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LOST In Chmojoi Stroe', about the Railway O/oißlng. on Monday even* l»*u. a p"«ii »-f Sptotiol«n. Finder please communlcato whh Mr John Molaon, 12J0 MR F. G. THOMAS, SURGEON-DENTIST, WILL VISIT ASHBURTON ON JUESDAY, 4tu DKCEMBEB, 1888 A.ml may be consulted at tho Oommercia Llotol. lfc*ll Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL of all description', In any quantity at tuil m-irkut prices. G BtSSKT. Residence and Office— Tanored Btreef] Bast. S'.ore (Me Q. Jameaon'e) W«it atroet. 11-8 Bread. MY Price for Bread will be, till further notioe, 4'b Loaf, 61 Cash. 41b Loaf, 7d Bjjked. Full weight given. TRIiNQLTBAKHiRY. 12 31 P. HANRAHAN. PARK STREET HOSIERY WOBKS. (Near Preabytcrlan Chuiob.) J. Dalgleish, Praotloal Hosiery Mtnuf adorer. Woollen Shirts, Drawers, Socka, and Stockings of all colors, for Gentlemen, Ladie*. and Children, mtdo to order. 12 32 NOTIOB. TV7 OTICE ia hereby given that all Oropr, J^j Uor«op, Oattlo, Sheop, Imp'emenlß and other Property now m, about, or upon the Farm occupied by Alexander Turner of Aehburton Forks, Farmer, bavo been seized this day under Bill of Salo, and Mortgage of Stock and Agricultural Lion given by the eaid Alexander Tdbnhb to the Mercantile Fioanoe Company, Limited, of Chriatcburch. A. M. PEARBON, Bailiff for the said Company. ABhbur:on. 30ih November, 1888. [ 11 161 B. A. O. B. ROYAL ARK OFFRIENDSBIP LODGE BRETHREN aro hereby summoned to attend the Lodgo on WBDNEBDAY December sth, at the Lodgo Room at 7.15 p.m. flbarp. No npology. Bubinbbs : To receive Sir Thomas Green, X.0.M., X S Q., and Primo Heath Grand Primo N.Z., G 5.8., and raising Brothera to Becond Office. Buff Banquet at 8 p.m. 12 20 By order of the S.P. NOTICE. GREAT Damago having been done to Fonous, etc, £1 Reward will bo paid for Inform.tlon which will lead to the oonvlotlon of any person trespassing upon the Ashburton Raoeoourse Reserve. By order of tho Trustees, G. BISSET, Sooretary Ashburion Rsoiog Olub, 12 14 ST. STEPHEN'S OHUROH, ASHBURTON. THE ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY WILL BB HELD IN TUB Parsonage Garden ON Thursday, 13th December, 1888 Stalls for tho Sale of Needlework, Fruit, Garden and Farm Produce, eto. The Aehburton Band will he fn attendance Vabioub Amubkmhntb. A DMIBSION, 1 ! Including tea, Is 6d ; Children, Ib, or two for la 6d. Gates open at 2 pm. 11+139 Rink de Paris. THE CLOSE OF THE BINKING SEASON will be celebrated by A GRAND FANCY DBEBS AND MASQUEBADE CARNIVAL on WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBER 6th. Lad lei and Gentlemen on entering mait raise their mneka if requested by the Committee of Management, so that all objectionable Periona may be excluded. Admission— Stage, Is ; Drees Circle, 2s. Doors open at 7.30 ; oommenoe at 8 o'olook. R. ELSTON, Lessee and Manager. INSTANTANEOU3 PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS G, S*. PAUL AND 00., Ncrth Danedin Portrait Koonm, Dunedin, have opened a Branch Studio for a Brief Season only In Moore street, 1 Anhburton, opposite Royal Hotel, known 1 as Taylor's Portrait Rooms, extending 1 over tha Ghrtbtm&t. and New Year till the ' 21st of January, 1889, where they are prepared to do Photography aa never before approaohed, and at prices equally I low for the quality of work. L All work will be executed by Mr Paul himself, who Is so well-known, being the il first to introduce to the Colony the i, Bromide Enlargement, and to the world • that Dry Pistes were and are the actM for fhld work. Inventor of the Gladstone i Camera, &o, &o. See Testimonials, r Oiicujars, and Posters. if All Branches of Photography exocutod is and finished at our Duncdln House, by c« whloh means only can a Travoliing h Photographer secure first-olass and permanent work. We wore tho first to d Introduce this method Into the Oolony. i, OUR PRIOES, by Deposit Ticket, n wbloh roust bo secured before the 25th st Deoember to share our Holiday Low ie Prices : — ig Cabinets, pei dczon, 15s, usual price £2 2s; Group, 2s 6d per extra figure; (Jar U ib de Vlslte, pt>r dozan, 7s Gd, usual price Id £1 5s ; Groups, Is 6d extra each figure ; to Boudoirs, per doaen, 30s, usual price &4 m 4s ; Do. per half dozen, 20s, usual prlot ig £2 104. Deposit Tickets, 2s Sd eaob, oac al be obtained iron Travelling Agents, whe 3, will watt on yon and explain anythlnt c, ' required, or it the Studio. Come earlj to prevent the rush at Holiday time. Any person holding • Deposit Tiokel can deolde what ilzs they require whei being photographed, when tbe balanoi

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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