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labile Notices Charles Braddell Licensed L*nd -raker ft ; d Valuator under " The. Land Transf-ar Act, 1885.' E3TATE, HOUtii. LAND, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. OFFlCE—Burnett Street, Nozt to "Mail" Office. 6f91 [a emu] Miss Traumana (Certificated Tencber of Mns r o from the Stuttgart Conner. v»torium, Hermaoy) is open to receive Pupils. Terms : Two guineas a term. Address -Box 28, Ashbmton. 6§178 A SHHURTON QUA Hkg RIFLE £\. VOLUNTEERS WILL HOLD A SOCIAL IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 31st i 1889. Double Ticketß, 2s 6d j Ladles, Ib. Boys under 14 yeaca r-Qt Admitted. Ticket from all ineoabora of Committee „ . • 751 NOTICE,— A Lecture will be given In the Orange . Ball od THURSDAY, August Ist, by the R.W.D.G M , Rev Tiro John G,, W, Ellis. The title of the Lecture Is " ORANGKI3M AND THE NEED FOR IT." 00/nmenaes 8 o'o'ojk sharp. Everybody Invited, ADMISSION Free. 7°151 Rink de X 3 aris~ TtJESDAYTioTH JULY. Udder the Patronage of his Worship the Mayor, D. Thomas, Esq. GRAND TORGHLI&HT PBOOESSION OF BICYCLISTS* Headed by tub KIBGSLEY BROS. awd BRASS BAND. The Pioceiilon will start at 7 15 at Mooie Street, theriee along East Street to the Rink. i Admission, la ; Front ?iats, 2j. Skating before and after Performance. R. ELBTON, Manager. ASHBDRTON COUNTS' COUNCIL NOTICE OF INT 'NTION TO TAKE A POLL. "VTOTIOE is hereby given, In aooordanoe ±\ with the provisions of " The 1 L^oal Bodies' Loas Aot, 1886," that a POLL of tho Ratepayers of the Rakala Irrigation District will be taken on TUESDAY, the 6th dnv of Aasjuat, 1889, on the proposal of the above Oounoil to raise a Loan of £5000 for the purpose of constructing headworke, imins, and othor races and works required for the purposes of an Auxiliary Water Supply for the Rak»l» Irrigation District, to be derived from the River Rakala. The polling booths will be »t the follrwltg plaoes :— Bohoolhouae, Newlands Bohoolhouae, Seafield 0 Sohoolaouee, Pendarves Sohoolbousp, Dorle Sohoolhnuae, Ohettsey Sohooihunae, Lturlston Raoeoonrse Bolldlngß, Rnof course Reserve, Ashburton< Date! the 24th d»y of July, 1889. W. 0. WALEEB, 7*127 Oonnty Obalrmia. W.H. COLLINS & CO. IRON, TIMBER, AND Goal Merchants EABT STBEET. BEG to notify that they have just landed and have to arrive — Ex " Maud Graham," 20,000 ft aaeorted Kauri Ex" Clyde," 10,000 ft W.P. Flooribg and Lining Ex «• Clyde," 7000 ft Totara and Black Pine Ex "Opotiki," 6000 ft White Pine Flooring and Lining, Ex '" Spray," 7000 ft White Pine Flooring and Lining, 4,009 ft Shelving To arrive direot from Home and now due, 400 Casks Cement 15 Tone Ga vuateed Boofing Iron 4000 ft Baltic Deals. Also, — Wire Nails, Locke, Hinges, &o. FENCING WIRE, Barbed and Plain, * —WE HAVE IN STOCK— Genuine .White Lead, R,9d Lead, Dryers, Raw and Boiled Oil, Mixed Paints, Window Glass (all sizes), Putty, Stains and Colors, Glue. —ALSQ^Eyery description of Builders Ironmon : gery and Wood Turneiy. NEWCASTLE COAL WESTPORT COAL MALVERN COAL Inspection Invited, BBPOKT 08 WESTERFIELD MILL FLOOR. ON the analyais of a sample of flour reoeived from G. J. F. Lnblow, June 21at, 1889. . LABORATORY No. 1856. Colour. —Goc 3, white with alight tinge of yellow ; no trace of bran when pressed smooth. Appearance under tha Miorosoope.— Free from foreign etarob.es, no trace of fungi or damaged starob cells. Moisture, 12*2 per cent ; Gluten, 10*0 per oent ; Sugar, % 9pßr cent; Ash, *7 per cant. The above analysis shows that the flour prepared by Mr Lublow as represent d by this sample is of very fine quality, the albuminoids boing fuly up to the average and the moisture being low. The BUgar is small In proportion, showing tho absence of grain damaged by gerutmatioa. I The flour is ab^olutely^ free from adulteration and is oxceeiingly well pre pared, A, W. JJIOIiERTON,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2184, 27 July 1889

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