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i Kf\ A ORES (more or \e») of land ttOU to l»t for ona Crop d Tarn'p m one or moro blocks to nt.lt app irnnts. opto licationo can bo seea *t tbtu offioo of thin paper. Tenders to be sent In H*fo-» thf 1»'. of Auguit, f 107 Your Money /"HANNOT be better Invested than In yy purohaMng » COMPLETE MEDICINE OHEST contain!*^ C 'tproan* on,l c oob' Puo»'yp»' Remedies. For » Po»talNote for 12s 61 the following remedlps j frill be BPnt, anolnspd In » v eat Bx, to any address, post paid : — 1 Bottle Euo»lyptl Extraot, 1 pot Viotory Ointment, 1 box each Ladles and Gents Liver Pills, 1 pot Eucalypti Honey, 1 box voloe Lozenges, 1 O*ko Euoalyptl 8o»p. Fa ll dlreoUono for nee enclosed All SAFE and SURE remedies. Beware of ImUatlonß. See that you get Colemane and Sous' EUCALYPTI and no othe'. Wholesale aod Retail Agent, W J. ALEXANDER, 142Onhel St., Ohrletohnroh, To whom orders are to be son*. Send for olrculars. 7 80 Tbe Mercantile Finance ana Agency Company, Limited, of Christcnnrcn. Incorporated under the provinlona of the Companies Ac*, 1882. Kegistebed Offiob : MOBTEN'S BUILDINGS, CHRISTCHUROH. fTTiHIS Company \b prepared to AD--1 VANCE MONEY upon Freehold Property, m largo or small sums, at current rateH of Interest ; also upon tho Security of Bills of Sale, Mortgages of Btook, Wool aod Agricultural Lleon, For further particulars appiy to JOHN G, BEfcTICLL, Agent, OB D. THOMAF, Auctioneer. 6t154 Woßt Street, Aahburtpn. CRITERION CARRIAGE WORKS BABING SQUABE. WTTIOXB begs to itlmato • IX that he has nnvered his con* neotion with Ms W. H. Paqbt and ■removed his business to the above commodious premises, whore he has every f/o-lity for 0 Irrying on his increasing buslbeis, Carriagei and Ye ioles of every description, built to order, with well seasoned t mber and sound workmanship, ; Trsps 10 painted, ar d epairs executed with promptitude; aad at moat moderate oharges. — NOTB IHR ADDREBB— Preniiseß— T ate Baylia, Grooer Nenr Pob>. Office. C. I- BHOOKE OaBMIST, ASHBURTO BEGS to announce thnt he has juat landed ex "Oaklanda/' 16 Cases of Drugs and (Sundries, amongst which are 4 Oases of the PUREST COD LIVER OIL OBTAINABLE. Sold m Imperial half pint bottles Is 6d each ; pint do, 2*6 d. N B.—lhe pint cott'eß are by far the best for general u-e. If procured m larger quantities, especially m gallon tins it ia very apt to get stale before it is fuelled. Lnng Protectors, new chape, and Chest Protectors all sizes, A large assortment of Smelling, Bottles, Puff Boxes, and other Toilet Requisites. MargeaisonV Toilet Soaps, elegantly scented! first class goods, &nd re « sou able m price, tiulpbm Water, a harmless preparation for darkening tbe bair, Is 6d per bottle Beit Fluid Magnesia, Is per battle Compound Liquorioo Powder, Is pc bottle. Moatserrut Lime Fruit Juic;< Bauce, This is tbe moat delicious Banco m the Market. Large Bottles, 2s each, fc'oLD ONLY BT C. M. BBOOKB THE DISPENSARY ASHB U ETON W.H. COLLINS & CO. IBON, TIMBEB, AKD Coal Merchants EAST STREET. BEG to notify that they have just landed and have to arrire— Ex " Maud Graham," 20,000 :t assorted \ Kauri , , Ex "Clyde," 10,000 ft W.P. Flooring > and Lining 5 Ex " Clyde," 7000 ft Totara and Black Pine Ex "Opotiki," 6000 ft White Pine „ Flooring nnd Lining' [ Ex " Spray," 7000 ft White Pine Flooring and Lining, 4,000 ft Shelving B To arrive direct from Home and now due, 400 Casks Cement ' 15 Tons Ga vanised Bpo&Dg Iron [; 4000 ft Biiltio Deals; Also,— Wire Nails, Lockp. Hinges, Ac. FENCING WIRE, Barbed aad Plain. —WE HAVE IN STOCK— Geouine White Lead, Bed Lead, Dryers, Buy and Boiled Oil, Mixed 5 Paints, Window Glaus (all sizes), Putty, Stains and Colors, Glue* — ALSO— \, Every description of Builders Ironmon gery and Wood Turnery, NEWCASTLE COAL >d WESTPOKT COAL B " MALVEfttt COAL or Inspection Invited. lie REPORT ON WESTERFIELD MI LI FLOOR. !f\S the analysis of a sample of flour re V_# oeived from G. J. F. Lublow, Jun 21«t, 1889. 9 LABORATORY No. 1356. Colour.— Gocd, white with slight ting of yellow ; no trace of bran when presaei smooth, Appearance under the Mioresoope.Freo from foreign Btarohes, no trace o liungi or damaged starch cells. Moisture, 12*2 per cent ; Gluten, 10*1 per cent ; Sugar, *9 per cent; Ash, '7 pc cent. no The above analysis shows that the flou he prepared by Mr Lublow as represent db; Li- this sample is of veiy fine quality, tb ■s, albuminoids being fully up to the averag l t- and tbe moisture being low. The sugar i tie small m proportion, showing tho absenc of grain damaged by germination, rid The flour is absolutely free frot adulteration and is exceedingly well pit pared, A, W. BIOJSBRTON, m **W gofeuWAwlyi

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2183, 26 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2183, 26 July 1889

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