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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
mXNWALD AND &amp;OUNT SOME ■I; RAILWAY. 1 MOUNT SOMERS AND OAVENDISE ROYAL MAIL COACH. The above Caach leaves Hood's hot* o* Cavendish Railway Station every day meeting each train. Pitasengers by morulng train may pro coed by ooach to Alford Forest, thenoeti Methven m time for the laat train foi Chriitchuroh, or may return ln time foi the last ttaln for Ashburton. Parcels and Orders will receive everj attention. Horses and Buggies on hirer. ln JOHN HOOP MOUNT SOMERS &amp; METHVEH ROYAL.MAIL OOAOH, On and after January lat, 1885, th&lt; undersigned will run a Coach each Mon day, Wednesday and Saturday, starting ai . noon from Hood's Hotel, Mount Sonms, ;ot Sprlngbum and Alford Forest, then withDufPa Ooaohf rom Methven ratttnlng same evening. Fares— Spring* burn, 2s, return, 3s j Alford Forest, 4s, return, 6s. C. 0. FOOKS AND SON, Architects, IVIL iinorßßßßß, VAinAXOBS, LIOIHBM SuBVBroES, a»i&gt; La»d Bbombs, TRIANGLE, WAKANUI ROAD Abhbttrtow. •JT EATIN...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
Business Notices. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DOGS. I HEREBY give Notice that all Dogi found interfering with Sheep &quot;on thh ttstate will be destroyed, and the Owneri ■aed for any damage done. 1 DONALD MoLE AN. , I 167 Lagmhor. j Mrs Meech ■ DRESSMAKER, 7 BURNETT ST., opposite Mail Offic«, BEGS to Inform the Ladies of Aihbur- ton and county that the baa opened . business on her own account, and solioiU a share of patronage. Mm Meech will euttaln her reputation for fashion and general excellence. 9710 9 — — — : &quot; ' i fUHE PROBLEM SOLVEP. » ± J By the aid of mstMmatloal eolenoe, and 1 by carefnlly study lu,, the haman from m ' all Its varied phases of development, we ' have long ago reduced the art of fitting to a certainty. But ln these days of falling prices, another problem presents itself for solution, and it ii this : to produce CLOTHING TO MEASURE at thejaame price as ready made goods so that everyone mayenfry the luxury of a Pbrfkot Frrr- vq Suit, at the lowsst...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
Pubic Announcements. fTIHE worst form of Fever, Prickly X Heat, Smallpox and Measles rapidly cured by LAMPLOUGH'S PYRETIO SALINE &quot;It saved my life, for the 'ever had obtained a strong hold on me.&quot; — O. Fiztobrald, Correspondent of Man- chttter Quardiaiiy m Albania. Abundant •nedicnl tes iraony enclosed with each be I tie. It is the oure for Cholera and PREVENTIVE of most di&gt;eaies incident to Tropical and Colonial life. It all ay • thirst m a remarkable manner and cools and vitalises the blood, J. 8. Purdy, Esy., writes: — &quot;I would rather go «hort cf anything than this never-fal'tog travellers' friend.&quot;- 9363 A SHBURTON PERMANENT J, BUILDING &amp; INVESTMENT . SOCIETY. The above Society pays interest at rate of 4} per cent, per annum for De oqsits at Call, 6 per cent, per annum fo three months, and cent, per annon tf fixed tor 6 menthe or over. J WARD. fttriger. . Officoi- Arcade Cbau&gt;oet«, gurnet tree*...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
1 Business* Noyces THE PUBLIO TRfTST OFFICE OP NEW ZEALANI ITS OBJECTS. 1. The Administration of lotestate Eatatee, and the realiaailnr; and distributiot 01 the personal Eatate. 2. Tha Exeoutorship of the Wills of person* who may appoint the PaWlc Trnate* fcheie executor, and thus avoid the necessity Vhich otherwise would exist m commit ting their friends to the reflponslbilitiea involved by such positions. j 3. The Administration of all kinds. of Money Trusts, inoludiDg Marriage Settle taenti and every kind of fund, the trust* of which are definitely get orth m the deed creating the Trunt. ! ITS ADVANTAGES. ' 1. The Publio Trustee m his corporate oapsoity never dies, nevor leaves the dountry, and never beoomes incapacitated ; thus, by his appointment, the expense 61 jresh appointments of Trustees conseqnout on death, change of abode, or mental 01 bodily infirmity, is altogether, avoided ■ 2. All proposed investments ar cor&gt;sldered by a Board of Officero, onsurlnp careful...