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The Death Penalty. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
The Death Penalty. United Press Association™Mv Electric Telegraph—Copyright Brisbane, May 14 The Cingalese named Johannes, for the murder of a policeman at Mackay, and Twadega, a South Sea Islander, for the murder of a boy near, Mackay, wera executed to-day. Deith in both cases was instantaneous.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
FOOTBALL. The following team will represent the Hftkatere seniors in their match &quot;with Rakaia on Thursday ;—A Brown, E Rudkin, J Lenauze, A Mitchell, 0 Cox, A Clarke, W Childs. J McKinley, G Makeig, J Bovrson, R Gallagher, S Thomas, W Harrison, A Sparrow, H McElrea. Reserves—Backs, E Purse and B Amos ; Forwards, D Moriarty, W Huston. The following will represent the Old Boys' Club in their match against Southern Cross on Thursday:—Whitaker, R Collins, Hardie, Berryman, Harper. Brown, Hair, Withell, E H Orr, P L Orr, Fechney, Dobson, Bonifant, C Collins, Fabling, emergencies Wilkie, Wilier, Davis, Selwyn.
Ashburton County Rugby Union. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
Ashburton County Rugby Union. The usual weekly meeting of the Ashburton County Rugby Union was held last evening. The Rev. E. Whitehouse occupied the chair, and there was a good attendance of members. Correspondence was read as follows:— From the Rakaia Club asking the Union to re-consider its decision about postponing their match on the 17th insti— Received, and after discussion it was resolved that this Union regrets that owing to the near approach of the, representative match, and the necessity for trial matches, it cannot see its' way to postpone the match. From the Hakatere Club, registeriug players and forfeiting the match with Methven on Wednesday next.—Reoeived, From the Springburn Club, requesting the postponement of the Southern Cross Springburn match (junior).—On the motion of Mr Turtill the request was granted, and the match fixed to be played on June 4th, prior to the representative match. The matter of procuring a small medical chest was left in the Secretary's hands t...
THE LATEST. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
THE LATEST. HOME AM&gt; FORK.UN. United Press Association, by Electrio Telegraph—Copy r is h 6 Received May 15, 9.5 am. New German Goaling Station. London, May 14 The &quot;Times&quot; P.ris correspondent confirms the establish raeht of a coaling station at Palo L*ut near Dutch Borneo by a German firm. A vast establishment is pending and ere long will be at the disposal of the German fleet as a reviotualling station and point of observation. The flagship Fuerst Bismarck for sometime at Java is now near Laufc. Britain and Chins. Britain in a note to China demands a satisfactory assurance that the recent appointments will not affect the administration of the Customs wherein -1,500 Europeans under Sir Robert Hart are engaged. A Destructive Fire. Paris, May 14 The Paris leather market has been burnt. The damage is estimated at .£400,000.
Satisfaction at the Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
Satisfaction at the Settlement. Turkey Withdraws from Tabah. United Pross Association—Ry Electrio Telegraph—Copyright. London, May 14 Advices from Constantinople state that there is undisguised satisfaction there at a rupture having been averted, and this proves that the Tabah policy had few supporters. The Tabah garrison has been withdrawn by order of the Sultan.
The Sultan's Attitude. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
The Sultan's Attitude. Dilatory Tactics Possible. London, May 14 The Sultan, in agreeing to withdraw hie troops from Tabah, declared the status quo ante was restored. This was regarded as insufficient, and an explanation followed, which, according to the &quot; Morning Post,&quot; was satisfactory. The &quot; Daily Mail &quot; says the Sultan tried to secure demarcation by Turkey and Egypt. The &quot; Daily Telegraph's&quot; Constantinople correspondent states that the Sultan waa practically alone in resisting delimitation by an Anglo-Turkish Commission. He considers that Egypt is a vassal State, and there can be no frontier. He argued that he originally confided Sinai to the Khedivepersonal administration, The &quot; Daily Mail &quot; says Britain intended to shell tbe forts at the entrance to the Dardanelles. Information from other sources makes it still uncertain whether the Porte's cub« mission is unequivocal. The &...
