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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

YOUR HOLIDAY SUIT. Have it Cut By SkiHsd Craftsmen. Get individuality and correct figure proportions—gefc" QUALITY MATE~ RIALS, in facfc— GET THE BEST TAILORING, ' by ordering your Suit Here To-day. H. anfl E, CRAICHFAD, ! TAILORS AND COSTUMIERS, , Tancred Street^ Ashbuxton. SOLDIERS' PARCELS. HnHE prevailing cause why parcels JL do not reach their destination is faulty packing. . . Why not fot H. C. PERCY Wck 'your parcel for you. He has been packing tk®m for oyer three years, and has oucoe&sfully packed ov& 2000. . ' PERCY will pack, any description oi parcel for you, / Parcels of Tobacco, and Cigarettes, etc., purchased from 'PERCY are _ packed firae of oharsce. : Only a small oharg© m*de wheis otuer ariiclea are encdceed. Opdfir through the Post and TeW ■ohoae N«. 339 faithfully attended to. H» C. PERCY, TOBACCONIST. ASHBURTON. O 'CEDAR MOPS and OIL lighten house cleaning. For cleaning fioors, walls, 'etc. tj-ustless, speedy, and labourless.—...

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

A BIG SOFT ARMCHAIR ! FOR WINTER NIGHTS 1 The stiff, hard, high.- / Ut backed chair is not / Bt very comfortable for ' _ -l^— —-r=s*ap [^J^9> fireside use. Why not have one of our snug M 'l'"^^^^^jpHlf IIH armchairs - one with / EIPPSSiiW UWfll deep, soft upholstery- R &^. -.HtSfiS i^M that you liberally aink taSi^^^^*"ll^^! | OUK ARMCHAIES will glge a lifetime'! ■enict. Tki a frames are of finest seasoned timbers; btit coiled springs «ra | used; the stuffing is done thordughly, and the entering mit«--rialß-arO'O^ tkt finest quality. .."' •..-,•'.. COME AN! INSPECT. If jou'-l lik« an trznchair re-uDholstend ort'll do it Ma low prioiy ■ i ... .-t*— ~ UNDRILL & CO., ' TT7KNISHERS. aSHBURTON, Farmers Co-op Garage ; MOTOR AND GENERAL ENGINEERS., i _ : L ■ I ALL Makes of GARS REPAIRED by skilled 3 mechanics. Electrical worik a Specialty. We carry ' large stocks of Spares and Material for the quick despatch of all w...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

PHONEA —An Ideal Tonio for anaemic vomea and girls, makes good reaa blood. 2s a bottle. — Bonningion's Pharmacy. .' WANTED. Known—We are Agents J for the Edison Phoaograph and Columbia Graphophone. Call in. and' , inspect the latest machiae, and hear famous Edison Records. Catalogues Post Free on application from OSBIAN , AND CO., 121 'Burnett Street. ' WHY su^er. with Chapped v and ■> Cracked Hands jwhen C.C.Q. will cure them. Is 6d a I Pot at Bonnington's Pharmacy. MOUTH Org*a 8a - Sd, DeQ!»le Reeda and 20 Notes fromfii* Extra £«*3 qoaitty 6s 9d.-Pwoy'*,

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PRIVATE TO GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

PRIVATE TO GENERAL. Godfrey Jones, a Welsh mine foreman, who enlisted early in the war as a private, and who in August was nominated to he a brigadier-general, was once considei'ed by the mine officials, with whom he was connected for years, as lacking the ability to' lead men, says a despatch from London. According to the "Daily News," Jones, who is 36 years old, attended night school as a boy/ and finally obtained his diploma. He was appointed foreman in a mine, but did not make good, and was reduced to the ranks of a digger. Given another chance,, he succeeded. Soon, after the war broke > out he joined the Cardiff "pals" battalion of the South Wales Borderers. He speedily was made corporal, and rapidly rose to the rank of sergeantmajor. He later received a commission. He went to France in the autumn of 1915, and afterwards was transferred to Salonika, where he won the Distinguished Service Order, and promotion to a li...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

„ ■' A NOTANX DISPLAY OF . ■ . . Sfytes Dictated by Commonsense . ■$/ mi Smartness. ■ ... . %!*r £ TO BE THOROUGHLY ACQUAINTED WITH-IHERAEE CHARM . - OF NEW MILLINERY we venture the opinion that yon must make an early inspection of our Charming 1 Display'of _ . • . EXCLUSIVE AND -.FASCINATING. STYLES. , ■ You will find xrmcli that is quite new—much that is novel. There are little odd touches her© and ther in -every Hat which distinguishes it from those shown elsewhere. We Aimed at Something Different. SEE FOR YOURSELF HOW FAR WE HAVE SUCCEEDED We are making a truly elaborate showing -of ' Fascinating Trimmed Models BECOMING , STYLES— SMjKRTj AMD ATTRACTIVE. Als® HEADY TO-WEARS in Great Variety. /'' ' ■ , j^* ifi^. MODELS Now showing in Pink, Sky, Vieu Rose, . «^gK~^^ and Grey, Champagne, Putty, Saxe, Green, . Wh^^^^^H^sl^h ' Nigger and Pink, Copper— 18s m>i ns sss m > 27s 6d> 2Ss 6d> j^^^^^^^fK^Spl9^^^ 32s 6d» 35s 6d ' 39s 6d» /&qu...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

