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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
}[■■[■ ■ .'. &lt; ■ r.--: '- ■ ..■■■.';, ■/■;■ zv 1-.-;;]---'' . ■■■■■.;. ■■.BUSINESS NOTICES? ; VjV^vH^^V;' ' '^' ■'■'. , ■;/,'■' ; Before . . . ■■■,■;: .: '-J. .-'z'-'z i-'z&quot;-^ ■ .■•:•■. -;: ■''■&quot;'•/: :---zi^H'3 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2SBth, r 1 ; .'■ ';■ ■ ;■'■' ■ ■'' ■' ■■■'■'■■v,::':''::-:.- ■ '-':'.;-' . The ■::&quot;■■ y .'■?.■'..: ■ ;;-^.;.'v:&quot;^:-V^:v:^:;K':^^;^.:f ■■■ ''; ,/ &quot;' ■..'.' ; '■'. -' ,■ ■&gt;■ ■ -■'.V&quot;:-^ ■ • ■ ..&quot;'■.; ■;&quot;;''-''. ,-' : ,; )■ ■&quot;■;^:^'.:'■■ ■:■-■- z : ':'(:&gt;i :-^^sM^s • ■ ■'.' ''■■■•.■■■■&quot; ■■■- -;:- . .....;;'. .■'.' V.&quot; ;--^:- We aim at making- a COMPLETE .r-',' ;.;;;:&gt;: C;v^=! !^v&quot; : :'K;::--.--,^^- u^?S^ A&quot; ; ■ ''■■■■'■' ■■■;■' • ■&quot;■ : ' :. ■ ; ' CLEARANCE;, of all; SEASON- A ■■-■';,■■■■■ = .■ : '■■■'-?.;:y''&quot;: :■ ;:^--X^i ...
U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
U.A.O.D. The quarterly meeting of the Star of Ashburton Lodge of Druids was held in the Masonic Hall on Monday evening. There was a good attendance of members, and A.D., Bro. M. Morcan, presided. The visiting bards ' reported on a small sick list, and pay dues were passed, as were also all quarterly accounts. One member was &quot;received on clearance, and one candidate proposed for membership. P.D.P. Bro. Steel was appointed the lodge s representative to attend a complimentary banquet 1 at Timaru. The McPherson Benefit Fund Committee presented their report and balance-sheet in connection with the fund, as follows:—Receipts: Proceeds of appeal to other Druids' lodges £60 14s, net proceeds of concert and picture show £32 10s Cd, donations £19 10s, interest 14s 2d; a total of £113 8s Bd. Expenditure^—Stamps, exchanges, etc., £2 9s 6d, leaving a balance of £110 19s 2d. From the latter, £100 had been paid off the mortgage, and the balance (£lO 19s 2d) had been absorbed in legal ...
ASHBURTON CATHOLIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
ASHBURTON CATHOLIC CLUB. The weekly meeting of the Ashburton Catholic Young Men's Club was held last evening. There was a good attendance of members, and Mr D. Mc- Donnell occupied the chair. The evening was devoted to impromptu speeches on the political situation. Some good arguments, for and against, were used, and the evening's. instruction was appreciated by those present. One new member was nominated.
HINDS ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
HINDS ATHLETIC CLUB. At a meeting of the committee of the Hinds Athletic Club Mr T. L. Gibbs was appointed assistant secretary. It was also decided to hold a dance in the hall on the night of the sports meeting, and arrangements are being made for catering and music by; a committee. Messrs^ J; Cook and Mc- Dowell were appointed to supervise the preparation of the grounds.
KIKUYU TROUBPE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
KIKUYU TROUBPE. WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT. Kikuyu ! It sounds like the name of a patent medicine or a music-hall revue. You can picture it in huge block letters on the hoardings, arresting attention, exciting inquisitveness, and demanding explanation. In point of fact, it is neither. Kikuyu is a small' town in British East Africa, a little to the south of the equator, and to the east of Victoria. Nyanza. Kikuyu promises to be an epoch-making name. The Anglican Church of Great Britain is said to be riven to its foundations because of a missionary conference which was held at Kikuyu last June. In that/remote settlement, in daily contact with tens of thousands', of black Pagans, the.true spirit of Christianity moved the Protestant missionaries to the creation of a &quot;native church,&quot; which would never be puzzled by the schisms of Protestantism. The Mahommedan priests, the Roman Catholic clergy, have kept separate from the, Protestant, missionaries since Kikuyu was fir...
