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IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

IN GERMANY. FOOD SUPPLJES. PEOPLE FEELING THE PINCH. NEW YORK, May 26. Tiiero is much comment in the German newspapers regarding the appointment of Morr yon Batacke as "Dictator of" Food ,-bapplies." ; . The '• Berliner Lqkal-Anzeiger " says' Germany is likely to approach the condition of a " Vegetarian Eden" during the coming months. . Maximilian Harden, in an .article m "Die Zukunft," blames the political regime for the privations of the people. He says that because of th.6 exorbitant prices, meat, milk, butter, and vegetables are frequently beyond the means of the masses, while the dearth of fodder has compelled the peasantry to sacrifice their young cattle and pigs. The bulk of the article consists of a translation of dc Goncourt's article on the Siege of Paris, Hardens object being to remind his countrymen what a burden of suffering and sorrow can be borno by a people determi...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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THE KING'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

THE KING'S MESSAGE. NEED FOR ADDITIONAL yA'oUli'ltlii. LONDON, May 25. The King, in a message to his people, says: —"'iv enable vie country to organise more eliicTcntiy its military resources in the present great struggle for the cause oi civilisation, I, acting upon the advice of my Jiiiustere, deem it necessary to .enrol evc-ry able-bodied man between the ages ox 18 and 41. " I desire- to take this opportunity of expressing my recognition and appreciation ol! the splendid patriotism and self-sacrifice my people .have displayed in raising by voluntary enlistment no fewer than o.QJLOQQ men —an effort far surpassing that of any nation in similar circumstances recorded in history, and one which will be a lasting source of pride to future generations. " I am confident that the magnificent spirit which has hitherto sustained my people through the trials of this terrible war will inspire them to endure the additional sacrifice now imposed; and that ...

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POST-WAR TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

POST-WAR TRADE. LONDON., May 25. In the House- of Commons, Mr Bonar Law, replying to Mnjor J. '.Norton Griffith:-, said the Government was tionsifloriiia; the whole s-ahject of preferential trade iviih the Dominions and our Alii'is.

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PARIS CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

PARIS CONFERENCE. LONDON, May 25. The Paris Conference ha,<; been fixed i'or June,s.

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IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

IN NEW ZEALAND. ■, THE WiLLOCHIRA. WELLINGTON, May 26. Details of the stringent precautions taken by the Health authorities to securo complete and perfect fumigation of the Willochra before she is used for transport purposes, were given by the Hon. G. W. llussell, Minister of Public Health, before the Houee rose this evening. The precautionr- taken, Mr Russell said, were 6'f a moot exhaustive character, and all those concerned could rest assured thai, no loophole of infection would be left.- In addition to the steps already ta,ken, Colonei Valintino and Colonel Hope Williams had left that evening by the Maori for Dunodin, whore thoy would, thoroughly inspect the Willochra and all on board of her before she left her anchorage.

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CRIMES AND OFFENCES [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

CRIMES AND OFFENCES (Per Press Association)

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SEVEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

SEVEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENT. AUCKLAND, May 26. At the Supreme- Court to-day Ccciii;; May Dowd, for unlawfully using au instrument, was sentenced to scveu years' imprisonment.

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ALLEGED FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

ALLEGED FRAUDS. HASTINGS, May 26. Sydney it artel i, a land and commission agent, of Hustings, ex-manager and secretary of the Hastings Fruit and Cold Storage Company, was to-day committed J'or trial on a charge of stealing £191 17s 3d, the property of the company. A peculiar interest attaches to the case, as the transaction was plainly recorded in the company's books. The sum involved was used by Martejl for the purchase of a motor-car. Martoll filled in the company's signed blank cheque, and debited tiie amount to his own salary account at a later date. Without, it is alleged, any express authority from the directors, he caused to be opened in the company's books a 'motor-car account, to which he transferred the debit, at the- same time crediting his salary account with the amount. The hearing of evidence has occupied the Magistrate's Court seven days. Further charges ngainst Martell are of stealing, on or about May 25, 1915, the sum of £100: on June 28, 1915, £15: rm.c! bet-voon ...

