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VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, November 25. The match . between Victoria and South Australia was continued to-day, Victoria's first innings closing for 553. Armstrong made 250 and Carkeek 68. Rees took five wickets for 162 runs, Whiity three for 116 and Chamberlain two for 51. South Australia has lost seven wickets for 131. Dolling not out 66, O. Hill 17 and Down ,23. were the chief contributors. . Armstrong's score was a record for Victoria. It was a great innings, and he scored freely throughout, completely disposing of the doubts regarding his form.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

TENNIS. AUSTRALASIAN. CHAMPIONSHIPS MELBOURNE, November 26. In the singles championship of Australasia Brookes defeated "Rice, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3. The champion's ground attack, anticipation and volleying were all extremely skilful. His. opponent never once got a lead. In the doubles championship Heath and Lycett beat Brookes and Addison 6-2. 7-5, 6-0. Miss L. Addison won the ladies singles chapionship of Victoria. Lady Vernon and Captain Vernon were beaten out of the semi-finals of the handicap: doubles. .

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THE DAVIS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

THE DAVIS CUP. SYDNEY, November 27. The Herald says Lycett's inclusion is due to his fine play m the doubles championship. Brookes was probably selected with a view to playing him m the Davis Cup doubles contests as that is the branch of tennis at which he excels. The "Telegraph" says perhaps" Brookes has decided to reserve his own energy for the singles and means to pair Lycett with Dunlop. On the other hand, 'be may .only intend to hay« him as a reserve.

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

THE TURF. WINNING JOCKEYS AND OWNERS (Received November 27, 8.5 a.m.) LONDON, November 26. The flat racing season has concluded. Frank Wootton the leading jockey rode 187 winners, and bis^ percentage of winning mounts was 25.66. Trigg rode UK- winners his percentage being 15.12; Maher 99 winners; percentage 22.65. The principal stake-winners were Lord Derby £43,063, J. Joel £34.634.

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HORORATA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

HORORATA RACING CLUB. The following handicaps have been declared for the Hororata Racing Olub's meeting, to be held on December 16th:— Farmers' Plate, of 40 soys; five furlongsr-lvanoff 9.13, Blytheboy 9.8, Traitress 9.3, Robt. McCarthy mare 8.5, Luck's All 8.4, Norman .8.0, Hydra 8.0, Molly O'Brien 8.0, Jewel Pin 8.0. Bangor Plate, of 45 soys; six furlongs—Clanniena 9.1, Friwolliti 9.0, Corrie 7.7. Hororata Oup, of 100 soys; one mile arid-a'quarter—Gold-Coin 9.10, Outlander 9.8, Merry Lass 8.13, Monkey Puzzle 8.8, Kris '8.8, Pert 8.0, Nightlight 7.11, Sant Rosaleer 7.10, Miss Fry 7.7. '.■-,• ■ ■■'■-■■■■■ . ,:.,,'.'■■;• /. Flying Hack Handicap, of 40 soys; four furlongs—-Oasa Novo 9.13, Grand R-ose 9.3, Battalion 8.13, Sir Hamilton 8.13, Stephanos 8.13, Hesione 8.13, Early Morn 8.13, Oka 8.12, Rider 8.12, ■Kingsbury 8.11, Robt. McCarthy mare 8.11, Paislie 8.10, Gasoline ,8.9, Luck's All 8.9, Ariel 8.8, Berlin 8.7, Hydra 8.7, Molly O'Brien 8.7. Welter Handicap, of 40 soys; seven furl...

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AMERICAN STUD HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

AMERICAN STUD HOUSES. SYDNEY, November 27. As the result of; the anti-betting legislation m America the St. James stud, ono of the most famous m the United States, comprising L 59 animals, is being brought to' Sydney. It will arrive 1 m a specially chartered steamer on Wednesday. Mr Xrvi'ng Wheat-croft, the owner, declares that racing conditions have reached such a pass m America that there is no longer any pleasure m racing or breeding. Ihe thoroughbreds include the famous sires Cesurion and Kismet.

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

SWIMMING. SYDNEY/, November. 26. At the profession^ swimming, carn^ vrd Dickm&a (sew South "Wales). - wqa the lOQyds, championship, • Harrower(Queensland), being second and; G-. Bead third Timer—lmin 12 2-ssec. la the lOOyd's handicap, for a prize of £50, the" New Zealainier Kean (llsep taa>. cap) had. to *oe content with see^ ld place to, War (Hsec), m lim^ p:Jt,

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FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

FISHING. Fishing at the' mouth of the Rangitata river on Thursday evening and Friday morning, Mr J. A. Carney caught 15 good conditioned fish, up to 4#lbs. Master George Crurn also landed nino. Mr Carney says the river ig> m splendid condition both for day and night fishing, most- of hie catches being landed m the day time. Fishing,at'the mouth of the Rahgitai id at the week-end, Mr H. P. Arnst secured a nice bag of eleven fish, and Mr J. AllingtoJi caught a similar number. There were several six-pounders m each bag. A number of other anglers, fishing at the same spot, report varying success. Shoals of herrings provided much excitement during part of the day, and large numbers were captured, some weighing as much as 21bs. All the fishing rivers of Canterbury are reported clear to-day.