WATER-RACE FORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
WATER-RACE FORDS. CONFERENCE OF LOCAL BODIES IN NORTH CANTERBURY. Yesterday morning a conference of local bodies convened by the Waimakanri-Ashley Water Supply Board was held at the Rangiora County Council office to 1 consider the question of substituting concrete culverts for fords,&quot; over the water-races oil the roads in the different counties (says the &quot;Lyttelton Times&quot;). There were present Messrs M. J. Dixon, D. (I. Matheson and J. McCormack (secretary) representing the Water Board; Mr F. Horrell, Rangiora County Council; Messrs H. J. Horrell and R. O. Dixon, Eyre County Council, and Messrs H. T. Cooper, A. Meyers, J. McCormack and H Gainsword, Oxford County Council. Mr M. J.&quot; Dixon/who presided, said the question they had met to discuss was of great importance, not only to their own districts, but to the whole of Canterbury. The advent of the motorcars had made the water-race fords a prominent question. The maintenance of the f...
HORTICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
HORTICULTURE. REGISTERING NEW FRUITS AND FLOWERS. (Per Press Association.) AUCKLAND, February 24 An interesting subject was mooted) by v Mr T. W. Kirk, the director of the Orchards Division of the Department of Agriculture, in the course of a discussion at the Nurserymen's Conference, on the desirability of certificating] boards. &quot; Why should not your society i promote a Horticulture Industries Bill,&quot; he asked, &quot;so .that all new fruits and flowers could be registered and you could have the sole right of propagating them for a period of five| years?&quot; The secretary of the Association, Mr G. A. Green, informed Mr Kirk that the opinion of a well-known patent firm had already been taken on the subject, and it had advised them that under the existing Patent Acts there was no reason why new varieties of flowers and fruits should not be registered in Australia and New Zealand. Mr Kirk replied that he was not a lawyer, but he did not think ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES. ITS AGREED ! /wMlmr^ THERE IS' AN ABUNDANCE OF PARCAINB^SmJKSAT HEFFORD'S SUMMER SALE. I/IP'/P^ Everybody # has some difference of opinion on almost every question. But every man and woman who has visited HEFFORD'S SALE is agreed that here are offered .-., BIGGER BARGAINS •t ■ . than ever before. v Wearables, and Drapery of every description, are here at absurdly low prices. If you haven't secured YOUR ™ g^J minute, but speed away to HEF*UKI&gt; b and nave a look round. ' If you are thrifty, you cannot ignore the great saving opportunity now held out to you. §Come quickly ! G. HEFFORD■'&amp; CO., THE CORNER - . . ASHBURTON. EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN BOOTS. BEFORE YOU DECIDE ON YOUR NEXT PAIR OF BOOTS, Oil SHOES, CALL AND SEE THE SPECIAL -VALUE WE OFFER. m&amp;'t%r ' -^^.i^L,,! -rri . Ladies' Shoes, very smart, 10/9. Ladies' Boots and Shoes, only 8/- pair. Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes, .very'smart,-- JNow 16/6, 17/6, 18/6. Men's Boots, splendid va...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES. nrr A'-ri ir I |— I Z_ I p^ I ■ ■ »/ i i Ik./ I CORSETS THAT HELP ! The corset plays an important part i in feminine attire. A good corset can R help in more ways than one. It helps I the dress by giving it a graceful and ■ [ j fashionable mould, and it helps the I i wearer by affording a welcome support H !! to the figure. &quot; ' / i I We specially recommend •;j!^ii&amp;. ■•■ ■' I TV Pr? A rORQFT^ 1 I because they meet all the requirements , ■ ■ 1 f of fashion, comfort and health. What-]&quot; ' ...&quot;..- | | ever the figure may be there is a j , fi | ' &quot;D.&amp; A. model that will just suit it. J I P . These are some of the most popular models. &quot;'- / B | Xo. 216 No. 316 No, 620 No. 516 No. 540 .. No. 550 No. 612. 1 1.7/6 8/6 . 9/6 12/6 12/6 15/6 -25/- I I When ordering by Post be sure to state size required. ; 1 EPHEMERI3. ; SUN. Rises. Sets. February 25 ... 5.36 •.'.. 6.50 February 26 5.38 ....