UNIMPEACHABLE EVIDENCE On our Inward Letter Files (open to any caller at our offices), we have literally hundreds of letters—unsolicited testimonials—from those who have mastered our Correspondence Course, and who have, as a direct result, obtained better positions solely due to the practical knowledge we have given them. YOU WANT TO EARN MORE MONEY? Of course. Well got down to facts. Study under us. Send for particulars, without obligation on your part, of our Course in PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING or in MODERN ACCOUNTANCY; or in ADVERTISEMENT WRITING; or in SHORTHAND ; or in COMPLETE BUSINESS EDUCATION; or PREPARATION for the MATRICULATION, the TEACHERS', PUBLIC SERVICE, or LAW UMVERSITY BOOK-KEEPERS' EXAMINATIONS. Say just which. HEMINGWAY AND ROBERTSON'S COREESPONDENCE SCHOOLS LTD., AUCKLAND. P.O. Bos 516 CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT THIS? You pay Income Tax, or Land Tax, or, perhaps, both. *J>o you understand all about-such? If not, why not do^so? We have a few copies left...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

RAILWAY TRAVELLING. Closed up carriages and vitiated air make tile system susceptible to disease microbes, which are rapidly dispeled 'fay cleansing-and healing "Fluenaol.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

When your child cannot sleep because of cold in the head, use NAZOL. Sprinkle some drops on nightgown or pillow. Quick relief will follow. Sixty doses Is 6d.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

plljlllllllllllllllllllilllw I New Cotton Dress Goods § 1 direct from the looms to Beatles § S Complete Sample Sets of these New Materials are ready for positing. Write =§= l 5E . to-day. Hard-wearing,.durable fabrics lhat sland the rub in the tab and lbs =5 =E ■.. ■ .strong xays of the summer sod. Pretty, too, .^-.^-:--. „., ' == =5. -Kew Check Ginghams 1 for Ladies'and Children's Frocks/ """ ■ . H ==■ Blouses, etc. Ideal for all summer wear. The.4o ■'""'-'- S£ s=s inches width sells at 2/4 yard, and the 30 inches wide . J^3a .EE Hj P^in Shades in Strong Ginghams—Navy, Sky, Pink, and ISPSP ■ =S ==■' . Pale Green. The price is 1/4J a yard, the width 30-inch ' == ==: Cotton Crepes, in all shades, and block stripes. A service- jote^^^kf == S5 able Summer' Fabric, easily laundered; weeds no = ==/ t ironing. 30 inches wide, at 1/7$ and l/ 9£ a yard. qdfeW/JI ft == SE White Crepes, in fine, soft finish. Makes cool and com- ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

If you feel the Need of a Piok-meup, get a Bottle of 6 BONNINGTON'S LIVER TONIC. YOUR SYSTEM needß Bracing up 'tween seasons. Most people require a tonio during the change of seasons. You are sure to feol greatly improved in health for it. j Hundreds have tried thiß medicine [with excellent results. SECURE A BOTTLE TO-DAY, ; 18 fid BOttlG. j H. E. BONNINGTON, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, Ashburton. i • ASHBURTON LOAN AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY —and— BANK OF DEPOSIT. MONEY TO LEND.. IN sums of from £26 upwards foi fixed periods, and repayable by. j Easy Monthly Instalments, at LOW-1 BST RATES OF INTEREST. ; Offices : ARCADE AND TANCRED STREETS. J. B. CHRISTIAN, Manager. A ESENATE of Lead, lime, SulxjL phur, and Bordeaux Mixture for apple, pear, and other fruit trees, i for spring spraying. If you want sound fruit, don't delay spraying. Low prices here for these compounds.— At John Orr and C 0,6 East Street Store. ■

