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Public Notices. GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY will open on Friday Germina. Fleßh and Bono^ Producer, All Grocers WESLEYAtf OHURCR " The Australian Colonies contrasted with New Z aland." A LECTURE on tha above subject will i.c delivered by Mr D. fl Browk, on MONDAY, December lOib, at 8 p.m. Collection at tbe close.- Pro* oeeda towarda X%aa Dinner for tbe inmates of the Old Men's Home. 12t44 ABHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. IRRIGATION FARM. NOTICE Is hereby given that tho Irrigated Oow Grass will be out by a Maooey Mower oa TUESDAY, 18tb Instant, commencing at 2 p.m. Farmers roßpsotfully invited to attend and Inspect tho oropa on the Farm Refreshments provided by the Agent. By Order. F. MAINWABIN&, 12t65 Oletk. ASHRORTON AND TINWALD SALEYARDB. | NOTICE. mHBRE will be NO SALE durbg X Christmas and New Year Weeks. The next Sale after that on the 18 f h will be held at tho Aehburton Yards on TUESDAY, Bth Jauuary, 1889. GEO. JAMESON, Secretary, Aahburton County Stook and 12*64 Kaleyards Company, Llm, LONGBEAOH, ROAD BOARD fpS^DERB are Invited for :— Repairing Bridges, Clearing Drain, and Metalling m Boundary Road, between Long beach. Road and the Hinds. Forming part of Terrace Road about 100 chair, B. Particulars at our Office. Tenders olose at 12 o'clock noon on FJRIDAY, December 14th, O. E. FOOKS & SON, 12|41 District Surveyorg. MoOORMIOK BINDERS. A N EXPERT for these Machines will be In Ashburton before Harvest* Farmers wishing a visit from him will please oommunloate with m at once. JOHN ORR AND CO., Agent for Aehburton, ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH, ASHBURTON. THE ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY WILL BE BELD IN THE Parsonage Garden ON Thursday, lSthDecember, 1888 Stalls for the Sale of Needlework, Fruit, Garden and Farm Produce, eto. Brass Band at 4 p.m. Various Amusements. Admission, including tea, la 6d ; Children, Is, or two for Is 6d. Gates open at 2 pm. lit 139 INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS G. S. PAUL AND CO., North Danedin Portrait Rooms, I Dunedln, have opened a Branch Studio for a Brief Season only In Moore street, Aahburton, opposite Royal Hotel, known as Taylor's Portrait Rooms, extending over the Christmas and New Year till the 21st of January, 1889, where they are prepared to do Photography as never before approaohed, and at prices equally low for the quality of work. All work will be executed by Mr Pxtn. himself, who is so well-known, being the first to Introduce to the Colony the Bromide Enlargement, and to the world that Dry Plates were and are the acmt for field work. Inventor of the Gladstone Camera, &o, &o; See Testimonials, Circulars, and Posters. All Branohes of Photography executed and finished at our Danedin House, by whloh means only can a Travelling Photographer seoure first-olaai and permanent work. We were the first to Introduse this method Into the Colony. OUR PRICES, by Deposit Tioket, whloh mast b» secured before the 25th Deoember to share our Holiday Low Prices ;— Cabinets, pee doeen, 15s, usual ptioe £2 2s; Group, 2s 6d per extra figure; Carte de Vislte, pbt dozen, 7s 6d, usual price £1 5a ; Groups, Is 6d extra eaoh figure ; Boudoirs, per doien, 30a, usual prloe £4 4s ; Do, per half dessn, 20a, usual prloe £2 10a. Deposit Tickets, 2s 6d each, oan be obtained from Travelling Agents, who will wait on you and explain arjythlne required, or at the Studio. Come early to prevent the rush at Holiday time. Any person holding a Deposit Tioket oan deolde what siiss they reqnire when being photographed, when tbe balance mnnt be paid. 131*5 CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. 'ANDREW ORR IS SHOWING NOVELTIES IN MANTLES and JACKETS. LATEST NOVELTIES IN HATS AND BONNETS. CREME AND EMBROIDERED PRESSES. LATEST NOVELTIES IN Ribbon, Flowers, Feathers, and Sunshades Novelties m Plushes, Silks, and Cos-? tume Cloths. Great Bargains m Ladies Boots ; Glrla' Sohool Boots from 4s 6d, Gents' Suits Ashburton Tweed from 30a. ANDREW OER,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2009, 10 December 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2009, 10 December 1888

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