Pablic Notlcep. ] Wool . XAM prepared to purobase WOOL of A «H descrlpticno, Id any quantity at ' full market prioea. r » G* BTBRET. '» Also buyer of BHEEP-SKINS and HIDES. 1128 » _ _„ - _ —- . ____«« __»—^- , MR F. G. THOMAS, d QUKGEON-PEN T I ST, • O WILL f VISIT ASH BURTON OH f TUESDAY, 4th DECBMBEF, 1888 And may be consulted at the Commeroia Hotel. 12*11 NOTICE. NOTICE 1b hereby given that all Grope, Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Imp'ements and other Property now in, about, crupon 1 the Fnrm occupied by Alexander Turnb* of Aahburton Forks, Farmer, hare been seized th'ia day under Bill of Salo, and Mortgage of Slook and Agricultural Lien given by tbe said Alexander Turner to the Mercantile Finance Company, Limited, of Christchurch. A. M. PEARSON, Bailiff for the said Company. Aehburton, 30th November, 1888, 11 161 Reid and Gray HAVE! to inform their Farmer Friend* and Customers generally that MB JOHN TAYLOR has been appointed Manager of their Aehburton Branca iron this date BINDER REPAIRS exnouted cheaplj and expeditiously, BINDER TWINE of the Beat and Oheapeot Quality, ORDER EARLY. Pee our Latest BINDER and you wil buy no other. 12 ' ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. T^TOTIOE is hereby given that a Peti_i^j tion having been presented to the Ashburton County Oounoil from the Rite payera of the Wakannl, South Rakala, Mount Hntt, and Upper Ashburton Ridings, praying the Council to provide an additional Water Supply for an area ol oountry oomprlelng parts of those Ridiogs, the boundaries whereof are described and defined in the said Petition, and for that porpoio to oonstitute the said area a District under "The Counties Act, 1886," for the oonstruclon of Irrigation Works therein, the Oounoil Intends at a Special Meeting to be held on FRIDAY, the 4th day of January, 1889, immediately after the Ordinary Monthly Meeting of the Oonncll h«s t»ken place on that day, to oonulder, and if thought fit, to adopt a resolution making a Special Order declaring that part of the Oounty of Ashburton which Is comprised within the limits of the satd area to be a District for the purpose of the construction of Irrigation Works therein. And notice fs also given that the Council baa caused Plans of the proposed District to bs deposited In the offices of tbe Wakannl Road Board, the South Rakaia Road Board, tbe Mount Hutt Road Board, and the Upper Ashburton Road Board, and that the same will be open to Inspection by the public without fee anttl the3rdd»y of January next at the tald offices during office hours. By order, F. BfAINWARING, Clerk of the Council, Ashburton, 80th November, 1888. " 12 1 GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY, East Street. _ nexfc^ Patoirtngr;r T9ali> maker. . 2 INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS G. S. PAUL AND CO., North Dunedin Portrait Rooms, Danedin, have opened a Branch Studio for a Brief Season only In Moore street, Ashburton, opposite Royal Hotel, known as Taylor'i Portrait Rooms, extending over tbe Christmas and New Yesr till the Slat of January, 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 is so well-known, being the first to Introduoe to the Colony the Bromide Enlargement, and to the world that Dry Plates were and are the «cm« for field work. Inventor of the Gladstone Camera, &o, &o: See Testimonials, OUoulars, and Posters. All Branohes of Photography exeouted and finished at our Danedin House, by whloh means only can a Travelling Photographer seoure first-olass and permanent work. We were the first to Introduae this method Into the Colony. OUR PRICES, by Deposit Ticket, whloh must b« sectored before the2stb Deoember to share our Holiday Low Prloes : — Cabinets, par dozen, 15b, usual prfoe £2 2i; Group, 2s 6d per extra figure; Carte de Vlslte, pbr dozen, 7» 6d, usual price £1 5s ; Groups, is 6d extra each flgure i Boudoirs, per dozen, 30*, usual price £4 4s ; Do. per half dozen, 20a, usual pries £2 10j. Deposit Tlokets, 2s 6d eaob, ean be obtained from Travelling Agents, who will wait on you and explain anythlne required, or at the Studio. Come early to prevent the rush at Holiday time. Any person holding' ' a Deposit Ticket Can decide what size they require when being photographed, when tbe balance must be paid, 12+5 THE WHOLE TRUTH. AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. ' • Ii It true. y«i j perfectly true, that Mitchell & Turner BELL SELL SELL D R APE RY MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, BOOTS, Etc., AT Reasonable Prices & Al Yalß ■sir CALL AND INSPECT LARGE AND WELL*ASSOKTED STOCK, Christmas, "^gk Christmas. Where shall I buy my Christmas Parcel, and get first-class value toe my money. Why, at Mitchell & Turner, i • *■ i DRAPERS AND CLOTHIERS, TANPEED STREET, i
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