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15 W^STERFIELD FLOUR MILL&. IjIARMEBS and other Settlers (n the Jj . Ashburlon Dlstrlot are Informed that the above Mills are now prepared to do gristing In any quantity at lowest rates, and having a First-Olass Miller engaged, satisfaction can rbe guaranteed. j9ra«n for gf istlng can be left at my shop In Tanored street. , G. J. '* tiUBLOW, ii '■ ' Proprietor. ■ . .. ; ; ) = — • £&0 REW^b. IN rconsequenoe of th» amount of Poaching going on : in the jOreekJß on the . Lagmhqr Estate, the above reward . ,wiH be paid to anyone, giving Tnfbrmatioa ' that will lead to a . oohyiotion: / From trlis date W 6fi(E wdl be ber- ' tnlrted -to ■ fish m the ' Greeks r>n r the I 'Lagmhor 'Estate. ■>■■'•■ o - J»OKAIiDMoLEAIi. i Lagbmor, Ist A^r'd, 1888 , '4^2 , NOTICE OF OHAHQE. .m, h H^ "SOWNEND, CONSULTING P&ytlblan, 183 Colombo \j Street fopposlte Bank of New K«a---4 land), -ObrlstoharcTi CHoa) VWtlng Phy : fldlan, Ohrittoharoh Hospital 10, yeats). flours" of Conapltation w from .12 '•, ontli 2 p.m.. • 4bjJrXrom "nnil 9 'pm* Sundays exoepted. Nik -oonealUtlo7by letter, ;;/-■■ :" ; :; v ■:••■ ■- ->0M AfeHfi^RTON OOAL aM FIBEWOO " -.:.. "JDEPOT. ■■"■ T : iQ iI)EAN begs to inform I his fix .; )tKj« JJ > friends /and r.ihe ;publip generally that he haa scoured afresh supply of best Newcastle coal whioh'he intends to Bell at QBE A.TLY REDUCED tPBtOES, Also hi atook—MouDt Bomers, Malvrirb, WMpart, ind 'Newcastle Goal. Firewood, Post and : RaUe/ Stakes, Strainers, etc., oto., Oats, "Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, Ghaff, Ohlokvheat, etc. '•'-.■ ' ,-: ■:■■ ■:■ ■'•-R.Abean,: . Weßt Street ■'•; iff - -■ *'■ • 1' .'.,•••- •; . . ; .. LenitiVe Pectoral Syrnp, H.Flon , IQo^MalW^edyjfor^^BH^ 9 Bbonohitis, Golds, and all BMorOHIAL AfFKOnONB. .j . It ißior ovetSiiTi Tiabs prescribed by the' medical Oelebritleß. Georges Paste of ;,,;' : 'Epitial ' - A ; PBOTORIi^ tlQUofeOB BoNBOlf, is J proved to be effioaoious ag^atbst C6tDB, Ii Nje^vous Coughs, and all irritations of the 1 Throat and Chest, •• ■ «1 BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. jj c REYNAIi SONS iffr Co, OnkMiSts, T •sravj 'j.OLQg.T.Tvr anxLJow -^ ~ Eden George ** — ; [ ~~~ ~ IBM 6EOMFS 6 ■ :...:, ] EDEN GEORGE begs {to inform { the inhabitants' of Ashburton and jmr> ronnding distriotp , i that he has just jdi^Qvewd;; a i.MOST , „ IM|«OBT4NI PROOBSS by wb'ich Photograph* <;an hi produoed at ONE-FOtrSTH THE USUAL OOSI And that he has consequently reduoed hu prices as under :^ '< Qartode yWtefl, perdos., old f prioe. 25s per,dO8 M ; Oabinets, 10s per dozj old rice, '60b peir doz; Boudoirs, ,15a i per d05,,. 01d .prioe'," 90a, per 'dois^dther jsizee ;; Jr®ortio n J ateiy rtfdtfced. ; ' Pensonß who were Photographed during the Ashburton virit can obtain extra o^plea 1 at the above prices adding exohanjr « and postage. c Although the 7 ' above «stibev" i ft)etie' a eed, as 1 the talwnSby/the new i process are vaetlysnperlpr to those. Ukep I by. the old one, and they are more permanent, I At the above prices all Photos must be m prepaid for, bb no tedge* will be, kept and it on no account will this rule be broken. ■»■'■■ 10 te to : visit 7 Eden Gebrge'fl yestibule where \t over' 1600 excellent PhbtogTaphs are to W U aeea without olwrge, I* ' 16 to ir, m » JSiasSs' €tB6ROe, >r, oh

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889