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LADIES' AND GENT'S CYCLES.
BS.A. AND COVENTRY
ON VIEW,
mlxj"i ,8 Cycle
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Works,
Stafford Street, Timaru.
LAM BORN (Phone 274).
TIMARU. CANTERBURY.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
TNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY,
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OF N.Z.. LTD.
WHITCOMBE
Cirounistaacea Permitting.
Cargo received till noon on day of
BUBINESS NOTICES.
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MEETINGS AND AMUSEMENTS.
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PHONE 661.
OBTAINABLE FROM A. «•*«■*!,
J. FYFE
TIMARU.
Winter Sale.
50 DOZEN
MISS
Hi
YOUR TAILOR
jeeommodation.
FLAVOUR
COOL,
And the Last Word
Satisfaction.
You are invited
O. STRACHAN'S
CLARICE'S
Kimutaka 8,898 well'ton
Ruahiae 11,000 Well'ton
Ruapehu
9,880 Well'ton
Remuer* 11,500 I Well'ton
10th Juiv
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At_
Novembe
For further particulars aoply:
THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING
COMPANY (LTD).
TOBACCONISTS'
SALOONS,
THE FAMOUS LOEWE. 8.88.,
AND GB.D. MAKES ARE ALSO
INCLUDED IN THE PRESENT
FINE WNDOW DISPLAYS AT
BOTH SHOPS
12 to*2 daily; 3 coufeeß.
HOT TEAS FROM 5 O'CLOCK
MORNING AND AFTERNOON5 TEA
with Home Made Bread.
Best American, Australian and
Try our
minion Confectionery.
of Butter Nuggets, 8d Tin. And
2s
6d lb.
Milk Chocolate,
Try
lib of our 2s and 2s
It's Delicious.
TEA.
PIE& with Home Made Bread
Strathallan Street, Timarn-,
HAW,
SAVILL
AND ALBION
.iss
COMPANY (LTD.).
H. C. Strachan.
The, Direct Line of Steamers to
England.
VLi PANAMA.
The largest passenger steamers in the
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THE NEXT TEN DAYS
ALL TRIMMED MILLINERY
Sailings (Circumstances Permitting).
Tons.
Eteamer.
(Late
and
of
Bay)
Wel'ton
To follow Wel'ton
TainuS
10.000 \To follow Wel'ton A FEW
BARGAINS
[l2.S'' \To follow Wel'ton
lonic
for
Accommodation
Ist, 2nd, and
3rd class.
SPORTS COATS, Coloured Silk and
All Twin Screws, fitted with WireWool.
less Telegraphy and C.0.2 Patent Fire A FEW
DOZEN COMBINATIONS,
Extinguisher.
Passages from London
Woven, White and Natural
to
may he arranged here.
clear 3s lid 4s lid.
MAIDS'
and
SOMEN'S
RAINCOATS
For full particnlara apply to the
to clear at SPECIAL PRICES.
Agents—
NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND A DURING THE NEXT TEN DAYS,
00. OF NZ. (LTD.}:
DALGETY AND CO. (LTD).
BEST SHEET STEEL.
~
.
.
Ash-pans
TO FIT ANY GRATE.
Stock, including:—
MADE
AT SHORTEST NOTICE
GUARANTEED.
;
[
BUYERS
ARESEPARATED
OF
CREAM.
Highest Prices given for
DAIRY
HOME
Butter Fat.'
i
Pull weights and tests.
Railage paid from any
Boufch Canterbury.
station in
F. A. JOYNT.
Secretary, Temuka.
•A.1.A., N.Z., A.P.A., S.Z.,
Accountant and Auditor,
Secretary, Licensed Sharebroker.
HAY'S
NEW
Lemon, Saxe. V.
A NEW SHIPMENT OF MILLINERY
AT REDUCED PRICES.
SEE WINDOW.
Misses Anderson,
THE BLOUSE SPECIALISTS,
Opp. Stone Sta'oles.
LIVE-STOCK.
LTD.
ACCIDENT.
MOTORCARS.
TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, AND
AGENTS.
TIMARU BRANCH:
Rose, Pink, Flame,,
PRICES RANGING FROM 29a.
ZEALAND
MARINE.
col-1
Apricot. Sky and Cream.
Phone 235.
INSURANCE CO..
fIRE.
aro particularly dainty, and the
ours are:—
TIMARU.
BUILDINGS,
P.O. Box 53
Cre
LEABANT
POINT
FACTORY.
CARRIACJIB
SECOND-HAND VEHICLES FOB
SALE.
£2O
£lO
£l2
£l4
£lO
£9O
Light Spring Dray, good as new
Spring Cart.
Double Biijggy, Pole and Shafts.
Light Sprng Dray.
Rustic Cart.
Motor Car.
Secure
Requirements
yptir
TOBACCO,
of
SHAVING REQUIS-
ITES. STATIONERY, ETC.,
from
ESTABLISHMENT.
Gilbey's Dry Gin.
Boord's Dry Gin.
5 STAFFORD STREET SOUTH.
Bol's Dry Gin.
Wolfe's Schnapps.
Schn*pns.
Tiner Head
DRAFT WHISKY.
D.C.L.. Very Old Special, 8s 8d bottl*
Very Old Scotch Whisky. 7s 6d bottl*
Dewar's Special (Draft), 8s 6d bottle
Hollands Geneva Square, from 0s hot.
Dry Gin from 9s per bottle.
Draft Brandy, 7s 6d per bottls
WINES.
Port, Claret, Constantia, Fronti
3s 6d per bottle, or £2 per l
SPECIAL PRICES QUOTED FOR*
CASE LOTS.
*
C. RQOGERS,
PARCELS securely packed and tof
warded to any address. Kindly
forward Postal Notes with Order
as the Prices are bedrock.
AdA
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MAN'S SOLACE.
Tk«j Pipe of Contentment.
THE 8.8.8.
Cr. Sophia and Church
Wreaths, Bouquets
«
Refreshments Provided.
NOTICE.
THE
Street*.
Good Muaio;
Grand March at -8 p.m.
TO-NIGHT,
TJsual Fortnightly Assembly
will be held' in the Unitarian
£K
THimSDAY..Gents -2s, Ladies
a
Address: DOMINION HILL.
TO-NIGHT.
jUBLIC
LECTURE.
Unitarian Hall 8 P.M.
Subject: "Some Problems in Arithmetic with Special Reference to Government Finance."
&
Gents Ticket 4s, Ladies Is.
MAN"!
C.P.C.A.. LTD.
OUEENSLAND INSURANCE Co. Ltd.
rSTE havo and ■ are making more"
fTfjE HAVE PLEASURE in advisine i CLEANLINESS.
VV Progress than any other Offico.
VV those requiring a Company of
HOME COMFORT.
R. OR.WIN. Manager.
LOWEST KATES, SQUARE DEALUndoubted Standard to act as—
REASONABLE
TARD7F.
AND PROMPT ATTENTION
and
Trustees
ING.
Executors
under Wills
LIVERY BTABLES
to Clients' requirements are three
Trustee under Marriage and other
25s
FAIRLIE CHARGES.
PER WEEK
why
of
the
reasons
we
'
Settlements
are
BEDS
always
ahead.
HORSE STANDS, Is, after 10 p.m. Is Attorney and Agents for Persons
MEALS
3d
1»
2s.
Feed,
4s,
Livsry,
Cash
CLASS
OF
EVERY
�xtra.
the Dominion.
INSURANCE
Leaving
including LIFE transacted.
Hooked ss. Hires as per arrangement. Trustee of Existing Trusts in
Plata REFURNISHED.
Under New Mas. Agent for
Do not forget my 40 H.P. Jeffery
of Trustees wishing tt Retire.
:
agement.
H. E. MARTIN. M.R.C.V S.
PASSENGER MOTOR, available at That we have been appointed CHIEF
Note Address—
reasonable charges for all work excurAGENTS for the
JUST NEAR POST OFFICE.
sions, etc.
CUARDIAN TRUST & EXECUTORS,
BOURN,
W. L.
£O. OF N.Z.. LTD.
j MRS OWEN, PROPRIETRESS.
NURSERYMAN, SEEDSMAN,
AND FLORIST-
—
BESWICK-
Phone. 715-
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STREET*
-.
Secretary.'
WELCOME HOME SOCIAL
be given to Captain P.
Ehvorthy, Trooper TV. Davison
Privates R. S. McMillan, and
idtken, in the Southburn School
FRIDAY, , July 4th, commencing
A
Ladies a Basket.
HILTON
SOCIAL will he held in the
Public Hall. Fairlie, on THURS-
July 3rd, to welcome home the
following soldiers—Sergeant; J. O'Neil,
A. 'Loomep.,
H. Valentine, T. Milne, E. Wade J.
J
Donald,
Ellis,
E.
"W. Coll," J.
Mac
will Holland, and L. C. Scott.
A.
Visiting Soldiers cordially invited.
and
HUsual Charges.
on
at
W. J. ORMANDY,
DAY,
Private J. Turkington,
HALL.
G RAN D CONCERT
In Aid of Piano and Hall Fund.
THURSDAY, July 10, 8 P.M.
Under the Direction of Mr James
Johnson, of Temnka.
Dance to Follow
Good Refreshments
Provided.
AJmission: Concert 2s;
Dance, Gents Is 6d; Ladies and Returned Soldiers Fr«e.
Hon. See. F.P.S.O.
GERALDINE RETURNED SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION.
"»HE DANCE OF THE YEAR will
be held in the Volunteer Hall
July
on THURSDAY,
3rd, 1919.
Grand March 8 p.m. Excellent music.
Double Tickets 3s 6d.
C. F. DYER,
Hon. Secretary,
ST. ANDREWS CALEDONIAN
SOCIETY.
CONCERT AND DANCE.
FRIDAY, 18th JULY;
ANNUAL
;
Mr Naylor and Party from Timafu
•will /render several items.
Telephone
.:■ /:?•
HOUSE'
TEMUKA.
■-
MARRY THE GIRL
and be
PHOTOGRAPHED
'J HE
EVENTFUL
ART
PHOTOGRAPHER,
by
DAY
9 George Street,
TIMARU.
Who specialises in Wedding
and when in
Groups,
Christchurch photographed
Wedding
more
than
any
other
grapher.
Groups
photo-
Special BackWedding
for
Groups, and absolutely the
Latest Effect.
I have
a
;^
Nd^:B7.
ASOCIAL
AND DANCE will be
held iii the School House "on
B'RIDAY, July 4tih, at 8 p.m., sharp.
Gents 2s 6d.
MEN'S
WILLOW
Ladies a Basket.'
TAN
DERBY
BOOTS, English Make, Broad Toes. Proceeds in. aid. of the Piano Fund.
SALE PRICE 18s lid per pair.
MEN'S TAN
SERVICE
BOOTS,
ARUNDEL.
Crockett and Jones' Make.
TEMUKA SALE PRICE, 46s 6d pair.
BOSTOCK
MEN'S
Best
BOOTS,
Quality. All Sizes.
SOCIAL in aid of the Sheiltor
TEMUKA SALE PRICE, 28s 6d pair.
Shed for Arundel School will 'be
_J.,
MEN'S STOUT NAILED SHOOTERS. held
in the Howard Hall on JUL¥
A Solid Boot
commencing at 8 p.m. sharp.
TEMTJKA SALE PRICE., 18s 6d pair. 4th
6d.
Ladies Is
LADIES' CHROME DERBY SHOES, Admission: Gents 2s
made by MeKehlay's, Dunedin.
Guaranteed Solid Leather.
All
Sizes.
WANTED KNOWN.
TEMTJKA SALE PRICE, 15s lid pair.
ANKLE
CHILDREN'S
STRAJ'
SHOES, all Leather.
(LATE PURDOM AND CO.),
TEMTJKA SALE PRICE, 3s 11 pair.
RUBBER HEELS, Shape of Heels..
TEMUKA.
Ladies' and -Gents.
TO CLEAR 4d per pair,
UP-TO-DATE
BARGAINS FOR ALL
AT FOOTWEAR SALE.
C. Davidson,
Tailor and Outfitter,
'
Telephone 398
for appointment.
'Chairman.
UPPER WAITOH.I.
ground
Ring
FENWICK,; /p
'■.!..."
Stafford Street.
THE BRIDAL
"
;.
SOLDIERS' SOCIAL.
,
SOIITEBTJRN.
S p.m.
Gents 2s 6d.
Proceeds in Aid of. School Funds.
-
JAS. STEWART,
'•'
EUCHRE PARTY and DANCE
l -will be held m the School Room
on FRIDAY, 4tli July, at 7.45 p.m.
Sharp. Gents Is, Ladies a Basket.
BOOT IMPORTER
ou
'THE LEADING INSURANCE
Dressi"
THURSDAY, KMdi JITLy, igi .
Prizes for Best; Fancy Dresses.
"COOKHAM
PIG CONSIGNMENT TO HAND.
ARTISTS—TWO
,
Oddfellows' Hall,
BARGAINS IN FOOTWEAR
FOR ALL;
ROWLAND WATSON'S,
Chief Agent—
B A L L.
PLANT NOW—Seeds of Peas, Leti tuce, .Onion and Broad Beans.
BEN WADE.
SALOON—TWO
:
at short notice.
Phone, 233.
Freishfc.
Centra! Private Hotel
'
Hon. Secretary.
PRICKS RIGHT.
ROYAL HOTEL, BESWICK ST.
mJ&ALB
™
J. W. CHAMBERLAIN,
now ready.
EASTWOOD'S
TOBACCONIST AND FANCY GOODS
j J.D.K.Z.
A
...
.......
Ornamental Trees
I have a specially fine
stock of the above, Clean,
Healthy and Well-grown.
Orders by Post
promptly attended to.
SOUTH-ENDERS.
STAFFORD STREET.
FAIRLIE LIVERY STABLES,
......
ete., ete.
SOTJTH-ENDERS.
Case Whipky from Bs per bottl*.
Old Draft Brntidv. £2 8? a Gallon
CINS (SQUARE).
Hollands Geneva.
G. FAHAY, Hon. Sec.
Moncreiff
„
Fruit Trees
BEST OF SOLDER AT "WHOLESALE
PEICE.
Phona 798.
Crawford's Special Whisky.
Heather Dew Whisky.
Canadian CTab.
,
Bimboula ......'..'.....'.. Florence Young
Uncle Noel Jc-libeau
John Forde
Rosine
Eva Webber
Simone
Oliye Godwin
.'.'
Madame Bax
"WELCOME HOME SOCIAL and
Addie Lennard
.'.'.'.'.
•Teannette
Maie Baird
PRESENTATION of
be
held at Cave on FRIDAY,
will
Dancers
Robert
Robert
MoKinnon
Fw±%\
by
George A. Highland July 4.
fenced
The
following
.Ballets
Returned Soldiers will
Arranged by Minnie Harper.
Medals t—Privates F. Graham,
Musical Director
E. J. Roberts receive
A. Graham. J Graham, and Gunner
PLANS AT THE BRISTOL.
H. Winter.
Prices—DC. and R.S. 6s; Stalls 4s,
rib Zs.
Plus Amusement Tax.
Admission—Gents 2s 6d, Ladies Is 6d,
Forest Trees
Flowering 1 Shrubs
NEXT GLENIE'S STABLES.
\berdeen Scotch Whisky.
Eijccre Old Scotch Whisky.
■
Barley Bree Scotch Whisky
Bobbie Burns Scotoh W-hiiky,
4
Violet Yorke
T." CORLET,
GENERAL TINSMITH.
A .B.C.
Gladys
Plain and Fancy
Now is the time to plant
all descriptions of Nursery-
.
j
j
CO-OPERATIVE
CO.. LTD.
,
TEMUFA.
Mignon
AND
GAUGE, MADE OF THE VERY
I. A. Blackwood
Claymore Whisky.
...............
N N U- A L
Rhubarb Roots
WHISKY.
'
Alphonse
Delphine
QUANTITY; SIZE,
.
Old D.C.L. Special Whisky, £2 8s
Gallon.
Jameson's 3 Star Whisky.
Dewar's Imperial
Denar's Special
Johnny Walker Square.
,
SUTHERLANDS.
ANY
»,
BRANDY.
Hennessey's 3 Star Brandy.
Meukow 8 Star Brandy.
Rochemont 3 Star Brandy.
Roulette Old Liaueur Bc-andy,
Case Brandy from Ba.
including Waltzing
.
-
WHOLESALE PRICES.
12,231
Bouchotte'
........
PLEASANT, POINT CALEDONIAN
SOCIETY.
AH Work;~ Done by the Proprietor
OLD MATURED LIQUOR
m?
and Two-Stepping.
Jack Ralston
Phil Smith
;
MORRISON,
SACRIFICED AT SPECIAL PRICES. 10 clear direct from bcwtd
l**s than
12,045
Athenic
Corinthio
'
4d
an
......
%
Tins
Nut
STAFFORD ST.. Near Old Bank.
Will be
Fid port
'
cons,ented
-
give
SKATINC,
i
of Wednesday
Basket.
Do-
■
fcrawa
Date.
Butter, 9d.
MRS
vURING
New Zealand Trade.
J.TYFE,
TOI-TOI
3 COURSE LUNCHEON
BniHinasV
+
...
Miss H, C. Strachan's,
(Theatre Buildings and Shepherd's
to
EXHIBITTrw
....
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at—
HaS kindly
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-
to inspect
ATTRACTION
...
Ham Sandwiches Is pet Dbsjeni
Luncheon Boxes packed for the TrainThermos Flasks failed.
BEEF TEA AND HOT DRINKS.
HOT BUTTER CRUMPETS; at the
Toi Toi for Tea. For Sale Is 6d
'.■"'.per Dozen.
HAYU YOU TRIED THE
GIVING
in Pipe
ssjsks
„
CORONATToThALiT
•
ARGE Modern Twin-Screw Passen_J
ger Steamers, with unsurpassed
\
10*
tO BUSS.
RO\AL COMIC OPERA COMPANY,
Including
WOODBURY
FLORENCE YOUNG,
In tlie Initial Presentation here of the
Stupendous London Gaiety Musical
iUJM »^*»
Comedy Success,
Bth. July, at 8 pTm
"OH! OH! DELPHINE!"
Admission: Gents 3s, Ladies Is
"OH! OH! DELPHINE!','
A RICHES, Secretary.
A Ratting, Rollickin" Dashing,' Picturesque Musical
in Three
BURKE'S
PASS.
Resplendent Acts,
CAST OF CHARACTERS
AND MADE TO LOOK EQUAL TO
S??/ L
ND
NEW.
(In the order in which they appear):
will be
Burk e's Pass on FRI/...
Orderly
t
Percy Claridge DAY, Wy,4th
1919, to Welcome Home
Colonel Pomponnet
Leslie Holland M«,or Hayter, M M Gunner G.
HAS YOUR HAT (Felt or Straw) Blum
Ro™
Oliver Peacock Rifleman
Annus and
A Hall Porter
Keeffe'
Harry Rateliffe Non-Subscribers 2s 6d.Rifleman
LOST IT'S SHAPE
Music
supplied
Victor Jolibe.au
Reginald Roberts by Alaury Band.
Louis Gigoux
ALL
(Silver Mounted)
SPBrr??
IS
A TRESIENDdUS PRODUCTION.
«wnr /t
for the
bPMJIAL
TO-MORROW
(THURSDAY) NIGHT
PEACE SUIT OR COSTUME
TO-MQRROW
tePMIEAL
(THURSDAY) NIGHT
A CHOICE RANGE OP MATERIALS
EXPERT FINISH
(LIMITED)
XcVwnXIAMSON
•POTat
'
Presents the
ROYAL COMIC OPERA COMPANY,
*-<"««
"
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.
Big Winter Sale
A.
n
J.' C. Williamson Ltd.
Manager; ...........v.......;.. John FarrelJ
BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FANUX
REBLOCKED
HAVE
IT
Back to Pre-war Prices in oil • DepartGOODS.
By the
STEAMERS fitted with Wire-is Assorted Ribs, Cotton and Wool. 2s 3u
This Sale will be memorable
ments.
TheService
FOR Is lid
less Telegraphy.
McKITTERICK
BLOCKING
HAT
No 6 ENVELOPES.
as a THANKSGIVING LOW-PRICE
2xl Ribs, Cotton and Wool. 2s lid
w
expected to resume in February.
aor
AGENCY.
J'ri.vate and Commercial Usa.
SALS for : two years' miooossf il :wanFOR 2s 6d
Through-Passengers from New ZeaQuality.
ing in the District.
MEN'S FELT HATS CLEANED AND
land to Europe can embark or arrival 2 x 1 Ribs, Cotton end Wool. 3s 6d 2s 6d PER Good
BOX, OR 4 PACKETS
FOR 26 lid.
REBLOCKED.
ef the last .connecting steamer at SydFOR
Is
3d.
4s 6d.
2xl Ribs, All Wool.
ney.
LADIES' FELT AND STRAW HATS
FOR 3s 9d H.B. LEAD
PENCILS FOR SCHOOL Don't miss this Opportunity to BUI
CLEANED AND REMODELLED.
For further particulars, apply to:
2xl Ribs, All Wool. 5s 6d.
OR OFFICE.
NOW for YOURSELF AND THE
9d
Some
PER DOZEN.
LITTLE ONES.
DALGETYAND CO., LTD.,
Material? we
Agents.
can now supply tou are quite unproSCHOOL PADS—3 FOR Is 9d.
curable in the Wholesale Markets, ana
Timaru, Waimate and Geraldine.
&
other Goods aire rising in price daily.
It will repay you to
AND COY.
NEW ZEALAND SB
TAILORS AND MERCERS.
COMPANY, LIMITED.
81 STAFFORD STREET.
SAVE YOUR TRAIN FARE
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
DRY FRENCH CLEANERS AND
STAFFORD STREET. NORTH
HATONOMIUM.
DIRECT LINE TO UNITED
And call at the
bTAFFORD STREET. SOUTH.*
KINGDOM.
STAFFORD STREET. TIMARTJ.
CORNER, SHOP.
(Nest
L. B. James).
Via- Panama Canal.
LATEST
THE
IN PIPES
Calling'at Colon, Kingston (Jamaica),
THE FRENCH -MEERSCHAUM
and Newport News.
BUST
a t:r; e '■■
'm.
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SALE NEWS.
Stocktaking Sate
LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE
he
Direction
SESSION
kTti'nc
S
TO-NIGHT AT 7W
AiTOAouoar To-otght It 7
At the Request of the
m
v
10*
Management
BECAUSE IT IS STAINED.
Have it
-
fa 9BJS
wsJ
a
"POPULAR
CHRISTCHUBjOH.
*
FROM £9O SECOND CLASS.
FROM £llß FIRST CLASS.
SALE.
ANNUAL Intimate
WH!TCOMBE~rrOMBS
AND ORIENTAL
THE PENINSULARCO.
S.N.
-
OUR ANNUAL
2s. per lb.
lb. parcels 9s 91
stock is unrivalled in the Dominion
for Bale.
Write for our Catalogue of
WAIMATE.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS.
FROM SYDNEY TO LONDON.
fare to London from New Zealand:
;
;
np
it,
try
It- is customary to get a little more
for something better, but we are not
doing it.
Our price is the same.
5
Wg yearly event our
DASH'S
STRATHALLAN RTRF-ET.
~
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V
friends
your
come here,
Things will hum here.
Oh! Oh! Delphine!"
.
OLYMPIA
BIG SPECIAL
*
SPECIAL
•
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when
nioe TEA?"
And the Rules thereunder, bv W- A
J
Sun (a. .Tiitf™
a
of N.Z.).
Second Edition
; Cloth 17,s 6d, Half-calf. 22s 6d.
on ap-
STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF
NZ, LTD., .
that
they ask you "whore did yon get this
1908~
CAUSES ACT
qpS&aSF O
"Everybody's saying it,
The Band is playing it;
,
:--lAL
PAPEETE
1
,-.
SPECIAL.
-.;
THE .DIVORCE AND MATRJMON-
SORROWS OF SATAN.
PIOTUHESQUE BRITTANY.
WRS:DAY
T1
COMING
,3?
GREAT SUPER-SENSATION—-
"0H!: OH! DELPHINE"
"OH! OH! DELPHINE."
-
CAPTURING WILD ANIMALS (Int.)
THIS DAY.
GLADYS COOPER
in Marie Oorelli's Great Play—
Emmy Wehlen
•Edited by Seymour and Palmer,y
v;.; ■■■'■• : ."Well Ulusferated. ■ -;v:
Price 6s.
Posted. 6s 6di
'-
,
GAZETTI
TWArvms
BEACH'S
!
TEA
«>
obtainable
see her
SATAN.
CAL
TOAmS
JWTT
RAX
■'
NED AY, 2nd July.
NEW PLYMOUTH,
BUT FROM US FOR
WEDNESDAY, 2nd
COEINNA
Juhr.
£l4o—Produce Carrying Foard Car.
to WELLINGTON,
From LYTTELTON Monday,
Wednes- £l2o—Ford Chassis
MARAROA,
MAORI. Tuesday, £l4o—Ford Runabout.
day, Friday
Th'ursdav. Saturday.
£ls0—Superior Ford Single Seater.
'PASSPORTS.
Travellers to any place oatside the £27s—Marathon, 5 Seater.
(A Bargain, and Good)
to obtain passports, a
£22—Spring Dray, 1J Ton.
-rigable to make early application
£l×Spring Bray, 1 Ton.
Government for
nTT
THE VANCOUVER. ROUTE
£ls—Spring Dray, f Ton,
HONO-|
FIJI
and
To LONDON via
LULU and CANADA, thronch some £l6—Spring Dray, £ Ton.
of
Scenic
Wonders
of the Greatest
£2l—Governess Oar.
the World.
£l7—Pony Gig, £ Shaft.
MAKURA, about 9th July.
ROY AT- MAIL SERVICE
AND
A
arid
SHOPFUL
MORE.
To LONDON via RARATONGA
and SAN FRANCISCO,
TOFUA, a'sout 3rd July.
'Agents for the ORIENT ROYAL MAIL
LINE TO LONDON.
BUY, SELL. OR SWAP,
Tickets available for stop-orsr or
return by Messrs Huddart Parker and
Go.'s Steamers.
particulars
qaP?E '
to
-
For NELSON.
Full
°
YoU?
I ance
«««L.T r-Cli
SORROWS
OF
This, has nothing
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DON'T BE STUCKr-
WKANGAPE, about
For AUCKLAND.
10th July
For GREYMOUTH KABJKA,
MEETINGS AND AMUSEMENTS.
THE POPULAR GRAND
FU
TO-x\IGHT" FINALLY, AT 8. .
FULLERS
TO-NIGHT is Positively the Final
IUJi MOST FAMOUS BEAUTY ACTRESS IN
ALL ENGLANDScreening of tlie Great Metro Comedy,
S
FRAGMENTS FROM FRANCE,
FRIDAY, 4th Julv.
For WELLINGTON and WESTPORT,
EITTAWA, WEDNESDAY, 2nd
PUBLISHED DAILY-ONE PENNY
MISS ROBINSON CRUSOE,
at all to do with
OLD ROriNSON CRUSOE
-;-';
./VOL.. 7, ;:■ -/- :
It is a Clever Story >of a young Society
; ; JBj- Captainßruce RjurnsfatiM*,
Girl who longs for a Romance with a
9 ' nb
a Shipment
CAVE MAN, and
of TEA, which is worth talking
MISS ROBINSON CRUSOE
about,
gets
what
she wants, and the audience,
SiaU thsj'oome, and 3s brilliant an
It is one long
get,a good laugh.
ever.
.Ehese new laughter makinc IT is Just the sort offrom
start to finish. Charming
scream
episodes, cover a period
in the Great
little
War not yet
Old Bill and
Alf : and Berfc aire still fighting and
and
enduring
jesting in the midst ol
it adl.
Price i s 6d, Posted Is 9d
Is positively Delightful as
with' that full rich flavour, and nloa
MISS ROBINSON CRUSOE.
flmh«.
i'««or,
IHB ROYAL AIR FORCE ANNUAL
Altogether a Glorious Picture.
that you' hi
been looking for.
HELP, HELP, POLICE.
AIR PIE.
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Another Fine Oiristie Corned v.
sailing.
For AUCKLAND, KOROMIKO, about
_
A
JVIJY~2Im~-
WEDNISSDAT.
BUSINESB NOTICES.
Herald.
.
SHIPPING.
Timaru
I
The
16.848
:
NO.,
!
YOL CYIII
BOOT
IMPORTER.
COSTUMES.
SMART SUITS.
SUITS AND COSTUMES DYED.
HATS RE-BLOCKED.
REPAIRING, CLEANING. PRESSING
done at Shortest Notice.
OWN MATERIAL MADE UP.
JULY 2
TO HAND!
man, and said that it was impossible
for liim :to adequaltely express has regret
at parting from so good a friend. He
couid not imagine a more efficient Vicar
and tho very jiarge gathering that night
indicated in how great esteem he was
BEATH'S,
THIS WEEK
held.
When, it became known thalt lie
was going away, people came forward
eagerly to contribute to the presentation. They all felt that in his departure they were losing a personal friend;
and lie had been asked on their behalf
to hand him a cheque with' which to
purchase sometfliing that would act as a
link between them. Mr Knubiey then
handed Mr Rogers a> cheque for a sub-
For Smart Winter Frocks, Coats,
and all outdoor apparel, Beatri's
stand prepared. Scores of different
weaves, all colourings. Prices very
moderate too—Quality considered
•.
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..
...
..
SILK LOUISETTE. A charming material, with fine taffeta
finish. In Ivory, Vieux Rose,
Sky, Pale Pink, Navy, and
Black. 36in. wide 5/11 yard
CREPE DE CHINE.
The
fabric of beauty. Excellent
quality. Injshades of Mauve,
Lemon, Shell Pink, Apricot,
..
AMERICAN OVERCHECK SUITINGS.
These
smart two-tone checks make neat 'morning
frocks. An excellent cloth, too, for children's
dresses and pleated "skirts. Chiefly in coloured
grounds of Browns, Blues, and Greens. 38in.
■.'.
wide
3/11 yard
..
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touched him intensely. The civio
;
..
..
received with deafening applause. When
this had. subsided he expressed his
heartfelt thankfulness to them for their
kindly words and their princely gift.
Never had he found it harder to speak,
but he wanted, to express his loving
gratitude for all the kindness he had
received at their hands.' This had
Silk Crepe "SOUBISE." Anideat fabric for dainty evening; :wear. In shades of:
Lavender, Sky, Mastic, Pale
: Rose, Saxe, Aquamarine, and
Coral. 40in. wide 8/6 yard
..
Coral, Sky,.Champagne, Saxe,
Navy, Emerald, Ivory, and.
Black. 40in. wide 10/6 yard
..
GABARDINES OP ALL WOOL. Much in demand
for present wear. This particular cloth has a
nice finish. In excellent shadings of Browns,
light and dark Saxes, Wines, Moles, Vieux Rose,
Fawn and Bottle Green. 46in. wide 11/6 yard
Beath's Pay
Ifestefe
and give
a Discount of
One Shilling in
every £ for Gash
VELVETEEN. The soft draping qualities and lustrous sheen of Velveteen make it an attractive
material for ladies' and children's' dresses. An
exquisite range of colours to select from. 22in.
wide
4/6 and 5/11 yard
finish.. ..Air. exOVERCOATING.
Velour
HEAVY
ceptionally serviceable cloth, moderately priced.
16/6 yard
In Grey and Navy. 54in. wide
In these "much-wanted
SHEPHERD CHECKS.
goods we hold a splendid selection of.both
Colonial and imported weaves, ranging from
40in. to 56in. wide-3/11 4/11 7/6 9/11 13/6 16/6 21/- yard
..
..
....
Patterns sent to
your Address.
..
BOGKAERTS Ltd.
stantial amount. (Applause.)
On rising to respond, Mr. Rogers was
Write.
Mail Order Drapers,
We Pay Postage
AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS
"
Buick
Darracq
YOUR
ORDER FOR FIRST ARRIVALS.
SEDAN AND COUPEE BODIES are also arriving for your inspection,
BOOKING
The
much-talted-of
THE WELL-EQUIPPED WORKSHOP will be run under the usual Expert
Attendance, and Repairs will be made to AH Makes of Cars
TYRES
PETROL
OIL
ACCESSORIES
SPARES FOR ALL AGENCY LINES.
GARAGE ACCOMMODATION
NIGHT WATCHMAN.
'
BOGKAERTS Ltd.,
■c^i^igy
REPATRIATION DEPARTMENT.
GRAZING FOR SHEEP.
MENT BUREAU.
_!HE Trustees in the Estate of the
.late Sir M. Scannell invite Tenders for the right to graze 262 Acres
of Grass for six" months, :vfc Ma Waro.
the Department look
to you for Assistance to RepatriTenders, which close on July 7, should
he addressed to:
ate Discharged Soldiers.
Therefore Register your Vacancies
W. BARRY. Ma Waro.
at the Repatriation Office, Hunt and
Werry's Buildings, Sophia St., Timaru.
X
EMPLOYERS,
LOST AND FOUND.
STARTING
HANDLE OF OAR.
Reward for return to:
BOROUGH OF
, PPLICATIONS
u
Town
Clerk.
WAIMATE.
;
1 1
.'Secretary.
LAND AND HOUSE PROPERTY
SALESMEN.
HAY'S BUILDINGS,
TIMARU,
W. J. ROONEY. Salesman.
«EA&" BOYS'
HIGH
'.
Rooms, h. and
e;
■ gas,-\-washhous6
SCHOOL.—A
water, bathroom,
and tubs), ccnCrete" paths and -yard.
Nice lovt.
C- Section, elo=.e to bus and schoolC Owner left Tiniaru, and we are
offering a, nice little- home at s,
. Bargain Price—£47s.' :
■-
(c.
£IOO DOWN.—S-Itoomed House, h.
and c. water, plastered,'gas; washhouse (c. and tubs), concrete fence
and paths. Small Section, central.
A real opportunity to buy on a smait
■ deposit.
Price, .£650. .:
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A BUNGALOW—o-Rooms. h. and c. hard-wc-TkTard-hythe
utmost loyalty to
water, bathroom, washliouse, e.
