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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
ANNOUNCEMENTS. BIRTH. MOOKE.—On April 3, at Methven, the wife of George Moore, of ' a daughter. PSGFESbIOfrAs, MR C. SPENCER COMPTON (Organist St. Stephen's, Ashhurton) PUPILS received for PTANOFORTE, ORGAN, and SINGING. VOICE PRODUCTION. Pupils will receive Lessons at St. 'Stephen's Kindergarten Schoolroom .(opposite Borough School) TERM COMMENCES from date of sFirst Lesson. ' - Address: Somerset Hotel, Asnbur-. &lt;&amp;on. ■ ■ ,•.;. ■■■. . &gt;^« H. GRESHAM, DENTIST. 100 Burnett Street. PR [ V ATE Residence. Cameron Street West. fiargery 'Phone, *141. Private Residence 'Phone 159. 4.LEWELLYN OWEN, A.Mus. L.C.M., A.Mus. M.I.C MUSIC in all its branches. Quarters start from any date. Railway concession to country pupils. MONEY. I HAVE the following pv.ms for immediate investment at Lowest Cm-rent Rates—£looo, £1000, £700, '€600, £400, £400, and £300. Q. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Burnett Street, Ashburton. E. N. T. REESE. DENTAL SURGEON. 100 Burnett Street. Hou...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
ACCOMMODATION. THE f^tOMMERCIAL HOTEL. V^OMMERCIAL HOTEL. East Street (opp. Railway Station). Is now- under the Management of MRS W. YOUNG (formerly of the Somerset Hotel), who is well-known m Ashburton for her careful (supervision and enterprise. MRS YOUNG begs to announce the TRAVELLING and GENERAL PUBLIC that she has&quot; made EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS to the COMMERCIAL HOTEL, and has had it RENOVATED THROUGHOUT, with a view to providing the MOST UP-TODATE ACCOMMODATION and Every Convenience for Patrons. - FORTY BEDROOMS are available for., cusnal Clients or' permanent Boarders. Terms (for ilie hit tor) by arrangement. HOT mid COLD BATHS, Shower Baths, sewer connections, etc. ELECTRIC LIGHT throughout the Hotel. The Dining-Room has been' transformed, and Customers can, rely on the very best of Meals, with Prompt Attention, at Moderate Prices. Two of ALGQCK'S BILLIARD TABLES are being installed, under the management of Mr James Smith', and the BILLIARD SALOON now bein« fitted...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
BUSINESS NOTICES. THE ARCADIA, (Oppovsite &quot;Guardian&quot; Office). Confectionery — We have just opened up a Large Assortment of Confectionery from the best English and Colonial Factories. Everything is pure, fresh, dainty to look at, and dainty to the taste, and our Prices are right. Fruit—, ( Special arrangements have been made for fresh supplies daily, of all Fruit in Season.- Our-Ice Cream Parlour has &quot;caught on.&quot; Ico Creams, Sundaes, Tutti Frutti Ice Cream, Peach' Melba, Fruit Salad, Banana Delight, and Pineapple Favoxnite, at all hours. Try Our Dandy Shandy And Choice Drinks of all flavours, dispensed from our Hygienic and Scientific Soft Drink Fountain. THOMPSON'S ALE AND STOUT ALWAYS IN STOCK. &quot;THE ARCADIA,&quot; BURNETT STREET. BRILLIANT LIC4HTS FOR CYCLISTS AT LOWEST PRICES. CYCLISTS should avoid ' Lawsuits and accidents by .buying one of our Lamps! It's far cheaper to pay 10s for a Lamp than 20s (and costs...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
