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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. ■Y1 •;.:■:■ • ■ t/-r-i— . ~yi -.•jV- i■■ ■ • SYDNEY, August 16.' ;/ The third series of ; ..wool . sales has closed. Good merinoes and fine cross- breds wpre • T|ijehang,^d, but- coarse inferior lots were irregular!

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LIQUOR LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

LIQUOR LEGISLATION. ' o .' „ * 'TRAVELLER'S SWAN SONG.:'; <Per Press Association, Copyright.) LONDON, August 15... The House of Lords passed the Licensing Bill. v LONDON, August 14. Pathetic pleas on behalf of the bona-fide traveller were made m the House of Commons at the all-night discussion on the Licensing Bill. The Attorney-General, Sir Gordon Hewart, m moving for the abolition of the provisioti for travellers, said that he was singing the traveller's- swan song. There was such a thing as a /.bona-fide traveller m the olden . days, because !he had to walk-t hree miles to earn a drink. Nowadays he merely rode. The timo had come to bid him farewell. -; Members lamented the case of a traveller arriving thirsty at an hotel after hours. The Attorney-General replied that if he stayed at the hotel he could drink all night long. Lady Astor cried "Shame 1" .- The amendment was carried abolishing the paraphernalia, of maximum and minimum hours and the...

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POLITICS IN BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

POLITICS IN BRITAIN. LABOUR PARTY'S EXPECTATIONS'; (Per Press Association, . Copyright.) LONDON, August 15. i - ! Mr Egertoi? IP. Wake, national agent of the" Labour Party, is resigning from his candidacy for Barrow, on the ground of the increasing responsibility of his position. He writes:- "We anticipate a general election within a few months, for which we are trying to obtain 500 Labour candidates. We intend to organise the greatest attempt so far made to capture political power m Britain."

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THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS. BRITISH DELEGATES TO ASSEMBLY. (Per Press Association, Copyright.) LONDON, August 15. la the House' of Commons, Mr Lloyd George, replying to a question, said he was unable to give the names of "the Australian and Canadian representatives at the League of Nations Assembly. South Africa would be represented by Sir Edgar Walton. High Commissioner, India by the Maharao df Kutch, the Hon. S. V. Sastri, and Sir William Meyer, and Britain by Lord Robert Cecil and Professor Gilbert Murray, vice-chairman of the Executive of the League of Nations Union. [About a fortnight ago it was stated that Air A. J. Balfour and Mr H. A. L. Fisher, Minister of Education, would be two of the British delegates to the League of Nations Assembly. Last week Mr Austen Chamberlain, m the House of Commons, indicated that Sir J. Rennell Rodd, late British Ambassador at Rome, would also be a delegate. Lord Robert Cecil questioned i/he desirability of the British delegates to the ...

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SEVEN-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

SEVEN-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT. The Ashburton County Rugby Union met last evening, Mr F. B. Robilliard presiding. Mr J. Stewart reported that the school teachers were arranging a junior seven-a-side on August 27, the day of the union's tournament. The following officials were appointed for the union's tournament: — Management Committee: Messrs A. Thomson, W. F. Watters, F. W. Seldon, A. McDonald, F. B. Robilliard, and E. J. O'Brien. Timekeepers: Messrs T. J. Hunter, A. Christie, E. Robilliard, and A. T. Robertson. Line umpires: Messrs J. Henderson, V. Chambers, C Ingram, W. Page, F. Pritchard, E O'Malley, J. M. Mcßae, and A. Thomson. The chairman announced that there would.be a senior entry for the tournament from the Leeston Club. It was also reported that there would be entries from Christchurch and Timaru. It was decided to close the third grade competition, the Ashburton A team being declared the winner.

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TOURNAMENT AT RAKAIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

TOURNAMENT AT RAKAIA. A meeting of the members of the a Rakaia Football Club and of the Rakaia Schoolboys' Football Club ' was held m the Library on Monday evening for the purpose of appointing officials and supervising the draw for the sevena-side tournament to be held on the Rakaia Domain, on Saturday. Entries have been received from schools m the Ashburton and Selwyn counties. As a curtain-raiser the senior club has arranged to play a seven-a-side match between teams from the third grade. This match was fixed to start at 1.30 p.m., and the schoolboys' tournament at 2 p.m. There will be time afterwards for the visitors to partake of refreshments and catch their respective trains. ; The following officials were appointed:—Timekeeper, Mr L. Cordner; touch Judges, Messrs W. W. Laraman, W. Cromie, A. Greygoose, Albert Mead, and S. Laraman; secretary and treasurer, Mr W. E. Judkins; disputes /committee, Messrs C. Evison, C. E: Featherstone, and G. Tatterson; refere'es, Messrs H. Cromie...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

