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•iSSNEW ZEALAND*. FOREST SCENERY. VICTORIA AND NEW SOUTH WALES EXHIBITION MEDALS. Open Daily, for One Week Only, FROM TEN A-M TILL TEN P.M. TANCRED STREET,, Opposite Lucas 1 Boarding 1 House, and Nest Fowler’s Buildings. CONSISTING- OF PICTON—Town and Harbour, Railway (showing Train in motion), Wharf, with Moving Models of s.s. Arawata, schooner Pelican, and yachts Hine and s Lilly; cost of earring, £BS. The MONGARE WA GORGE, shown, by Moonlight, at a cost of £7O. The MANAWATU GORGE and BRIDGE, at a cost of £7O. WANGANUI—Town, River, and Bridge, at a cost of £65. AUCKLAND—Forest in the Papakura District, £25. MODEL of the GREAT EASTERN in 500 pieces of New Zealand Wood, £35. ROTOMAHANA TERRACES, £lO. ALPHABET in 1000 DIFFERENT DESIGNS. OLDENGLISH, German Text, Church Text, Gothic Initials, and Italic. ANGLO-SAXON in the Bth and 9th centuries. BIBLE TEXT in the 18th century. ' GERMAN in the 15th and 16th centuries. ITALIAN in the 16th centuiy. CHURCH TEXT in the 16th century. 2 sets of GOTHIC in the 16th century. ORNAMENTAL RIBAND, in the 15th and 16th centuries. PUNCH in different designs. 2 sets of ORNAMENTS in different designs, including Ornamental Initials. The Mongarewa Gorge, Manawatn Gorge, Wanganui, Ficton, Massacre Hill, and Great Eastern, are all Carved from Photographs. • The' Carving of tins Exhibition has cost upwards of £SOO, the 'whole being 0 Carved in solid Wood. ADMISSION, ONE SHILLING; CHILDREN, SIXPENCE. r ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR FAMILIES. . B. MASON, Sole Agent. , ■ r jw^^croiisircßCßOT

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 526, 5 January 1882, Supplement

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