A WORD FOR CANADA [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
A WORD FOR CANADA BRITISH INVESTOR'S BLUNDER. Dr. Chappie, M.P. (late of, Wellington, New • Zealand) who has seen a good deal of Canada, during the last few years, and had investments in British Columbia, writes to the .London /'Times&quot; Avarmly upbraiding the British investor for his well-known preference for foreign as against &quot;British oversea investments. ■ Dr. Chappie says:— ' . *' It is the fashion just now for British investors to give Canada a kick and pass on in search of foreign fields. This appears to mo to be umvise and unjust. An investment under the flag is an in-' vestment' in the flag, and other things being ooual British investments should go to our Dominions. In my opinion things are quko unequaj, with very distinct and substantial advantages within ;the Empire. Canada needs money, and needs it in increasing quantities. She must hare it if development is to go on. But she can pay for it. She can pay more than any other country under the fla&a...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
Mr. &quot;Wicks (moneylender)—&quot; Because T knew your father so well I am only charging you 15 per cent.&quot; Mr Brown —«■&quot; T'm glad you didn't know my grandfather, too?&quot; LAND AND GENERAL. THE BEST AT ANY PRICE. TWMXY a Bottle of TQTTY'S-LIVER TONIC. AND GET THE.BEST. The Price is nothing compared with 'the comfort you get in improved health. 2s 8d a Bottle, from R. TOTTY, BURNETT STREET. SWAT THAT FLY, RID your HOUSE or SHOP of these PESTS..: .- ■ HOW? By buying a PATENT FLY TRAP. It not only; CATCHES the FLIES, but also Destroys any GERMS attached to diem; it's EVERLASTING, no TROUBLE to use, and EFFECTIVE. . PRICE 2/3. Ask PRIEST, the Sole Agent for Aahburton, o show you one. PRIEST, THE CYCLE MAN, TRIANGLE. ' FOR SALE. Nearly New- Dwelling House, of 6 •rooms, bathroom, pan try, washhouse, ■etc., together with -J-acre, very conveni&lt;&lt;»ntlv situated, near N.E. Belt. Healthy . I'jfJilitv. Term?. '56 Acres, f...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
NATIONAL MORTGAGE ft A. CO. jy ETH YE N ;■•' SAL E. TO-MORROW. We will Sell at above fixture— 435 Ewes, 3-Brecl, 4, 6, and 8-Tooth 200 Ewes, 3-Bred, 2-Tootli • 300 Lambs, mixed sexes, forward con■.. dition. . &lt; ' 22 Head Steers and Heifers, Ito 2 years. -Further, Entries Invited. NATIONAL MORTGAGE &amp; AGENCY CO. OF N.Z., LTD., 2 343 Auctioneers. BLACKBRIDGE LAND SALE. NINE SPLENDID FARMS. RANGING FROM 77 TO 205 ACRES. SALE will take place in ■ FRIEDLANDER BROS.' LTD., BAZAAR, ASHBURTON, on SATURDAY, 28th FEBRUARY, At 2 p.m. Plans on application., NATIONAL MORTGAGE «fr AGENCY CO., OF N.Z., LTD., FRIEDLANDER, BROS., LIMITED, 2 382 Joint Auctioneers. LAND. LAND. iraTE have at present on our Register some of the finest propositions offering i in the County. i '■ ' . •' Those on the look-out for &quot;pastures new&quot; should not fail to give iis a-call before buying. ■ ' l Our Land Register is open for infection, and contains ,all classes of Propert...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
FRIEDLANDER BROS. LTD. ■IMPORTANT SALE AT METHVEN '. —on — TO-MORROW. In the Estate JOHN BAKER, deceased fIIHE undersigned have received in- X structions from the Executors in the abovenamed estate, to Sell by Public Auction at the METHVEN SALEYARDS (immediately after the Stock Sale). ; '&quot; &lt; , I.—FREEHOLD FARM, containing 336 Acres 3 Roods 20 Perches, situated about 5 miles from the Methven Township, subdivided into handy sized paddocks, having frontage on.the Mount Hutt Road. All in grass. 2.—TOWN SECTIONS, in the Methven Township, being Lots 13 and 22 on D.P. 428, fronting on the West Coast Road and McMillan Street, containing 2!Roods; also, Lots 9, 10, and 11, on D.P. 331, situated at the Corner of Barker's Road and Mackie Street, containing 3 Roods.^ 3.—56 Fully paid up-SHARES in the Methven ■ Saleyards Co., Ltd. These will be sold in lots of 8, Avith the option of the line. ' ■' -.-■• ■■'■■ TERMS:— ■. . ; FOR FARM—S per cent. deposit,,.s per cent, on po...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