PUBLIC NOTICES. FAIRFIELD FREEZING WORKS. XyORK will COMMENCE at the above Factory, on TUESDAY, APRIL 6. D. P. GARRICK, 4 10 • Branch Manager., MONEY TO LEND. T HAVE the following Special -*- Sums awaiting investment, at Lowest Current Rates. r £100, £300, £400,, and £600. J. B. CHRISTIAN, 3 516 - Arcade. BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT to the terms of &quot;The Banking Act), 1908,&quot; THURSDAY, Bth day of April, 1915, being Methven A. and' P. Show Day, is hereby sip'pointed q, SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY at the .flank of New Zealand, Mothven. . ' , 3 524 METHVEN YARDS CO., LTD. OWING to the A.,and P. Show, the' METHVEN STOCK SALE will bo held dn FRIDAY,, April 9, instead of Thursday, Btn. W. POFF, 4 23 Secretary. &quot;THE WILLOWS,&quot; AKAROA., PRIVATE BOARD and RESIDENCE for Tourists and Visitors. Right on tho Beach; handy to Post Office, Baths, and Wharves. * Apply MRS W. FERGUS, C 300 Proprietress. RAKAIA * TJAM AND EWE FAIR, THURSDAY, APRIL. 15, 1915. 4_36 F...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
AMUSEMENTS AND MEETINGS. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. TO-NIGHT at 8. TO-NIGHT at 8. The Thannhouser Company presents v Highly Dramatic Play— THE HEADER OF MINDS. THE READER OF MINDS. THE READER OF MINDSTHE READER OF MINDS. ' A Scream of Continuous Laughter at &quot; ' the Keystone Comedy. Cursed by His Beauty. Cursed by His&quot; Beauty. * -Cursed by His Beauty. . OTHER SUBJECTS: She Married for Love. The Lesson. She Married for Love. The Lesson. Topical Budget. Ghost of Mother Eve. Topical Budget. Ghost of Mother Eve. Tough Luck. Smith. Tough Luck Smith. WAR SPECIAL -±- WAR. &quot;OUR TERRITORIAL ARMY.&quot; &quot;OUR TERRITORIAL ARMY.&quot; Essex Horse ' Artillery in Action.—- 1 The Battery Leaves Camp.—Crossing ■ the Bridge.—Gallops into Action.-— | Taking up Position.—The Guns at Work.—Limbering up.—Through the brook to tho camp—their work done. * . EASTER MONDAY NIGHT. EASTER MONDAY NIGHT. .', HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
WANTED. WANTED, for Client—A Ferret. Apply to H. L. Barker. 424 WANTED— Good General, good wages to .suitable girl.—Apply Mrs R. J. Ander&amp;on, Carew. ,3 526 WANTED — Experienced General,. wages 20s.—Apply Box 19, Ashburton: , ,4 40 WANTED Known—Salt's Cole will Reopen on Saturday, April 3, undor ,new/ management,. . . 3 519 1j! RIME Onions^ 161bs at Is,. 56lbs lor 3s 3d, or lOOlbs for 5s 6d. Prime Snowilake Table Potatoes, 161bs for Is, Haricot Beans olbs for Is, Giant Haricots and Butter Beans 7d . per packet, Imperial Clreon Peas 5d per packet, Red Lontils 3d per pound.— At— FLETCHER BROS. 1 - x CASH SUPPLY STORES. WE keep on hand a big stock of Cooking Ranges of the following makas: —Scott's Atlas ; Shack Jock's Orion, Hepburn's Kapai; Barning. ham's J^ealaiidia and Miner; also Range Parts for all the above. Low- Prices quoted at John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. RASPBERRY Syrup, Raspberry &quot; Viaegar, Lemon Syrup, .Pineapple Syrup, and Lime Juice Cordia...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
BUSINESS NOTICES. WE keep extra heavy quality IVeserving Pans in Brass, aim— m ium, Enamelled Steel, and Coat Iron* at lowest prices.—At. John Orr aad Co.'B East Street St&amp;r*. ■ PRESERVING Jars, Jam Jars, a* X Jess than landed cost at Fletcher Bros. • Mason's Jars, ' Quarto 4a id. Half Gallons 5s 9d, Hull's Special Atlas Jars, Quarts 5s 3d, Half Gallon* fe M dozen, French Jars 2s,lid dooea, Tintop Jelly Jars, Is lid and 2s 3d per dozen, Jolly Moulds Is, lt» 6d, and 2s per dozen. Jelly Tumblers 2s (Sd and 3s per dozen;—At - FLETCHER BROS.' CLEARING SAUL SAVE dilapidations and cover vmsightly' outbuildings witat ew Reliable Brand of Bam Bed Paint. Only 7s 6d gallon. Best for Baofe, Sheds, etc.—John Orr and Co.*s East Street Store. . .. A treat to ride. A treat to look at. :. ■ A treat to recommend. f mHAT'S what our Clients say about A ther&quot; TRIUMPH &quot; MOTOR CYCLE. D. H. EDC4ATI, Ashburton ReprceeKtabive Adams, Ltd., Ch'ristcbtiireh. SHINO Mops are...