Jacob whose place he had
and tubs. Small~~"Sectran--close; in, Archdeacon.
filled so welT "Mr Rogers had "done
Wsii-iti Road
Price, £750. WiL
work in connection with
■accept small deposit:St. 'BaviourJs-Orphanage, he had" won
V.is way to the hearts of all to whoni
SCnrERIiOO'gING THE BAY, with he had ministered, and
especially had
grand view "of town, harboiu;j-> etev 'he become beloved by those who;had
5 Roomed Bungalow, •feeautifully.Tde- suffered bereavement.
Mr Rogers
signed, with large return, verandah, would be sadly;missed by them all, but
suitable for sleeping,in,if necessary. they would wish him every happiness
Large .sitting and
kit-. in his newjiome.at Shirley. (Applause.)
; chen. /bathroom with porcelain bath.
The Mayor-Driest', said a few- words
■■; shbwer,-;h, and .c. ./water,.porcelain He had very great pleasure, he
said, in
basin, etc:"; large kitchen, -store- being present that night, if only to
room.':-.scnllcry,.etc;. wftEbhouse. c. say that it would be impossible for" him
.'
.and-'txibs, plenty;io£ cupboards, linen to do his duty properly as Mayor,: were
'press,- etc. Nicely-laid but and well it not for citizens like Mr Rogers.
kept garden, fowlhbuse;>etc.
good
a
Well (Applause.) -Mr Rogers
feheed, stone and paling.. Every citizen in every sense of the word, and
good
had
done
no
end
of
for the town;
modern; !conveniehce.;^iand:;;_qoinfbi-t.:
.'■The.~M.ayor specially mentioned 'what
J-Acre Land, comer'
3---A Mr Rogers had done in connection with
real bargain. . i£9go. -^: _'-.-~'.^--V"
the -irmuenza epidemic, and in connectioiiV.with' .'other patriotic work. ■ His
SEPTON
would come as a great, Mow
depailfcurri'
4-itoomed House;:■',_ with -./.detached
in it they were losing
washhouse (c; and., tubs), f.woodshed,
.was very dear to them all'.
etc.
-1-A.cre ./Land; (Room /for■■/ an- one.-.'who
Mayor assured Mr Rogers that his
The
other. House).
2 -entrance's, pretty
labours: h'ero.'liad heen very much apprecgarden;- A Bai-gaul. /."£500..
iated, and that he would leave Timaru
the best -wishes of the wdiole town.
CORNER SECTION ;"'
•'
1 off North St with
Mr Raymond also referred in compli"Close to bus.'route'.
£-Rbo"med
mentary
terms to the great assistance
;■ House, with bathroom- (k.- and c.
given by members of the vicar's family,
water), scullery, pantrv. efc*~ "De- and assured
them that they too would
tached washhouse (c. and tubs). -}- carry away with them
the thanks Of the
Acre Land.
A Bargain,.£750 whole- community. (Applause.)
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Archdeacon Jacob. All were Christians
of the best type, who taught the word
of God in the "bast possible way.
The
Dean said he, particularly admired the
example set by the Anglican Vicars in
refusing to he uncharitable even to their
enemies. One never heard them pointing:,to the faults or foibles Of their
brethren, and if they had not a' good
word to say, they would not Bay a harsh
o«e. Their broad-mindednesSj their
charity, and their God-like principles,
: he always, admired. As a Roman Oatho•:lie, he had reason to be proud of the
friendship arid companionship of the
Vicars of St. Mary's, as well as of the
parishioners. The greatest friendship
had always been shown him by therii;
and; while -he sorrowed .with them in
..the loss .they were suffering, he
goiced with them on the return of Archdeacon Jacob. (Applause.)
...The Rev. Evan
representing
•the Timaru Ministers' Associflition, .voiced some words of farewell to the Re/;.
-Mr Rogers. There could be n<> doubt,
he'said, as to the regard felt for Mr
Rogers in this community. He. had done
great work during 'the past three years
..—the .work of three ordinary men. (Applause.) He did not know how Mr
Rogers had done what he ihad. - He possessed all ithe vim and fire of -yoiitli
with the ripe experience "and Wi'sdorii of
age, and was nob at all correctly de.°;
cribed as an old man. (Hear; hear.)
Often he. (the speaker) had inet Mr
Rogers in the public hospital,' and he
knew of the -wonderful sympathy which
ho showed for all who were 'bereaved "or
suffering. They had been told that
there were no reirigious distinctions in
the trenches, and lie was quite sure
that while Mr Rogers was a zealous and
loyal son of the Angrican Church, there
was no distinction of class or creed with
him. Many a heart had lost its burden
in his presence. . (Applause.) The i>arisih
which was 'to have him iri the. future
would be fortunate. Mr Harries made
touching reference to the blow which
Mr Rogers had suffered in the death
of his gallant son, -Major Rogers,
D.5.0., at the Front/and in conclusion
said thalt Mr Rogers would carry away
with him their everlasting- good wishes,
1
'>
.Mr Rogers a broad-minded, sympathetic,' and charitable' man, as .were his
predecessors—Archdeacon Harper
arid
(Applause.)
Mr J. Maling'added a.further tribute
I BE PREPARED FOR THE WET
5
WEATHER.
YOU CAN KEEP DRY
BY
WEARING
ONE
OF
OUR
THESE COATS ARE MADE OF VERY STRONG
SPECIALLY
DRESSED 011,1' DUCK, ARE VERY
SOFT
AND PLYABLE
1
COMFORTABLE. AND GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY WATERPROOF.
STOCKED IN RIDING CUT IN ALL SIZES
'
K^
to -the departing cldrgymam. ■ Ho referred particularly to what Mr Rogers had
done for the town When he (the speaker)
was Mayor of Timaru, and said that
not only w-Quld he he_ remembered hy
'the people of..this parish, but "by-many
outside of it. There were hundreds of
others who had benefitted by his sympathy, assistance, and advice, and they
would always, hold his name in kindly
remembrance. (Applause,) '..'..
Mr Simoson said that for some, time
pasifc the Rev. Mr Roeers had conducted
Bible
Class every Sunday morning for
a
hoys of the Timaru High School, and
the boys wished to show their gratitude
to him.
One of the boys,
Gerald Nicholls,
then, on behalf of the class, asked-3\fr
Rogers to aocept a silvcr-mouinted ebony
walking stick,'and he did so in a fitting
little speech, (l.pplause.)
Mr M. J. Knubley, Vicar's -churchwarden, itheii made the presentation on
behalf of the parish of St. Mary's. Iu
?o doing ho-paid, a very warm tribute.to Mr Ro.gers as a .clergyman and a
!
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s
00000000
TEMUKA'S
CASH
DTiAPEB.
■■
H.P.,
three seater,
Single Cylinder,
Rover, in
good order.
SALE Dress Coat and Vest,
FOR
late cut little used. Suit smalL
gent; £3. Address
Herald Office.
at
in winter.
and still the
for the Position of
••-
10R SALE- Motor Car, 10
Any trial.
"Cylinder," Herald Office.
NO FEES.
ICIOR SAl.E—Trade Singer Sewing
Waiting engagement—
JL
Machine, in good order- .Price*
Labourers,
Gardener, Carpenters, £7 10s cash.
Apply "Machine," HeMotor-driver.
rald Office.
CAROLINE BAY
J. McAULIFFEy
Empire Taxi Stand.
SALE—i Acre Section, W»iiti Road, cheap.
For full par-
ticulars, apply Herald Office.
FOR
SALE—Potatoes, Table and
Small; Onions, and other Vegetables, Rhubarb Roots, Lettuce, "CabTEA ROOMB are WELL PATRONISED bage Plants, etc. J. A. Bott, Th»
Gardens, Archer Street.
RAILWAY
Treasurer, Return-
v.
MOTOR
CAR,
A Brisk Walk, and a Delicious Cup
Travellers who will be inconCounoil, and Secretary to the "Wai- of Tea with a View of the Ocean
awaits you.
venienced by the new raihvay armate Domain Board are invited up to
rangements, Advertiser wants, known
4 p.m. on TUESDAY, Sth July, 1919.
that he has a very good English Car,
Salary at the rata of £240 per annum10-12 h.p., 4 Cylinder, 3 Seateiy meFull particulars may be obtained on
CONFECTIONERY.
chanism
to.|
application to the undersigned,
is in good condition. £330.—whom applications marked "Applica- HOME MADE BREAD, CAKE 4 PIE Apply "Car," Herald Office. tion for Town Clerk" are to he ading Officer to the Waimate Borough
TO
OPM ALL DAY SUNDAY
dressed.
(Till 9.30 p.m.)
T. G. LEWIS,
Town Clerk.
Waimate, 17th June 1919.
MISS ROSS
PUBLIC NOTICE.
to notify the Public of Timaru
and surrounding districts that I
am still canvassing for orders for high
class lifelike oil-painted enlargements.
These beautiful paintings are the work
TBEG
ProPriefcreia.
Good News lor
RENAULT DELIVERY VAN.
(HE D.1.C.. Christchurch, have
fo
Sale a Renault One-ton covered
-I.
Delivery Van 14-20 H.P. 4-Cylinder,
in splendid running order.
Eininently
suited for Tiiiia.ru and surrounding
districts.
Apply:
MANAGER,
D.1.C., Christehurch.
of one of New Zealand's finest portrait
10R SALE—
artists and are framed in the latest
HE PRICE OF TYRES f 3 now aa LPmns Insignus Timber and. Firea
styles. No cash required
until
item, and many a good Tyre wood cut in
lengths, 30s a Cord (cash),
satisfactory painting is delivered. H.
is destroyed through a out, before it on the ground.
Timber 12s 6d (cash)
GRAND, 41 Evans Street, TIMARU. has
FAREWELL AT OTIPUA.
seen much usage.
ground. Timber cut to
100
ft.
on
the
Then there is many a long life lyr*, order.
The people of the parochial: district JTO...THOSE.IN SEARCH OF HOME. the fabric of which it is a
pity tfi
A. TOZER.
ot Utipua, which includes
destroy.
also FairMillowner, Pleasant Point.
will
erect
a
SixA DVERTISER
view, Claremont,
Salisbury; KingsTO REPAIR THE ONE AND REoil
down, Pareora East, assembled in the XjL Roomed Bungalow, Brick,
TREAD THE OTHER.
Plan
Otipua Hall to., hid.. farewell.. to■=• the Section J-Acre, Wai-iti Road.
TAKE THEM TO—I,JOR SALE—J S- Rrt gCTS aid family. Mi- (Arclut'ect'sX can be inspected. Cash or
™'VlNY oil oti Claremont presided and a Terms.
. TWO
MODERN FIVE-ROOMED
BUNGALOW;
Address:
musical programme was g'iven by
W
HOUSES; .-Selwya-Street.
co. Herald Office. '
Misses Williams, Robertson, Rogers,
Apply:- •
ASSEMBLY ROOMS, GEORGE ST.,"
Dawson, Stewart,. Glanviile, and SerProfessional Tyre and Tube ReWESTLAND TIMARU TIMBER AND
. pairer and Tyre Rebuilder.
geant G. Hutton.
COAL COY.. LTD.,
NOTKgfcT
Tho chairman then stated-' that'the'
Beswick Street.
object of the meeting was 'to sayi
A Specially Imported HAYWARL. ■OOR SALE—
good-bye to their Vicar (tho Rev. Mr"
VULCANISING PLANT used anu
Rogers')', and also to express their apwith this plant, the latest in the DoSeveral FOUR AND FIVE ROOMpreciation of his services .to the disall kinds of Tyre and Tube Re- ED HOUSES, in Brick and Wood, all
miniu,
trict during tho posi bis years. He
to the satisfaction of modern conveniences; also BRICK
bo
done
will
pairs
Proprietor,Crown
BERTI,
had endeared himself very much to the "O
Every job undertaken guar,
owners.
and DWELLING. Cash or
people, especially by his pastoral work
anteed, and in fact it is emphasised SHOP
terms in each case
Hotel, desires io inform Patrons that
during the trying period of the war.
with this last word in Vulcanisers
av. :
Air R-. Stewart referred iu complithat from the Ist JULY, -the Tariff for the part affected with the blow out
51 LeCren Street.
mentary terms to Mr'Rogers's abilities
will be made STRONGER THAN THE
290.
Teleohone
as a preacher, and stated that he was Board arid Lodgings will be IDs
FABRIC.
ORIGINAL
pet
equally successful in his pastoral work,
Estimates given for all work under10R PRIVATE SALE—taken.
which had beeu much appreciated
throughout the various districts. He
-200
ACRES FREEHOLD PROthen presented the reverend gentleman
PERTY, situated at. Siitherlands.
and also
with a purse of sovereigns
with a travelling rug.
For further particulars, apply to:
In his reply the Rev. Mr Rogers
EXPERT MOTOH TYRE AND TUBE
thanked those present for their kindI. TATE,
REPAIRER.
ness, and said that all the time he had
Sutherlands.
been in the district lie had been treat,
GEORGE
STREET:
TIMARU.
JULY
INTO
FORCE
FROM
1.
ed with uniform kindness. The motor COMES
CORNEIIUS'S LABOUR EXCHANGE
car presented to him had enabled him
Opposite Skating Rink.
<OME of the increase in wages has
to do more visiting, and he had been
passed
be
to
to
on
the
General
helped hi his work by his own family, Public, and so the
Vacancies in all parts of'Cabut he' had not dene as much as ho
nterbury and Otago for domestic,
S.
D U N F 0 R D, workers,
would have liked to.do.
hotel, tea room and restnart desires to intimate to the Resiemployees in any capacity, under
of Temuka and District that he ant
dents
RECTORY BOYS' APPRECIATION
best
conditions
and highest wages.
FROM JULY 1 WILL CHARGE
has taken over Mr H. Ford's CoronaExperienced laundresses
Women
Is 6d tion Tea Rooms and Bakery Business, for
FOR LUNCHEONS
During 'the past three years the Rev. Is 6d
day work required urgently. Wait
is
and
now open.
Mr Rogers lias conducted a Bible Class
ing
Nursery
engagement—
governesses,
Even at this price the Luncheons
of High School boys who attend St.
Bread .Cart .will resume calling on housekeepers, companion helps, rouse'
Mary's Church. In the BChool assembly will give about the best value in town. July 1. Price per Large Loaf 10 Each, a bouts and boys for station and farmhall on Monday afternoon he was prelid Booked:
work, married couples. ' Furnished
AFTERNOON AND MORNING
sented with a set of Loewe pipes aud a
house and rooms to let. Anyone deThe Tea Rooms are under the manTEAS AS USUAL--Bd.
siring to let rooms please send nddress
silver tobacco box by the Rectory boys .-.■■■
of
Mrs
J.
S.
Parke.
agement
who attend the class. H. Black, who
or call at 3 Barnard Street, or
STAFFORD TEA ROOMS.
phone 410. Hours. 9 to 12; 2 to 5.30.
made JJie presentation, spoke, of the
Afternoon Teas a Speciality.
Evenings 7 to 2 by appointment.
privilege which they had enjoyed in
heing guided in matters spiritual by
the Rev. Mr Rogers.
PROPRIETRESS.
Catering in all its'" branches.
The Rector, Mr W.
Thomas, exPhone 442.
pressed the highest appreciation of the
SIMPLY
rev. gentleman's services to the school,
and stated that he was sure that those
REMOVAL NOTICE.:
boys who had been under him would
remember his advice all, the days of
their life.
STANDARD F. AND M. INSURANCE
On rising to reply. Mi- Rogers, who
COMPANY.
had endeared himself to all the boys,
FOR LOCAL INDUSTRY.
as he has. to every one in the comOF NEW ZEALAND, LTD.
received
munity, was
with cheers. He
said his Bible .Class work in Timaru
Offices of the Compauy have
FIRST ORDER, 10,000.
was the happiest of his fifty-three years
been removed from Turnbull's
ministry. He thanked the Anglican
Buildings
to'Hay'B Buildings, corner of
boys for the rapt attention and interest
and Strftthallan Streets, adPRIME WINTER, BLACKS UP TO StaffordBockaert's
they had shown in his classes. In partGarage.
,: is 3d EACH
joining
ing with them .he hoped the school
NEW ZEALAND LADIES WHO
would go on building on the same solid
HAVE HAD THE PLEASURE
E. A. LeCREN.
foundation.
OF EATING
"WLNTER DOES UP TO 4d
Manager.
At the Rector's request Mr Rogers PRIME
* per; lb;';/good; straight lilies
can
Telephone No. 750.
added a few words about the Peace
lit
average
price.
be
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bought,
wliich had just been signed. ' Prayer
and self-sacrifice were the keynotes of
his fitting remarks.
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Now the War is over
CEREGEN WILL GIVE YOU
STRENGTH.
After eicKviess-i--when the nerves are
.ill wrong"—when body and 'brain are
wakened through overwork, build on
Ceregen
-This all-British l>roteid-
MffCTfjgil
HIBERNIAN HOTEL,
TIMARU.
Queen's Hotel.
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which has heen off
the N.Z. Market for
two years, is again
available and is
Now
PIANOFOETE AND
on Sale
at all Stores
L.A.B M
tfHEOBIL
Has Resumed Tuition.
Address: 109 CHUBCH ST.
Special Attention will be given
to
.
are in ecstasies over their
FLAVOURS.
YES!—"RHINES."'
These Chocolates
Family Residential Hotel,
MISS SUCft'JE,
.
DELICIOUS
food contains over 80 per
cent, of proteid—vitally necessary for
Corner Barnard and North Streets.
the formation of muscle, bram and
nerve tissue. The value of Ceregen is
proved by the fact that it is
used in
�Naval Hospitals and Military Convales- ■ ■ 'HIS favourite Hotel has been
cent Hospitals in ISngland and Allied JL taken over as a going concern
countries. All-British—alwavß has been*, by—Get Ceregen now. 2s 6d3 4s 6d, 6s 6d,
12s. From all chem'sts. 12s size contains 8 times amount of 2s 6d tin. (16)
Who intends to run same as an ideal
Fhospliate
.
.
quite
different
are
to
other makes, and the
boxes too
are. so
Design.
Smart
in
ONLY
A SMALL SHIPMENT
JUST ARRIVED
'RHINES'
From
Chocolate House.
Sold only.in Timaru byMrs Hardwick, Lo Grand Loungo,
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and
G. Hilton,
.Confectioner.
.
St. Mary's schoolroom, Bank Street,
to oyerflo\vin£ last . night
when farewell Was taken of the actiiigJ, H. Rogers, who leaves
Rev.
Vicar,
for Shirley to-day. During his three
years' residence in Tiniaru, as actingVicar of St. Mary's, Mr Rogers has
endeared himself to all sections of the
community; and probably no
more
genuinely sincere farewell gathering has
ever been held in Timaru than' that
which was held last night. Mr R. W.
Simpson, ..parishloners' churchwarden,
presided, and there were also on -the"
platform in addition to the guest of
the evening, the Very Rev. Dean Tubman, Rev. E. H. Thorpe, Rev. A. Begg,
Rev. 33. R. Harries, Messrs Wm. Raymond. (Mayor;, :W-.D. Revell, A. Latter, R. Morgan, A. "Washer, M. J.
Knubley, W. Priest and H. J. Mathers.
Apologies for unavoidable absence were
received from the Rev. T. Stinson, the
Rev. A. H. Nqrris (of Temuka), aud
the Ven. Arch. Jacob, vicar of St.
Mary's. The latter, who has been on
war service for three years, has just
returned to the Dominion aud was. to'
have been welcomed home last night,
but was detained in Wellington.
Mr R. W. Simpson expressed their
high appreciation of the guest of the
evening, who- he said, had been with
them for the past 'three years. 'Mr
Rogers:Md gained the warm" esteem 'of
all with, whom he had come'in contact
—and deservedly so. He had iaboufed
unceasingly to promote the. welfare! of
the parish =.a«d -in -ihis he had succeeded
to the full. .As a. minister and" a
citizen they had learned to love him.
He had made himself beloved not only
by members in his own parish but by
many people, outside of it. His labours
had_Jieem .characterised by unceasingly
was filled
OR SALE-30 to 35 Gallon Milk
Run. Apply Herald Office..'
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BIG FAREWELL GATHERING.
FOR SALE.
DISCHARGED SOLDIERS* EMPLOY-
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REV. 3V-H. ROGERS.
the greatest admiration for the Rev.
Mr Rogers. That night they had
: "Jittle Ireland in their midst"— tho tear
for the departure of their much loved
Vicar, and the smile of welcome for his
successor. Tho Dean said he thought
very highly uf Mr Rogers and had always done so. The longer he knew
him ."the better he got to Juke him, and
■lie "deeply regretted his departure,-' r Mv'
Rogers was a broad-minded man of deep
religious convictions, and he had surprised them all by the great amount'of
work which he had managed to do. He
looked upon him as a kind of elder
brother and a great and sincere, worker
for his Church and his God. (Applause.) Dean Tubman said he owed a
lot 'to the members of St. Mary's
Church. He had -always got on adiiiirably with the vicars arid."-parishioners,"
arid he felt grateful for the lead they
had given to the Catholics in erecting
such., a beautiful Church. Their lovely
building had set him thinking and longing, arid the result was the .Basilica on
Craigie Avenue which they all admired
so much.
(Applause.) He had found
P^ker
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Tubman, who was warmly apon rising to speak, said lie had
H
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vices of a Capablo Man to take up
the duties of Organiser in the Canterbury Province.
Applicants must be Returned Soldiers, and must be competent
to
address Public Meetings and generally
organise the Asociation throughout the
Province. Salary £3OO per annum
and Travelling Expenses.
-All Applications must be in writing
July
and forwarded not later than
10th. addressed to
the Saeretary.
Returned Soldiers' Association, Christchurch.
W. E. LEADLEY,
[
A POPULAR VICAR.
Canterbury Provincial Executive of the N.Z.
Returned
Soldiers' Asociation. require the ser-
Dean
Chevrolet"
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coming to hand regularly, and we will have much pleasure in
low
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THE 1919 BUTCJiS, 4 AND 6 CYLINDER.
AND THE FAMOUS -l-SEATER BUIOKS.
'au-
thorities had made him feel that there
was nothing he would not try to do to
help the town,' and he thanked Mr
Raymond and Mr Mailing for their kind
words. He also desired to thanii Dean
Tubman and the Rev. Mr Harries.
Never had .there been, the slightest difference between them. They had never
•altered' thair standards, bu/t each had'
held his own, worked harmoniously together, and respected each other. It
was exceedingly kind of the Dean and
Mr Harries to come to the meeting that
night and speak as they had done.
Referring to His class of boys at the
High School Mr Rogers said he had.
never had another class wliich had
ap'epaled to him so strongly. They
were .boys of exceptional promise, and
it would be the hardest thing of all to
say good-bye to them. He hoped they
would still be taken an interest in, and
if so they would prove a magnificent
.-asset to the town. .He and they: had
grown together and he did not like the
word farewell in its application to them.
As; to the parish, Mr Rogers said that
it was impossible for him to say all
"that was in his heart. If he had done
.tv'ell, as they said, it was because of
help they had given him in providing him with a car, and assisting
him in every conceivable way. He
wished also to say that in the Rev. Mr
Thorpe no man had ever had a better
friend. He had been more itham a
brother to him, ana they had worked
together in a way which could not be
excelled. He had also to thank God
for the help of such a vestry as he had
been blessed with. No vicar had ever
had a better, if as good. Mr Rogers
also returned his thanks to the lay
readers, and to all from whom he had
received such wonderful sympathy and
encouragement in
his work. Tnis
came from sympathetic and
loving
hearts, and it was all God's doing. They
had been through the furnace together,
and their hearts had been knit togethei
in a way that would not admit of their
ever being sundered. He was deeplv
sorry that his friend Archdeacon, Jacob
was not witli > them that night. The
Archdeacon had helped him in many
ways, and he knew that on his
reodrn
they would give him a warm and hearty
welcome. By doing this they would
show their love for liim (the speaker).
In conclusion Mr Rogers said he prayed
God to bless them more and more. He
never cease to pray for them,
and he knew that in their supplications
to God they would not forget him.
Again he thanked
them from the
depths of his heart. (Applause.)
At intervals solos were very nicelv
given by Miss Isaacs and
Smith,
and a memorable function Miss
closed with
the benediction pronounced
bv thp
departing vicar.
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serviceable.mixtures of Green, Brown, Blue and
Grey. 40in. wide
7/6 yard
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In dependable colours. This
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range embraces both plain and fancy weaves.
The shades are chiefly Browns, Blues, and Greys.
56in. wide
10/6 yard
SMART GABARDINE, in a new check effect. Excellent in appearance, and so moderate in price.
In Blue, Grey, Brown, and Fawn tones. 38in.
wide
4/6 yard
Other Shipments following.
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the Table, ; the Best of Wines .and
Spirits will be carried, and Speights'
Great
For Influorura take Woods'
Union and Hole's Ales will be stocked. Peppermint Cure. Never failß. Is 6d,
2s 6d. M
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m° ASK TO SEE RHINES
fHB TIItAIH? BBRAIIK WED&SSSDAY. JULY 2 1919
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Surpassing ail Expectations
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AVOID
AND THUS
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flpßiSlliliyi
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IN EVERY-; DEPARTMENT;-'""-;'**
HERE ARE A ,FEW EXAMPLES
Clothing: Dept.
GENT'S
Dress Dept.
7 Pieces CREPE LUSTRE, for Evening Frocks, in Creme, Nil, Sky,
Saxe, Champagne, Facon, NaVy.
RAIN
COATS.
Usual Price, 955.
SALE PRICE, 77a 6d:
9 MEN'S SAC
SALE PRICE,
SmTß^"3^^W;
39s 6^4s^^sos^sss^
2 Pieces, . CREME CORD
VELVETEENS. Usual Price, 3s lid.
WOOL AND ->FURJ FELT/
HATS. Usual Price^9s^d :& 145^60l
-1 Piece
Gacii^
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10/Pie'ces COLOURED ;SPOT
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From 9.30. a.m-. to 5.30 p.m.
SALE PRICE, 2s lid.
SALE PRICE, 10s 6d
Manchester
3 Pieces
Habdy.
FAWN UNION FLANNEL.
Usual Price, 2s 6d.
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TO-DAY
LADIES'
and following Q days
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HOOKLESS^FASTENERS,:'
in' Black
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ALL MILLINERY
WARM
&
"K''—Pie Apricots, Peaches. Apples, Plums, and Gooseberries.
Eraporated—Apricots and Apples, Californian Prunes. and
Cooking Figs.
AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY
SALE PRICE
14s 6d.
,
DRESSING GOWN.
Usual Price, 21s.
SALE PRICE, Hfe 6d,
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PRICE,'' 30s.
AND
Dewar, and Edginiton being appointed a committee to make arrangeProvan,
Before starting' business the National
Anthem was sung in recognition of the
MOVING IN WINTER.
Peace Treaty. being signed.
The chairman moved that-the annual Short, cold days
and wet weather often
report and balance sheet (as published
in the "Timaru Herald") be adopjted. unfavourable make it specially importget experts to move your furniant
to
In doing so he congratulated the club on
experienced men economise
being able to show such good progress ture.
do the work carefully, skilfully,
during the trying years of the waiy time,
arid inconvenience you as little as poswhen aft sport was practically in abey- sible. The special vans also
ance. Bowlers kept going, buit it could the furniture splendidly.—The protect
New
not be said with very great heart. But Zealand Express
Company (Ltd).—
now the war clouds had been
and Advt.
lifted,
they rejoiced that > peace had been
signed that day.
They, with kindred
sports, would be able to join in the
game with an easier conscience, and a
free heart. Numerically their numbers
were Just about the same a s last year,
A. young mother -worries needlessly when
and income has mdb expenditure.
Mr E. E. Provan. the treasurer, made she finds that baby has developed a cold.
some remarks explanatory 0 f the bal- An experienced mother like Mrs. H.
ance sheet, and the motion was nut and Stephen, of 5, Leichhardt St., Waverley,
N.S.W., wraps baby in Wawn's Wondercarried unanimously.
Officers for the coming Year were Wool—this Magic Wrap soothes and cures
elected as follows: —Patrons," Mr Wm" while baby sleeps. She says :—" Your
Wonder-Wool is simply splendid. My
Thomas, M.A., and Mr J. E. Chiles•" baby
(10. months old) had such a nasty
president, Mr Geo.- Emmerson; viee- cold which
I could not cure. I ÜBed several
presidents, Messrs Alex Irvine and Robremedies, but not one seemed to have
ent Buxton j hon. secretaiy, Mr Harry cough
any effect.
Someone advised me to try
Edginton; assistant secretary, Mr It. F. your 'Wonder-Wool'
and right glad I am
Provan,- hon. treasurer, Mr' Wm. Mo- that I did so.
It had immediate effect,
Giatchy; committee, Messrs Ellis, Hay, loosening the cough
and
the cold
Munro, McLean, Provan, Currie and I,'. right out of the system. driving
is really the
Dewar; match .committee, Messrs T. most sensible and effective It
way
of
curing a
Currie, L. Dewar and A. C. Jones; cold that I have ever yet heard
of."
green supervisors, Messrs A. Irvine and
Wawn's Wonder-Woolis equally effective
Jus. Shephard; delegate to Centre, Mr for adults, and acts like magic in cases of
C Porter hou. auditor, Miss Jean Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Colds, etc.
Munro; refreshment committee, Thurs- Always keep it in the home—you never
know when it will be needed.
day- matches, Mr H. Edginton; SaturOf
all Chemists and Stores, 2/6 a packet, or
day matches, Mr A C. Jones: green]pft
from V. A. Wawn, ManufacturingChemist,
to incoming committee.
keener,
The following special donations were' 186 George Street, Sydney, N.S.W. ' 5
made to the club funds—G. Emmerson,
mtm&m
L. Dewar. T. Currie, H. Edginton, T.
Buxton. J. MdLean, A. Irvine, one
guinea each; D. Ashton, R. E. Provan,
WSHSS
C. ElMs. C. Porter, and Wm. McClatchy
half n guinea each.
It was agreed to leave this list oppn
other members may wish to subscribe.
Mr Geo. MiLcto offered to make and
vrosent to the club a suitable Honours
Board, and Mr A. C. Jones offered to
write the winners' names since the j
inception of the club.
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These offers were
accepted with (
tbanks.
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Mr D. Ashton moved a'hearty vote \
of thanks tp the officers, ladies, and all
who had helped the club during che
|j.a:t season.—This was carried with ap- '-I
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Obtainable from all Reputable Garages.
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SALE PRICE,'2s 3d.
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COLOURED"' BEDSPREADS.
9 only
SALE PRICE, 2s lid.
June was a changeable" month. The
opening days'were marked by frost of
unusual severity for the time' of the
year and some very low temperatures
were recorded. . The cold was particularly intense at Fail-lie, where 25
degrees of frost were registered. From
the sixth to .the fourteenth somewhat
milder conditions ruled, giving place on
the latter date to a cold southerly rain.
From the fifteenth to the twenty-first
milder conditions again supervened. On
the twenty-first-a cold north-west storm
developed, bringing a heavy snowfall to
the Mackenzie Country on the following
day. On the twenty-third and twentyfourth a cold southerly storm and
general rain swept the lowlands, laying
a fairly heavy snowfall on the
hill
country. On the morning of
the
twenty-fifth a light snowfall was experienced in parts of the district. The
twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth were
marked by intense frost and in parts of
the hack country the frost registration
was only a few degrees above zero. The
frost at Waimate on the morning of
the twenty-eighth was reported as having been the severest on record. The
last two days of the month were
marked by north-west conditions;, reports coming to hand of snow falling
from that quarter in the back country.
The rainfall recorded during the month
was somewhat patchy and
generally
below the average throuchout the
distrct.
OUTLOOK FOR. JULY.
Usual Price, 16s lid.
SALE PRICE, 14s, 6d.
No Goods Exchanged.
The safest, strangest and
speediest of all rubber
anti-skids, and unrivalled
for the driving wheels of
high powered machines.
especially those used .for
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There is every indication of severe
cold weather conditions ituiiug during
the greater part of July. However, in'
the matter of precipitation South Canterbury should not experience as much
rain or snow as North Canterbury. The
Mackenzie Country, however, should
experience heavy snow.
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KRUSAL SALTS—NATURE'S MINERAL SPRING SALTS, is the best
Boivent for URIC ACID in the blood,
which accompanies GOUT, RHEUMATISM. ECZEMA, and diseases of the
KIDNEYS.
Ths salt
LIVER ANDchlorides
and phosphates
contains the
of sodium, magnesia, and Ijfchia.
On*
dose first thing in the morning ; ceepg
the system in good health.
It j s
perfect DIURETIC APERIENT, suitable for all persons suffering from
GOUT. RHEUMATISM, LIVER AND
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The multitude will
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London. Prioe. Is 6d Jar. Posted anyl
vhere in the Dominion for 3d extra
Sole Agents for N.Z.. NEIL'S PHARMACY,
Chemists, 73 Stafford St.
South. Timaru.
Centre
matches.
The club competitions will bo held on
Inst year's lines, Champion Sin<rles,
Singles-.
aaid
Handicap
H-and'cai>
Doubles, the match committee to sw- {
ran ere same, and improve where tlievl
tlrnk fit.
If. was decided to hold an evMiinn for
Ihp. Indies as n. com oilmen 1
for
work in r-rovidinn" afternoon ■?.'<.
evpnin.jr wi"! be. taken up with music
ctircls. and danefnp- aid wil ! I_, e held on I
"Wednesday, July 16,. Messrs Emmerson,
t
weather produces
SPECIAL OFFER OF
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This remedy is equally efficacious for
young, old, or middle-aged persons. (3)
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It was decided to issue :i cha'tp-fTje
for the Bristol Cup "for tho eomino* sea-
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Tlie question of issuing debentures
was discussed at considerable longt-h,
and it was ultimately agreed to leave
this to the committee to look into, uiid
report whether the club's
liabilities
could not be greatly eased by this
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The chairman moved a vote of thanks'
WEST END CLUB.
to the Press, for the great assistance SOUTH CANTERBURY CONDITIONS
they always gave in publishing the
The sixth annual meeting of the
reporting
names 'tof players and
End Bowling Club was iield in .West
the matches.
Pavilion on Monday night. Air Geo.
(By F. L, Wooles.)
A similar vote to the chairman closed
Emmerson presided over a good attend- the meeting.
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CURE BABY'S COLD.
vvhere QUAL'TY CQUNi?
SIZE
COSTUMES.
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SALE PRICE, 19s 6d pair.
Price, 25s 6d.
LADIES' P.D. CORSETS.
Size 34;
Usual Price, 15s 6d.
35, 36.
ments.,
IS NOW
820/120
880/120
920/120
PYJAMAS.
'4B
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Usual Price, 32s 6d.
BOWLING.
