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TO THE LADIES OF ASHBURTON. Misses Morrison.&'Holloway DRESS AND MANTLH MAKERS TiNOREDgSTBBBT ASHBURTON. 6 169 A OARD.j Miss Carson, | TEACHER OF MUSIC, '(PIANOFORTE AND OiIGAN), BUBHKTT BtbEBT, 12 101 VISITORS TO MELBOURNE i^ Should Consult the A^^^M Woll-hnown and BuoB 8 m^^Sr^ Curs guaranteed, mZdBBr FBKE CONSULTATION. P^ 63 Flinders St. W., Melbourne. ' ; 1 QUOD ?AOIMU9 VALDE FAOIMUB (" What we do we do well.") TtfE OHRISTOHUROH DENTAL SURGERY, 168 Cashel Street, Ohrietchurch, next Robinson'a Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Dunedin. All operations at strictly uniform and moderate Foes. Goniultation free. S. MYERS~AND CO., BURGEON DENTISTS. vwnmurTEEiTH S5 wituX"™ NITROUt OXIDE GAS administered; Thi» Auajsthetic leaves no unpleasant effeots, and by ite übo the extraction of Bad Stumps and T»th '» -rendered perfectly Painleßß and JSffecttTe. 'A"aminlstCT«d~d»iiy.— S"ee tor adminietration of Gas, ss. Extraction, 2s 6d a tooth. Honrs of attendance, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private residence, 93 Bast Belt; The acknowledged superiority of AMERICAN DENTISTRY m the construction of Artificial Teeth, the most finished workmanship, and replacing the lost teeth TEMPORARILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraction, have established our reputation. A tingle Artificial Tooth, 10s , complete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £10 10s ; Artificial Teeth and Dentures made by other dentists remodelled at small coot. Stopping, Scaling, Feneot and Painless . INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS G. sTpATJL AND CO., North Dunedin Portrait Rooms, Dunedin, have opened a Branch Studio for a Brief Season only In Moore street, ' Aahbnrton, opposite Royal Hotel, known ■B Taylor's Portrait Booms, extending over the Ohrlßtmaa 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 exeouted by Mb Paul 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 acme for field work. Inventor of the Gladstone Camera, &o, &o: See Testimonial!, Olioulari, and Pouters. AH Branohea of Photography exeouted and finished at our Dunedin House, by whloh means only oan a Travelling Photographer secure first-class and permanent work. We were the first to Introduce this method Into the Colony. OUR PRICES, by Deposit Ticket, whloh must be seoared before the 25th December to thare our Holiday Low Prices : — Cabinets, pei dozen, 15s, usutA price £2 2s; Group, 2s 6d per extra figure; Carte de Vislte, per dozen. 7b 6d, usual price £1 sa ; Groups, la 6d extra each figure ; Boudoirs, per doien, 30s, usual price £4 4s ; Do. per half dozen, 20a, usual price £2 10a. Deposit Tickets, 2a 6d each, oan be obtained from Travelling Agents, who will wait on yon and explain any thine required, or at the Studio. Come early to prevent the rush at Holiday time. Any person holding a Deposit Tloket oan deoldewhat size they require when being photographed, when the balanoe mqnt be paid. 12+5 T. Bulloca T7IOR SALE— Single-seated Boggy. T. BULLOCK. TO LET— S roomed house In Cameron Street. — Apply to T. BULLOCK. TO LET—A 6-roomed House In Cox Street.— Apply to T. BULLOCK. TO LET. HOUSE of 15 Rooms, together with about 9 Aoreß of Grass Land ; rental 10s 6d per week. Apply to T, BULLOCK, JfOR SALE. [T" IGHT Spring Dray (new) made In I J such a way that it could be used as a tip cart pp t. Bullock. FOB SALE, 1 AA AORE3 fronting the Main South lUU Road, not far from the Baoecoune. . Apply to T. BULLOCK WINSLOW. ™R SALE— Lots 67 and 74 Low tv , prloe will be aooepted. \ A ppiy to I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2010, 11 December 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2010, 11 December 1888

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