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THE EASTERN CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

THE EASTERN CRISIS. [rF.OTEE'h TELKGHAMS — COPYKiaHT ] (Received January 3rd, at; 1 p.m.) Pahis. January 2 M. Goblet, President of the Council of Ministers, replying to a deputation of brokers, stated that France wants peace* and he believed m upholding the same, but the Government viewed ihs possibility of war calmly. President Grevy, receiving the members of the Diplomatic body yesterday, expressed himself confident m the maintenance of the peace of Europe. Bdoa-Pisth, January 1. M. Tiza, President of the Hungarian Council ot Ministers, has been presented with a New Year's address by a number of Liberal deputies and replying said the Austro-Hungarian, Government would stiive for peace provided the honor and interest of the empire were not menaced.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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FRANCE AND EGYPT [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

FRANCE AND EGYPT » . [RBDIKR'H TBZ.EGRAMB— COPyfiIOHT. (Received January 3, 1 p.m.) Cairo, J*nu»ry 1. Count Damey the French diplomatic agent at a reception to-day said Trance would not allow her interests m Egypt to be endangered and had decided to take measures accordingly.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

Wby do American Hop Bitters core so much ? Because they give good digestion, rich blood and healthy action of all the organs.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

Take all m aIL —Take all the Kidney and Liver Medicines, —Take all the Blood purifier*, — Take nit the Rheumatic remedies, —Take all the Dyspepsia and indigestion cures, — Take all the Ague, Fever, and billons specifics, — Take all tho Brain and Nerve force revivert, — Take all the Great health restorers. In short, take all the best qaalltles of all these abd the— beat — Qualities of all the bo?t medicines In the world, and yon will find that— Sop Bitters have the bent curative qualities and powers of all- concentrated m them, — And that they wtii cam when any br all of theee, singly or— combined. Fail!!!! — k thorough trial will give positive p r oof of this. Hardened Liver. Five yeare >go I broke down with kid- ney and Uver o mplaint and rheamUisna. Since thin I have been uuable to be about at all. My liver became hard like wcod ; my limbs were poffed up and filled with water.' All the best pbytiolans agreed tbat noth- ing conld cure me. I resolve 3to try Hop Bitters ; ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

Meeti: gs. _^__ A Complimentary Concert- WILL bo given on FRIDAY, /it) JANUARY, m ths , J WAKANUI MAIN SCHOOL, To Mr ARTHUR CO-.KSON (who i leaving the district), Heachnnster of th School, and Member of the OBOHES TRAL SOCIETY. The full strength of tho Orchestra Society and the beet talent of Aehrsuftoi and distrct will provide an excellen programme. Eefreehmonts for visitors f.om a dis tance. Tickets, 1b 6d. Concert at 8 o'ulock. I§* A SHBURTON PERMANENT A BUILDING and INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Monthly subscriptions and other pay monts due will be received at the Society's offices, Burnett etreof., from 9 a.m. to I p.m., and from 6 to 7.30 pm., n TCTBfcDAY, J*nu3.ry 4th. Depunirs received nt the hightot cur- rent rates of interest. TABLE Shoving the Scale of Repayments adopted by this Society for a Loan of £100 upon Brst-oiass iiecurity. v f Monthly Amount Total Years Re P a . v - per Amount ments. Annum. Repaid. £s. d. X s. d. £ s. d. Two ... 412 265 6 0 110 12 0 Four ... 210 8 30 8 0 1...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

A net one. ASHBTJKTON * WOOLJALJCS MESSRS MILES & CO. II W ILL llolli their THIRD SALK < £ YY WOOL BY AUC I ION at MR G. JAMESON'S STOBES a? About the » Middle of January Next B - J. T. FOHD, Auctioneer. GEO JAMESON, Agent, 12095 Ashr.urtt.n. V A. Harrison. r Alfred Harrison, r . AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND ESTATI • 9 AGBNT AKD VALUATOR. , t SATURDAY SALE &t 12 o'clock »hu —Horse*, Cattle, Pigs, Produce and Merchandise, Xgenr Nerwioh Union Fire Insurance ■j Com pan r, FOR SALjci— Moveable Hut on pair wheels ; t* bunks. Champion Wa Msohine, 60e, Call atishing Seed Sower, by Haxton and Beatle i cheap. i Ploughs, Harrows, and other imple- ) roentn ) Cheyloamore Club Tricyole, the best I kidd mads — cheap Piano, by Bord, nearly now. Cheap Spring Cart— Cheup 1 Chaffcatter, by Bentall String Binder by Wood, good as now, very cheap TO LET Five roomed Oottugn, Cox street ; rent very low to good tenant ALFRED HARRISON, ~n^Ew~zETLAl^"RTn7wTrs^ CALEDON...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