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAB. GIFTS. GIFTS. GIFTS. THE Undersigned has JUST LANDEE and opened op, a LARGE ASSORTMENT of CHPISTMAS AND NEVv YEAR PRESENTS, Viz , Dolla of every description Toya m great variety Work Boxes [ Floral and Musical Albums : Brackets and Ornaments ; Christmas, New Year, and Birthdaj : Cards m great variety. CRICKETING AND LAWN TENNIf MATERIALS, &amp;c M &amp;o. FI3BIKG TAOKLB3, *c Spec'al reductions made to School Committees and buyers of large parcels. N.B.— Large nnd New Stock of PIPES and TOBACCONIST WABES m great variety. WILHELM~ZANDER, TOBACCONIST &amp; HAIRDRESSER EASr STREET ASHBURTON. FOR .Reliable Goods AT MODERATE PRIGES, OKR &amp; ALOOKff ABE Unapproachable. THB PREMIFR STOCKS OF ASHBURTON, DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. CAB PETS (NEW DESIGNS.) D. IcFarlane, FAMILY GKOCEE AND Tea Dealer. Retail Premises : BTJKNETT ST. k 3JAS.T ST., ASHBURTON. 4 LL GOODS GUARANTEED FIRST A. QUALITY, Aod Sold at Lowest Prices m town fo...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
Ashburton WOOL SALES OUR THIRD AND LAST Wool Sale OF THE SKASON Will bo held at onr GRAIN* STORE, WEST STREET, ABOUT THE Third Week m January FEIEDLANDEE BEOS. CornsackS GORNSAOiCS. Just landing, ex Trfumphj 1000 BALES Farmer* will please send us their orders early. FEIEDLANDEE BEOS. REAPER AND BI&gt;DER Twine and &quot;Wire We are al«o landing, ex Aorangi, BEST REAPER AND BINDER TWINK A KD WIRE, which will bo aold CHEAP. FEIEDLATiTDEB BEOS. n ii WOOL SALES TT7E BEG to ntiraate to our Clients and Others interested that our NEXT WOOL SALE OF THE SEASON i FOR THE ASHBUaTON&quot; DISTRICT Will be held m our Stores about The Third Week m January When a Large and Varied Catalogue will V bo suomitted to competition. Cliants will oblige by forwarding par- ticulars as early as possible, so as to pllow of. catalogue .being prepared. Wool. Wool. Wool. LIBEEAL CASH ADVANCES AGAINST WOOL Conßi'gno un for Scile either at CEIBISTJaUIICH ASHBDJRTON, AUSTRALIAN OR ENGLISH MA...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
SPECIAL NOTICE, DURING the pant twelve months fird jewelera m Christchurch have either filed or been competed to close their shops, aid now some of the eld established firms are advertising&quot; selling off&quot; a lea to reduce theit fctock, and na they Btato they never had a salt, some for 10 je^rs, others cs long na 28 yean apo.iha cnlystock they can offer ia only an aeenmulatl n of old stock duriDg all thees ysor&gt;, which is fit for nothing el?e but th« moMrif? pot. Tbiß clearly showa that tho public will no longer support the old system of retail business, lite oidinary retail doatettl ' have to buy their goods from the wholeaala merchants hero, and then have to pay keavy ' eipensrs, and so are obliged to charge exorbf* tatt profits to try and cover all these extra expenses. JV F. STRATZ &amp; COt Are tVe only firm i:i New Zealand who ara their own Ma ufacturere, own Importers, and their oxn Ketail Dealers; And thereby saving all intermediate ...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
RAILWAY TIME TABLE TaAiNS Ahtxwe at AsnnnnTON— From Chrißthurch nn&amp; the North, at 10.15 n.m. (exprefle), 4.35 p.m., uncl 7.10 p.m. From Tinmr;, 10.45 a.m. From Dunedin and South, 5.27 o.m. (express). From Mount Somers, 10.5 a.m Tbainb Leavx Abhbtjbton— For Christ- ( huroh ana North, at 7.10 a.m., 10.55 a.m., &gt; an 5.37 p.m. (express). For Dunodin and I South, 10.25 a.m. (express). For Timaru, 4 p.m. For Mount Somers, 5.5 p.m
THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. From and after the 30th November, 1886, the tennß oi Subscription to thin journal will be is follows, viz. : — if pud ik advance: Per Quarter.. 6s 6a, by post, 9a 6d , Half-year 12a 6a, by poat, 18a 6d „ Year .. 4b Od by post, 87s Od IT BOOKED : Per Quarter., 7s 6a, by post, 10a 9d „ Half-year 15a Oa, by post, 21a 6J „ Year .. 80a oa, by post, 43a Od Birt Marriage, ana Death Notioeß, if paid for at the time of insertion, 2« 6d eaoh (stamps, may be sent as payment) ; if booked, PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS MAT BPSNBSW THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS AT TBE OLD RATES. Announcements of Births, Deaths and- Maxria'Reßsent for publication from the country districts require to be verified by the signa- Hre of the person sending the notice.
