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Public Notices , MRS MORUIB having di-; osod of her Busineßß to Mr P. I'akbahan begs to return thanks for ;ln liberal patronage afforded her lor 11 c las. four yoaia, and Balicits a continual C0 of the same for her ■uoceaeor. November sth. IN referenoo to the above the Under- 1 signed, brine, a practical Baker, hopes by strict attention to Business and keeping * goodartic'o to merit a share of Un patronage of the inhabitants of Aehburton, 11*20 P. HANWAOANT. T. IBullock, TO LET— 5-roomod honoe In Cameron Street. — Apply to T. BULLOOK. TO FARMERS AISD OTHERS. FOR SALE A number of Blue Gum Saplings suitable for making Stook Yards, Sheep Yards, elo. Apply to 10 116 T, BULLOOK, TO LET— A 6-roomed House In Oox Sheet. — Apply to T. BULLOOK. TO LET. TjIOUB-roomed house m Peter Btreet J) lately oocopied by Mr Norrieh. Apply to _ T. BULLOCK. TO LET. ROOMS In j the Arcade Chambers. Apply to . T. BULLOOK. A. Harrison. Alfred Harrison, AUCTIONEER, STOOK AND ESTATJS AGENT AND VALUATOK. SATURDAY SALE at 12 o'clock Bburp — Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Produoa »nd Merchandise, Farming Implements and Vehloles of all kinds constantly In Yards on view FOR SALB. Clearing Hales held In town or Country as required, and most liberal terms arranged with both Buyers and Sellers. Rentß oolleoted, and the BualneßS of Absentees managed with care. Valuation made of Properties or Merohan* disc on easy terms. Advances made Instantly on Goods delivered at the Store for Sale. IjlOR SALE— Piano, In walnut, by John ' Brinamead and Sons, London. A beautiful Inetcument, nearly new; oheop. TO LET— Mhops In Ooleman's Buildings. Beduced rents, Good brick buildings: handsome shops. Agent for the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company. ALFRED HARRISON. Eden George.

EDEN GEORGE'S GREAT DISCOVEBY. EDEN GEORGE begs to inform the inhabitants of Aehbur'on and aurronnding districts that he has jußt discovered a MOST IMPORTANT PROCESS by which Photographs can be produced at ONE-FOURTH THE USUAL COST, And that he haß consequently reduced his price*, as under ; — Carte de Visites, 5b per doz., old price, 25s per doz. ; Oabinotp, 10a per doz, old price, 50a per doz ; Boudoirs, 15b per dcz, old piico, 90a per doz; o^her b'zob proportionateljrreduced. Persons who flreire Photographed during tho Aehburton vißit can obtain extra oopies at the above prices adding exchange and postage. Although tho abovo pi ices aro so cxtrcmoly pmall tho finoet work is guaranteed, as the Photos taken by the new procoes are vastly (superior to those token by tho old one, and thoy aro also permanent. At the above prices all J hotoa must be prepaid for, ns no lodger will bo kept and on no account will this rule bo broken. When visiting Christen urch don't forget to visit Eden George's Vestibule, where over 1500 excellent Photographs are to be seen without charge. Eden Geoege, THB .POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHER

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1989, 7 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1989, 7 November 1888

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