For Coughs and Colds.; never fails. Wood's 3reat Peppermint Gnre,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

BUSINESS NOTICES. /"* ~ SLIPPERS. FOR these cold nights, the fireplace, an easy chair, and a good -warm pair of slippers cast over one the spell of complete cdmfort and contentment. We have m stock a fine range of Slippers, m sizes to 'suit all feet and prices to suit all pockets. Men's Strong Carpet Slippers, 9s 6d. Women's Felt Slippers, warm and comfortable, 8s 9d. Children's Sli^ pers, all sizes, 2s 6d to 6s 9d. WOMEN'S SHOES. Ladies' Blue Box-calf Plain Shoes, latest shade and style, 35s Qd. Ladies' Patent Shoes, style and neat- , ness combined, 36s 6d. Ladies' Nigger Tan Plain Shoes, fash- ionable shape, 31s 6d. Ladies'. Blain< Box-qalf Oxford Shoes, - 295:;6d. : :-.. '- .:i: ■ . ... =';.;: .. • Ladies' Nigger Tan High-legged- • : Boptqy/. very .stylish .shape, 39s 6d. See Our (Windows 'for Other Lilies. H> MEN'S, BOOTS. Men's Box-calf Derby Boots, stout sole, wids (tread, 37s 6d. Men's iPlain Boxcalf Derby BootSj very;: comfortable, 36s 6d. ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

BUSINESS NOTICES. T. J. DGWLER. SADDLER, RAKAIA. HARNESS, Collar, Saddle, and Cover Repairs a speciality. Best Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. Lowest Cash Quotations given for all Classes New Horse and Cow Cov- ers; also, Harness of all Descriptions, Riding Saddles, etc., etc. A Trial Solicited. Cx Telephone No. 65. GUMS. GUMS. August is the Best Month for Planting. GUMS are recognised as the Best Timber Trees. MESSRS J. MILLICHAMP AND SONS offer the following Varieties, which are recommended by the N.Z. Government : — Eucalyptus Globulus (Blue Gum). Eucalyptus Stuartiana.. Eucalyptus) Viminalis.' Eucalyptus McArthurii. PRlCE— Strong well-grown Plants, m Boxes, 20s per 100. Pinus Insignus , 2-yr-old, 15s per 100. We can also supply choice fwell- grown Fruit Trees, 2s each, 20s dozen ; Roses, 2s each, 20s dozen. Gooseberries or Currants, 9d each, 8s per dozen. Ornamental and Flowering Shrubs, Herbaceous Plants, ( etc., m stock. All Orders delivered to Our Store Twice Daily. THOM...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

NATIONAL MORTGAGE & A. CO. NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY, OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD, ASHBURTON. FARMERS. Your Interests are Our Interests. SEED. WHEAT. SEED- SEED. WHEAT. *eed. SEED. WHEAT. SEED. Following our usual custom we have paid Particular Attention to the Selection of lines s uitahle for Seed. We have Splendid Sampled, off all classes of country. DON'T FORGET 'A GOOD CHANGE OF SEED Is worth an extra 5 Bushels to the Acre. SEED. V^HfeAT. SEED. SEED. WHEAT. SEED. SEED. WHSeAT, SEED. GRAIN MANURE. '' . ' • ' ' ' ;■';'•■ . „ If you want the BEST out of a .Horse — ,fe Feed It Properly. If you want the BEST out of a Cow- Feed It Properly. If you want the BEST out of a Sheep— r , 1 Feed it Properly. If you want the BEST out of- ! YOUR LAND, FEED ...IMPROPERLY. And this can only b? done by using " NAT lONAL". FERTILISERS. We can supply you from ASHBURTON, METHVEN, LYNDHURST, RAKAIA, MAYFIELD. ( NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY, OF NEW ZEALA...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

