WfiSTERbItiLD FLOUR MILLS. I ITIABMERS and other Settlers m the Jj Asbburton District are Informed that the above Mills are now prepared to .do", gristing In any quantity at ioweit rates, and having a First>Olass Miller engaged, satisfaction can be guaranteed. Grain for gristing oan be left at my shop In Tanored street. Q. J. F; fcUBIiOW, Proprietor* ; £20 REWABD. XN consequence of the amount of X- Poaohing going on 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 data NO ONE will bo perttlrted ho . fien m the Creeka cv the Xasmhor Estate. DONALD MoLEA»/ Laghmor, Ist April, 1889 452 NOTICE OF CHANGE. ~ De. J. H.TOWNEND, /CONSULTING Pbyslolan, 183 Colombo \j Btreet (opposite Bank of New Zea^ land), Ohrlstohorch (Hon Visiting PhW* slolan, Ohrlatohuroh Hospital 10 years). r Hours of Consultation . from 12 ' tanjfcfr 2 p.m., and from 7iSO until 9 p.m^ SundaysjftXQepkad. N.B.— Consultation by letter. L ; , v ,, ;, . ..,.; • ..eaii ABEBOBTON COAL and FIBBWOO DEPOTi y rT>EAN Ugi >> Morrn r h'li friends 'and tte-publio f that he has secured a freih supply of best Newcastle coal which' he intends to sell at GREATLY REDUCED PBIOE& Also m stock— Mount Somere, Malvern, Westport, and Newcastle Ooal. Firewood* Post and , Rails,, Stakes, Strainers, etc., oto fl Oats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, Ohafi, Chick wheat, : etc. R. S. BEANi' Woßt Street, THE Lenity Pectoral Sppj H. Flon IS AN Infallible remedy for Oatibhh«, Bhonohitis, Golds, and allßiiOHcjHiiii AnrHcnoNs. ;, r It is foroyerSiiTX YKAESpreßCribedby the.medioal Celebrities. 1 G&org&s Paste of; I ■?'■ Epinal;: A,, Pkotoral Liquokiq^ Bonsoß, is prpyed to be efficaoious aoaisat CbtDS, NBBVbirs Coughs, and all irntafions of the THRdAT and CHEaf ; BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. REYK'AL SONS et Co, CHTHisxtT, ' •Bravj 'jiadaaivj atria *8g Eden Georne EDEN GECWSi GREAT DISCOVERT* EDEN GEORGE begs |to Inform && inhabitant* of Ashbuttbn and surronhding districts that: he \has^just discovered a MOST ; IMBOBTA9I PROCESS by which Photographs oan bf produced at ONE-FOUBTH THE USUAL GOBI And that he haa consequently reduced bii prices as under :— Carte de Visv tee, 6s per doa.) Old 25s' per doB. ; Oabmeis^ 10s j»r :dqzf! old price, 50«* per doz; Bbudoinij 16s per doz, old : price, < 90s per dos ; other lifes proportiooately reduced Persons who frere Photographed dur&R the Aehbnrton visit can obtain extra comes at the above prices adding exohanf ßand postage. c Although the aboye prices ate bo tztremely small the finest Workis guara^., i! eed,' as the- Photo* taken< fey fcbemew prooeßS are vastly snperibr to thoaQ: taken by • the old one, and , , they , are. . p^re permanenti;. At the above prices all Photoj must be prepaid for, ob no ledger ,wUl tm kept anu on no aoobunt will this rule be broken, j When visiting Obristohurch don't forget to visit Eden George's Vestibule: whdre over 1600 excellent Photographs art tojbr seen without oharge. ujden George, THB VWVItiR PHOWGiatPaiH
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