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GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY, East Street, next Patching, Sailmaker. H. J. WOOD & Go BTATIONBRS' HALL, iTriedlander's Buildings Ashburton. NEW BOOKS. A LARGE Selection of the latent cheap Editlocs. No* Booka for School Prison and Presentation In preat variety. A BpocU discount to School and Library Oom mltteen OHRIBTMAS AND NEW YEAR OARDS, New Season 1888-89. A LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT Now re>dy for Inspection, iDolud^ng Ghroran, Hand Painted, and Photo Oardi o New Zealand Scenery, suttabfo for •ending to Friends m other p»rtg of the werld. Large stock of Stationery and Aeobnnt Books of every description. Writing O*se» and Deski, Scrap, Photo, and Fern Albumq, Wo.rV Boxen, Poises, Oard Oases, Pocket Booka, Photo Frames, and every description of Fanoy Stationery, LETTS DIARIES OR *389. Commercial, Rongb, and Pocket Series if. j. wood & co, STATIONERY HALL, ASHBURTON. ; . A. JSarrtßoiii : Alfred Harrison, AUCTIONEER, STOOK AND ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at 12 o'clock sharr • Cattle, Plga, Prod no 0 and Merchandlao, I \ Farming Implements and Tehioles » of atl kinds constantly m Yards on view FOR SALE. . ' Clearing Stales held In town or Ooantry f as required, and most 'liberal terms r arranged with both' Bayers and Sellers. j <__. Rents collected, and the Business of Absentees managed with care. I Valuation made of Properties or Merchandise on easy terms. t Advances made instantly on Goods delivered at the Store for Sale. & fjlO LET— Commodious Resldeooe on . X East Belt, lately ocoopled by O. t Hawbon, Rtq. Contains 6 rooms}; large '• fiandaome dining room; 18 x 12. Wind ' mill pomp, beautiful garden, 2 acres, and 9 every oonvobienoe. Bent very moderate • -^^M^Tr-Wiofis In Ooleman's Bulldjgr*n/S,B.- Bedacecr"rentßr~t3roocl brick buildings handsome shops. Agbhtforthb Norwich Onion Fire Insurance Company. ■ ALFRED HARRISON. Eden George. EDEN GEORGE'S GREAT DISCOVERY. * i EDEN GEORGE befie to Inform the inhabitants of ABhburton and surrpnnding districts that he has just discovered a MOST IMPORTANT PROOESB by which Photographs can be produced at ONE-FOURTH ;.THE USUAL COST, i And that ho has consequently reduced his prices as under : — Carte de Visiteß, 5a per doe., old price, 25b per doz- ; Cabinets, 10s per doz, old price, 50a per dec ; Boudoirs, 15a per doz, old price, 90b per qoz ; other sizes proportionately reduced. J 1 Persona who were Photographed during the Ashbnrton visit oan obtain extra copies at the above prices adding exchange and postage. Although the above prices are bo extremely small th« finest work is guaranteed, as the Photon taken by the new prooeea are vastly saperior to those taken by the old o»e, and they are also permanent. At the above prices all Photos must be prepaid for, ac no ledger will bi» kept and on no aooount will this rule be broken. When visiting Christohurch don't forget to visit Eden George's Vestibule where over 1500 excellent Photographs are to be teen without oharge. Eden George, THE [POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHER

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2011, 12 December 1888

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