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

BUSINESS NOTICES., ■ •" — -— "i A MAN'S SUST FOR ■#,«■ :is 6d, THIS is Unheard of Yahio 1 For so small a sum you can have at nicely cut, well-made euitj in strong; , Tweed 'of neat colour, Good^ liningOj and strong high-grade" trimminga* t Quite up-to-date in shapa. A Boxed Suit at that, You are not asked to believe som«* thing incredible. But just to come fat and see the" positively 'big value .this! Suit is. Its a real Suit snip. A fine suit for evenings, Sundays, all days. Its low in price, but realty .high itfi ■ Suit quality. •' SEE FOR YOURSELF.. While you are here, ma the othesi fine lines in Men's wear. Emit don'tt miss these Suits, This is the Price ££ 76 *iil, You won't .find its equal anywhere. .- • Tp A. BRYAWIT, MEN'S COMPLETE OUTFITTER, 9S Burnett Stowi,. HENLEY POULTRY JfABM. FOR Sale—Cockerels, Pullets, Bal)> Chicks, Settings, of Eggs, Rhodo Island Reds, Black. Orpingtons, Whito Leghorns,' Broody Hens in ...

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COUNTY CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

COUNTY CENTRES. NEWS AND NOTES, MEX/iVEN. Tile Coiainittee oi' the Methren Racing C-'ub mot on Tuesday evening last to make further arrangements for the *• forthcoming meeting on, December 5. Mr X. D.owiins* presided, and there were present:—Messrs Green, Harrii-:oii., liobhts, Morgan, MeiNeill, Carfc'"'ton, McNurnara., Buchan. Me.A unity, Stewart, and McDonald. Mr H. Reynolds was appointed starter for ttie trotting, rao** at the forthcoming meeting, ami Mr 11. P. Forsvfch was appointed judice, Mr -iX it-oil being unable to accept ihe .appointment. It was unanimously resolved that the t-rots be started by the seconds method/ ihej-o being nob oufi member of of the. committee m favour of the yards system. Tho Grounds Committee, Messrs Buchan, Harrison, and McA:'i'r% reported what repairs and improvements were necessjvry to the c:oi:r&^. and it v/rs deckled to; do the '■■•work !recommended. Tlie cc/inmittee resolved that at itast o:n© steward be present at the ...

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BULLETS FROM BONES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

BULLETS FROM BONES. AYe arc told the country is saving nearly a million a year out of the refuse from military camps. We know also that butchers are ordered to save all bones .'■ for Government purposes (says a London paper). 'i/hese bones are required for the making of glycerine, winch is au essential part of our principal gunpowder—that is cordite. A visit to* a bone factory gives some idea of how these bones are treated in order to secure their valuable contents. First, they are cracked in a "crusher." Then they are placed in soaking tanks and steeped in diluted sulphuric acid. Two days later they come out partly cleaned and softened, and are then boiled. The sludge is run off, and the beautifully white bdnes go into steamers where they arp treated with intensely hot steam. The two products chat come away are grease and glue. The glue is the most valuable product in peace time, but to-day the grease has first place. This is at first a filthy-looking liqu...

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WINSLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

WINSLOW. A vei"!? .successful dance .was held maid of tfhe "Our Oay" 'Fund on October ISU During the .evening- a guess- Ing competition , took place with cigarettes, .which were then auctioned, and bought by Mr Lysaght, tlie total proceeds being £1 6s 6d. ' ( Dancing was ker.it up to an en;rly hour, the music beins " supplied by Messrs Hampton (piano) and Messrs Millen and Reeves (violin), Mr J. Bailey ably cai-ried out Uio duties of M,C. The " Our ■ -Day" Fund -benefited by £6.

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KAISER'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

KAISER'S TROPHIES. Considerable attention has been drawn to the fact that the Kaiser's yachting cup, which was recently offered for sale in iNew York and was thought to be worth £1000. proved to be gold plate oa common metal, with a value, of only £7. Apparently lire.' Gorman Emperor made a practice of presenting goldplated white metal cups as solid gold trepmes,' for s'all another of his famxms .cups- has. .proved, to be practically, worthless. In 1907 the German - Emperor organised a motor race on the Taunus course for cars of any nationality, the . first - prize being a massive gold 'Cup, impressive more by reason of its size than its elegance, with the Imperial W engraved on it. There were two -races, a preliminary with 92 starters, and a rinal with 40 starters, at both, of which the Emperor was present. The famous Italian driver Nazaaro, then ip the employ of the Fiat Company, won the race on a Yint ear, and became the possessor of the £2000 gold cup. The driver being entitled ...

