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Wanted ON'T FoRtfET Dawn of PeW Anniversary, Thacaday August Ist. 7129 CTTANTED KNOWN, Seville Changes YY foe Marmalade at Davis 1 fiost JtreeU 7 140 WANTED an elderly woman as housek eper fur tiro young msD. — &.pply Mes W. 0. Davis, East Street. 7139 WANTED— A. 0 .ok and Laundry, good wages will be given to en :x.p:^ienoed person, — Mrs G, Jameson, Dancred Stre.-t. 7 137 4 SBBORTON Lltetaiy and Debating O. Sccieiy Meeting, to-morrow night [Friday) Election of cffioers, cto. Debate on Prohib.tiou. 7 141 SA.CRED Historical Cantata, 'Naamai.' by Wes'eyan Oboir ai.d amateure, uumbetiog 40 perfo.mard. Decorations »nd euhable costumes. WEDNESDAY, August Uih. 7 98 LOST, gold ring containing one dlamond and two sapphires, between Potinatn'a, (thtoogh Douulu) and Fjoka'. F.nler sewurdtd oa leaving rlug »t this office. 7 124 iITANTiiD &ao\Tu— Alter ouoa wear YV ing "Strong- Wear" Boota you win disoard all otuers.— W, ti, Oollub, « The Corner." 6 79 DBEBENTB.— We are giving Presents XT to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards m Drapery, Boota, Clothing. &o. — H. 0. Skgebs, Melford House. ANTEI> Auown.— xnac i navo removed to more oeatrnlly situated PremUesnext Mestra W. Zander and J. Purchase, East street. — J, W. Hardley, Plumber, Gasfltter, and Tinsmith. 51198 ix /, ANTED Known. ,;■-*-.. Handsome , V 7 Presents to every Parohuer to the ' value of 2a 6d and upwards of Drapery, ' Boots, Clothing, &c— H. 0. a«GBHs, filelford Eoncs. MBS Kennedy and Misa Cameron Dresauaakers, Moore St. Teachera of the tfcientifij Dresacotting and fitting Lessons daily, (Special arrangement* for country pupils. Terms oa application. 6 56 FOlt genuine Aahourton Twcea Sultt ready-made, or to measare, fit and quality guaranteed, and at piloea anequalled, go to R. Axoobn, Ashburtoii Clothing Mart, Blunders' balldlnga. \TTANTED Knowu—The "StrongYY Wear" Boot is matchless for durability and comfort, -W. fl. Colmbr, "The Corner." 6 78 WANTED Known—Buy your Dr»" Boots, Clothing, .^w., aw mtiiiord House. A substantial Present to every purohaier 2s6dand upwards,— H.C. Sbskbs, Melford House. r^KBAT purohase by Robert Aloorn \JC from the Liquidator of the Ashburton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Bags, Shirtings, and Ladies' Drees T weeds, Sale now on at the Asbbnttun Clothing Man Saunders 1 Buildings. WANTED Ko'own— That . Miss E Simmonds, Pnpil of Mb R. Wood, having scoured a room at Saundere' Bolldlngs, is prepared to taka Pupils for the violin ; trill also wait on Pupils at their homes if required,— Miss E. SimMONDB, Creek Road, AUentop, 6 65 WANTED— To let by tender 100 Acres' good stubble land near Dromora for one orop. Tenders to be sem to F.emlogton not later than Monday, July 29kb. Highest or any tendei not neoeeaarlly accepted. Particulars may be seen at farm. — W. R. Andsbson, Dromote 7 121 READ THIS-^-New Fancy Goods ; Ar Needlework reqalsites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconist's goods ; M»daaio Weigei's Patterns ; Agent for Eollpsa Dye-works ; Registry Office for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notice. — Mrs Adams, Sanndera' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Public Notic«3 BEPOIiT ON WfiSTERFIELD MILL FLOUR. ON the analysis of a sample of flour received from G. J. F. Lublow, June 21st, 18^9. LABORATORY No. 1356. Colour. — Gocd, white with slight tinge of yellow ; no trace of bran when pressed smooth. Appenrance under the Microscope.-— Free from foreign starches, no trace of fungi or damaged etarch cjUb. Mo.'sture, 12*2 per cent ; Gluten, lO'O per oent j Sugar, '9 per cent; Ash, *7 por cent, The above analysis shows that the flour prepared by Mr Lublow as represent d by this sample is of very fine quality, the, albuminoids being fully up to the average i and the moisture being low. The sugar ib small m proportion, showing the absence of grain damaged by germination. The flour is absolutely free from adulteration and is exceedingly well pre pared. - A, W. BIOKERTON, 7*133 Colonial Analyst. 250 .flea's Heavy Tweed Trousers (OUR OWN MAKE) AND PURE WOOL Reduced To 8s 6d, 10b 9d AND 12s 6d AT THE NEW ZEALAND i Clothing Factory. THE "OEOPLE'S i^LOTBMJRS. HE i EOPLE'S V^/IiOTfIIERS. i The Celebrated Seiying llacliloes on «Bsy time Payments. W, H, WEBBER Mwager, i

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2182, 25 July 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2182, 25 July 1889

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