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ACCIDENTS & DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

ACCIDENTS & DEATHS. Pc& Press Association—Copyright. , - LONDON, November °~ i It lia& been discovered thf 1"1^ ,-. blosion at Liverpool yrr- ~» ■ inG &*~ the.ignition- of dust •-».■ caused-by i workman who ha- 1 Partldes. One mot finding an .- £« f a! narrow escape, •buried himV „ ? xit af^ r the-..©xploswn| I a numK r * pile .of sacks, and : took r £ r-° ■ rate .»n . a similar plight Wdf>- • ge T under his body. He re, ■ -ed m this position for two hours. SYDNEY, November 26. Hudson,, the third victim of the accident has succumbed to the injuries he suffered through the falling of a tank at the Eveleigh locomotive shed MELBOURNE, November 27. ■" Altogether three hundred children were affected by the sandwiches eaten at the Maryborough picnic. Six are still dangerously and twenty; seriously ' WELLINGTON, November 25. Harry Meach, bootmaker, was found dead m his bed at his lodgings this morning. On ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

BUSINESS NOTICES. tmnrr—a-- « M| ,|, in^pKnt^^^-a^y^^g^^ _. ||)n|^rT —■^^p—^^^M> WELL-CUT /1 W/ / "^^B m'nsow Ready-to- I V/ I Wear Suits jA V fl^ I are equal to any tailor-made II 1 11^ / m cut, style, and finish. i |o J^-s/ 200 Patterns to choose from, ' Vj I /W and made m 26 sizes. ; W k Prices for First-class Tweeds:- ■ ;! ■■■■'■«'■ Wk ) ' ■ 50/^- : 55/; ' 59/8 $1 1 I I I•; , ■ '' . EAST STREET, . . -j I II I I ll Is the Local Agent, I IIJ ;Li/ ■He will be Please(^ to §ive y°u f JOr full particulars. :" We are Looking for-Your BUSINESS, ■■■'Wib ARE SHOWING SEVERAL SPECIAL LINES ? '■ TO TEMPT YOU, W Special Lot of CREAM DEESS SKIRTS, ia • Serge, Taffetta, Lustre and Voile, bought at job prices— _ Usually sold at 15/6 to 30/- To Clear at 8/6 to 15/--iWHITE EMBROIDERED MUSLIN BLOUSES, pretty designs— ■ • Special Prices from 4/6 each WHITE EMBROIDERED DRESSES, iii Blouse and Skirt and '■-■■■■■ Princess styles— . From 10/6 'These are exceptional v...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

A SIGNAL OF DISTRESS. Pain m the back is the kidneys' signal of ■ distress. ■ If this timely warning is ignored kidney disease silently fastens its deadly! grip—for kidney sickness first showf itself m pains and disorders m other parts, and the real cause is too often hidden until fatal Bright's Disease or Diabetes has set m. Suspect the kidneys if you are rheumatic and nervous, or have a lame back, painful, too' frequent or scanty urination, weak heart, dizzy spells, headaches, bloaing or neuralgia. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have been curing lame backs and sick kidneys for years. The following local endorsement is convincing;:—■ Mrs G. H. Tutty, Jones Road, Ashburton, says:—"l have nothing but good to say of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. In the first place I 'used them for a weak and aching back. This trouble was supposed to be chronic, but Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cured it. I have.been .quite free of the pain ever, since taking them. Seeing how they acted m my ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

&ter& turn te&r ' /RAVEN > TEA Is delightfully cooling & I refreshing. I It makes an appetising amber brew, is a marvel of purity, and tastes as well as it looks. I/6 I/ 81/10-2-/ . ALL GROCERS I