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CARGO BROACHING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

CARGO BROACHING. DUNEDIN, May 26. Alfred diaries Cooper, president of the local Waterside Workers' Union, who pleaded guilty in the Lower Court to stealing articles of a total value of £5 fromy the steamer Taieri, came'up for sentence before Mr Justice Sim. His Honour said that cargo broaching was very prevalent, and hard to detect. There was no doubt that if the Waterside Workers' Union did its duty in the matter the volume of crime would be greatly reduced. Prisoner would bo stmtpnred to 18 months' imprisonment, with hard labour.

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DENTAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

DENTAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL CONFERENCE. WELLINGTON, May 26. The Now Zealand Dental Association Conference adopted a resolution favouring' the institution of a diploma in dentistry in this country, of slighth lower standard than the present Bachelor of Dental Science degree. A defence fund for members of the association was also established. The following office-bearers were elected for the coming year:—President, Captain M. E. Denniston (Wellington) ; vice-president and presidentelect, Mr F. Wasburn (Timam) ; chairman of executive, Mr J. N. J3ishworth (Auckland) ; honorary treasurer Mr W. R. Reyburn (Auckland); heorary secretary, Mr C. H. Moses (Auckland). l

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

"NAZOL'' is not a cure-all. But in relieving and removing colds, coughs, and bronctial affection it does the job thoroughly. No half measures with "NAZOL."' It reliefs. Bottle of GO doses, Is 6d. 'Lost, Kfcraycd— -c;o!)e nmi'O knows where, ,'Twas with mo yesterday, I do declare. It .racked my <--hest, my h.evA wit;; sore, it's gone, I'll no'or see ib vi.ore, What ? Nat :i coufrh? Y.va, yes, For sure; Lost whon 1 i.sod Vvoodr;' ■V.pi)oni:-.;»l. Ciue. 3

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

" 0, the divinity of being rich !" —Randolpn. It is not Wealth of Money, bur Wealth of Health, that matters mosL A primary cause of much ill-health Js inattention to chest a.nd bronchia] troubles, which could have been quickly remedied by taking Baxter's Lung Preserver. At Is lOd for a big bottle everyone w>n secure a reliable safeguard against coughs, colds, sore throats, and like complaints. " Baxter's " is also a splendid tonic. Your chemist or storekeeper has it. Order to-day. Footwear Ensuring All-Weather Comfort! Here's a British-built Boot designed for hard country wear—a strong, comfortable Walking Boot for all seasons of the year. It is absolutely waterproof, being solidly-made and bladder-lined. Uppers are pliant and damp-resisting. Soles—note their thickness I—are of honest made-towear leather. Workmanship is perfect. Try a pair of Crockett FAMOUS Wonderfully easy to the feet. Affords plenty of toeroom, thus e...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

BUSINESS NOTICES. EPIDEMIC DISEASE. "NIP IT IN THE BUD." " I:'s catching"—this is what people say when ;i malady spreads among them as file spreads in dry grass ; the phrase stales a fact without which is a pity, because if once you understand why " it's catching," you can prevent it catching instead of having to cure it —cure is oiten impossible, and is expensive. Now you can understand the flame running through grass, but you can only see the spread oi disease !>y its results, because disease is spread by living germs or seeds, tuo small to see, and so light din! air can carry and distribute them; the oniv way to .prevent Disease Germs "catching" is to Kill them. To kill an invisible foe may seem difficult; but in this case it is easy and cheap, for you can kill Disease Genus by meeting them at every point with something in hourly use and immediately fatal to them. Sc...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

(fUSINESS NOTICE*. olflMn 1 --uUd I UlfflLo FOR WEAR THIS WSNTER SEASON. Regarding your new Costume, t]ie_ question is "WHAT TO. WEAR ??' and "WHERE TO PURCHASE ?"■ Before deciding, we urge you to inspect (without obligation) our splendid showing of Winter Models. Styles are the yory- latest (both Plain and Military), simple yet effective, and the material? are of the highest grade. ®gkk NAVY SERGE 59/6 63/- 84/- 90/- j^f 'wife BLACK SERGE ... ... 60/- 63/- 70/- yWVv J'jß GREY TWEED ... -->„ 60/- 63/- G^^W ZlTfi^ JUk^A GREY TWEED ".' 57/6 64/- ■ ' j { O% W . Ijfl ( FAWN GABERDINE COSTUMES £4/10/- £4/15/- ' VH if/ l l "in ' CHEAP TWEED COSTUMES 42/6 47/6 50/- Pi'F^ "'X/'^l^Wwl W ur Dress Department is replete with a beautiful selection of Id J }• "^'''L^farta,. IVI DRESS TWEEDS and SERGES. ; .' ff^fry- —T^^ 1 iflilfP n %In From 4/6 to 14/9 per yard $ Is* ' 4 'i Ill's I Also, we have ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

