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THE SILESIA DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
THE SILESIA DISPUTE. I _J FEELING IN POLAND. (Per Press Association, Copyright.) LONDON, August 15. The Warsaw correspondent of the &quot;Morning Post&quot; says Poland is disappointed at the Allies' decision regarding Upper Silesia, and is doubtful of the unbiassed character of nitwre; decisons, believing that England will control the League of Nations. Ihe Government is preparing a Note asking for an immediate meeting. Anti- British feeling m Poland is increasing.
FIRE ON STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
FIRE ON STEAMER. OUTBREAK NOW UNDER CONTROL. (Per Press Association, Copyright.) LONDON, August 16. The Union-Castle liner Saxon, bound from Southampton to Capetown, is on fire, and is proceeding to Freetown, Sierra Leone. The steamer Waipara is accompanying her. General J. C. Smuts, Prime Minister * of South Africa, is a passenger m the Saxon. (Received Aucnist 17, 8.55 a.m.) LONDON, August 16. The fire on board the steamer Saxon is under control, and is confined to the bunkers.
COUNTY CENTERS [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
COUNTY CENTERS terian Church headed by the First Canterbury Mounted Band The* church 7 was te, adequate to seat &amp; OSG ho attended the parade. JJ?$ The^lley. J. Johnston preached from Lr^r/vr^Uro-wic^: SS.*SSI 37^13?^ practical and interesting discoui-ee. iUiss Johnston presided at the organ and a' number of appropriate hymns « were sung. After tne service the whole company adjourned to the school ground, where a number of nne selections were given by the band under tue control of Jbieutenant Osborne. There wa 6 a large gathering-of Mayfield residents and .fne surfounding and the really g^od mu^ic wag mv' eh appreci. be desired and the Loyal Mayieil Lodge may congratulate itself on having a very successful annual function. Sptrts CluWaT^eld^th© BampHall on Saturday evening. There was a good representative attendance, and sented, showing that the club had done a considerable amount of business during the past year. The expenditure showed that the club had spent about Sf^Ss...
STARTING OIL ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
STARTING OIL ENGINES. T .. . . cru^lV^^^^^ nightmare. The blow lamp, by means « Ol w&quot;ich the fuel spray is usually « given its initial heat, is- ft device with 4 an almost Satanic cussedness of behaviour. Moreover, its use involves a M considerable amount of time as well as % trouble. Consequently there ought to « be a wide welcome for an ingenious &lt; electric heater developed by a leading i St££?S£rEfii element of high resistance wire placet « m the line of action of the oil spray. * A small amount of current suffices to make this wire white hot» m which I condition is brings the spray rapidly combustion chamber —an arrangement I which gives it long life and great re- [ liability. The electric current required ' for operating the heater is supplied by , a 4-volt or a 6-volt battery charged »ff S,gVkm^tAnf^nedriv^ m means of this device the engine can b© quickly started up from cold without the slightest trouble. Twelve months' trial of the apparatus has shown...
INSPECTING BY X-RAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
INSPECTING BY X-RAYS. —- —&quot;■ X-rays ai-e a form of light which has the power of penetrating substances which are opaque to ordinary light. The more dense the' substance the less it is penetrated, so that the rays falling on a composite body, Buch tLows^a^ind^f^adow^ictuTe^of the hidden parts on a photographic screen. This fact has been utilised *n ie exalQination of manufactured gg ment' Department brought out a port- l able x-ray outfit for examining large
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
