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1 Public Notices. _ T OBT m Oamoroa Street, abonfc th JLj Railway Crossing, on Monday even iu^. a pair of Speot*olfla. Finder pleasi communicate wlih Mr John Moteon, 18 3i MR F. G. THOMAS, 8U RGEON-PENTIST WILL VISIT ASHBURTON OH TUESDAY, 4m DECEMBER, 188! And may bo consulted at the Ooinmarofn Hotel. l'2*i: Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL ol all descriptions, In any quantity al full markot prioes. G. BISSBt. Residence nnd Office— Tailored street Ea»t. . •■• • • Storo (Mr G. Jameson's) Woat street ii to Grand Military TourDament OS THB SAOEOOUBBB, TIMAJBU, BOXINa DAY, Excursion Frailno will run, Adtnfssloti to the Ground, Is ; Children free. 12 T, K. A. O. B. ROYAL ARK OFFRIBNDSHIP LODGE BRETHREN aro hereby summoned to attend the Lodgo on WEDNESDAY Dcoember 6th, at the Lodgo Room al 7.15 p.m. sharp. No apology. Bdbinkbs : To receive Sir Thomas Green, K.O.M , X S G,, und Primo Heath [ Grand Primo N,Z , G. 5.8., and raising Brothers to Second Office. Buff Banquet at 8 p.m. 12 20 By order of tho B.P. NOTICE. GREAT Damage hating been dons to Fences, etc., £1 Reward will bo paid for Informstloo which will lead to the oonvlotlon of any person trespaestog upon the Ashhorton Racecourse Reserve. By order of the Trustee*. G. BISSET, Sooretary Aahburton Rtoing Club, 12 14 BBEAD. NO ADVANOB~fn prloe to CASH Onetomers, TO meet the wishes of onr Cash oustomors onr prloe for bread will be till further notice 4lb LOAF, 61 CASH 7d BOOKED ASHBURTON BREAD CO., 12t25 O, GRUBB, Manager. Reid and Gray HAVE to inform their Farmer Friends and Cußtoracrs generally that MR J ;HN TAYLOR line roon appointod j Manager of their Ashburton Branch from this date BIN DEB REPAIRS exoouted oheoply and expeditiously. BINDER TWINE of tho Best and Cheapest Qualify . OfcDER EARLY. See our Latest BINDER and yon will buy no other. - 12 2 ST. STEPHRN'B- OHUKCH, ~ ASHBURTON. THB ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY WILL BE HELD IN THB Parsonage Garden ON Thursday, 13th_Deceml)er, 1888 Stalls for tho Sale of Needlework, Fruit, Garden and Farm Produce, eto. The Ashbnrton Band will bo m attendance Various Amosembnts. Admission, including tea, Is 6d ; Children, Is, or two for Is 6d. Gates open at 2 pm. 11f.39 Rink de Paris, THE CLOSE OF~ THE SINKING SEASON will bo celebrated by A GRAND FANCY DRESS AND MASQUERADE CAKNIVAL ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6th. Ladlei and Gentlemen on entering mast raise their masks If requested by tho Committee of Management, so that all objootlonable Persona m»y be excluded. Admission— Stage, In ; Dress Circle, 2s. Doors open at 730 ; commence at 8 o'clock. rTelston, Lessee and Manager. INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS G. S. PAUL AND CO., Nrrth Danedin Portrait Rooms, Dnnedln, have opened a Branch Studio for a Brlof Season only In Mooro street, Ashburton, opposite Rojal Hotel, known as Taylor's Portrait Roomc, extending over the Christmas and New Year till the 21st of January, 1889, where they *re prepared to do Photography as never before approached, and at prices equally low for the quality of work. All work will be executed by Mr Path. himself, who Is so well-known, being the first to introduce to tbe Colony the Bromide Enlargement, and to the world that Dry Plates wore »nd are the acme for fi)ld work. Inventor of the Gladstone Camera, &o, &o. See Tontlmonlals, Circulars, Bad Posters. All Branches of Photogrnphy nxoouted and finished at onr Dnnedln House, by whloh means only oan a Travelling Photographer secure Qtst'oUos »nd permanont work. We were the first to Introduce this method into the Colony. OUR PRIOES, by Deposit Ticket, nhloh must be secured before the 25th Dcoember to share our Holiday Low Prices :- Cabinets, pel do Ben, 15s, usual price £2 2o; Group, 2s 6d per extra figure ; Oarte do Vlslte, pbr dozan, 7s 6d, usual price £1 5a ; Groups, Is 6d extra each figure ; Boudoirs, per doion, 30s, usual prloe £4 4s ; Do. per half dozen, 20a, usual price £2 10a, Deposit Ticket*, 2a fid caoh, oan be obtained from Travelling Agents, who will wait on yog qnd explain anything required, or *t (ho Studio, Coma early to prevent the ruih at Holiday time. Any person holding i> Deposit Tloket oan deofdewhat liza they require when being photographed, when toe balance mnMbtyitd, J2fs

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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