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Business Notices. rnHE “ CRUSADER” is afloat X for Lyttelton, with a large consignment of all kinds of Material for GENTLEMEN’S CLOTHING for ALEX. CRAIGHEAD & CO., About which wo shall have something to say in this space when the Goods are delivered. A. Craighead & Go,, ■: Merchant Tailors, TANCRED STREET, (Next Orr & Co.) PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. 982a-4450 FARMERS ! FARMERS ! FARMERS ! R. McKERROW AND CO., Cash Purchasers of Wool, Grain, and all kinds of Farm Produce, and are also prepared to make Liberal CASH ADVANCES on the above placed in their hands either for sale or shipment to the English or Colonial Markets. A Large Stock of Cornsacks, Woolpacks, , &c., for sale at lowest current prices. R. McKERROW & CO., GRAIN MERCHANTS, RAKAIA. 36 SELF-BINDING HARVESTERS. MESSRS. DUNN AND RAY, Reaper and Binder Experts, TT7TSH to notify to Farmers, ConVV tractors, Merchants, and others that they are prepared to Adjust, Repair, and Repaint all kinds of Reapers and Binders. Extras and Duplicates, in Wood and Iron, on hand. None but the best of material used, and all work guaranteed. Machines examined or repaired in town or country. Orders may be left at Messrs. Jameson and Roberts, or at the workshop. AGENTS FOR THE OSBORNE STRING BINDER. THE OSBORNE STRING BINDER HAS ARRIVED. We are prepared to make arrangements with Farmers, Merchants, and others, to supply and attach the String Binder. Dunn and Ray, Junction Peter street and Wakanui road (late Hessey’s Foundry), Ashburton. Agents for SCOTT BROS.’ celebrated Leamington Cooking Ranges, Excelsior Windmills, Tomb Railings, and other Castings. Price Lists on application. 1760 HORSE FEED. OATS, BARLEY, Ac., CRUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. JOSEPH CLARK, 69g Tinwald, james McDonald, PRACTICAL TAILOR, East street, Ashburton A good Stock of Tweeds and Cloths on hax d. Summer Goods open shortly. 172 CO-OPERATIVE hi*' BAKERY, TRIANGLE, ASHBURTON. A. .Thiele,PRACTICAL BAKER AND CONFEC TIONER/ (Of 21 years’ experience in Canterbury) THANKS the Public of Ashburton and surrounding Districts for their liberal support for tbe past eight months, and trusts by continuing to supply a good wholesome loaf, made from the best flour, to merit a continuance of public support. A. Thidle guarantees bis bread to keep moist and sweet, and not liable to get as bread commonly made. Analysis : A. Thiele’s Bread has been analysed four times previous to the present, with most satisfactory results, and pronounced: the best bread in Christchurch. The following analysis has just been received from the Colonial Analyst, which speaks much for .the genuineness of the bread made at the Co-operative Bakery by A. Thiele. Report on the analysis of a sample of bread received from Mr. A. Thiele, Ashburton, Sept. 23, 1880 ; L.N. 539 Physical characteristics, a well-made bread, clean and white, and of good taste; water, 43.0-1 per cent; ash, '9O per cent ; alum, nil ; sulphuric acid, trace ; copper, nil; iron, nil ; tartaric acid, nil; reaction of aqueous infusion, slightly acid; reaction of ash, alkaline; color of ash, white. The above analysis proves this sample of bread to be well-made, of good quality, and free from adulteration. A. W. Bickerton, Colonial Analyst. Study your health by using Pure and Wholesome Bread made by A. THIELE, Practical Baker and Confectioner, And Sole Manufacturer of the Celebrated GERMAN RUSKS FOR INFANTS. 950 c HORSE CARDS. JJORSE CARDS of all sizes printed atjthe office of this paper.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 170, 19 October 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 170, 19 October 1880

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