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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES. BURGESS'S BOOT SALE .- . ■ ■ v . ■ - • NOW ON. NEVER has the Public of Ashburton had the opportunity of Purchas GOOD , SOLID ( MEN'S AND WOMEN'S ! BOOTS I . /AND SHOES In /the Latest Shapes, at such a I LOW PRICE As I am now offering to you. i -,- I±_ l I guarantee no Cardboard or Brown I Paper in throe Goods, and No Ole ! Sock. | Goods Displayed Outside of Shop. i , Take a Walk along, &lt;it will Pay You F. BURGESS, 1 ' ' ' BURNETT STREET, (Opposite &quot;Guardian&quot; Office). THE NOTED SHdp FOR REPAIRS 1 615 WHY IT IS PROFITABLE TO INSTAL THE JORDAN SYSTEM OF HOT WATER SERVICE. BECAUSE you are always assured of a plentiful supply of hot water quickly. The boiler is similar to those used on the Railway and other engines, and being made of brass gun metal will not rust out the galvanised cylinders, which so often happens with the cast iron boilers. The life of the Jordan Boiler is&quot; considerably longer than any other. Can be fi...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT NATIONAL PROVIDENT FUND. j LIBERAL BENEFITS IN MATERNITY. WIDOWHOOD. ORPHANAGE, INCAPACITY. AND OLD AGE. LOW CONTRIBUTION. NO &quot;MEDICAL .INSPECTION. EASY TO JOIN. RETURN OF CONTRIBUTIONS ON LEAVING. Full information obtainable from tht Official Representatives; Mr J. J. O'Gor man, at the Post Office Counter, during the week, betwen 7 and 8 every' even ing. Correspondence invited. ROBERT E. HAVES, Superintendent. 2 359 . , Wellington DANCING and Depoi-tment.—Fanel Dancing.—SlßS CURTIS resume Classes for above at the Masonic Hall on SATURDAY, 7th March. Children—Saturday Afternoon, at ! o'clock ; Adults—Evening Classes .Form ing; also, Classes for Girls Only. ■' Terms in Advance, 15s per Term. At Home—Peter Street West, Ash burton. 2 37&lt; BUSINESS NOTICES. ESTABLISHED 1885. To Farmers and Others ;about to Build WE are prepared to submit Plan and Estimates for all Classes o Work. Town or Country. Good Workmanship. Charges Mod...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. IS MAJESTY'S. THEATRE HAYWARD'S PICTURES. AT 8. TO-NIGHT. AT 8 Change of Programme To-night. Lubin's Magnificent Sensational Drama. • A Groat 3000 Feet Detective Story. &quot; PARTNERS IN CRIME.&quot; &quot; PARTNERS IN CRIME.'' &quot;PARTNERS IN CRIME.&quot; Synopsis: Partners in Crime—Detective on th&lt; Trail—Tracking the Gang—Thrilling Fight with Thieves —Flight of Villaii —Exciting Capture—Villainy Van quished—Virtue Victorious. &quot; Rose Carnival in Christoliurch.&quot; &quot; A Doll for Baby.'&quot; (Cowboy's mad gallop to save a Child' Life.) &quot; Beauty in a Sea-Shell.&quot; &quot; Fickle Freak.&quot; &quot;Too Much of .i Good, Thing.&quot; &quot; The Somnambulist.' • &quot; Ga union t Graphic.&quot; Dress Circle and Stalls Is; Bad Stalls 6d. - ■ 2 38i TENDERS. TENDERS WANTED*: mENDERS wanted for...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
WANTED. WANTED. STUBBLE or OTHER FEED foi TWO WEEK'S GRAZING&quot; for 1500 SHEEP. N.Z. FARMERS' COOP., 2 372 Auctioneer's. WANTED, by young man, work n garden, and would look aftei motor car.—Apply &quot;D.C.&quot; &quot;Guardian' Office. • • , .2 36t SPRING Flowering Bulbs.—Marcr and April are ihe best month; &quot;for planting. Any variety 'supplied ai Thomas' Bros/ WANTED Known—Strange's ,an offering Ladies' Dust-Coats at 4; lid each. Costumes at 7s lid each. ALL I'a-.LiM-Ms Sizes at Scott's am Hepburn's flanges in stock. Spe cial Discounts making it possibL to purchase imm us at a lower rati than yoii could-in Cl'.ristchurch. We als&lt; pay rail and delivery charges.—Jo hi On- and ([-p., Ka&gt;,t Street. 1 7&lt; '_i--j MITCHELL' smd Turner are Clear ing ail ■bummer Millinery a Half-Price. , 101 A NICE Silver Mounted Pipe fr&lt;,n 2s Cd would make a suitabl Xraas Gift. Porey has the Best Selec tion. mEA.—Tea...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
