■■ In Bankruptcy. i IN BANKRUPTCY. I In tho District Court c-f Achburton I (beina a Local Court of Banke ruptcy), holden at Ashburton.. In the matter of " The Bankruptcy Act, t 1883," and the Acta amending the same. 5 "TVT OTIOE J 8 hereby given that 13* AlpxindbrTurser, of Ae'ib.nrton 1 Forks, laborer, baa th : u day been adjaolcited a bankrupt, acd tl-at the firat meeting of Creditors will be beld m the District Oourthoues, Aahbarton, on FRIDAY, Deoember 7tb, 1888, at 11 o'oloo c In tbe forenoon Dated this l?t day of December, 1888 JO BULL, Deputy Offioial Assignee. T. G. Rtjbskll, Solicitor for tho debtor. 12*15 Public notices NOTICE. • ; ■ /"^ REAT Damage having been done to VJT Fencus, etc., £1 Reward will be paid for information which will lead to the convict/on of any peraon trespassing opon the Asaburton Raceoourae Reserve G. BISSET, Secretary Ashbunon Rooing Olab, 12 14 GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY, East Street, next Patching, Sailmaker. INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS G. s7~PAUL AND CO, N< rth Danedia Portrait Rooms, Danedin, have opened a Branch. Studio for a Brief Season only m Moore street, Ashbarton, opposite Royal Hotel, known as T'-ylor's Portrait Rooms, extending over the Christmas acd New Year till the 21st of Janutry, 1889, where they are prepared to do Photography as never before approached, and at prices equally low for the quality of work. All work will be executed by Mb Paul himself, who Ib bo well- known, being the first to Introduce to the Colony the Bromide Enlargement, and to the world that Dry Plates were »nd are the acme forfiild work. Inventor of theGladetone Camera, &c, &o. See Testimonials, Oiicu ara, and Pesters. All Branches of Photography axecutad and fiaisbed at our Danedin Hnasc, by which means only can a Travelling Photographer Beoure first- olasa and permanent work. We were the first to introduce this method Into the Colony. OUR PRICES, by Deposit Ticket, *hlob most be secured before the 25th Deoember to ahara our Holiday Low Prices : — Cabinets, per dczan, 15a, usual price £2 2<; Group, 2s 6d per extra figure ; Carte de Viaite, ptr dozen. 7a 6i, uaual price £1 5a ; Groups, la 6d extra each figure ; Boudoirp, per dozen, 30j, uaual price £i 4a; Do. per half dczjn, 20i, usual price £2 104. Deposit Tickets, 2a 6d each, oan be obtained from Travelling Agents, who will wait on you and explain apy thing required, or at the Stndlo. . Come early to prevent the rush at Holiday time. : Any person holding a Deposit Ticket oan deoide what elza they require when being photographed, when the balance mast be piid. 12t5 Auctions BATURDAY, Bth DECEMBER, 1888. FARM of 139 ACRES, close toluhbarton DT9OMAS has received InstruoClona . from Ma D. Oampßeli. .tp'SeU by. Pabh9~Anatloa-—^ntoJrv t -tttr '.TatteraalFß, West street, AsbburtoD, — All that Blook of Land comprised In R.S. 25628 and parts of 25626 and 25667, containing 139 Acres, more or less, within 2£ miles of Asbbnrton and adjoining Scotston, all securely fenced, plenty of water. 3-Roomed weatherboard Cottage and Ootbulldlngß. There are about 70 Acres m Oats, a fair crop. Inspection Is invited. Terms at Sale. Sale at 12.30 o'olook. D. THOMAS, 12f3 Ashburton. D THOMAS has received Instructions . from the Mortgagee to Sell by Pnbllo Auction, At Tattersall'fl, West Street, Ashbnrton, On SATURDAY, December Btb, 1888, At 12.30 o'clock sharp, That Property known as SCOTSTON, containing 300 ACRES, being R.S. 27197 and 27243, situated fronting on the South Road, about two miles and a half from Ashburton* The Ltnd is well fenced, is all In English grass, and has plenty of water upon it, There la a Good House aud other Outbuildings. Also,— Sheepyards, &o. For further particulars apply to B. V. ANSON, Esq., Ohrlstchuroh. D. THOMAB, Auctioneer, Ashburtou. The above sale offers a ohanoe to a Stcok Dealer not often mot with, and sb It must be sold tbe opportunity should not be negleoted. 12t4 WEDNESDAY, 12ih DEC, 1888 AT KAST STREETAUOTION ROOMS. At 11 o'olook Bharp, Christmas &New Year Presents. Ol Oaiei JAPANESE MANU- Q1 Ol FAOTURES. - Ol MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS have received instructions from the Director of the Museum of Arts and Manufactures, Japan, to arrange the above for Sale by Pablto Auction at tbe above time and place. Q-1 Oaies JAPANESE GOODS Ol Ol Without Reserve. OX Attention la reqaeeted to this apodal consignment of Japanese Art Objects, which wIH be found interesting aud Instructive, Among the collection there are speoi mens of the various industries of that fur eff country, embracing examples of ANTIQUE WARE of quaint and ourioua form i, also modern produotlonß remarks able for their beautiful and rich decorations, The Director of the Mußeum of Art and Manufactures, In selecting theee goods, has done so with great oare, having been oautions to send none but the bfst 1 produced In each olsbb represented, the , requirements of . this community being i carefully considered. i The rise In the price of groin has obeered the hearts of every Individual m 1 this community. Now is the time to brighten your households with a selection > of these articles, which while forming 5 artlstlo embellishments have the unusual merit of being useful In every household, , Goodo bn view two days before the sale, [ morning and evening. ' i< FRIEDLANDER BROS., PETER WILLIAMS,
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