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SECTION IV.—HAMS. BACON, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

SECTION IV.—HAMS. BACON, ETC. Judge : Mr J. Henry. Ham, smoked, open—R. Lewis 1 and special. Ham, unsmoked, Farmers' cured — W.Moses 1 and special. Side bacon, smoked, open —R. Lewis 1 and special. Side bacon, unsmoked, Farmers cured—W. Moses 1. Best collection of bacon, open—R. Lewis 1.

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SECTION V.—FRUIT, HONEY, AND PRESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

SECTION V.—FRUIT, HONEY, AND PRESERVES. Judge : Mr J. Young. Collection of apples, 5 varieties, 4 of each variety. Grown by exhibitor — F. Frampton 1, Millichamp and Sons 2, J. W. Irvine 3. 6 Pears, dessert, 1 variety. Grown by exhibitor —Millichamp and Sons 1. G Pears, keeping, 1 variety. Grown by exhibitor—Hill Bros 1, Mrs D. Wood 2. 21bs Honey, in comb —G. E. Elliott 1. 21bs Honey, extracted—Mrs M. T. King 1. Preserved Fruits, collection —Miss A. McDowell 1, Miss J. Wilson 2. Jams, - collection —Mrs M. T. King 1,. Miss J. Wilson 2, Mrs Shearer 3. SECTION VI.—BREAD, SCONES, AND CAKES. Judge : Mr W. Bryant. Loaf home-made bread, not less than 31 bs—Mrs J. Shearer 1, Miss M. Dolan 2. The Canterbury Roller Flour Mills gives n. sack of flour for. the best homemade bread, made with "Supreme" Flour —Mrs J. Shearer 1. Messrs Robertson and Co. give 1001b bag of flour for the best home-made bread, made with Crown Roller Mills Flour —Mrs J. Shearer 1. 6 Plain Home-...

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ASHBURTON COOKERY CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

ASHBURTON COOKERY CLASSES. Mr John Studholme gives £1 12s, and a member £1 Is, Mrs C. Thomas (value) 10s 6d, Mr G. W. Andrews ss. -To be competed for by the pupils attending the above Classes. Plain Cake (Higli School) —M. Smith 1, E. Simpson 2, W. Minnis 3, M. Shannon v.h.c, F. Greenslade h.c, N. Osborne c. Plain Cake (Borough nnd Hampstead Schools) —E. Kerr 1, E; Segers 2, N. Urquhart 3, A* Coinpton v.h.c, S. Matthews h.c., A Harris c. , Meat Pie (High School)—F. Greenslade 1, F. Bryant 2, M. Brown 3, W. Minnis v.h.c, S. Glassey h.c, M. Sheldon /c .. Meat Pie (Borough and Hampstead Schools)—E. Mulford 1. N. Urquhart 2, R. Holmes 3, G. Grave v.h.c, F. Browne h.c, N. Alexander c. 6 Plain Scones (High School)—F. Bryant 1; L. Toner 2, M. Sheldon 3, H." Mcllwraith v.h.c, H. Smith h.c, M. Smith c. 6 Plain Scones (Boroagh and Hampstcad Schools)—C. McDonald 1, E. Hume 2, I. Austin 3, E. Thompson v.h.c., A. Compton h.c, A. Harris c

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SECTION VII.—DRESSED POULTRY AND EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

SECTION VII.—DRESSED POULTRY AND EGGS. Judgo : Mr Gco. Woodward. Pair of Fowls, dressed for cooking —W. Langdon 1. Pair of .Ducks, dressed ready for cooking—W. Langdon 1. Dozen Hen Eggs, single yolked, white—Mrs I. V. Matthews 1. Dozen Hen Eggs, single yolked, tinted—Mrs W. Bland 1.