I I OVERCOAT Z/ I . WEEK. 5 I * S ! * MAY 15th to 20th. * .^ • YOU'LL be interested in $ the Big Display of * MEN'S and BOYS' OVER,- * COATS, we are making This # :, Week, they are keen value.- # 1^ "PREPARE." --'^v V, WINTER DAYS ARE COM- £ fi ING. S iv PRICE from 37s 6d. J * JCLOTHINGFAGTORYI' ,<; * H : ■» ■ • • ik HOME Boot Repairers will find oar. Stocks complete with every tool ■ and sundries for good- work. In spit© of heavy advances, our prices are etill low for Lasts, Hammers, Nails, etc etc.—John Orr and Co.'s East Streafc ;Store: v ,

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FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

FARMERS' UNION. PROVINCIAL CONFERENCE. The second clay's proceedings of the provincial conference of the North Canterbury district of the New Zealand Farmers' Union were resumed yesterday morning, in. tho Agricultural and Pastoral Association's rooms. Tho president (Mr Georgo Gardner) was in ; the chair. | • Election of Officers. Tho election of officers resulted as follows :—President, Mr D. Jones ; vice- ! president, Mr G. G. Newton; honorary treasurer, Mr W. Bailey; executive, Messrs J. R. Cnllen, T. Henley, *7. 0'- Halloran, E. C. Pateman, R. Evans, C. H. Ensor, P. G. Horrell, C. Netting; ! W. T. Lill, G. Gardner, J. Wyllie, W. H. Foster, and J. W. Foster; auditor, Mr T. Caverhill. Delegates to Dominion Conference—Messrs 11. Evans and W. Bailey. Graduated Land Tax. Mr Ensor (Loburn) moved—"That the Government be requested to exempt from the graduated land tax land which is being made to produce its fullest capacity, and to apply tho penal tax to land which is being ...

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COUNTY CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

COUNTY CENTRES. NLV^S AND NOTES (From Our Travelling Reporter.)

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RAKAIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

RAKAIA. TKo annual dance in connection with the/Foresters' Lodge 'was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Kakaiii, last evening. Thero was a large attendance and the function proved a great success. Mr J. T. Smith acted as M.C., and the music was supplied by Mr H. J. Chapman and Miss Hoskins. During the evening, the opportunity was taken to bid farewell to two members of the lodge, Messrs Harry West and 'Km Perry, who are leaving with the next reinforcements. ".In presenting these gentlemen with a ca.se of pipes each, on behalf of the lodge, Mr Geo. Clark wished them every success in their undertaking, and expressed the hopo that they would return safe and well. The recipients suitably replied. | On Thursday afternoon the Ashburton Ladies' Hockey Club journeyed ;o Rakaia, to play a match against the local Ladies' Club. Tho llakaia ladies won by cno goal to nil, after a very evenly-contested and interesting game; In tho evening tho Rakaia ladies entertained tho visitors at a s...

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PENDARVES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 27 May 1916

PENDARVES. At the Pendarves Hall on Wednesday evening, there was a meeting of residents, all enthusiastic over the newly-formed Lady Liverpool Society, which met for its first/monthly meeting. Mrjs J. Watson was elected president, with Mies L. Hampton as vicepresident. It was decided to let the meetings take the form of social evenings, the various members to take turns in entertaining, either in the Hall or in their homos. Already there is a good membership, and it is expected that there will be a ready response in money and gifts from many who were unavoidably absent. A box of good things was packed during tho evening, to bo forwarded to the depot. Any person willing to help the good cause can do so by leaving gifts such as cocoa, coffee, jam, condensed milk, soup tablets, sardines, etc., with the secretary. Miss Doak or with Mrs Doig.

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