LAND AND GENERAL. ■■■ JOSEPH FORD'S SCOUR AND LUNG-WORM MIXTURE. TESTIMONIALS. The New Zealand Farmers' Co-opera- 1 tive Association of Canterbury, ■ Limited. Christchurch, Aug. 25th, 1911. F. Ferriman, Esq., Ashburton. Re Ford's Scour and Lung-worm N Mixture. Referring to our recent conversation with reference to the above, I have very much pleasure in stating that this Association has handled the above preparation for upwards of twenty years,' and so far as I have been able to ascertain its effects have at all times been most satisfactory. Indeed I can conscientiously state that I have never, met a single complaint. Yours faithfully, (Sgd.) E. W. RELPH, Manager. Anaina, February ]]. 1914. F. Feminan, Esq., Ashburton. . • - i Dear Sir, —As you surmise, I; have had occasion to use FORD'S SCOUR and LUNG-WORM MIXTURE,- and can safely say with most satisfactory results. . ' ; ! I had 2500' lambs in rape and lost . some considerable number from scour. I took out just on 600 showing sign...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
LAND AND GENERAL. J. B. CHRISTIAN. WANTED TO LEASE for a Client for a term, with option of Purchase- Modern Dwelling of Six Booms, with Conveniences and about Kalf-an-Acre of Land; situated on Western side,of Line. . ' ' j J. B. CHRISTIAN,. ARCADE. FOR SALE. ' s-Acre Freehold, together with 4roomed Dwelling (built about 3' years), also a shed and other improvements. Owner will accept very low price, as he has decided to go in for a Farm. Corner Section within the Borough.l J-Acre. First-class building site. Prico £175. Also a large number, of Properties of all descriptions. Full particulars on application. , . „ ' , ,&quot;7 ' Rents and&quot; Interest collected-, Absentees represented. Agent for the London and 1 Midland Insurance Co., Ltd. JOHN S. YEOMAN, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. 9! Victoria Street (opposite Triangle), Ashburton. ; FOR SALE. 440 ACRES, 8 or 9 miles from Kaikoura, subdivided 8 paddocks, wellwatered and fenced; carries 2-£ sheep to acre all year; well g...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 25 February 1914
LAND AND GENERAL, NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO. OF N.Z., LTD. -- - GRAIN SEASON. --- We are in a position to handle Farmers' Produce of all ... descriptions, including WHEAT, OATS, RYECRASS, Etc., so that the highest possible Prices can be returned to the . . * Growers. . • WE HAVE IN STOCK AT OUR STOEES, ASHBURTON, METHYEN, and RAICAIA, Large Quantities of all Farmers' Requisites, including Corn sacks, Seaming Twine, Binder and Machine Oils, etc., etc r ADDINCTON STOCK MARKET. We have made special arrangements for the marketing of aJtr Stock sent to the above Sale. We solicit consignments. • CONSIGN:— NATIONAL MORTGAGE, ADDINGTON. National Mobtgag-e &amp; agency Co. of New Zealand, Ltd* ■ASHBTTRTPN. TWINE SEASON, 1913-19R &quot;ECLIPSE&quot; TWINS. 'I wish to advise my Clients that I have again been appointed Sole Agent for the Famous &quot; ECLIPSE &quot; TWINE, Farmers ! ! ! Yon will save Time and Money by usinf this High Grade Binding T...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
. BUSINESS NOTICES. ORAPERY DEPARTMENT. HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. CROCKERY DEPARTMENT. SALE EXTENDED — FOR — ONE WEEK. , i. Owing to harvest operations a large number of our clients have not been able to take full advantage of our ? Bargain Sale, and in deference to the wish of many we have. DECIDED TO EXTEND OUR SALE FOP, ONE WEEK. THIS SALE WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE ON ■ - ] FEBRUARY 28th. j j. ' ; ' i Our Bargains for the remaining days will be ' ' •. BIGGER, BRIGHTER AND BETTER ■■ ■■.„ .'j.;-/-.-'- ••;: Than-:eYer/ ; ■.., : - : :' ' ■ '...'■ ■ ■ ..'.■■'■ '.' c. - :-&lt;!* ■.'•',,' .' ' ' '•'. ,; '■ - &quot;■■. ■ • ' • ■. V . ■ ■ ■ ' / ■■■■'.■■ . ■ ' ' ■ ' Farmers' Co-op. ■ - ■ ■• .' ■;