—————~ * of fresh shipments of these popular , COVERS and TDBES m a complete range of sizes. THE NEW REVISED PRICE LIST, together with MICHELIN dependability makes it a rea&amp;y econo- mical tyre SSiSs' SiSIS- Sti?t M 815X105 (BeafedEdJf) Tul—£l*B&quot;' 32 x3i £6 4s 6d Tube—l9s 6d 30 x3l £5 15 S 9d Tube 18s 01 v no Co ru t&gt;,,v,~ io,, &quot; PBIS (S Tslwlii q« CPnrH Tvrp^ -LUDe^;t 'J- os- 32x3i £10 18s 9d ■ Tube_l9s 6d. 32 x 4 £13 4s Od Tube £1 3s 33 x 4 £l' 3 12s Od Tube £1 4s ' 3?x4i £15 l&amp; fld Tnb^lti B,' Qd M, ii tie n&lt;W (M TnhT ii iL fill V/rfte ot Call for &lt;^m)Sete SSTIS write or can tor complete price List. l_ i._i &quot;&quot;afc^ pMT &quot;**w 5S&quot;^?!8 SBJ &amp;M*J£ *r^^ • IWMK)^^^^^ &amp;MJS?£3^l '^^^'Z^^JLJ^WFtF 1 - ■•&quot;=- t*^sssS^^~^~^^r=^-^£^&quot;J~^^^^^ai^fc£^^^ IM lfvS^'^l^Tm^ :;mBMU'&quot; rfl I. ■* ffs P^ar JPJ 'MUTOR...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
W^M&amp; ™S- SeSant^sure and cer- T1- 16 aeroplane altitude record, 33,133 ft, was gamed by ». w sch- I'oeder m the United States on Febru- .Tir cMb and ills by ki ng VN.^^° L-&quot; JP 1^ 1!, b. y am^' &quot;Pl^*lollB,- g? cold 1S Nazol- proot. ou aoses is t»a. Coal has jus,t been dfecov^ered m the Isle of Man, which up to the pre- sent, has had to import every ounce frs w -I&quot;NS, gr^ throat SOrenes6 and husklness- Mexico's output of petroleum for tlle y^ar wiU total 00000 barrels, 50 P©r! cent, above that of last ymr ' theirTa^r'neirTx&quot;^
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
, ■ _ &gt; M g QitlirriflV FirQf CAA ihft Anrl • 1 » OC&amp;XUlO^jf fITSX Will S©© XilG GnQ # .!, % s * ' ' mr r I of &quot;H-B's&quot; Great Winter Sale. &gt; 1 - . . 1 /^ /^k M ~ ' k»% Ct/q M L BETWEEN now and then, you have ?*y • v vav m. the chance to buy Bargains of more Va? btfTSv .J K. than usual merit—the Final Clean-up mmmWh l/lt * * before settling down to the work of -^^ffiffl| W ) I C another season. , * /*&quot;—-&lt;r iMUmFs . i%/ W M /&lt;^^*O s s. -r^v&quot;* V S % ; Much as you have saved, you will /^^ N^N^X^H^CSLrH % £ gladly save more when you see &quot;H. 8.&quot; I X.^Vjt TO^ V^-J 9 % . Last Days of Sale Prices. They're I _J&gt; E if « mighty small, but qualities are great! f^p^x. -^T &gt; pXJ 3 £ That is what makes worth-while -==3S^ mlm^Smtaammmmmm^l ■ A W %, ' Bargains—&quot;H.B.&quot; Sale Prices and &lt;3Sx^^^mWmWmmmffSKm^ If- Cc. ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
■«■ ■ mmM'lwl #% I' l.^):|ln'» om Jaao ■■ ca^se. Seated ciwS&quot; JSltotKsK Demons trations tor tne asking. ^ * ■ &gt;_M A s^. Reynolds &amp; Son So.. S.u.h !..». ftism,.. . . fl)^^. mtfitiJL &lt;^=* i^rik 7BtVJZU^ 9 WiOiy^F «i W MSQ&amp;JBBBBHm tS^WaB HIGH FREQUENCY GENERATORS : — . AAA^AVi IWQ lU| ■WBWfcV,&quot; P *%.^*% B»g riw|lCW.l^ &quot; * ■ ■&quot;&quot;' eveey make of motor rsmr-n rrvm T? CAB or MOIOJi-Ult»JjJ!i. ™*iv« o^ w^ .*», -r-, tion and workmanship, i?or AYT, prt &quot;Rprjairs YOU will P Repairs you. „ . . eventuaUy come to us. _ TOl^TilS and €0 ■CJ&gt; &quot;^^^^ *'•.; Tancred Street. rg, ■•■•-■ - g| a^ PHaaMMW^^j^ 7^*23^ c&lt; ■ o &amp; j /[9^v^| 1b ° Smart and J^S^S I***inexpensive f^^SM I Accordeon Pleating J#fn9f &gt; *»;*. the stylish- j S^^ ^v I] little too. We special- : ise m /MfS 2 A »_^ AS A /|CCOTCL6OH JsM*jßi -,-,, , fleatlTlU T^mft...
DARDANELLES TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
DARDANELLES TO-DAY OLD MEMORIES RECALLED. GENERAL HUNTER- WESTON'S VISIT. ' The following vividly-written article by Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Jiunter-Weston, M.P., on the Dardanelles after six years, appeared recently m the London &quot; Times&quot; : — The Dardanelles after six years 1 Six years that have contained more events of importance to the world than six ordinary lustre — aye, more than twice six ordinary decades. On the sixth anniversary of the historic landing I find myself once more on one of his Majesty's ships off Cape Helles, at the same hour and at the same spot, overlooking &quot;V&quot; and &quot;W&quot; Beaches, rendered for ever immortal by the blood of our glorious dead. How much the same it is as I saw it then from the bridge of H.M.S. Euryalus, with Admiral Wemyss at my side; yet what a contrast J The beautiful natural setting and scenery is the same, but now all is solitary and at peace. Six years ago the p...
