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

BUSINESS NOTICES. REAL ARCTIC FURS. WE can show you the Finest Selection of MUFFS AND NECKLETS. Our Prices are Right. ANDREW QRR & (J°-> LTDTHE BRITISH - NEW ZEALAND MEAT AND PRODUCE COMPANY, LTD. WINTER FREIGHTS. T7IARMERS CONSIGNING FROZEN J- MEAT TO LONDON, cannot do BETTER than place their SHIPMENTS with this COMPANY.. THEIR ACCOUNT SALES PROVE THIS. Full pamctilars re charges may be obtained fvcm the Local Agent, WALTER PICKLES, West Street. I HOT WATER. BAtsb, | P With and without Covers, 1 I HOUSE CUPPERS, . I || Hand and Machine. , || I BIOYGLE LOTS, 1 I All Best Makes and Low Prices n I AT ■ H I John Orr & Co.. 1 Wash-day Work will be cut in two if you use . . T ILY WASHING TABLETS. Try them. Only 1/- All Grocers. COUGHS ! M ■r COLDS! I The worstthing about them is that they hang on, and continue to hang on. Your home remedies do not touch them. What is wanted^ is a food as well as a medicine —a medicine food. A mcdi- . cine that will soot...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. __ IntABINET and PICTURE-FRAME MAKER, Office and Shop-fitter, TANCRED STREET. TO THE SHEEP FARMERS AND OTHERS IN AND AROUND THE METHVEN DISTRICT. WE have in stock a largo quantity of both Heart and Sap STAKES, POSTS AND HURDLES. Wo also stock all kinds of Builders IRONMONGERY/GALVANISED IRON, CEMENT, Etc. aRANDS ANDC 0 -' I'LWBER AND COAL MERCHANTS. METHVEN. WHY BE SEINED Jl FOR "Driving a Vehicle without a light, when you can Buy A REAL GOOD PAIR OF CARRIAGE LAMPS, At a REASONABLE COST From C* 11 mi so h, ■ CARRIAGE BUILDER. WEST STREET - ASHBURTON. LANE'S MEDOLINE for the Hands. Applied night and morning keeps the skin soft and pliable. 1/- Bottle J at all Chemists and Stores. PUBLIC NOTICE. MR. THCS. HY. ELLIOTT, of Ashburton. desires to inform the General Public that he has Sold, as from the 2nd Mavch, 1908, the Business of Coal and Firewood Merchant lately conducted by him to Mr A. H. Field. Mr EU'o*, 'while thanking the Public for pac J: /vices, ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 13 June 1908

fySINESS NOTICES. , TCTOK ARTIFICIAL WREATHS, POT" PLANTS and FLOWER POTS, Go to THOMAS BROS.. GRAIN AND PRODUCE BEALERS, Havelock Street. Kaye and Carter, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS riASH BUYERS, at HIGHEST MARj KET RATES, of WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY'PEAS, CHAFF,, Etc., Etc OFFICE : ARCADE, ASHBURTON. Open onTuesdays and Saturdays. mrmaiFgoM FUR HOUSEHOLD, or GAS. A" '-'lIMAIN COLLIERY CO., LTD, SYDNEYTHOS. 8R0W23. U6a Hereford Street. Chi'eHweh, Sole Agents for New Zealand, TP|O YOU WANT £5? Then save up "Kozie'.' Tea Coupons. Eighty-six cash prizes; valu? £55. given away half-yearly. *irst three prizes £5 each. The current "KOZIE" Tea Competition closes .tn .June. Agents—Manchester Bros.. -—T~~T .. ■ ■Wl , NICHTS.-:- ;.|1 ,> s&>-'^ How many people lie % (m wake shivering half U lie night in the Winter ■ « ime. Many honrs of n efreshing slumber- are " requently lost in this. I ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

The Ashburton Guardian. Vol. xxis No. 7512 Ashburtjon : Monday, 1* June 15, 1908, Price—One 1( PenuF

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HORSE WITH BROKEN LEGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

HORSE WITH BROKEN LEGS. When a horse has one of its legs broken the common "practice is—unless the animal is of exceptional value —to put an end to his existence. Should two legs be broken, there is never any hesitation. Occasionally, however, a good job is made in setting a horse's leg. A correspondent in the Australasian says: "I know of an instance in which a filly's leg was set without assistance. She belonged to a very wild mob, and until they were let out of the yard it was not noticed that one of her hind legs was broken. She got away, and was lost sight of in tho thick timbered country for several months. When seen again she was going freely on all four legs, the '. broken one being straighter than the } other, which was a good deal bowed. She was afterwards broken in and I ridden, but she could do very little ! work. The, most curious instance of a hodse recovering from broken legs is that of tho Arab stallion Hanger. He was given to the captain of...