_. i ,( rENDERS wantd for Cutting, Tyir ' and Htooking abont 40 acr*>s i Wbeat and 40 acr< p Oatu, For p->r I culars «pply to Harris and (.( ) Al'enton. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS Df FABES— CHRIHTMAS HOLIDAYS. CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS T DUNF.DI*, INVERCARGILL, AN THE LAKES. T^XCURSION TICKETS will be issue fTJ ns under from the 22nd Docembei 188' i, to the 3rd January. 1887, inclusiv and will be available for return up to an 9 including 17th January : — From To To To - Dunedin. InvercargUl, Kingston Ist 2nd Ist 2nd Ist 2nd Rakaia 33/- 22/- 55/- 38/6 66/- 44/- B Ashburt'n 28/- 18/6 SO/- 35/- 61/- 40/3 Tho journey may bo broken at an; station en route, and be continued by an; I ordinary train. BATDRDAY RETURN TICKET! from any Station to any Station will b< B issued from the 22nd DecemburJ 188S, t< 3rd January, 1887, inclusive, and will b< available for retirn up to and including 1 7th January. r 12 92 By order. NEW ZEALAND RAI...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

?;W. A. WOODS IIIPEOVEI) toVESTER ' i WITH ' IMPROVED TBON FRAME TWINE TlS- "B!'- &NFW RUN'D' P,C ARRITSiutTT-AQILy-aST THE BEST HARVE&TBU AN > BINDER IN THR WORLD. It has the folbwing important ndrnntngrß, combined m no other HaiT«s.er, and many cf them are cxcluaiva with it. Y% 1. Perfect balunce of the ontire macbiae Try 15 Binder open at back, affording passage ot ■^ it m allvositions the lon rest r e or wheat I) 1. Extraordinary ease of draught 10. "Vibrating battiog board of iron and we« 4 8, Unequalled perfection of tho gearing— durable, bt d working to perfection cccnemy of power— great durability 17. Patkor fi go-«, ac ing m pairs, straightea* , j A, No bide draught and no neck weieht ing the grain instead of tangling it 6. Malta'ble iron used wherever practicable, 18. Reliable binder trip, seizing the bundle* >r > combining lightness and strength with precision c, 6. Herla adjustable horison...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

St&warfc TJigQihii __ -.- } I ENGLISH W ATOHESi {_.<'* ENGLISH WAT&K6, ; WATOHBS. ' U P KOEOBNTMD, Q ALITY UNF CALLED -PRICE UNAPPROAOHKa JUST as the Introduction of steam has revolutionised the Commerce of tha yV-jetd, so ta» pclnolplea o the art of manufaotui'lag, and oar New • ystam of Selling of Watohes direot lad Public hao affected an equally trlklng revolution In .the Watoh READ FAOTS. ENGLISH WATOHES AND JEWELLERY. Ax Fibsx Cost. Vlaitow to Dunedin are Invited to In- neot the World-wide Renovr ed ENG> tiISH WATOHES, manufactured by STEWART DAWSON and Co., LJrarpool, England, and Imported by thero direot from their factory to ■heir New Zealand Branch, 34 rrln- cos street Dunedld. The suooesi wbioh has attended the sale of these qnrlvalled Watohes thronehoat every OMt of New Zealand and Australia Übeyond precedent In the history o watoh-maklng., results whioh tneak In trumpet tones the quality a their watches, and the advantages of...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 January 1887