OBSERVANCE IN ASHBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
OBSERVANCE IN ASHBURTON. As was the case last year, Good Fri&gt;day in. Ashburton was&quot; a very cheer- Jess day. The morning dawned bright and fine, but by 8 o'clock a southwesterly wind blew up, and in less than an hour a cold rain had commenced. There were few periods in the morning when, no rain was falling, but in the afternoon ■ the weather improved a little. Small patches of blue sky became visible, but the air was cold and wintry and the conditions out of •doors were pretty miserable. The rain of course interfered largely with private picnic parties, and prevented the majority of those residents remaining in Ashburton over the holidays from . venturing' abroad. No sports were held and the Domain was a desolate spot almost all the .day. The railway traffic was heavy, and all expresses passing through Ashburton were packed with travellers. A good many Ashburton people left/ for north and south, but there were • few who came here from outside. ■ ; In the morni...
IN WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
IN WELLINGTON. (Per Press Association), WELLINGTON, April 2. The heavy wind and downpour of raiin' this morning made things unpleasant for those contemplating outings, but by midday the weather had cleared up, and the afternooa w.is fine but breezy. The morning's shower caused the postponment of the provincial tennis championship meeting, but the local bowling centre's pah's ■tournament was started in the afternoon. Otherwise, the day passed quietly. , .
THE HERMANN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
THE HERMANN CASE. EXTRAORDJNAFSY SHARE TRANSACTJONS ALLEGATIONS AT A SYDNEY MEETING (Per Press Association —Copyright.) ♦•':'■'••'' '^) S^D^EYi Aprill.- ; At the annual liieating of' Bowroii 1 'Brothers' Export -/and Trading Company,. Ltd., Mr Alexander Jobson, si director, who, presided, explained that lie now was only a local director of the company. Earle Hermann's place had not been filled, and Mr F. W. Bacon had resigned.- Mr Jobson was re-elected a director. He stated that ho desired to obtain an I expression of opinion on the question jof instituting criminal proceedings against J. Earle Hermann respecting allegedly fraudulent dealings in the company's shares. He outlined the steps taken to secure. Hermann's resignation of the chairmanship of the &quot;board. Hermann virtually admitted that there had been irregularities af, fecting only about 20,(1)0 shares. Hermann subsequently produced fraudulent scrip and transfers representing 35,000 shares, which wove destroyed. ...
SHIPPING FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
SHIPPING FREIGHTS. THE ADVANCE IN RATES. j AN AUCKLAND CRITICISM (f er Press Association) .AUCKLAND, April 1. The recent advances iv shipping freights were further discussed _ to! day by Mr Robert Burns, president lof the ' Chamber of Commerce. He j dealt particularly with the criticisms 'of his former statements by.Mr C. M. iTurrell, of the New Zealand Shipping Company. Referring, to the sugges■ tion made by a representative of snipiping companies .-in' Wellington, that his 'statements, showed lack'of information, I Mr Burns said that the freight rates which he quoted were supplied to him by the New Zealand Shipping Company. The company neglected to injform him that prior to the, outbreak of war contracts had been made for the carriage of butter and frozen meat at the old rates, and that the surcharge lot 25 pei cent, was not imposed on I this class of cargo. When his atten-1 tion was drawn to this fact, ho had ; madel a correction to his original statei merit. &quot;The in...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