IN SHORT SUPPLY, AVE HAVE BEEN
FRESH FRUIT
IN SECURING FULL STOCKS OF PIE EVAPORATED.
ASFORTUNATE
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0 1 2 6
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Doors 9.30
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am. to
$m p.m.
10 5.30
p.
Using Plenty of Fruit I
0
7
15
12
12
5
15
WHITE COTTON
Usual Price, Is 3d, Is 4d.
'
SHOWROOM
MILLINERY
REDUCTIONS.
IS GREATLY INCREASED BY
5
5
5
7
6
815/105 8
815/120u-. 10
8
875/105
915/105
9
GENT'S
6 Pairs COLOURED MADRAS CURTAINS. Usual Price, 29a 6d pair.
LADIES''MERINO. COMBINATIONS;
Long Sleeves.
'
GOOD HEALTH
700/85
6 Doz-
Furnishing
SALE PRICE, 17s 6d.
THIS SEASON'S
SALE PRICES.
710/90
760/90
765/105
810/90
205.."
TIONS.
LADIES'
'6
TABLE OF MANCHESTER REM-.
NANTS, Marked at SPECIAL
/#jZWo/»
SHIRTS.,
SALE PRICE, 6s.
LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING
;-:SALE PRICE, (6deach."
:
'■:
SALE PRICE, 4s lOd.
P.O. Box, 43.
Telephone, 65.
Doz.. ;KHAKI 'COTTON
SALE PRICE, 12s 6d.
DELAINE BLOUSE
Usual Price. 6s lOd.
APPROVAL.
,4
'
da os lid. 6s 9d.
SALE PRICE, 4s lid
"
.
*
Is 6d.'
cirrifuwMi..
CHILDREN'.S' CREAM ALL'
WOOL"
Usual Price,
ODD NUMBERS AND SIZES, in.
Ladies' Shoes, at BIG REDUC-
ttrvk
9d.
\
nu
Doz.'
HANDKERCHIEFS.
SALE PRICE, Is 6d.
LENGTHS.
3
/
;
with
Price, 10s 6d.
SALE PRICE,. 9s 3d;
LEATHER
VLB PRICE,
Fancy
&
SHIRTS,'
Usual'
Collars.
with Collars. Usual Price, »7s lid.
PATENT,
::
5 Pieces STRIPED CEYLON A. for
Shirts.
Usual Price, Is lid.
250 FIGURED
5 Doz. MEN'S UNION
LADIES'
TAN GLACE COURT
SHOES.
Usual Price, 22s 6d.
Embroidered CAMISOLE LENGTHS.
Usual Price, 4s 3d, 5s 3d.
;
GALATEA-.
PRICE,
6d.
SALE PRICE, 14s 9d.
TO-DAY
,
SALE
ss:
SALE PRICED os lid.
\sm
-Usual Price, 2s.
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All SizesGOLOSHES,
Usual Price, 75.-
Usual
SALE PRICE, lUd.
STRIPED
ASSOCIATION.
Price,,
SALE PRICE, lis 6d.
LADIES'
SALE PRICE, Is 3d yd.
6 Pieces LIGHT COLOURED PRINT.
Usual Price, Is 6d
Usual
-.
THE FARMERS' CO-OP.
WAIMATE
1.3.
VEILINGS, in Black, Navy, Grey,
• Green and Brown.
Usual Price, Is 9d to 2s 6d.
SALE PRICE, Is lid.
Pieces;
with more reckless abandon,
and the public reap the benefit.
Mereery Dept.
GIRLS' TAN GLACE BOOTS, 10, 11,
Prices
STLKtS.
2 Pieces 54in HEAVY COATING, in
Fawn and Navy.
Usual Price, 14s 6d.
DAY
Boot Dept.
-"Usual. Price, Ss lid.
>
'
DOORS
Usual-Price, 8s 9d.
SALE-PRICE; 6s lid.
,
ls^6d^
;
'
Throw
2s lld-
ELACK - ,/COSTUMJO
OLOTH.
-
:
PRICE.
SALE
;
:
7 Doz.
SALE
6d'
SALE PRICE, 6s
Is now in it's middle epoch.
Almost coincident with the signing of Peace, the feeling
ef Victory has tempted us to
i
13
:
FOr BOOTS
$
FLOORS
|"S a Coal that burns with satisfaction.
L The repeat orders prove thi&. -Besides the price shows a great saving.
Truck lots 29s a ton. If you require
half a truck, arrange with friend "to
take the other half.
A. CRUICKSHANK,
Agent fov South Canterbury.
63 TRATHMORE ST. TIMARU
1
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jfWO H.P. WCLSELEY,
4 CYLIXDFP
b-SEATER DARRACQ, 4-CYH\DFR
8-SEATER STUDEBAKER. 4" CYLINDER
2-SEATER ALLEN, 4
5-SEATER TALBOT, 4 CYLINDER
uYLINDER
£
Prices from £6O to £535
9
MUST BE SOLD.
GARAGE ROYAL, Sophia Sfrpa? R c robihsoh
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ffffE TIMAffIJ HERAXR
JULY 2
1919
"OH! OH! DELPHINE."
TOMORROW NIGHT..
At-the. Theatre Royal to-mprro.w
J..C. Williamson's Royal Comic
will stage for .the- first
tunc- la Timaru the big London Gaiety
musical, comedy spectacle "Oh!
Oh! Delphine," which
eveninjr
Opera Company
is generally regarded as
being a Jong_ way better work than
either "Maytrme" or "Katinka," .and
m it every
member of. the.Royal Comic
Opera Company are at their very.best.
Owing to illness both,. Mr Reginald
iNJRESPoksB TO'NUMEROUS
IN NOTIFYING.
THAT,
Roberts' and Miss Florence-Young were
unable to appear in' "Katinka," but
they will be both seen in parts which
have helped to make 'tJieir names household words throughout Australasia.
"Oh! Oh! Delphine" is art exhilarating
light ooera in 3 acts,, with libretto "by
M. S. MdLennan, a welll known English
playwright, and music, by Ivan- Caryll.
Report speaks highly as to the brightness and beauity of the music, which in
some insitancesi, it is
affirmed, soars
within the region of grand opera.
Again the "book" is unusually racy and
uncommonly humorous, the plot of a
novel description,.and the general environment of a supremely gay and rol-
INQUIRIES WE HAVE PLEASURE
OUR WINTER SALE "WILL COMMENCE ONI
licking nature.
=*•■■■■
IW.I|P«
,,_
r>>vt4..&aT*
Three sut/er
have been painted for the production
by Messrs John Coleman, George ITuward, and Harry Litltle, three famous
w^mm^,,-,-;
>
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Wm
■£&&£&mzmiimv?sm
English scenic artists. These comprise
the lounge and foyer of the Hotel Beau
¥m?mta®Jwm&&y®fsim!X!S®
Riyage, Brest, France; the verandah
and rose gardens of the Villa Primrose,'
and the grand ball room of the Hotel
Beau Rivage. As to the- costuming of
the play it is said that of the many
finely . gowned musical. plays that J. C.
;Williamson Limited have prepared for
the public in the past, the dressing of
"Oh! Oh! Delphine" for gorgeous costuming entirely overshadows in the way
of-lavish display any of their previous
.efforts.
The casffc is a long one and
necessitates the employment of more
than the usual artists." This being the
case the companv has been materially
strengthened. Nevertheless the "old
favourites are retained in the persons
of Miss Florence Young, Miss Gladys
Moncrieff, Miss Maude Beatty (who
makes her first Australian reaopearance
since her return from EnfrlaLud
and
America)
Miss Gladys Moncrieff. Mr
C&nrle
Mr'Oliver- PpflVock,
Mr-Cyril ■Richards.- Mr .Reginald Rob-
DRAPERY, CLOTHING
HING
Liberal
at unu
As everything points to a
serious shortage this Season,
clients would do well to buy now.
*&,. J
erts
and Mr Phil:
Smith.
..~a.mss!!Trr^M:S^
Saddlery and Tourists Outfitter, Stafford St. North, Tlmaru
BKTffiCTI
-
Will be offered
Just landed a few Gross of the
Seasons 1919 best Tennis Balls
■■
BACHELORS' BALL.
Better Than Lmoieum
To have those
CARPENTERING REPAIRS DONE
GAPE'S AND BEAUTIFUL
VALLEYS.
OUR
PREMISES
CLOSED ALL DAY
FOR SALE
PREPARATIONS.
from the Hilltop of
-Mackenzie!
i
to
LOOK HERE
A very successful bachelors' ball was
given m me laapes v uuey Midi! on i'riuay evening iasu.
ine evening was a
iine biic veiy cihu one.
btili. mere .was
a very J&rge garnering, peopie coming
xrom long cusvaiuces and xrom ail
£>urrouintliitg districts. The musicians ■ for
the dunce were Messrs. B. Meredith
(piano; and G. Fletcher" (violin), and
extras were piayed by .several friends.
Mr J. Tindali, of Hilton, acted as M.C.
very efficiently, things going merrily
lihroughout the .eyenrag.
liners were
45 coupies in the grand inarch. An excellent Mipper supplied by Mr Bryant; of Geraldine, was
round.
During the evening songs weie rendered
by iMessrs S. Molver, \V. Fawdray, S,
Heyder and a returned soldier, Priy.ate
P. Ivey, all being well applauded.
Amongst /those invited to the ball were
a large number of returned
soldiers
who were made
The
special committee formed to rum -%e
bachelor's hall, were Messrs S. Davie,
A. Davie, F. Hall. B. Hall. G. Patrick,
R. Tagg, S. Hansen, the hon. secretary
being Mr Ted Leonard, of Beautiful
The committee and all those
Valley.
who had assisted during the evening
deserve great credit for the maimer in
which they carried it'..'through.
BE
WILE
j] /«/"
!
Just the Boots fOT the Weather when
THE THERMOMETER IS LOW!
REMEMBER: We make all these Boots
m
?m
Therefore,
by eliminating
man's Profit,
the Middle-
im 3ti-t
we
Sell them to you cheaply
MEN'S
MEN'S
KIP
COOEHAMS,
GREENHIDE
Sera
CX)OKHAMS.
to
NOW.
THE RETURNED SOLDIER
Heel,
very
Stout
Soles
SfSl^o^Atry2B^
8 P °¥'
BOOTS**?^'
?t
TSSf"
MflrimTpmrS"
lUßj
Heavv Thre
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26s 6d'
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F.O. BOS 77.
TEL.,
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that the DODGE
STANDS UP TO THE SEVPREST
TEST OF CLIMATE AND
TERRAIN.
m
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-33?S
$S$
in
W£**l%
S?^
3k-
BUILT TO
REPUTATION.
Its sweet lines and LOW RUNNING
EXPENSES IN PETROL and Oil
make it the ideal medium car.
THEN .THERE'S THE
PRICE.
w&%
IF
INTERESTED,
MODERATE
CONSULT-
;
unm\m\
JK
SUB-AGENT.
ST.
GARAGE
TIMARU.
TAKE CAKE OF YOUR
q
WHEN
■INEXPENSIVE
HOUSEHOLD ABTIGLES,
GIFTS,
-■.iDSEFUL AND OENASIENTAL
of Oar Windows.
r8 a Featur e
.We Respectfully In/ite Yenr Attention
T,
u;, -. fc>.. ±Ucnuiaaun .-saia:—-Of■-.-«M1: ;.the
oyersea-s : amiuuioas; iioiio had taJseii a
greater snare or :Te's»onsibility. tHad
is<ew Zealand, and"'its share' would-be
iiandett uown to posterity : as, one ©fythe
greatest acluevemeiiits .of tlie ,jvar. Still,
it must be acKno>Vi.e;dgeu lihat the greatest burden of "the,, war had ■beeii borne
by tlio Old Country..' When he landed
atr Gallipoli tie was Informed: that:;ihe
New Zealanders were' ''just -it," They
were the best ineii.on the Peninsula*
It turned out tha't his informant was
•No doubt
a man from Paekafc'ariki.
the New ZealaM men'' had 'done well;
but the problem, he was friosfc concerned
about was the rehabilitation 'iof our men.:
He spoke as a. soldier." lihagino ,*he
difficulties they, had lived unider at-;ihe
front, putting up with conditions which,;
befoi-e the war, ' would have been con-,
sidered impbssiWev and with the prospect that next day tihey migbib \be
dead! In sucK circumstances it'; was
absurd to suggest notions of thrift. ,i If
they could now be settled down to work
in civil life there was no doubt they
would be better men.: They had a better knowledge of human nature, and
there had heen a .levelling down rof
social ranks to one kindred imderstaindin'g. ( A common brotherhood ha*! been
established, a feelhig of 'confidence and;
regard had been created between offic-'
ers and msn- and 'they were all going to
stick to one another. It was no wonder, therefore, that they came together
gliadly under the auspices of the Returned Soldiers' Associations.
These
men had gone forth' to fight-" -hoping
that there would be an ideal world at
the end. Had what they fought for
been realised? This was the: question
they now asked.'
"What was wanted
was a reconstruction of the concTLtions
labour
of
which would make this world
better living in tluai before. Business
men and all sections of the community
should realise the difficulties the soV
diers bad passed through,, and be prepared to overlook delinquencies in view:
of tlhe sacrifices they had made.
The'
disabled soldier problem was a great
one. Ir was not limited to the man
who had merely lost a limb. Many mental cases required compassion." They
must be afforded opportunities and good
advice. As to the future, notwithstanding Leagues of Nations, there must be
the insurance of a. good. navy, and it
would be well to- Save provision made
for a sudden expansion of the Army, as
had been accomnlished at the; commencement of this wan
GROWING
CHICKS are newly hatched
every care a taken
V them
and as likely as not a coorl
Zml
mal,y
Chicks are killed by
But when the Chicks grow
and appear to be looking afterfeithero
tW
selves the tendency it to let *L™
Be advised by Poultrymen who
profits from Poultry—DON'T
while your Stock is growing that ft»
need the best attention and good they
kindnefs
mX
food!
WE ARE POULTRY EXPERTS
and Guarantee
OUR "A.8.C." CHICK FOOD
"Defer no time—delaya have dangerous
CORN CRUSHING AND GRINDTNrr:
ends."—Shakespeare.
™
A SPECIALITY
This man realised that. Thus lie
writes to Mr Baxter: "Enclosed find
12s for some Lung Preserver. The local
no more. I have tried a good
GENERAL PRODUCE, COAL , AND Btore has
many remedies but got more relief from
FIREWOOD MERCHANT.
yours
with
one small bottle." Mathew
STREET,
BARNARD
TIMARU.
Talboy, Elathorpe, Hawke's Bay.
Telephone 421.
All the year round Baxter's Lung
Preserver
is a friend—but
Extra Strong Re„ u especially now when the weather more
ia «o
lating Pills are reliable Those changeable.
who use them recminend them, 5s 6rl
handy.
Big
so
Have
Baxter's
bottle 2a
' ,6d.
Caemigt* mi Store*,
'
PRIEST
AND HOLDGITE
(Arcade and
Stafford
Street^
TiAXGETY BUILDING, FEATHERSTON STREET, WELLINGTON
Write, for beautiful free 'Pattern Chart and
name "f f-ntnleum Service Sfare*.
I®tW
atettuu
m&
£s
mm
mm
SE
CR. COLLEGE AND OTIPUA ROADS
■:
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And get
and suggestions frek.
\.
price
expedition.
"
reliability,
j-;.
TIME WASTED
lY Inefficient Clocks' and Watches
is a, real waste.
�
,-,
Gold and Silver bought, at highest
prices. All work promptly attended to.
Address: Arcade,
ffOBD DEALER, Tfl.M DKA.
PHONE 49.
BDB-D&ALER: E. UNO RILL, (iIuBALDUCBB.
m m. B3
w&m
•m
m
mW m
"
WESTOBY. ARCADE,
Will do,your Timepiece Repairs to your
satisfaction
-full
at moderate cost. Old
HALLY
W,
■
■,:'■ finish;
Work undertaken any part of town
or country.
The Congoleum Company
'
tta
_„
Materials ave down.
CONSULT
~~~CLUB
Timaru.
HOTEL
THE FAVOURITE CENTRAL
HOSTELRY
Has been taken over by
MRS KENNING
(Formerly of the Empire Hotel,
• '
"
Timaru),
'.
Who will
supervise the
Business.
SPEIGHT'S ALE and all the
BRANDS of Wines, Ales, and Spirits
will be stocked, and the Table Accommodation will receive special attention*
S8
personally
THE EXPRESS from the South
Btops 8 Minutes in Timaru, and the
8 Minutes; The
1
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Wait!
gssSgg^S«Ss**?<■
Speaking at a iuhelrtbn teader&i to
iiim ui v> euuigvoii ' ja'&o weeis, Uehexai
£?
iSOOTMAKERS)
&m#m£&h&zm?<3&-.
Arrive in August.
PRICE OF TIMBER
little difference, and besides other
one from the North
*
mmaM W/L
%&g&&
Stocks
REMARKS BY GENERAL RICHARDSON. •
1
same kind as the Diggers wore.
MEN'S BEST KIP PEGGED SHOOTERS,
and Plates.
m
BY-THE-YARD
"Congoleum" is resembled by Linoleum, but it is
more durable, sanitary, satisfactory—and costs less.
Requires no fastening. Beautiful- Designs.
Two Yards Widev
Just
MEN'S BEST CHROME TERRITORIAL
i
X.
[HE
■
WHEN OUR HIGH CLASS
McINTYRE'S
-.
"
"
<22
Club Hotel with ample Bar Accommodation, is only HALF A MINUTE'S
WALK from the Station.
FN city and country the Ford One-Ton Truck is
L displacing horse-power because of its superior
speed, dependability and economy. You need one.
In the Ford Truck you buy no unnecessary weight.
The Ford is built like a steel bridge—rigid, enormously
strong, yet light. It is a splendid truck.
Let your Local Ford Dealer demonstrate its suitability
ior your business.
Look at the
Price
STAFFORD
RIGHT PROPORTIONS
GRACEFUL OUTLINES
Are Characteristic
F.0.8.
of the
Wellington
:
ANTS GEORGE ST*
CORNER.
AVork of"
Solid Rear Tyre Equipment, 32 x
Pneumatic Rear Tyre Equipment, 34 x 3lin.\f%
4Jin. J Upnonal
i4;Mlßi]».i;i»l*l
THE COLONIAL MOTOR CO., LTD.
THE MOTOR BODY BUILDERS.
CAR PAINTING BY EXPERTS
to any Colour Scheme.
.
~•
Auckland
Timaru
Wellington
hikes—so
riptioe Literature
any
SEND. YOUR CAR ALONG
. It will be turned
out
—EQUAL TO NEW-.-
ForJ
iii^^teii^^i^iilliaß
sWisMf.??^;*!?
*:■ ■:-•"•■.
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iELEPHONE
FORn
337.
SUB-DEALERS—
IJone
Phone
t
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Address:'
STAFFORD STREET NORTH.
-/.-.
THE GENERAL IMPRESSION
DEALER, isMAHU.
Tiu,. Dll
J. BRAY, PAIRLIE.
R. KNOX, "LRASANT POINIj
CASH'S LTD.. WAIMATiU
,
-r*
8.
17.
Is Daily Increasing its Hold in
Estimation of the Public.
Have you tried the
Phone 55.
SPECIAL MORNING
the
AFTERNOON
&
TEAS AND SUPPERS.
•HOT LEMON AND BLACK CUR•
RANT DRINKS.
From 12 to 2 DAILY.
Meat Pies, Beef Tea
Juicy
."
and Toast.
'
MR3 HARDWICK,
Proprietress.
STREET
STAFFORD
Near
NORTH,
Shewan's.
A fancy box of Delicious Chocolates will be
given
Youican get
arinking
as many
boxes
as you
s£&
like! Keep
OF THE
JHE PATH
free in exchange for the White and Gold labels taken
from Cailler's Cocoa tins representing four lbs.
on
ARENTS, your
mentg
bo procured,,
Children's
at:
XEMUKA,
Save the
labels!
"With the Chocolate Flavour"
Save the labels until they represent 41b... then send for the
P°" aavinß ' Ask y°u Wend, to
too!
Sleet,
Requir
in SCHOOL BOOKS cao
JKMUKA,
the
labels!
Save
INTELLECX.
»
Po«t or brins labeU to
NESTLE & ANGLO-SWISS CM. CO.
S&ortlud Street. Aucklend
i B2 Wakefield Street. WeUin,"
88 Lower High Street,
Dunedia
WHEN VISITING FAIRLIE
Call at
HARPER'S.
»
LUNCHEON AND REFRESHMENT
ROOMS.
For all you require. Dainty, Substantial Home Cooking
Comfortable
Dining Rooms, every attention.
.
A Large Assortment of Dominion
and Home Confectionery in Stock.
Fresh Bread, Fruit and Vegetables
daily.
fHE TOEUnr WmMM* WEDNESDAY. JULY 2 1919
AMUSEMENTS.
CHMSTCHURCH, July. 1.
The effect of the curtailment of the
see a lot
mm
at public gatherings
THOUGHT HOW MANY OF THE SMART HATS ONE
EVERSEES
AT PUBLIC FUNCTIONS CAME FROM ONE STORE?
PROBAELY NOT!
YOTJ CAN TAKE IT FROM "US—that
you
imagine
would
possibly
That is where the Smartest Hats are
greater percentage than
from
comes
"H.B.'s."
at
Moderate Prices too.
a
Buy the best Hat you ever bought—an H.B.
LATEST
SHAPES
AND
IN
COLORS
TWEED
HATS.
PRICE/ 9s 6d.
PRICE,
12s Sd.
18s 6d.
MEN'S FELT HATS.
Latest St-vlesPRICE,
GOOD QUALITY,
MEN'S FELT HATS.
LATEST STYLES IN WOODROWS AND BATTERSBY HATS.
PRICE, 27s 6d to 355.
LARGE SELECTION
MEN'S
STETSON FELT HATS.
IN
I^NEWZEALAND
Tv-;
s'S-il
tmi
->*£•
Notices of transfers were received
from E. L. Barklie to A. A. Eeaddie,
from R. Hammond to R. H. Hammond, from S. Pizzey to H. Goodeve,
and these were agreed to on the usual
conditions.
TREE PI/ANTING.
GERALDINE ROAD
BOARD.
MONTHLY MEETING.
?;
53HE GRAND-.
H. Allchurch and Co. report ior.„the
fortnight ending Saturday, June : 28th.
Both Saturdays we had a large entry, of
poultry, pigs, etc., and prices were
firm, realising as follows:
Poultry.—Hens (heavy) 4s 6d to 7s,
light 3s to 4s, cockerels (heavy) 5s to
7s 3d, light 3s 6d to 4s 6d, roosters 4s
to Bs, ducks os 6d to 7s 6d, all at per
pair. Geese 5s 9d to 6s each.
Pigs. —Weaners, a good entry realised
from 12s to 23s 6d through nearly all
intermediate shillings.
Calves—3s to 9s each.
Produce—Wheat 15s to 23s 6d, potatoes 12s to 15s, carrots (white) ss, red
5s 6d to 7s, swedes 4s 6d to 5s per sack,
onions lis per cental hag.
Fruit.—Pears (dessert) 3d to 3-Jd lb.,
cookers 7s 6d to 9s case.
Household furniture.—We sold in the
rooms a quantity of household furniture
and effects on account of Mr G. Annear,
also a number of carpets, etc. on
account of Mr -T. C. Miller,, every line
met with a ready sale.
Outside slearing sales.—During the
fortnight we had two clearing sales,
one on account of the Trustee in the
estate of the late Mrs S. E. O'Meeghan
and the other on account of Mr F. E.
King. Both sales were well attended,
and every line was disposed of at very
satisfactory prices. The freehold property-in the state of the late Mrs S.
E. O'Meeghan was also offered by
Bidding
auction on the premises.
started at £IOOO and rose to £l4lO, at
which price the property was knocked
down to Mr A. McDufL
Letters were received to the effect
that the information asked for as to
suitable trees to V« planted on tire
Rangitata Plain would be supplied on
the superintending.nurseryman returnand a list of
ing from the West
trees and seeds available for distribution was supplied.
Mr Charles said it would be best to
plough and sow the seed of gum trees
as experience showed that only about
five per cent, of transplanted trees
grew.
If they did not proceed with
planting they would be up
against
trouble in years to come.
On the motion of Mr Paterson, seconded by Mr Ley, it was resolved to
fence, clear, and plant with trees the
Woodside reserve of about five acres, v
The trees suggested to be planted
were gums, nnctoearpa, larch, spruce,
and silver pines.
It was agreed that planting be gone
on with, as soon as information was reMessrs Dalgety and Company have
ceived from the Government nursery- received the following cable from their
man.
London office, dated June 21:—"Wool
FINANCE.
sales continue with increased competiGENERAL.
The chairman said their pay sheet
tion. Tone generality more animated,
for the day amounted to £263 5s 3d,
due to French competition."
The clerk reported
£75 had partly
and their debit balance was £504 loi been- received from thethat
Our exports for the first five months
Hobson Trust,
of
the
sd, so that their overdraft would total and that £BO was still owing in
year, says the "New Zealand
re£768 0s Bd.
Thc-y were meeting a
Trade Review," were valued at the very
to-tbe Hilton Hall. It.was.agreed high
figure
week earlier than'usual'as the overseer spect
of £25,767,037-7 and our imthe contractor the balance due
had to go to Waimate with the stone to pay
complete the payments for ports at £13,904,267, leaving an exand
thus
crusher.
These
cess of exports of £11,862,770.
the hall.
Mr Charles reported that with Mr figures easily constitute records for such
CORRESPONDENCE.
a
given
supply
short
and
fair
a
period,
Paterson he had inspected the locality
the current
The Misses Kelland wrote thanking and conferred with Mr Kennedy. They of shipping our exports for
will probably show about ; double
members for their expression of svm- recommended that five trees be re- year total
year.
There
any
pre-war
the
of
moved
and
substituted
cyclone
a
pat-hy.
fence
still enormous stocks of produce
The clerk to the Levels County for the existing hedge, so that ap- are
we
awaiting
shipment,
hope
and
to
obCouncil wrote that in terms of the proaching vehicles might not be obtain definite figures relating to- _-theseagreement arrived at, at a conference scured from the respective
drivers, nest
but
from
know
month,
what we
"the;
of local bodies some two years ago to and that Mr Kennedy was willing that value
of these stocks must be fully 25
the effect that any further increase in this should be done.—Agreed to.
Offers were received for sale of millions. Payments by the Imperial
employees' wages should not be made
for purchases of our prowithout first consulting the other local steam rollers to the Board, and it was Government date
up to
are ever 105 millions,
bodies, he informed the Board that agreed that Messrs Wilkinson Bennett duce
of which 43 millions are for wool, 37
overseer proceed to
Christ- millions
a petition had been lodged with his and the
for
meat
and about 20 milHons
Council by employees, asking for a church when convenient and inspect
for butter and cheese. Of course, prefurther increase of ten per cent, owing the engines under offer.
sent stocks are largely paid for or adto the high co?t ot" living, and asking
vanced against to a liberal extent, and
OVERSEER'S REPORT.
for the opinion of the Board.
He
thus the actual shipment will not instated that the present rate of pay to
Dyer,
The
overseer,
Mr
reported profluence the money market very much.
surfacemen was lis per day.
gress made on various works. He re- The heavy payments on account of our
The Board agreed to reply stating commended
that more work
produce have brought a large amount of
that they favoured a conference on the at
the Waihi bridge approach, which money into circulation, and the supply
subject.
is too abrapt.:
Three applications had of funds available is ample for aM purMr G. A. Eridges, C.E., wrote with, been
received for permission
poses, and the money market _ appears
plans of Crown land
at Tobmev's willows. The gorse nuisance to cut
amply supplied with
bridge, and stating that the Chief Sur-:'
\had not likely to continue
with yet.
fund*for
some time to come.
veyor said that, a title could not
be'
As: to the approach to Waihi bridge,
issued for the closed road unless it it was resolved to
write to the
was surveyed.
This would add con- Council asking the Council to County
do this
siderably to the cost.—Resolved that a work; and regarding
LOOK FOR THE CAUSE.
the cutting
t'
fresh survey be in<\de.
willows it was agreed that a rovalty oof
A letter from the Public Works De- 5s per cord be charged,
you ever thought what it ia
fTfive
and that all
partment advised that applications for rubbish be cleared
makes your back acho, your head
away to the satis- that
votes for roads and bsidges should be faction of the overseer.
limbs or muscles ache, that weakens
sent in before June 30th.
yov.r heart or makes you nervous,
The Boai-d then adjourned.
It is kidney
sleepless, or irritable?
trouble, and the above are some of
the sy hptoms. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills should be taken at the first
They are
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Mr J. Whitley, Bootmaker, Church
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ivhen stooping. She was also troubled
quality materials that go to their
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had no energy for anything. She tried
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Lure, but up to
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or three years ago. nothing gave
two
You ought to see our
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her any real relief.
however, acted in a wonderful way, a
WINTER PYJAMAS.
thorough course curing her completely,
and she has been free of kidney trouble
\
The backaches have gone
ever s :nce.
Eeal Smart Pyjamas for
and The pain in her back has disapocl entirely
pear
men and boys—and such
Two years Isvter, Mr Whitley says.
'My -wife is still well and has had no
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rt'turn of backache and kidney trouble
since Doan's Pills cured > her four or
five years ago."
Doan's Backache Kidney Pillg! are
sold bv all chemists ai>3 storekeepers
at 3s per bottle (six bottles f6s Gd).
or will be posted on Teceipt of price
by Foster-McClellan Co., 76 Pitt St.,
PYJAMAS
The monthly meeting of this Board
Present: Meesrs
A. Kilkinson (chairman), Bennett, Patterson, Ley and Charles.
The chairman said that before proceeding with the business he wished
to move a vote of sympathy with the
family of the late Mr Kelland. As
they all knew, Mr John Kelland was
a. member of the Board for many years,
and its chairman for a considerable
time, and nil who knew him recognised
He had
him as a real upright man.
asked the clerk to s?nd a letter to
the family exp-essing their sympathy.
—The motion was carried in silence,
members standing.
The chairman thc-n snid that as they
were aware the Peace Treaty had now
been signed.
Thev had been waiting
and looking for this for months and
he. was sure that that the nenple of
the British Empire and of Allied countries would be most thankful.
was held yesterday.
lOTT'S
toes. At the present time there is little
business being done between farmers
and merchants, in the way of selling
The
and buying grain and produce.
oats market is quiat and the tone of it
is a little easier owing to rather lower
ciuotaitions being submitted by southern
merchants. The
of the weajsition a little,
ther has also eased
oatsheaf
chaff.
especially in
Snpplios are agaij? Altering at £6 a*
country stations, but there is little outside demand. '-It is repented that there
are large stocks of locally grown oatsheaf in tilie North- Island still to ,be
drawn upon- if required, and Mnrlhorough still, has'a considerable
tity on hand, therefor* there is not-the
demand for southern chaff as is usual
at this time of tneyeair.
_
gramme.
The-potato, market is quiet still, ;;and
Fullers' will have a big attraction on
the 'price is without change, being £6 Thursday evening
in the presentation
on trucks. There are few offerintr and of Res
Beach's own production of his
the demand is at present limited; Y
well known story, "Laughing Bill
Hyde." The film story adds little
PRICE OF SUGAR INCREASED
touches to fiction that tend to perfection. The title role is lived by Will
WELLINGTON, July 1.
The Hon. W. D. S. MacDonald states Rogers, a comedian whose name is ahousehold
word throughout America.
by
that arrangements have been made
Having himself passed over the i-ough
the Board of Trade with the Colonial places
life
all
of
he is peculiarly qualified
requireSugar Company to supply
ments of New Zealand for the-home eon- to portray the ascaped convict seeking
sumption of sugar for the next nine redemption by his own creed of love and
months. The wholesale price is £23 los, kindness to. his feilowkind. The grim
f.o.b. Auckland, supplies to manufac- humour and ready repartee of "Laughturers £2l los, with the usual addition ing Bill Hyde" are an index to the
of 12s 6d in case of Auckland buyers. character of the man, who always smiled
The increase for the general trade is 25s his way through adversity. Seats should
per ton and is necessary owing to losses be reserved, to-day-to save disappointsustained by the company as a result of ment.
the poor crops.
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SAIJ3 PRICE, 24s lid.
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LADIES' PLAIN WHITE CAMBRIC
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WINTER SALE PRICE, 4 for,ls Id.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF MUSLIN
."NECKWEAR,-, Various Shapes.
,•-.■••
Usual Price Is 6d to 2s lid.
WINTER SALE PRICE. lOJcl each.
Lovet Shades.
WINTER S.4LE PRICE 4s 3d pair.
.40 Doz. ALL WOOL FINE QUALITY
BLACK
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Usual Price. 8s 6d.
SALE
WINTER
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~
HEAVY QUALITY H. BONE U.B.
SHEETING, 54 inch.
Usual Price, 3s 9d.
WINTER SALE PRICE, 2? lid.
HEAVY QUALITY H. BONE SHEET-.
. TNG,
Very Durable. 72 inches
Wide.
Worth 5s 6d:
WINTER SALE PRICE, 3s 6d.
3 Pieces DARK GREY JAPANESE
Despite the wintry weather a large
audience greeted the programme at too
Grand- lasio evening, The opening picture "Capturing "Wild Animals in the
Rocky Mountains," the final of a series
of splendid educational fums, was well,
received, as also was a hilarious Christie
comedy "Helpl Help! Police!"
The
leading picture "Miss Robinson Crusoe"
production
of
the
well
a
known Meltro
Company, is a most entertaining and
highly enjoyable film. Emmy Wheiten
is admirably suited to the part she
plays, which is thait of a society girl
who craves for excitement and adventure. She finds plenty of both., When
her hitherto bashful lover, putting his
shyness and good manners behind him,
kidnaps her and itakes her to an island
where she is compelled t 0 act, figuratively, as Robinson Crusoe's man Friday. The Thousand Islands of the St.
Lawrence give the picture a pretty
background and the production is scintilatting and amusing throughout its entire length. A musical programme, including selections from "Oh! Oh! Delphine" and the latest musical success
"Maytime," was artistically rendered
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WINTER SALE PRICE, is. lid.
? Keces PLAIN WHITE FLANNEL*
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Usual Price, 2s 6cl.
WINTER SALE PRICE, Is 54d.
Silghtly Marked,
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C WINTER SALE PRICE, 2s -6sd.
