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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

PROFESSIONAL. J. M. WILKIE,; SURGEON DENTIST. | Late Associate Drs Sandstsin and Hasjkins, University Pennsylvania, Phila cieJphia, U.S.A. W'ISHBS to notify the Public that he has taken oyer MR THOMAS'S DENTAL PRACTICE m ARCADE CHAMBERS opposite Mail Office The rooms have been -re-fitted with all THE VERY LATEST' ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES for filling teeth and for all classes of Porcelain workJ Crown, Bridge, Porcelain Inlays and all otli©r Dental" Work Done. • MODERATE FEES. Hours: 9 to I and 2 till 6. ; Telephone 184. P3ANO PLAYING MADE EASY. We have now established a BRANCH COLLEGE at SOMERSET PRIVATE HOTEL, ASHBURTON, and guarantee to teach you (any age) to play Piano or Organ and read music AT SIGHT, without the study of theory, learning of lines and spaces, no scales and exercise practice-or drudgery of any kind— exactly the same result as under the old laborious conditions, only m eight lessons the result _ that used to take years. Saves time, money, and worry. Full ...

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

ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ASHBURTON. ■QUBLIO NOTICE is hereby given IT that JOHN KENNEDY, of Geraldine, Accountant; WILLIAM STEPHEN MASON, of Geraldine, Farmer; JOHN McLAOHLAN, of Victoria Street, Ashburton, Farmer; and WILLIAM NOSWORTHX of Windermere, Sheep Farmer, have been duly nominated as Candidates for Election as a Member of Parliament for the above named Electoral District. The hours of Polling are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Dated this- 27tli day ' of November,; 1911. : r J. FITZ-GERALD, 11 417 Returning Officer. SELWYN ELECTORAL DISTRICT. PTI HE following Candidates have been JL duly Nominated for the Selwyn Electorate:— . DICKIE, W TILLIAM JAMES HARDY, CHARLES ALBERT OREERY A POLL for the return of ONE of the,above Candidates will be taken on THURSDAY, the 7th day of December, 1911," between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The following are;.the,Polling Places for the Electoral District of Selwyn: 1. Tawera County Council Chambers, Springfield (princ...

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

ELECTION NOTICES. i-— ■ — ASHBURTON ELECTORATE. M R + W- NOSWORTHY will Address the JLleetors of Ashburton at— Hinds School, on TUESDAY, Nov. -28th, at ■ 8-p.m.- Lowcliffe School, on WEDNESDAY, November 29th, at 6.30 p.m. Longbeaeli Homestead, on WEDNESJJAI, jNovember. 29th, at 8.30 p.m. Arundel Hall, on FRIDAY, December Ist, at 6.30 p.m. Baling School, on FRIDAY, December Ist, at 8.30 p.m. Mayfield. Hall, on SATURDAY, Deoi : ' ember 2nd, at 6.30 p.m. Lismore School, on SATURDAY, December 2nd, a> &30 p.m. v 11397 ASHBURTON ELECTORATE. MR JOHN KENNEDY (Liberal Candidate), will Address the Electors as under:— . Willowby, School—-MONDAY,-- November 27, at 6.30 p.m. Eiffelton, SchooI—MONDAY, November 27, at 8.30 p.m. Other pent-res will be advertised as arranged.. 11 285 ASHBURTON ELECTORATE. MR W. S/MSLIN wiU Address the Electors as follows r-^—' Theatre Royal, Ashburton-—MONDAY, 27th, November. , Oddfellows' Hall, TinwaId—TUESDAY, 28th November. : All Meeting at...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

BUSINESS NOTICES. Jewellery At Jewellery | Watches ALLEN'S Watches Gifts STOCKTAKING SALE Gifts Jewellery ALL ' Jewellery j i Watches Less 3s off every Watches Gifts, 20s Gifts Jewellery Less 6s off every Jewellery Watches 40s Watches Gifts • Loss 9s off every Gifts Jewellery GOs Jewellery Watches ALL Watches Gifts ' GOODS MARKED Gifts " Jewellery In Jewellery Watches PLAIN FIGURES. Watches Gifts ALL Gifts Jewellery WHO want Jewellery Watches articles obtainable Watches Gifts at a Jeweller's will Gifts- Jewellery iind Jewellery Watches IT PAYS .Watches Gifts to,' enquire at Gifts ■ Jewellery ALLEN'S, Jewellery Watches Burnett Street. Watches. Gifts Gifts Razor Week at Percy's. i ■ ■ • TT)ERCY being concider&bly over-, -*- stocked m. his guaranteed 8/6 line of Razors-just now, will, with each Razor Sold; give m a good effective Strop. Do not forgot that these Razors are guaranteed, and the Strop is given i»- For a short time only, at- ■-. PERCY'S. Write for c...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Til is morning the workmen made a start on the additions to the Bowling Club's pavilion. A room is to bo lidded tor tho use of tho ladies, and when it is completed it will not only add to the value of the Club's property, but should contribute something to the good appearance of what is already one of the most . attractive places m the whole Domain. On Saturday night a largo number -of residents jnet at the Tinwald Station to bid farewell to Mr B. R. Chiniiery, of the local railway staff, who has been transferred to Christchurch. Many of the gentlemen present espressed their keen regret that such a capable and obliging official was leaving the district, and wished him every success m his new sphere. Mr Hopwood, on behalf of the residents of the district, presented Mr Chinnery with a Gladstone bag, a set. of military brushes and razors, all" suitably inscribed. Mr Chinnery very feelingly responded. Mr E. A. Mooney, of the Traffic Manager's OftiGe, Chri...

