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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 April 1898
Public Notices, [a card. MRS O'CONNOR, HOARD AND RESIDENCE. -&gt; Tancred Street. 427 t; THE TEA OF THE AGE SAXON TEA. SAXON TEA. HpRY IT, AND YOU WILL HAVE jSO OTHER. SAXON TEA. SAXON TEA, I*Bt essor Bioke^ton reports tba SAXON TEAS is absolutely Pare and of good quality GQ B.H t3 co y g EH g * ... SMOKE THE NEW VENUS Dark Aromatic Plug Tobacco. THE CELEBRATED &amp; BEST BBAND MANUFACTURED FROM OffOICESH VIRGINA LEAP ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. ON and after Thursday,' the 7th day of January, 1897, this Office will be CLOSED FOR THE WEEKLY HALF- HOLIDAY, ON THURSDAY instead of SATURDAY, And will be open until 4 p.m. on Saturday after that date. EDWARD STEPHENS, Manager NEW YOBK LEVER WATCHES. NEW YORK LEVER WATCHES. 'MEW YORK LEVER WATCHES* ONLY lOs eel. a. jesson; SOLE AGENT. DENTAL NOTICE Mr G. F. DODDS WISHES to notify to hia Patients that he haa left his former rooms m Burnetc Street, and may now be consulted at his residence, corner of T...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 April 1898
&quot; THE CORNER &quot; HAVING now Completed the Shipments of New Goods for the Autumn and Winter, the Stock stands one of the Most Complete m New Zealand. Every article h&amp;8 been selected by the Home Buyer with the greatest care from the actual manufacturers, thuß saving intermediate profits and securing all discounts and concessions which every purchaser at «« I'HK COKJNJEHLC&quot; participates m. Ladies' Tartan Belts, Ribbons, Plushes, White Muslin and Holland Aprons, 1b °P Choice Trimmed and Unt rimmed Hats, upwards ; New Coating Serges, all shades, Large Variety Combinations, Divided Skirts, from Is 6d per yard; New Dress Tweeds, | Best Selection Capes and Jackets, New Merinoa, Habit Clothß, Fancy Braids, Waterproofs for Ladies and Girls, Plain and Silks and Plushes, Fancy Flannelettes for Kmbroidered Chiffons, Our Famouß Kid Blouses Bsd per yard, Molletonß m Newest Gloves, Brown 2s 6d per pair, Black 2s lid Floral Designs for Dressing Gowns ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 April 1898
Public Notices. A. WARREN, B ASKBTM AKBR, E. W. Hallo, Herbalist, (nearly pposite Arcade), TANCRED STREEI', ASHBURTON. ALL KINDS of WICKERWORK Made io Order and Repaired. 12 2 HAIR CURLING FLjDID. fTIHIS FLUID is a secret recipe, and ia J_ used by the leading ladiea of England and Amerioa, and now used m all the first- olaßs Saloons throughout the world. It ia delicately perfumed, and can be recom- mended as a firat-clasa Toilet Preparation. DIRECTIONS. Moißten the hair with the Fluid, and adjußt it loosely. As it dries it will show a tendenoy to ourl. Then run your finger* through it to lighten it up, as you desire. PRIOE— 3b PER BOTTLE, PREPARED BY C. G. ELEY, LADIES' HAIRDRESSER. Jiew York, U.S.A., J. B. KIRK, Agent. E. DUCKWORTH &amp; SON, TTNDERTAKERS, Cabinetmakers, and yj Upholsterers, Funerals conducted at the followingprices :— Covered Coffins, with hearse and coaoh complete, from £7 10s. Polished Coffin, silver plated furniture £8. Children from £2 10s Burnett Stre...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
'hipping. j&amp;m^T®st NEW ZEALAND jgfllgg^S HIPPING OO.'S LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, FOR LONDON, . Via Monte Video, Teneriffe &amp; Plymouth. Beat Accommodation for all classes of Passengers at Lowest Rates. Port of Steamers. Tons. Departure. Date. Rimutaka 4515 Wellington April 14 Waimate 6688 Wellington May 12 Kaikoura 4507 Wellington Juno G Tongariro 4183 -» July 7 Ruahine 6127 — August 4 R.M.S. Ruahine and Rimutaka will call at Rio de Janero as well as Monte Video. For further particulars apply to FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd. Agents, Ashburton, SHAW, SAYILL AND ALBION CUMPANY, LIMITED. FOR LONDON. jtta T&gt;OYAL MAIL STBA- &lt;(ra|||»s v - 1 -*' MERS, wlthsnperlor iSm UsaflsSa accommodation for all classes I &quot; rr of passengors, calling at Monte Video or Rio, Teneriffe and Ply- month. Tons Commander From Date. lonio M-4753Kempson. w Wel'tn Mar. 31 Tokomaru 6238 Maxwell ... Wel'tn April 7 Gothic .„ 7730 Kidley ... — May 26 Delphio ... 8355 S...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