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in
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VERY PRETTY MERVE SLLK. in
I Shad", Double Width,
Snort Length only.
;-..
Usual Price, 7s 6d vd.
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WINTER SALE PRICE. 9s Gd yd.
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WINTERrtSALE PRICEV 6s lid yd.
VALUE " IN GREY TWEED.
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Usual Price, 5s 3d.
WINTER SALE PRICE. 4s 3d.
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SKATING.
RIDING
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A big general session will take placa
at Olympia this evening commencing at
7.30, at which the Brass Band will be
in attendance. The management, announce that Mr Barrass, at present here
with, the J. C. Williamson opera comhas kindly promised to give an
exhibition of fancy, trick and two-stepping skating. Mr Barrass is a ska«*r of
exceptional ability and will be remembered by many as creating a stir among
the Ofynipia skaters some mon'ths ago,
when he was here in the Bing Bovs
Company. He has given exhibitions in
each of the Australian cities, and recently at Auckland, where his services
were much in demand during his stay,
bv those anxious to.learn tlife fine no ; niu
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''The Sorrows of Satan," the Samuelson all-British production, screened at
the I'nea&re Royal' for the second time
last evening, was again accorded liberal
patraftage. This dramatisation of Marie
Oorelh's well known novel has been
very carefully prolueedj the director
going to greato pains t 0 choose suitable
artists for the leading roles. His choice
of beautiful Gladys Cooper—whose fame
as an actress is world-wide —to play the
part of the girl who is wedded no a
wealthy young author so as to gratify
the selfish desires of her father, was a
happy one. Satan, jg almost channing
in 'the person of Prince Lucio, played
by Cecil Humphreys. The Story is of a
legendary_ nature, opening with Satan
being banished from Heaven and taking
the form of a wealthy society man. The
picture should be of great interest to
those who are familiar with the book.
Supporting pictures included a tn-etty
scenic r film "Picturesque Brittany" and
The
an interesting Topical Gazette.
Royal Orchestral Trio contributed greatly to the evening's enjoyment by their
rendering of a well selected musical pro-
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(Per Press Association.)
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It's Time
Sim rises 7.37 a.m.; sets 4.30_ p.m.
Moon rises 9.47 a.m. sets 9.37 p.m.
High water 7.11 a.m.; 7.35 p:m.
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MRS McCLASHAN,
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Full moon JuJy 13, 5.32 p.m.
Last quarter, July 20, 10.33 p.m.
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Bd. VOICE PRODUCTION (Diction of
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'§.
:EEfipT ::THfc CbeST'
English, French and Italian).
AVnhams' Tooth Paste
OF
FINEST
HAVE
THE
ONE
WE
VIOLIN (Melb. and Paris).
WE KNOW WHAT A RING OUGHT
NEW ZEALAND TO
PIANO and THEORY.
TO BE—We leave the poor class STO<3KS IN
f^-f?
SELECT FROM.
Studio: 37 SOPHIA ST., Timaru.^
of ring for someone else to jeR
TO GIVE YOU SERVICE..
OUR 30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE
6s 6d to 15s 6d.
MISS NORRISH,
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Nil.
and the war which was fought
national preservation eiiued,
the greatest political questioa
confronting .British statesmen -.s
undoubtedly the Irish questim.
It is stated irom London that
Sir Horace Plunkett, who was
the chairman of the great Dubof liil Convention liekl last year
"for the purpose of producing
lor
MISS HALL
HAS COMMENCED TEACHING.
New Term Commenced June 4th
[7ISHES to announce that he has
Pupils Prepared for all Examinations.;
Assisted by
t V Commenced Business on his own
MISS MORGAN, L.A.8., and A.T.C.L. account as a
(Pupil of Miss Hall.)
BUILDER, AND CONTRACTOR,;
.
TEACHER
WANTS HRB. RING
FROM McBRIDE.
SOMETHING.
Jeyes' Fluid
Vaseline Camphor lee
Perfumes—Roger
...
and
Colgate's.
Win, Mcßride
Sd"
7d!
"(large)
'"(Jailet's,
MR ALFRED W. V. VINE,
6d
F.R.C.0., A.R.C.M.. L.R.A.M.
and Tuition given 'on Organ and Piano.
From 6d to os Gd. fOrto, in Singing, Voice Production,
Theory of Music, Harmony, and Coun.
terpoint. Elementary and Advanced'.
ConTerms begin from First Lesson.
Cocoa Nut Oil
THE
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STOCKS HELD
cessions to Country Pupils.
No. 7 SARAH ST.
and Materials are scarce.
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this day.
CHANGEABLE
WEATHER
MAKE AN OVERCOAT A NECES- Tooth Brushes, 6d, 3d, Is, ]s 3d,
TO
Is 6d ;
SITY, NOT A LUXURY. AND
. Is 9d, 2s.
BUY NOW IS TO BUY WISELY. Hair Brushes.
Is, Is 9d, 2s, 2s' <sd,
3 6d 4s 6d Gs 6d . 6s9d, to 16a6d:
PRICES: From 635.
•i
at
Nail
Brushes, 4d, 6d 9d, is; Is 6d,
to 2s 6d.
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Brushes Od/ls,
1 6d,
2s to ss. 6d. ,-■.:";,:' Is^a^ls
Whalebone- Hair Brushes 3s ff 9dl>;4ss 9d;
1
7s 9d> to
tt
f*3Mirrors
Hand
6d, Is, l s :6df2£:3s r 6d;
rHE
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Hot Water Bottles
lb;
The Quality and Style of our Suib3
well known, and will iDe sold (it
OUR USUAL POPULAR PRICES.
Timaru,
mails!
For offices in Nortli Island daily, 6
JUST LOOK AT THIS SNAP/!"
BEDRROM
a.m.
SUITE
Thursday, July 3rd.
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Islands, Tahiti,
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States
of America, Canada, Central America,
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v
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HAY'S BUILDINGS TIMAEU
~UBLIC
UNDERSKIRTS.
LADIES' MOIRE UNDERSKIRTS in
Navy, Saxe, Old Rose, or Brown.
lis 6d EACH
BLACK ITALIAN UNDERSKIRTS
Heavy Quality, Large
Sizes.
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Chief Agent Sua Insurance Office,
Fire and Accident.
Are making a Fine
Display
GAVIN
™
_
qualifying.
SHAREBROKER,
STAFFORD STREET, TIMARU.
Insurance and Commission Agent,
Telephone No. 747.
P.O. Box
136.
INCOME TAX
Send for Free Copy right a.wav
HEMINGWAY aND ROBERTSON'S
;
Correspondecce Schools. Ltd.
P.O. Box 516.
AUCKLjISD.
SAVE MONEY AND DECREASE
THE COST OF LIVING
Regent Soap
IT IS ECONOMICAL IN USE AND
GOES FURTHER.
BOARDING AND DAY
Searchlight Candles
ARE ANOTHER MONEY SAVER.
They give a Pure Steady Flame,
and the Maximum of Light.
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STAFFORD STREET.
(OPPOSITE BESWICK STREET^
lating Pills have
IYI
market thirty years.
6s
and Chemists.
SCHOOL
Next Shewan, Confectioner
fELE. 173.
■BB ■
MONUMENTAL MASON,
SOPHIA ST, opp. Wreck
Monuments,
A well selected
ytock of
MARBLE and
GRANITE
MONUMENTS.
IKerbings,
Railings, and
Pebbles.
Mural
Monuments
erected to
any design.
ESTIMATES
SUBMITTED.
Expert
-
DE
Workmanship and
Best Material.
LOWEST
PRICES,
LATOUR-McGLASHAN
ORCHESTRA,
they
clamour for
is
im-
may
for intimidation,
few Irishmen really can believa
use the
niame
m an independent Ireland as a
The end of
practical proposal.
the most anxious work of the
H. B. HALL AND CO
your Balls, Socials, etc.
Up- MONUMENTAL WORKS,
JL
to-date Music, Superb Time.
Stafford St. South,
been on the
Peace Conference leaves the way
Address: Studio, George Street, op.
6d. Grocers Assembly Rooms, or Mrs McGlashan,
TIMARU.
comparatively clear—it should
Church Street.
Direct Importer of Granite
soon be quite clear—for consideraand Marble Memorials.
tion of. the Irish problem in all its
LOWEST PRICES.
Phono 404.
bearings. The best thought and
(A Card).
the best spirit on both sides will
be required to solve it* At preC. H. BARRIE,
there are extremists on both
UNDERTAKER. No. 25 Elizabeth St., sent
sides who accuse each other of
TIMARU,
Successor to Meesrs J. E. Beckingharn, the worst of vices, and the faults
Limited.
which each attributes to the
conducted in any part other are the same.
That fact
of Town or Country.
Phone 324. Private Address, Gray Rd. points to unreason on both sides.
But there should be reason
enoueh amoh|pr all the parties to
FUNERAL NOTICE.
arrive at a solution of the Irish
1
problem.
leave his residence, Pleasant Point,
Three years ago today the Battle
THIS DAY, July 2nd, at 2.30 p.m. of
the Somme, which, began on July
for the St. Alban's Church, thence to
Ist, 1916, was in full blast. . Until
the Pleasant Point Cemetery.
then Verdun bad been the greatest
W. J. LISTER.
Phones 142 and 157.
continuous battle fought in the world's
The battlo for Verdun was
history.
not ended when the greater Battle of
DEATH.
the Somme began.
The Russian ofAUSTIN.—On June 30th, at , her fensive under Brussilof had commenced
parents' residence, Gleniti, Reta
Catherine, the beloved daughter of a month before, and was still advancOf the "Western battle Sir
Charles and . May Austin aged 2 ing.
1
TAKE LIFT:
HAY'S BUILDINGS.
PROPRIETRESS
THE MONEY MARKET.
behalf of many Investors, the
DOMINION TRUST is preto receive Applications for
Loans on Mortgage.
Borrowers must realise that the
raising of a Loan to the best advantage depends entirely upon how the
offer is placed before Investors.
ON
pared
THE DOMINION TRUST CO. OF
N.Z LTD.,
163, Hereford Street, Christchurch.
.
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which
possible, and thous'h they
Managing Director.
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DAMASK
TABUNGS.
FINE QUALITY GENTLEMEN'S REAL VELOUR
; -^:.s':^;K^3^*d^At ( -.SALE—CREY, BLACK.
HATS,
■■
HEARTH
RVP S
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SAMPLE LOT, 25 PER CENT/ OFF-
MORNING;AND: AFTERNOON TEAS.
MISSDEW,
<•
Friends of Mr A. J. BR.OWN
are respectfully informed that
THE
the Funeral of his late wife, will
HOME-COOKED
LUNCHEON,
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Mcßride,
;
it, may yet prove a' solution of
the diincunty
The fcjmn ±<einers, it is natural to suppose, will
take what they can get wjien
they hud that the Irish .Republic
•weeks. Deeply regretted.
OTHER WINTER FARE:
BEEF TEA, 6d.
HOT BUTTERED TOAST, with Tea,
Coffee, Cocoa, 7d.
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COUGH
NORTH
tion lor Ireland wnich was taisen
as, tne last auront, and the state
01 Ireland lias gone irom bad to
worse ever since.
x>ut dominion
Inome Jttule, or- sometning like-
%^EoSie£; ®AiV
;"•£
ENGAGE THE
$
The Grand Pharmacy
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12s; 6d
DELICIOUS HOT PIE, 9d,
at the
PROBERT,
J1
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CAMPBELL,
FULL COURSE
1
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A TASTY SNACK
ISA'
CURE promotes a relaxation, of
the inflamed air passages, causes
the mucous membrane to throw off
the phlegm.
Is. 6d and 2s 6d PER BOTTLE.
The First Few Doses brij
PROMPT RELIEF.
By using
NONE.
.
,
PRICE astoundingly Low
;
ADJUSTER.
Magic Cough Cure
PROBERT'S
MAGIC
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"hacking" cough, which interferes with your work and your rest
at riijiht, you should take
(STREET
>
,
of
'
When the Throat becomes clogged
with phlegm and produces
a
STAFFORD
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Solicitors, TIMARU.
RAYMOND, RAYMOND AND
EARKLIE,
Solicitors, GERALDINE.
Have Money to Lend on Freehold
/■:'■ .Security,
%:'■'.:■■'■
At Lowest Current Rate»;
Cures Coughs,
CHAS.
G WHITEHOUSE,
-.
MOFFAT
F.P.A., N.Z.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT,
AUDITOR AND SECRETARY,
_j
z Candidates were successful—26
were
our Swidents-62 PER
CENT, of the
total Passes for all JNew
Zealand were
prepared by us.
The signal success of our Students
attlie Examinations is the best possible proof of the efficiency of our
Methods.
The fact that our Students, in open
competition, in all parts of Australasia
the majority of the Honours
1 laces and dod so much better
in the
.Examinations, proves conclusively thatare MOKE. THOROUGHLY PREPARED.
W& supply each student with a complete Course of prmted
lessens, and he
has no'Accountancy .or Law Boots to
buy whatever.
Coaching continues
until success is achieved and in the
event,,of failure at any one examination we coach for the nest gratis.'
Complete details of the
Examinations k Snccesses, showing names and
addresses of Students are published in
our .;''Accountancy Booklet." A copy
will.be sent free to all interested in
;,%
;;::.;!
PU^
S.u J?P^cm entary Accountancy
Aw
*h kaunination, held last March"
WELLINGTON.
ment upon any soneme, and
CHRISTOHLRCH and New Plyrrio-.rb,:
Provides Correspondence Tuition in; the tnough tne Sinn ±<'emers liacl no
TTMARU.
ST.,
CHURCH
following Departments.
part in the Conference, did realProfessional
H. 11. Cornish, M.A;, ise, it lias been said, a greater
and
LL.M., Double Firstmeasure of agreement than any
Commercial
class Honours
Law.
0.0. Mazengarb, M.A., Irish discussions had done beThose -who think that
--V fore-.
LL.B.
E ; ,W. "White, If.A, something may yet be made of
Bairi sternaHaw.
the Convention's findings recall
PIPE SMOKERS!
Accountancy
J. Li Griffin, 8.C0m.,
•Accountancy
and Practical
Practical
A.LA.N.Z., a-.paxt- with regret the too hasty conalmost
B'bokrkseping,-; - nerin tho firm', of sideration which
B;Com.v ;.;
;
and B;Com.
Clarke and Menzies, inevitably, received at the unThis, will interest you.
The
fortunate tame of their announce
■ Rival to the Best Pipe made.
: *: 'v;:;;P. : HaTle, A.A.I. N.Z.
v" 7 .^''
ment, wnen the -British lines had
:0;i
v '[':-. , /Public Accountant
:
'i: J-^;fe
E. L. Enting, A.1.A.,. just been broken at iSt. Quentm
i/
■•■■'. and the fate, not of Ireland onij-,
Each Pipe Guaranteed.
feiK,?-ft^fe^p?'.^E.-::'yP. :;.lseale, M.A.,, but of the whole woi-ad hung m
The Briar from which it is produced is jourrilrtisrn;
the balance.
When Mr .Lloyd'
:
a Jour-'
Cieorge announced his intention
:'■ ;
20 YEARS MATURING
'if Jt;j|g %?y3IM-P' ;;>?• ?£pertencaf^r;W/;;::^ of introducing a new Home Jttule
.. Before oh the Market for sale.
Jiill on the lines of the ConvenAwfiii^ctureP '•^■lioWellyn^SvWilliairis^ tion's report, it was coupled with
Aisfirtectur&
FOR HIGH GRADE SECOND TO
'Xs" ;i'«*?P ?}
iiit- tmnounceiuent ©i
conscrip-
ROWLEY'S BUILDINGS,
-OUR SALOON ALWAYS BUSY. ,
T:'^•:S^'^AinI
3 CHAIRS—NO WAITING. , .'
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The Success of our Business—Civility, Professional ft !leis'J'T'B?-' Certificate.
Examinations. ;JftE.; "Thwiaites, M.A.
and Faithful Work
..P.'L.'
Lines which. War Economy precluded > Attention,
Combs,
M.A.
•
•
in every hranch.
you; from buying. Everything.of.the
S.riL Jones, Teachers'
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BEST, AT MODERATE PRICES with'
NEXT TO CRAND PICTURES.
/•• • ; .'
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W. Appleton and J. A.
THE FIRM'S GUARANTEE.
'Advertising.
Advertising.
Harrison, of the Chas'.
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Haines Advt. Agency
THE LEADING TOBACCONIST.
For further particulars write to
Established 30 Team.
H. AMOS,
jewellery
stones
-
MISS E. CHRISTIE,
majority report,
01 tne Dublin
Convention, wiiicli,
tlioug'ii it
aid not result m complete agrees
BANKS
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
-
'-.
FOR GIRLS.
19s 6d EACH
CLOVES.
United Kingdom, Continent of Europe
Fra loi,s co > Der Tofua from 2-DOME .
BLACK
CASHMERE
TiVSr
A
Wellington. Ordinary
GLOVES.
"STRATHMORE," TIMARU.
letters and
2s 6d PAIR
papers 6 a.m. but money-orders newsWOOL
ALL
KNITTED GLOVES m
will
close at 4 p.m., and registered
Navy, Grey, or Brown.
Principal: MISS BLANCHE HALL.
letters 5
p.m. on previous day.
3s 6d PER PAIR
2 LARGE BUTTON BLACK OR Pupils Prepared for University and
JOHN J. PICKETT,
CREAM IMITATION
Public Service Examinations.
avjuux.
tiUEDE
New irTerm Commences June 4th.
Chief Postmaster.
GLOVES.
5s 6d PER PAIR
Timaru, July 2nd, 1919.
BROWN
Tr
KNITTED
AYMOND,
RAYMOND
AND
.
FERGUSON
silverware
COMPANY.
Secretary
Soii,th Cant. Development League.
STAFFORD STREET
Next Theatre Royal).
BOWER
&
-
Chief Agent:
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE
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JAMES A. CAMPBELL,
DENTAL SURGEON,
Ben Wade Pipe.
'PHONE, 754.
WITH THE ADVENT OF
PEACE,
'"•■':■:...'
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Money orders and
registered letters close at 4 p.m r>re
vious day.
30-6-1919/
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For Cliristchurch aud intermediate
offices daily, 6 a.m.
For Ashburton and intermediate
*
offices Tuesday and Saturday, 2 p.m.
For Oamaru, Dunedin, Invercargill
PRICE, £l9 165..
and intermediate offices between Timaru
and Dunedin, 6 a.m. daily.
For Oamaru, Tuesday, Thursday, and OTHER SUITES at Smaller Priced
and some at a higher figure, but all
Saturday, 1 p.m.
For Fairlie. Pleasant Point. Cave, BEAT THE TOWN FOR VALUE.
Call and See us before
and Albury, etc., Tuesday, Thursday,
Buying elsewhere.
and Saturday, 6 a.m.
For AVainiate and district, Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday, 6 a.m.
Registered articles a*nd parcels
intended for despatch in mails closing at
THE PEOPLE'S FURNISHER,
6 a.m. must- be presented at public
NORTH STREET,
counter not later "than 5 p.m. on previous day.
TIMARU.
PHONE 771.
Wednesday, July 2nd, at 6 a.m.
Wellington.
DIRECT IMPORTERS.
(Next Grand Picture Theatre).
:
Comprising
GLASS FRONT
TASTY DUCHESS
PEDESTAL CUPBOARD
BED WITH WIRE MATTRESS.
For Australian States, India, China
Japan, Straits Settlements,
Ceylon'
Egypt and South Africa, per
from
...
STAFFORD STREET.
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McCLELLANB'S
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Uiiucurt as the problem is it
must De iaced.
Tuere ai'e leadana lrisnmen
ing .tuiyi*iiLiueii
wno Dunove tnat, a solution may
yet be iouncl on tiie lines- ox tne
SaltwaterftJi-eeK.
:
At the Chief Post Office,
subject to any necessary alterations,
mails will close as under:—Registered letter mails close one hour
and newspapers and parcel mails close
4-5 minutes earlier than ordinary letter
Is 9d.
Is 95 cn^e .
Cuticura Ointment
' 33 , 3a.
Vinolia Toilet
6a cake!
g<i[
Castelever
Brown Windsor
7 for Is".
Choice Toilet Soaps, 3, 4 and 5 cakes Is!
Finest Quality Hot Water Bag? (heavy
British make) 7s 6d, 9s 6d, 10s and
lis 9d.
...
are
•THE PEOPLE'S FURNISHER,
NORTH STREET,
...
Cuticura
THE STOCKS IN THE RETAIL
SHOPS WILL NOT LAST LONG.
MAIL NOTICES.
Bd.
ga.
...
...
Cashmere Bouquet (Colgate's) lOd and
Advanced Price.
The Corinna is due to-day from
Dunedin. She will lift cargo for Nelson aud New Plymouth.
The John is timed to arrive here on
PRESCRPITION. CHEMIST,
Friday, and will lift cargo and general
produce for Wanganui.
TIMARU.
The new cargo steamer Wairuna arrived at Antofagasta (Chili) on June 23 TELEPHONE 31.
from Valparaiso and was to sail on
June 27 for San Francisco, Auckland, BU\ YOUR BEDROOM SUITE
Sydney and Melbourne.
RIGHT BY GOING TO
bar)
....
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Wellington and Greymouth to-day.
Only at an
(16 ounce
....
ail parties.
WALTER TAYLOR AND, CO.,
:
lington.
The Ngatoro is scheduled to sail for
MB,
W. W. BURROWS, King St..
TEMUKA, late with Messrs w!
F. Evans and Co., Accountants, etc.,
has BEGUN BUSINESS ON HIS OWN
ACCOUNT.
Tradesmen's Books kept. Debts colLetters Written and Clerical
lected,
Work of any description undertaken
Highest References Given.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
\
SUCH A POSITION HAS NEVER
KNOWN
BEFORE
BEEN
and all agree that it will be a, long
feme before they will have any, and then Barilla
Pears'
ALL SIZES;
OWING
9d, also
THERE IS NOT A SINGLE
N.Z.
WAREHOUSE
IN
that has any Stock TO SELL.
each
FULL STOCKS,
9d^ :Is2s, :'2s : M!
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Westport.
The Kahika is expected from Westport to-day. She loads for Greymouth
after discharge.
The Putiki is timed to arrive tomorrow from Dunedin, to load for Wel-
Is, Is 3d, Is 6d.
BOOK-KEEPING.
.:■. :.■.■:■■.-.■■*;,:■. ■''■:.■-.
..•"•••:■■
...
WE CAN RECOMMEND ONE AT
VIOLIN", MANDOLINE, and BANJO.
Vacancies for a few pupils. FirstOrchestra opeu for Concerts,
class
Balls, etc.
Orchestra meets for pracMondays,
7.45. All interested are
tice
invited to join. Studio:
GEORGE ST. (opp. Assembly Rooms)'.
>
The Kittawa is due from Dunedin today. She loads for Wellington and
.-'.
MR B. A. de LATOUR,
Orchestral Conductor, and Teacher of
,
to J.OS.
Soap Boxes,
: Is
Colgate s Sharing Sticks
PAREX, and
GOODRICH
Makes in. Stock.
Work on the Timaru waterfront was
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greatly hampered yesterday on account
of the shortage of railway coal trucks.
Consequently tlic Canopus and
the
Ngatoro were considerably delayed.
Ready-to-Wear
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UNIQUE
NOTES.
Mount Cook Motor Co,
Telephone No. 488.
JEWELLER.
Kauri, s.s., Lyttelton, this day.
Corinna, s.s., Nelson,. New Plymouth, 'PHONE, 100.
this day.
Kahika, s.s., Greymouth, this day.
Storm, s.s., Wauganui via Lyttelton,
this day.
Putiki, s.s., Wellington, to-morrow.
Canopus, s.s., Westport, July 3.
Calm, s.s., Wellington and Wanganui,
July 3.
Koromiko, s.s., Lyttelton, July 4.
John, s.s., Wauganui, July 4.
WTiangape, s.s., Auckland, July 7.
Send Your Cars to Us
for Overhaul.
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PROJECTED DEPARTURES.
Ngatoro, s.s., Wellington, Greymouth,
this day.
lTittawa, s.s., Wellington, "Westport,
*"
Chesebrough's Vaseline
:
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Is 6d.
Is
...
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AND
Pupils Prepared for Examinations.
Adtiress: 12 ELIZABETH ST.
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KNOWS
PIANO
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SHE
Euthymol Tooth Paste
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a
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EXPECTED ARRIVALS.
Kittawa, s.s., Dunedin, this day.
Corinna,' s.s., Dunedin, this day.'
Storm, s.s., Dunedin, this day.
Kahika, s.s., Westport, this day.
Putiki, s.s., Dunedin, to-morrow.
Cahn, s.s:, Oamaru, July 3.
Koromiko, S.s., Auckland, July" 4:
John,- s.s., Dunedin, July 4.
Whangape, s.s., Lyttelton, July 7. (
prepared
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land
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were
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No. 2 "Wliarf.—Ngatoro, s.s.
No.. 3 Wharf.—Canopus, s.s.
No.. 3 "Wharf.—Kauri, s.s.
self-govern-
to accord to Ire±'he
xew years ago.
pruxiniity ox Ine uistretysiul country to oueat ajritain, and sentiments tnat nave iound mcreasi ig
expression in Ireland,
nniKe it
diuerence between irisn and dothat can
minion; conditionsnuruiy bo
ignored.
TJi«re is
smaK uouut, nowever,
tnat if
Jiome xvme 01 tne utoinmion type
all tne parties
woiua suit
in
Ireland nicy could Have it tomorrow,
'j.lie question is, how
uocs it appeal to tne Countess
NEW CABS AND ACCESSORIES
-ALarJiievjc/., tor example, wlio adALWAYS ON SALE.
dresses lnsli audiences as "leilow rebels," and tne "Irish ltepubJicans," hue Bum i-emers,
wno
at the present time are
easuy a majority in tne aoutneru
provinces.
vvni.e tney ju-uiebs
FAIRLIE.
to M'ant
somctnmg mucn more
man dominion nouie itule—complete .separation inoui tlie Lmpire
HEAD OFFICE:
—tlio unionists wno iorm a maHAY'S BUILDINGS, TIMARU.
jority m tne "six counties" of
Ulster and the smaller body ot
Unionists in tne souui are opposed to it
on quite other
grounds,
and desire merely to
to Madame Menere and Co., i'oiaain as tney, are at pie&eni.
Manufacturing Furriers, having aua tne' .separation ox tne six
engaged our Tannery for their "woric
rest, 01
rreiand
solely, we are taking no skins to tan counties iro'in tne'
is it
lor oveiou-iLung
from this' date.
wwoh
uixnouiticfo
is seomea by
...
VESSELS IN PORT.
Irish
I
~
ol
'
...
Nil!-
"""
--
scheme
ment/ is now forming an Irisn
Dominion League, wnich aims
at securing a settlement on the
lines of .Dominion Home Jia'c.;
Dominion Home Kill© is rath ,r
more than even .British Liberals
JAS, S. DAY, Manager.
Raymond, Raymond, and
campbell,
Local Solicitors.
Sale will not be Continued beyond 14 DaysToo much in front of us !
Douglas Haig wrote: "The enemy's
power has not yet been broken, nor
is it yet possible to form an estimate
IN MEMORIAM.
DASS.r-In loving memory of our dear of the time the war may last before
Ernest, who died of wounds in the objects for which the Allies are
Boulogne, July 2nd, 1917.
fighting have been obtained. But the
He sleeps in a far off land, in a grave
placed beyond
Somme battle lias
we may never see,
But some kind hand will surely plant uouot; tne aoiiity of rue Alnes lo
gain these objects The .German arm,a flower there for me.
—lnserted by. his parents,
and brothers.
sisters, is the mainstay of the Central
Powers, and a full half of that army,
TheTimaru Herald.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2,
supported by the strongest fortifications, suffered defeat -on the Somme
this year,"
It was the first great
triumph of the new British armies,
to bo followed by the Hindenburg
retreat, and though years were r-o
elapse before the German armies were
1919. completely broken, they never completely recovered from the Somme.
THE IRISH QUESTION.
"fhonnson's
The Irish problem in the past
few months has been too
for
for
discussion
discussion, that is, that has
no chance of helping- it.
It is
a problem that must be solved,
however, if Ireland is not to
continue the weak spot in tl.o
Empire's unity, a reproach to
its statesmanship, a canker at
the root of its contentment, a cut
painful
*
the skeleton at every feast.
With the Peace Treaty signed
The experience of yesterday, when
specially lieavy
express train arrived from Cliristchuxchj, following
earlier experiences of the same kind,
should convince the Railway Department of the necessity of altering its
methods for the control of traffic on
the Timaru platform.
When that
narrow place is completely choked
with people struggling from the train
and others struggling towards it
either to get on board or to meet,
friends, the would-be departing crowd
is faced by wide doors which are
marked "exit," but by .which no exit
a
merly.
THE PEACE TREATY
PEACE CONFERENCE.
CHINA.
THE GERMAN HOPES
THE ,: INDEMNITY.
SHORT OE LEADERS.
-
FIRST
A MISCALCULATION,
The births registered at Timaru last
month numbered 39, deaths 11. marBy Electric Telegraph—Copyright.
riages 15. The figures for June last
Australian and JN'.Z. Cable Aean.
year were 38, 16, 6.
A card party in aid of the funds of
NEW YORK,. June 26.
the Waimataitai School will be held in
The ''New York World's" Berlin corthe Caroline Bay Pavilion to-morrow
night, when it is confidently hoped that respondent says that a prominent Centhe tre leader told a correspondent at Weiall friends and well wishers of
school will be present.
mar that he knew positively that Japan
The shooting season opened in Wai- would not ratify the Peace "treaty. Thus
mate County yesterday. Some sports- if the United States Senate does not
men from Timaru crossed the Pareora, ratify the Treaty it will not be binding*
and they as well as residents of Wai- because ihe Treaty only goes into efmate County, enjoyed good sport, par- fect when ratified by three Great
ticularly those who visited private
dams.. On Lake Wainono game was Powers.
plentiful, and though the ducks were
THE GERMAN PRESS
shy, a fair number fell to the guns,
and a good many swans were also shot.
By the express yesterday afternoon ON THE VERSAILLES CEREMONY.
the following soldiers returned to
COPENHAGEN, June 30.
Timaru—Captain H. E. Wright, Lieut.
Stewart, Rifleman Sapwell, Bombadier I German newspapers, in accordance
J.
Aitken
Privates
Bloomfield,
A. T.
with an agreement, publish remarkably
reand Barnes. Private Burmester
brief accounts of the Versailles cere-,
turned the previous day. The men
The
mony, 'and also brief editorials.
were met by members of the Eeception
Committee, and were heartily welcomed ; "Hornden," in an article, asks the
tbem
to
cease,
Mayor.
convey
chattering
the
Cars
Government
the
by
to
to their respective homes were lent by about "Germany's honour" and refute,
Messrs F. Lewis, H. W. Menere, H. if
the
it can,
Allies' statements conM. Stonver, W. Tavlor, and Adams
jCerning Germany's guilt.
Ltd.
Regarding the proposed conference
THE NEWS OF THE SIGNING
of Mayors, convened by the Mayor of
Christchurch, which it was 'hoped to
IN ROME AND BRUSSELS
hold this month, Dr Thacker states that
the general consensus of replies favours
LONDON, June 30.
the conference being held after the
The signing of. the Peace was receivMunicipal Conference. About oUe-third
of the replies received were from ed in Brussels and Rome without • deMayors who would like to come to monstration.
Christchurch to investigate matters
connected with the hydro-electric inPEACE PROBLEMS.
stallation in Christchurch. The conference will probnbly be held after theNewspapers publish numerous special
Municipal Conference. —(Press Associa- features
dealing with Peace problems
tion.)
SENATOR LODGE'S
Electric Telegraph—Copyright,
Australian and N.Z. Gable Assn.
PAYMENT TO BELGIUM.
By
NEW YORK, June 25.
Electric Telegraph—Copyright,
Australian and N.Z. Cable Assn.
The "New York Times'' Pekin corre-
By
Received 8.5
IRELAND.
p.m.,, Ju.lv
Ist.
PARIS, June 25.
The Council.of Four signed an agreement to pay Belgium, a priority indemnity of a hundred millions sterling from
the first reparation fund received from
Germany.
spondent interviewed the Premier, who
said "that China's future depends on
her ability to form a group of Chinese'
able and willing to undertake government duties. The present difficulties of
China were enormously increased because nobody in China to-day desires
to assume high Government posts.
STRANGE TURKISH NOTE.
RAILWAY DISLOCATION.
ARGUMENTS, TIMARU—FAIRLLE MAIL SERVICE,
SOME COMPARISONS MADE,
/ From ;to-day the mail's oil the Fairlie
Ime are being i-ediiced to 'three times
.week", leaving' Tiroaru on Tuesday,
Thursday and .Saturday afternoons by
By ■ Electric Telegraph—Copyright;
the 3 o'clock train...
Australian and N.Z. Cable Assn.
This .'.-curtailment of the .mail services
will he particularly felt, and the disconNEW YORK, June 25.
tinuance of the trains also affects the
The ;New York Times" Washington delivery of the "Timaru Heraiid." To
correspondent says that the Senate de- keep the mail services going and at the
bated the resolution requesting the same time serve the countryside with
the
the "Herald" Company
Peace Conference to give a hearing to havepaper,
arranged wJJtlrthe Posltal authorirepresentatives of Ireland.
ties to carry inward and ouWai-d mails
Senator Lodge, the author of the re- as far as Fairlie on the non-train days,
solution, said: "I don't see why a hear- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from
this morning.
ing should be given to Poland and Roumania without extending the same
PROTESTS FROM WAIMATE.
privilege
a people who have been
a
,
We remind those interested that Mr
John Anstey. M.P., is to give an address in the Unitarian Hall "this evening,
at 8, on Government Finance.
The Union Company, says a Press
Association message from Duhedin, announces that the Maori and Mararoawill continue the ferry service as for-
'
China should be permitted to freely
contract any industrial loans we plan,
and
to increase the eight year domestic
Jhief structural improvement needed
loan to £40,000,000 in' order- to meet
to
jy the public, if a new station canthe budget defiicit. He expected struggling for 700 years, to establish
There was a very large and represerto
lot be at once provided.
there would bo an early peace between the rights of self-govemnient and inde- ta'tive gathering of business men- of
Waimate in the Borough Council Chamthe south and northern sections in the pendence."
.
■';■
country.