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

PERSONAL. The Prime Minister left Auckland yesterday afternoon for New Plymouth by the Rarawa (says a; Press Association telegram- The Prime .Minister will speak at Dannevirke on Tuesday evening, and on Wdenesday he will return to Wellington, stopping over at Shannon to open "the, new post office. J The Marquis of, Tweeddale, .whose death is announced-by cable from London, was the tenth of his line and was born m 1826. He held appointments m the Indian Civil Service from 1845 to 1862, and afterwards sat m the House of Commons. He owned about 40,000 acres. The family name is Hay. A Sydney cable message announces the death of Mr John Gordon, > the well-known theatrical, scenic .artiste -„■■ His Lordship Bishop Grimes passed through Ashburton by the first express from the south this afternoon. i The.Rev. J. Knowles Smith was a for the north by the first express this afternoon. " Captain Nicholl left for Timaru by this afternoon's express for the pur...

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TINWALD TOWN BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

TINWALD TOWN BOARD. The monthly meeting of the Tinwald Town Board was held on Saturday afternoon. Present:' C. Doherty (chairman), J Hampton, J. Haseltine, and T. E. Tarbo'ttori. Ah apology was received for-^he absence of Mr Mills-, champ. ' ...''.'.■■., ■■,-". .':< ■' •■ The .Tinwald Swimming Club wrote asking the Board to have the bath completed as early as possible; also forwarding proposals as to the hours for bathing and other matters. _„ The bathing hours suggested . by>th©; club were as follows: — Ladies: Mondays, 2to 3.30 p.m., and sto 8 p.m.; Tuesdays, 2 to : 3.30 p.m.; Wednesdays,; 2 to 4.30 p.m.; Thursdays, 2; to 3.30 p.m.; Fridays 2 to 4.30 p.m.; Saturdays 10 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. Gentlemen: week-days, any time between 6: aim. and 8 p.m. not set apart for, ladies; Sundays, 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.. It was resolved to inform the- club ;that the work of completing the bath »was being pushed on as speedily as J possible. The hours proposed for bathin...

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

"Only those who have suffered can realise the excruciating pain,' the long weary days, 'and-1 the longer and more weary nights, endured by those .afflicted by Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago. Bheumo seldom f*"s + J: cure these diseases, for it esP^i 'a cause excess uric acid m th? +* IV?A 2s 6d and 4s 6d *t all chemists ami stores. ■ . ■ lut „ A settler at Sentry Hilll lost a. buH attached to the animal-

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THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

THE WEATHER Pi ™S 7 mormng the weather was HH^htlT ill IT and the s»» slloM wHr^n +1 ? Oming- At about ,3 o clock m tho afternoon the sky be=^%?€^" ouu, tne weather was again warm. "c'l';Utl "a;> Mr Bates's forerasf f^ + follows -Norther^ SaEt^ W, S P?Vaill^ .««* freshening at tames. Expect h [lZ y, llliae ttled and cloudy weather, at times. Glass fall

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

NOMINATIONS. William Stephen Maslin has been nominated as a candidate for the Ashburton seat by the following:—F. S. Shearer (coachbuilder, Tinwald), Ephraim Griffiths (farmer, Hilton), Sylvia ! I army Williams (Cass Street, Ashburton), John Thomas Maltby Priest (Grey Street, Ashburton). . ...-,.,. .. ....... John McLachlah has been nominated for the same seat. His nominators were:—Donald Mackintosh (labourer, Cox Street, Ashburton), Robt. Macdonald (coachbuilder, Victoria Street," Ashburton), Matthew Ashton (farmer, Wills Street, Ashburton), Henry' Davis (retired, Ashburton), Mrs Mary Smith (matron, Cox Street, Ashburton), Miss Lilian Richmond Goodsir (Ashburton), George Tilson (farmer, Hinds), Mrs Mary Eliza Montgomery (Baling), Joseph Geo. Barry (dairy-farmer, Clandeboye), Patrick Mitten (farmer, Waiapi), and Mrs Mabel Mitten (Waiapi). For the Selwyn electorate Messrs W. J. Dickie and C, A. C. Hardy have been nominated. Messrs A. M. Myers and Arthur Witty have been n...

