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WHEN PUKOHASING TOUfi JKm'ts'plEASElSSa^ FOR THR BRAND ON THE BOLE. MOHKY^ONK. mENDERS w.. ,d »or U^Z IHAVK money to load n D approved -*- w Aehbnrton Bow .n? Q r »er. In ordei freehold neourUyfrom £50 to ° I t V e l l M*y 1890. Tenders to be It 7*154 FKjSD. MAKKIG «o« «ter than Tbamd*y Ist An«n»». , D. THOMAS, BEPOivT ON WEMERifIKLD MILL President. FLOOR. — —_ ON the ana^ybis •f a samp'e of flonr received Irom G. J. F. Lublow, June 21ot, 18-9. Priedlaader Bros. LABOBAIORY No. 1356. _ Colour.— Gocd, white with si 'ght tinge " ~ ~~— — — — — — — — of yellow ; no Irace of bran when pressed smooth, Appuurunce under th > Micr scope, t'r c from foreign eturcbsß, no trace of fungi or dainoge.i ataioii clla. « WT7 n „ m Mosture, Vi'2 ppr cent ; Gluten, 10*0 HJ^ l * WHH.AT per cent ; Idogar, «9 per cent; Ash, *7 per BEED OATS Tbe above ana!y>ls shows that the flour SEED BARLEY prepared by Mr Lublow na repre3ott d by wmmm this sample is of veiy fine qua'ity, the albumlnoida beiDR f u iy up to the average VST® HAVJS FOR SALE und the moisture being low. The sugar is TV email iv proportion, Bhowing iho absence Purple Straw Tuscan of grain damaged by gerrr "nation. White Straw Tuaosn Tho flour is absolutely free from Austri>'i<»n Tntean adultemtiou and is exceedingly well pre Grren Mmntaiu Tdbo>o pft'tel Ohampion White A. W. JSICh.Ei<.TON, Honter'e Wnit© S3 Colouial Analyst Rough Obaff Easex — P. ar 1 Velvet Heavy Canadian Oats H»svy fiparrnwblll Oats W. H. COLLINS & CO. 5 J5 SSLS&. OhevAlier Barley IRON, TIMBER, o« P c B«ie P AND All prime samples and maohlne drened Coal Merchants " rKl °" od ._ r,m,o^ s £Z: y^ iml Friedlander Bros. [> landed and i aye to arrive — .. Ex •• Maud Graham," 20,000:t asportrd * "Oyk" 10,000 ft W.P. Fh-b, W" ARB ° ABH BU?ERS and Lining Ex «• Clyde," 7000 ft Totara and Black Or Pine Ex "Opotiki," 6000 ft Wh te Pine WffT?\T Flooring »nd Lining " Had.! Ex " >prßy," 7000 ft White Pice Floor. JO ATS ing and Lining, 4,000 ft Shelving j To arrive direct from Home and now dae, . "AKJjJIi I 400 Oaßke Oement * ND 15 Tons Gavanieed Hoofing Iron TvCT?nT> t oe 4000 ft B.ltio Deula. RYEGRASS A'so,— Wire Nnilp, Lockp, Hinrrr-s, & 0 . FENCING Wlßlfi, Barbed and Plain IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES —WE HAVF, iN STOOK— V — C-e-ulne White Load, Rod Lead, "Y\7E ARE LANDING Dryers, R*w and B^ilod Oil, Mixed YV Paipte, Window Olaes (all bizob), Putty. *x Stains end Colors, Giuo. " Stella " and •« Opawa." —ALSO— t.^^ Erery description of Builders Troomon RED CLO"VER gery and Wocd Turneiy. NEWCASTLE COAL VEWt CL ° YBB WKBTPOBT COAL COWGBASS JCALVKOT COAL ALgTKE Inspeciinn Inviied. OHOIOEvST QUALITY. , Friediander B ros WINTER SEASOM. 18^9 f ASHBURTON WOOLLEN" MANUFACTURES AGAIN TO THF FRONT, Viz., BLANKETS, RUGB, TWEEDS, FLANNELS, PLAIDINGS, SHIRTINGS, Etc. SEE WINDOWB7~SBB WINDOWS! BLANKETS from 14s 64 per P«Tr The Tweeds are specially purchased fnr SUITS TO MEASURE om £2 12s 6d UPWARDS. A Boiutifal Una of TRAVELLING RUGS at a very low price. Our WINTER STOOK of General Drapery Is now compete In all Hnu. Inelndlng a speotnl line of — ASHBURTON DBBB3 TWEEDS from Is 10|d par yni MITCHELL & TURNER KAIAPOI HOUSE TANORED STREET, NOTK— Goaoh or Rail Fares Free to Ashbarion to all . purchaaors of £5 pare* W. GREGG AND COMPANY. PUKE BLJESTDTCD TBA.S, NEW SEASON, 1888-9, Jib and lb i\ACKMB, 2lb FANCY CAWI«TEHb and slb and Ub TINf TRY THESE BLENDS. TRY THESE J3LEWDS S=25 =V y^ 2 " 255^ >^' 2S^v y^^S, CROWN (( EAGLE ) [(exhibit-)) CLU B J >^ perlb./r \^ ex^'Jf V perlb '>i/ Vv per 1 ONE TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIR OOSSTAJNT USE To be obtained from \ JOHN ORR & CO, 9 ■) KAST STREET \RHBURTOJST i, '. 'J

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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