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IMPERIAL INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
IMPERIAL INSTITUTE. Dcoember 31, The formal scheme ot the Imperial Institute has been coldly received, and it is doubtful whether the Prince ot Wales will approve the details as a whole. The Prince of Wales ha 3 nominated Sir Saul Samuel to represent Australia, and Sir Charles Tupper to represent Canada on the Committee of the Imperial Institute.
LONDON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
LONDON MARKETS. Contois remain at par. New Zealand securities — Four per cent. Inscribed Stock are jQi higher, 9S J A i New Zealand five per cent. 10 40 remains unchanged at ;£ioi 10s ; New Zetland four and a halt per cent. 5-30 Loan, .£99 159. The total quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 1,820,000 quarters, being 230,000 m excess of last week. Colonial breadstuff's and tallow remain unchanged at previous quotations.
SMALLPOX. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
SMALLPOX. Two steerage passengers from the Preussen are sickening for smallpox at the quarantine station. These further outbreaks are attributed to imperfect isolation. MblboobnE; Jinnarv 2. No fresh cases of smallpox have been reported among the Preussen's passengers. Affairs at the quarantine station are progressing satisfactorily. Adelaide, January 1. Another of the Frenssen's passengers at the quarantine station is sickening for smallpox^ r Wt (Evening Sell) have been oredibly informed by a gentleman who has travelled over the North of this colony, that he has, m the inland distrusts, eaten Oiroalar Head potatoes, borne all the way by steamer from Tasmania^ sent up to Whangarei by steamer and then patted Inland by builook dray ; that colonial, bf bigs, the offspring of farmers, are being brought yp on Swiss milk ; that tinned Bilinon aye consume! on the banks of the estuaries and rivara iv the North that ar« UUmlly alive with fish.
MAGISTERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
MAGISTERIAL. SOUTH RAKAIA— FKIDAY, Deo. 31. (Before Messrs D J. Holmes, J.P., 0. Hardy. J.P., and E. Coßter, J.P.) A first offender was fined 5a and cost! for drunkenness. H. Manuel and Thomas Hill wore charged with fighting on the railway platform. Both pleaded guilty under provocation. Several . witnesses wore examined. Both defendants were fined 204 and coats 3d 6d eaoh, m default one week's hard labor. A SERIOUS CHA.ROE. Daniel Grace was charged that on Deo. 28 he presented a gun and attempted to shoot ' one J*meß Brown, of Sodtown, near Bakaia. Mr Purnell appeared for prisoner. Sergeant , Felton proseouted. Constable Black arrested the aooused from ' information received, and charged him with attempting to shoot James Brown. (To Mr Purnell : Did not oaution aooused.) Mr Purnell made objeotion to the evidence being tnken, as prisoner should have been oautioned. Considerable argument here took placebetween Mr Purnell and the Sergeant, The Benoh thought it u&amp;neoeesary ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