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
MAIL NOTICES. Malls done at the Auhburton Port Office follows : — For Ohrlstohuroh and North at 6 a.m d.30 ».m., and 6 p.m., daily. For Ghertaey Rakaia, &amp;c, at 10.30 a.m »nd 5 p.m. daily. For Dunedin.Tinwald, Wlnslow, Hinds, Ooldatream. Rangitata, Orari, Winchester, %nd Geraldme, at 10 a,m. daily. For Tomuka, at 10 i.m. and 4.30 p.m &lt;miy. for TimaTOand South, at 10 ».«., and ! 30 p.m., daily. For Greenstreet, on Wetfneicbtya and tnrdays, at 10.45 a,m. For Wakanul, Elgin, Seaview, Seafield, id Kyle, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and turdays, at 6.30 a. m. Fdr Hount Somers, dally at 4.30 p.m For Mayfield and Ruapuna, on Mon days and Thursdays, at 4.30 p.m. For Aahton, Waterton and Longbeach, 4.30 p.m. daUy. For Flemlngton, on Mondays, Wednas Uvb, and Frldayß,'at 4. 30 p. m; For Newlanda, on Tuesdays and Fri at 10.30 a.m. Mails arrive »t the Aahburton Poat fiee— Prom Ohrlstohurch and Rakaia at 10.16 -.m., 4.35 p.m., and 7.20 p.m. FromOhertsey &amp;o. at 10.15 s...
The Ashburton Guardian. Magna est Veritas et Prævalebit. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1886. A FLAW IN OUR SETTLEMENT SCHEMES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
The Ashburton Guardian. Magna est Veritas et Prævalebit. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1886. A FLAW IN OUR SETTLEMENT SCHEMES. &quot; The possession m freehold of the least piece of land bars a colonist m New Zealand from acquiring any portion of the wastelands of the Crown that are being offered, and which people are being begged to take, under the exceptionally liberal terms advertised by the present Ministry, A working man who owns the thirty-sixth part of an acre m the town or suburb, on which, perhaps he has built a cottage, is not allowed to take up land on the H )mestead system, nor can he become * &quot; village settler,&quot; or a tenant of the Crown under the perpetual leasing system. If he wants land he must go in'o the market and buy as any other capitalist must do.&quot; Thus the Napier Daily Telegraph of the 28th ult. The complaint is, m the main, true though by no means new, as this flair m our land settlement schemes has previously betrn pointed...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
LOCAL AND GENERAL. With tbia issue we present our readers with an Almanao for 1887. A. concert m aid of tbe funds of the Tin* wald Church was held on Thursday evening at Tinwald, and passed off m a satisfactory manner. There was a fairly good attendance, and thd Rev Mr Garbett presided. Solos were contributed by Miss Barratt, Mrs Denshire, Mrs Tippete, and Mr D. Thomas, a pianoforto solo by Misa Bell, a pianoforte duet by Mrs Claridge, and Mr T. Gates, and an organ solo by Mr T. Gates. St Stephen's Ohoir, under the leadership of Mr H. Gates, rendered a number of oarols and part songs. The usual votes of thanks were passed at the oonolusion of the concert. A trout weighing 20jlb was caught .n the Opihi river, near Mr Wigley's, a day or two ago. Our Alford correspondent writes : — (&lt; Wednesday was tbe hottest day experienced this summer. At Alford House the thermometer m tho sun registered 155 degrees. Tbe instrument used there is a Negretii and Zambra, the blackened bulb c...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
THE WEATHER. The following is tho meteorological report at Afford Station for tbe week ending Friday, December 31, 1886 :~ it Rainfall daring Demember : Alford Station .. 1-26 im has Alford Forest .. 3-25 „ Rainfall for the yea?: 1366 :— Alford Forest .. 64-08 iuohei Alford Station •,. 40-79 „ Sbado. iv Dato. low high Sun. State of weather. Saturday 40- 86- I*l4- Fine Sunday 52- 80- 142- Fine, N.W. Monday 47. 67» 137- Overcast Tuesday 48- 83- 147- Fine, N.E. Wed 'day 43- 88- 155« Fine, N.W. Thur'day 68. 87. 147* Fine, N.W to SW. Friday 50- 84- 143- Fine
FALSE COLORS [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
FALSE COLORS On Friday evening the draint of &quot; F^lsf Oolor', or the Freetrader,&quot; vrn* r-rnduoed by th» Aahburton Musical and D-am^t-c Society. The a : tendance w.hs v«ry (n&gt;;n^e, and tie fvot proluoed m nou«l U'p.'e stng effjot upon the p'^yari m t.ho ' ft(Bt ac&quot;. I ■ the aec &gt;nd, howevor, tna'ter* «*ro materially improvnd, aad aided by the rcenio eflfeots recom tensed for the l^feoit there may have been In the flrßfc mrt-MThe following waa thec^t:— O+p&lt;s»in Vtard^ntit (captain of the tfarerpris&quot;) Mr J M.--:Ht 1 ; Lanj;f &lt;H (»a old tan- iv.i er) Vlr W. 0 Davla ; Mick (hi* e !d*r nephew&quot;) vlr Ef. Peate; P»ul Penlmn (mite of the Hn^;DriHO, Mr H. Gntas ; Hawks-! (comnvtnder of the F«ee Trader), Mr J i. Pauling ; Barnes (hie lieutenant), Mr f£. Vinten ; Gabriel ( angf »rd's servant), &gt;Ir L F. Andrawos ; Tom (a smugiilor), Mr 0. Andrewos ; Dentatua (a nagro), Mr 0, Moss...
