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WESTERFIELD FLOUR MILLS. EARMERS and other Settlers to th Aehburton Dlitriot are In forme that the above MlUi are now prepared t do gristing In any quantity at lowei rates, and having a First-Olau Mllle engaged, satisfaction oan be guaranteed Grain for gristing can be left at my sho In Tanored street. G. J. F. LUBLOW, - ■ Proprietor. £20 REWABD. IN oonsequenoa of the amount o Poaohing going on m the Greeks 01 the Lagmhor Estate, the above rewan will be paid to anyone giving inf ormatfyi that will lead to a conviction. From this date NO ONE will be permitted to fish m the Creeks m th< Lagmhor Estate. ' ■■ DONALD MoLEAft. Laghmor, Ist April, 1889 4{S MOTIOE OF CHANGE. Dr. J. H, TOWNEND, |^ONBULTING Physician, 183 Oolombc \j Street (opposite Bank of New Zealand), Ohrlatohuroh (Hon Visiting Phy •iolan, Ohrlstohuroh Hoapltal 10 yean). Hours ot Oomultatlon from 12 nntii 2 p.m., and from 7.30 until 9 p.m*, Sundays exoepted. N.B.—OonsuUatlbn by letter. :- 63t4 ASHBURTON GOAL and FIEEWOO DEPOT. KQ *pEAN begs to Inform his O« X) friends and the public generally that he has secured a fresh supply of best Newcastle coal whioh he intends to sell at GBEATLY REDUOED PBIOE& Also m stock— Mount Bomere, Malvern, Westport, and Newcastle Ooal. Firewood, Post and Rails, Stakes, Strainers, etc, oto., Oats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, Chaff, Ohlokwheat, etc. R. S. BEAN, West Street, THE j Lenitive Pectoral Syrnp, B. Flon IS AN Infallible remedy for Oatabbbs,' Bbonohitis, Golds, and all Bbohohial Affections. : It is for over Sixty Tbabs presoribed by the medical Celebrities. Georges Paste of fc-pinal A Peotobal L1QU0B10& Bonbon, is proved to be efficacious against Colds,' Neevous Coughs, and all irritations of the Throat and Chest. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. REYNAL SONS bt Co, Ghimists, •sravj 'jflogirvj; araa *8g Eden George EDEN GEORGE'S GREAT DISCOVERT, i ■ . ■' I EDEN GEOBiSE begs Jto inform the inhabitants of Ashburion and suN roandingr dietrioto ■ that he has nut discovered a MOST IMPOBTANI PBOOESS by which Photographs can be produced at - ONE-FOURTH THE USUAL GOBI :."•■■.•. : ' i And that he has consequently reduced hii prices as under".— ' ■ '■ • I Gsrtode Visitee, 5s per doe., old 'price! 25s per doz. {Cabinet*. 10s per doz, old price, 50a pier clcz ; Boudoirs, Ids per doz,' old prioe, 90s per doe; other sizes proportionately reduoed. Persons who were Photographed during the Ashburton visit oan obtain extra copies at the above prices adding exchange and postage. -. <-, ■ i c Although the above prices are so txtremely small the finest work is£uaran> eed, as the Photof* taken by the ne^ process are vastly snperlor to those taken by the old one, and they are more permanent, At tha above prices all Photos '■ must 'be prepaid for, as no ledger will be kep*t and on no account will this rule be broken. When visiting Ghristchurch don't forget to visit Eden George's Vestibule where over 1500 excellent Photographs are to be seen vithout charge. KiDEU George, thb popaciß paorjiUpasß !

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2142, 4 June 1889

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