TOWLE'S PKNNYiOYAL AND STEEL PILLS FOR FEMALES quiokly oorrcct all irregularities, and v relieve the '^stressing Bymptoms no pre- valent with the ~iS£- Boxes U ljd and Is fd, of all Ohemists and Patent Mwdioine Vendors. Vrepared only by The Lincoln •nd Midland Counties Drug Co., Lincoln, England. Wholesale of all the Wholesale Houses. Beware of Imitations. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. j ASHBURTON AND TIMARU PIbTBIOTS. A PPLIOATTONS &quot;are Invird from jCjL fceitlemen willing !o ncs rs CAN- V-»SSHRS.for the above diatrict. Liters with references must be ad- dreeßed to BOX 20, 12 156 Ohrißichuroh. Twenty Years' Practical Experience m London. rA. HARROW, Pianoforte Maker, • 186, Oashel street, Ohristchuroh, will VISIT ASHBURTON on or about JANUARY 18th, to Tune and Repair Kanafortes Amerfcm Organs Har- t*.-«oniumß, etc. Orders received by Messrs Wood and Co. Stationers and Mnsic-sellers, Athburton. and Messrs Gates and Son. 0 A. H. holds fir»t-cWs Home and Colonial Testim...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
Victoria House. HOLIDAY SMSON. 1886-87 riEO^Nn NNHaL (^IFT DISTRIBUHON, comprising elegant Works of Art O m Bohemian nnd Biilgarian Pain ed Vases, Glass Water Jugs, and Crystal Flower Stan'Js Ho GIFT COUPONS now being iss-ied to Purchasers. DIMANT AND COE, GKNRRAL DKA.PRR ', CLOTHIERS, &amp;c, Corner East and IVncrad streets, Ashburton. SANTA CLAUH_IS COMING ! COME, Inspect, and Seleot from tho LARGEST STOOK of TOYS AND FANCY GOODS m the County, bought especially to commemorate the annual risit of the above listing jtiahod vi-itor. Come and 8«:e the UNPARALLELED SHOW OF DOLLS, all sorts aod sizes. GLASS and BASKE I'WAKE, beautiful Plusb Brnckotfl, nnd Mirrors JAPANESE GOODS and NICK-NACKS of all d. snriptions. PRIZES and REWARD BOOKS LOWEST POSSIBLE PHI 1 Ei. Schools Liberally dealt with. COME EARLY TO AVOID THE CRUSH. H. M.IJWES * Wanted. WANTED KNOWN.— Washing »nd .dangling done cither by the day or dozen. Mangling 2d per dozen. — Address on application at &quot; G...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
Special advertisements. Christmas Cards. CHRISTMAS ANDKE W TEAR CARDS ! AND PRESENTATION PRIZE BOOKS AMD NEW GOODS Suitable for CHRISTMAS &amp; NEW YEAR PRESENTS, H. J. WOOD AND CO« BOOKSELLERS &amp; STATIONERS, (La*e T. F. F»rley) FRIED LANDERS BUILDINGS. IN our New Season, 1886-7. CTiristmas and New Yenr Cards, are included the PHIZR DE -IGNS from the following celebrated publisbin r firms of London Paris. Vienna, New York, and Boston : — Raphael Tuck and Sons Mnrcue Ward and Co. Thomas de 1% Rue and Co. Hildesheimer and Faulkner John Walker and Co. Eyre and Spottiswood* Mtrion and Co. L Prang and Co , Boston, US. And several other Publishers, Comprising SEVERAL THOUSAND PRIZE DE3IGN9. We have received perxs.e. Arawa and c.c Aorangi, ELEVEN CAS^ S OF NEW BOOKS Specially ordered for tho Christmas Season, comprising the Latest Publica- tions of the renowned Publishers — Casßoll nnd Co ; Thos. Nelson and Sons; Rout- ledge ; Warne ; Partridge ; Griffith, Farren, Okeden...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
TltY KIRKPATMOK'S NEW SEASON'S JAM. SPECIAL NOTICE. TTURKPATBICK'S NEW SEASON'S J. JAM is made from NISLSON G»IoWN FRUIT, and boiled within a few hours after the fruit has beerx gatherod It thus retains most of the natural flavor of the fresh fruit. KIRKPVTRICK'S NEW BEABON'B JAM is tho moot delicious preserve m the market. Do not be persuaded to buy cheap and inferior bran i* of Jam, the remains of old stock, which mum be Hold at any price, but SK for KIKKPATBIOK'B NEW SEASON J »M, and neb that yon get it THE BW 18 ALWAYS TBE CHEAPEST. Kirkpatrick'i New Season Jam is the best. CAUTION. None is genuine unless our name is stamped on each tin, and has our revered Trade Mark &quot;Lord Nelson on the label. S, Kirkpatrick &amp; Co. MANUFACTUBEES, NELSON, N.Z. 12 9