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. A.uoitiiNn. Jimwv 2 William Rich, co&lt;»k of the schooner Torea, has been drowned. He »ent aboard at three o'clock on Net? .Year's morning, and it is believod ho fell overboard under the influence of liquor. UCNEDIN, J.fciJU'tvy I, Bad weather again spoiled t ; ie holiday. Tho day broke beautifully fine, but m tho afternoon a heavy &gt;handerstorm, with torrents &lt; f rain lasting over an hour, cams on. Tho weather cleared up fiao, but too late to allow &gt; f carrying ont many fixtures. Tho^ Tekapo left for Oamaru early m the morning with a largo number of excursioniatE Too Caledonian Society's games were well patronised m the afternoon uf ter ti&gt;e rain cleared away. The chief running and wrtv tling events ware not c ncludtfrt. Large numbers patronised steam excursions and gamos hold m the country both n xth aud uouth New Year's Day was uaheiod io with the naval storm of crackers an&gt;J rockets, but otherwi...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
CRICKET [rbotbr's tblegrams— oopyright.] MeLBOURyB, January 1. The return mutch between Shaw and LUly white's Eleven and the Aua&lt;raiian eleven wbs commenced today on the Melbourne cricket pruuad. The weather waa splendid aud the attendance- R-od. An ezca lent wicket hed been prepared, and the uronnd w&amp;b In Grst- ate order Having wou the tons, the home team went firat to the wlckef, where they reraalned all day, and wh'tn fhe at imps were drawn the soore atood a r 223 for eight wfeketp. The following are the individual eoores : — Palmer, caught ... ... 1 B uoe, caught ... ... 15 TrumWo, run oat ... . 28 Jonejj caught 48 Jarpi9, bowled 8 Mollvtraii.il, run out ... 35 Trott, caught ... ... 0 Garrett, run oafc 33 BJaokl urn, not out 50 Spr.ftVrh, not oat 0 Jones' i.ininga was an exhibition of atead/ play ; he never gave a chance till taksii by » moat difficplt catoh. Blaokham dlsp'ayed the beat form towarda the end of ih« afternoon, and acored with great frtaiom....
REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
REVENUE RETURNS. [msntßß g iy.iißoaA.Ha — copyright ] • M LBntTRNB, Janmry 1 The Victorian revenue for the pist quarter his increased by 351, and during the year by 099. The Customs receiots during the quarter increased ,£50,000 ; railway revenue by ,£14,000. It is considered certain the year's estimate of the revenue will be fully realised. Mining returns for the pist year show a decrease m ths yield of Bobikt January 1. SJThe Tasminian revenue returns for the past quarter are fairly satisfactory. -Ydbl&amp;idb, January 1. The colonial revenue for the past quarter amounted to ,£421,028 and for the half-year to £825,857. During the quarter the revenue from taxation decreased by /&quot;i6,700 ; Custom* receipts decreased
THE HOME CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
THE HOME CRISIS. (KETOIK's TBLIORAWB— COPYRIGHT ] London, Deosraber 30. Mr Chamberlain has arrived m London, and is conferring wilh Lord Harrington on the question of forming a coalition with the Conservative part/. Lord Hartington is »t present undecided, lest the Liberal party should oppose the coalition. Efforts are being made to induce Sir Michael Hicks-Beach to take the leadership m the House of Commons. A section of the Conservative party are endeavoring to induce Lord Randolph Churchill to re-enter the Cabinet. A conference takes place today between Lords Salisbury and Hartington. Latkr. Lord Hartington has declined to accept the Premiirship, or leadership of the Commons, as he believes he can be of more use to the Government outside the Cabinet. It is believed that Mr W. H. Smith will be leader of the Commons. Lohdow, Dae&lt;*mhc«r St. It is stated that Mr VV. H. Smith will be leader of the Commons, but will retain the position of Secretary for War, Mr Stanhope being...