WANTED. T¥7ANTED-Sewing by the day.— T-T Apply by letter to &quot;Expenertced,&quot; &quot;Guardian&quot; Office. 2 378 WANTED KnoT7n.-r-Furtlior attractive Bargains in all Departments at Strange's Sale. Everything substantially reduced. l 2 383- GREEN , Fireproof Enamelware.— . Saucepans, etc., very durable'and better than the , ordinary Enamelware. —At John Orr and &quot;Co.'s Enst Street Store. . 1 ?e &quot;TRIUMPHS&quot; ?COOP THE POOL . IN THREE DAYS' TRIALS. .P.ivate Owner's Class—lst and 2»d Trade Class—lst, 2nd, :and Aid. Teams Competition— Ist. Petrol Ccaipetition Test—lstl Against,27 riders of all th© Leading Makes of Motor Cycles. The above proves that the &quot;TRK UMPH&quot; is &quot;the&quot; Motor Cycle io* reliability and economy. D. H. EDGAR, * &lt; Ashburton; Bepresentative ADAMS A MDCO . &quot;'&quot; LTD., Christchurch.- ! &quot;OtOUSE . Bargain...
SUN BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
SUN BATHING. NEW BRIGHTON COMPLAINTS, A CLERGYMAN'S LETTER, (Per Press Association.) CHRISTOHURCH, February 25: &quot;The Rev. H. H. Mathias, vicar of New Brighton, writing in the February edition of the &quot;Brighton Church Record,&quot; makes reference to the death by drowning on January 27 of William George Morris, of Greymouth, and goes on to say:— . ' &quot;The element of danger is not the only drawback to our surf-bathing. To my' mind there is a worse one; the absence of any sense of modesty, and, I may add in some cases of decency, shown by a small section of the bathers. Surf-bathing in itself is a fine recrea-, tion, healthy for body and mind, and I see no harm in mixed bathing. The young men who batch down here are, as a whole, as well behaved and manly a lot of young fellows as one could meet anywhere, yet a few of those who bathe, both men and women, by their lack of costume and their conduct, I may almost describe it as rooting about in ...
OLD-AGE RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
OLD-AGE RELIEF. QUESTIONS AT THE HOSPITAL BOARD. CHRISTCHURCH, February 26, The fact that in the list of. cases in which relief was granted by the HospitaL and Charitable Aid Board, there wem 24 casos in which the necessity for relief being granted was stated to be &quot; old age,&quot;, caused Mr J. D. Hall to put several questions at the meeting of the Board yesterday. /.Mr Hall remarked on the large number receiving. relief from the cause mentioned,, and. said that, it was reniarkablo, seeing that old ago- pensions were provided by the State. The chairman (Mr F. Horrell) said that, in some cases, the recipients had not qualified for the pension, and in others it was found necessary to supplement the pension. Mr Hall asked if it would be possible to have some information regarding these oases placed before the Board at its next meeting. The secretary said that could. be done. He citad two or three instances. In one case, a man, his pension was supplemented in order...
THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
THE CITY. CHRISTCHURCH DAY BY DAY. During January 169 operations were performed in the dental department of the Christchurch Hospital, and—the total number of. attendances was 212. There were 43 new patients. Although the commodious Government buildings ,in •. Worcester Street have been finished and in use f oiv a considerable'period, the offices are by no means fully occupied, and many Christchurch offices of Government departments are still scattered about the city. At the Magistrate's Court yesterday morning, before Mr T. A. B. Bailey, S.M., Cla'udo Lewis pleaded not guilty to charges of riding a motor-cycle without horn or bell, without a silencer on the machine, and for riding it without a driver's certificate. On the latter two charges a fine of 10s and costs was imposed. Minor alterations at the railway station are approaching completion. Since tho traffic manager and staff shifted to their new quarters the public telegraph office has been removed to the bookstall, and the st...
