J62a REWABD. IN oonsequenoe of the amount of Poaohing going oh m the Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate, the above reward will be paid to anyone giving information that will lead to a conviction; From this date NO ONE will be permitted to fish m the Creeks m the Lagmhor Estate. .-..*,' DONALD MoLEAfo. Laghmor, Ist April, 1889 ffi BABSAINB BAE9AINB I J. MOISON Impermeable and Practical Bootmaker^ Bffosto his first OLBABINGF BALE, tKnamenolng ; October Ist, for ONB MONTH only; when be will Jbffar to the pnblio his ohoice stook of best English and Oolonlal BOOTS AND SHOES, of all descriptions, at prioes that wm command a ready Bale for Oash.' J.M., has always on hand goods of hisown make and made to measure, which, for STYLB, FASHION, NEATNESS, and ELEGANCE. cannot be surpassed, as he s a thorough expert m this line. REPAIBS NBATLY EXEOUTED. TANCREITsTREET. Next the OLTJB, Ashburton. ASHBURTON OOAL and FIREWOO DEPOT. KQ "DEAN begs to Inform his JO« jD friends and the publio generally that he has scoured a fresh supply of best Newcastle ooal whioh he intends to sell at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Also m stook-— Mount Somers, Malvern, Westport, and Newcastle Coal. Firewood, Post and Rails, Stakes, Strainers, etc, etc., Oats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, Ohatt, Ohlokwheat, etc. R. S BEAN, West Street, THE Lenitive Pectoral Syrnp, H.FIob IS AN Infallible remedy for Catarbhs, Brohchitis, Colds, and all BkokOHIAL AITKOTIONB. It is for over Sixty Years prescribed by the medical Celebrities. Georges Paste of Epinal A Peotosal Liquobiob Bonbon, is proved to be efficaoious agalcst Colds, Nervous Coughs, and all irritations of the Throat and Chest. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. REYNAL SONS et Co, Chemists, -sravj 'jjiognVtL gag '88 Eden George EDEN GEOME'S GREAT DISCOVERY* EDEN GEORGE begs to inform tbe inhabitants of Ashburton and surronnding districts that he has just discovered a MOST IMPORTANT PROCESS by wbioh Photographs oanbe produced at ■ ONE-FOURTH THE USUAL COS! And that he has consequently reduced his prices as under : — Carte de Vintes, 6s per doz., old price. ; 25s per doz. ; Cabinets,. 10s per doz, ola \ prioe, 60a per doz; Boudoirs, 15b per . doz, old price, 90s per doz ; other sizes ' proportionately reduced. Persons who were Photographed during! the Ashburton visit oan obtain extra copies j at the above prices adding exohanf c and postage, j o Although the above prioes are so j tztremely small the finest work is guaran • • eed, as the Photos taken by the new! process are vastly superior to those taken; by the old one, and they are morel permanent, At the above prioes all Photos must be pi«pald for, as no ledger will be kept and on no account will this rule be broken. When visiting Christohuroh don't forget to visit Eden George's Vestibule where' over 1500 excellent Photographs are to by seen without charge. Eden Geoege, i THE POPULAR PHOJOttRAPHER
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