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PRESENTED AT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

PRESENTED AT COURT. The great day came. We began dressing immediately after lunch. We then had a pretty clear idea of all the laws regulating our progress, and later, in the evening, a man we knew called to give us a few final hints. He, too, was going to Court. His regulation costume was a tail coat of black silk velvet, glittering with buttons of cut steel, velvet knee breeches, black silk stockings, buckled shoes, white gloves, a cocked hat, and a little sword. He carefully pointed out to us this sentence in the Lord Chamberlain's letter of advice:— • "Ladies who pass the Presence of Their Majesties' Court are requested to be kind enough to remember that their trains, which are spread by pages on entering the Throne Room, should be kept down until they are picked up and restored to them by pages who will be in attendance at the exit door for that purnose." It seemed clear that every step would be watched with the closest care and attention. You may be su...

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A TENNESSEE LYNCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

A TENNESSEE LYNCHING. A TERRIBLE SCENE, In hi 6 book, "The Autobiography of a Tramp," Mr W. Davies tells of a horrible tragedy witnessed in Tennessee—the lynching of a negro: - "Some days after leaving Memphis I arrived at a small town, where I was surprised to see an unusual amount of bustle, the .surrounding country for miles having sent in its able-bodied men. Every man was armed with a gun, and they stood in email groups talking outside the various stores. . . . ' 'The small groups now began to join together into larger ones, and the larger groups joined until they became one large body of men. This one body then shouldered guns and moved quickly along the main street, the men's faces being drawn and pale. "I followed on, perhaps the one unarmed man among them, curious to know the meaning of it all. They came at last to a halt, and to see the reason for this I stepped across the way and saw that they halted before a large build...

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IMPROVED STEAM TURBINE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

IMPROVED STEAM TURBINE. At the engineering works of Messrs W. McKinnon and Co., Aberdeen, recently, a demonstration was given of an improved Steam turbine ,the invention' of Mr John Ogg, Aberdeen, which is likely to arouse considerable interest in engineering circles. The principle of the turbine consists of a metal wheel or disc mounted on a hollow shaft perforated by holes from the outside of the wheel radially. The holes are tapered from the centre out-1 yards, and form expanding nozzles for the steam or fluid, which is supplied: through the hollow shaft. The steam 1 on issuing from tho nozzle strikes against blades fixed to the rim of the wheel at a suitable angle to the oncoming steam, causing them to revolve at a hirrh velocity. One or more wheels may be mounted on the same shaft, and the blades of one or more wheels may be set for forward motion and others for reverse motion. A novel feature of this reversible turbine is that the steam issuing from the wheel or nozzles strike...

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HUMAN MICROBE-CARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

HUMAN MICROBE-CARRIERS. It is now about ten years since it was discovered that the microbe of diphtheria could be carried about by the. patient wlio has recovered from that malady. Since then it ha v s heenfound that the health of $!£ community may be threatened in tlie same way by those who huve suffered from influenza, spinal meningitis, plague, cholera, and other horrors. And all the time the microbecarrier may be quit© ignorant of, the strange fact that he or she >g disseminating disease, "Pfhilw immune to the action of tlicv pathogenic germs that may !.ip such mischief. The confiuniptive patient, of course, is himself tull'oring from his complaint. But the. cook who went from place to place^ »t*d alter whose successive advenAfc each household was in turn affiieted with typhoid, was uttey',s uneoilscious of the dread penalty she was inflicting on those w.lio efigaged her services. Aid eLe "never again suffered from typhoid. At a' recent scien...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

SHIPPiNU. /THHE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING j.-t COMPANY'S LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, FOR LONDON, Via Monte Video, Teaeriffe, and Plymouth. Best Accommodation for all Classes c; Passengers. Specially Fitted with Clayton's Patew FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Probable To sail Steamer. Tons Final Port about Paparoa* 65fc3 'Lyttelton June 18 Pftpanui 6582 I Jmly 4 Kuapehu* 7885 j July 30 Risretaka* 7952 Aug. 27 Tongariro* 7766 f^ept 24 Turakina* S2lO 0..t *Twin ser«w, For further particulars apply to FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. BHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION CO., LIMITED. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS for LONDON, with Superior Accommodation for all Classes of Passengers, culling usually at Monte Video, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. All Steamers now Btted with CO2 PATENT FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Vessel. Tons. I From Date tthenic* 12234 1 Wellington Jure 18 Earamea 5563 ! Wellington — Corinthic* 12231 ' Wellington July IB ' Arawa* -I 9372 f Wellington .Aug 13 lonic*f 12232 Wellington | * Twin screw, f Also calls at Eio de Janiero ' NICO...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