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SECTION VIII.—GRAIN, SEEDS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

SECTION VIII.—GRAIN, SEEDS, ETC. Grown by Exhibitor. Judges : Messrs J. Scaly and M Stitt. . WHEAT. Tuscan, white, not less than 2 bushels—W. Moses 1, T. Taylor 2. Tuscan, red, not less than 2 bushels—J. Bonifant 1, G. W. Body 2 and 3. Pearl, not less than 2 bushels —T. Taylor 1, James Cochrane 2. Any other variety—J. Bonifant 1. and 3, James Cochrane 2. OATS. Duns, not less than 2 bushels —W. Langdon 1. Garton or Rosebery, not less than 2 bushels— T. Buckley 1, W. Moses 2, G. W. Body 3. Tartars, not less than 2 bushels — J. M. Smith 1, W. Langdon 2. Any other variety, not less than 2 bushels—J. C. N. Grigg 1, W. Langdon 2. GRASS SEED, Etc. Ryegrass, Perennial, not less than 2 bushels—W. Moses 1 and 2, G. Wilson 3 and v.h.c.

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SECTION IX.—POTATOES, ROOTS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

SECTION IX.—POTATOES, ROOTS, ETC. Potatoes, Kidney, 2 bushels —Milli- and Sons 1, G. Osborne 2 and v.h.c. Potatoes, Derwents, 2 bushels—G. 'Osborne 1, H. Oakley 2, J. Dixon v.h.c. Potatoes, any other variety, 2 bushels—J. Painter 1, G. Osborne 2, W. Bryant 3, James Hampton v.h.c, J. Oakley h.c, Millichamp and Sons c. Potato (heaviest) —Holland and Sons. Turnips, Swede, any variety, 3 roots R. Clarke 1, G. W. Body 2. Turnips, Aberdeen, Green Top Yellow, 3 roots—J. McDowell 1. Turnips,' Imperial Green Globe, 3 roots—Harle Bros. 1, J. Doyle 2, T. Buckley 3, J. Small v.h.c. Turnips, any variety, white fleshed, 3 roots—H. T Whiting 1. Turnips, any variety, yellow, 3 roots —F. Frampton 1. | Mr W. J. Silcock gives 10s 6d for the heaviest turnip-—lt. Clarke 1. Mangolds, Yellow Globe, 3 roots — Woods Bros. 1, 3. and special, G. W. Body 2, J. M. Smith v.h.c. and c, H. A. Lloyd h.c. Mangolds. Long Red, 3 roots— Woods "Bros. 1, H.-G. Frampton 2, C. Reid 3, F. Frampton v.h.c, T. Mc-...

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SECTION X.—GARDEN PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

SECTION X.—GARDEN PRODUCE. Beets, any variety, 6 roots —W. Moses 1 and 2, H. A." Lloyd 3. Parsnips, 6 roots —H. J. C. Harper 1. Pumpkins, 2—Wood Bros. 1, H. Davis 2. Celery, 3 heads—T. E. Upton 1. Messrs Sutton and Son's special prize of £10 10s for the best collection of Roots grown from their seeds, purchased from the National Mortgage and Agency Company of New Zealand, Limited, Ashburton. —W. Moses 1.

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

POULTRY. Judges : Mr Geo. Woodward, Balln.rat, Victoria, of all Classes with the exception of Wyandottes and Juvenile Classes, and Mr P. Carolin, Dunedin, Wyandottes and Juvenile Classes. GAME. Pile Hen—Thos. Yelland 1, 2, 3,, and special. ■ Any other rariety Cock or Cockerel— T. E. Upton 1, 2, and special. Any other variety, Hen or Pullet— T. E. Upton 1 and 2. HAMBURGS. Golden Pencilled Cock—H. A. Lloyd 1 and special, A. Whitaker 2. Golden Pencilled Hen—H. A. Lloyd 1, 2, and 3. Golden Pencilled Cockerel —H. A. Lloyd 1 and 2. Golden Pencilled Pullet—H. /.. Lloyd 1. Silver Spangled Cock —W. Gurdler 1. Silver Spangled Hen—W. Gurdler 1, 2, 3, and special. Silver Spangled Cockerel —W. Gurdler 1. Silver Spangled Pulletr-W. Gnrdler 1, 2 and 3. ANCONAS. Hen—R. Pearce 1, V. Bedwell 2. Cockerel—V. Bedwell 1, R. Pearce 2, Pullet —H. Pearce 1, 2 and special LEGHORNS White Cock —I. V". Matthews 1 and special, and best bird in show, A. Finlayson 2. White Hen —G. W. Aldridge 1 and sp...