LAND AND GENERAL. WEIGHT, STEPHENSON: AND CO., LTD. Grain and Seed Merchants. FOR S ALE . M.D. COWGRASS. „ COWGRASS. „ ALSYKE. „ ALSYKE. „ LUCERNE. „ LUCERNE. „ CRESTED DOGSTAIL. ; „ CRESTED DOGSTAIL. i „ TIMOTHY. „ TIMOTHY. „ COCKSFOOT. „ COCKSFOOT. „ PERENNIAL RYEGRASS „ PERENNIAL RYEGRASS „ ITALIAN RYEGRASS. „ ITALIAN RYEGRASS. „ WESTERN WOLTHS. „ WESTERN WOLTHS. „ GARTON OATS. „ GARTON OATS. „ YIELDER OATS. „ YIELDER OATS. „ LEADER OATS. „ LEADER OATS. „ ALGERIAN OATS. „ ALGERIAN OATS. I All Lines guaranteed clean and of good germination. ,Wrlt^ or Call for Samples., WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND ■■ . * »>:.;(/- "!. f('i ■ : - --, ■. ■ ■ EVANS if fifb BqLL. f J. R. EVANS.' RQLAISiD BULL. Licensed-Land Broker. (Est'd 1881). CAN BE WORKED, FROM CHRIST- CHURCH. „ PwHA ACRES, Sweet HilJ . Country . OvJvJ Five miles from Catbedral Square. Al sheep land, 300 acres ploughable, and 70 acres now broken up. Splendidly fenced and plenty of water. Suit dealer. PRICE REDUC-...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

LAND AND GENERAL. i •■■■• ■■■ ■ •. «--- - ■■•.•■. FOR SALE. A COMFORTABLE Homestead at Dromore, containing 48 Acres, divided into eeven paddocks, well watered. Fourteen Acres m Green Oats, well fenced. Cowshed, trapshed, piggery, and an orchard containing 50 Fruit Trees, which are well sheltered. There is a Dwelling on the land, containing Four Rooms and a Scul- lery. FERRIMAN AND CO. "IX7E have available for Investment on Rural Security, at 6J per cent., sums of £1000, „£ISOO. £2250,; and £3000. >' " FEBiREttAN AND CO. ! ' " •" ■'■'>•; V.W-- : ..i.'iV'vpi. }■>,■; Vj: '; .< ' •I' ■ i" ; .;m.".fl y; '_-r J 0> 1 O; ..'... :'■:'• ■'• ,'• "-•■ WO ::.■.-. Tft'j.wt.i-0... -.(":• • •■■■■■■' ' i>-^ ■ ■ '■■■• a- )ijq;ris ;ji».v v '" .•• • ./. .,„,. .... ..,-. ] ■ ' -r .' ; *•■ ■.• '.■'. ''...- ' ', t ■•■ j ■ . •...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 17 August 1921

LAND AND GENERAL. LAND DEPARTMENT, '7: H^ WE have been instructed by the Owners of the following Proper- , ties to find Purchasers BY PRIVAaSB No. 1—250 ACRES College Lease, with long term to run, at a low rental. The land varies from sweet sheep country to wheat and dairying. Excellent situation, half- way between railway line and the hills. The farm is being worked m rotation; wheat now going u». Grows good grasses, clover, and cocksfoot. Price for goodwill, £750. Good value, - and -well worth enquiry. A STRAIGHT OUT LEASE. METHVEN'S FERTILE SOIL. No. 2—400 ACRES, Wheat Land, to* gether -with modern homestead, up-to-date m every particular. 60 acres wheat', more going m. Other paddocks m preparation for oats, rape, turnips, etc. Close y. to Methven; handy to Dairy Fac- A tory. Force of circumstances jl bring _/ this property within you?-o reach, m the shape of a straight- out lease for five years, at «• very low margin of interest <m - the price of the Freehold. If the ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 18 August 1921

The Ashburton Guardian. ,VOL. XLII. No. 9584. ASHBURTON, NEW ZEALAND : THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1921. EIGHT PAGES— TWOPENCE.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 18 August 1921

ANNOUNCEMENTS. IN MEMORIAM. "WAKEHAM.— In loving memory of Iris May, only beloved daughter of Gilbert and Elsie Wakeham, who died on August 18, 1920; aged 7 years. "So dearly loved, so sadly missed." ~»Tis sad, but it's time, though we can- not tell -why, '{The best are the first that are called on to die. Little we thought we would lose you so soon, . little loved darling, just m your bloom. Memory recalling, m fanc^ we trace, Iris, our darling, your sweet little face; ' -Our sorrow was great, our loss hard to bear, , But angels, dear Iris, will guard you with care. — Inserted by her loving grannie and auntie. ' ; ACKNOWLEDGMENT. 'iHMTRS John Smith and Daughter 'lIJL also Mrs Hannah. Smith and Family, desire to tender their sincere Thanks to all kind friends and rela- tives for letters, telegrams, floral :iiributeß, and expressions of sympathy •m their recent sad bereavement. PROFESSIONAL. MONEY TO LEND. I HAVE various Special Sums of Money fo...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 18 August 1921