J3 ROBERT MURRAY, S (l^^^^i EAST STREET &gt; ASHBURTON. x^^^^^k (For the last 18 yeara the only practical Horologist in* the District.) if TNVITES the public to inspeol hla magnificent stook tf WATCHES, £ W CLOCKS, Q j__wijji_i_:igicy, q H &amp;&gt; PI_ATJEiJL&gt; GOODS. ~ OPTICAL AND OTHER LINES. .w 0 — — V? Watches of all grades from the loweßt price to the highest quality— non-magnetic London hand-made goodß. , Olocfecs m Ormolu Marble, Wood, Nickel; and Fanoy Owes, the n higher grades being manufactured on the premises. W A tJe&gt;vel]ei*y and Plated Ooode— Newest designs, H best quality, lowest prioes. Q Holding the mostperfeob plant, the largest stook of materials, and J the most skilful staff of wotkmen, Robert Murray can offer exceptional advantages m the exeoution of Repairs. £4 50 TOOTS Experience m the trade. DAVID THOMAS. Auctioneer, Land, Insurance &amp; Estate Agent, Valuator, Wool and Grain Broker, ASHBURTON, Loans Negot...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
I A GIGANTIC IDEA. HAS Occurred to the proprietors ot the New Zealand made |&quot; ATALANTA Bioycle, whereby they are determined to Lend anybody, Lady or Gentleman, AN &quot;ATALANTA&quot; BICYCLE, Fitted with Dunlop Tyres, new, and equipped with all accessories necessary to render a maoMne absolutely ready for use FREE OF CHARGE. As the publication of the working of this absolutely new system of supplying Bioyoleo would soon exhaust the largest stock m the world, we have decided to limib its application to those who make personal or written application to the Company*! Depot Managers at Christohuroh, Dunedin, and Wellington, who will then explain to those applicants the nature of this oolossal enterprise and furnish them with all particular* requisite for their participation m the advantages of this our latest enterprise, The Austral Cycle Agency, LIMITED. LICHFIELD &amp; COLOMBO STEEETS, CHEISTCHUECH ; 123, GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN ; AND 61, LAMBTON Q...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
rriRUST AND AGENCY COM- JL PaNY OF AUSTRALASIA, lIMIIED. lucorpoc&amp;ted 1860. L Authorised Capital ... .„ £2,000,000 Subscribed £1,750,000 Reserve Funds (British Console, etc.) ... £207,50 Manager and Inspector for New Zealand— JAS. NATHL. HAMER, Esq., Ohriut- ohurch. Solicitors and Agents— Messrs Wynn* Williams and Brown, Chriatchurch ; Messrs Chapman and Tripp, Wellington j and Messrs Sainsbury and Logan, Napier. Head Office m New Zealand : 211 Hereford Street, Chriatchurch. LOANS GRANTED ON FREEHOLD FARM LANDS. Advances oan be repaid at six months' notioe, and even sums up to three-fifths of amount borrowed can be paid off at any time by giving 5 months' written notioe. 217 NOTICE. Mrs KNIGHT, B^vJttllNG SQUARE, IS A CASH PURCHASER of Clothing, Books, Furniture, Jewellery, Portman- teaux, Bioyoles, Harness, Tents, Etc A LARGE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND CLOTHES TO SUIT EVERYONE. NOTE ADDRESS- Mrs KNIGHT f] BABING SQUAEE. 4 144 I • ' * I a O • o &quot;S • a * » E o S - ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
WANTED Known— Special Delivery o cur Special Kid Gloves, brown 2/1 per pair, black 2/11 per pair.— W. H Collier, &quot;The Corner.&quot; WANTED Known— New Jackets, Capea Macintoshes, Millinery, Dreues Trimmings for Ladies, Misses and Girla.- W H. Collier, &quot;The Corner/ 11/' ANTED Known—That we are non m showing the finest assortment oi Gents' Ties, Bows and Scarfs, we have evei had the pleasure of submitting. Men's and Boys' Straw and Felt Hats m endless assortment. New Goods m Tennis Shi-.ts just opened.— Mitchell &amp; Tubnbb. YTTANTED Known— Spectacles, Eye T ? Proteotors, Goggles, Folders, and Everything m the optical Una «t 9 Salvr's, Optioian. npENDERS wanted to wear out 1000 X pairs of Mellor's ludestruotible Boots. Wear like brass. WANTED— A dozen smart Ladies to try our new kangaroo calf Shoe.— Mellor's Zealandia Boot Store. WANTED Known — Two . oases of Sample Hosiery for sale, Ladies' Combinations and Vests, Plain and Fancy Stockings, M...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