BOY IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
BOY IMMIGRANTS. TERMS OF AGREEMENT OF FARM LADS. ATTITUDE OF FARMERS' UNION (Per Press Association.) CHRISTCHURCH, February 26. At yesterday's meeting of the Farmers' Union, a letter was received from Mr W. Moisey, stating that he- would move the following resolution regarding boy immigrants: — &quot; That this meeting of the Provincial Executive and members of the New Zealand Farmers' Union regrets the non-effect of their resolution sent to the Minister for Immigration in November last regarding boy immigrants', and respectfully requests the Government not to bring out any more farm lads without their being made fully acquainted before leaving their homes with the terms of tho arrangement they are called upon to enter into before their arrival in this Dominion.&quot; Mr Moisey was not present to move his -motion. Mr G. Slieat said that it was 'b&lt;&gt; neath the dignity of the Union to take any notice of the rumours published in the &quot; L...
BANK CLERKS AND MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
BANK CLERKS AND MATRIMONY. &quot;MORE GENEROUS INCREASES&quot; OF PAY THIS YEAR. Bank clerks, whose patrimonial prospects have hitherto ' been somewhat slender, may be able to marry a little earlier in future (says a London correspondent). They are—some of them —about to receive increases of salary on a more generous scale than usual. Most banks, it should be explained, make it a rule that a clerk must nq^, marry on a l^wer salary than £150 a year. The result, it is said, is that at the age of 30 many find they have i. reached the portals of the marriage market. Details of ■ the new annual revisions are not available at present, but ti:i authorities in several of the chief banks are not discouraging the expectation that the increments are to be bigger this year, than in the past. Although consideration of the increased cost of living is'not the ruling factor in these revisions, there appears to be little doubt that it has had its weight in the discussions of director...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
_•-•■■: . - BUSINESS NOTICES. ~~~&quot;~~&quot;~&quot;~~ THE &quot;HOW&quot; &amp; THE &quot;WHERE&quot; l~ ~~ HOW ! nL wntiw. WHERE , OF 111-I*l-f MOTOR CAR &amp; CYCLE ? ; TROUBLES. - -::■ ■::-7| i Xriowing just &quot;how ''and &quot; where&quot; in effecting motor, car or cycle repairs makes all the difference when tlis account comes in. Inexpert tinkering does more harm than good, and adds to the account in'&quot;a most distressing manner. ' The latest motor owner of times finds himself in a corner, and needs the advice of an expert. Generally speaking* and apart from simple adjustments, faults, and overhaulings should be the work of an Expert Motor Engineer. He knows the &quot;how&quot; and&quot;where,&quot; and his charges are j oased upon rapid execution of the necessary work. I t!AS. E. RULE is an Expert Motor Engineer, and employs only expe...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
DONE SO QUIETLY. ■ . - i! —^. : ■ .&quot;. .;, , ;■.: ■ p ', ■ .■'■■ . ' It comes like a ray of sunshine. I Makes the/old follts happy. Make the young folks joyful. Takes the load off the back. It's all done so quietly. No fuss about it. What is it ? Why, Doan's 1 Backache Kidney Pills. The little kidney wonder-workers. What will they do ? Read what;this woman says:.—;' Mrs Win. Harper, Makikihi, near Timaru, says:—''lt gives me great pleasure to &lt; publicly testify ,to the merits of iJoan's Backache Kidney Pills. For a long my husband suffered terribly with his kidneys, and, las a result, was troubled a lot with severe pains in his back, urinary disorder, dizzy attacks, and restless nights. You will see by the symptoms that he was far from well, but until he got Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, nothing He took did him the .least bit of good. This remedy, however, gave him relief almost immediately, and six bottles re-( stored him to- perfect health. It is nine months...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