—»__«_ BUSINESS NOTICES. i'- I ' ■ ! '. .I i: " ' ' •' ; * *• ■ 11 * .■ I Have the reputation for the .. _ Richest and Best Apparel, J.* Is an interesting: question to solve ... !• ..' WvMlfwJ^ I/O 01/rJ/il^X^ / pNffil^^rfS IJb 10= DAY ' For Patterns of Choice Materials .. .. I i. For Dresses, Blouses, Eta c IMllctlltyflC & C*0«« .... CHRISTCHURCH .... John Moore, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, Picture Framer, etc, EABT STREET, ASHBURTON. ABbhurton, Waimate and Oamsrn. ; Telephone No. 147. j I Patents. j Hi - , HyQHEB j 11 183 Hereford Street, Christchurch. Pamphlet Free on Application. When Buying Jam § Buy the BEST. I 1 I C ..) Is the BEST Jam made. PURE. WHOLESOME. I DELICIOUS. j ; Made Pure from the Luscious ' Fruits of Sunny Nelson. S. KSBKFATRIOKa GO. b NELSON. A TIP TO FOOTBALLERS. ; C. B. Fry, the great athlete, saye: "I can with complete •onfidence recommend Barley Water made from ROBINSON'S PATENT BARLEY as a drink very valuable t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

« ; i ' I I', _ , Ladies' Glace~Balmoralr-, %- S^gfKJWr^ißSg^g^Bßag Men's Heavy Booto.l 12s 6d to 20s @|| jMbs*>! pfT^^4|l Ild 9d *<»38S 6d ■ | Ladies' Evening Shoes, | M P$S Gents> Walking Boots! 43 6d, GS 6d Ss 6d , 13S 6d| *° 25t . i TSTew Zealand Glothing- Factory: I | Te!eph one 77. ■«' v mHE LEADING PAINTERS, DECORATORS and PICTURE FRAAIEU-: X Tancred Street. COMPETENT WORKMEN SENT TO ANY PART OF THS. DISTRICT. te&% IIHIJSi^^M f t and finished Bedsteads direct i?iSfe%-1 ! IffTjfPiJf *■!-! f'-omtbeßest Britisll jyianufac'^T'llftlSsift;bf'JXJ■■■■!X v-l^'lil-i;^|i^l 4|Mi:;ilfl®^ W&m}^^sl a|^| .These Bedsteads ate ■^l^^-^tf'i^ S^C 8"?^;^^ :-0'& W?&s I unique in design, uiisuvpassed to Unish and quality, and at J>«cw M r<•*■'..' r"5 '-■;■;: j;e.?^ >«:-:^,;^^;/ to suit everybody j We can do you good (full-sised) Qs-ass-rail Bedstead at 30s. j We...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

PUBLIC NOTICES. TJUSTED BY BOROUGH FINANCES. RJBLTE.fi.BI4E: VALUES. 1902—UNDER LICENSE £22,613 1903—UNDER LICENSE £24,100 1904-TJNDER NO-LICENSE* ... £23,961 ♦Rateable Value of Hotel Properties— Under License .„. ... ... £1420 Under No-License ... ... ... 427 Reduction in Letting Value ... .„ £993 E3s° Notwithstanding that the rateable values of Hotel Properties were reduced by nearly £1000, nevertheless in 1905 rateable values were nearly £1000 in excess of that in the last year of License. 1905—UNDER NO-LICENSE ... £25,081 X9Q6__TJNDER NO-LICENSE ... £26,261 1907—UNDER NO-LICENSE ... £26,679 1908—UNDER NO-LICENSE ... £28,128 CUT OUT FOB REFERENCE. For Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, and Biliousness. T'tt? immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Proprietor, is convincing proof that tlie Public appreciate Jheir splendid curing power over the aboverjjamed complaints. They are elegant in appaaran.ee, pleasant to take, and, what is of the utm.M* importa...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

