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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

BUSINESS NOTICES HOLIDAY AND CHRISTMAS SEASON.! Portmanteaux, * Gladstone Bsigs, Kir B:jij?jj, Brkf Baas, Cabin Trunks, Steel Trunks, Travelling Trunks, for tHe and for Presentation, OBTAINABLE FROM W. H COLLINS & CO. TREMENDOUS BARGAIN SALE o* BOOTS AND SHOES, At MELLOR'S Zoalandia Boot Store. HAVING- Bought, at a Big Reduction, about 500 Paire of Boots and Shoes, m order to make room, I am determined to hold a CLEARING CASH SALE FOE TWO WEEKS ONLY. The following Cash Prices speak for themselves :— Ladies' Pretty Walking Shoes, Great Y*lue, only 5a lid Gents' Light Boots, up-to-date, only 11s Ladies' Slippers from the modest sum of Is. Children's Lace Boots, Wonderful Value, 2s lid Ladies' Canvas, Usual Price ss, n«w 3s lid Men's Nailed Shooters, Tip-Top Value, Us dd All other Lines selling at the same Cutting Prices, Remember, this Special Sale will run for a Few Days Only. How's Your Tims to lay in a Stock of Footwear. Come B«ly, and Bring Your Friends, for there are ...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

F. FEBBIMAN _ FOR SALE QECOND-HAND WINDMILL with 400 I Gallon Tanke, and Stand. To be seen at the residence of F. FERRIMAN. staveTey. 10 LET ON LEASE. "t £~f ACRES of Good Grazing land X/V/ subdivided into 4 Paddocks. Full particulars on application to F. FERRIMAN, Land and Estate Agent, AshburtCQ. FOR A Ii X EAST TOWN BELT. I HAVE for suie a capital building site containing half an acre. Terms and further oarticulars on application. F. FERRIMAN. A 7AKANUI ROAD. I HAVE FOR SALE ft new dwelling house containing seven rooms, detached workshop with two benches, together with half an acre of land. The property is in a good position, and only needs an inspection to convince you that ib is a cheap property. I can arrange terms to suit purchaser. Full particulars on application. F. FE BRIM AN. TO LET. Dobson street east, A COMFORTABLE Dwelling House of 4 rooms, with scullery and detached Vftsh house (copper set in). Rent 10a. Apply F. FERRIMAN. HOME FOR SALE. THAT Comfortable ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

His Golden "Wedding. — Through a misapprehension in regard to the identity ojP the applicant, it wa,s stated in the report of the Borough Council meeting that leave of absence was granted to Sir V. W. Smith. The actual applicant was Mr Mathew Smith, who has been in tlie employ of the Couufcilsince 1879, having practically resided in Canterbury since 1851. Mr Fmifch intends utilising his holiday £cr the purpose of celebrating his golden wedding, the festivities in connection with which ai',o to ; be held at his daughter's residonce. The Holidays '.—We h^ve just imported direct from the manufacturers a large assortment of Summer Hats in all the Latest Styles and Shades, comprising ranges of the new " Cool Spring Hats," for which we are Che sole agents in this district, and all the popular shapes is straw and real Panama hats, from 6d tip |bo isSs each. Special value in White Shirts at 4s fid (made to order), and Tennis Shirts 3s fid. Grand select...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

Nbxrous Weeds.—Writing to the "Press " fifr George oitldings, r£ Tinwald, comments ttpqii Mr dfcudkolme's reported satisfaction with the Government's ofjer vfi the socalled Canft'li-in thistle, which, Mr Giddings say?, was first imported from Eugland, as it was hero beforfs we hud any trade with C-in.ila. Jdnn't thinir, he adda, we need expoct any good from any of Seddon and Co.'s f«.dg ; batter swallow the maxim, " Trust Thyself," hn<t yoar [ hni twenty acres infucted with the post, which was fence! off for hay, the summer being showery it grew a splendid crop - result, the thistle cime so weak amongst the grass one n< :<j/'M «ood gyes to see thorn. I sold my interest Hi the l-^tfaftfi* taking off the hay, but am confident h»i,d tlie samo land b.)eu treated to a dressing of artificial ttittnufe early in the spring this year, and another crop of hay taken from it, the thistles would be as near extin...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

'• I would I were a King." T would present every lady in New Zealand with some New Century Hair Curlers,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

The second eleven of the Ashburton Moket Club t"> play the Hakatere team will bo picked ou the ground tomorrow. Senior playei'3 are requested to attend practice in view of the matohes on th6l6th - aud26th. The N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Association will conduct a olearing sale at Alford, on Friday, January 29th, 1901,

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN. the option in side particular.