FOB SALE, T&gt;ESIDENOE near the Canterbury Miili JL) fronting the Railway. About three-eighths of an acre of and with substantially built square House m perfect order with all conveniences, «to., the pro- perty of Mr Werry, who is leaving the district. Exceptionally easy term can be arranged. T. BULLOCK. 0 LET.— Cottage of three rooma with large wash bouse, shed, etc, at back, Bitaated m Cburoh Street, Himpstead. Rental 5s per week, T. BULLOCK. _ Agent. TO LET. &quot; of Four Rooow, and two Kj Sections, fronting Allen'i Road, Allenton. T. BULLOCK. ~~ TO LET. /COTTAGE of 4ropnjß, Wills Street, front J ing the Domain and near the Railway Station, Apply to, T. BULLOCK. FOE SALE— ' i-AORE. £140 price required for $ an acre, being Lot 13, well Bituated on Beach Road, Bampstead on which is erected ft dwelling of 4 rooms wiih Verandah and Bcullery at back, the owner moving into the country. Very easy terms of payment, viz., email pash deposit, balance by instalments extend...
The Ashburton Guardian. Magna est Veritas et Prævalebit. MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
The Ashburton Guardian. Magna est Veritas et Prævalebit. MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1898. Fjrom an American journal we give the following particulars respecting Key West, which is certain to form KEY WEST, an important point m the present struggle between Spain and the United States : — &quot; It is with a great deal of satisfaction to the public at large that the United States Government has, within the past year, commenced work on the fortifications at Key Wesb. Occupying the position it does, too much consideration cannot be given to our most southern ciiy as a naval strategic point. It is, m faofc, considered third m value. The island of Key West, only six miles long by aboub two m width, is of great value to Udclg Sam, ani occupies one of the mosc exposed positions on our whole coast-line. Four deep water channels already In existence, and bbc Government opening a new one to the north west, make it easily accessible from all directions by the largest vessels m the world. Key Wes...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
Local and General. -*- Death ov JudghFenton.— Judge Fenton, ex-Judge of the Native Landa Court, died suddenly at Auckland yesterday from apoplexy. Fire— On Saturday afternoon the residence of Mr Nicholas Welsh, situated on the Great South Road, about two miles from Chertsey, was burned down. The cause of the fire is unknown, and there is no insurance on the property. i The School Elections.— Householders are again reminded that the eleotions of school oommittees take place this evening m all the districts, and they should strain a point to be present It is understood that there will be lively discussions at more than one meeting. The Want of a Morgue.— Nelson is, like Christohurch, m want of a publio morgue A few days ago im Nelson a ehtd at the rear of a private house was used to receive a dead body, pending the inquest. The jury, thereupon, added a rider to their verdicb, urging the necessity for a proper building for euch a purpose. Insufficiency op Railway Tbtjoks.— A Wellington...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
News m Brief. The stewards of the Ashburton Coursing Olub meet to-night ac the Commercial Hotel at eight o'clock. Synopsis of New Advkbtisbments Wanted— A Girl. For sale — Windmill and pump Church services — St. Stephen's John Aslett — Notice re laying poison Notice — Be Mr Yale's meeting
Educational Institute [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
Educational Institute An ordinary general meeting of the Aahburton section of the North Canterbury Educational Institute was held m the Borough (schoolroom on Saturday. There was a very good attendance, twenty-five ladies and gentlemen being present. Mr C. D. Hardie gave a resume of the work done at the Dunedin Conference, and received a vote of thanks. A very large amount of discussion took place on the present system of nomination of teachers. The following resolution was passed : — &quot; That the Institute be asked to draw up some Bcheme whereby the country teachers should have an equal chance of competing for positions m the town schools with those already on the spot, and whereby the evil* of cauvassing might be done away with. This seotion would specially recommend thab promotions as well as appointments should be subject to the Board's two-year limit ; and also thab any teachers reflecting adversely on fellow teachers m applying for appointments should be disqualifie...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