A BANKER'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
A BANKER'S OPINION. A Bank Manager warmly praise Q-tol for the Hands and for shaving When people realise its intrinsic merit he says Q-tol should beoome a &quot;braa* and butter line.&quot; the beach and! the entanglements to the strong force of Turkish riflemen that manned them. ■■ Yet by nightfall the south-west corner of the peninsula with two good landing-places at &quot;X'&quot;and &quot;W&quot; Beaches, was secured to' us. Heavy counter-attacks by the Turks had been repulsed, and it needed but the morrow's capture of &quot;V&quot; Beach and our advance over the plain to. the north to assure to the British bulldog the grip and bite that bled white the Gorman-led Turkish army. For though tho immediate objects of that Great Adventure were not attained, though the passage of the Dardanelles was never 1 secured, and though the survivors of those wonder-working warriors had to evacuate the ground they had so magnificent...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
tM^^^^^^^^^^^»|t^^^|^_^MM^|^^JM|MMMttMMM^^^MKMM^^^^M_|_^tMttt__B_^^tf_B_jiM MOORE'S §■ ''^^ Of Magnificent New Goods, ___^^^^^^^^^^^A Commences this Week . &quot;W + FASHION has set her seal of V o • s --^ &quot;* * approval on all the lovely styles - &quot;V^ 'Mlniof§ displayed. y^ ' BmWlr MORE particularly have we been Wißti . successful m our purchase of fit'lfF • I MILLINERY and MilKl LADIES' BLOUSES, which are &gt;'W now featured m this ~ ~_B_BBIR-_1 FASCINATING SPRING DISPLAY IN OUR SHOWROOM you will find the most artistic array of Mag- nificent Millinery Models which we have ever had the pleasure of placing before our Patron 9. IN OUR BLOUSE SECTION you will find many charming novelties m all the Newest and Most Dainty Materials. ALTHOUGH all the Latest importations are embodied m this SPRING OFFERING, our well known PRICE REDUCTION POLICY has governed the ticketing of every item, and affords you an opportunity . of making a direct saving on ev...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
® Beautiful Spring Display Wk. S^W| AH the Latest Styles m Models, (^^M /^^N^ Ready-to- Wears and Usitrimmed /Joirk wnms&amp; await your inspection. k^^m^ flfflwftX a^ anc^ see tnis gorgeous . l^^^M display for yourself. ' r |f^^^ W Exclusive Models : W §ljfl(L^ Included m the Display fe^lra JmßbSf this year is a large range ll^Sv °* Exc * us * ye Models m the fsuw Newest Shapes and Colourings. . W%M, 1 1 Window Display W ■ , A special feature is our ■ ? Large Window Display, and *| this alone is worth a visit, as , J it shows the styles for the 4^!k YOUR GARDEN ! -* ... &quot;SOW THE SEEDS OF SUCCESS.&quot; WE STOCK COOPER'S SEEDS FRESH STOCKS. FREE FROM DUST. GUARANTEED TO GERMINATE COOPER'S Selected Vegetable Seeds, 3d Packet. GOOPER'S Flower Seed Specialities— 6d packet. COOPER'S Selected Vegetable Seeds— 6d Packet. C^Vjr^Vv WORK FOR AUGUST. C^y^* &quot;ISl&lt; The advent* of Spring brings a bugy month. 'PSsgS'i^ftrO Sow succession crops o...
STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
STOCK MARKET. PRINCIPAL SALES YESTERDAY. r The following were tlie principal F sales at the A&amp;hburton stock market g yesterday: — s Pat wethers: For Client 18 at 19s, + 29 at 19s Id, 15 at 18s 3d, ,21 at 18s lOd; Witte and Champion (Green- f street), 12 at 18s Id, 13 at 16s 9dj W. Lill (Westerneld), 35 at 16s lid; * 18 At 16s 7d; ' C. ■ H. Jones (Winch- j more), 23 at 20s; client 24 at 24s , 3d. Stores: 41 wethers 13s, 22 m.s. „ &quot;hoggets 8s 9d, 100 2-shear ewes 22is ] 6d. . , Store cattle: 1 cow m calf £12 ss; 1 springer £11 10s, 2 steers £5. Fat cattle: B. Lynn (Allenton), 1 ■ «teer £9, H. Bonifant (Ashburton), 1 oow £12 10s, 1 cow £6.
CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921
CLEARING SALE. A successful clearing sale was held ion. Monday by the National Mortgage .and Agency Co., Ltd., of the stock and implements on the property 'of Mr R. Campbell, Jun., Woodlands, Dromore. The following were among the lines •disposed of: — Sheep— l3s f.m. ewes 13s 10d, 18 do.f 12s 9d, 174 6 and 8-tooth ewes 18s 9d, :30 2 and 3-&amp; hear stud Border Leicester ewes 18s, 36 do. 25 S 9d, 18 Corriedale ewes £3 3s, 5 Border Leicester ram hoggets 1$ guineas, 8 Border Leicester ewe hoggets 15s, 6 Corriedale ram hoggets 2J guineas, 11 Corriedale ewe iioggets 3i guineas. Cattle — Jersey cow m profit £21, Jersey heifer £14. Horses— Gelding (6yrs) £48,, do. &gt;(7yrs) £47, do. (aged) £21, colt (3yrs) £20, gelding (aged) £27, do. £20, 2 foals £18, gelding (syrs) £26, mare (9yrs&gt;) £47, mare (4yrs) £49, do. (7yrs) £45, do. (9yrs) £27, mare (aged) £30, lharnese mare £19, pony £8. Implements — 3-furrow plough £17, do. £18, discs £11 10s, grubber £16, Duncan dr...