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Somali Sand. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

Somali Sand. British Punitive Measures. United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. (Received Dec. 9, 7.54 a.m.) Massowah, Dec. 8 Bluejackets from a British gunboat, have burned Fort Durbo and killed 30 natives. Captain Mohawk was wounded and a marine killed. _^ (Received Dec. 9, 8.40 a.m.) Commander Ernest Gaunt, commanding the Mohawk's Bluejackets, in their attack on the Durbo Fort, sustained a compound fracture of the thigh. Ho is doing well.

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AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

AUSTRALIAN. (Received Dec. 7,10.48 p.m.) United Press Association—l?v Electric (Received Dec. 9,10.9 a.m.) Day Labour. Sydney, Dec. 9. The report of the Public Service Board Commission on the day labour question finds that the main cause of the excessive cost of the system is political interference with responsible officers controlling the workmen. It recommends that the Public Works Department be placed under a Commission composed of three members, and that relief works b9 entirely separated from the ordinary operations of the Department. Specie for India. Fremantlb. Dec. 9 One hundred thousand pounds in specie has been shipped to Tndia. The Itfavy League. Hob art, Dec. 9 A branch of the Navy League has been formed here. (Received December 9, 9.53 a.m. A Fatal Mistake. Sydney, Dec. 9 A firing party from the warship Torch was practising on the Flemington range when Private Good, of the Royal Marines, who was acting as marker, mistook the signal and stepped in front of the target. He...

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The Gaming House Cases [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

The Gaming House Cases United Press Association—By Ele-tric Telegraph—Copyright Wellington, Dec 9. The Crown to-day entered a nolle prosequi in the cases against the principals charged with keeping a gaming house known as the Olympic Club, in which cases three juries had failed to agree. The Chief Justice said two of the juries did not answer the very plain question of whether the tossing of two penny pieces was a game of ohance. The result of the trials should cause heart searchings in tho community and should be enquired into. If the precedent sot by those juries was to be followed, it seemed to him there would be no use hereafter in trying any charge against any persons for keeping a gaming house in Wellington. If the moral sense of some of our citizens was so perverted by the gambling spirit, it was a question for the community whether the State should continue to legalise gambling from which it derived a benefit. It was also a question whether the unanimity of jurors in crimina...

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A Bank Clerk's Treatment. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

A Bank Clerk's Treatment. ♦- United Press Association-By Eloctrie Telegraph Auckland, Dec. 9 Kenneth Harper, until recently clerk in the Bank of Now Zealand at Duiiedin, was brought back from th& United States by the Sonoma. He informed an interviewer that in August last he was appointed j to a position in a San Francisco bank. On his arrival in San Francisco he wa3 stopped by a Customs official and informed he was prohibited from landiug by contract labor law. The Bank appealed to Washington but'the Custom house decision was upheld Qn'd Harper was informed that he must return to tho colony whence he came. The Bank proposed to transfer him to their Vancouver branch but tho authorities insisted on the observance of the strict law and the Oceanic Company was required to bring him back to New Zealand free of charge the Customs officials careful.y seeing him onboard at Honolulu. Harper was removed from the steamer and refusing fco enter the prison van was marohed to gaol whe...

