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rriENDEUS Wanted tor keeping the X Aehborton Bowling Green m order to the Ut Miy 1890. T oderi to be In not later than Thimrhy l*t Aagait. D. TfiOMAS, 7 153 President, BEPOiiT ON WitoTERFIELD MILL FLOUR. ON the analysis of a sample of flour received irotn G, J. P. Lubtow, June 21at, 18S9. LABOR iIORX No. 1366. Colour — Goca, white with slight tinge f ye! lew ;no trace of bran when pressed r amooth, Appearance under th: Micrcecopo.— Frte from forc'^n etarohea, no trace of fnngi or damaged staroh oolls. Moisture, 12*2 per cent; Gluten, 100 per cent j Sugar, *9 per cent; Ash, '7 per oent. The above analysis shows that the floa prepared by Mr Lublow ai represoct d by this sample is of very fine quality, the albuminoids being fuUy up to the average and the moisture being low. The augar is small m proportion, showing the absence 1 of grain dam.ged by germination. The flour is absolutely free from , adulteration and is exceedingly well p ; e pared, A. W. BIGSJERTON, Colonial Analyst Friedlander Bros. SEED WHEAT SEED OATS SEED BABLEY Cff^E HAVB FOR SALE Pnrple Straw Tuscan White Straw Tuaoan Australian Tuecan Green Mountain Tuaoan Champion White Hunter's White Bough Qhafl Essex * Pearl Velvet Heavy Canadian Oats Heavy Sparrowbill O*to Heavy Danish Oats Heavy Tartarian Oata Chevalier Barley Oape Barley All prime samples and mnoblne dfetnd If required. Friedlander Bros. TTTB ARE CASH BUYERS OF WHEAT OATS BABLEY AND BYEGKAB& [N LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES TITE ARE LANDING EX "Stella" and •«Opaw«," BED CLOVER WHITE CLOVER COWGRABS ■QK ALSYKE CHOICEST QUALITY. Friedlander Bros

I MONEY. .nONEY. T HA VIC mnney to ' n ' on L freeho'd sr-rjf! > irnw £'50 fc" £5000. 7*154 JS'.-i-.D. MaKSIG. X AT I Is'^iTToZENGES Oldest end Besr Ooagh Remedy TZ"EATIiSI G'S LOZENGES iV Oldcet arc B^st Oongh Reaiedv EATIHG t» LOZENGhS. Oideiif and Best Ooush Eetuedy EATING'S LOZGNQHis Oideat and Beat (Jouuh Remedj EATIK Q'a LOZENGES. Olutat aud Beat Ouu^b°Liemed> KisiATING'S LOZSNGES, " A Simple Fact About KEATING'oOOUGHLOZEJSGES ABk throughout the world, m any country that oan be named, you will find thtm largely sold. Their ia absolutely no remedy that is bo epeedy m eiviug relief, bo certainly cure, and yet tho most delicate ow. take them. One Loseoge gives ease. Sold inla]£d tins. X' iSATiflfcr'S LOZENttEf. Oougha, Asthma, Hoarseness. EATING'S LOZtfiJNG.ted, " Ooughs, Asthma, Hoarsenese EATING'S LOZdNGES. ' Oooghp, Asthma, HoarsenegK RKATIWG'iS LOZffiNGhis: Ooufeha, Asthma, H arseneas KEA« ING'S LOZaJ&GJKJS " Oooghß, Anthma, Hoaraenesn K EATING'S LOZENGKS. " AMY DOOIOR WIIL TBH Ton" there is no better OaogU Medicine than KtiATliSG'tt LOZEW^ES. One gives relief ; if yon softer from coagh try them bat onoe ; they mil cure, and they vrill not Injure y oar health ; they contain only the purest drags, eklllally combined Bold everywhere In small tins. * Keating's Worm Tablets. A PURBLF VEGETABLE SWEFT MEAT, both m apP d aranoe and taste fuvnliblng a most ag r eeable method o administering the only cerUin remedy to INTESTINAL or THREAD WOBMS It Is a perfeotly safe and mild preparation and d especially adapted for Children.— Sold m Tins and Bottles by all Chemists. Fiop^eKir— THOMAS F"BJATING t-jndo* Export QhtvMJtt and Druggist. W.RCOLLINS&CO. IRON, TIMBEE, AND Coal Merchants EAST STREET. BEG to notify that they have jußt landed and have to arrive — Ex " Maud Graham," 20,000 ft assorted Kauri Ex" Clyde," 10,000 ft W.P. Flooring and Lining Ex " Clyde," 7000 ft Totara and Pine Ex "Opotiki," 6000 ft White * Flooring and Lining Ex " Spray," 7000 ft White Pine Flooring and Lining, 4,000 ft Shelving To arrive direct from Home and novr due, 400 Casks Cement 15 Tons Galvanised Boofing Iron 4000 ft Baltio Deals. J Also,— Wire Nails, Locke, Hinges, &c. FENCING WIRKJ, Barbed and Plain. —WE HAVE IN STOCK— ' Genuine White Lead, Bed Lead, Dryers, Bjw and Boiled Oil, Mixed Paints, Window Glass (all sizes), Putty, Stains and Colors, Glue. — ALBO— Every description of Builders Ironmon gery and Wocd Turnery. NEWCASTLE COAL WEBTPORT COAL MALYEKN COAL Inspection Invited.

WINTER SEASON, 1859 ASHBURTON WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES^ AGAIN TO THF FRONT, Viz., BLANKETS, RUGS, TWEEDS, FLANNELS, PLAIDINGS, SHIRTINGS f Bio. SEE WINDOWSTIJEE WINDOWS! BLANKETS from 14b 63 per Pair Tbe Twoeda are Hpeolally pnroh»ied for SUITS TO MEASURE om £2 12s 6d UPWARDS. A Beantlfal Una of TRAVELLING RUGS at a very low price. Oar WINTER STOCK of General Drapery Is now complete In all HnM, Inotadtog a apeolal line of— ASHBURTON DRESS TWEEDS from li lO^d per yaid MITCHELL & TURNER KAIAPOI HOUSE TANORED STREET, NCTlfi— Goaoh or Ball Fares Stae to Aihbnrton to alllparoliMen o( £5 futet'^ W. GREGG AND COMPANY, PURE B.jJRBTDED TEAS, NEW SEASON, 1888-9, hi Avi ib PAOKETB, 2 j FANCY CANISTERS awd si» and lIbTIEF TRY THESE BLEEDS. TEY THESE BLEEDS ©ft EAGLE J (\ mmr-\ (l C L U B )] JJ perlb,-/f >\ pei lb. JJ ONE TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIR CONSTANT USE ' To be obtained from I JOHN ORR & CO. EAST STREET ARHBURTON*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2187, 31 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2187, 31 July 1889

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