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Anctiona kB SATURDAY, Bth DEOEMBER, 1888 * FARM of 139 ACRES, closo to Ashbnr on DTdOMAS haa received instructions , ftom Mr D. Oampbell to Sell by Public Aucfciou kb nb'jvc, nt Tat'oraali'a, . Woet atreet, As! burtor, — ■' All that Block of L»nd comprlaorl m P.S, 25628 and parts of 25626 oni 25667, containing 139 Acres, 3 more or Icbb, wl f hln 2£ m«lo3 of 1 Asbbarton and ad j fining Scolßton, all securely fenced, plenty of WBter, 2 3-Roomed weatherboard OoUßge and Outbuildings There nro abont 70 Acres In Oa'e, a fair crop Inspection la Invited. Terms &t Sale. > Sale at 12.30 o'olook. ) » D. THOMAS. » 12t3 Ashborton. DTHOMAShaH reoeived Instruotlons # from the Mortgagee to Sell by Public Anotlon, At Tattersall'p, Weat Street, Ashborton, On SATURDAY, December Boh, 1888, At 12.30 o'clock sharp, That Property known as fcCOTSTO^T, cnntainlDg 300 ACRES, being R.S. 27197 and 27243, aitu»ted fronting en the South Rood, about two miles acd a half from Ashburton. The L-nd is wjII fenced, ia all In English granr, and has plenty of water upon it. There la a Good floaae and other Outbuildings. Alao, Shcepyarda, &o. For farther p«rHcalors apply to H. V. ANSON, Erg., Christchuroh. D. THOMAS, Auctioneer, Aahburloo. The above sale offers a chance to a Stock Dealer not often met with, and as It mtißt be sold the opportunity should not be negleoted. 12t<4

Public Moticea SHEEP SHEARS, 11 A'a, BB A'a, and BB&NZ's; and genuine Turkey Btonea. — Robert Aloorn, Saundora Bnlldlngg.

Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL of all descriptions, m any quantity at full market prices. G. BISSET. Residence and Office— Tanored street Eait. Store (Mr G. Jameson's) West street. 11 £8 TO THE LADIES OP ASHBURTON. Misses Morrison & ! Holloway dres3 and mantlk makers Tancbed^Stbeet ASHBURTON. 6 169 A CARD.) Misb Carson, , teacher of music, (pianoforte and organ). Bubnetx Street, 12 101 ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH, ASHBURTON. I < THE ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY \ WILL BE BELD IN THB ■' Parsonage Garden > ON Thursday, 13th_December, 1888 ] Stalls for the Bale of Needlework, Fruit, Garden and Farm Produce, etc. The Aehburton Band will be m attendance VARIOUS AMDSBMBNTB. 1 Admission, including tea, Is 6d ; Children, Is, or two for 1b 6d. Gates open at 2 pm. lit 1 39 Frozen Meat "TT7"E are prepared to make LIBERAL VV ADVANCES on Frozen Meat placed m onr hands for sale In the Home Markets, Messrs Mtxes Bros., etc,, onr London Agents, give special attention to this business, and have boen successful m obtaining the Highest prices. \ SHIPPERS CAN DEPEND ON LIBERAL ADVANOES, PROMPT SETTLEMENT, SEPARATE ACCOUNT SALES From the moment that Stock are h delivered at the Freezing Works or m the railway truckß to our order we undertake responsibility of Shipping and payment ° of all local charges, Freight, Insurance, £ etc., thus relieving shippers of all trouble *- and loss of time. MILES & CO., Christchurch. . GEORGE JAMESON, Agent, Asbburton and Kakaln. INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS G. S. PAUL AND CO., North Danedia Portrait Roomi, Dunedln, have opened a Branch Stndlo for a Brief Season only m Moore street, Ashburton, opposite Royal Hotel, known ts T«ytor'i Portrait Rooms, extending over the Christmas acd New Year till the 21at of January, 1889, where they are prepared to do Photography aa never before approaohed, and at prlcea equally low for tho quality of work. AH work will be executed, by Mr Paul hlraoejf, who is so well-known, bolng the first tp Introduce to the Colony the Bromide Enlargement, and to the world that Dry Plateß were and are tho acmp for fiald work. Inventor of the Gladstone Camera, &o, &o: See Testimonials, Circulars, and Posters. All Branches of Photography execrated and finished at our Dunedln House, by which means only can a Travelling Photographer seccre firat-olasa and permanent work. We were the first to Introdusß this method into the Colony. OUR PRICES, by Deposit Ticket, ithioh mnst be eeoared before the 25th Deoember to share our Holiday Low Prices : — Cabinets, per dozen, 16s, uaaal prloe £2 2i; Group, 2a 6d per extra figure; Carte de Vislte, per dozen, 7s 6d, usoal price £1 sa ; Groups, la 6d extra eaoh figure ; l Boudoirs, per dosen, 30i, usual price $4 4a; Do. per half dcipn, 2pa, usual prloe £3 10*. Deposit Tickets, 2« 6d eaob, oan be obtained from Travelling Agents, who will wait op you and explain anything required, or at the Studio. Come early to prevent the ruah at Holiday time. Any person holding a Depoalt Ticket oan deolde what efae they require when being pbotogcaphed. when, tb,Q balance roonbopua, r ist*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2006, 6 December 1888

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