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TO THE LADIES OP ASHBURTON. Misses Morrison &:Holloway dbess.and mantle makers TanobedßStbeet ASHBURTON. 5 169 A CARD.; iVJ iss Carson, TEACHER OF MUSIC, (PIANOFOBTE AND OUGAN), Bubnxtt Street, 12 101 VISITORS TO MELBOURNE^ Should Coniult tho _<^Br^k Well-known and SuobV^S B. W^BP^ m Chronic ComplwnT8 ' BBBfly^ Gur« guaranteed, mjvJßKpr FUSE CONSULTATION, :lr 63 Flinders St. W., Melbourne. QXJOD FAOIMUS VALDE FAOIMUS (•' What we do we do well.") Tt£& OHRISTOtTuROH DE NTAL SURGEEY, 168 Oaehel Street, Chrietcharoh, next Bobinson's Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Dnnedin. All operations at atriotly uniform and moderate Fees. OoMnltation free. S. MYEKB~~Am) CO., SURGEON DENTISTS. ■ • WrUQUrTCETH 525 ttiXM^EEIS NITaOU t OXIDE GAS adminiflterefli Thia Attsaatbetic leaves no unpleasant effects, and by its nae the extraction of Bad Stumps and T««th l« »o»J*«d r'nt^My Painless and Effective. Administered daUy~r«> f&r adminiatmtion of Gas, 6a. ExfraenonT- 2b oa a -tooth. Hours of attendance, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private reddence, 93 Bast Belt; , The acknowledged superiority of AMERICAN DENTISTRY m the construction of Artificial Teeth, ;the most finished workmanship, and replacing the losb teeth T£M« K>RABIIiY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraction, have established onr reputatios. A Bingle Artificial Tooth, 10a , complete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £10 10a; Artificial Teeth and Dentures mads >y other dentiita remodelled at Bmall coat. Stopping, Scaling, Periect and Painle«B . INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY MESSRS G. s"T"PAUL AHD CO., North Dnnedin Portrait Rooms, Donedin, have opened a Branch Studio for a Brief Season only m Moore street, Aehburton, opposite Boy al Hotel, known at Taylor's Portrait Booms, extending over tbe Christmas and Neir Tear tllltbe 21' at of January, 1889, where they are prepared to do Photography as never lefore approaohed, and at prloes equally low for the quality of work. All work will be executed by Mr Paul himself, who is so well-known, being the first 'to lntroduoe to the Colony the Bromide Enlargement, and to the world that Dry Plates were and are the acme for field work. Inventor of the Gladatone Camera, &o, &o; See Testimonials, Circulars, and Posters. All Branohes of Photography exeouted and finished at our Dunedln House, by whioh means only oan • Travelling Photographer secure first-olass and permanent work. We were the first to Introduae this method Into the Colony. OUR PBIOES, by Deposit Ticket, whioh must be secured before' the 25th December to share our Holiday Low Prloes :- Cabinets, pei dozen, 15b, usual price £2 2b; Group, 2a 6d per extra figure; Uarte de Vislte, per dozen. 7a 6d, uaual price £1 ss; Groups, la6d extra eaoh figure ; Boudoirs, per dosen, 30a, usual price £4 4a ; Do. per half dozan, 20a, usual price £2 10a. Deposit Tloketa, 2a 6d eaob, oan be obtained from Travelling Agents, who will wait on you and explain anything required, or at the Stndlo, Come early to prevent the rush at Holiday time. Any person holding a Deposit Tloket oan deolde what size they require « hen being photographed, when tbe balance mnnt be paid. 12t th T. BullocK T7IOR SALE— Single-seated Buggy. T. BULLOCK. TO LET-— 6-roomed house In Cameron Street,— Apply to ■ • ■ ' T. BULLOCK. TO LET— A 6-roomed House m Cox Sheet.— Apply to T. BULLOCK. TO LET, HOUSE of 5 Rooms, together with about 9 Acres of Grass Land; rental 10s 6d per week. Apply to T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE. T IGHT Spring Dray (new) made In I J such a way that it could be ÜBed as a tip cart Apply to T. BULLOCK. FOB SALE, 1 AA ACRES fronting the Main South lyv Boad, not far from the Baoecourse, , „ __ Apply to T. BULLOCK WINSLOW. nOR SALE.— Lots 67 and 74 Low ** price will beaooepted. y Apply to * X, BULLOCK

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2014, 15 December 1888

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