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ARMY ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

ARMY ESTIMATES. LONDON, February 24. The Army Estimates vote was agreed to by 115 to 52.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
Country/State of Publication: New Zealand
ROSS SMITH AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

ROSS SMITH AT MELBOURNE. (Per Press Association, Copyright.) MELBOURNE, February 25. Sir Ross Smith landed at the Point Cook Aviation School this morning, thus completing the aerial voyage from London to Melbourne as originally intended. The Government will present the. cheque for £10,000 on Friday morning.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
Country/State of Publication: New Zealand
CAPE-CAIRO FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

CAPE-CAIRO FLIGHT. S , CAIRO, February' 24. , The ne;v Vickers-Vimy aeroplane, to which the engines and other equipment of the Silver-Queen have been transferred, started for Khartoum early today. ' . ' ' Mitchell reached Kisumu on February £4, after two forced landings. He camped out. two nights. Lions disturbed his i(est.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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WILD ANIMALS ABOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

WILD ANIMALS ABOUND. (Received February 26, 2.45 p.m.) ("Times.") LONDON, February 24, Details of Mitchell's flight from Tahore southwards, state that the country is almost everywhere covered with dense forests and lakes, and is ing with elephants, . lions, leopards, rhinoceros, giraffes, zebras, chimpanzees, crocodiles, shakes and brilliant plumagcd birds, and infested with pestilent mosquitos. Of the other aviators engaged in the Cape flight, Reynfield has arrived at Khartoum, and ißrackley at Assiut.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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WAZIRISTAN WAR [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

WAZIRISTAN WAR ENEMY'S CAPITAL DESTROYED. (Per Press Association—Copyright). ! (lieeeived February 26, 12,30 p.m.) DELHI, February 23. ' The destruction of Makai, the Mahsud capital, has begun. The Gurkhas rushevd the town and bombed the tribesmen out of the houses where they were sleeping, and drove them into the hills. Then the innumerable towers and houses were demolished, and the rich, populous district will soon be a mass [ of charred ruins.. High explosives, howitzer shells, and gelignite combined to create a scene of desolation. This destruction has been 1 carried on under persistent sniping by tlie tribesmen, and the covering troops have been at times hotly .engaged with the mad rashes of tribesmen, who attacked in waves, but wore held up by Lewis guns and grenades. General Climo, commanding, visited the scene and declared the difficulties of this campaign are greater than ! those encountered by .azr-y 'previous frontier (expedition.

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BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

BOXING CARPENTER'S LATEST WIN. '('*P(>r Press Association—Copyright). .(Received February .26, 12.30 ,p.m.) PARIS, February .24. Carpentier defeated Grandheven, the Belgian champion, who is a, jjowerful giant, on points in a four .rounds .contest at Monte Carlo..

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
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AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

AUSTRALIA. (Per Press Association, Copyright.) SYDNEY, February 25. Kathleen Morion was arrested when sho disembarked from the Maheno, on a charge of embezzling £343, the property of the Wellington branch of the Young Women's Christian Association. She was committed in custody to return to New Zealand. It transpires that- Charles Minchin, who shot Mrs Wittner Steyne at a hotel at Manly and then committed suicide, was born in New Zealand. The woman has recovered. A fire destroyed a picture show and the Greyhound and Exchange Hotels at Narrabri. The damage is estimated at £12,000. (Received February 26, 10.30 a.m.) SYDNEY, February 26. The stock returns for 1919 shows a decrease of 399,578 cattle and 7,028,--852 sheep in the State, compared with 1918. The decreases are attributable to the drought. The Rev. T. B. Holmes was elected President of the Methodist Conference. The Narrabri fire damage is estimated at £20,000. MELBOURNE, February 26. At the pre-sessional meetings of the , Nati...

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TROTSKY INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

TROTSKY INTERVIEWED. iPer Pra»w Assoeiatiuu--. Cuum<iht) NEW YORK, February 25. . The 'Moscow correspondent of the "New York World" interviewed Trotsky, who said:—"Our military successes have not blinded us to the need for peace tor the re-establishment of our economic safety. We have been forced to sacnnce the welfare of our people and of the future generations tc the most desperate need of the hour. We have transformed in the pjist eighteen months a peace-loving population of workers and peasants. intp an ■. armed camp. Our peace terms,, nevertheless, remain the same. "The .reconstruction, of'• Russia is a tremendous enterprise, which will require, perhaps, ten years. Rug'sia's riches are intact, and the'-nation which helps us to gain, a peace footing will share in the profits resulting from the aid they have extended to us. ■;. Foreign capitalists who invest their money in Russia will receive material, .guarantees of ...

