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ESCAPE AND RE-CAPTURE OF A PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

ESCAPE AND RE-CAPTURE OF A PRISONER. The Press reports that at Lyttelton, shortly before eight o'clock on Saturday morning, a prisoner, named William John Simmons, escaped from the hard labor gang afc Sticking Point, He was missed immediately by Warder Manning, and was shortly afcerwards seen by the driver of a baker's cart and some boys as he was cr ssing the Sumner road. He had di vested himself of his pr'son clothes to some extent and was wearing a pair of trousers, which it seems he had made from a prison blanket, and the fit of which is said to have dono credit to his abilities as a tailor. The slarm having b&en given, the police and gaol authorities were at once m hot pursuit, and coon caught sight of him making his way up the hills through a guliy. Before he couli get over the ridge several shots from revolvers were fired at him by Warders 0 Grady and Joyce, and Simmons deemed ifc prudent to give up his attempt to evade capture, and surrendered. He was then brough...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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AMERICA AND SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

AMERICA AND SPAIN. War Declared, Blockade of Cuban Coast. The American Asiatio Squadron Attack on the Philippines Suspected- Financial Fanio m Spain. Bun on the Banks- A Message from the President Recognition of British Friend- liness. Spain's Squadron m the Philip- pines Fortification of the Harbours Another Rebellion Call to American Volunteers Capture of Merchant Vessels American Grain Ship Taken Press Association— By Bleotrio Telegraph— Copyright. London advises the Gable Company that war is actually declared. An outbreak of hostilities may be expeoted at any moment. Washington, April 28 President McKinley has proclaimed a blockade of the north coast of Cuba, within lines drawn from Cardenas to Bahia Honda and Cienfuegos on the southern coast. Advices {torn Hong Kong state that Commodore George Beway, commanding the American Asiatic squadron, left Hong Kong with six vessels of war — the cruisers Olympia, Baltimore, Boston and Raleigh, and the gunboats Petrel and Concord. It is t...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

INOANDESENT GAS-LIGHT EXCUESION WASHER 1,000,000 HIGH CLASS TOWELS GIVEN AWAY TO PUEOHASEBS OP EXCURSION WASHER, The Best Washing Powder m the World. A Large HONEYCOMB TOWEL given withJfEhree Packets. A TURKIBH ROLLER TOWEL or ft Largo HAND or; BATH TURKISH OCQWEL given with ODwelve Peokets. SHEARMAN BROS., FAMILY GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, & WINE AND SPIRIT ■■ MERCHANTS, Market house, burnett u street, ashburton. Telephone No. 63. 21 CASES 8 BALES. V M. & T, / EX TOKAMABU3 NOW OPENING. MITCHELL & TURNER, DRESS & FASHION. ANDREW ORR TT AS Opened an immccse Stock of New Goods for the Autumn and Winter. Hundreds of New Capos and Jackets, m all shades. The latest style*. DKSSES, COSTUME MATERIALS. SPECIALLY SELECTED. LOVELY GOODS. JSO DoEen Ladies' Corßets m all makes, including the Cycle Coreefr, LADIES' GAITERS IN ALL SHADES, . Millinery, NEW SHAPES, NEW MODELS, m thejlateat up to date style. LadieB 1 and Gentlemen's boots and Bhoes— French,...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

F. FERRIMAN. FIFTY THREE YEARS 1 UNIINTERRUPTIiiD l c SUCCESSS. [ 8 IMMMMM y This Chemical Prepartion ia CARBOLISED as a remedy against the ravages of Birds, Rooks, or other Pests taking the seed dressed with it* THIS PREPARATION IS NOW BEING USED EXTENSIVELY IN THE COLONIES OF NEW ZEALAND, AUS- TRALIA, & CENTRAL AFRICA. WHEAT SOWING. Best) and Cheapest DressiDg for seed Wheat, OARBOLISED. Patronised by THOUSANDS OF THE FIRST PRACTICAL FARMERS m the Kingdom. PERFEOT FREEDOM FROMJ SMUT. "■. % It is acknowledged to be an Established Faot thab D. CLARKE'S CARBOLISED WHEAT 1 PROTECTOR (Name and Label Registered under Trade Marks Act, JSo. 13,796 and 158,143) HAS BEEN USED FIFTY-THREE YEARS WITH UNDEVIATING SUCCESS XT has been amply proved by the Testi- monials of Thousands of the First Practical Agriculturalists m the KiDgdom, thab this Preparation materially assists the Germina- tion of the Seed, causing the young Plant to come up much sooner, and grow more vig...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

Public Notices. TO OUB SUBSCEIBEKB. IT IS hereby notified that all Contracts to deliver the Ashburton Mail and Aahburton Guardian made prior to March 19th last, whether subscribers may have paid m advance or otherwise, will be carried out under the conditions originally existing, except with regard to the <f free list" which is under revision ; and all contracts re advertisements prior to March 19th last, will be similarly carried out. , THE ASHBURTON PUBLISHING CO HENRY WILLIS, Manager. 1348 OTAGO'S JUBILEE 1898 NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING JFACTORT'S Jubilee Commemoration. COMPETITION mHE PROPRIETORS OF THE NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY h*ve decided to commemorate the Jubilee of Obago by presenting A CHEQUE, VALUE £25, To the person who oorreotly estimates the Number of Visitors to the Otago Jubilee Exhibition (exolusive of season tioket holders) from date of opening, Maroh 22, to June 4 inclusive. Should no one give the oorreob result, the person who guesses neares...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