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

BUSINESS NOTICES. JBARGAIN SEEKERS. MITCHELL & TURNER'S XMAS DISCOUNT SALE i Started on FRIDAY, November 24th. See Discount Bargain Oircular. AMPLE SUPPLIES OF THIS FAMOUS COAL NOW AVAILABLE. The Coal is of splendid quality, Las a bright, shiny appearance, lights quickly, and is thereby easily distinguished from any other Coal on the, Market. . KAJTANCATA COAL. Eor BAKING and COOKING it is inyaluable, su it gires a" fine even heat. For the SICKEOOM.it is indispensable.. / : '•■''.. .•■.■':•.": Eor all-round HOUSEHOLD PTJEPOSES it cannot be beaten. RETAILED BY ALL COAL MERCHANTS. Country Orders for truck loads can be supplied promptlyrAddress: PROPRIETORS, KAITANGATA COAL, 107, HIGH STREET, DUNEDIJf. ..—-i_.^— - 9 121 fy NEW COOKERY BOOKLET-FREE! | / /1) A copy of a booklet just issued containing SELECTED ///// COOKING RECIPES, particularly adapted for use with ff- I I y<. "Highlander" Condensed Milk and &...

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

AUCTION SALES. TO-MORIIOW. ' Stock Sale'tiit As'Kbtirfcoii Yards

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MEETINGS, AMUSEMENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

MEETINGS, AMUSEMENTS, Etc. TO-NIGHT. Ashburton J3or6ugh Council, 7.30. Hampstead Town Board, 7.30. • Theatre Royal, S—Mr W. S. Maslin's Address. Willowby School, 6.3o—Mr John Kennedy's Addross. ■Seafield School. 8-sMr W. J. Dickie's Address. Geraldine Drill Hal!, — Mr John McLachlan's Address. Eiffelton School, B.3o—Mr John Kennedy's Address. * ; . Rakaia Town Hall, S—No-license meeting. TO-MOIIBOW. Theatre Royal, B—Pictures','B—Pictures',' Oddfellows' Hall, Tinwald, B—Mr W. S. MaslinV Address. Hinds School, B^-Mr W. ,Nosworthy's Address. Ardamine Hall, Done, B—Mr W. J. Dickie's Address.'

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Letters Received.—"Moderate," and J. McConoohie, President, Ashburton Working Men's Club.

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Ashburton Guardian. Magna est Veritas et Prævalebit. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1911. CEMETERIES OF BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

Ashburton Guardian. Magna est Veritas et Prævalebit. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1911. CEMETERIES OF BOOKS. Saturday last W3s the anniversary of the birth of Mr Andrew Carnegie, and as lie iias done more than any other man to multiply libraries, it may be opportune to offer ,a few thoughts, on the subject of those storehouses of books which are now brought within the reach of practically every one who' can read Mr Carnegie., has founded no fewer than 2200 libraries, including sixteen district libraries m Wasgow, all of which are affiliaH, * e great mt^e Library oi that city, which boasts of having no fewer than 180,000 ;books. The new bpildiug .'in which,, that vast collection is now'housed was opened a few weeks ago by Lord Bosebery, who delivered on the .Occasion, one of his characteristic Rations— that is to say, his speech ; was light and semi-ironical, yet calculated to awaken serious reflection. His..ttiordship said he felt like playing the part of Balaam,,at least to the extent of n...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

Tv the statutory notice of the liccnsingi'oll and National Prohibition-Poll" inserted m tho "Guardian" by thereturning officer for the Selwyn lioenr sing district, one .of the, issues was wrongly statod. In the caso of Local Option, instead of the words, {i I votefor continuanco," the words "I vote for local restoration" appeared. Theadvertisement m correct form is inserted to-day. . ' • ■' -■' ,-[

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

BUSINESS NOTICES. • ; UNIQUE BARGAINS PROVIDED BY Herewith we mention-a few examples , and yon are invited to inspect them. .6--Dozen (Assorted Designs) -White §Vlus3Sr£ Blouses—. • ' . Fsually 3/11 to 6/11 . . ■: -. ■ .. : ,: ;i , : See special window display. Special prices ... 2/6 to 5/11 8 (only) Ladles' -Coloured .Linen Goats and Skirts—- Usually 39/6 Special price .... 12/6 ■8 Ladies J Fashionable Feather Boas— ■ .;."-. • Usually 19/6. Special price ... 15/6' each 12 Ladies. American Shirt Blouses, Strong Japanese Silk- Usually 9/11. Special price ... 7/11 each 6 Ladies* Raincoats, Extra Value— ... 49/6 for 37/6 See this line of 1000 yards t flewest Stripe Prints,, Cambrics, Zephyrs, etc.— Usually Bfd to lOi. All 6^d par yard. SO Boys 1 NorfoSk Suits. All Sizes. Good Serviceable Tweeds. Usually,2l/-, 22/6 24/9 27/6. Now ... .16/- 17/6 • .19/9. 4 (only) Boys' Norfolk Suits. Sizes 11 .and 12— Usually 19/- y Special price ; ... 12/6 20 Doz. Boys' and Men's Light Summ...

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