A reference by Dr. Femvick at the meeting of: the Hospital Board yesterday to the fact that.he and some other members of i the medical profession in Christchurch submitted to the late Mr Sfeddon a Bill dealing with the treatment of persons suffering from syphilis drew from Mr W. H. Cooper: &quot;Mr Seddon is not here to-day; fortunately he is with the angels!&quot; TO DO OTHERS GOOD. &quot;I have been living in South West; Queensland for 13 years,&quot; writes Mr J. R. Tindale, editor of the Cunnamulla &quot;Watchman.&quot; During that time I have been subject to attacks of Diarrhoea and have always found Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to j quickly relieve me. I can recommend it to anyone suffering from that complaint. You may use this letter as you see fit for it is written to do others good. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
■USINESS NOTICES^ , BALLANTYNES Are now opening their NEW GOODS For Autumn &amp; Winter Wear Write us your requirements. ORDERS BY POST receive Prompt , , and Careful Attention. PATTERNS of the NEW MATERIALS ;.. for Dresses, Blouses, etc., sent Post Free on request. ... . , • ? &quot; We pay postage on all Drapery and - ; j Dress, and allow a Discount of 1/- j. off every £ for Cash. ... | BALLANTYNES Christchurch : : , | &quot;tTthreshimg mill own iRS: f The undersigned has a full stock, of all your requirements, including— Perforated Zinc, all'sizes (very heavy) Packing in Genuine Tuck's, Iminitatiori Tuck's, Asbestos round, Yarn .&lt; and Sheet. ' Hemp. Chalk, etc. . ' f Marhine Oils, in 4-gallon Tine, at 3/6 gallon. - Castor Oil, in 5-gallon Drums Copper Rivets, in all sizes. Gauge Glasses and Washers. ENGINEER'S TOOLS IN ENDLESS VARIETY. CHAFF CUTTER OWNERS will find that I am in a position to supply everything they require. I specialize in all ki...
THE OLYMPIC GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
THE OLYMPIC GAMES. WHAT IS NEW ZEALAND DOING? (Per Press Association—Copyright.) (Received February 26, 9.15 a.m.) SYDNEY, February,26. | Mr Hill has written tq Mr Guise, secretary of the. New Zealand Olympic Council, asking what is being done in the Dominion regarding a team for Berlin. The question or the Antipodes being represented in yachting and tugbf-war is receiving consideration. There are plenty of good men to handle a yacht, biit.the difficulty of transporting the craft through the tropics is the drawback.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN TEAM. Match Against Wanganui. ' (Per Press Association.) i , WANGANUI, February 25. The Australian-- touring team concluded they.match with Wanganui today, a draw resulting.^- : The following , are the scores :— , Wanganui. First Innings Orton, lbw, b ColliniS f ...... ... 27 H. B. Cave, b Mailey ... ... ... 17 Hussey, c Mailey, b Ransford ... 8 Butterworth, c Trumper, b Ransford ... .... ..! . 2 Holland, c Collins, b Ransford ... '&lt; Sanders, c Mailey, b Ransford ... 8 Bernau, c and b Ransford ... ... 3 Furrie, b Noble. ... ] Tracey, lbw, b Collins ...... ... 0 Murchie, b Ransford ... ( Brown, not out...' ... ... ... ... 2 Extras /••• ... ... ... ... li Total ... .... ... 104 Bowling Analysis.—Ransford, six wickets for 22 runs; Collins, two for 27; Mailey, one for 12; Noble, one for 20; Armstrong, none for 6 ; Cody, none for 6. Australia. First Innings. Layer, b Holland ... ... 14 McGregor, b Holland .... ...... 0 Dolling, run out ... ... ... ... 1 Tr...
ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
ENTERTAINMENTS. HAY WARD'S PICTURES. &quot;Partners in Crime&quot; will be the star film in the change of programme at His Majesty's Theatre this evening, and it is described as a magnificent sensational drama. The actual partners in the crime .are too prominent citizens, who do not betray the slightest outward evidence of'the part they play in the depredations of a dangerous gang of motor-boat bandits, who terrorise the inhabitants of a wealthy suburb' in which they operate. The picture is strongly supported by* a comprehensive programme of educational, comic, and other interesting films, including &quot;The Rose Carnival at Christchurch&quot;—a topical scenic?.
MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1914
MEETING. 1.0. G.T. The usual weekly meeting of the Star of the East [.'O.G.T. was held in Victoria Hall last evening. Bro. A. Moore, C.T., presiding over' a good attendance. One member-, was re-admitted to the order, and the evening took the form of an open social, various members contributing musical and vocalj items. Supper, provided by the sister's, was afterwards handed round, and an enjoyable evening . terminated by the' singing of &quot; Auld Lang Syne.&quot;