Senator McCormick asked Senator bers yesterday afternoon. The meeting
was convened by His Worship the
Lodge how about Egypt.
Mayor (Mr AV. E. Evans), for the.purMi- Lodge answered that Egypt was pose of protesting
against the curtailGENERAL
no better.
ment of the train and mail services to*
Senator Thomas said that there was Waimate.
ITALY AND THE ADRIATIC.
June
30.
LONDON,
a distinction between Poland and RouMr Bates advises: —"Present; indicaAfter several of the leading business
The Government has introduced
a mania and
tions are for westerly to south-westerly
ROME. June 26
Ireland, since the former men had expressed the opinion tliati
extending
the
income
limit
of
nonthere was no apparent necessity for such'
winds, strong to gale, weather cloudy -to
said! Bill'
' In the Senate Signor
Tibtoni_
nations -were
autonomevercast. K,aia is probable generally,
the Government remained firm in its annual workers under the' Insurance ous nations, and were members of the drastic steps as were being -taken in rewith sleet and hail in parts and snow
gard to the mail and rtrain
demand for the application of the Pact Act to £250, instead of £l6O.
Peace Conference.
services,
:n high levels of the South Island, colThe Treasury has agreed to subscribe
'whereby Waimate will only receive
of London to Adriatic questions', and
three, mails a "week, and. the business
.ler conditions following, and a rising
would defend Italy's just cause vigor- £ for £ to -charitable funds, to a maxi.
MR
DE
VALERA.
barometer everywhere soon."
of the itowin would be thoroughly disormum of £200.000, raised in Britain for
ously, and- tenaciously.
ganised as a result, the following resothe relief of distress in European counMr WooUs forecasts for to-day:
ON THE PEACE TREATY.
lutions were carried unanimously:—
''Strong southerly winds, weather very
tries.
Received 0.5 <>m., July 2nd.
"That this meeting of business men
.old, with rain and sleet/ 3
Lord Curzon states that there is apNEW YORK, June 26.
of
Waimate
emphatically protestsDancers are reminded that the usual
palling distress in Poland and Czecho 'Mr De Valera in a' statement against the advertised
reduction of mail
fortnightly assembly is being held on
LETTS CAPTURE RIGA,
Slovakia. Servia is faced with destitu- pointed out that Ireland was bound by
this
district,
in
first because
Treaty.
the
He
sent
letter
a
Thursday instead of Wednesday, in the
to M.
and
tion, disease
despair.
Unitarian Hall.
Clemenceau declaring that since Mr the. business of the district warrants the
GERMANS CUT OEF.
The English Bowling Association has Lloyd George- did not . represent the full mail service, and second, . because
The Customs revenue collected in the
arranged for' a New Zealand .team to -Irish people they would not consider •there is no difficulty in carrying-, theBy Electric Telegraph—Copyright.
Dominion in .T\me was £282.632, and
mails dailly by motor service which is
the Treaty- valid..
visit the United Kingdom in 1920. .
Australian and N.Z. Cable Assn.
excise and beer dutv £23,262. The
being arranged 't 0 carry the daily papers
figures for June, 19lS, were £233,362
LONDON, June 30.
.SYDNEY, July t l.
'. REPUBLICAN BLUFF
from Studholme Junction, five milea
The "Daily Telegraph's" Copenhagen
The State revenue, for the -year
and £19,375.
away. The meeting therefore, insists
correspondent reports
that Lettish amounted' to £23,452,637; compared
Messrs Webb and Bruce are publishthait there is no Justification for such a;
THE SELF-DETERMINATION
troops under General BaUod have cap- with
ing in this issue a few of the last
PRINCIPLE.
drastic reduction, and demands that the
£21,567,450 diiring the .previous
tured Riga and occupied a bridge over
remaining bargains in Timaru town
"The
Times"
rebuilding of the world.
Washington correspon- Department make arrangements, acOn Monday and yesterday iih& express and the
the Dwin a j and thus have cut off the year.
property, and advise prompt inquiry to
dent
that
cordingly.
>:'"*;.
reports
Senator
Phelan,
and
LONDON, June 30.
German Baltic militia's retreat. ' A
speaking on the Senate's resolution consecure them. Terms can be arranged. trains, both ways, were long ones
"That this meeting of Waimate busiAUSTRALIA'S FELICITATIONS.
In the House of Commons the Gowed filled. This is understood to be
report from the Bolsheviks states that
cerning
said-.lt
is
Ireland,
an
men
attempt
against
ness
emphatically protests
Pyne. Gould and Guinness, Ltd., adthey have evacuated Ekaterinoslav and vernment of India Bill was committed by the Republicans
to the Department's caution to
to embarrass the the curtailment of railway
by
vertise in this issue a final reminder of due
SYDNEY, July 1.
people holiday making to gob home beare retreating southward of Tsaritsyn to a joint committee of Lords and President. There is little expectation which Waimate in common' services
the clearing sale they are holding to- fore the lang-day journeys commence
with the
The Governor-General has sent to under pressure by General Denikin's Commons. .
Republicans
the
among
of
the
aiding
Thursday,
country
being
rest
of
the
is
ford,
morrow,
very seriat Mil
Terauka. to-day.
At the .Wimbledon Tennis 1 tourney, Irish
Peace con- forces.
It has been remarked ithat the King a message of
cause. It is claimed that the ously and most detrimentally affected
on aT-nmi.f- of ft'ie executors of the 7'ate
Fisher and Ritchie beat Dash and Wil- President's
many people travel' for pleasure at gratulations, describing the Peace celepolicy of self-determination in its business life, and as the apparent
T>. McLfod. The sale starts at 11 a.m. not time
7—5
G—2,
the
brations
cox
6—2.
if
in
Sydney,
the
and
thai
and
announcing
year,
of
.this
should be applied to Ireland, but the position of the country in regard to coal
'
sharp and luncheon will be provided.
LONDON,' July 1.
BEATING THE BOLSHEVIKS.
passenger traffic is at all like what has that the whole people of the Commonrefuse to understand that does not warrant snch a
Mr Bonar Law, replying to a deputa- Republicans
drastic"'"step
The executive of the Second "Division been usual,, of people who must travel, wealth rejoice in the event whicli" conthat tion of 150 Coalition members of the the Peace Conference confined itself to as the cultting off of Waimate far threw
Advices
from
Ekaterinodar
state
League decided to recommend thru; the
by
the
goods
traffic
is
carried
on
applsjng self-determination only to days a week from the train
and
firms
his
victory
Majesty's
the
of
arms.
thouHouse
of
that
the
this
Leaeue should be dissolved snid that the Fame trains, two engines will be needed,
Ku'oaa Cossacks captured four
Commons, denied'
those nationalists arising out of the meeting demands that the services,
Railway Defunds in hand. £2OO. should he divided therefore there will nob be a great savsand Bolsheviks and many guns, and Transport Bill meant nationalisation of war."
partment run at least a daily service to
NOT A WEAK PEACE.
the railways. The Government was not
between the Returned Soldiers' .Associn- ing in coal.
that Don Cossacks captured fifteen hunt;ou and the Trentham Scholarship
dred prisoners.
committed to nationalisation of the' coal
connect with both north "and soiith
An official message from Wellington M. CLEMENCEAU'.S STATEMENT.
Fund.
mines.
trains and that the members for tliel
states that the Government has fixed
communique
Greek
district be requested to urge the DeA
issued from
The Merchant Service Guild has rethe date of the official Peace celebraSmyrna reports numerous conflicts in
partment
p.m.,
July
Received
11.30
Ist.
to make such an alteration
r-ojrnd a letter from
Admiral Lord tions for Sunday 3rd, Monday 4th, and
tbe hinterland of Smyrna between
in the timetable as will allow of such a'
PARIS, June 30.
.Tellicoe stnting that he would be pleased Tuesday sth August. Mr H. H. Eraser,
Greek
to further point out that
presented
Treaty
occupation
troops'
Clemenceau
the
and
Turkish
-and
service;
M.
to meet officers of the merchant vessels secretary of the Timaru Peace CelebraDISSATISFIED GERMANS.
irregulars.
*he Waihao Downs—Studholme railway
during his star in Wellington.
in the Chamber of Deputies. In a
HIS WORK IN PARIS.
tions Committee, last evening received speech he said: "France makes
is
a coal carrying line, and any curLONDON, June 30.
Peace
In connection with the presentation a telegram from Mr Russell, Minister
BERLIN, June 29.
The Australian cricketers playing the .' "DAILY
tailment of the service, is going to add
of "Oh Oh Delphine"
to-morrow of Internal Affairs, as above, adding: as she made war, without weakness. InMAIL'S"'ETJLOGY.
Herr Helfferrich, ex-Financial Secret West of Scotland made 638 for sir
any shortage of coal that may exist,
to
necessary
ternal
Peace
is
well
as
as
ex("Thursday) evening it may he said that "No alteration will be made in the
tary of Germany, in an interview de- wickets
not out 131), Trenand also (that a local firm is quite preBy Electric Telegraph—Copyright.
Miss Florence Young and Mr Reginald celebration arrangements indicated in ternal Peace."
clared that Herr Erzberger had done nery 118,(Murray
Bull
pared
Collins
94.
to supply the necessary coal at a!
103,
Taylor
(Official).
jr>Rb«>rts._ who were unable to appear my circular of loth March, and the
(5.
jmore harm to Germany than Mr WilIS THE PEACE WORTHY?
reasonable cost to, run the service.."
J
in "Katiuka" in Timaru a few weeks suggestions therein regarding the obserClemenceau and Mr Lloyd
LONDON, Juno 30.
British
son,
M.
revenue
for
the
June
Mr G. S. Meredith pointed
quarter
ago, have
now both recovered from vances on Sunday, Monday, and TuesGeorge combined. The Germans must
Referring to Mr Massey's departure, the total that could be brought out-'that>
00 Eluding Customs
MR HUGHES'S OPINION,
in from
their indisposition, and will positively day, will therefore stand."
prepare for a day of revenge and re- £30,315,000. Excise '£20,345.000,
the
"Daily Mail" editorially says:— the Waihao Downs district qui the'railproappear to-morrow evening.
surrection.
The coming generation perty and income taxes- £39,114,000
Conference at!
The
Timber
Workers'
Massey,
June
30.
Prime
for
week
under
LONDON,
"Mr
a
Minister of New- way
the new restrict_ An important sale of a delightfully
Wellington has concluded. The Conferexcess'profits tax £63.791,000.
Mr Hughes, interviewed by the Aus- would again rouse up the nation.
situated residental property in Selwyn ence decided to request- the Government tralian
Zealand, leaves Paris to-day on his re- ed services would be 120 tons, and tha-fj
Press Association, said: "AH
OTTAWA,
June
26.
his
alone
was
firm
sending
PROPAGANDA
OF
REVENGE.
turn
to
fair
far
Dominion.
Street, Timaru, is to he held on Satur- to enact legislation compelling owners
A
that
He de- of coal per week, it was in 150 tons
Ihe Government estimates
men are asking themseJves, is this
quite evident
ay the 12th inst., at Tattersall's Sale
parts with a creditable record of ser- that the train ai-rangements
sawmills to provide bathroom and Peace worthy of the great objects for
total wheat area at 16,958.500Canada's
acres
were Dot
Rooms, when the C.F.C.A. will offer of
COPENHAGEN, June 29.
nnd the probable yield at 320 million vice for the State and Empire as a only inadequate bult absurd for a town
room accommodation for workwhich the Allies fought, worthy of the
the brick residence of the late Mr John drying
Several
German
Conservative
jourthat
the
bushels.
A resolution was passed
member of the Imperial War Cabinet like Waimate.
critics,
great sacrifices made? Some
Ivelland and two adjoining quarter- ers.
nals appeared in black borders. They
Conference was of opinion that the notably General
LONDON, June 26.
and as New Zealand's plenipotentiary
acre sections in Trafalgar Street. PosMr Nash was strongly in favour of
condemn the bitterly attacked the Entente and the
I'itty thousand Jews
time had arrived for the organisation Treaty as unjust Smuts,
demonstrated |at the Peace Conference. Those who calling a public meeting to protest!
to Germany. I besession of the properties will be given of
German Majority parties. The Treaty in London. They marched
departments covering all lieve it
industrial
unjust to the Allies, if to
procesin
is
the restriction. Other businesson the 26th inst.
against
the workers in the building and wood- anyone. Does the Treaty safeguard the is described as dictated by Satanic hate. sion to the Queen's Hall, where they [are. acquainted with Mr Massey's work men), however,
preferred to forward on
The papers add that Germans must held service in memory
Owing to the epidemic the
St. working trades, and that the national world against future
in Paris will readily agree that few the
of
the
viSfcfms
German aggres- teach their children "Retribution" and ot
resolutions and see if anything was
Andrews' Caledonian Society had to executive he instructed to call a conferstatesmen
have rendered better service done by the Departments concerned to>
Germany's
sion?
Navy
destroyed,
is
"Revenge,"
before
learn
they
postpone its annual sports last Decemence of all the workers' organisations
to say
The French traitor, Paul Teulat, an to the
Empire. His tenacity of pur- improve matters.
"mother" or "father." They must rid
ber. It has now been decided to hold involved. It was decided that the her mighty legions scattered, her genepose and sound common-sense have
the annual concert and dance on Fri- national executive be located in Christ- rals in exile or disgrace, her great War the country of traitors, namely the aviator, who supplied
It was pointed out thnfb there-was?
information
enday, 18th July. Mr Na-ylor and party church for the ensuing year, with Mr Lord himself a fugitive, but I do not leaders of the Democrats and
often
the abling .the Germans to train- "Big
maintained British interests when any amount-..ofcoal auite,'haridy; to the
from Timaru will render several items Hiram Hunter as secretary. The next believe thaifc Prussian militarism is Centre Party. • ■
line
filfc Messrs Meredith"' and Go's'ininebeen
Bertha" precisely upon Paris has been it would have
easier to have weak- at Tva'ha© Porks,
and a most enjoyable evening is Conference was set down for Welling- dead. The bes't assurance for the world's
and that if' tin's: cord
sentenced to death.
Teulai
in- ened on principle and accepted less wan mixed with
sent
assured. Any profits will be devoted to ton in June 1920.—(Press Association.) peace is not the Versailles Treaty, but
conditions of Recovery
coal of.■>;fair
formation through a neutral country valuable results.
That remarkable quality, it would "another
the Wounded Soldiers' Fund.
the alliance of Britain, America and
be
quite,, good enough
a
pocket''
means
of
handkerchief
The public of South Canterbury have France, under which 'the two former HINDENBURG ON
Iby
~',/•
the
of
the
WAR,
document,
report
The Government has authorised the es- taken the firm of Thomson at their
.SECOND
printed in invisible ink, Teulat is. now
Respon- to rim the service on. ■■'■'.
tablishment of an experimental farm of word and are enjoying to the full the would be pledged to assist France if
sibilities Commission, bears the impress
in Germany
"hiding
:By
Electric Telegraph—Copyright.
100 acres at Galloway, Central Otago. benefit of the great co-partnery record Germany attacks her. I believe that
of his stern sense of justice and un'
LISBON, June 29.
Australian and N.Z. Cable Assn.
Arrangements are also being made for bonus sale. Everything in the sale Germany, despite the change in her GoA new Cabinet has been'formed with swervable attachment to the Empire's
July
Received
S.o
j.s still the same as the Gerp.m.,
Ist
vernment,
on
special
experimental
carrying
work bills (which they desire should be kept)
Cordozo as Premier, and Barreto as cause. It is in no small measure due to
in Central Otago in
BERLIN, June 29.
connection with is absolutely true and they have some man v of 1914.
The Government issued a proclama- Foreign Minister.
his statesmanlike acumen that Samoa
the regrassing of depleted areas. marvels not even got that length, but
"The financial clauses of the Treaty
STOCKHOLM, June,2s.
One of the scientific
If T was ask>d tion to the German people stating:—
agriculturists that is nothing! The blankets
and are unsatisfactory.
Strikes are again ravaging the' Mos- will never again be controlled by a forMi- James Craigie, M.P., left te-day
requirement
The
first
who have been engaged for giving down quilts—cheaper than
is fulfilment of cow district.
eign Power, and he has secured for New for Wellington
blankets, whether Australia's share of Germany's
to lesuino his du'cies Willi
expert advice
to farmers is to
be the coats, the dresses, double width Is reparation will be substantial I can only the Treaty; the second, work; and tho
Advices froin Buda Pest state that a Zealand a, share of the valuable
ihe
Parlaamentaiy Industries Comphosstationed at Dunodin. His services will
to 13s 6d and more. The flannels, the say that I devoutly hope so. The solu- third, faithfulness to duty. The only counter-revolutionary outbreak 'occur- phate island of Nauru, in the
mittee.
bo available for Otago and Southland 9d
way
out
of
the
South
rep-nrdinrr
darkness of this Treaty red, in which some officers seized i a
,warm underwear, the overcoats,
German possessions in
the tion
The death is announced at Mattel-ton,
farmers.
attention. +he Pac'fic wilT enable Australia, to en- is through the preservation of the Em- Danube monitor while others occupied Pacific. New Zealand and the Empire at the age of £3, of Mi: Charles
suits, the ties, command
A.
The first practice of the cenbined Talk about things dear! Why there is tire her T>si|t«tfnal safetv. protect her pire and the nation by unity and the artillery barracks. The monitor may be well satisfied with his work at Tabuteau., who was at one
time manager
heirs which are to give a grand con- many a thing just now in that stock r-W'n'niV Interest".
tn°.i«'t' i" ii- work.
three times shelled the Soviet building. the"Peace Conference, and we wish him of tthe Bank of New South Wales,
Hindenburg,
to
replying
got
price
policy
request
suppressed,
could
not
be
at
four
times
the
tact
her
of
White
Australia."
The
outbreak
and
the
cert during the Peace celebrations was
a
a
.'
was
God speed."
Geraldine.
t>y the Minister of Defence for a state- leaders arrested.
held in Trinity Hall last night under in Britain and ten times in Germany.
Mr C. D. Hardie, who has beeii 43
BRITISH DELEGATES.
the conductorship of Mr Purcell Webb. Ask for anything. Tons! Thomson
ment of his attitude in view of the
SAN FRANCISCO. June 30.
the
the
years
service of
Canterbury
in
Entente's rejection of the German reCaptain William MacDohald. of MelThere was a largo number of choristers went in heavy; he knew it would be
Education Board, has just retired oil
WARMLYWELCOMED HOME.
prohibitive.
servations, said if hostilities were re- bourne asserts that he will be ready
Old
present and about two hours was spent right. New prices
It is stated that
superannuation.
prices
suit
the
of
Timaru.
sumed
the
Germans
would
be
able
to
Sale,
people
|to
fly
15th
He
m rehearsing choruses from the pens of
August.
to Australia on
throughout his long service Mr Jlardie
conquer the province of Posen and refuses to give details of his plans.
Received 9.5 p.m. July Ist.
the great masters. Mr Webb, in thank- prices at that.
never asked for and was never 'given
Soldiers whose next of kin have
maintain the frontiers in the east; hut
SYDNEY. July 1.
, THE TOWNSVILLE
mg the members for their enthusiasm
LONDON, June 30.
RIOTS.
leave of absence.
Mr Lloyd George and Mr Bonar Law could hardly reckon upon success in
The Minister of Health on- the
said, judging by the first practice a received word of their early return by
Mr Donald McDonald has been apthe west.
A favourable issue., was strength of medical officers' reports
By Eltjctric Telegraph—Copyright.
very successful concert would eventu- the Marama, due at Auckland on the were accorded a great ovation on appointed manager for Messrs 3?yne,
Australian and ~N.Z. Cable Assn.
Mc- pearing in the House of Commons, the therefore very doubtful, hut c.s a sol- showing a marked decline in the numate. In the absence, of Miss Brown, the 17th inst. are—Sergt-Major A.
■
Gould, Guinness, Ltd., Geraldins, a.nd
Mclntyre, Roslyn Terrace, members singiug "God
Save tile dier he would prefer an honourable ber of cases in the past few days, exBRISBANE, July 1.
through indisposition, Miss Intyre (Mrs
Private W. E. Whyte (J. H. King," and cheering heartily.
fall to an ignominious peace.
The Unionist leaders of the Towns- Mr S. R. O'Oallaghan, assistant, manapresses a belief that the Stato has
Werner kindly presided at the piano mother);
ger.
Mr George Williams returns to "the
Whyte,
Church
Street,
father); Rifleat shorb notice.
Mr Lloyd George explains the Peace
now passed! the crest of the influenza ville rioters appeared before the Courts
Timaru office of the same firm.
man C. W. Taylor (Mrs A. E. Taylor, Treaty on Thursday, and introduces a
The deaths in the and were remanded. '
epidemic wave.
At the Police Court i n Timaru veswere
They
LABOUR
mother); Rifleman L. W.
CONFERENCE
SYMPackman Ratification Bill.
metropolitan area in the last two days guarded by police
terday Frederick James Bradv
with fixed bayonets.
PATHETIC. '
"who (Mrs L. Packman, Rathmore Street, Hundreds of congratulatory messages
were' 79.
was charged with
A meeting of the Cabinet decided to
was wife). The following are coming by the have reached
drunkenness
WASHINGTON, June 30.
Lloyd
George
from
all
Miconvicted and fined 10s, in default 2-1 Chupra, due at Lyttelton on the "22nd
"The Times."
close
all
hotels
in Townsville until the
Senator Borah, during the League of
•' LONDON;
-ours' imprisonment. A first offender, inst:—Second Lieutenant Louis Kane parts, including Lord Mayors, Mayors,
June 26de'vite, declared tint financial trouble is over.
bodies.
'•harged with drunhf-mvess and with reThe Labour Conference carried a re- Na+ions obviously intended to exof the lStlis; Private A. W. Clare (Mrs and many public
interests
Proclamation"
calls upon citizens
A
:-ist!n£>; the police, was convicted or. the 11. \V. Clare. Wilson Street,
nnd
mother); MR, LLOYD GEORGE OVATIONED. solution, on Mr>theRamsay Macdonald's ploit Europe's natural
." KILLED BY TRAIN.
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iharge of dlunkennesg, and on the other Private S. Clarke, of the 29ths
speedy admittance would have the United States under- to refrain from participating in
motion, urging
(Mrs
demonstrations.
charge was fm<=-d 20s, in default three A .Clarke, Church Street, mother);
of Germany to the League of Nations,
investment.
Lloyd
Georgo
proceedWhile
write
Mr
was
(Per
their
Press
Association.;
days' imprisonment.
Hugh Mol.ear, Private S. D. Quick (Mrs
A further Proclamation • is being'
R. E. Quick, ing from Downing Street in .a car to and revision by tho League of harsh
was charged wi/h drunkenness and with Baker Street, mother); Private
issued calling on all possessors of-fireJ. Parliament he was surrounded by. a provisions in the Peace Treaty, which
TE KUITI, July 1.
using obscene language.
On the first Waller, Geraldine. Private F.
the resolution declares are inconsistent
Burarms to hand theni to the Magistrate
Thomas Lowrie, aged 55, a married
Cheers re- with statements made by the Allies
charge he was convicted, and on the mester, who returned to the Dominion vast cheering crowd.
FREEDOM FROM COLDS.
fecond he. was convk-ted and fined 40s, on the Weimar, which arrived at Auck- sounded inside the House for several when the armistice was arranged.
FITNESS THE BEST P&OTKCTION. at Townsville, threatening prosecution surfaceman, was .killed on the railway
this afternoon. Deceased and Owen,
in default seven days' imprisoment. and on Monday, June 23, arrived in minutes, and the occupants of the pubOver and ofor again, medical, authori- for failure to comnly.
The release of the unionist leaders another surfaceman, were on a trolley
Isnnc Vincent, wa<: charged -with as- Timaru from Christ-church on Monday. lic galleries joined in singing "God
FOOLS VERSUS GENTLEMEN.
ties have pointed but that best protecreturning
Save the King."
after
their
sarltinc a man bv scratching his facn
tion against colds is good health, and a on bail at Townsville had a calming ef- day's work,to andPuketutu
Mail order department— Pouter's pay
when rounding a bend
Sir Donald MacLean • welcomed the
language. On
„~
and with using
Lord Fisher writes to "The Times" robust constitution. If .people only fect. The town is now quiet.
freight on all orders for footwear. Premier on his return after as arduous; that
they met an up goods train. Owen slid
healoh
and
good
for
the oharsre of assault he was convicted Money refunded
the
classic
German
observed
the
laws
remark adif goods
satisfac- and responsible duties aa ever were unoff and was only slightly
injured.
and fined 10s and on the second charw tory. Shop by post withnot
dressed to a British officer:
"You kept themselves fift colds would soon be
the largest dertaken by any British Minister.
Lowrie had no chance as he had his
I> P -n-as convio+-pd nnd fined 40s, in de- boot store in South Canterbury.
always will be fools;. we never will be a thing of .the past and with tihi>m many AUSTRALIAN SEAMEN'S STRIKE.
Try
engine.
to
the
The
us
back
trolley/ was
days' imprisonment.
Mr Lloyd George agreed that it had gentlemen," is applicable to the Scapa of the troubles they bring m their
fault
for your nest pair. Hundreds of satissmashed to pieces.
an anxious time owing to the Flow incident.
Received 1.40 a.m;y July 2nd.
Lord Fisher adds:
Mr Barrass, cnief of the mechanical Red mail order clients. Souter's Boo* been
gigantic
interests
and
lest
involved,
SYDNEY,
in
case
ii
prefer
the
whole
be
ill-healith
some
I
s
■jjuly 1.
Of'course,
'"On
to
a fool,
statf ot tiie J. C AviUiamson Opera Store, Box 160, Timaru.
any failing on his part should prejudice even as a matter of business. Suppose; chronic, but
The position of the shipping;'strike is
majority all
in the great
Company, arrived from Dumeum yesterSend youi exposed films _to us and the country.
The Treaty was, the we make the Germans, who have heaps
to make one. fit and well ■unchanged. Both sides are marking
is
needed
Out
of
seventeen Presbyterian
day witn some trunks of "properties," you may be certain they will Be develthat
and most far of coal, supply the Allies next winter,
of reprewinch, ne nas to get iuco position in oped and printed just as you -wish. Our most comprehensive
and proof against colds, and kindred time, pending the interview with
in Southland!, wh'db in, reever concluded as regards the
a longer time."
Mr Churches
course, of that great sentatives of the seamen
for
is
a
invitation,
perhaps
complaints,
sponse
the Theatre Royai for Thursday even- finishing department is well equipped reaching
or
to
the
(of the Presbynumber of signatories and the future
Watt in Melbourne.
tonic food, Wilson's Malt Extract.
ing's production of "On! On! Delsupplies, cameras,
tery, sen!t in the opinion of their respec•n photographic
affected.
Great and
of
territories
that
there
is
own
a
reported
hopeis
It
is
has
been
Malt
Extract
nature's
twenty enlargers, albums, eix., you will find promising
tive ; Sessions and congregations on
phme." Mr Barrass
Wilson's
experiments were embodied TROOPS IN OCCUPIED TERRITORY tonic
ful feeling among the men over, the Church
years wixh the firm, and has toured and you are always certain of the best
food, restorative and body-builder. probable
Union, only two were against
in the Treaty, calculated to alter the
outcome
the concentrated essence of prime
New Zealand a greater number of results possible. Whatever you require whole character of the world's affairs,
It
is
the proposal.—(Press Association.)
FRATERNISING PERMITTED
barley, anJd as such is exceptionThe Kodak
times. He states tnat the present Comthe best selection here.
malted
turn
to
the
destinies
The
effect
of the coal shortage on
and
new
give a
Theatre
pany has a larger tonnage of scenery Depot, Baxter's Pharmacy.
ally rich in strength promoting, properdomestic needs in "Wellington, is indiof mankind.
LONDON June 30.
of it quickly makes you
t:nd stage accessories than any other lluildincs.
ties.
course
SHORT
A
"WITH
HAIR.
WOMEN
by
cated
the
following Press Association
Chilblains are nstantJy relieved and
The "Daily Telegraph's" Cologne hale and hearty, and gives you the vir
company that has previously visited
Anyone who has travelled 'through message received last night:—Following
THE EX-KAISER.
cured by the use of Baxter's
correspondent states that after salvoes taliity to resist the onslaughts of colds
thickness,
New Zealand, and he in his department promptly
fact
in
many
and
upon a notice that fresh orders for coal
Chilb'ain Liniment.
preparation
Saturday small parties of British ;>nd" similar troubles. Chemusts and growth
has a permanent staff of eleven, which acts like a charm, andTMs
who have used it will tell you their would be received by the State Coal Dc !
In the House of Commons Mr on*
those who suffer
soldiers travelled along the streets stores everywhere, with or w'thout Cod hair
lias to be largely added xo by local with chilblains should 'never
better than ever before, and partment's local office, a rush set in to
is
Harmsworh stated that there had been singing.
bo
. n;i
T.,v
without
its
"Wilson
s."
B© sure
hands in every town. This statement it. Bottkg one shilling each at
exwhere the hair was previously becoming book up as soon as the office was openno negotiations hitherto for the
BaxGeneral Robertson has cancelled the
throws an interesting Jight upon one ter's PharmaT,
grey the ooilour has also been restored. ed. So insistent was the crowd on' getThe Allies had
Theatre Buildings, Kaiser's extradition.
prohibiting fraternisation with
orders
aspect of 'the Opera Company's business. Timaru.
allow
the Kai- Germans. He trusted to the soldiers'
Af a genuine all round hair tonic it ting into the office that the assistance
urged Holland not to
The total roll of the company on tour
MONEY SAVING, HOME-MADE
is'undoubtedly without an equal. Its ■of a police constable had to be p'rocnred
Rowland Watson. North End Saloon, ser to ejscape.
good sense concerning their relations
FOR
COLDS,
merit is proved by the_ steadily inis between SO and 90.
REMEDY
Mr Bottomley reminded the House with the population. The latter were
ito prevent people rushing the doors.
nest Dominion, draws special attention
BRONCHITIS, ETC.
most cases cut short owing to. th© reFrom the hill tops of MeKensiie comes to his fine stock of pipes, 8.8.8. and that "Wilhelin threatened suicide, and interested spectators.
At a eonierence of de.egates of local
Asthma,
of
Bronchitis,
The treatment
of loss from influenan. In some bodies
sult
would
the
Government
do
their
and
Bell
call
for
Hannah's
Order
Ben
Wade
for
Saloon
asked
Herren
Muller
invited
their
and Gftambers of Commerce of
preference.
always
the
boots.
by
short cropped
Influenza,, and Sore Throats calls
in
best to expedite this inexpensive solu- three Entente esqortago officers to lun- Coldsso'mething that will destroy disease women with recently cannot hair,
Jield. yesterday, it was. repost. Men's whole back, pegged, water- at your service.
Wellington,
hulp hut
for
the
Dominion
(Laughter.)
tion.
train.
strong
tight boots, very
cheon at the
and bronchial have • noticed the endless number of solved that the time had arrived, when
soles, tips and Every week-end the housewife finds
germs from the throatinflamed
price
Maker's
19s
6d.
the
Oovernment
should construct the
plates.
See some article of living increased in
mucus instances the scalp is still very bar*
tubes, soothe and heal
SOUTH AFRICAN DELEGATES.
page 4. Timaru and most towns.
But C.M.C. Sheep Tongues
membrane, loosen phlegm, and tone up and patchy, but among the thousands main arterial roads of the Dominion,
prioe.
thea view to
formation of perliave not increased in price, ibut have
who have used Dr Wdson's Regenera- with
If you have a cold in the head use the general system.
General Botha returns to Africa on
some swelling,
A tin of these delicious
Chilblam's.—Redness,
For this purpose money cannot buy a tor there is not one case where the manent highways; tihat all local bodies
and itching are the decreased.
by
adding
urged
co-operate
intolerableof heat
than
recovered
its
tongues contains as much nutriment is Wednesday., and General Smuts at the
Ito
in the work of
fully
medicine
not
normal
be
marked
relief.
it
better
hair
has
up
Keep
notice a
and
an unbroken chilblain. Our
equal amount
features
of fresh meat. end of July.
for Hean- s creasing sales during the past 15 years, putjting main roads in such permanent
(8). HEENZO (registered named sweetening
the cold soon vanishes.
liniment will at once reduce an
Tongues are tasty and appetischilblain
water and
a hair tonic of condition, with respect to surface and
requiring
C.M.C.
warm
Essence)
anyone
to
and
the itching, reduce the swelling, and ing on all occasions.
Ask your grocer
Children like "WADE'S WORM FIGS as per easy directions supplied with sterling value .should try it. It i s pro- width, as to carry with safety the-raMR WILSON AT SEA,
(10)
effect a cure. Price Is a bottle only for a tin 1
(8) each bottle- 'As HEENZO costs only curable ia Timaru from all high class pidly increasing number of motor—-sure and certain. Price la 6d.
from L. B.
James, Prescription To young and old, to great and small,
2s and a r-int of a ready-made cough chemists and hairdressers, and also driven vehicles.—(Press: Association.)
Wilson
wirelessed
Chemist. Timaru.
President
from
ills
The most common of
is prohably mixture would cost at least 12s, it will at. J. R. McKenzie's, Alixs Strachan's
Some day there comes a time t 0 all, aboard
A concert and dance in aid of the
the George Washington, in re- the ordinary cold, and the most suc- be seen that a big money saving is to Indies' depot, Ballantyne's, and the piano
When the thermometer is low, you A time of sickness and distress,
fund is advertised to be held in
want your feet in a. pair of Hannah's When timely aid we grasp and bless. ply to a message from King George. cessful of cures for this common ill ia be effected by making your own cough C.F.C.A.; Timaru and country branches. the Hilton Hall on the 10th inst.
possessed
strong
(Hean's
Essence)
Wilson
said
he
is
Mr
a
boots.
bottles
of
60
doses
PRICE.
poor
4s,
In
IF
Remember
make
when
and
"NAZOL."
for
HEENZO
4s
6d.
may
mixture,
POSTED,
watertight
we
It
be
old.
The
Pleasant Point Caledonian
of the truth, of the King's Is 6d.
or
(8). stocked by Chemists and Stores,
N.B.—Mr Handy, toilet specialist, Society have tickets out for their
5000 pairs weekly, and pass them out Or maybe when we've cough and cold; convictionconcerning
new ties between
message
post-free 'on receipt of price from Duntfdin. is sole agent for New Zealand animal plain and fancy dress ball on
to you at maker's prices* See page 4. But wiiensoe'er it be, we're sure
great British people and those of
Woods' Great Peppermint Our* Hean's Pharmacy, Wanganui. Get tho and Australia, fronv whom ...wholesale July 10th,
Hannah's, Tjmaru*.