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To-day's Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

To-day's Telegrams. . » United Press Association— My Mec'nc Telegraph Auckland, Dec 9, I Mr Montgomery, of the Tourist Department, has been appointed Registrar of Electors for Auckland, t efcaining his position as agent of the Tourist bureau. Sir J. G. Ward stttes that four .superintendents of the Advances to Settlers Department are to be dispensed with, as it is found their services are not necessary. The shipwrecked crew of the barque Kalisto, which was totally wrecked at Samoa as previously reported by cable, arrived by the Manapouri to-day. The barque went on a reef during the night, in calm weather, and the crew had no difficulty in getting ashore in the boats. The vessel capsized 10 minutes after the last boat left. Ihe crew are en route to Norway. The captain and ofticers remained at Apia. The hull was sold for =£15. It is believed the cargo of cop;a will be recovered.

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TAKAPUNA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

TAKAPUNA RACES. Takapuna Racecourse, Deo. 9. ' The weather is fine for the second day's race 3. Results : — Stanley Handicap. —Te Aroho 1, liberator 2, Cressy 3. Scratched—Nuun, Cygnet, Cordon Rouge. Divid«ndg-£2 6s 6d and £1 163. Hurdles.—.Princess of Thule 1, Val Rosa 2, Incheape 3. Scratch —Up-fco-date, Lochard. Divide ads— £'i 8s 6d and £1 , 0s 6d. ! Spking Handicap.—Geordie 1, Romeo 2, ' Maro 3. Scratched —Bastion, Cuiraguo. ! Dividends—.£3 2s 6d and .£l.

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WOODVILLE RICES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

WOODVILLE RICES. Woodvii.le, Dae. 9 j There is glorious weather for the races and a large attendance. Results :— i Maiden Plate— Malfearn 1, Messmar 2, ! Gold Mine 3. Dividends— £2 Ss and ! .£1 18s. j Hack Hurdles—Hufcana 1, Australasia j 2, Dr. Bill 3. Dividends— £2 193 and JBL 2s. WooovfLLE Handicap — Gold Dust 1, ' Fleka 2, Guesser 3. Divs— £2 lb's and 13s. j

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RAKAIA SPORTS AND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

RAKAIA SPORTS AND RACES. ______ i THE following Handicaps have been ! declared : — j District Race, of 8 soys ; about three- j quarters of a mile.-Wissembourg 10.5, ' (Jhorus Girl 10.0, Distress 9.7, Mannie 9.0, Lady Wingfield 9.0, Weorth 9.0 Ladies' Bracelet, of 8 soys ; about one mile and a quarter.—Bayonet 11.7, First ' Shot 10.7, King Dick 10.2, Chorus Girl 9 12, Wild Man from Borneo and Stoat 9.7, Lady I Wingfield 9.0 Rakaia Cup, of 20 soys ; about one mile j and a half. —Antigone 11.8, Mole, First Shot ; and Lady George DA, Poacher 9.12, Chorus j Girl 9.12, Lady Wingfield 9.0 | | Publicans' Purse, of 10 soys; abou^ j one mile—Bayonet 11.0, Artilleryman 10.9> j Cannonite 10.8, Sahara Vo, Mole 9.10, First ! Shot 9.10, Lady George 9.7, King Dick 9.5, Wissembourg 9.0, Chorus Girl 8.12, Retus, Poacher, Wild Man from Borneo, Stoat, and Distress 8.10, Lady's Aim 8.7. Farmers' Trot, of Do soys; about ono mile and a half —Princess Royal scr, Killarney, Tracy May, Imperial Po...

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MOUNT SOMERS RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

MOUNT SOMERS RACING CLUB. Preparations for the Annual Race Meeting are well in hand, and given fino weather, j should be n great success. Tho nominations are above the average, .both in point of number and quality. The following ars the nominations received : — Maiden Pirate.—Agility, Prohibition, Sunbeam, Lake Wave, Theltna. Maiden Trot—Bermerry, Black Prince, ; Miss Eagle, Boness, Scottie, Klondyke 11., Freebooter, Random, Opposition, Mountain Bell, Jack Nimble, Thrownaway, Wild Man, Cranky Jack, Fly the Garter. Mount Sojiers Cup—Nutcracker, Cannonshot, All Saints, Goldfinch, Gold Bangle, Rye. Staveley Handicap Trot.—Rambler* Forest Mac, Bermerry, Black Prince, Wharfdale, Boness, Scotfcie, Klondylre 11., Frantic, Maritana, Bramble, Mountain Bell, Thrownaway, Libertine. Anama Handicap—Rye, Sahara, Can- . nonshot, Casabianca, Tenderfoot, Lake j Wave, Gold Bangle, Nutcracker, Perkin ; Girl. Springburn Welteb —Casabianca, Tenderfoot, Goldfinch, Sunbeam^ Lake Wave j Gold Banarle. Thelm...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

