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EPHEMERIS [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

EPHEMERIS 'uil m<mn (ast quarter kpogee few moos first quarter 'erigee 4 12 5 19 26 10 0 50 pro 3 27 ptn 6 0 pm 9 7 » m 3 45 » vn 8 3C£am Phwes of Moon for April BDN. Date pril »» i« »» 11 12 13 14 15 * • Ri«ea 6 30 6 32 6 33 6 34 6 36 5 31 5 29 5 28 5 26 5 24

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
Country/State of Publication: New Zealand
ASHBURTON GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

ASHBURTON GRAIN MARKET. The Aehbnrton Agency of the New Zealand 1 Farmers 9 Co-operative Association of Canter bury, Ltd, quote as follows on April 12, 1901:— Wheat- Prime milling Pearl .» 2» IJd „ „ Tuscan.- 2s 2d „ „ Hunter's 2a Id New Ofc'.e— Duns la li to Is 2d „ Danish 1» Id to Is 2d „ Sparrowbills Is 2J4 to la 3d „ Caooidiitn U3dto Is 3J4 Barley—Malting, prime 2s> Inferior la 6d Ohafl—Good oatuheaf 37■* 6d Qrass Seed—New Ib to Is 6d The above are prices current paid to farmers on trnoks at Aahburton. '

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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HAVELOOK STREET MART [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

HAVELOOK STREET MART Mr H StephtDßon, auction c , rrports thai there was a largo attendance at bis weekly sale on Saturday, and heavy entries to all liaes aubmiited. Following are the pritei obtained ;~Fowle Is, is 64, Is M, Z« 93, 2s par pair j duoks 2a 6d, 2» 9d, 3s per pair % geese 6s p«r p»ir. Pig« ? (good demand); weaners Ss, 9s, and I©b { porkers 15s, 17s 6d, 18s ; stores 18t, 20s, and up to Mi» Cows £5 10* to £6 ; onions f d per Ib ; potatoes 4s togsftd per sack; wheat, (chick), 6s to 7s 6d par sack; oats, (seconds), 4s per sack } ■pplta Id per 1b ; totnatoos 3|d per Ib.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
Country/State of Publication: New Zealand
Mail Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

Mail Notices Mails dose for the following plaoeß as «nder a oubjact to the necessary alterations s IUE3DAY, APKIL 16 For Northern Ports and Westporb, per Eotomahana, at 6 30 p m

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
Country/State of Publication: New Zealand
Ashburton Gusrdian MAGNAEST VERTAS ET PRÆVALEBIT MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1901. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

Ashburton Gusrdian MAGNAEST VERTAS ET PRÆVALEBIT MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1901. Local and General. Persotaw—Mr Wm. Kerr, who mot wltn & tomtwbat isriout aoeidenfc on Saturday, It now progretslng wall fcowardi recovery. ASHBUBTOH MOONIED Rwi»B«-»It hiving b «n duidei ts ratae the nominal ttrength of the Corps above the (Joveinmtai maximum, applications are Invited In »a| •dvertielag columnifromfehcie.detiriog6obe extolled A Will Earnsd Tbip-Ous w«1I known townsman Mr D ThooiM, purposes taking a trip fco BngUod, »ad int«nd» t« le*T9 witkin the next three mtnthi. Hli nnimMM friendi In the diitriob will wilh him * pleft»n4 »od profitable txoußiltl | N.o PsflpEoyoii p* Feesonb—The Minister ol Public Woikß msh tpt s drive on a r«e»nt afiernooo towards puDgarehn, and fatu i^9 Eltesm /frfiw) wai ntfiqr tjitopub id when he ?as w,yi«id by • t n °»«a*e n k%" at fieimsm* an<* £Sto& on to pay toll. He wafSnder the impfMßfen prevuiwlj that toUgatM were a t...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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Magisterial [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

Magisterial ABHBORTON-MONDAI (Before E Alcorn and D ThomM Esqra , Justices) Drunkenness — Joseph Sloane was charged with drunkenness en April 13th Ho was not present, bat sent In a letter admitting ,the offence Fined 5s and 2a BOM Prohibition Order — A Prohibition order was granted againsb a townsman on the application of his friends Alleged Intent to commit a Crime— IJenry Wilson, alias Thos J Walker, wae charged that on 3.3 th April, he entered i tho premises of .John Mpfspß, by day, with intent to commit a crlnip Mr Moison gave evident to the effect I that his cash box, of an American patent, with bell attached, was kept In a drawer at the back of hie boot shop On Saturday last there was £15 m the oaah box He did not) know accused William Hodgson, an employs*, stated there was a window betwian the workroom and fr»nt phop, Ht knew accused by tight, and saw him on S&Varday Ja?t m tho shop at half past one. Heard the till bell rtag, and od looking through the window saw ...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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News in Brief [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