To Welcome Woods'
.Great Peppermint the
-■
For Chronic Chest Ooiaplaiata.
12 supplies »ajr be obtained*
V
(H) tie United States..
genuine every, time*
Qjrfc
Turks handed a Note to' the
It is an amazing
Council of Ten.
document, containing a startling state.
menfc that Turkey inists on complete,
unity and independence as before the
The Note states -th-it Turkey
war.
is willing to admit independence to
Armenia, but proposes only a partial independence for Palestine under a Turkish Governor.
"The
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CABLES.
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MR MASSEY.
GERMANY.
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Is obtainable.
They can only get
out by a narrow doorway, which is
still admitting passengers or friends
To throw open the wide doors, let
the others get away with convenient
speed, and clear the platform for newcomers, would be to run the risk of
losing a few "bhreepennies" from the
late arrivals, though, before a. train
comes in, the Department will have
reaped enough for
full hara
vest of these from an exploited and
The railalways hampered public.
way platform would be quite inadeinate under any circumstances, but -it
js made worse when it is not allowed
k> have its. proper exits. During the
ime that services are to be cut down
,he Department might take the opportunity of widening its platform, the
JULY 2 1919
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THE TlMAlltf HIBALB WEBNESBAY
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SHE TIMARTJ HSRALBi
8
WEDNESDAY,
JULY
2 1919
THE RABBIT MENACE.
■■"■■■»■
THE MANUFACTURE OF POISON.
that it
I- ofLeai'iiing
the Department
was the intention
to manufacture
pollard poison for rabbits at a central
depots as at.
station
instead
of
at
local
i
present, the Fail-lie Rabbit Committee.
that the!
smaller
manufacturing centres be
maintained as far as possible, in order
that the settlers might get the poison
in a- fresher condition than would be
possible if the business were centralised.
The injurious effect of the
manufacture of the poison under present methods at Fairlio and elsewhere
was fully-''recognised, but it was considered that even if the smaller manufacturing depots were maintained mechanical aid could be called in, thus
minimising the risk to workers. Mr
C. J. Talbot .accordingly wrote to Dr
Reakes. the Director-General, on the
matter and he has just received the
j
passed a resolution urging
'-.
SUCH EXCEPTIONAL VALUE.
CAS, IS EQUIPPED
WITH EVERY MODERN MOTOP, ACCESSORY, EIiECrRIC
ELECTRIC LIGHTS, OVERSEZE TYRES (NEARLY NEW), PUMP, TOOLS,
TION LAIMP, DICKY SEAT, ETC.
\
THE
*J>
7,
JACK/' INSPEC»
•
-GUARANTEE: SAME AS NEW. CAR.
_'
CLEAR
SAVING
OF
£llO
of the'Rabbit Committee, and T want
to assure you, and the committee, that
the last thing the Department desires
is to do anything which will in any degree hamper %■ retard the efficient
carrying out -01 the, work of rabbit destruction.
"The manufacture of phosphorised
pollard is, as you know, an occupation
detrimental to the health of the men
engaged in the work, unless the most
careful precautions • are taken, and it
is considered that, if a thoroughly efficient and up-to-date "plant is installed
in a central factory, the poison can be
produced, not only with a minimum of
risk to the workers j but also in the
best possible condition for giving good
results when. ■ used.
The time which
would elapse between the manufacture
poison
of
the
and packing>
at a central
factory situated, say. at Dunedin, and
its delivery to a distributing depot at
Fairlie, would be so short that no possible risk -could be incurred of it deMoreover,
teriorating in any way.
our experience in the North Jsland
shows that well manufactured poison
will undoubtedly keep fresh and potent
for a reasonable time after being properly packed in, hermetically sealed
tins.
"Personally, T do not think that the
settlers need have any fear that they
will not get just as good poison under
the suggested new arrangement as they
receive at present.
Indeed, on the
contrary, I have every reason to anis found.
any
change
that,
if
ticipate
it will be on the lines of improvement
otherwise.
rather than
"You will quite understand ' that T
am desirous of having this business of
the manufacture and distribution of
rabbit-poison established on the best
lines, and carried-out under good principles, both commercially and otherwise, and I would repeat that the last
thing in my mind, is to do anything
which will in any degree hamper or
render more difficult tho work of the
settlers' in coping wrwi this extremely
serious pest.
In any case, the new
plant will have to prove its efficiency
thoroughly before any of the old ones
are done away with, and, in view of
the opinions expressed, I am further
consulting those responsible officers of
tli9 Department who are personally conversant with everything connected with
rabbit-poisoning, with a view to obtaining their opinions on the further
contentions now set forward."
L. Coe,
D.
Stpwell, W. Cague. and T. Sullivan 67,
J; Allan and Miss." W. Arden, 69
"Next week the Club will commence
a~-threc-night shoot for a trophy presentsd'By Mr J. White.
"
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WELCOME HOME.
*
AT "WASIEDYKE.
On j?i'djj at V isbdjkc™ a'welcome
home was tendeied to Corporal Riddell,
Lante CcipoiaK MtMuicoie and Harkness and Pirwites Ivellj, Hams, and
Uro'Aii. The function, ovei which Mi
Mee piesidecl, look the form ct i concert and dance The formei was piovided b\ a paity from Timaru, organised by Mr G. H. Andrews, and was
iiiuch ecjojed by an audience that filled the "Washd-ile Hall Almost elrery
item was ■encored. Songs were "render
ed by Mrs.Rule and Mr Andrews, violin solos by Miss Annett, flute solos bv
!>lr Mallei, and
ei al' pieces b\ tiifl
South Canteibuij Oiche&tia
At;the conclusion of the concert the
performeis lece'ved a heaity rote of
thanks for ' their . services, and then
Mr Mee affcei a short address Presented each of the returned men with a,
gold med&l. He extended a hearty 'welcome home to eacll soldiei
spoke of
T.he "great v ork theA had done it tlie
front and hoped that tliev woull soci
all settle down happily and find a suc(p«fnl caieer I*l fiont of them
11°
also uitmated Hint tho Washdvke and
Levels Patriotic Committee- •with the
hch> of the people of the combined districts intended to make an effort in
the-direction of a permanent memorial
•to those soldiers who had fallen, and
said he w*s csitam T hat the people,
when called on, would respond generou=U
Each- of the recipients responded,
thanking +ho people for their welcome
and"-.expressing the pleasure at being
homo aaam.
An eniovable dance with supper fol1 lowed,
iiuisic being; supplied bv Mr and
Miss Coupei -*hlle Mr C O Co
acted wirh his nsunl pffirjenc- ns M C
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THE NOVEMBER EPIDEMIC.
'Many people who escaped the influenza 1 -outbreak,
on comparing notes,
earner-, to the. conclusion r that -nothing
"was-sb effective as Fluenzol in warding
off .the disease.
The daily irrigation
of the throat and nasal cavity with
Fluenzol is a certain preventive. Insist on genuine Fluenzol.
Is 6d 2s
M.
(5)
as.
no.
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Stafford St., Timaru.
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MISS HAWKEY,
PASTRYCOOK
CONFECTIONER
Hue just added
TEA ROOMS,
Well Situated and Appointed, to hej
Business.
MORNING AND AFTERNOON TEAS
with privacy and home comfort, will
always be obtained there. Best Cake3t
Delicious Tea, and Good Service.
SOFT DRINKS.
Nq Waiting.
Civility,,
Attention.
CENTRAL TEA ROOMS.
CAKE
CONFECTIONERY DEPOT.
&
FITTINGS, BATTERIES, ETC.
ELECTRICAL
OVERHAULED BY AN EXPERT.
YOUR
HAVE
eoflsubT
Battery and Self-Starter Specialist.
&
He is now in a position to undertake all manner of Electrical Overhauling of Cars at a very Reasonable Charge. Any make of «l?*T*ry
Electrical System Overhauled. Armatures. Field Coils and Relays
Rewound.
Electric Lighting System Fitted to Any Make ot Oai
Communia Speciality.
Cars Inspected and Advice Given Free.
cations promptly attended to.'
PROPRIETRESS.
or
;.
for Sale.
1 ""~*IANOS
Iron
strung
Magnificent OverUpright
Frame
Grand. Beautiful rosewood case, rich;
suitable
tone; 95 guineas cash or
terms. Brunsden's, Direct
Street.
I Stafford
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j^SßaSßs&,^»^^R«;g«?igga
HIGH PRAISE.
CERTIFICATED PLUMBER AND
DRAINER,
BELLHANGER, AN"
METAL WORKER.
GASFITTER,
ADIES ARE. CRITICAL—and when
she displays her Ring to lady
friends it will be "poohed at" if not
up to the mark.
Purchase, therefore, where only the
Finest Rings are offered.
PURCHASE AT DUNN'S
HERE ARE DELIGHTFUL RINGS,
in Finest Gold, set with Flawless,
Dazzling Gems, and-priced well within
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DEFENCE ORGANISATION OF
DOMINION:.
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Tlie following .letter .-has :",beon' received by the Minister of Defence (Sir
James Allen) from General Sir Henry
Wilson, Chief of the Imperial General
,
Staff:—
•'Dear Sir James,—l am very grate-,
ful for yoiir letter of February 8 forwarding the most interesting statement
regarding the provision and maintenance of the New Zealand Expeditionary
Force, n most able and clear document
upon which yonr Chief of Staff is to
be congratulated.
From the point of
view of the General Staff here, ■what
most strike's the eye is the readiness
with which New Zealand responded to
all demands made'by'the Imperial Government; and the thoroughness with
which all the arrangements in connection with the Expeditionary Force
:It is clear that
were ■carried out
this would not have, 'been possible but
for the forward state, prior to 1914.
of your preparations for organisation
Preparation and coin case of war.
operation have been the two watchwords of success in this war, and I
r,m glad to' say that .we have always
found them, not only on the lips but
in the hearts of the New 'Zealand
troops.
"HENRY WILSON,
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A further tribute from high authority is contained in a letter, from Sir
William Birdwood.to Sir James Allen:
—"That New Zealand has bec-nable
to keep its Division up to strength,
and even more than Tip to. strength, is
a very great achievement, which is pro-j
bably not appreciated by those who do
not ' know all the difficulties involved."
JOBBING WORK A SPECIALTY*
STAFFORD STREET SOUTH,
TIMARU.
Telephone 835.
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L. Hokin,
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East week the numbers .of. .St. Andrews Sine ClSjCshot for a trophy presented 'liy Mr Ken Mayo. Mi.W W.
Arden, L. Coe and 11. Arden tied with
their handicaps. The best scores were
.
ST. ANDREWS CLUB.
-
because he was present at the turning
of the first sod, before the works were
built, as well as the opening ceremony,
when they were completed; and was one
of the speakers on each of these ausPAREORA FREEZING WORKS.
picious occasions. Yesterday a compliment was paid to Mr Craigie by asking
NEW MACHINERY, .
him to start the new machine, and hav"Progress" and "Can'terbury Frozen ing deftly set tho machinery in mo.tion
Meat Company," have always been syn- (it ran
smoothly as clockwork) ho
onymous terms.
When the Company addressed a few words to those,present.
decided to eredt works in South CanMr Craigie acknowledged the compliterbury fifteen years ago and selected ment paid him, and wait on to say
Pareora by the sea as the site for that the new Haslam was '-'the last
them, there were those who were dubi- word" in refrigerating machinery. The
ous as to the wisdom of the venture. old Hercules had done great and good
But those who were timid in the mat- work, having refrigerated over four
ter did not know South Canterbury; million carcases, and though is
had
they watched the new works grow like never yet failed them, the management
a p'ltum tree sown in a flower pot, conwould doubtless feel nwre comfortable'
stantly requiring more space for ex-' in the knowledge that tlicy had a standpansion, and the last doubting Thomas by. The chief engineer (Mr • Robert
.Robertson) was a Scotchman,, and „,he
has long since disappeared.
To-day the Pareora Freezing Works would appreciate what he (the speaker)'
are models of their kind. There are meant, when he said it was "gie riskv."
none 'to excel them in New Zealand, Mr: Craigie gave some interesting inforwalk through them shows witih mation concerning the works when
and. askill,
wlialb
celerity, and cleanliness the they were first opened on Aprill 7, 1904,farmers' fat stock is made ready for when a special (train _ had come down
human consumption. It is interesting from Christchnreh bringing, representato note too, in these days of hare r>as- tive graziers and farmers from North
tures and lack of insulated ships, that Canterbury, and
many prominentthe _works have a wonderful capacity, shareholders ini the Company. Some of
fewer than 350,000 carcases finding the visitors, he said, were pessimistic,
"ice" rind donbited whether their
had
a safe TeoosJtory in the big
"horcsp: The killitifr capacity of the works heen wisely speut, in works an Pareora.
But
there
neither
was
doubt nor pessiis _SOOO sheep per day, and at tlie present; time 35W sheep and lambs and. mism to-dav, and the success achieved
abpui- iirhirtv head of _ cattle are being more than justified 'the erection of these'
works. Mr Craigie went,on to speak
put v through daily;
Por a long time past 'the Company of the marvellous growth of the freezing
have been carrying on with a big. Her-' industry and of its value 'to the Domincules engine, capable of freezing. 6000 ion. In 1904 the value of the frozen
sheepra'day/ aindnt has done its work meat sent away from. New Zealand was
well -without f.ault of amy; kind. But" .-£3,300,000; to-day it was" £6,400,000.
in,order,.not .to take the risk of a break- Frozen mutton, and 'the wool and pelts
down it'was long, ago determined that from the sheep so treated,-brought in
a stand-by plant should "be put in—one* £11,000,000 in 1904. while to-day they
that coutd s*tep into the breach should brought in over £20,000,000 per annum.
the •monster Hercules: ever go on strike, South Canterbury was a very fine part
and one which could he used at a much of New Zealand, eminently adapted for
lower cost when there was not very closer settlement and more intense
when
this came
much work to -do> as' for instance in cultivation,
aud
the early part of the season before the aboiit the national income from our
rush, of stock started, and at the tail produce would be increased enormously.
end of it.when the season was nearing In conclusion Mr Craigie wished the
its close. "With this ivs view a Haslani Pareora. Works long continued and everengine was ordered about three years increasing pi-osperity. The name Pareago, from the makers in Derbyshire, ora, he said, meant, in Maori, plenty;
but owing to the exigencies of war it and so he would say: "Kapai Pareora,
Ake!
Ake!"—Good Pareora
has only just arrived and been fitted Ake!
up. It is a remarkably efficient engine for ever and ever and ever. (Applause.)
and marks ifche very latest and best in
refrigerating machinery to be found in
NEII/3 NEKVITA.— This fg a
any part of_ the world. "When its
and NERVE FOOD
coat (£5000) is taken into consideration, SPECIAL TONIC
suffering
NERVOUS
it .ought to be all this. There is still 1 for persons When thefrom
nerves are overnothing wrong with the Hercules en- DEBILITY.
are troubled with
gine indeed the piston which was in it strained, and you is
the TONIC you
FAG, this
when, it was originally installed fifteen BRAIN
first stimulates
yeargrago, is slfcill in it. and working as require.theItnerves with the and then
feeds
NUTRIwell'as ever, and though it says much
they require for repair. For
for the engineering staff that they have MENT OF ENERGY, that
TIRED,
LOSS
keen :nble to1 keep the works going durFEELING, LOSS
OF
ing all these years without a stop, so WORN-OUT
APPETITE, and all disorders such as
far as the machinery is concerned, they DIGESTIVE DERANGEMENT resultwill doubtless sleep easier now 'that ing from a reduced state of the nervous
thev-have a stand-by plant.
system, "we can confidently recommend
The new machine was started yester- this preparation. It is highly valuable
females. Pleasant
day in .the presence of the gpneral man. for ANAEMIA in
nwr (Mr Ronald Fishery Mr T>. B. to take, and it never fails. Price 2s
"Penvson Cocal manaoreri, Mr J. Ornisie 6d Bottle; Posted anywhere in New
NEIL'S PHARnumber of the employees. Zealand, 6<J extra.
M.P..
Mr Craigie having been asked to attend MACY. Stafford Street South.
WHERE THE SHEEP GO.
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6.0. FARMES' AGENC7
LIMITED.
reason.
V
WHICH DID SHE SAY ?—Diamonds
alone, or Diamonds and Mixed Gems?
faavo pleasure In
WE
that we have beea
AGENTS for.
JEWELLER
OOMPANIb
annonncnigj
appointed?
'The f<~V ner .Jewellery Store."
iJßl'iiteiA -bui-uX 1 M l-'liiiiMiiuSl'S, fas
the Timaru District, and noa esatrol
the SOLE AGENCY for these Implement* from Winchester in the North
to Makikihi in the South, including
Fairlie and Burrounding Districts.
We have opened a Branch at
No. 10 CHURCH STREET (NEAfI
CAIN'S TERRACE,
BTAiJ'FOIU) Slßl^M),
TIMARU
of MR DAVID MOORE,
where Full Stocks of EXTRAS can be
all times.
at
obtained
We are also maki ri :i Display of tha
various IMPLEMENT'S made by tlw
KASSBY-HARRIS CO.. and incite th©
inspection of all Farmers interested ia
Modern Farm Machinery.
Ab supplies of Extras are difficult to
obtain this season, we would advis®
Clients to let us hav9 a note of theif
requirements as early as possible
We axe al?o carrying; Fuli Stock!) of
BINDER TWINE (ANDREWS'S and
MADDREN'S) and OILS at
onr Tiniaro
Branch.
in charge
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OUR ANNUAL STOCKTAKING IS AT HAND, AND BEING HEAVILY OVERSTOCKED WE ARE DETHE WHOLE STOCK IS AT YOUR DISPOSAL, AjsT> SP.-CE ALLOWS
TERMLNED TO REDUCE.
FOR ONLY A FEW ITEMS:—
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in White, Apricot, Cense, and Royal, 27 inches wide.
Quality,
CREPE-DE-CHENE
Good
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TO CLEAR AT 5s 3d YARD
CREPE-DE-CHENE Superior Quality, m Black, White. Cream, Purple, V Rose, Pink, Skv. Champagne,
TO CLEAR AT 10s 6d YARD
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Sase. Mole, and Brown, 40 inches wide.
TAFFETA RADIUM.—Heavy Quality, m Black, Grey, Mole, Navy. Champagne, V Rose, Pink, Skv, Copiu
AT 7s lid and 8s Iid'YARD
,
.
per, etc., double width.
n
33 inches vnde.
FUIJI SILK.-Sn.Hnl Heavy Quality OVew Guaranteed),
TO CLEAR AT 4s lid and 5s lid YARD
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JAPANEES SlLKS.—Wonderful Values in Black, White, Cream. Purple, V Rose. Pink, Sky, Emerald
27 incheß wide.
Bottle Reseda, Sand, Mole, Grey, Brown,- etc.
TO CLEAR FROM Is lid to 7s lid YARD
Cheaper
Silk
than
Calico
24 inches wide at Is 6d Yard.
and
33 inches wide
TUSSORE SILKS.—Pure
AT Is lid TO 7s lid YARD
ALL TO GO AT is YARD
FANCY SlLKS.—Check and Stripe Designs. Usual Price os lid to 10s 6d.
LENCTHS, in endless varietr. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
SPECIAL SILK BLOUSE
in viow of the rapid advance in prices
ALL THESE SILKS have been bought on the Lowest Market, and
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well
.-<**-«*<>~l
n
he
to—-Clients would
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INSPECTION INVITED.
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AND ALL PAINTERS' REQUISITES.
Motor Cur Wind Screens
V.
a Speciality.
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loteale and Retail
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'Phone, 82
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Chest Complaints,
For Chronic
Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d,
2s Bd.
...
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wmamummßßKOSm
BOOTS.
FROM 14s' 6d a pair.
LADIEb' £P*
STOUT GUM BOOTS,
Extra Stout Soles. Will last for
years. A Grand Boot.
PRICE, l)0s a nair
LADIES' NORTH BRITISH ARMY BOOTS
;
SH]I
LAD
AU tho
Best "Makes
Stock.
in
J^^OI 4s'P lid¥ a panv
PRICE,
CHILDREN'S GOLOSHES—AII Sizes Stocked. Goloshes that will
Fit Children from,--18 months old upwards.
MENS RED BALL; STORM KING LONG RUBBER BOOTS.
PRICE, 35s a pair.
MEN'S THIGH GUM BOOTS "VAC" BRAND. A New Shipment
iust opened.
MEN'S "VAC" KNEE GUM BOOTS. Extension Soles. Only Best
Quality "Vac" Boots Stocked.
MEN'S GRIMSBY FISHERMAN KNEE GUM BOOTS
White
Rubber Spies. Full of Quality.
PRICE, 30s a pair.
LARGEST
SHIPMENT
OF
RUBBER
FOOTWEAR
OPENED
THE
UP IN faOUTH CANTERBURY
JUST
RECEIVED.
Absolutely
MEN'S CELEBRATED "MACKENZIE" SHOOTER.
Waterproof.
Sole Agents for South Canterbury.
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MEN'S BEST KIP PEGGED SHOOTERS.
"Pioneer"
Brand.
OUR PRICE, 23s GdMEN'S STRONG NAILED SHOOTER. Pegged. Made by Suckling
Brothers.
OUR PRICE, 20s.
MEN'S O'B. BOOTS, AND MEN'S "DUCK" BOOTS.
Both
Grand Waterproof Boots.
MEN'S LONG LIFE BOOTS, AND MEN'S CROCKETT AND
JONES' BOOTS.
PREMIER NAILED BOOTS, AND SUCKLING BROS.' NAILED
BOOTS. Both Makes hard to 7oeat -for Farm Boots. Full
Stocks on hand.
OUR POSTAL ORDER, BUSINESS HAS GREATLY INCREASAND TO FURTHER
ED DURING THE LAST. YEAR,
DEVELOP THIS DEPARTMENT WE HAVE DECIDED TO
POSTAGE
ON
ALL POSTAL ORDERS
PAY FREIGHT AND
IF YOU LIVE IN THE COUNTRY, MAIL YOUR ORDER TO US
AND YOU WILL GET YOUR ORDER DELIVERED FREE.
CARRIAGE PAID ON ALL POSTAL ORDERS.
MONEY SENT WITH POSTAL ORDER RETURNED IF GOODS
NOT
SATISFACTORY.
BOS 160.
You TTonld hustle your oar around tracks at 100 miles per hour—stake
your very life on the strengthand endurance of the tubes you had chosen
Before you started, you would tak* no •baneos on equipment. You'd
investigate—and buy the best!
You'd find that, regardless of tires use£,
practically every race
driver of importance
nses stock Goodrich
Brown Inner Tubes.
These men don't guess
—they know !
And
they have to buy their
they
tubes.
But
realise that
Brown Tubes are bo
tough, so strong and
long-lived that they
can rely on them !
NORTH END STORE,—
Opp. Glenie's Stables.
i'IMARU BRANCH:
JSAN
ACGSDENT
GUARANTEE CORPORATION LTD.
Insurancsa E&ected:
Workers' Coinpenaatiou, Mortgage*
'ndemnity, Plate Glass, Fidelity Guar*
antee, Accident and Sickneß3, and Fire
insurance.
AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES.
GEORGE STREET.
Dictrict
T. CRONIN. Dkt.riot AgeP*.
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A
GENERAL CARRIER AND FOR.
WARDING AGENT.
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than he has taken over the Agency
of the New Zealand Carrying Company,
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TELEPHONE 841.
All Work carefully and promptly at«
tended to.
Goodrich Brown Inner Tubes will do just as much for your customers.
SHIFTING WORK done by expert.
enced hands.
MOTOR LORRY for Parties and Pio.
nics and Long Distance Carrying.
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12 Jame3 Streef,
Private Address:
.
Office.
Stafford St. North.
Prompt Service.
841.
Telephone
H. GOULD
FAT«
RENDERED OR
226 Tu«m St.,ChHetehurcn
COOKHAM HOUSE,—.
Stafford Street South.
HEAD OFFICE, TEMUIiA.
If yon were a Race Driver
what tubes would you use ?
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LATE OWNER HAS PURCHASED A LARGER CAR, AND IT IS SELDOM THAT tWE CAN OFFER
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TRT?™ TTVnS,
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re-
ceipt of your letter of 3rd instant, re
the proposal to centralise the manufacture of rabbit-poison at one or two
central factories.
I note, the feeling
Last Year's Me! Roadster
CfI£pE^2cHENES
,
following reply;—
"Dear Sir, —I bog to acknowledge
LADIES, THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE HIGH-CLASc, SILKS AT RIDICULOUSLY
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CHIFFONS, TAFFETA RADIUMS, HABUTAIS, ETC.. FOR
SUPERIOR
f TAFFETA
56 High St.. Auckland
18 Panama St., Wellington
309 Moray Place (corner
Grant King St.), Dunedln
TIMARU.
FAT.
RAW.
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Prices given by H. Smallridge, Fair,
Drop a Post
view Tallow Refinery.
Card or Ring up—
H. SMALLRIDGE.
Direct Exporter, JSAIRVTEW.
snd the Cart will
call. Address—246. Otipua Road.
Telephone No 405,
i*HE TIM AJEtU HERALD WEDNESDAY. JULY 2
CORRESPONDENCE.
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FEEL INTERESTED. 0
We welcome your enquiries.
us a line.
The Canterbury Farmers' Co-op. Asscn., Ltd.
OME people hesitate
many
to give a
Proprietary
Medicine to Very Young Children and, in
cases the hesitation is quite justifiable 5
need not have any fear about
but the Public
HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE
This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by
Mr. W. G. Hearne who is a REGISTERED
CHEMIST of extensive
r^n
experience, and the Manu*
fadhirer is absolutely preT
JiniFwi
pared to stake every ounce
of his Magnificent Repuftation on the fad: thai
fi
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is equally beneficial J
VERY AGED.
I)
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COUGHS
_
FOOTBALL.
COLDS
LONG B.ANGE
HOCKEY.
TEAMS FOR THURSDAY.
Be in the Fipst Rush
for Bargains
|OF INTEREST
ALl|M
TO
HERALDING the APPROACH-
The needs of the Moment
g
TJiat..'
P '^?n*- £3O Per
r20 acres oats part sown down.
B
|£ tamipsi 1 acre mangolds 6 acres lucerne,
Good
DJiMjng.
1 acre good orchard, i-mile town and rail etc.
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Deposit,
£SOO.
..';_.,
PRICE. 1100.
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balance>grass.".
458 ACRES'FREEHOLD—2S acres turnips and'"grass, .25 acres 1 year
grass, 50 acres stubble and grasa, 71 acres 2 year grass 271 acres grass
in rotation.
First class buildings, land in good order, close to'" Cold,
stream.
PRICE. £l2'lo=. Dsposii, £IO6O.
600 ACRES LONGBSAOS—BO acres oats, in acrea wheat, 200 acres new
grasses, 50 acres cocksfoot, 4U acres turnips. 10 acres mangolds. Up-todate buildings and conveniences This property is good and."''cheap
PRICE, £l7, and only £750 deposit wanted!
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HONEY
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concon-
sist of 110 acres wheat, 'oalance young grass.
PRICE, £SO per acre.
An-ideal little property —3 miles from Ashburton.
CLOVER HONEY,
10d per. lb.
In; lib Pats.
In Bulk (601b tins)
Tn Jars and Bottles .
IS VERY
THE QUALITY'
FINE.
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,
ASSORTMENT."
.This has become- \ popular hecause of the Choice Varieties
it co.
PATENT BARLEY:
-HAVE YOU TRIED THEM.
J
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SEE US FOR A LIST!
w ill make
a fitting
-
token of
Peace.
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And wc can iJiow you .wide
stacks that reflect good tasto' and
value in a way; that is certain to
Where to Buy them
The Grocers
BEAUTIFUL PENDANTS.
artistically wrought
precious stones.'
Stafford Street
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in,.'gold'
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with diamonds and other' gems.i
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BROOCHES, BRACELETS,
and many other appropriate 'gift
THE CAR THAT IS RELIABLE, DURABLE, AND ECONOMICAL.
AVERAGES 30 MILES TO THJ'J GALLON OF PETROL,
AND
EXCEPTIONALLY
LIGHT
ON TYRES.
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COST A FEW POUNDS MORE
THAN THE CHEAPEST OF THE CHEAP. CERTAINLY, BUT: THE
MAXWELL IS A GREAT DEAL BETTER AND CHEAPER-IN r THE
: ■;"..\
LONG RUN.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT NOW ON THE WAY, HALF OF THEM ALREADY
goods, to commemorate
G.
;J;G. Andrews, Importer, Terriuka
Peace!
T. YOUNG, LTD
&
TIMARU.
.JEWELLERS
SOLD.
The waimate Dairy
/"\N AND
INSTAL. A
"Still Better
AFTER
JUNE
Ist,
we are buyers of
HOME SEPARATED CREAM,
Highest-Market Price given*'for.
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What if your spark should fail!
Think of the expense and
V\ worse than that, the annoyance.
Both are easily
avoided by using the
\ Willard
Storage
\*£\ Battor y*
Tell
You
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RAILAGE PAID FROM ANY
.-...STATION.-...:;..:....
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In the "Still Better" WilIt-ti. with tlire»ded rub-
About
It!
BUTTER FAT.- .-f
Cream weighed to the Half "Pound,
and Weights and Tests-guaranteed.;
Payments made twice monthly. .;
Write or oftll for' our fcarms Fefor«
consigning elsewhere.
a sparking
and better
than
lighting
ALBD aiACK;
ability,
Manager.
before.
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ILLARD SERVICE STATIOINX^
i 160 LICHFIELD STREET
CHRISTCHURCH \
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Willard Batteries obtainable from all leading Garages, also Williard Service
FOR
Stations.
YOUR
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Flynn, Conroy, Feely, Houlihan, Smith,
'and McGratb.
Thirds v. High. School, Athletic
Grounds, I.4o—Pearce. Hay, Fitzger-
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Seniors v. Temuka—J. Br en ton, L.
Brenton, R. Eifield, C. Anderson, M.
Quirk, W. Quirk, L. Turner, G. Campbell, F. Kennedy, A. Spillane, R. Belgrave, H. Morrison, E. Gaulter, R.
O'Neil. D. Bates. All players are requested to be on the ground at 2.30
l
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sharp.
Prepaid only by
THOKAS BEBCHAM, St Keleaj, fag.
Is boxes, labelled IOJd, I/IJ & 2/9.
VOU and your family will,
anticipate the arrival of
tea-time" with a keener than
ever pleasure if the tea is
RECORD TEA.
K
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Third Grade v. High School A., at
Timaru—Craig, P. Bennett, K. Bruce,
G. Turner, R. Hawke, M. Mulhern, J.
Wilkinson, N. Mitchell, F. Sherratt, G.
Scully, T. Mason, J. Clark, G. Wood,
J. Brett, Neutze. Emergencies—G.
(Lorry will
South and F. Mulhern.
[leave Glover's corner at 1 p.m..sharp.)
Say
mmn
ms&mA
mm
NEXT
COSTUME
Call on
Dwan, Crowley, O'Brien, Dunn,
Rvilly,
Kyla ' Gawne, Roper, .Toyce,
Geaney Tobin, Dickie, Myers, Fox.
ARG&DI&.
Some. Dainty
Article of
Jewellery
ald,
SOS STAFFORD BT.» TIMARU —OPPOSITE
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and Attract,
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HORLICK'S MALTED MILK.
DUROY'S FOOD,
NEAVE'S FOOD.
MELLTN'S FOOD.
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SCOTT'S EMULSION.
LANE'S EMULSION.
EXTRACT OF MALT.
EXTRACT. OF MALT
OIL.
COD LIVER OIL.
HEAN'S ESSENCE.
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JE4 veniences,
12 paddocks, well watered, good outbuildings. Crops
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class
PRICE, £I7OO.
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please.
The following teams have been- selected for - to-morrow's games:—
TIMARU CLUB TEAMS.
TEMUKA.
Seniors (leave post office at 1.30.
will represent Timaru's
following
The
D Scott P. Crannitch. A. Fisher,' J. A and B teams v. Te
Rangi at the
Fisher, Gr. Fisher, A. Scott, F. Webft; Park to-morrow:—L. Storey, I. Aspmall, J. Bennett,
A :ceam
Oram,
Bonis-,
Hocking,
A. McPherson, W. Larcombe, D. Su- Davies/ Eddingjton, Annear, Palliser,
grue, A. Edgeer, A. J. 0. Thomas.
Leslie, Ayison, Peterson.
Hughes,
Juniors (v Star), 3 p.m.—M. HenB team—Tapp, Stonyer, Keay, Soloderson, F. Spring, H. Woodley, C. mon, Cruickshanks, Ellis, Smith, MurFisher, S. 'Douglas, J. Edgeler, C. ray, Taylor, Olliver. Nelson, Patemaiu.
Clinch, &'. Scott, W. Tozer, J, ' Elder,
A. Hallv, M. Bill, H. Washington, S.
Webb. F. Martin.
A; FULL FLAVOURED ESSENCE.
Third Grade (v. Zingari), 2 p.m.—
A dainty •'dish should have a dainty
Highct, Burns (2), Evans, Sheen, flavour. Careful cooks select Cathedral
Robinson, Cain, Thomas. Williams,' Brand Essence: it is highly concenfull flavoured. Try it;
Kahu, Fowler, Hooper, Lamb, Mou1 trated and
you'll be surprised how much
tou. Watson.
nicer
your cakes, puddings, and dainties will
ZINGARI.
Seniors v. Old Boys
(Athletic he. Cathedral Essence is New Zealand
Grounds No. 2 at 2.45 sharp}, Ward, made and is much stronger and cheaper
Parker, Hook, Auld, Triggs, Goodman, than imported brands. The large bottle
more
Brother, Macdoriald, Lawson, Home, contains two and a half-times
Harold, Mason, Ward," Cruiekshauks, than the imported essence at the same
price. All grocers.
(6)
McWhirter, Ritchie, Howley.
Juniors v. School (Athletic No-. 1
1-45. sharp), Stevenson, Ferguson:, Martin, Christmas. Watt, Hoare, Ramsay,
Bracefield, W. Ball, Guilbert. Herdmnn,
Earl. A'dd, O'Connor, C. Fairbrother,
,G. E. Fairbro:tbe,r.