Public Cor-jyar-iea. llfl-DTUAL Jf iR X HwVUAKCB. !Vr 'V.T.L. jlftwext Ratos of Fremhi^ Inß«r*n ;■'.!. :'.r& Promts wi(,huat on? Liabili;y wUfttcrrr. *H« AtFSTRALIAW MEU..'^KnT,!- UNION {^sriIANCF. COMPANY. LIMITED. OiJiTAt. ... ... ... £850,00$ With power to inoreanw. ftfenty par cont. of Mie pro?it* dirid**. annaally waoagat the policy holdaro, Direoto?B : John Blyth, Esq., of MoHirs J«hn Blyth and Co. , Preeident 41fred Shaw, -Esq., of Messrs 1. Sha* and 00. , Vioe-Presldont Joseph Webster, Esq., of Messn Joseph Webster and 00. Robert Reid, Esq., of Metuurs Warne and Reid BianfordOhapjaan.Esq., of Kessra Tbr got, Son and Chapman. LUtof Shareholaete : Jehnßljth, Esq., J.P., of John Bljtt and Co., merehanta, Melbourne Alfred Shaw, Esq., Wm. Hughes, Eaq. Matthew Gill, Eiq., of A. Shaw and 00., Importers, Melbourne. Brlabano etc. Oarin Shaw, lea-, J.P., atewhani, Mor benrne W. VoLean, la«., O. lULean, Eaa,, m MeLeaa Broa. and Rlgf , Iron aaer ehanta, etc. , Melbourne A. C...

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WHY HE DID NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

WHY HE DID NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL My object m writing is two-fold j to express my gratitude for a great benefit, add to tcU A short story which cannot foil to interest the feelings of many othera. It is all about myself, but I have remarked that when a man tells the honest truth about himself he is all the more likely to be of use to his fellow«creatures. To begin, then, you' must know I had, long been more or less subject to gttacfcs of br<m chjtis,, a complaint that you are aware js very pommon and troublesome m Great Britain m certain seaspns of the year. Spine montns ago I had a very severe turn of it, worse, I think than I ever had before, It was prqb.abjy brought on by catphing qqld, as we aU are ao« *o when we least expect it. Weeks passed by, and my trouble proved to, be very obstinate It would nQt yield to rnefliQine, arid as I also Qegan to ftaye violent racking pains m my limbs and back, I became greatly alarmed. I could neither eat nor sleep. If I had been a. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

fnO LET.— Those Commodious Buildim X Pcemioes close to fW office, at present oooapied by Mr G>J*BWt- — Alao one or two Olfloet m Court Onamberi.— • Also Two b roomed Cottage and Half Ace of Land.-H. M. Jon as, 5 178 "BALL." BALL will be held m the Oddfel- J_ loW Hall, Watertou, on the 21<,h last. Gents, 3d; Ladies free. Good Muilolaoepg»ged, 5 167 WESTERFIKLD FLOUR MILLS. CIARMERS and other Settlers In the Jj Aibburton Distrioi are Informed ibat tbe aboTO Mills are now prepared to ao gristing la any quantity at lowest rates, and having a First-Olast Millet engaged, satisfaction can be guaranteed. Grain for gristing can be left at my shop In Tanored street, G. J. F. LUBLOW, Proprietor. A.B.V. mHE ASHBURTON RIFLKS SOCIAL WILL BS BELD ON PEIDAY, 24th MAY IN THB ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Danoing at 8 p.m. Admission—Gentle* men, 2s 6d ; Ladies free. * Tickets from all members of t Company. pHABLES O BAD DELL ESTATE, HOUSE, LIND AND GENERAL COMMISSI...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

T Public .Notices r OST near May field, about the Utb JLJ May, a ilicW Shetp Dog with raqialered collar for 1888, numbered either 18 or 962 Anyone retarning.it to Messes Geeen and Scbint, May field, or oMb C-'bo Jameson, Aahburton, wlil be D warded. stJ7i OUFT OOMERS JLJIME. AGRICULTURAL LIME. 15i per ton at Xi n 16s per ton In Railway trucks. RAILAGE TO— Wester field, 2* 5d Tlnwsld, 3a 5i Aihbutton, 3d 91 Ohertsey, 5s 24 lUkals, 5s lOd Wlnslow, 43 99 Hinds, m Il< TESTIMONIALS, Mount Somers, Marob 12th, 1889. E. F. Wbioht, Esq., Lear Sir, — In reply to yonr enquiries™ lime, on a pleoe of land la oats this season, I spread 25 cwt to the aore. The difference was vry marked. I esti* mate the inoreaee at 10 bushels per acre, and expeot a subetartial inoreaee 00 por- tion limed for Beveral years. 1 also limed a strip m a paddock sown with turnips, with about the same quantity of lime per aore, and the difference is even more marked than m the pleoe sown with oats* —Yonrs Faith...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