BUSINESS NOTICES. CANTERBURY FLOUR MILLS. •jtCANUFACTURERS of;— "SUPREME," FLOUR. Office m Arcade— 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays. OELDON BROS., GRAIN MERCHANTS. District Agents : — Yorkshire Insurance Co. Stocks of CORNSACKS, TWINE, Etc., held at our i LYNDHURST STORES. MURDOCH BRUCE, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANT. T ICENSED Government Broker fur JLi the Purchase and Sale of Wheat. Storage Accommodation for Grain at Lowest Current Rates. I HAVE FOR SALE:— Splendid Samples of Tuscan Seed Yfheat, Ryegrass, Cocksfoot, and Clovers for Spring Sowing. Agent for: — - FAIRFIELD MANURES. BRUE TEA. MURDOCH BRUCE, P.O. Box 4, West St., Ashburton. CYCLES, TYRES, FOR— And ACCESSORIES. We are, as we have always been, since we established our business here nine years ago, the shop with low prices and good honest value. We have gained the reputation of having the Largest and Best Selected Stock m Ashburton, and Our Prices are Right i A Trial will convince you that you cannot do bett...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 18 August 1921

PUBLIC NOTICES. LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICE. TjIVIDENCE having been furnished -Li of the loss of Certificate of Title Volume 62, Folio 76, ~for Lot 125 De- posit Plan 309, Paxt Rural Section 6552, District of Ashburton, whereof Peter Stewart, of Ashburton, Labour- er, is the Registered Proprietor, and; application having been made to me' * r m the issue of Provisional Certificate of Title for the said Land, I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that it is my intention, to issue such Provisional Certificate of Title at the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the Gazette containing this notice. Dated at the Land Registry Office at Chnstchurch this 16th day of August, 1921. y c oon „• C> E - NALDER, o dZd District Lapd Registrar. COLDSTREAM ROAD BOARD. PUBLIC NOTICE. SURVEYOR'S ROAD, from Black- bridge to Lowcliffe-Hinds Road, will be CLOSED from AUGUST 18th until further notice for Bridge Re- newal on Boundary Creek. WM. C. FORD, Clerk, Coldstream Road Board. ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 18 August 1921

MEETIAIGS AND EVENTS. ASHBURTON ATHLETIC CLUB (Incorporated). BOXING. BOXING BOXING. BOXING: rjiHEATRE ROYAL, SEPTEMBER 17. NOVICE AND OPEN TOURNA- MENT. All Weights. ENTRIES . CLOSE SATURDAY September 12th. 8 350 ' PAGE Hon. Sec. BUSINESS NOTICES. SEEDS. SEEDS. SEEDS. WE have a Choice Collection of New Season's Flower and Vege- table Seeds, and can supply m jacket or m bulk. Also,— Eight Varieties Choice Early Seed Potatoes m Stock. Fresh Cabbage Plants Daily. T. J. MEACLEM AND SON. Tancred St. 'Phone 451. NOTICE. MR JAMES YOUNG, v of Young and Craig, Chiropractors, Christchurch, may now be consulted at the "Somerset" on the Afternoons of Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday only (owing to the Railway "cut."), between the hours of 2 and 5. Consul- tations Free. BAKEH BROS., SHAW, AND I FRASER desires to intimate that they are prepared to do all kind? of Building Work, particularly Jobbing Work- All Work entrusted to their care will have...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 18 August 1921

AMUSEMENTS AND FUNCTIONS. TTTIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. A Gorgeous Presentation. Magnificent Dresses. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. The Strangest Marriage on Record. ; Bonny "The Woman Bessie — in — Michael Barriflcale Married." "The Woman Michael Married." What You'll See in— • "The Woman Michael Married." Fancy diving stunts by a famous woman swimmer — Bessie Barriseale m a naughty-naughty bathing suit—^A Gorgeous Roman Salon Set with the Elite of Italian Society functioning — An exciting polo game m ]}rogress and a darng fall— An ultra-fashionable dinner party given m a swimming pool, with shapely girls arrayed m daring bathing suits — How the smart set of Long Island kill old man Ennui — Bessie Barriscale m the latest crea- tions of feminine apparel. Also, a Remarkable Picture of: The Liverpool Grand National The Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase of 1921. ; x Steeplechase of 1921. Thrills and Spillsr— The Most Se...

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