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Public Notices j GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING OOMPANY. Tremendous Bargains. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION, THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF Stock, Implements, <k, Will be held at the COUNTY SALE YARDS, ASHBURTON, ON FRIDAY, 2nd Joieinber, 1888. Entries olose on FRIDAY, 26th Ootober. In addition to the Private Pr ac List, Mr John Small will give a Prize of £1 Is for the largest collection of small birds heads. Mr E. F. Wright will give a truck load of Mount Somers coal, delivered at tbe Mount Somers Station, to the owner of the mare, In any class on the ground, whioh m the opinion of the judges will, mated with a thoroughbred horse, be likely to breed a good dog cart mare or gelding. SPEOIAL PRIZE. Max Friedlander, Esq. — The aervloe of his entire "Blackwood Abdallah," for the best foal by that sire. Speoial entry. Three entries of no award. G. F. Scott, special prize of £1 Is, for the best three pony Mares, not to exceed 13 hands, the bona fide property of one owner,. Exhibitors are requested to enter as early as possible this week. JOHN J. C. QUANE, 10J142 Secreiary. A. Harrison. Alfred Harrison, AUCTIONEER, STOOK AND ESTATE j AGENT AND VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at 12 o'clock sharp — Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Produoß and Merchandise. Farming Implements and Vehicles of all kinds constantly m Yards on view FOR SALE. Clearing Sales held In town or Country as required, and most liberal terms arrangnd with both Buyers and Sellorß. Rents oolleoted, and (he Business of Absentees managed with care. Valuation made of Properties or Merchandise on easy terms. Advanoes made Instantly on Goods delivered at the Store for Sale. FOR SALE— Piano, In walnut, by John Brinsmead and Sons, London. A beautiful Instrument, nearly new; cheap. TO LET— Hhops In Coleman's Buildings. Rednced roots. Good brick building?: handsome ahops. Agent Fon the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company.. ALFRED HARRISON. *■— — ■— — — »^— — — — ■— — Eden George, EDEN GEORGE'S GREAT DISCOVERY EDEN GEORGE bogs to Inform the inhabitants of Ashburton aud surrounding districts (hat he has just discovered a moat Important process by whloh Photographs can be produced at one-fourth the usual ooat, and that he has consequently rednoed his prioes as under, — Carte do Ylsltos, 6s per doz., old prloe, 25s per drz ; Cabinets, 10s per doz, old price, 60j per doz ; Bondolrß, 15] per doz, old price, 90j per dcz ; other Blzes proportionately reduced. Persons who were Photographed during the Ashburton visit can obtain extra copies at the above prioes adding exchange and postage. Although the above prices are so extremely small the finest work is guaranteed as tbe Photos taken by the now prooess are vastly superior to those taken If the old one, and they are also permanent. At tho above prices all Photos must be prepaid for^ aB no ledger will be kept and on no account will this rule be broken. When visiting Chrlstchuroh don't forget to visit Eden George's vestibule, where over 1500 excellent Photographs aro to bo seen without charge. EDEN GEORGE, THE POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHER

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888