Gold I Gold t Gold ! Gold ! Bright, and yollow, hard, and cold 1 Thousands of rich people would give all they possess to have nature's wealth — "Good Health." Cani sumption frequently starts, with a nasty little cough* A bottle of Wood's Great Peppermint Cure will atop this or any kind of oough. Yes, stop it at once. Go to the store and get a bottle straight away— it's only |ls KOZIE TEA. Most Eeouomioai

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

Mr Cuyler ia one of the leading merohanta of this village and one of the most prominent men m this vioinity.— -W. G. Phikpin, Edi- tor Red Creek Herald. For Bftle by Aslr burtpa Dru? Oompaay,

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Capture of a Thousand Spanish Troops. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

Capture of a Thousand Spanish Troops. Received Wakapuaka April 25,9.30 a.m., Guardian Office 10.12 a.m. Sydney, April 25 A cable received m Sydney yesterday, per medium of Central Presa Agency, London, stated that th.c flagship New York captured the Bteamer Alphonso XII. with a thousand Spanish troops aboard, after a four miles chase off Havana.

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Capture of Another Spanish Steamer [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

Capture of Another Spanish Steamer Neutral Flags Confidence m Spain Received Wak'apuaka April 25, 9.50 a. m, Guardian Office 10.50 a.m. New York, April 24 A torpedo boat attached to Oaptain Sampson's squadron captured the Spanish steamer Mathilde after a sharp ohaßP. The guns from Morro Oastle, a large fort guarding Havana harbor, fired ten shots at the blockading squadron, which were ineffective, and the squadron did not reply. America has decided to recognise that a neutral flag covers an enemy's goods, excepting contraband of war, such goods being liable to seizure though not under an enemy's flag. America has determined that the blockade must be effective. Madrid, April 24= An improved tone prevails m the Spanish Bourses, and the rush of depositors to withdraw money from the banks has mitigated. ( Melbourne, April 25 Numerous volunteers are offering their services to the American consul. Adelaide, April 25 The declaration of war was announced at the theatre on Saturday night. Th...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 April 1898

THE WEATHER. ALFORD STATION. The following is thß meteorological repor for the week ending April 22, 1898 :— . 8 - ■- i' Shade. g igh gtftte a Date. m of a Low. High Bun weather. c Saturday.. 35- 77* 126* Fine, Calm s Sunday .. 44' 54- 62- Rain E. Monday .. 35' 58- 117- Fine „ Tuesday .. 32* 65 1 117. „ ,t Wedneßday 33" 71' 121- „ Calm. Thursday.. 35' 50' 50- Rain SB. JcSay .. 32- 64- 122- Fine N.W; Rainfall during week, I*6o inches.

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Australian [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 April 1901

Australian (Jolted Press Association—By Electric Telegraph Received Wakepuaka April 13, 9^o am This Office 9 60 a m Melbourne, April 13 The Federal Cabinet has decided that members of the Senate shall be officially styled Senators, and manabera of the House will add M.P. to their names, The matter of the appointment of Mr Fegan stands over till the genera! quobtiou of appointments is dealt with. Meadt-a Fraser, Zeil, hargood, Best, Styles, and Barrett have been declared elected to the Senate. The total invitations is«ued by Government for the opening of the Federal Parliament number 9,400, including 400 to New Zealand. With the exception of a few specially honoured personages, all the guests will pay their own travelling and hotel expenses.

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THE OPHXR AT COLOMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 April 1901

THE OPHXR AT COLOMBO. United Frees Association—By Elsottio Telegraph—Copy r igh 6 (Received 13, 9 8 am Colombo, .April 12 The Gphir has arrived At Colombo, The voyage across the Indian Ocean from Aden was perfect, Fetes were held at Colombo and Kandy, which were a brilliant success, The decorations and iUuniinationa were on a lavish scale, and enthusiastic crowds were everywhere sympathetic. Addresses were presented by the principal public bodies. The Yorka are m the best of health and spirits.

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ASHBURTON AND THE ROYAL VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 April 1901

ASHBURTON AND THE ROYAL VISITORS This subject was brought up by the Ohair. man Mr C J Harper at yesterday's maeting of the County Council. Ac Rakaia was their boundary, and tho Borough Ooanoil would bo acting with respect to Ashburton, he auggfl&ted that an address be presented at the former railway station as a welcome from the eoaivy. In a j case he thought arraugemonfa should bo mn'le thab as the train passed through A'hburton the people should have a chance of seeing thoir future King, If an addieaß could not. be presented hero he saw no reuaon why m any case the train cou'd not bo slowed down, and as both eideß of the lino would be crowded, people would have a chsvnce cf obtaining a giimpse of the visitors. It Beamed a pity that as they were o< ming through at the expense of the county, they should not be seen. Mr Wright said the Governor could arrange it. He had only to instruct the engine river to take m water here and thie would meet the oaae. Christoh...