TINWALD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
TINWALD RACES. President— Mr Donald MoLrai. Vice- Preaident— Messrs J. 0. tf. Utlggand J ? Wilkin. Jod«e— Mr Ma'the* Stitt. &quot; Stewards— Messrs* Jamea Beeg, Geo James, E. Ga'tft',' F. L W B, Ms S:ot* ; C. JapU^n. Treasurer— Me M Saott, Starter— Mr D*vid Thomas Olc.tk of the Sent ob -Mr Stephen Clark -Olerk of the Churne— Mf B. H»uk« Oaudi oippers— Meun James Lewis, aod E Gates. The annual race meeting of ; ha TinwaU Raolng O : .ub was hfH on Saturday In one of the paddooka of the Grore Farm Estate, and the tame (nnrso as list year. The attendance was very good, and there mast hbY* b en over 500 persons present. Th« weather m the early part of the day was a 1 that could be da&amp;lred, hot im the afternoon the wind came up strongly and coldly from the south west, bringing up heavy maaieß of dark looking olond* w* ose threatening appearance had the effect nf driving nnny persons boma before the* •onclanion of the meeting. The racinr. throughout the d.»y was of a ve...
O.J.O. NEW YEAR M4KTISG. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
0.J.0. NEW YEAR M4KTISG. Chhistchurch, January 1 About 300 people were present at tbe OJ.O. Meeting tt-lay. £4100 paered through tho tota iaatcrs The weither w»a fiio till 5 p.m. when showors set m. Reaa't* :— HUKDLW HAITDIOiP, of 2 I'TI Cttflh With 100 aova added, second bor«e to receive 20 soys out of the stakes ; about 1 mi c 6 furlongs. Mr H. Lunn's Tres Beo, lli». 21b (Kin e h«m) 1 Mr W. Woeton'u Aroha, 10st 101 b ( v hteaao) f Mr W. O. Rutherford's Miinb&lt;-ora, 9»t 0 b (Stewart) 3 PeUr &lt;'sbeck ll«t 10; b, Azm 9tt 9'b, Master Guy Bet 101 b and Brian Boru Bit 121 b also ran. Mainboom went off with the lead which she k^pt '.ill the home turn, making the running throughout Peter Oabeok cam* down at thn second bnrdle and Aztm opposite Ford's. Tr«bs Sco and Aroha then joined Mainboom and the three went «way from the others. They tnok the last hurdle m company, Mainboom aMghtly m advanae, Tres »Sco coming with a ruth shot ahead and won by two long -ha. T •tali«at...
AUCKLAND SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887
AUCKLAND SUMMER MEETING. AucKtiiND, January 1. The second rfny'e racing of the Acck- Und S'imiaer Meeting wan held to-day At K)l»T9!je. The a»t«nd«noowas GOOO Bib Eiq.fj}ency the Governor wan present. GjfMi'f ffORTHrKK T&gt;KBUY, Of 750 iOTB ; 1J tniies, Dawned «•• 1 Wy Norab , 2 Xln f ;fiih... 3 Catwby And Cannon also ran. At the entranoe to the straight &gt;.» y Norah came op, ad Kingfisher mada an e'fort, both nnder the whtp, bnt the fay - rl' &gt; wm eanily by a Jength and a h&amp;U. Time2rnin42«p^. D vidend— £^ fi«. New Ybar'b Handicap Hurdleb ; 2 miles Onoata 1 Mas'cr Agners ... ... ... 2 Tiger 3 Manala. Magnesia, Cora), Rawenata and MapeUte filly %ho ran. In the straizht a magnific.nt struggle took plnce be 1 ween Ornnta aad Master Agnea and Tiger, but the former wnn by a length. Dividend— £3s 8 j, Members' Pursk, of 10!) a &gt;va ; 1 mil« Thia being a weight for age race, .-,] wens scratch d, but Nels-.m, Brown centered him ov&...