY SELF SUPPORTING. There Iβ «,=h onninned LEGAL STAFF which does, without costs, nearly all tbe legal ivotk con Jjl\ w q ,th estate^For example, no charge is made for obtaining PROBATE or ADMIN. IBTRATON orforpas°in S the STAMP ACCOUNTS, or for advising on tbe numberless Questions that are continually arising in the course of Administration Speaking generally, U may be said that no law costs are charged except in proceedings before the Court. For full particulars apply to THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE, Wellington. Or to any of tbe Branches or Agencies in New Zealand. H. W; WII4UNS; Agent ARaroa.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 30 April 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 30 April 1915

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