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An Alleged Abscender. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 April 1901

An Alleged Abscender. United Press Association— By Eieotrfo Telegraph Atoklahd, April 13 Reports are curror fc respootlng H Jobmton for several y«ara Managing Director of Kauri Timber Company. Johnston left Auckland on April Ist for Melbourne, to interview the directo*B there. It is stated he has not reached Melbourne. Many reports are current as to the cs.uae of hie nonarrival. It is understood the director* here and m Melbourne are considering airoum* stances. it, now transpires thab Johnston wu m Sydney on Thursday. Since his departure d ftcrepatiCies have bten discovered m hie accounts amounting to between £2000 And £3000- _,_,,_____.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 April 1901

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. _^B . United Pn-sa Association —By fiisofcrio Telegraph Wellington. April 13 B ivvy, who was arrested last year, a« a French eeoapee from New Caisdoiti*. bat) was released by the GoTernor, after being onveyed there, hat issued a writ againit the Cunt DeOourte, French Consul, claiming £6COO damages. The Premier has received a cablegram from Ithe GoV' Baor of Cape Colony that Trooper W 0 Lawrie, of thj Sixth New Zealand Contingent was severely wounded near Waterebnrg, on the 7th April The Sixth is with Plumer's column. Dunkdin, April 13 The Mayor Mr Ohrlsholm,'was iasfe nlghfc presented by the Corporation employees with an illnminated addiess and wslkiig' stick, for attentions during hia term of office and for advancing the positions of the employees. GisjBORNB. April 13 The Natives Association has decided to repair and tidy up the gmvea of Captain Cart and Mr dinning, two early settlers who died m the defence of their country m a fight against Tekooti at RuaUkui, ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 April 1901

Christohurch, April 13 A complicated and contradictory Han* | mer Plains wages case, Clara Clark v! R W Hoed came to a sensational ending ; m the Magistrate's Courb this mornltjg. Clara Clark had been employed by Hood, '■ as servant and left with £67 16s wages alleged to be owing bo her for which she claimed. Defendant swore that the girl j had been paid thia morning The Magis trate gave judgment for the girl, for £42 17a and ordered proceedings frr perjary to be instituted sgainst Hood and his wife. Hood who was m Court was remanded for a week, bai» being allowed. OAMABET, April 13 The Ariadne inqairy was continued this , morning. Four members of the crow were ' examined. The evidence of three foreigners conflicted with that of the owner fend officer. One German named Wfnd, deposed that the male had twice during the voyage told him that the cihptain was| going to try Had ran the vp«i»bl ashore, and that) he, the mate, loto do 1 to iv.vo a few pounds. Wind stated th >t he...

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MINING [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 April 1901

MINING The Junction Electric is repairing. The Hartley and Riley is undergoing a thorough overhaul Tbe Cromwell la repairing her boiler. The Kinotric Extended return should be about 70 z this week. The Sailors' Band has reatimsd dredging. Fourteen Mile Beach is having her driving gear altered. The Galvanic has reached bottom. r!he Metallic Company is oo«it>«mplatit)g blasting a passage for their dredge through the rapids. The Eolipee is overhauling her machinery, Tacon's Cadrona and Cddrona No 1 are working sfceadaly, but no report* have been mc.de public. Richards' Beach have appointed a committee of shareholder* to decide whether it is better to farther Increase their capital or wind apt Dredging returns:—Earnscleagh 11. llloz 4dwb, Alpine Consols 48osc Sdwb, Alpine 11. 2§o» 12dwt 14gn, Central Eleotrio 20ob 2dwfe, Bsoond Magnetic 21oz 2dwfc. Dunbbik, April 13 Sales—Alpine Oomols, 4at46t, 45s 6d; Alpine No 2,2 at 43i 6d; Arrow Jnnction, 2 an 17a 6d, 15s; Electric Extend...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 April 1901

Lonomaoh Road Boab»—A meettag of the LoDgbenah Road Board took place thii morning, bat the business dona was not important The report of the proceedings ie QHftvoMiM held! emir. Tboomb Oooksoh—Mr B Oooksoa has just received a telegram from Mr Beddons, •tating tb.at ia reply to a cabl« to South Atirlba, bo learois that Troopar Cookson had bests m the Hospital at Pratoria aufferiog from eiaterio, bat was progressing eattefac> tenlf ... . , The i*l® of pianos, organs, and musical taitrumtnb at theD.I.O, new premises m Taaored Street, is proving splendidly bho cental, q*sife® R lar Se oumbsr o£ oliente having BTc.ilsd themnelves already of dealing witb a inn whose instruments are known ItHopghout the length ms breadth of tht @otont* foerth thipmeot of piacoH and arg»«B mi opened this morning, and freah fc*?gai»i are aauouiioedi Intending bayere would do well tt p»ke bfaeir leleotion befoct

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 April 1901

Ab«adb SAW—Mr D Thomas' usual weekly arcade auction was held today bsfore a good attendance. A fair number of horses wen entered and a large stock of sundries meeting with good enquiry.

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