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By submitting your advert you agree to these terms and conditions

Only ads placed by PRIVATE advertisers will be accepted.
You except that advertisements placed by or on behalf of companies, businesses or commercial ventures may be declined or charged.
For businesses or commercial advertising please contact us for some Great Rates!

Although we make every effort to include all of the advertisements received in the next available edition, we cannot guarantee they will all be included.
This may include adverts submitted by you by e-mail that have not reached us due to spam protection or other reasons.

We reserve the right to refuse any advertisement on the grounds of bad taste, discrimination or legality, and to edit ads for brevity.
The acceptance of any advertisement is made in good faith and publication is at the discretion of the publisher.

In consideration of the publisher accepting any advertisement for publication, the advertiser hereby agrees to indemnify the publisher against all and any losses, costs, demands, claims, damages, expenses, proceedings and legal costs arising as a result of the publication of the advertisement.

No responsibility can be taken for possible complaints arising from the wording of advertisements, printing delays, typesetting, loss of replies, or delays in delivery, no responsibility can be taken for any information that is criminally connected.

Commercial Advertising For businesses or commercial advertising please contact us for some great rates!
If businesses or commercial advertising is placed without approval "The Wednesday Trader" may invoice the submitter/business for the adverts placed.

All these "Conditions/Disclaimer(s)/Terms and Conditions" must be treated as a legal binding contract.

Reproduction of any information or text from the Wednesday Trader- it's book or it's website is prohibited unless permission given in writing by the Wednesday Trader.

Wednesday Trader (The Timaru Trader) and its entire contents are subject to copyright under the copyright act of 1994.