_ Public Efoticea PLANTING SEAbON, 1889. I HAVE tl-.'« season a very large quantity cf Forest and Fruit Trees, uoropr sing a bice Douglaslll, Menztesll, White Spruce, Norway Spruce, Finns laalgnis, Lariolo, Auotrlacs, Ponderosa, Macrooarpß. Lawsonlnna, Wellington!*, Larch, Silver Blrob, Oak, Laarels, Hollies, *l kloie of O. nunaeata. Trveß a> d hbrnoo, «<o. Apples, P^ris, Pinnae, Cherries, Gv-oieberriea, Currants aud Cabbage Pbntß, eio ,of all kinds. lam prepared, as usual, to Plant by Contraot and replaoe for twelve months &t lowest rates. Maojocarpa Fences planted cheap, as I have a very large stock. Inspection In- vited. Pcioe list on application: . All orders oarefully aod seourely psokod and delivered at Kailway station for whioh no oharge is made, K .B.— Note the address. JAMES PORTER, Nurseryman, Clifton Nursery, Allenton, Aahburtoo. INSTEAD OF BLUESTONING PROTECT YOUR SEED WHEAT From Small Birds, Blight, Smut, or Bust by uenra BKOOKE'S Carbo...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

Public Notices, ' a Q SOBIPTION TIOKETB for oiron O ting Library aio cow being issued ¥ onthly, la 6d ; quarterly, 3s 6d ; half early, 6s ; yearly, 10s 6 j. A Subscriber oan have two Works at a time on payment of a Subscription and » half. Catalogues— 6-* 'ah. All Subsorip?- -nn strictly cash, hTm:. jo^es. 4 130 Williamson and H. Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKHRg (Lati ot London and BraiaifaHAM LIVEBY & MILITABT UNIFORMS. LADIES' HABEraAND JAOKETB Made In all the Latest Styles. EA!ST 8 T BEET, Next to Ooarthoase, ABHBURTON. And at 62 Oblombo Stceeti Chrlitebnreh. 12 138 W.SPAKKOW Tailor & Outfitter EABTSIEBET; Next BANK NEW ZEALAND TflE HEW RAILWAY TIME- TABUS. m Ashburton to ohbistohuroh. Trains leave a.m. p.m. p.m ABHBoftioN every day at 7.20 8.40 6.55 Arriving at Ohbistchuboh every day at 10.30 7.0 8.50 The 7,20 stops at all stations up to JBurnTiam anly to take up or set down passengers, and beyond Barnham stops at wayside stations onhi to allow passengers...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

Public Nottew He RUSSBLL'B BANKRUPT STOCK. FURTHER concessions having bees made by the Official Assigned %mM aooeptlDg our tender of 11s 43 IN THE £, " We are now enabled to sell the gooda ftl the prioe at which we originally bought* vli,, 11 s 4 D WTHE & SALE COMMENOBS FRIDAY We wish It din Inotly nndetstood that Mb Rtjbsmll baa No Oonneetlon whatave* with Tain Sale, cob will he be a n ih« tettiiitt* K£ TWEED m QLOEIOtS NEWS GREAT BUOOSSS OF Andrew Orr^s CHEAP SAIiE DRAPERY, CLOTHING im> BOOTS. The Stock purohwed of J. Obb and 00, Anoon«ligto£7ooo IN ORDER to clear ont the .kwk before the 30th of Jane and u/e tba expenses of two establlshmente I hay« to»do still FURTHER REDUOTIONa In prices. And will, during the next fen* weeks up tn 10th June, PAT THE FABE from Monnk Sonterr, Rakela aad Oeeili from Methven to ail rjnrfhann of £f wotth and opwardt. COME EARLY AND SECURE TH BARGAINS. ANDREW ORtt ■ IMMENSE SUCCESS OF JOHN ORR & COS Sale...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