Further Details. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
Further Details. Ultimatum Expired Yesterday. Received May 15, 9.27 a.m, London, May 14 Renter's correspondent at Stamboul reports that Sir R N O'Connor, on Sunday night, replying to the Porte's agreement to evaculate Tabah, and the appointment of a delimiuation commission, declared that the form of the Turkish note was unsatisfactory, and insisted ou the unconditional and complete acceptance of the British demands. The order gave tha Sultan a few hours' grace. In the Navy it is considered that the ultimatum expires to-day.
Text of Mr Deakin's Cable. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
Text of Mr Deakin's Cable. United Press Association, by Electric Telegraph—Copyright. Melbourne, May, 14 The following is the text of Mr Deakin's cable to the Imperial Government in reference to the Natal Question:—&quot; Since the intervention of Ministers of the United Kingdom with the administration of the self-governing colony of Natal would tend to establish, even with regard to the prerogative of pardon, a dangerous precedent; affecting all States within the Empire, the Commonwealth Government respectfully appeals for reconsideration of the resolution whioh it is reported you have arrived at on the matter.&quot; Mr Deakin says that the reason he withheld tbe telegram in the first instance from tbe public was that he was anxious that the action of the Government should no. be used for party purposes in England.
Fight of the Rebels. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
Fight of the Rebels. Rebel Leaders Quarrel. Received May 15, 9.5 a.m. PIETEBMARITZBUBGj.May 14 Murray Smith chaEed the Mtelis rebels across the river Buffalo into Nortu. Several were killed in crossing and six surrendered. Each carried four assegais and a shield. Bambaata and Siganani have quarrelled and the former with a few followers has entered the almost impenetrable Emone bush. Mr Watt addressed 250 native volunteer horse at Maritzberg. , There is a growing impression that Barn* baata will leave the rebels in the larch.
The Chinese in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
The Chinese in South Africa. LORD SELBORNE'S REPORT. Unitad Press Association—Per Electrio Telegraph—Copyright. Received May 15, 9.5 a.m. PIETEEMABITZBUEG.'Mfty, 14. . Lord Selborne's representative committee of inquiry into the system of control of the Chinese recommends a barbed wire fence on distant boundaries, strengthening the European guards in view of checking the Chinese police, and the prohibition of the traffic in &quot;leave&quot; permits. No coolies have yet applied for repatriation.
Unrest in Russia. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
Unrest in Russia. The Duma Demands an Amnesty. United Press Association—Per Eleotrio l Telegraph—Copyright St Petebbbubg, May 14 The Datna passionately demanded, in a unanimous resolution, full amnesty for religious, agrarian, and political offences., a' microphone enables the Czar to listen fothe debates. The Council of tne Empire has recommended an amnesty, except for : acts p£ homicide. ■''!'. Count Witte pleads that his. hands were tied, and that things were done of whioh' her disapproved.
Russian Refugees in Prussia. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
Russian Refugees in Prussia. Received May 16, 9.27 a,m Biblik May 14 Strong oomplaints were made in the Prussian Diet at tho intolerant police expulsion of Bussian refugees. The Government admitted ordering the expulsion of all not possessing passports or who were political suspectb, and promised to see thab these orders were not exceeded.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
BUSINESS NOTTCES j Honey to Lend, I HAVE various Sums for Investment on Town and Country Securities at Lowest Current Rates of Interest. G..0. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, BURNETT STREET, Ashburton I BEG to inform the inhabitants of Ashburton and district that 1 have repurchased the Boot business from Mr F. H Vincent, and his entire stock of up to date Boots, having bought the same at a considerable reduction. Tbe publio therefore will benefit by giving us a call, as our Clearing Sale is now on, and we are selling all Boots at wholesale prioe at the Ulster Boot Shop; East Street, Ashburton. T. YOUNG. 4 383 For Private Safe, 83 Acres Ashburton Forks, about 3 miles from town, with Cottage, Sheds, eto. Good land. 163 Acres, Hinds, lease in perpetuity. i Aore and Dwelling, Wills street. _ Aore, with Dwelling of 6 rooms, Bath room, h and c water, and every convenience, -Wo g&quot;od stable ; price low and teriua c»n be arcranged. I Acre, with splendid Cottage of 5 rooms, Alford Forks' Ro...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