MR CHAPMAN WAS SCEPTICAL BUT RHEUMO CONVINCED HIM. Mr F. J. Chapman is well-known in Nelson. Read how RHEUMO •ured him. He writes: —"Beicg a bit sceptical was tho re*s»n that I «id not try R.HEUMQ, until ybu put th« experience of •thers you know and tke benefit they derived. '-1 am no longer a gwptio after what RHEUMO has done for me. am constantly in draughts iq my occupation as Engine Driver *t Mwurs Griffen and Son's F&etory. I can recommend RHEFMO m «, g»«c| remedy.—D". J. Chmpflian, Nelson," Why suffer when RHEUMO wil] cure you. At all stares a»d chemists, 2s 63 and 4a 63. I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. 7 ip-IE Cold Weather demands among other items — Good Warm Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Down Quilts, Bugs, etc., for the Comfort of the Home. We have a Complete Stock of these Goods at strictly/ noderate Prices, consistent with desirable Quality. Also, —Complete Range of Winter Underwear in Colonial Manufactured Goods, and the Famous " Brittania " Brand. Jnshnnkable Underwear, direct from, the British Manufacturers. Our Men's and! Boys' Clothing Department is fcvefl stocked with SaasonabEe and [Reliable (Goods. In Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., we are showing the right class of Goods for this time of the year. Art Needlework ana Fancy Work requirements—ln this Depa; il ment we are showing NEW CANVAS CLOTHS, NEW RIBBONS, Etc., and very full ranges of PERI LUSTA, SILKS, BRILLIANTS, S.YLKO, CREWEL SILK, Etc _ Our Special Ladies' Department, Corner East and Burnett Streets, is well stocked with LADIES' MILLINERY, COATS, COSTUMES, BLOUSES SFQITS...

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EMPHEMERIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

EMPHEMERIS. ' *SUN. PHASES OF THE MOON FOR JUNE. '

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BIRTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

BIRTH. HARRISON.—On June 13th, at Mrs Lockhard's Nursing Home, the wife of R. Harrison, Peter Street—a 6on.

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Ashburton Guardian Magna est Veritas et Prævalebit MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1908. THE LAWS AND MOTOR-CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

Ashburton Guardian Magna est Veritas et Prævalebit MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1908. THE LAWS AND MOTOR-CARS. The traders in motor-cars in Wellington are wise in their day and generation. People generally do not object to motor-cars just because they are motorcars, or even because they are, as a means of locomotion, still new things, but because they are too frequently used in a way that is offensive and dangerous to the public. This has led, and, if unchecked, will continue to lead, to dissatisfaction and even- detestation on the part of the majority of people, and must commercially prejudice what is- known as the motor-car industry. Therefore motor-car dealers who try to put a stop to motoring as a nuisance are wise in their own interest, and it will probably be a good thing for the trade if the Wellington men can get their brethren in other towns to follow their example. Practically, the Wellington dealers pledge themselves to discourage road-racing, and whatever, in connection with the use...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

LOCAL AND GENERAL. —_♦ Thirty-four points of rain fell in Ashburton 'last night. Heavy north-west gales, with rain, have been experienced at Bushside, the total for three days being 87 points, says our correspondent. The Domain Curator and staff were at work to-day lifting every alternate oak tree in the railway reserve, East street. The oaks will be transplanted along the new drive in the Domain. The weekly live stock sale will take place at the Ashburton yards tomorrow. On Saturday night a very large crowd of people visited the Winter Show, and the attendance was by far the largest on record. On the whole, the show has been a great success, and the gate receipts, which amounted to £182 2s, exceeded the takings for any previous year by £20.- This morning workmen were busily engaged removing the exhibits ,and restoring the Arcade to its old condition and purposes. The Hampstead School Cadets fired a competition on the Ashburton range on Saturday for three medals presented by Mrs H. ...

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WANTON DESTRUCTION OF PEOPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 15 June 1908

WANTON DESTRUCTION OF PEOPERTY. A group of six shops received the undesirable attentions of a band of destructive boys or young men last night, and damage to the extent of about £10 was done. The chief sufferer was Mr W. H. Collins, who had two blinds ■hacked and hewed to such an extent that they are of no further value. Mr Collins 6tates that the blinds, with the sign-writing upon them, were worth about £5 10s. This is not the first time that they have been damaged in a similar way, though not quite so seriously, and a number of old incisions, which ■had been repaired, were to be seen in the blinds. Mr W. W. White (tobacconist) also suffered, and his shop window blind was ripped to shreds and completely destroyed. Some sign-writing, only done on the shop last week, was so scratched and damaged that the imting will need to be done over again. It will cost Mr White at least £2 to repair the damage. Mr A. T. H. Williams (bookseller) had his blind cut, the work in this instance also ha...

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