Thirds v. Temuka, Stevenson, Davidson. Ashton. Dunn, Trevella, Bracefield, Fail-brother, Ball. Davie, Jones,
There fs nothing like making sure
Rooney, S- Crearer. Smith.' Ferguson,
where one's health is concerned.
Hume, Thomas. Wilson. , (Lorry, leaves
the Empire corner at I P.ni. sharp.)
Good health is the best guarantee
■_i OLD BOYS TEAM.
that Life shall be a success. Now
Third grade v. Star on Anzae Reserve
it is well-known that digestive
at
Clavk, E. Ellis, R.
orders are the cause of more cases
Ellis, T. Ttflis, Shewnm, Cro'sbie, Isaac,
of ill-health than any other class of
Lawson, Dean, Meikle. Parker^-V Wilailment. The digestive system is
liams. Rudnrei. Burns; emergencies,
so extensive, so complex and so
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Wakefield,
hard-worked, that its liability to
STAR CLUB.
derangement
is not astonishing.
Seniors v. ; Celtin (2.45)
Happily, however, many digestive
Ttitty, ' A linear, Hickev.: Mitchell,
ailments can be easily remedied.
Stewart;,- Guthrie, Underbill, .GKlhill,
Happily, too, many digestionsnced
Alls>T<iyc». Lawful, Cooke,
Logan,
Doull:- Coppin, Cunningham, Dickson,
never go wrong. You can make
Manning.
reasonably sure that your digestion
Jrihiors v. Temukn (at T'oini'ko'*—
will not fail you, even under
Nipp. Tnttv, Porter. Home (2), Cnllen
trying conditions, if you get into
:<SV; Dnillev. Midget. Gunn, .. Prinve,
the excellent way of taking
■O'Rqurke. Stewart- Davidson..., ToneyBeecham's Pills. This Wonderful
nliffe, Fncter. R. Watson. (Drag leaves
Medicine"—as it has been called
BnvlvTir.Z. at 1.15 sham.')
does really work wonders with the
Thirds r.OM Bov<=
R.e=B rre
digestive system. Beecham's Pills
43)—
Clarke,
I.
Leopold. Husband. Ellis,
(Smth. Dodd. Den'is, Ban-jo.
impart tone to the stomach, regunulleu,
late the action of the liver and
Grnnger. Segar, Head, Roid, Tonevkidneys and gently stimulate the
nliffe. How^^i: "uierfoneies—Howard,
bowels into healthy activity. Get
Wood, Hnwkev. Borrell.
THE OELTTC CLUB.
into the habit of making sure.
Seniors v. Star, Athletic Grounds.
Have recourse to Beecham's Pills
Boyle ; Kane, Rergiri, Angland, Shea
at the first sign of digestive trouble.
(2), *Laery, L?igh, D'Arcy, Flett,
Nake sure of yourhealth by taking
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PARK
To the Editor oAhe ."Timaru, Herald." To the Editor ol' the
"Timaru Herald.'
Sir, —It was with surprise and indigSir, —Mr Lamborn objects
a park
nation that I read. in. this: morning's as a war memorial, because to
park is.
"Herald" the latest 'special advertise- <i playground for children. a Llo
also
ment of jthe Railway Department that thinks tliat children would not-respect,
"beer, wine, andspirits" will be carried the trees planted in mcmorv of our
during, the period of the restricted train fallen he-roes. I would ask Mr Laraservice. A day. or so' ago we were in- bai'D. to reflect that it is not a cemeformed that commodities accepted for tery that is proposed, but a veritable
conveyance would be confined to "food playground for
children of all
stuffs and necessary household requis- a place in which tiiey can run ages—about
ites." Under which category can "beer, in the fresh air and sunshine, rompwine, and spirits" possibly "come? They ing . and ; shouting and enjoying
the
are not a food; they do mot add heat to freedom which our
gave their
the human body; and ithey are not es- lives to .secure for soldiers and
where
them;
sential household requisites. How then older people can saunter and reflect
does it come Ithen that "the!-trade" is on
unselfishness displayed by the
given preference over all other trades? menthe.
of Timaru who went abroad to
Is it not a scandal fthat the ..Railway De- face untold hardships and meet
death
partment should seem to have yielded itself so
that those left behind might
again.to a traffic which is not in any enjoy fuller
freer
and
life. : Ana
way a source of strength or happiness would not the children of Timaru
re;to the. country? We remember during spect: the trees planted in memory of
the war period how abnormal cargoes their own fathers, brothers, and othei
spirits
came from the
of;;
Old Land
Surely, they would. Bui
.while; essential goods were left behind.. -.relations.?.
•childhood's days pass all too quickly
Are wo going to have a repetition" of| away.
Children,
grow up./ Their
this a scaiidali witihin New -Zealand? minds soon . begin -to
deal with., tho
Must;the liquor business always receive stern realities of life, and to see "things
preferential treatment at the hands of in
their' true perspective. : At: tliis
i;
th£■iGovernment ?—I am"
stage of budding youth what could :be
more appropriate than- that the- laris
and
lasses of
town should repair
To,the;Editor of the "Timaru Herald." i. from time to the
to such a place
Railway Department's ad- and sit, book in.time
hand, reading. ot\ tlni
vertisement in -your Monday's issue noble
and
the
deeds.
heroic sacrifices
caused considerable; anxiety ia the
made, by
departed -heroes whose
tfdddng-community." The ; list of goods spirits livethe
the-trees
in
around , them?
that would be carried
clearly
Several other writers favour mestated, ~but the remarkable thing abouli?
':"i'b'.; was that beer, wines and; spirits were morials in the form of buildings, or
the type of Nelson's
the only goods specially 'named that monuments inafter
Trafalgar Square, Lon-wouSd-'nofc be carried. It required butt Monument
don. This is following the old orthoa moment's reflection -w realise what dox idea, which people
in the older
the restricted traffic meant to hundreds'of the, world are beginning to
parts
of men engaged in sawmilling, building discover has long
outlived its useful
and allied: Itrades, in addition to the
such. buildings and monumunber of casual railway hands who ness) for
are .memorials in name only.
ments
would be thrown out of employment, as They do
not impress those who see
materials required for buOdinig purposes' them with
their
meaning, and
would not be handled by the Depart many people nevertrue
It is
see them.
ment. The shortage of coal is doubtless- estimated that not
the reason for the alterations, and busi- grown-up people of more than half the
London
have
ever
ness people are prepared to put up' with set eyes on the Nelson
Monument;
■some inconvenience until a
sufficient and.
not Jialf.: of those .who -have
stock can be secured to warrant a re- seen that
it know what it stands fori
turn to normal conditions. The ink,
it has been noted that
however, was hardly dry before wire Furthermore
memorial buildings do not serve their
pulling commenced, and behold the re- purpose because, people
as a. rule never
sult in this morning's paper! Beer go near. them.
HoWj could they be
wine and spirits may be carried, but expected toThe
buildings
are in
material for soldiers' houses will be re- the
where the> people are enfused. How long will the neopl© of gagedtown
in various pursuits. They have
this far land consent to be dominated not time
in the hurry and scurry and
by "the trade" ?—I am. etc.
bustle of life to. loot at such buildNEW ZEALANDER.
ings, although they may pass them
Tiniaru, July 1.
many times a day.
And monuments
and statues become to the ordinary
citizen
familiar
as
and
aa devoid of
PLEASANT POINT BILLIARD
meaning as so many lamp-posts. BeSALOON.
cause this is tlie case the tendency
is to gather jail these togeEditor of*the "Timaru Herald." nowadays
ther into parks and squares, where
bir,—ln a recent issue of your paper people
relax
for a | time their strenuous
there appeared an article written by
"Parent" with regard to the billiard pursuit of the almighty dollar.
As
saloon recently opened at Pleasant proof of what .is here' stated true I
venture
Point. At present this constitutes the will
to say that not half of
only form of amusement for the men in the people of Timaru, ever look -at
their spare times, but like many other some of the mohum&nts already
How many, for. instance,
things it is quickly denounced by ted here.
people who have no love of sport. When know who erected that on© opposite
or. what it commemapplying for a license the present hol- the .Post
orates?
der was supplied with one which comAnother, serious objection to such
pels him to close his saloon at 9 p.m.,
but if "Parent" were to visit this memorials, is that a large jiart of the.
place of amusement and make himself money subscribed, for. their erection is
acquainted with the game, he would wasted in the. purchase of sices. Jf
a ball is. to ;be erected in Timaru it
see how unfairly the possessor is being treated in not being allowed to ought, I think, to occupy the sito
keep open after nine.
In speaking of behind the Post--Office.'
If a- monu-.
youths being fleeced ,he is evidently ment-is decided--upon,- a good site'* fori
thinking of his own sons, and I must it would be that ' piece of ground besav that if, at eighteen years of age, tween the railwav bridge- and .the; Bay
they cannot decide whether it is right pavilion.
Mr Orbell's suggestion is
but I think that the
or wrong to visit a billiard saloon, a good one,
take
them'jfby - museum v eta., -, misrht' be <■ accommodthen "Parent" ought to
of
the
show
them
few
ated
a
in
and
the
limits
of the triumphal
the hand
New Zealand towns to- enlarge their arch proposed for the entrance of the
etc.,
_
Soldiers'
_
Memorial Park.
Such mumemories.—l am,
"INTERESTED."
are .to be-seen occupying somemat similar positions in monuments in
the Old Country .—I am, et-c..
!
)K at a Hudson Owner, and you see a man
"stamped with prosperity.
TALK -with him and you talk with a man .satis,
fied and proud of his purchase.
HE is not only sure of the quality of the service :
*he has bought, but he is sure of the policy • ofc
-.-..;:'^:~,;;--;(#■ :^
the firms behind it.
WAR has tried the Super-six even more
thoroughly peihaps than- the Speedway hill
climbs and cross country tours, but always the
same result, begetting an increased confidence.
If so, drop
9
THE WAR MEMORIAL.
BEER ON THE RAILWAYS.
HUDSON
SUPER,
1919
"
RECORD
Grocer.
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MISS PERKINS
THE
PEOPLE'S DRESSMAKER,
45 MatUda Street.
HOURS: 5.30 to 5.30 week days;
8.30 to 12.30 Saturdays.
Best Finish, Siyie, Satisfaction, -at
MODERATE PRICES.
,1
Js
SAUNDERS
AND
C
Gentlemen's
and Ladies' Tailors.
FAIRLIE. ".
CUT, STYLE, FINISH.
Big Range of Finest Suitings and Costume Materials to choose from.
cINTYtfJE'S Extra Stron« Regulating Pills are invaluable. ■ Hecommended
by hundreds of lbde«.
6d.
Chemieti and. Grocers*
Os
OTEE TIMABU HERA.LX),
10
WEDWESBA3'. JULY 2
1919
ale
OF INTEREST TO TIMARU LADIES.
A GENUINE SALE
OF SEASONABLE
CYCLE AND MOTOR
APPAREL.
Offering Remarkable Values ia
following lines:
the
—
WARM UNDERCLOTHING
DAINTY BLOUSES
M
H
EAI EVENT BIGGER
AND MOHK
E^SvS?n
SATISFYING -SJ
NOTE THIS TYPICAL SELECTION.
THAN ?r^
E\ ER.
;
.
COSY
JERSEYS
TI
DRESSING GOWNS & JACKETS
RELIABLE HOSIERY
-^
TrTO¥,„
„
LADtES'
LEADING ENGLISH MAKERS.
THE
PROM,
NEW GOODS DIRECT FROM
THE FACTORY
<C*>C»©<>©o
COATS
afford to neglect this
opportunity to
REPLENISH ,HER WARDROBE
at the minimum expense.
CALL IN TO-DAY
1 Only LADIES' PAWN ALL WOOL
SPORT COAT, with : Belt and
New Shape Pockets.
Usual Price, 90s.
SALE PRICE, 57s 6d.
3 Only LADIES' PADDED SILK
|No Lady
.
.
TYRES
SPORTS
3 Only LADIES'
GREY
WOOL
SPORT COATS, with Belt and
Pockets.
AT 13s 9d.
6 Only-LADTES' GREY ALL WOOL
SPORT COATS.
AT 23s 6d
4 Only LADIES' WHITE WOOL
SPORT COATS.
AT 23s 6d.
9 Only LADIES' HEAVY GREY
WOOL SPORT COATS.
WE HAVE JUST LANDED EX S.S. lONIC -V LARGE SHIPMENT
OF
WOOL
can
DRESSING JACKETS.
3
M
TJstial Price, 22s 6d.
SALE PRICE, 17s 6d.
Ladies' Ontfittei
ANYONE REQUIRING A REAL GOOD TYRE SHOULD CALL AT
Dispensed with Gare
Febaat
STAFFORD STREET.
And Tried and. Tested for years, our
COMPOUND SYRUP OF WHITE
PINE.
With Tar, is a Sure Specific for
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS.
Also—Loss .of Voice - and vThroat and
Chest Affections. ■■■'"-■'•%-
MjMijaiwifejU||j|
Timaru and Geraldine
©pctei*
WANTED-
WANTED—
A Smart Bodice Hand
and a Skirt Hand. Also an. Improver in her third year.
Applv
Miss Ross, Stafford Street North. ..
To^Da^
Ml B
S9I mHi
HURRAH
WANTED
dress apply This Office!
For
ad-
[7 A NTED
to Buy
own';
Rooms, North End.
FACTORY,
I
to build
or
:fLeCren
—Order early.
TIMARU
.
.
place in private
Cook
Same
Jkouse; ' Cornelius's
Labour Exchange; . 3 V Barnard Street
\' !
Phone 410.
Our Motto:SMALL PROFITS QUICK RETURNS.
YOUR ORDERS TAKEN
AND
FILLED
IN
WE GUARANTEE YOU' SATISFACTION
Boys'
have a Sale oh. Men's Fteecy
Lined Shirts and Pants. 3s 3d.
Navy "and
Marsden's.
WANTED.
Jerseys
Grey
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103
Write.for labels and consign to:
,:~^mkm^£'-^^^«»^9m^ms^^^imm:
Merchants, Timaru.
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Is Phenominal—ai*d thus fresh customers and looking uo daily.
House, nortli
Make HEREON Your Baker.
w;anted/-to ;"Bona: Fide/' j Delivery carts to all parts of town.
Orders left at office, Church Street,
!
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Promptly Attended To.
'PHONE 471.
.:
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7ANTED—>:;.';•:; "
to Assist
>
:;
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I've just
Average 20s' weekly,
'COUNTRY
Herald Office.
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--'HOME.//
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:
COMPETENT
Bookbinding Department.
.
AVASHING - UNDERTAKEN IN OWN
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411
centra!..
conveniences.
Apply Herald' Agent. Temnka. "-.
.
MANAGER.
.
maru;
-
AMATEUR
..
%
MARRIOTT,
MAGHINISTS
and FINISHERS
niso APPRENTICES and"others willing
to learn the trade.
Apply -.
K.AIAPOT "WOOLLEN CO.,
Chnrc-h and Theodocia. Sts., Timaru.
£3 0- Od BONI T!
XTT ANTED
WITH
about
Five
''No CiiiTdren/'
Herald Office.
Apply:
week..
-
•■...-
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MRS UNWIN.
Church Street.
BEDROOM SUITE,
ON SHERATON LINES,
ROSEWOOD FINISH.
ALL FURNITURE FOR THE
AT—
dearie me, Bess, your sole
j
OH, holy.
Sure, Mummy, you dio.
SHORTHAND
Arcade.:'
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■'.-■•■'"'.■
Le!
1 S. LAiB 4 CO.,
BUINiNIE
™
Q
Xlf
waste
j
I
tu
into* cash"
Starsmeare,
b^^ellfni'
ITT
that m THE LAW OF" THE GUN.
:
Ridgwell Cullum.
their hair
(or at least a b-g part of it) as a
rtwnlt
:
but
there
is no
or influenjsa,
need
ha A PHANTOM LOVER.
discouraged.
In almost every tocasn
it is only a temporary lapse—and with
care and attention the hair will
MR LESSINGHA.M GOES HOME.
Meanwhile we aave' +h r
Phillips Oppenhehn.
again.
6
quisites to dress your hair just as^p
or even more attractively than
OF
THE
LADY
THR CROSSING.
befor
PLENDID Selection'Choice ,Vccal Switches, Toupees, Temple Wavuc
Frederic Ntven.
f
and Piano Music. Songs to suit Ithat will be a big help to yo
-J
voices
ill
from the
latest Revues, pearance.
We can match your h
Also Kipling's N,ew Book of Verse:
lagnus Albums. Best value in town. ij perfectly, and will be pleased
to &i,
"THE YEARS BETWEEN."
?runsden's, Direct Importer, Stafford advice.
'treet.
/
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A.
IS TO
many-
STAFFORD STREET NORTH.
(Opp Maiming and Dawson Ltd.).
THE POPULAR VERDICT;
la
CAKES ARE
DEPLORED
BE.
ladies have lost
OWING
ANNOI'N C E M E N T
THURSDAY'S
'
'HERALD.
VV Singlets, 2s 6d. Woven NightdChildren's
Fleeev
,9s 6d.
resses
loomers 2s lid, at Marsden's.
/ECombinations,
have a Sale on. Ladies' Woven
winter
weightj
Address -.
*
'ET, Pat?
'
as
-li, MClogs,
i| cSmith's
i?ik " D!'y
hand
a bone - HTu'sh
tie hem
pan- of his unbreakable laces. wid s a'«
P
Smith's Leather Shop.
most
_
mornings
TOILET ROOMS
STAFFORD STREET NORTH.
TIMARU.
/
STAFFORD STREET SOUTB,'
Opp. Shamrock
Hotel.
KNOWN-A
WANTED
forting breakfast dish these comcold
Couple of
>rown,
Telephone, 671,
UNEQUALLED.
to the demand you require
to book your orders for his delicious COFFEE CAK™ --■"»-*
FRUIT CAKES.
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AGENCY,
'Phone 457.
'econd
intZt
tZ
eivl
HOMEJ
LABOUR
STAFFORD STREET CENTRAL.
Second-hand Dealer.
Highest
given for ail
kinds of Ladies' an
™,f -THE WICKEO M-VKQTJIS: ; -••>'Gonts' Apparel.
-/Phillips Oppenlieim.
Call a H i„
'l'
splendid, collection-of clean
nd
hand clothing, before orderim,
-.'•-.'•'.
THE GIRL NEXT DOOR,
times of high price.
Ruby Ayres.
You will
Woollcoinbe Street.
money.
MARRIAGE WHILE YOU WAIT.
J. E. Buckrose.
Va£
FURNITURE ARCADE
CENTRAL
MR STANDFAST, by John Buchan.
■ Author--of
*
And the Price is RIGHT.
10 RENT—.
MODERN
HOUSE,
close in:
Apply:"
BUILT
N
"EEP on Singing till the Mornra
JlA.Comes-" The best song and bes *
tonic these cold alights. Get a copj
Music
now and trv it. Brunsden's
.
Stores. Stafford Street.
"
I
DON'Tturn Mrs
them
SHOE NEWS.
J5 can practically make new shoes
out of vour old cues for very
Jttle
\\hat money, :>ud you couldn't teil
they had been repaired either.
)ld
0
shoes leave us looking like- new.
S hoe mending is our business.
USING SUN BOOT REPAIRING CO.
Stafford Street, Timaru.
A GOOD PLAIN COOK-GENERAL. I
Wages 30s a
Are showing a Perfect Gem of
A
Draper.
7
HOLMES and SONS
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Shetlan I ot _Set Smith's Leather last time. No,
E have a Sale onIs gtl yard 'Creai- n Duckie, go you straight doon a
VV Flannel,
Last and Sole now.
Flannelette 31-inch wide,. Is 3d, ai t a
''.*',. ; ;'..:.:""
Marsden's. '■ ,»
A'""'SUIT Case for use, a Music Case
ANTED—Jr\. for pleasure, a Morocco Hand•VTTANTED TO -BUY—bag for. Mann,, and Lasts for wholo
r.FiorrSknJ?try*TTwo Da>nestics, One RABBITS m ANY QUANTITY. darn family; Soles, good, reasonable—>
Look £2 One Housemaid 27s 6d:
fetation RouseaDout £2 and Found.also Highest prices given. Clieques • weekly.. 180 Stafford Street, Tmaru.
The Indispensabla
Apply: :,-^^E.,CANDY.
Apply:
a. THOREAU,
adjunct to a successful commer.
cial
Private
Merchant,
Eabbit
and
careejr.
Wholesale
Tuition.
/ V
Telephone 427.
R. J. CUDDON.LARGE, Class
Central LaAgency.
hour
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TIMARU.
457.
Phone
3l|jameoj;St..
Kb
HUTT
M
Dressmaker, wishes to
I\L inform
Customers
she
otherwise;
has removed to premises, No. that
IALSE Teeth, &ound or
i Tt General Station Hand, and a
top market price to trade andI
j.
Cren Street, opp. Church Street44
Co..
168
W
Queen! Competent Gardeuer to interview at
others.
Pearline
11.20 am. to-day. Saturday. Fencer
Street, Auckland.
d GIS.H. interview 11.30 a,m. to'
uay.
Two men for Gorse
Outtirif
(
Contract to interview at 2 p m to
day
Married Shepherd (wife cook"
and bake for men). Cowman-Gardener
THE TAILORS,
for Station 255. Under-Gardener 35-.-,
CHURCH STREET,
General Roueeabout 355. Cook and
TIMARU.
Housemaid (same place, near
township) 40s, 27s Gd. Oook-Genera)s for
Wee Leather
(urgent)
Shmw
Town
30s.
27s
6d.
pi
Hotel
■
Silent Salesman,
» !j
Cooks. Housemaids. Waitresses. Kitf
Street, will give von a 180
'■chenmnids. and all other grades of
?
enjoyment and education.
Sec iJi
.Hotel and Domestic Helps for Tows
L Want Stitcher
Country.
turn
j
Apply personally or by letter to
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COMPCTFXT I.\DY FOR READ
POSITION IN SHOWROOM.
Sale oh. Doyleys," Tra: 'E have
Supper, and Table Cloths, Toile:!Ct
v
Cushion, Covers
Sets and Runners,
etc., at Marsden's.. Special Sali
Price.
:''..,
I
;
ust receiv( d a large consig,
XJ.ment of Men's and Boys' Stylis
Overcoats, bought direct from the he1
mg Colonial Manufacturers,
at 1
-usual low prices. Over 80 Stylish
1- "J
nt Bos Sluts
choose from, at pn
9
from 69s 6d to 90s.
The latest in Boys' Suit*, New H
Caps, Winter Underclothing, Umbr
las, Sox, Trousers, and General !•
quisites, for Man and Boy.
WE STUCK NO SHODDr.
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lb.;
Id per lb reduction on. slb parcels.—'
Kernohan, McOahon and Co., Ltd"Where Quality Counts."
'
[7E have a Sale on. Fine Ribbed
Timaru Herald Co.
:
p: '
l\ Ladies' Stockings, Is 3d
'
with
photographers,
send me rood house wear, at Marsde
yollr
Fl!,ns
years' experience, desires' position
b
•
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to e developed and
Apply "R.5.," He- printed.
Best possible results, .enas Bookkeeper.
",.
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Office.
■■
j larging and copying done. Dbuelas
Private , Hospital., COOK-Rodgers. Outdoor Photographer, opp.
For
GENERAL.
„Post Office.
"ISS THORNTON. Claino
OUSEKEEPER nnd
Mother and. Daughter or two friends
and P.syi-hic: , Reader. 2G Sophia,
References.
>
preferred.
.-~rre«t. Last v.e?k. Hours -2r,to 8 p.m^
CHARM IN. FURNITURE —.
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BOX 43.
Applv:
S?eond
Kitebeun
7ANTED—A
Temuka.
Apply Mrs:
VV TTuioi. v.n<re'.? paid.
Edge. Stafford Tearooms.
x
t
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end preferred. 'Apply stating locality
'-
Is JOd, 2s, 2s 2d. and 2s 4d per
OUTL'ITTE)
PAREORA BUILDINGS.
.
THE DEMAND FOR—ii
r»
for Cash,
Ofeeei
THE PEOPLE'S
-
"YET ANTED to
c.o. Herald
stil I
¥ V
selling our own Bulk Teas, specially imported at the former prices-
~-;
THE TRUE TEST
Of Anything i s the Public Demand.
TEW Songs,' New Waltzes,
New
■±:H Piano. Solos, just arrived direct
from London. . All the latest hits at
.Brunsden's Music Stores, Stafford St.,
Timaru.
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a
and price
'ANTED KNOWN—We are
ROTATION.
'
is
a
Rashers
of
McCallum's Mild Cured Dairy
Fed
BOOKBINDERS, Bacon and a Couple of Nice Fresh
Eggs. We can supply both.
han McCahon au d Co., Ltd., Kerno
where
MANUFACTURING
STATIONERS.
BOOKSELLERS,
,
Skin
.
CO.
.
Rvffl
have a Sale on. Ladies' Fleec„
Lined Gloves, all sizes, 3 colour!
Is 3d pair, at Marsden's.
STREET, (Next Theatre Royal).
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Good Six Rooomed
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STAFFORD
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Temuka
!
G^'SWW
"IT. FLAT -CORNETS £lO 10s, with
,_O. ..Case. P,: Concert Flutes with
Case £sja Splendid : tone instruments.
Highest grade makers. Records 3s 6d.
Needles is box.
Stafford
iSireet?;:.
STORES,
Wilkin Street,
Furniture
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WANTED—
CUSH SUPPLY
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Young. Lady,,
ALSO FRESH STOCKS OF CREAMOATA, GERSTINA, OATINA,
,"',.
OATMEAL, ETC.
at
:
Complete Outfits from. £3
MANNING'S
SILVER FERN FISH SUPPLY
10? i Bows from 8s 6d. Splenquality
did
Strings.
Our. celebrated
FISH of all kinds to" hand
THRESH
J.
daily.
Lowest town prices. Veritona E.,'complete sets. 3s 9d. Silk
Orders taken for Dressed Poultry E. . 6d. Brunsden's Music
Stores,
•
Oysters
Oysters, Rabbits
Rabbits' Stafford Street.
WELL dressed man
j.-L attention. But to ae thoroughly
spic and span his hair needs to be in
If an eldei-ly
keeping with his attire.
gentleman, and he wears a beard, his
trimmed.
If
neatly
should-be
beard
Address—
clean shaven he needs to appear so. fresh, daily.
smart
a
constitute
These attentions
STAFFORD STREET NORTH,
opp. T and J. Thomson's.
and ambitions man. For all these, variTelephone 814.
ous styles -you need to choose your
now
hairdresser^" You should .do so "bus)-'
without further delay. Leading
ness of Timam prefer Geo; WTiitehouse,
For there
nest to Grand Theatre.
they"' nave" found by experience;-.that
A FORTUNE IN THEM.
all three experts in attendance arn
Consequently no preferexcellent.
ence is-desired by customer'Sj and furJust a. word
no waiting.
£2 PER 100 GUARANTEED
of advic«£- Remember 'the....public ate
the' iuii{*e"; .and- their verdict is", der
For
cidedly in'v favour of Geo. "Wliitiehouse's
0 win.
saloon. Hence it has become the popu- \J» lER SKINS Landed Timaru
lar one in Timaru.-■■•' \r .
Cash by return.
(Poisoned Ski*
.
preferred).0 LET for Term—s Roomed House. This Offer holds good
for two months.
J. furnished—l 3' Nelson Terrace. ;
A Foiir arid
LET, for a'ferrn
a Five-rdpmc'i ,'House,
iri Tv-
-
These are the reasons- for the immense popularity
[7E
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2 ; Cakes Goodwin's English
Toilet Soap for■'. Is. : "■'■;'
2 Tins Zebre .Stove Polish Is.
Wx-J
.:'.:.-.
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Jib Tin Choice Sardines for Is
3 lbs Finest Split Peas-for Is.
Finest Lentils, per lb 3d.
4 Cakes Sand Soap for Is.
*lb :,Tin of Salmon for Is.
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Street.
Waiinate.
7" ANTED—For
£2, housemaid, £1; 7s 6d.
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Builders, and' Contractors,
.
J-Tin Fry's Breakfast Cocoa Is.
Stock of Red, White and
fARGE
Blue Bunting, at Miss Strachan's
!#?^Mfl^iP>^
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2 pkts. Tucker's Soups for Is.
3 lbs Pearl Barley, for Is.
use the Best Material
N
employ the Best Tradesm
sell for Spot Cash only
make no Losses
give you the benefit of the savings effected
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are out to Save you Money
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"SHILLITO BROS..
Phone 29&.'}/:
PHONE 823.
wanted at
fOLTSEMAID-Lnundress
once for Country. Five guineas
per month
Apply No. 2, Herald Oi-.
fice. :..:■■■■■
But we'll give you Full Value for
Your Money
We make up Fupnitupe in oup
own Faetopy, to your opdep, in
any design
repair/
■■'HE Skilled Mechanic is coming to
A -his own. again- Shillito Bro3
have had six apprentices who all commanded full award .rates on completion
of apprenticeship ■They have now a
vacancy—a rate chance for a respectble boy to learn theVtrade of Carpenter
,'
and Joiner. '
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Apply:
You get Nothing fir Nothing in this world
Some reasons why it will pay
you to do so-
i
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about
THOSE
../would
ESCa^X
(ROBATIONER-Nurse wanted • for,:
small Country Hospital- Apply
i.
£
No. 1. Herald Office
■.,
Specialists
BTAFFORD ST., OPPOSITE CAS CO. OFFICE.
"-'•_'■.■"•_■:
Miss Strachan's qS
TIMARU.
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(OOOCOOO
Fireworks and Fancy
FLAGS?,
tumes for fPeace Celebrations,Cos-I
at I
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WANTED.
BROS
number; ;^State tireed,. price and •
NOW IS THE TIME TO LOOK OUT YOUR DISCARDED TYRES.
Many otherwise sound Tyres have been cast aside owing to a blowbut have
out, while others have worn down to the canvas,
thousand
miles
Them
in
if
RETREADED
several
If you want to save your money by cutting down the purchase of
new tyres, let me have your damaged or worn covers for Repair or
Retreading, which will only cost you a fraction of the price of new
Punctured or 'blown-out tubes Vulcanised or inserts fitted,
rres.
new valves supplied and fitted—in fact ANY POSSIBLE TYRE REby—
PAIR can be
;
800 l
WORKSHOP, AND SHOWROOMS:
Repair
MnnETUTTC CHARGES.
ZROMPTNKSfI AWD THOROUGHNE SS.
APPRENTICES.
;-.
'.ATEOPPBNEOSE
I
any!
to
BETTER THAN TAKE SAMT. TO.
:-.■■•-.'-
the
:' /'Gontiacb' 6v
Day Work. Apply "Reasonable Prices"
Herald Office..' ;
i
DIRECT
FROM
THE MAKERS.
WOOLLCOMEE ST., TIMARU.
Ii
Ap-
AT Miss Strachan's . all kinds of
jnk. Patriotic Decorations for
the
Peace Celebrations;- ;^ :
<
commands
YOU CANNOT DO
design.-;;.'S
where ..seen, ."to '"p.Y,/|-:..Herald Office. J
GOLD BANGLES
LITTLE BE ITER. GOLD,
WORKMANSHIP
the
Nicest
in
Town.
THE LAST MINUTE.
■
PUMPS
ply "Accommodation," Herald Office-
A FRASER'S SUPERIOR
NICER DESIGN.
A
A LITTLE SUPERIOR
Are offered vou in these Bangles
CALL
DON'T LEAVE IT UNTIL
li. Church Street
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WANTED
\
EITHER FOR THE HEAVY WORKING, LIGHT SUNDAY, OR LAD [lis
Fitted with
Second-hand
FOR BLUSHING. BRIDE OR DAINTY BRIDESMAID,
A NICE
GOLD BANGLE WOULD BE ONE Of THE NICEST GIFTS.
You sir. who are
"about to be,'' should examine—
l
Hygienic, Long
Or you ; can Have' a
Pram v ;i:huilt ; to : your
.
'
Board for Couple and
two 'Children attending school;
or Furnished
De-
;
the Plunket ■ Hood.
re-
family; no;washing.
The Gift of the Bridegroom' 1
!«Sfe
a Splendid Selec-
Lasting.
fice, Timaru,
Y V Gramophone Disc.
Apply
"Phone," c.o. ■• Herald!. Office.
JEWELLER,
Phone. 567.
Have
tion.
signs,
Young Lady -wishes
EXPERIENCED
position Companion-Help in
fined
Herald Of-
&323*k&&
v»l
CHEMISTS
Timaru
b^rfS44WW«SsSiav«?Aw?-'.Ws;'^si?i
J A NTED—Experienced Gardener,
t T single man, £2 week. Also House-1
maid, 22a 6d. Apply Mrs Herbert i
Ehvorthy, Craigmore, Timaru:
i
m
LITTLF,
DISPENSING
The Pharmacy.
Sell—Gentleman's
to
Evening Suit, Cheap.
apra*s
m
m
«sfiij
7E have a Sale-on. Men's Hard
Wear Trousers, -123 6d pair.
Wool Sox Is 9d at. Marsden's."
133
m»e«
r
/
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(Above Excelsior').
A
DIAMOND SHAPED
BOTTLE.
mistake this Specialitj
of ours.
r
Apply
7ANTED—Experienced Waitress,
Union wages given. : Apply
Mrs Edge, Stafford Tea Rooms,
RAZOR
THE
KING
STAFFORD STREET
IBS
.
Saw
IT
FIRST CLASS ARTISTS
m
You cannot
:.
Housmaidw'or:
[TANTED—Good
Housemaid' i Laundress.
Miss Shand, Craighead School.
Bough to do South Canter!
rms Celebrated Brand was the
favourite in the Old Lnd, and
got them for him here.
m
mm
THE
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A Housemaid-Latin'
dress; wages 255. Cook kept.
Apply Mrs J. Cleland, Totara Valley.
THE BOYS COME MARCHING
HOME, and right into
FIRKIN'S
Who have just landed a supply of
JOHN PLAYER AND SON'S NAVY
CUT CIGARETTES.
SI
IN
ANTED ■
M
raW
JaS^n^
'-&r
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THE TIMARU MMRALR WEDNESDAY; JULY 2
AND ESPECIALLY COUNTRY RESIDENTS TO ATT ATVT
OBJECT,
96
m
(
And enables the
Thrifty Sewer *o
naturedly vith sock
darning,
THE ACME OF
§{
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PERFECTION
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Supersedes all other Lights,
AND
MOST
ECONOMICAL.