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FLIGHT FROM RHINE TOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

FLIGHT FROM RHINE TOWNS. vVeli-ko-do fugitives from Mannheim, Karlsruhe, Freiburg, and Frankfort are overcrowding the more easterly iowiis of Southern Germany. Heideltiurg and the villages of the Neckar Vaii«y, which are considered fairly safe owing to their anti-aircraft guns on -.the hiils, are crammed, but the" flood of fugitives pouring east is now~ affectiag Constance (on the Swiss border). The South German Press is raising hitter complaints about middle-class families being turned out by profiteering landlords to accommodate rich Western families. The Constance papers are demanding official intervention. The ' anti-visKur movement in the southern towns and in the summer resorts is spreading. At Alexandersbad, near Bayreuth, the local women stormed a well-known, hotel, the Weber, j.'.:st as'the visitors were sitting down to a good dinner, ate the dinner with suitable comments on its excellence, a^d' then chased the unwelcome North • German and Mannheim visitors. On...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

Mr John Mackintosh, principal A the i'jtfoe-making iirnu of '±at name, (save n^-ndo.n paper of March .2), addW^-^ the numbers -of'Uie Halifax Busi.ri.-Rs Club orj ;be value, of advertising, said he had often been asked why •!•.? spent; so nxue.h on advertising, as'i:? lie spent 'ess in that way the cosi oi production i»uld be greatly reduced. Those envies, he sfiid, did not know what tho'-r were talking about. Ach-ertisine; was not paid for in that way, but rather bj the action of denwimi itnd larger output. A. great devek^t.:Gnt was-- yet possible in export besint'ss, and if an articlo !ike toffee could he, exported to 48 different countries by one iirra, !u« thought ;;c{«-rcfti.v anyone' in business- imhhl debpi'av of doing export trade.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD* CLEARING SALE AT LISMORE. FRIDAY, Ist NOVEMBER. WE have received instructions from Mr AW 11.. Anderson (wo having sold his Farm), to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE, on above date, of all LIVE" AND DEAD STOCK, comprising:— ■- SHEEP. 200 4, ■£, -and 8-tooth -2-bred Ewes, with. 100 ' per centfambs at foot 200 F.M. -J-bred Ewes, with 100 per cent lambs at foot" 4 ,2rtooth English Leicester Rams 5 F.M. English-Leicester Rams 1 Good Sheep Dog HORSES. 9 Draught -Mares and Geldings, from syrs upwards 1 Half-Draught Mare, 4-yra I Draught Gelding (unbroken);- 3-yrs 2*Draught Fillies (unbroken) 3-yrs 1 Draught Foal 1 Hack Mare, "The Kitten," "Kati- po," by "Toronto." I Yearling Colt, "The Kitten," by "Kerrwood." CATTLE. 1 Cow, in profit 1 Bullock 2 Calves , IMPLEMENTS, ETC. §rFurrow Plough, _ Single-furrow Plbugh, ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND ,A. CO. ' - CLEARING SALE AT MOUNT SOMERS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. At 12 'Moon. PTIHE NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND JL AGENCY CO. OF N.Z., LTD., have, received instructions to offer as above, on account of MR E. BULL, the following:— ' 2 14-Year-old STEERS. 1 COW (due to 2nd calf). 1 Full-sized BILLIARD TABLE. 9 Panel Doors. 6 Plain DOORS, with liingeßv 100 ft. 4-inch PIPING; also Ridging, Spouting, and Piping. 2 Wooden BEDSTEADS, and Mattresses. . ' ■ 7 Single BEDSTEADS. Wire Stretchers, Tables, Washstanda," and Chairs. WAGGONETTE, with hood, B hafts, one pole. Spring Cart HARNESS, , "-„ OUTSIDE ENTRIES INVITED, NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY CO. Of N.Z., LTD. 10 530 Auctioneers, NATIONAL MORTGAGE: & AGENCY „ . ■ CO. OF NZ.;, LTD., LA N D SALE. BULLOCK'S ARCADE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, v 1918;. At 2 p.m. THE NATIONAL MORTGAGE ' & AGENCY CO." OF N.Z., LTD., have received instructions from the ■ Execut...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918

LAND AND GENERAL, REMINDER I I I Will our Farmer Friends kindl N Note that the Latest Date on which we can receive consigning instructions for our this; season's , LAST SHIPMENT' Of : MT. LYELL StTPEBPHCBPHiATE, ; . i. . ■ .' " , .Is-A... -... : THPBSDAY, OCTOBER 3.L :. JEet us have your, requirements early and avoid disapp©intment.' NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND |, ' AGENCY. COMPANY O.F NEW ZEALAND, LTD. Manure 'Specialist's;- 1 Merchants. ASHBTTRTONV METHVEN. RAKAIA. MAYFIELD". , WOOL SEASON, 1918-1919. WOOL GROWtERS! ! Consign Your Wool to— - NATIONAL MORTGAGE CO., j . ADDINGTON. i /~ UR STORES, being specially wel'llighted, effer every facility for DISPLAYING WOOL to the best advantage. Every clip entrusted to our care receives special attention from experts. The ntmosfc care is exercjsed in interlottirig, weighing and redassing. Your- interests will be carefully protected. Therefore, consign your Wool to— •NATIONAL MORTGAGE CO., ADDINGTON. NATIONAL MORTGAGE &a...

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