Nominations for the Tinwald Racing ' Club's meeting close on Saturday, at 9 p.m., , with Mr G. Morrison, the Secretary. Firt". — The Echoolroom adjoining the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church at Christchurch was destroyed by fire at 1 o'clock { this morning, A tea meeting had been ! held in. the building the previous niufht, but everything was left in apparent sa?ety. Taking the Levees.—Mr Fooks, senr., was busy to-day taking levels, etc., in Baring Square, with a view to the erection j of the ornamental iron fence, which, is to be ' put in hand as soon as ihe material is avail- I able and the arrangdinei ts for its erection : can be completed. The Garden Party in connection wiih the Baring Square Church will be held at Mr W, H. Collins' to-morrow, when the Ashbur- ; ton County Brass Baud is to be in attend- | anco, and refreshments, with strawberries au rl cream, will be provided. ! The Hon. F. "W. Borden, Canadian Minister of Militia, is purchasing the guns f...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

. Fricdlander Bros, Ltd Oeafiriiag 1 AT.DBOMOB.E. PRELIMINARY ADVKRTISKMENT. THURSDAY, January 7LII, 1904 "fyTESSRS FRIEDLANDER BUO?., I -L.VJL Ltd., have received instructions from I Mr James Allen (who has deo:ded to give ; up Contract work), to hold a Clearing Sale, of his Surplus 8(ock of Horses; also Slieep, Cattle & I'hipk'ineiits Full particular* will be announced shortly. Anyone in want of really good gta'nps of Tout!a; Horse?, can rely on getting them at this fixture. Also, at the same fixture, on account Mr ' Jas. Gibson, — -fl f Draught MARES and GELDJAJ INGS 8 HARNESS HORSES 4 HEAD CATTLE 2 Farm Drays, 5 Tip Drays, 1 D.F. Plough, I 3-Fuitow Plough, 2 Srrippors, Roller, Hurroivp, 2 M.H. Reapers and Hinders, R. and G. Drill, Horsepower and Chaffcutter, Portable Whare, 10 Cords Firewood, Harm-as, Blocks and Chains, atid a Quantity of Sundries. R. FKIEDLAJvDEE, 12 49 Auctioneer. HORSE FAIR. f UK NEXT HOESE PAIK takes place on FRIDAY, DECEMBER _Btli, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 9 December 1903

Government Notices NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. ADDTNGTON WEEKLY STOCK SU.r WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY. DECEMBER 15 b. Anniversary of Canterbury. WEDNESDAY, 16th DECEMBER, IGO3 1 BICYCLE SPORTS AT CHRISTCHUUOB (Appearance of Major Taylor); UNITtoD SCHOOL SPOUTS at ASHBURTONj ATHLETIC SfORTS and REGATTA at TIMARO7 j EXCURSION FARES AND TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. jPfOLTDAY Excursion Tickets at 2d per ii mile Firat-Class, ■ minimum 4?j Id p v mile Second Ciaas, minimum 2s; mileage couuted ono way only, will be issued from any station to any station in Canterbury on IGfch Dei-ember, and will be availablofor return till 17th December. Excursion Train to Ashburton and Timaru from Christcl.ureh at 7.55 a.m.; Addington 8.2, Ashburton 10.20, Timaru arrive 12.15 p.m.; deparb 6.0, Ashburton 7.55, Christchurch arrive 9.50. Ashburton 7s, 3s 9d. The Timaru tickets may be used for Orari or Temuka, where the train will stop. Tickets available only by the Excursion train. EVENING TRVI.VS ALTERED,-The evening train f...

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