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SPECIAL AND POINT PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

SPECIAL AND POINT PRIZES. WINTER SHOW SECTION. Special prizes were given and won by the following: Messrs Pyne and Co., £2 2s Ist, and £1 Is 2nd, for the best draught foal in the show—J. C. N. Grigg 1, 11. Clarke 2. Mr T. E. Upton 10s 6d for the best pen of fat lambs by any Down ram—ll. D. Cochrane. The President (Mr T Blacldey) £1 Is for the best light foal in the show—G. W. 13ody. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., £1 Is to the winner of most points in fat cattle—A. J. Keith. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., £1 Is to the winner of most points in sheep classes—J. C. N. ... N.Z. Farmers' Co-operativo Association, Limited £1 Is for tho be6t pen of fat hoggets, class 9—W, Langdon. Mr V. Anderson £1 Is for the best pen of three fat ewes suitable for butchers' purposes—lt. D. Cochrane. Messrs Dalgety and Co., Limited, 10s "6d for the best fat wethers, class 7—J. C. N. Grigg. Messrs Dalgety and Co., Limited, 10s 6d for the best fat wethers, class ...

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ASHBURTON POULTRY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

ASHBURTON POULTRY SOCIETY. ANNUAL SUPPER The annual supper in connection with the Ashburton Poultry Society was held last evening in Mrs Bryan a diningrooms, Mr H. Davis (the Mayor) pre- SidSonding to. the toast of " .The Poultry Industry," Mr Brown (Government expert) referred to the necessity there was for breeding good birds, which was essential as a matter ot utility, as well as mere purity of strain. Breeders should strive .to breed birds less leggy and with smaller combs. Mr R. D- Johnston proposed the toast of " The Judges," and Mr Geo. Woodward (Australia), in responding, said that ho was very pleased,, as a whole, with the quality of the exhibits The judging of birds was not a difficult task, as a standard was laid down, and i he had done his best to closely observe I that rule. Ho was especially pleased to note that the two societies were working together. Some of the birds he had judged that day were among the finest ho ...

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CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION. WELLINGTON, June 12. In the engineers' dispute before the Conciliation Board, the- employers stated that they desired to go direct to the Court The Union representative pointed out that tho Board had power to compel employers by subpoena to give evidence if desired. The chairman said that this would be done if necessary. The Union opened the case, but the taking of evidence was deferred. CHRISTCHURCH, June 13. Tho Canterbury Sheepowners' Union has been cited by tho Shearers' Union in connection with the shearing dispute, mid tho ca<se will come before tho Arbitration Court for preliminary hearing on Monday. At a recent meeting of a special committee of the Shccpowners' Union tho question of resisting the demands of the shearers was considered, and arrangements were mado for Mr W. Scott, of Dunedin, who is ! secretary of tho Otago Employers' Association, to represent, tho Sheepowners' Union before the Court. Mr I-I. D. Acland will assist Mr Sc...

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"SOCIALISM AND SINGLE TAX." [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

"SOCIALISM AND SINGLE TAX." AUCKLAND, June 12 Speaking at a Farmers' Union social at Mangero last night, Mr Maesey, leader of the Opposition, said it was a mistake for the Farmers Union to refrain from taking an active part in politics when their interests were concerned. Only a few days ago a Cabinet Minister, speakir™ at Auckland, had declared publicly that the people of this country must choose between Socialism and single tax. It was time {or the farmers to assert themselves and say most emphatically that they would have neither one nor the other. If the farmers did not keep on fighting they would keep on losing until they were groaning beneath the burdens of single tax

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THE AMERICAN FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

THE AMERICAN FLEET. NAPIER, June 12 Sir Joseph Ward has already received numerous replies from Mayors, expressing approval of the idea of towns sending welcome flags to Auckland for the American fleet.

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TOO MANY HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

TOO MANY HOLIDAYS. WANGANUI, June 12, At a meeting of the Wanganui Employers' Association, a resolution was carried recommending that all holidays should be uniform throughout the dominion; and that, for thi6 purpose, the holidays under the Factories Act should be universally adopted; that the Government should be requested to amend the law so that the Arbitration Court shall liavo no power of adding holidays to any award not specified in the Factories Act; that when the existing awards expire then all holidays, notmentioned in the Factories Act, shall cease to exist. It was decided to forward tho resolution to the Minister of Labour, and to kindred associations.