__ «UeiNEM NOTICE!. —— __ — ■ THE UNEXPECTED! /Fa 'For-months past we have been - ■ ■ Only-20 of these Cars are axriv: ing'by the s.s.l Star of India, and '■ ' ' owing to the congestion of shipi&quot; A FEW OF THE MANY MODEL 81 FEATURES-: l)ilvS and the &amp;a*&amp;B* of steam&quot; I ers from America, there is no ; ——~ certainty when vre v?ill get fur; 30 H.r. Motor; Streamline B^ly; ample worn for five pas- tiler su PPlies- Uengers; Electrically started; Electrically lighted; Electric horn;; , &quot;~&quot; Bascli Hign-tension Magneto; pill electric switches on instrument Intending purchasers will do J board of cowl dash; high : grade upholstery; Thermo-syphen cool- .well to get in touch with us and i Ing; five-bearing crank-shaft; rear axle floating type ; t extra long secure-in-advance. i ■ ■ . ■ •■■., , , juaaderslung rear springs; 1064nch wheel base; 33-in x 4-in tyres; '-. ' Jrain .vision ventilating type windshield; body colour...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
No Gold is &quot;NAZOL.&quot; Proof ! Don't imagine that little idea you have in mind is too simple ——too commonplace to be of any use. Those are the inventions which mak* fortunes for the lucky patentees. There's possibly lots of money in YOUR idea. Why not get our free Booklet: &quot;Advice to Inveutors?&quot; Writ© for it!— Henry Height, Ltd., 157 Featherstoa Street, &quot;Wellington. 69 BUSINEM NOTICEB. MOTHER works for the comfort of others. works loi- the comfort,of z*S^ssx MOTHER.. mm ■■: ■: -: jlr-Xs&amp;m(-' • will: . ■Jf^P^-^-- :^--'&quot;- ■■■■ If I I -fer Pld-^^l^p^ the ■fcf ■ tj &quot;..■:■.: task. ■, •;% V; : : H?S7-GUARAf&lt;rECD UNDER TKt &quot;PURE FOOD ACT IO00&quot;, :• BY I.EVES BROTHf-KS UHITED .SYDNEY.H» 57.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
JOB) NEM NOTICES. Britain's Best Motor Car — THE &quot; HUMBER &quot;—The Worth's Standard. These Cars? enjoy a world-wide reputation as Britain's Representative Gar; moderate- in price, abso--&quot;' . lute in reliability, perfect in appearance. The &quot;Il'umber's&quot; claim upon die motoring pub-. lie is that it is not only the CHEAPEST high-grade&quot; j All-British Car, but that it holds the premier position-* i as LOWEST in upkeep. ' &quot; Humbers &quot;are made in Five Models,, of which the 10 x 11 H.P. are the most popular, and which we shall be pleased to demonstrate; giving every . •. . facility.for thorough inspection and trial to all interested hi these SUPERIOR CARS. ■•. THEY'RE BRlTlSH—Therefore THE BEST. JAS. E RULF, MOTOR ENGINEER. ASHBUETON &quot;HUMBER&quot; AGENCY, CASS STREET GARAGE ('Phone 202) ASHBITRTON. HEB^% S3. » ISfTB SATISFIFS IN &quot;*''■' &quot;^*^ffl%&am...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
NEW.ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. r (Established 1859.». .. A CAPITAL £1,5U0,e00 PBEMTER AND WJ&amp;A.I,THIBEP' COLONIAL COMPAISy. FIXE AND MARINE RISKS; AJUSCT RISKS ON GROWING CTIOPS, . WOOL. THESHING MACHINES, Etc.. ACCEPTED AT LOWEST CURRENT' RATES. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE, including' FOALING RISKS, Etc, NICOLL BROS., AGENTS. YOUNG MEN OF ASHBURTON. RIGHT FORM! BK wr»Il-dressed, bo smart, 'present a f ;ood appearance. It is not aquwfcion, of bis expense, for rcmembei&quot; —ono Gfmd Suit outlusls throe iridifioivnt ones. . A GOOD SUIT . —tailored jit Craipboad's will do yon jiwticc, and ALWAYS look well,' for tho fabric will bo of the best, it will' be h shape-recaining, ■ cloan-fitting, stvlifth Jind cai-efnlly tailored suit. ' • Yqn mvd ;i warmer Suit no^f. Come! Bo moasurwl. Autumn Fabrics ready. H. AND E. CRAIGHEAD, .TAILORS, ASHBUBTON. VIOLET SUPERFATTED SOAP, ■punrc AND DAINTILY PEIS- I-'UMED: &quot; ■ THK TDKAL SOAP FOR MELB. '- GATE J3KINS, • Od A ...
THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 3 April 1915
THE TURF NEW ZEALAND METROPOLITAN TROTTING CLUB EASTER MEETING (i'er Press Assoeiatiou). CHRISTCHURCH, April 3 The Easter Meeting of tne Now Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club, winch opened at Addingtorit on Thursday, inaugurated the Easter Carnival in Christchurch. The weather was slightly oppressive in the early part of the day, and there appeared every prospect of a strong nor'-wester blowing. For. some. years past the Club has not raced during Easter Week itself, but this year a chango was made by fixing the meeting a few days earlier. Tiie experiment did not prove altogether successful, for the attendanco was rather below the average, and the representation of visitors from other parts of the Dominion was hot as largo as usual. 'The totalisator investments showed a decided falling-off, the figures for the day being £19,924., as compared with £27,021 10s,on tho first day last year. From a racing point of view the meeting upheld &quot;the high standard usually associated,...