COMMERCIAL. Press Association — By Electric Telegaph- Copyright. Sydney, April 23 Flour and wheat show signs of hardening, Flour has advanced from 5a to 10s. Messrs Dalgefcy and Co., Limited, have received the following cablegram from their London office under date 21st instant : — &quot;Sheepskins — There is a good demand for merinos. Prices are very firm, and any ohange is m favor of sellers. Combing orossbredrrc-Since our last telegram prices are unchanged. Clothing crossbred — Prioes are lower by id.&quot;
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
OBITUARY. Press Association— By Electric Telegraph Napier, April 25 Brother Brazile Montchalin, of the Catholic mission station, Meanee, one of the eldest and most respected settlers of the district, died on Saturday evening, aged 84. He joined the Marist Brothers m 1834, and a few years afterwards came to New Zealand with some missionary priests, landing m the Bay of Islands m 1841.
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
CYCLING. Itoad Race Handicaps. The following handicaps have been declared for the Road Race to Winch more and back to be run on Thursday afternoon at three o'clock : — F W Symona scr, O Willis scr, H B Curtis lmin, R H B Upton 1,30, W J Shearman 1.30, W G Gallagher 2miD, W J Purchas 2min, N Joneß 2min, J R Friedlander 2min, A Perm 3min, F W Seldon 3min, L Hobbs 3min, A G Barton 3min, G Friedlander 3min, E Crisp 3min, W Willis 3min, O Crum 3min, G Carson 3min, L Nicoll 3min, W Hefford 3min, Gilbert 3 2,0, T F Gibson 3.20, J Smitheram 3.20, H Chapman 3 20, B Amos' 3.40, L Owen 3.40, A H Field 3 40, M Bruce 4min, G W Iby 4min, H A Flower 4min, E Maraden 6.30.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
FOOTBALL. The combined meeting of the Ashburton and Ashburton Junior Football Clubs was held on Friday evening last, when the amalgamation of the clubs was carried by acclamation. The amalgamation should make the Ashburton Football Olub ebronger than it has been for years m Ashburton and it is doubtful that as far as numbers are concerned if the Club has ever been so ■strong. After a long discussion re rules, etc., the election of officers for the ensuiDg season took place, and resulted as follows : — Patron— Mr D Thomas; President— Mr G A M Buokley ; Vice-Fresidents — Messrs E (1 Wright, M.H.R., Hugo Friedlander, F Ferriman, W Patching, H Drummond, S H Graves, D McLean, H D&amp;vis, R Alexander, J Snodgrass ; Captain — Mr E Orr ; Vice- Captain — Mr L J Hobbs ; Hon Secretary — Mr I A Baigent ; Hon Treasurer — Mr H E Curtie ; Auditor — Mr Seldon ; Committee — Messrs Upton, Cromie, F Wilson, Dixon, and Pilbrow. It was resolved to enter a team for the senior contest) of the Sou...
THE IRRIGATION LOANS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898
THE IRRIGATION LOANS. What Government is Prepared to do! The following letters were read at the Oounty Counoil meeting on Friday : — Ashbnrton County Counoil, January 31, 1898. Sir,— l have the honor by the direction of the Chairman to enquire on what terms (interest including sinking fnnd) ths Government would be prepared to advance the following aama to this Council for irrigation works, via., £5000 Ruapuna dutricb, £21,000 Hinds-RangiUta dietriofc. 3tepi are now being taken under The Water Supply Aob to constitute the above districts, and •. vote of the ratepayers will be taken m due course. As this Council meets ma Friday next, the 4th February, an answer by wire will oblige, so as to avoid any delay. — I have etc., F. Majnwabikg, Clerk. — The Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Wellington. The Treasury, New Zealand, Wellington, 7th February, 1898. Sir,— la reply to your letter of the 31st ultimo, addressed to the Colonial Secretary, and now referred to the Treasury, I am directe...