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THE GENERAL ELECTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

THE GENERAL ELECTON. AUCKLAND, June 12. Mr E. W. Alison, member for Waitemata, has announced that, owing to ill-health, he will not seek re-election. WELLINGTON, June 12, Mr J. P. Luke, who will contest the new Wellington Suburbs seat at the general election, has opened his campaign, declaring himself a staunch Government supporter. He received a vote of confidence.

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LIVER TROUBLE ENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

LIVER TROUBLE ENDED. 7 A HOUSEWIFE'S GRATITUDE TO BILE BEANS. If tho work of the liver ie not regularly and thoroughly done, the blood carries poison through the veins to every part of the body. The safest and surest way to keep your liver healthy is to take Bile Beans, the world's most successful remedy for biliousness and indigestion and all ailments arising from disorders of the liver and stomach. "About three years ago," says Mrs M. Barry, of Sturt Street, Adelaide, S.A., "my health commenced to break up through over-work and worry, and my liver was sluggish in its action. I also suffered from constipation and debility, and although I tried many socalled remedies I gained no relief whatever. At the time when I was having ono of my worst attacks, a booklet, bearing upon Bile Beans, was loft at my house, and reading of other cases of liver trouble which they had cured, I determined to give Bile Beans a trial. I gained marvellous relief from t...

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FARM LABOURER'S DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

FARM LABOURER'S DISPUTE. CHRISTCHURCH, June 13 Following on the swearing-in of the members of the Conciliation Board yesterday morning, the old members having all been re-elected, a meeting was held to consider the instruction received from Mr Justice Sim. President of the Arbitration Court, that the Conciliation Board should maker a recommendation in the farm labourers T dispute, in which a deadlock had occurred, owing to the fact that the Board had not received the extension of time asked for from the Department. As the result of the meeting, it was decided t<v go on with the preparation of the report. Tho chairman will probably confer with Mr Justice Sim today, and the Board will recommence its' work on Monday. It is quite uncertain when the Board will complete its work, or whether tho report will be ready for the Court at its sittings which commence on Monday.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. I *»"■' —~~~ TO-DAY is your opportunity of securing a Big Bargain ir. : JHEARTHRUGS, DOORMATS, CUR-! TAINS AND LINOLEUMS, See our Stock. s ANDREW fKR & /To., LTD. NEW, BOOTS JUST OPENED. ; A LARGE Stock of Ladies' Gents', jCsl and Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND SLIPPERS (jusfc arrived from thp Manufacturers. CHILDREN'S SANDALS. Strap and Button Shoes a Specialty. T. YOUNG. ULSTER BOOT STORES. FOR TAILORING Wo are SECOND TO FJONE. OUR WORKMANSHIP CANNOT BE BEATEN. This is the testimony of those who wear the Clothes we make. We are now .showing; a Fine Range or NEW SUITINGS, Which. ::,rs 'phqll wortny of your attention. Just Opened Ud — SV-- SmT> LINE OF STYLISH CHESTERFIELD COATS For the Coming Season. We confidently invite your inspection GRAIGKEAD&CO., . SADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S 'TAILORS AND MERCERS East Street, Ashburton. : PIECTE ik OH's sasßsssmssasssssaa^i Whatever Hj agajTOaaaruMuaadijaa else you eat or ' MBMtMaM G...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

A SUCCESSFUL INVENTION , FARMERS: TAKE NOTE. WATSON'S PATENT FENCE STANDARD. ~t! IP AT E N:t|S i If — H~~~ ' '•■•.' -' This fence standard . consiate of a strip of iron, steel, or other material of a width approximately about half the width of the standards; at present in use. This will constitute a saving of material and this strip is- reinforced to a greater degree of strength than tho ordinary standard by twisting it helically throughout its full length. The three main points of this standard are : Simplicity in construction, economy in erection and strength, it being stronger than any other standard on the market. Another important feature about the standard is owing to its screw formation, 8 inches in the ground is equivalent to 16 inches of any other standard now in use. Therefore, a 4ft standard constructed according to this invention takes the place of a 4ft 6in ordinary standard thereby saving 6ix inches of material. For gully fencing it has no equal as it will grip the gro...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

HAVE you tried Abbey? If not. do so. The coupon is worth the money you p«?.,

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