_. Business Notices __ __,____, Winter lovelties at&quot; The Corner.&quot; WE are Showing Complete Banges of WINTER NOVELTIES from the centres of Fashion. 100 Dozen LEATHER BELTS, in Black, Navy, Tans and Reds, Prices Is 6d, Is lld, 2s Gd each 100 Dozen LADIKS'HAIR NETS—SiIk Back Nets 3d each, Silk all over Nets 4d each, Real Hair All over Nets 6d each 100 Down HAIR SLIDES and SIDE COMBS, at 6d, 9d, lOd, ls 50 Pieces of Fancy BLOUSE FLANNEbETTE, 6d, Bd, lOd, Is yard 50 Pieces of All Wool Frenoh Twill BLOUSE FLANNELS, Beautiful Pattern, Is 9d and Is lld yard STYLISH MILLINERY showing in the Latest Continental Novelties DRESSMAKING—WeII known for entire satisfaction in Fit, Style, and Low Prices Large Ranges of BOYS* CONWAY, SAILOR and NORFOLK SUITS at most Reasonable Prices Milliners, Draws, and Clothiers, &quot; The Corner,' Ashburton fP_-_-___jn-7aatmM-_*MymNmMmmm__mm Al! Our Gyoies are Guaranteed. All Our Goods at Christchurch Prices. Atalantas £10 10s Fr...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
F FERRIMAN. j Nurserymen! I MR .lAS. PORTER has instructed me to sell his well known CLIFTON NURSERY PROPERTY, Fronting on Middle Road, Allenton, and within li Miles of Ashburton. Tht) PROPERTY comprises some FIFTEEN ACRES of Excellent L*nd, with New and Up-to-Date Buildings, consisting ■ of Dwelling House of 7 Rooms and Gflioes, Washhouse, etc.; Water laid on ; Stable, j Leanto, Men's Room, and other Buildings. Tbe Property will be Sold in Blooks of 5 10, or 15 Acres, as may be desired.. The Nursery Stock can be taken over at a valuation. This is a very favourable opportunity to buy into a First Class NURSERY, and as Mr Porter, owing to continued ill heaitn must sell an early inspection is requested. Any further particulars can be had from— __ _ F. Ferriman, FOR SALE: Ealing Farm of 73© Acres. MESSRS BOYD _ MARSH have instructed me to Sell thair well known FARM of about 730 ACRES, situated between Hinds and Ealing. 'Ihe Property is divided into 10 Paddocks 99 Acres are in Turnips, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
Technical Classes. —A meeting of the Committee of the Technical Classeß Association was held last night. Present—Rev. G B Inglis, Messrs D Thomas, C Reid, W F Watters, J W McGregor, W H Collins, and J McLeod (secretary). The Mayor sent an apology for absence, and tbe Rev G B Inglis was voted to the chair. The Secretary reported that the number in the ladiea' cooking class was 29 ; in the school cooking class 124 j woodwork 131 ; dressmaking 18 ; shorthand 21 ; typewriting 12; book-keeping 15 , total 321. The Rey G B Inglis reported that, if the County Council were satisfied as to their legal position, they would grant a .£SO subsidy. It was stated that a gentleman had offered to donate several prizes for competition among the cooking classes. The Town Clerk reported that the Committee's application for a gas lamp in Grey Street had been referred to the Gas Committee to report. The Education Board wrote re specimens of technical work for entry at the International Exhibition, and the...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 May 1906
MERIT REWARDED BY COURT OF JUSTICE The acknowledged good qualities and success of ►SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRAC T have brought out many imitations, but none equalled thecaso just tried in the Supreme Court at Melbourne, before His Honor Chief Justice Sir J _ adden, X C M G, _c, Messrs Sander and Sons brought su action against la eucalypti distillery for passing off their goods as those of Sander and Sons, by such means as simulating Sander and Sons' get up ; publishing medical reports made on the merits of Sander and Nons' product; publishing a partner s testimonial that it is &quot; just as good as Sanders'; publishing a statutory declaration acknowledged by the maker, a partner of tha defendants', to be incorrect, &amp;o. n_ TTnnor in giving ludgment, said with His Honor in gnr ms .^ « NDBR ANJJ regard to tbe tr^&lt;JA«-' +~ SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT that whenever an article is commended to the public by reason of its good quality Ao, it is not permissibl...