News in Brief In a reoent issue we circulated an lmeb containing a few out of hundreds of original and unsolicited testimonials m reference to a new patenb w&shing machine which th« D.1.0 are introducing into tbia district). We are informed that the first shipment of these are all sold out and that the second »hipment (b due on the 13th icet, and M some people doubt the ability of theas maohinea to do what ia claimed for them, the firm—until the end of the present month—offer anyone a free trial of the machine m their own homes, stipulating oijly that m the event of not purchasing .country clients shall return the machine free of ooat to the jjrm, tha .firm taking all responsibility ac regards damage, breakage etc. We would remind our readers that this splendid offer of testing the machine free from any reapociibility ia only available until the 36th April, and all orders for free trial mutt &» is oo or before that date,, Bun»ay Work—Two oasts are to be: brou...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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Longbeach Road Board [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

Longbeach Road Board The usual monthly meeting of the above Board was held on Saturday. Present- Messrs Bishop (m the chair), Wilson, Lill, and Body. Mr J 0 N Grlgg. the Board's chairman, apologised for absence, he being m Central Otago. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The balance at the Bank was reported to be £44318s 4d. Oorresponednce was read from Mr JO Nj Grigg asking for permission to lay a tramway across the road to the brick kilns on his property.—lt was decided to grant the request, the applicant to keep the road m repair where the tramway crosses, the line to be laid down subject to the approval of the Board. From the Survey Office re alterations m roll.—Decided to make the necessary alterations. From Receiver of Lands re thirds and fourths—The Bo.trd decided to supply the necepsary iuf'-rnution. The Survivor's report was read. The tender of J Reid was accepted for road work In connection with the Board election, the returning officer was instructe...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
Country/State of Publication: New Zealand
Selling Adulterated Butter [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

Selling Adulterated Butter United Press Association—By Eleotrio Telegr«,ph~=-Oop /righb London, April 12 A grocer haa been fined at Southwark for selling French butter, containing 62 grains of boracic acid to the pound.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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Torpedo Destroyers in Diffienlties [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

Torpedo Destroyers in Diffienlties A WHOLE FLOTILLA OF BBITISH BOATS OBIPPLBD. United Press Association—By Eleotrio Telegraph—Copyright London, April 12 All the Devonport fhtilla of eight torpedo boat destroyers, whioh were sent on a three weeks' oruiie, have been crippled by a heavy wave m the Bristol Channel. The deutroyer Seal was Btruak with the full force of the wave and her back was broken It is feared the darasge is irreparable. The Bat and Wolf hay« leaky oondenßew, and the Ji^oust proved to hate inanf&oient engine power.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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Shocking Domestic Tragedy [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

Shocking Domestic Tragedy MURDEROUS BEHAVIOUR OF A MARRIED MAN Halted Press Association—By Eteotrio Telegraph—Copyright; Sydnit, April H A tragedy ha« occurred at Madges. Alfred Kent, with a bar of iron, at* tacked and teverelj injured hit mother, wife, and two children. Qne of the latter, three months old, succumbed to its injuries The mother is m a serious condition. 1 Kent has ahown signs of insanity for aome time Kent's mother is a half caste Maori.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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A Fight to the Death [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

A Fight to the Death DESPEBATE BATTLE BBTWBBN ARABIAN TRIBESMEN FIVE THOUSAND WARRIORS KILLED United Press Association—By Eiootrio Teleuiraph—Copyright London, April 12. The Thrm ef India states that five thousand warriors were killed m a | b»ttißT^tWfißQ rival tribesmen m tho ! Neid or 'hignlanjd region p£ Ajrabic, 1 " "Aprir i§ £ater detaiii d the tigbtmg In ' Arabia show that Ibttrajhid, K-'ng of the Fejd, or highland region of Cental Arabia, entrapped M*baroukh, Sheikh | of Koweyt, m a narrow gorge, annibi ; lating his forces ens oaptaring the camp. Mabaroukh recently defeated and deposed Ibnraibid.