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ELECTED UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

ELECTED UNOPPOSED. WELLINGTON, November 27. Sir Jas. Carroll has bee* elected unopposed for Gisborne. # This is the first election m the Dominion for many years that has gone by default.

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DIVIDING MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

DIVIDING MOROCCO. THE PREDATORY POWERS SECRET •ARTICLES PUBLISHED Per Press Association —Copyright LONDON, November 25. The secret articles attached -to the Declaration of 1904 have been published simultaneously in^ London and Paris. One article defines the territory allotted to Spain m the event of the breaking up of the Moroccan Empire. The article ensures that whatever other changes occur the three articles,of the Declaration.'providing for equal treatment of cables, neutrality of the Suez Canal and free passage through the Straits of Gibraltar shall remain unaltered. The assignment to Spain of the coastline of Melilla as far as but not including the heights on the right bank of the Sebu is dependent upon her adhesion to the first and third articles just mentioned, and her promise not to alienate any districts under her charge. The secret treaty also shows that Britain and France agreed not to alter the political status of Egypt and Morocco, but if circumstances compelled, any ch...

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BOLD STREET ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

BOLD STREET ROBBERY. POSTAL VAN ROBBED. Per Press Association-r-Copyright. (Received .November 2?i 8.5 a^m.) BERLIN, November 26. Over 400,000 marks, largely m cash and weighing, a hundredweight, were abstracted ; ,from ■ a postal van m a crowded street m four ■ minutes. The thieves escaped. The van driver was arrested. The police afterwards arrested a man named Cavello m the streets, carrying a sack'r.of money-orders. They searched Cavello's rooms and fotind practically all the cash. It is believed he burned securities .valued' at 100,000 marks.

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FAMINE IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

FAMINE IN RUSSIA. PEASANTS FLOCK INTO TOWNS. Per Press Association —Copyright. (Received November 27, 8.5 a.m.) ST. PETERSBURG, November 26. The peasants of Orenberg and Turgaij where the scenes of the 1891 famine are being repeated, are flocking into the towns and asking for special services and the administration of the last communion, m order that they may be prepared for death. The Orenberg crop is 86 per cent below the average.

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GERMAN NAVAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

GERMAN NAVAL POLICY. MORE BATTLESHIPS TO BE BUILT. Per Press Association —Copyright. (Received November 27, 8.5 a.m.) BERLIN, November.26. <.-.The " Kielen Neusten Nachrichten " states that the extra naval programme, costing £17,500,000, will be spread over seven years.. It will inchiHe one battleship and two armoured cruisers: yearly, instead of one cruiser, as originally provided.

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A PRISON FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

A PRISON FARM. NEW REFORMATORY SCHEME TE; AWAMTJTU, November 24. The foundation stone ,of a prison reformatory form . at Waikeria, just within the King Country border, and about ten miles from here, was laid by the Minister of Justice (Hon. Sir John Pindlay) to-day. The farm consists of about 1500 acres, being part of a block of over 6000 acres recently acquired by the Government. The balance is to be devoted to a mental hospital. The reformatory is to be used principally for male prisoners under thirty years of age, and the indeterminate sentence system will be adopted. For the present the institution .will be made to accommodate about 200 ? men, but the buildings may bo added to as--required, and the. maximum number of inmates is . expected to be 300 or 350. A small building, sufficient to, accommodate about 20 men, has already been erected, and 'they '< will be sent there m a few,days. The land is m its' unimproved state, and the aim of the 1 scheme is not only to refo...

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IMPERIALISTS DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

IMPERIALISTS DEFEATED. Per Press Association—Copyright PEKIN, November 26. The Imperialists were unsuccessful m their attempt to cross the river at Hankau, and -were, repulsed with heavy losses after thirty-six hours' fighting.

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STORIES OF BARBARITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 November 1911

STORIES OF BARBARITIES. : VANCOUVER, November-25. Arrivals from China relate horrible barbarities m connection with the revolution. Coolies caught looting at Hankau were tied together and thrown into burning buildings. Others were tied to long bamboo poles, driven into the river and shot dead.

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