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Public Notices 9 !— — J ASIIBURTON .AGBICULTURArj AND, P^STOKAL ASSOCIATION. 1 THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF Stock, Implements, &c, Will bo hold at tho COUNTY SALE YARDS, ABfl BURTON, ON FRIDAY, 2nd Jovember, 1888. Entries close on FRIDAY, 26th Ootobcr. In addition to tho Private Pr'zo List, Mr John Small will Rive a Prizo of £1 1b for the largest collection of email birds heads. Mr B F. Wright will glvo a truok load of Moant Somera cob>, doliverod at tho Mount Somors Station, to tho owner of the mare, m any cUbs on tho ground, which In the opinion of the jndges will, mated with n thoroughbred home, be llkoly to broad a good dog oart mare or gelding. SPECIAL PRIZE. Mox Friodhnder, K?q.— The bervloa of his entire " Blaokwood Abdallah," Mr the best foal by that sire. Special entry. Three entries of no award. G, F. Soott, Bpeciil pr'zi of £1 le, for the beat threo pfaiy Mare*, not to exceed 13 hands, tho bona fide property of one owner Exhibitors aro requested to enter as early as possible this wook. JOHN J. 0. QQANE, 104:142 Socrotary. A. Harrison. AJfred Harrison, AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND ESTATE AGENT jJIb VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at 12 o'olook sharp — Horses, Ootfclo, Pigs, Prodccs »nd Morohandlee. Farming Implements and Vohioles of all kinds constantly m Yards on view FOR SAL!. Glowing Kales held fn town or Country ns required, and moat liboral terms arrant ' with both Buyers and Sellers. Ronfs oolleotcd, and Ihe Baelneso of Aboontoco managed with oate. Valuation mado of Propecllea or Mcrohan<3lbo od eaoy terrau, Advanoes made instantly on Goods delivered at tho Storo for Side. FOR SALE— Piano, In walnut, by John Brlnsmeid and Sons, London. A boantifnl lnitrnraent, nearly now; ohotp. TO LET— Hhops fh Ooleman's BalldInRB. Bednced rents. Good brick building*: handsome shops. Agent for the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company. ALFRED HARRISON. Eden George. EDEN GEORGE'S GREAT DISCOVERY. EDEN GEORGE boRB to inform tbo inhabitants of ABhbur'on and surronnding districts that ho has jiißt discovered a MOBT IMPORTANT PROCESS by which Photographs cm be produced at ONE-FOURTH THE USUAL COST, And that bo has consoquontly roducod his prieoß as under :— Carto de Visites, 5b per doz., old pricf, 25s per dozi ; Oabinolp, 10s por doss, old price, 60s per doz ; Boudoirs, 15s per doz, old price, 90s per doz ; othor eizee proportionately reduced. Persons who were Photographed during the Aehbarton visit oan obtain extra copies at the above prices adding exchange and pottage. Although tho übovo piioos aro go oxtremoly small the finest work is guaran toed, as tho Photon taken by the new process aro vastly snperior to thoao tukon by tho old ono, aud thoy are also permanent. At the above prices all Photos must be prepaid for, as no ledger will bo kept and on no acoount will this rule bo broken. When vlßitingObrißtohurch don't forgot to visit Edon George's Vestibule, where over 1500 excellent Photographs are to bo seen without charge. Eden George, THB POPOLiR rHQTQQEAPHfiK ; \

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1984, 31 October 1888

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