♦ iJJ!!i.igggggggggg D. Thomas. D. Thomas, (Late of Matson, Cox and Co.), A UOTIONEER, LAND, INSURING & and ESTATE AGENT, VAXUATOR, WOOL AKD GRAIN BROKER. ASHBUSTON. Loans negotiated, Weekly Sales of Live Stock, Tlnwald an Aihbnrton alternately : Fortnightly Sales of Sheepskins, Fat H!de»; etc., on FRIDAYS f Sales of Wool throughout the Season -*Gn»ld Bought and Sold on Oonujaleilon •: . Clearing dales as per arrangement MR D. THOMAS has for Bale the following cheap and remunerative Properties,— 188 acres good land, ith nice, dwelling house and garden, Bpringb,urn. 107 Acres good land adjoining the above. Would make a grand farm together 2050 Acres fair land, Seafield, perfect improvements, large Plantations convenient Homestead, besides two other good dwellings, Granaries, Stables, etc., etc. 1760 Acres, Seafield, thoroughly im- proved and everything necessary for the proper working ; of the . property 468 Acres, adjoining plantation, reserve, V • Chertiey, worth taking...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

Our Gas Governor. I THE American Gas Saving Company de- sire to particularly call the attention of gas consumers to their -celebrated GAS GOVERNOR or REGULATOR,, which is attached to the meter for the purpose of re- ducing the pressure from the street, mains, and ! keeping it uniform m the pipes throughout the building, thereby preveating blowing and waste at the burners, causing them to give a steady and, brilliant light, at the same time Saving from 15 to 50 per cent of thd gas. These GOVERNORS *re m use;in.all the Public Building's at Washington, including the Capitol,, where. they, were after com- petitive tests against all comers/including the mercury and glycerine machines ; , on; the Man- hattan Elevated Railway, Where they have saved over since 1884, saving $11,519.37 m five months; the ' Mutual: Life, New york Life, Liverpool and London; v and Globe Insurance Company's, Astoir House, Sinclair House, and many other public and private buildings. Our machines are guaran- teed ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

HOWARD'S PULVERISING PLOUGHS SINGLE AND DOUBLE FURROW JOHN G. RESTELL WEST STREET ASHBURTON. H. P. GREGORY and CO., SAN FRANCISCO, OAL. and PORTLAND OREGON, SYDNEY, N.6.W,<fe MELBOURNE, VIC., AUSTRALIA MACHINERY AND . GENERAL MISSION MERIASTS. Offices and Stores m Australia. 17 Pitt Street, Circular Quay, Sydney, N.S.W., & 104 Bourke Street, West, Melbourne, Victoria. SOLE AGENTS FOR J. A. Fay and Co.'s Woo Working Machinery Frank & Co.'s Wood Working Machinery Boult's Variety Moulding and Dovetailing Machine G» Ft Blake Manufacturing Cn/« Steam Pumps New York Belting and Packing Co. Rubber Goods j Sergeant Drill Co.'s Celebrated Triumph Rock Drills B, W. Bliss' Presses, Dies and Special Machinery Eclipse Wind Engine Co. 's Solid WhetVjd Windmills Tanite Co.'s Emery Wheels and Grinders Sturtevant's Blowers and Exhausters Judson's & Pickering's Engine Governors Disston and Sons' Saws and Files Korting's Injectors and Ejectors Pennsylvani...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 23 May 1889

Qi"Stratz& Co' OUR OWN MANUFACTURERS OUB OWN IMPORTERS OUR OWN RETAIL DEALERS. J. P. STRATZ, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, OPTICIAN I AND MANUFACTURING JEWELLER, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. IS well known to bi manufacturing on his premiai.s tbe greater part of bis Large and Varied Stock of Watches, Clocks, and Jawehery thereby saving the heavy duty, Merchants' Profits, and all other expense* which have to be paid -by the ordinary Shopkeeper*, And is therefore enabled to Bell direct from tho Workshop to the Public, every , article at Manufacturers' Prices. ' OUR OWN MANUFACTURE English Hunting Leveis at £4 10s Kegular Retail Value £6 16s. These Watches are m Solid Silver Cases, air tight and dust proof ; the movements are full capped and ie welled m rubies, fine white enamel dial, gold hands and sunk seconds, Guaranteed pertuct timekeepers, warranted 20 years. J. F. SrBATZ' OWN MANUFACTURE An £8 10s ENGLISH I. W£R for £6 6b. Ever reliable and unequalled. Perfect a...

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