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A Swimming Record Broken. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

A Swimming Record Broken. BEMABK&BLE TIME ESTABLISHED. United Prees Association—By Eleotric Telegraph—Copy right Sydney April 14 In the mils amateur swimming ohampion' ship of New South Wales, GBeid beatß Gavin by three quartets of a lap, ia 24min 46 4-Sth 860, a world's record. GaviH's time was 25min 12 4-sth sco, Seating his own prbvious Australasian record of S6miu 52 1 sth eco.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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The Federation Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

The Federation Commission. United Prtßß Atiooiation—By Bleotrie Telegraph—Copyright Sydney, April 14 The New Zealand Federation Commission has returned to Sydney, and will take further evidence on Tuesday.

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The Antarctic Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

The Antarctic Expedition. United Prsss Asioelation—By Elect* l« Qhfograph Lonboh, April 18 The Times is appealing for an additional £15 000 towards the Antarctic Expedition, m order to secure a whaling ship as a tender. This would enable the recently launched exploring ■hip Discovery to remain m the Antarctic regions for a second summer.

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The Chinese Situation [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

The Chinese Situation United Press Aesooiation-—by Eleetrie Telegraph—Copyright London, April 18 The Standard Bt&tes that Ohangcbitang one o! the Yangtze Viceroya, on Wednesday reviews 20,000 foreign drilled Chinese troops, who are ready for any expedition The Telegraph states that Russia claims expenses for maintaining 220,000 troops m China, and for losses j caused by the destruction of the railroad m Manchuria. The claim exceeds that of Germany. Russia's action m making such a large claim is attributed to the rejection of the Manchurian | Convention A Shanghai correspondent reports that Linkanyi, a Yangtze Viceroy, has received a letter from the British Government, recognising bis patriotism and pertinacity m opposing the consummation of the Ruaso Chinese Manshurian Convention, 2he Times, com renting on the subject, says it is hardly doubtful that a similar communication haß been sent to Changchitung. The letters are an indication that Great Britain is alive to the si...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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SOUTH AFRICA [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

SOUTH AFRICA Unitel! Press AMoci&tion—By Eleetrio Telegraph—Copyrijshti London, April 12 A single well concealed Boer urprisf d six Tasmanians nearing Pietertborg, ond killed t«ro, Private? Walters and Dale, with successive sbote, London, April 13 Th« Boer sniper, who killrd Walters and Sale (not Dale), of the Tasmaniac Contingent, aear Pietersburg, was himself killed. A strong convsy has reached Bustenburg, whicti has been loosely invested by the enemy since January. Nine hondred of the besiegers hurried north. When the Queen's death and the King's secession were heiiographed to the besieged, Major Doran's garrison trained minute guns on the Boers and fired salutes with live shells.

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THE RETURN OF COLONEL ROBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

THE RETURN OF COLONEL ROBIN. United Pres»'A»scciation—By Eleotrto Telegraph Ddnkdin, April 13 The Officers'o>ub'have decided to meet Colonel Robin at the railw»y station on hit return home, and praient him with an addrent, and at '* later date tender him a banquet.* The Mayor of Port Chalmers has wired the Premier suggesting that Port Chalmers should be saads the Tongariro'i first porb of eaiU Palmerston NoftTH April 13 The Home Governmtnt has granted a pension of £60 a year to the widow, and £12 10s a year t.o ?ach of thd two children of Lieatecant W J Berry, of the Third Contingent of Rough Eiders, who died at JohaDne«b«rg last June, the pensions to date from his death. This is In addition to a similar amount guaranteed by the New 2-aland Government, makinsr the total £17§

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
Country/State of Publication: New Zealand
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 April 1901

Sporting. United *Voh« Association—-By Eleo*rt Telegraph—Copyright) Storey, April IS There wai beautiful weather and a good attendance at the concluding day's racing of the Australian Jockey Club's Autumn Meeting. '1 he following m the result of the principle event:— The AJO Plate, three miles —La Carabine 9.t 31b, 1; San Fran Bit, 2; Advance 9ti, 3. Paul Pry also started. Betting 10 to 9 on Advance. Won by three* quarters of a Ungth, Advauoo three lengths off Time,£min 2|spo.

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Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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