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Pnblic Notices r TIT ISB pA-BBOH ' TEACHER OF MUSIO. t Fortnight's . vacation commeno'ng 20th t Deoember instant. j Lessons resumed 3rd January, 1889; •• j -. : = TO THE LADIES OF ASHBURTON. Misses Morrison ft Holloway dress and maktlb makers Takobed Stbbet ASHBURTON. 5 169 J . _ f : i A CARD.I Miss Oabson, TEACHER OF MUSIC, '(PIANOFORTE AND ORGAN), Bubnett Stbekt, 12 101 VISITORS TO MELBOURNE JjT - - Should Consul* the __Wr_W Well-known and Suo- _^_^VhH WmW____\W_\-_^^ kM CHRONI ° OM > >LAINT *• ■ B ffl ____\_^r Cure guaranteed, ____\W^ FRS-3 CONSULTATION. ■W\ f 63 Flinders St: W. t Melbourne. QUOD FAOIMUS VALDE FAOIWUB (•« What wo do we do* well,") Tail. O H B I B T OaiJ R O H D B' N TA L BTJRGERY,* 168 Cashel Street, Chriatc-urch, next Robinson's Boot Store, and at tbo Octagon, Dnne-in. All operations at strictly uniform ana moderate Fees. Comultatlon free. S. MYERS~AND CO., BUROBbn DBNTIBTB. _ • ___t/r // \ _** //» v^\^s}y VwftmuT teeth aa with teet« NTT-08. O__!DE GAS administered. This Aneastbetto leaves no unpleasant effects, and by Its nse the enaction of B*« Stamps and Teeth is rendered perfectly Painless and Effective, Admini-tfred dally. Fee for administration of Was, 6s. Extraction. 2s 6da -tooth. Hoars of attendance, 9am. to 8 p.m. Private residence, 93 Bast Belti „._,-, The acknowledged superiority of AMBttlOAN DENTISTS? ln the constrnotlon of Artificial Teeth, the n»o_t finished workmanship, and replacing tbe lost teeth TtfMfOBABILY ALMOST IMMBDIATBLY after extraction, have established our repntatios. ( A single Artißoial Tootb, 10s , complete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £10 10s: Artificial Teeth and Dentures made y other dentists remodelled at small cost. opping, Scaling, Fernet and Painlos Wm. Zander TOBACCONIST, FISHING TACKLE, AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM, AND HAIR DBEBBING SALOON, East Street. I HAVE muoh pleasure m announcing that m addition to my present Premises I have opened m the adjoining Shop, lately 1 occupied by MeD.-Mo-Fabxanb, a Grand Aeeortment ot TOYB AND FANCY GOODS/ Specially bought by me while ha Melbourne and Sydney at a CONSIDERABLE DISCOUNT. Theße Goods are now on exhibition, and I invite the Public to come and inspect for themselves for the approaching Holidays. EVERYTHING NEW. EVEBYTHING GOOD; EVERYTHING CHEAP Come early and buy your Bargains, j Toys by the million; Liberal Disoount to Schools apd Globe. Large Stock of Fishing Tackle, including everything requisite for tho Sport. Cricketing, L-ftrn Tennis, and Football Materials. Meerechaum Pipes and Tobacconists Goods m Variety. Note the AddressNext to MONTGOMERY'S BUILDINGB East Street, Ashbnrton, 12 90 THE DEERING AIL STEEt TWiHE BINDER 18 THE LIGHTEST, MOBT SIMPLE, and MOST PERFEOT Harvesting Machine m nee. Being built entirely of Steel is Practically Indestructible. BESIDES the GOLD MEDAL gained at Wawnambool the DEERING has won TWENTY^ONE FIRBTand SEVEN SECOND PRIZES this Season lo Australia^ Tbe DEERING has the LARGEST! SALE throughout the world of anyj Peaper and Binder. ' j Only a LIMITED NUMBER of Machines now left for disposal Those requiring the DEERING must make Early Application. Twine, Wire, and Oils and Deerin Extras. JOHN G. BESTELL, -. . . ■ Wfst street, 13*103 Aihburtoo,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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