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Public Notices. GLASGOW DRAPERY anc 1 CLOTHING COMPANY Wil > i °PJl^j^riday A Sii BURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL 3 TENDERS FOR DOG COLLARS. t mEffDISRS are invited for the supplj : JL of Dog Collars for the year 1880. , (Specifications mf»y be seen on applloaion to iho Town Clerk, to whom tenfJora, together with a gnurantea deposit of £2, fir-j to be Btnt m by 32 u'o'uok noon oi< MOJSDA'f, (he 10th December, ]888 UHaS. E. FOOKS. TonnO.erk. B rvuah Council Office, 3rd December, 1888. 12 28 ASH BURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL SCAVENGING CON TK ACT. f ENDERS aro invited from Persons !> willing to rerform tbe dntieß of SCAVENGER to tba Borough for one or three years. Speo ficstlona and oocdit'oas ;o&y bo Been on application to the T>wn OJerk, to whom tenders, together with a ({UJtantge deposit of £5, are to be aent not Inter than 12 nooa on MONDAY, tbe 10 eh iuat. The low* s or any tender will not necessarily be accepted . OH AS. B. FOOKS, Town Clerk. Borough Council Office, Dricomber 3, 1888 12 29 ST, STEPHEN'S CHURCH, ASHBORTON. fpHE ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY L WILL BE DELD IN THB Parsonage Garden ON Thursday, 13tb_December, 1888 Stalls for the Sale of Needlework, JTruil Garden aod Farm Produce, ©to. Brass Band at 4 p.m. Vabioub Amusements. Admission, including tea, Is 6d ; Chil dren, Is, or two for Is 6d. Gates open a 2 pm. lit 31 P. & D, Duncan AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKEBS, WILLS STREET, ASBBURTOtf. IN addition to the Implements we hav< hitherto been manufacturing ; we an now making a new Pattern grass mower, Farmers having Hay should inspect out mower before purchasing elsewhere. Sample to ba seen at our Aehburton Branch, also an Improved Turnip and Manure Drill for which we obtained the Special Prize at Timarn Show. Stalker's Feeders — wo have greatly improved these for this Beacon. Stalker's sack lifter simple and effective • Askburton Gdree cutters, over thirty ia use j Ashburton strippers the best stripper for saving seed on land that has been lightly stocked. W© hnve a large stock of MoCobhiok extras at reduced price*, and numerous improved fittings of our own design. Repaira to Reapers and Binders carried oat m the best possibla manner and with the greatest expedition and at reasonable price?. We have imported direct '• quantity of Drum beaterß, perforated Zidc, Smith's wire, etc, for Threshing Machines and cm repair thceo Machines at prices much lower than hitherto. > J. KEIR,: 12+55 "Kansgeri INSTANTANEOUJ PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS G. S. PAUL AND CO., North Panedin Portrait Rooms, Danedln, have opened a Branch Studio for a Brief Season only m Moore street, Aehburton, opposite Royal Hotel, known bb Taylor'o Portrait Roome, extending over tbe Christmas and Hew Year till the 21st 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 hfmeelf, who m so well-known, being the first to introduce to the Colony the Bromide Enlargement, and to the world that Dry Plates were and are tbe acme for fidld work. Inventor of the Gladstone Camera, &c, &oi See Teetimoniali, Circulars, and Pesters. All Branches of Photography executed and finished at our Danedln House, by which means only can a Travelling Photographer seoore first-class and permanent work. We were the first to Introduae this method Into the Colony. OUR PRICES, by Deposit Ticket, whloh mnet be secured before the 25tb December to share our Holiday Low Prices : — Cabinets, per dozen, 15s, usual price £2 2*; Group, 2s 6d per extra figure; (Jartc de Vislte, per doz^n. 7s 6d, usaul prlct ,£1 ss ; Groups, Is 6d extra each figure j Boudolrß, per dogen, 30a, usual price £4 4a ; Do, per half dc z-m, 20a, ueual price £2 10*. Deposit Tickets, 2s 6d eaoh, oac be obtained from Travailing Agents, wht will wait on you and explain aiiythlnt required, or at tbe Stndlo. Come earlj to prevent the rush at Holiday time. Any person holding a Deposit Tlcke can deolde what efssa they require whet being photogrsphtd, when tbe b&Uoei munt be paid, 12ti CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. ANDKEW ORR IS SHOWING NOVELTIES IN MANTLES and JACKETS. LATESr NOVELTIES IN HATS AND BONNETS. CREAM AND EMBROIDERED DREESES. LATEST NOVELTIES IN Ribbon, Flowers, Feathers, and Sunshade Novelties m Plushes, Silks, and Cos turns Cloths. Great Bargains m La flips' Boots ; Girl School Boots from 4s (Jd, Gents' Suits Ashburton Tweed froi 30a. APREW ORR,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2008, 8 December 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2008, 8 December 1888

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