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ALLIES' DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

ALLIES' DECISION. LONDON, February 24. The Allies have decided that'they are unable to enter into diplomatic relations with the Soviet until they' are convinced that the Bolshevik horrors are ended, and that the Government is prepared to conform to- the practices of civilised Governments. 'Meanwhile the Allies are 'willing to encourage to the utmost commerce between Russia and the rest, of Europe. They welcome thtfproposai' ,of the' International Labour Bureau and the League of Nations will send a Commission to examine Russian conditions.

Publication Title: Ashburton Guardian
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
Country/State of Publication: New Zealand
ROSTOFF RE-GAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

ROSTOFF RE-GAINED. LONDON, February 24. A Moscow wireless -massage' states that the Bolsheviki • yecaptiired Bostoff after two days' street fighting, and drove the enemy across the Don.

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OPERATIONS IN SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

OPERATIONS IN SIBERIA. LONDON, February 25. . A Vladisvastock message, dated February 12, states that the Soviet army defeated Genial 1 Kappel and' entered Irkutsk and concluded iu>- armistice with tihe 'Czechs. A terrible dynamite explosion ;at Achinsk, in Southern Siberia, wrecked several trains at the station and killed many Polish and Russian soldiers.

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A GERMAN SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

A GERMAN SCHEME. COPENHAGEN, February 2L . i Liivinoff asserts that Germany is en-" tertaining a plan to involve Poland in: war with Soviet Russia, with a view-to 1 taking -±ht opportunity to re-conquer her lost Eastern urovinees." • ■

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LENIN'S "PEACE TERMS." [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

LENIN'S "PEACE TERMS." (Received February 26, 1.30 turn.) ' LONDON, February ;24. It Js .understood, the Supreme Council has been considering proposals of peace from Lenin, which Mr O'Grady "bisought from M. iLitvinoff. "Le Matin" states the terms include the reopening of trade between Uhc Allies and Russia, the abolition of private property in Russia, the dictatorship of the proletariat, and supremacy of an international, as opposed to what Lenin calls tlie capitalistic, League of Nations. . The Supremo Council to-day issued a communique, the main points <of which have already been cabled. It adds that the Allies decided they cannot advise the communities bordering upon the frontiers of Soviet Russia to continue the war, or to adopt a policy of aggression towards Russia, "but if the Soviet attacks them inside their legitimate frontiers, the Allies- will give every possible support.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

SPORTING. WANGAN.Ui RACES {Per Press Association.! WANGANUI, February 26. ' The Wanganui Jockey Club's meet-;i ing opened to-day in unfavourable! weather. It rained heavily through- out the night, and there was a steady'! downpour when racing started. • The ■ track is soft. Results:— i Stewards' Handicap.—•Esthonia 1, Demagogue 2, Jutland 3. Scratched :' Rose Wreath. Won,by half a. length. Time, lmin 50 3-osec. • Petre Hack Handicap.—Kinsem 1, Dainty Step 2, Missgold 3. Scratched : Income, Quiniro, Violante, and Lcgator. Won by a length. Time, lmin 15 4-ssec. Hurdles.—Goldstream 1, Zola 2, Applaud 3. Scratched: Movement. AVon by two and a-half lengths. Time, 4min 8 3-ssee.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

A patent has been taken oiit in America for the mamifncturp of "pearls' 1 from the crystalline lenses of the eyes of fishes and sea' animals, which are. said to be almost .indistinguishable from genuine pearls.

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SECTARIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

SECTARIANISM. MR HOWARD ELLIOTT'S REPLY »Press Association.) AUCKLAND 1, February 25. _ The Rev. Howard Elliott writes, in a reply to the speech by Sir Josepli Ward, as follows: — Sir Joseph Wardi, in .his address at Win.ton, attributed the defeat of himself and his party to the Protestant Political Association, its organisation and propaganda, and referred t6 what he was pleased to describe as "the wretched tactics adopted to bring about that defeat, largely by bringing in sectarianism." That Protestantism, organised for political action for th,e first time in New Zealand, . met and defeated the long-established political organisation of Rome, is unprecedented, I admit, but that "wretched tactics" were adopted I deny. I am prepared 1 t ; o meet Sir Joseph Ward on any public'platform in. defence of those alleged "wretched tactics." Our tactics were clean, above-board and uncompromising. Sir Joseph's reply ...

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CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 February 1920

CLEARING SALE. The National Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd., .held a successful, clearing sale at Lismore yesterday, on behalf of Mr M. Charles There was a good attendance in spite of the unfavourable weather. Following were the, principal sales:— Sheep—l4B..4, 6, and 8-tcoth ewes at 265, 77 2-tooth ewes at 235, 61 2tooth wethers at 23s od, 139 f. and f.m. ewes at 14s 9d>, 125 lambs at 16s 7d. Cattle--Cow £16. empty do. £7 2s Od. Horses—Mare (9vrs) £34. do. 1 (Byrs) £40, do. (7yrs) £37. do. (Byrs) £18. Implements—Roller £11, grass seed cleaner £14 10s 5 disci £15., grubber £11, farm dray '£40, and sundries at current rates.

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