250 Candle Power,
F. EVANS
ACRES, Government leasehold,
about ten miles from Timaru;
rental £IOO per annum, divided
HEAD OFFICE: LONDON,
8 GREAT WINCHESTER
ST. E.C.
CO
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Coloured
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Complete £3 !2s. 6d
Th9 STORM KING LANTERN
as
is a
WE
a Stable orOuthouae
lremendous Boon to the Farmer
AXSO'GIVE
QUOTATIONS FOR
acquisition
INSTALLING
THIS
WONDERFUL "NULITE" LIGHTING SYSTEM.
WINTER COMFORTS, HOT WATER BAGS, BOTTLES AND THE
ACME OF PERFECTION HEATERS.
"
b^s/A^ge^Teas^S
The People's Popular Ironmongers
Phone 215. Stafford St. Timaru. Box 17.
SHEEP
ACRE.?,
70,000
RUN.'
sary buildings.
"AVING secured the services of Mr
J. A. SMITH, I have much
in notifying the MotoringPublic of Mackenzie County that I am
now in a position to
UNDERTAKE ALL CLASSES OF
PRICE. £22,000.
OPP. BANK
fejK'.
other
WEALTHY.
COAL.
"10AL is difficult
SUIT
EVERY
UndriU. Gerstill we tions as follows:—Messrs
R. Knox, Pleasant Point;
Customera. aldine;
He was for a
CF.C.A., Timaru.
In Quantity, Gum, Willow, Pine.
EYE.
Delivery Prompt.
ALLAN CRAIG.
CHURCH ST. (Late Whyte's).
Telephone 409.
BOOTS TO SUIT EVERY TASTE.
BOOTS TO SUIT
EVERY POCKET.
LADIES'AND GENT'S BOOTS IN ALL THE XATEST
FASHIONS
ALSO—GUM BOOTS, GOLOSHES, AND FOOTBALL
BOOTS,
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.
iREPARE for the Future.—The Na-
number of years_ with Messrs Wallace
and Cooper, Engineers, Timaru.
Mr Smith's ability to undertake all
classes of Motor Work needs no further
commendation, and I can confidently
undertake to pive every satisfaction
to all Clients leaving their work in
my hands.
All Classes of Motor Accessories kept
in Stock.
tional Electrical Correspondence
School can train you in every branch
of Electrical Engineering. Full particulars free without obligating
FAIRLIE MOTOR GARAGE,
FAIRLTE,
your-
Make uee or J"our spare time.
self.
Write to us.
BiRLOW'S BUILDINGS. CHRISTCHURCH.
"THE MAN WHO SELLS GOOD BOOTS,".
STAFFORD STREET NORTH.
Phone
the satisfaction of all concerned posi-
COAL.
to get,
manage to serve our
Place your Orders Early.
FIREWOOD.
J
856
FOR MOTOR
PHONES: Garage 8, Residence 73.
INTERIOR
REPAIRS.
DECORATIONS
~
-lAKEN
C. MURDOCH,
IPha.trffl conduct
well-knoW
same under the old title,
on the
GOOD SERVICE AT MODERATE
CHARGES
CLEAN,
Thoough and Reliable
Workmanship, at Prices ofte»
Lower than Ordinary House Painters
THE LATEST DESIGNS in Wall
Papers for this Spring just to hand
MOTOR MECHANIC,
COUNTRY WORK by Special ArStafford Street, opp. MoGruer, Davie* rangement. Only Address:and Co.
C. H. Sloacombe,
dnrinj v'
bS%f™
Public for the support given him
EARS m business and announces that the Business
has
OVER as a Going Concern by his Son
I>f
lines
%6ED
REPAIRS A
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D E PHOf F,
A.
SPECIALTY.
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ARCADE, TIMARU.
V
QUOTATIONS FOR ALL CLASSES OF WORK TN
BIG STOCKS OF THE LATEST IN
rE ARE BUYERS OF:—
WALL* PAPERS CARrS?I
ft
tawv
nr,
m
vYOLISTS (Scoter or PusJn
[■}
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TAKE YOUR REPAIRS
LINSEED,
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TO
PARTRIDGE PEA'S;-"T"
Chas.
POTATOES,
THE
'OATS.
OATEN SHEAF
kept constantly busy.
Estimates
ETe, ETC. ;.-'■:■•■
%U
Cycle and factor Works,
CHARGES
EXPE^TS
REASONABLE.
.
W
Cooper
.
&
iawe's Dips.
l
Whisky.
Globe Separators, and.
.•.■■&.'
Churns.;:
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:.S£ndpif,'' arid ■'■/. Doual&
Wool PressesT'"'
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Golden
Bay
Meggitt's
Kennedy.
Tenroka—
NOTE.—On our register are many places that can be
We can offer to intending buyers properties
that are on the market for good and sufficient
and
Furthermore, when we sell a pronot at inflated values.
perty to a man, we stand to him.
We assist him to
stock the place and carry on.
Onrßusiness is a genuine
farmers' trading concern.
Those on the look out for
their
advantage to give us a
find
it
to
new,
will
pastures
I'
;
call before
Calf Food.,
"National"}
Garton's &
(Hirst's)
bought right.
R. G. Kilgour,
St. Andrews—: :
<
Cement.
—
f.
Seeds.
Fertilisers.
National
they buy.
TO CAR OWNERS
Income Tax
I
Ledger.
DIFFICULTY
OF
INCOME
RETURNS
SOLVED.
TAX
LOOK
WHAT
THE
COMMISSIONER.
OF
TAXATION
SAYS ABOUT IT:
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■-:
Dear Sirs,—l have liad an opportunity of looking
through your book, "The Farmers' Income Tax Index,"
and must compliment you upon the
arrangement and,
general get up of the work. The book admirably fulfils
its purpose in every way. and greatly simplifies "the preparation of the Income Tax Returns, a hitherto troublesome job for the man on the land.
Further, the figures
obtained by keeping the took muse be of material assistance:?'v.
to the farmer in the conduct of business. A 'book of this ; V;
description supplies a long felt want, and should-find a
ready sale at the reasonable price you are asking for it."
T
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SOLE
II
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AGENTS.
CAR AND
.CARRIAGE PAINTEE,
Pleasure iu announcing' that
tJifJ'I*s 5 started business in
aAS
LARGE
T
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AND
COMMODIOUS
PREMISES.
the Theatre Roval
STAFFORD STREET.
Having been for the last 14 Mn
HEAD PAINTER at
TrengWa
Motor and Carriage Works, gf
3
GUARANTEE
ALL
WORK EN
Opposite
,
,
<lu
.
TRUSTED TO HIM.
:,.
OLD CARS MADE LIKE
NET?,
.Note Address:
'
Stafford St., opp. Theatre Roya],
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250 Pages Well-Bound Ledger, Scientifically W orked out. Protected by Copyright Act throughout New Zealand.
CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED FROM THE UNDERSIGNED AND
AGENTS.
THEIR
s 5 WITH FULL INSTRUCTIONS
WAITAKI TO RANGITATA-
'LOVELOCK'S GARAGE,
TEMUKA.
W. KELLAHAN,
Desires, to announce that he has' taken
over the above centrally-situated and
well-appointed MOTOR BUSINESS and
GARAGE as a going concern.
The AGENCTEB include—
OAKLAND SIX
i
MAURICE COWLEY
CHEVROLET
THE WORKSHOP is under expert
charge, -and REPAIRS can" b& expeditiously executed to all makes of Cars.
ACcf£
STAFFORD STREET,
TYRES, OIL, PETROL,
SORlES—everything for the Car .
TAXI ON HIRE DAY OR NIGHT.
TIMARU.
LOVELOCK'S CARACE.
PROPRIETOR.
PHONE. 19.
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PHONE—House 30. M
W. BELLAHAN.
m
BUILDER,
Schemes
mitted for all classes of work.
try Work catered for.
,
A REAL
OPPORTUNITY
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TO
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES-
SUITS, COSTUMES, COATS,
sub-
Coun-
Dyed, Pressed,
„'
Renovated, is offered bi
Address:
TEMUSCa
Moody, Annand & Co
BBSWISK STREET,
TIMARU.
QNLY
±EEnm*m*s
Vastly Improved Flushing ieihod
NORTH STREET, TIMARU,
PROFESSIONAL PRESSER
VICTORIA INSURANCE CO
ARCADE.
Fire, Marine, Employers' LiabiHty,
Personal Accident, Plate Glass, Motes
Cars, Live Stock, Public Risk, Mortgagee Indemnity, and Personal AoctU
dent an*3 Sickness Insurance,
TtMARTT COLD STORES. ICE
AT LOWEST RATES.
AND DAIRY COMPANY,
"£°* J.'«Kb« A KNO]
an efficient stream of water
issues.
0i-Se no Rumbling no
Ruttli
of Chains.
?Loud
away with, and a
source
et
nient removed.
The "Edina" is Strong, ReJiable, Simple,
Neat in Appearance, doesn't get out of
order
and
up
.
Tittle room.
It; is a Big
Advance on ÜBual methods
Glove, fiat and
also undertaken.
DALGETY AND CO.. LTD..
XIMARU. Wtfmate. and Gerald^
THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR BUTTER
FAT.
ARCADE.
AND
ARCADE.
perfectly
■'■■■}
Feather., Gleaning
.
....',,
...
On* address
Chief Agents,
Are prepared to .gi&i
DYER,
Every Article turned ©ut
finished and equal to new.
FINISHES
Dairy Farmers!
THE
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«P°r^
given and
.
Thdm and 'Cameron's
,:
Works on the principle of a fair price
for the best work. Hence his staff is]
CHAFF;"
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EXPEDITIOUS
Coy.. Ltd.
Lloyda
National
InsuranceCo., of N.Z., Ltd. •
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BUILDING AS AN ART.,
NOT AN EXPERIMENT.
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lANGER, AND GENERAL HOI
iißhasr
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AGENTS,. FOR:
Savill
Albion'
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HOUSE DECORATOR & GLAZIER,
Church Street (Next to Dr Unwin).
Telephone 586.
ALL SPARES CARRIED.
Telephone 604.
V
.
.
AS
WANTED
MATTER
OF
BUSINESS
PROTECTION.
ASK THE OPINION
OF YOUR
ASK THE
BANKER!
FIRM YOU ARE DEALING WITH!
,.
PAPERHANGER, AF3 HOUSE DECORATtHi
THANKS the
LAND!
!
"WILL SAVE YOU MONEY BY PREVENTING MISTAKES
YOUR, INCOME TAX RETURNS."
V
PAINTS
INCEKiSLY
LAND
!
MOTOR REPAIRS.
Mr SMITH is well known to the
Motoring Public aa a first class mechanic and engineer, having filled to
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TO
N.Z.
OPPOSITE BANK N.Z.
BOOTS TO SUIT THE WORKER,
BOOTS TO SUIT THE WEARY.
LAND
261 AGUES L.1.P., annual rental £124 16s,
with 12
paddocks. G-roomed House, scullery and, ,bathrooni,.
]>.. and c.
58
water. Good Outbuildings.
BRANCHES:
wheat, 14 acres oats and grass. ]2O acres new grass.
Chris-tcJraroh.
GOODWILL £4OOO,
Terms: arranged. >?V"
S:^
Ashburtoa (
121 ACRES L.1.P., rent 3s 10id per acre. 6-roomed House
Timaru
and Outbuildings, 15 acres in wheat,' 9 aCT.es:~: in-:
oats, 10 acres fallowed. Handy to school and rail.
Waimata
GOODWILL, £I3OO. Government Mortgage, £350.
Oamaru
■,
340 ACRES-Renewable Lease, 26 years to-, -:run>s;^:.^Rent
Gqre
10s 6d less 10 per cent.. Buildings are:'H'ut/Stable,
|.
Invercargill
Chaff House and Sheep Yards. 285 ewes 2, 4, 6,
.
and 8-tooth, 284 ni.s. .hoggets, 3 head cattle, 3
horses, harness etc. Plough/ Drill.
Hal Tows-,,;. .and
Sledge. Stack oat sheaves. 150 sacks oat sheaf chaff,
REPRESENTATIVES
tools arid sundries. AS A GOING CONCERN—£27OO.
IN
.
£IOOO Cash Balance, 5 years at 6 per cent.
South CANTERBURY: 930 ACRES Renewable Leasehold.
26 years to run.
Rental £206 lis. -Subdivided into 11-^paddocks;, all
Fsirlie
Carrymj*
sheep,
well
watered.
TiOOO
of. which,''9oo'
Munro.
.H v A.
."are 2, 4 ; 6-tooth" ewes, and 20 head -of" cattle.
Pleasant Point
Homestead, and good steading. Full set of
Splendid
J. R. A., Htarie.
4 stacks
Implements.
6 stacks oaten sheaves,
£6600.
PRICE, as a going concern:
clover hay.
Geraldine—-
Lt
pleasure
H. INNES-JONES,
IS STILL SELLING GOOD BOOTS CHEAP
LOW PRICES AND NO BAD DEBTS
KEEPS HIM BUSY
You pay for your own Boots-and not for
the
***
A
Canterbury-North
Fuller Particulars apply—
BOOTS
Ss&£
i. J. 'S'towell.
Otago district,
carrying 5,500
sheep, and 500 cattle. All neces-
BOOTS TO SUIT THE
HEAD OFFICE
IN NEW ZEALAND:
DUNEDIN.
WE
|
RELIABLE,
SAFE,
RUNS
-
ARE A GREAT BOON TO DEFEG.
TIVE SIGHT-SEERS,
good
SHEEP
have for disposal a large selecinto 6 paddocks. well watered,
tion of all kinds' of properties,
6-roomed cottage, 8-stalled stable
Town
and
Country, including many
• (stone floor), loft, feedrootn, granary, implement shed, waggon sned, very desirable investments:—
and. loosebox etc. Largo orchard
8-Roomed
PRICE.. £9OO. 1 ACRE, WINCHESTER,
Residence, hj: and c. water, bathroom, scullery, washhouse, copper,
187 ACRES, heavy land and very
dean, situated Winchester district,
tubs, every convenience; grounds
divided into 9 paddocks, suitable
well laid out,, garden, orchard,
tennis courts.
for either dairying or mixed farmA NICE HOME.
ing.
25 acres now in wheat, 25
acres in oats, 50 acres excellent 24 ACRES, L.LP... fii-si-class land in
young grass. Very well watered.
excellent condition, close to Temuka
8-roomed house.
6-stalled stable,
4-Roomed House and all necessary
large implement shed,
granary,
outbuildings.
A GOOD CHANCE.
and all necessary farm buildings.
60 acres of river-bed given in. 2 ACRES, TEMUKA, 5-Roomed
ConPRICE, £3O per acre.
crete House, in good order. Firstclass land.
ACRES,
838
near St.- Andrews splendid land, very eleaji arid well 6 ACRES
very best land, new Sfarmed.
Good 6-roomed house Roomed House,
bathroom,
with every town convenience,
scullery, h. and c. water pantry,
everv
washhouse, dairy, storeroom, or.aiodern convenience, washhouse, copchard and garden, 6-stalled stable,
ehaffhouse, implement shed, motor per, tubs, under one roof. Detached
stable, trapshed, wood and coal
shed, granary; woolshed, sheephouse,, fowl house and run and pigyards, dip, cowshed etc. Farm is
gery.
Close to town.
divided into 8 paddocks, and well
80 fruit
trees, and over 1200 small fruilfc trees,
watered.
PRICE, £24 per acre,
A really nice home, with excellent
prospects of large profits from small
SPLENDID
WARM
SHEEP
fruit growing.
COUNTRY.
Full Particulars on Application.
820 ACRES, aDom; fnlf ploughable,
We are prepared
splendidly grassed in Heavy cocksto conduct the
foot, running water in every pad- Land Business in all its branches, in'
Carrying
°R
1300
SELL
sheep and 70
dock.
EX
The owner can
head of cattle.
work this property without employing outsido labour. Comfortable 5-ro_omed house and necessary at a minimum cost.
farm buildings. This property is
only ten miles from Timaru, by
excellent road.
PRICE, £l4 per acre.
TEMDKA
that
The "Nulit©" Favourite
Table Lamps
proceed
AND
1
FARMS
11
W. F. EVANS AND CO.
FOR SALE.
«.iveryone knows that to have
a home look
Hj bright and cheery these
winter evenings, a
good light is necessary. therefore "the people's
popular ironmongers" are prepared
to assist you
1010
—
OPP.
CAFE."
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£3 10s.
A. &T.BURT,Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS
PLUMBERS
TIMARU.
ALL PARTICULARS GLADLY SUPPLIED.
;
FREIGHT PAID from any Part
South Canterbury.
HAVE
immmmmmmmmm
TRIED THE COM-
PANY'S
CAROLINE BUTTER
DELICIOUS IN
TO DAIRY FARMERS.
E are CASHJPURCHASERS of
f PRIME
BACON PIGS, either
Correspondence indead or alive.
T. H. GREEN AND CO., LTD.,
Cliristchurch.
Special Hot Luncheon
SATURDAY'S
from 10 30 to 2 p.m., ONE
SHILLING.
Morning and Afternoon Teas, to your
choice —9d.
Hot Teas from 6 p.m. to 6.30—15.
m.
ready
I
K. J. GORDON,
COACHBUILDER, WAIMATE.
Next C.F.C.A. Implement Department,
v
LANDSCAPE GARDENING.
(Late
!HE PLACE where you gst a real
good HOT LUNCHEON well
served for ONE SHILLING, 12 to 2
p.m. daily.
vited.
FLAVOUR
OFFICES AND WORKS:.
FRASER STREET.
J. CAITHNESS,
Manager.
&
'
YOU
of
EH I CLE 9
R. J. Bone
tS.
FOR
Weddings, Banquets, Parties, Dancefl
etc., catered for, to suit any order
required.
SALE.
Publio Hall Licensed for Meetings of
all kinda.
MISS MACLEAY,
Proprietress
Phone 388.
mm
Christohuroh, with thirty
years' experience),
'--..'""
Three Spring Round Spindle Trav Gic
J Bhafter, Rubber Tyres.
PAS now commenced business an a Three Spring Tray Gig, 5 Shatter,
Rubber
L LANDSCAPE GARDENER in Two Spring Tyres.
Gig Rubber Tyres.
WAI-ITI ROAD, near GLEN-ITI.
Three Spring Gig, Iron Tyres, Basket
WSTTMATES River, nt»4 PT.AMO
pared FREE OF COST for every de- Longat Back.
Shaftar Gig.
scription of Landscape Gardening.
ny , Gieß and «*eral other*.
J sold,
Now is thb time to have your PRUNVehicles bought,
or exchanged.
ING and SPRAYING DONE.
No reasonable offer will be refused for
above vehicles, as I can do with the
Address correspondence (for the time floor space. Call
early and secure one
being) to—
of the bargains.
J. BONE,
i
.
iradlfe.
I jtinuiinnni—■iiitniimniiiiiW
JS
,
Flushing
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"THE GARDEN BEAUTIFUL.
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THE DELCO LIGHT.
T^#\
d. DONNELLY.
,
LANDSCAPE GARDENER.
28 Years' Homo and Colonial ExperJ.
•nee. Gives expert advice on all matters pertaining to Horticulture.
GLEN-ITI.
SIMPLE BOONOMIOAL-bringß this
Id has
saver to the most remote district.
Post yoor orders at ones to:
Convenience
and Labour
that Einntri« ■ Bht
multiples Man Power
saves Ti »"«
proved
nntil X2
and Power on tha Farm
and Labour.
IT IS USED TO-DAY on more than 60,000 FARMS—rf n
|
them in South Canterbury.
IT IS A FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT, for it actually
1
J DONNELLY.
LANDSCAPE GARDENER,
•
«
,
payß
of
Autopine Cough
fo
Lozenges
IT FURNISHES POWER to operate the Fanning Mm
Btone, or Washing Machine; t> Milk the Govs, on*;.*
Cream Separator, or tumble th- Churn; to P
"he
m ru&
mng water to all parts of the Houso or Barn. HmD
I
fT RUNS ON KEROSENE— A CHEAP AND EASILY PROCURp. h
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(STOCK UP FOR
H2GHFIELD.
THE WINTER WITH
DM CHRISTCHURCH
AHanholme,
.
anfion and MOD 1
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1
SPIRIT.
IF TtNTERESTED, KINDLY COMMUNICATE WITH—-
SOUTH CANTERBURY AGENT.
DESIGNS, ESTIMATES, ETC.
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
.
*"
For
COUGHSi COLDS, INFLUENZA,
AND ALL THROAT TROUBLES.
THE BEST
THE MARKET.
LA. Crawford
KEEP A BOX hi your Pocket.
ONE SHILLING A B0&
Obtainable from the
&
TUS-'
well subdivided.
Money assured.
Co.,
2550 ACRES FREEHOLD
SOCK COUNTRY.
6-ROOMED
HOUSE,
GARAGE
SHEEPYARDS, DIP, Etc
CHEAP.
WHOLESALE AGI4NTS,
CHIMNEYS NEED SWEEPING.
TIMARU.
U.F.S. Dispensary
<T. G. VANGIONI. Manage.)
INEXT GRAND PICTURES.
aTAffirORD ST.
ON
'-■•'■■
'
CARPETS
Extra Strong Retmlating Ml* 6a 6d.
McINTYRE'S
Your Chemist
.Grocer will
for
.
or
extra* "-.v..
post
in
NEED
GEO~CHAPMAN,
riALL
VV Clean and
H. M. STONYER,
BEATING,
SKnY
th*
CUJM.IANX.
Cleanly Contractor i 0 •*N,Z. Government, Country Chimneys; CARPET AND WINDOW CLEANERS,
twopencs
ETC., ETC., .
Address, Citv Dininfi
a Speciality.
v ';-.r~:*>«
£*"«v*t Qp,po*y* gfc. Map*'*
WY.OOLLCOMBJB ST. A TIMARO,
I
Arcade.
SWEIM(i
wuuoa. ft fid ess box.
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PDC TOUXB WESiAIM WEDNESDAY. JULY 2 1919
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ASSN,
M.W. AND A.
SALE.
ANDREWS
NEAR MAKIKIHI.
■'.., THURSDAY. 10th JULY.
At 11.30.
FRIDAY, JULY 4%
MILFORD., TEMUKA.
Folio H-245.
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FINE GOVERNMENT LEASE,
TO-MORROW,
70-1 ACRES.
ANNUAL RENT, £227.
THURSDAY, 3rd JULY,
>;
TO CARRY 1000 EWES and 30
.
CATTLE.
A/c
EXORS.
McLEOD-LATE
D.
Timara
in
property
is
This
situated
District. 6-Roomed Residence, with
SHEEP, HORSES, CATTLE. IMi
, bath, hot and cold water, VbA Ml
•
HOUSEHOLD
PLEMENTS,
modern conveniences. Oatfßned, teleshop
s
FUBNTTURE, ETC.
phone, sen's hut, carpenter
and storeroom, 6-stalled stable ana
SALE AT 11 O'CLOCK.
implement shed and
large shed,
land;
it
PYNE, GOUiLLY GUINNESS LTD. S
■ Auctioneer!!.
'"»'"
WAQIATE LAND
,
have received instructions from MR'A.
i
S. JONES, who' has sold -Ms Farm,
t
known as. CARTER'S FARM, NEAS,
to hold a COMPLETE
'
;, MAKTKTHT,
CLEARING SALE of STOCK AND
as
follows:
PLANT,
y
: :' -:V :. ■''.
'■'. SHEEPv! -,.,-:.v> '•'.■■-'- :;
AND
100 'A, 6, and 8-TOOTH X-BRED
■•'■"• .•■■-EWES (Rams in Ist, April)'ft'-ft
115 S.M; f-BRED JBWES (Rams in
(
:.■■"■•■ 18th April)
<
A. WASHER AND CO.
100 HOGGETS .:*..,
B;L.
' '-:
-:>j ft v
RAMS
4
..-'•■■:
FAT WETHERSMIXED SEX LAMBS
2-TOOTH EWES ■'. ■:■>"•
M.S LAMBS.
2-TOOTH EWES
'
FAT EWES
FAT WETHERS
6-MONTHS STEERS
HEIFERS
-
'
HORSES.
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,
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-.
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'
-
A, Wasfssr
r
CATTLE.
3 YEARLING HEIFERS
1 S.H. HEIFER, springing
1 COW in calf
t.
-581 ACRES L.I.P.
Rental, 4s Id.
situated 6 miles from Waihao
Downs Railway Station Practicaly all
warm, sunny lying
oplendidly war-
land and flats,
'aru town
j
An
undoubted
bartram—practically sub^
s'
country.
000 acres
English grass a
having grown ou
urban land Rent onlr £65 vearlv bushels wheat and 90 bushels, oats per
y*
7
A good and cheap farm.
acre.
Well subdivided and watered
permanent springs.
PRICE. £2OOO by
Clean and in
splendid heart.
Carries 900 ewes or
Folio H-2SI.
tfi-y sheep.
1400
Buildings
are new
CREAP
™
Q
&
nAXGITATA.
m
easily plougiiable,
and very complete. 6-Roomed House
with h. and c. water.
Large Stable
Granary, Implement
Shed, Woolshed]
Sheep Yards. Dip. Plantation,
Orchard, etc
15 acres Turnips and 40
Office and School Snall
}
BtaJled Stable and Sheds Nnw ' .*" acre Dun Oats go with the property
s Pr°Pertv is &"• definite sale, as
rving 350 ewes, also
d£ Mr Thomson
dry
sheer), vrit-h 75 Acrp ,sT
ha« bought a larger farm.
B^J°
Ltmbs C
S
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it
"
K
eood Place.
Will sell below cost,
PRICE, ONLY £ls
PER AORJS
Potatoes.,
out.
PRICE.
MANUFACTURERS
f
£S ooo.
CLOSE TO TIMARU.
'5
ACRES,
Government t-o„«
hold.
Rent 10s.
5-Roomed Dwelling.,less 10 per
fWshed, concrete floor,
looseW hark
ness room, carshpd w»Vif'
washnouse,
"•,
«■
store
dj
etore.
miles from Timaru andS
acres young trees, 6
rears nM °
"nar
rymg 25 cows and B horses
wheat and oat
' 4 acres
MATIONAL
FERTILISERS.
LARGE
SECTION,
running
-
of"
Pyne, Gould,
Guinness
D. C. Tumbull
Co.
Mixtures'
MACHINERY.
church.
D. G. OTNEBULL
CO
at.v. Valua:'
;,t<3OMPLETE
CLEARING SALE.
MR
FOR
J;
A: McGILLIVRAY.
i
'rFAIRVJEW ROAD;- SALTWATER
•■;
CREEK.
?HE
CANTERBURY
.
FARMERS
231 ACRES, L.I.P.
Rent 9s per aero
less
10 per cent, rebate if paid
promptly.
Situated 6 miles from
railway by good metalled road. Subdivided into 6 i>addocks, well fenced
and i»fttered. Grows good grain and
root cropsj and carries 2£ sheep to
Imptwements consist of
the acre.
Dwellinghouse 4 rooms, iron granary, sheep yards, etc.
PRICE for Goodwill and Improvements. £2500. Easy Terms arrangpd.
Folio 123
WE HAVE FULL STOCKS OF
200
ACRES FREEHOLD, situated
about 3 miles .from railway
station, about 15 miles from - TJmarii.
All splendid wheat growing downs,
sub-divided into 7 paddocks, all well
fenced and watered.
A CHANCE FOR SOLDIERS.
Grain Mixtures
PRICE, £lB PER ACRE.
,
have
WECLASS
a Client with a
FREEHOLD
FIRST-
FARM,
comprising 380 ACRES, situate within
6 miles of Timaru, who is desirous of
negotiating with
a SYNDICATE OF
SOLDIERS for the purchase of the
Property.
The Land is all in young grass, and
Grows excellent grass
in good heart.
and root crops, and is admirably
adapted for Dairving.
GIT OUR QUOTATION EX STORE
Good Farm Braidings, well improved.
OR DELIVERED YOUR
TIMARU DAIRY FARM.
SIDING.
PRICE, £25 10s PER ACRE.
ACRES FREEHOLD, situated
|
just outside town boundary; very
dairy
little
farm
all
handy
well fenced
and watered, with boundary to permanFurther particulars, on application to
ent creek. AH splendid root and grasing land.
)
LAND
VALUATORS,
AND
COMMISSION AGENTS.
Dalgety
PRICE, £SO PER ACRE.
&
Co., Ltd.,
Terms: £650 Cash..
Balance 5 years
.'.■•': at 5£ per oent.: ::
::FOR,
SALE> : -f;
;
W«' stock this Favourite -Dip in
Well-huilt ■ 5-Roomed House,
LIQUH) BLOOM (NONtOR SALE—dairyy" good .cowshed, stable, LIQUID,
loose-box, and cart" shed.
cut- POISONOUS),
and
ARSENIC
ROAD.-6 Rooms, plastered,
horse
SULOTIPUA
power.
ter with
;;
5 ROOMS, 5 .Minnas; from Town
"
house,
"
■■'.-.
,
Suit
Business
£1050.-Terms,
Man. PRICE—-
Arranged.
;' ;
••'
electric light, hot and cold water,
.-■'■' wash-house, with tubs and .copper.
Good sunny section; laid out in
* lawn.
£720.
SEFTON
STREET.—S Roomed House,
THE BEST. ALL ROUND DIP FOR
plastered, gas, hot and_ cold water,
EXHIBITOR OR GRAZIER.
and all modern conveniences. Very
handy to Bay.
£730.
CRAIGIE AVENUE.—6 Rooms, plashot
and cold water,
tered, gas,
wash-house, tubs and copper Only
a few minutes from Post Office.
The -above is> a apleiidid'bpportuQily PHUR PASTE (POISONOUS).
forXanyone to start d^
5 ROOMS;; All, Conveniences; i-Acre
:;
Beautifully Laid Out. Good IrriiV.
.~v
the town.
■■
-;'./-
.v V-.Q'-'-.. s<
BHEEP FARM.
5 ROOMS, All Conveniences; Electric
Light; Beautiful View. PRICE—°.7'2o. Terms Arranged. '
i(\C\
ACRES,
_UU splendid low
Further Particulars on Application.
FREEHOLD,
all
lying downs, lying
N.Z. L.
&
well to the sun, watered by permanent
streams, carrying 650 sheep and 60
head large cattle, situated about 8
Morton
&
Pearson,
FAIRLIE.
divided into 20 paddocks, all well fenced- New 4-rpomed House, plastered,
h.c. water, dairy, large stables, Bam,
cowshed, young orchard.
'.
AUCTIONEERS.
-
CAIN'S TBRRACI!.
T. FRISBY,
66 6AMMACK ST., TEMUKA.
CO-OP.
arranged.
mRET at
Reasonable Charge.
PROMPT SERVICE.
LAND AGENT
STOCK AND SHARE BROKER,
Member of Christchurch Stock
Exchange.
'"■■-'■ "■;.; -A.-'
SEASON.
Undersigned are prepared to
the
THE undertake
and
of Fruit Trees in Small 6rv
Pruning
Spraying
Large
Gardens throughout the district.
J. SIMMONS AND SON,
Gardeners, Geraldine.
O.S. CHAFF,
TOP THAT WASTE of heat up the
STOPSKAL is guarchimney.
all HOURS. anteed to remove scale and thus
save
10 to 80 per cent, of fuel. Non-poisany boiler.
imous and harmless to
Manning and Co.> 188 Cashel Street,
'PfiONIi 90. OR P.O. 6TJITO.
Christ-church,
AXI FOR
PARTRIDGE PEAS,
■'■•.'■'■•'' OATS," "'■■'■
ASSN.. LTD.
GEORGE BOWKER,
THE SPRAYING AND PRUNING
BUYERS OF
;C
PRICE £l3 PER ACRE.
Terms
JIA. Co. Ltd
PLEASANT POINT.
Station, close to
miles from Railway turnips
and grass,
30 Acres
school.
20 Acres rape, 10 Acres swedes, sub-
•..
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ANDREWS.
_
MORTON AND PEARSON,
llMiilIaSI»«IO
"
PT., ST.
ACRES FREEHOLD, rich have 'CO-OPERATIVE ASSN:, LTD.,
limestone Farm, situated con- Publioireceived instructions to Sell by
Auction, as. above, WITHOUT
Wellvenient,.-,,t0. Pleasant Point.
.
built -6-Roomed House, bathroom, h. RESERVE—
22 FIRST-CLASS PICKED YOUNG
and c, windmill and tanks, dairy,
COWTS,
just calved and duo
5-stall
storeroom, and washhouse.
September and October.
stable. loose-box,_ granary, shearing
shed, trapshed. implement shed,, moFull .Particulars' later.
tor shed, men's whare, pigstye, cowshed, yards, and dip. Subdh-ided into
CANT.
paddocks,
all
well
fenced
and
FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSN.,
12
waEasily carries 1000 ewes.
tered.
Auctioneers.
151 ACRES, L.I.P.
Rent 9s per
PRICE, £2O PER ACRE.
Acre, less 10 per cent, rebate if paid
on due date. Subdivided into 8 padTerms: £3OOO Cash, oalance arranged
The above is a rich limestone farm
docks, well fenced and watered. 60
N.Z. LOAN AND M.A. CO.
under cultivation, balance
warm and sunny situation; no place
acres
English grasses.
Buildings comwhere stock do better.
Dwellinghouse
prise
4 rooms and
shed.
conveniences.,
chaffhouse.,
sheep yards, etc. Water laid on to
house.
Situated 4 miles from railway station, 2_ miles from school.
Dailv Mail service.
HANDY FARM.
PRICE for Goodwill and Tmprovements, £2OOO.
Folio 114
The above Farm grows heavy crops
of Wheat, and is splendid fattening
Anyone looking for a cheap
land.
farm should inspect without delay.
from
',
PLEASANT
Auctioneers.
"-:,a^-'^
AND ACINCY CO.,
OF M.Z. LTD
..■■■■■;■.-.Wilson" Street to Hugh' .Street,
475 ACRES, £lo.los per acre. Terms,
say £7OO down. 15 acres Italian; rye,
15 acres oats and grass, 25 acres turAUCTIONEERS, TIMARU.
nips and balance in grass. 12 padLICENSED LAND AGENTS,'
docks, well fenced and watered. Grows
VALUATORS. ETC..
good crops of oats, rape and turnips.
Now carrying 520 sheep, 11 cattle, an<i
BESWICK STREET, TIMARU.
horses.
House
2
4 rooms, washstubble
house, dairy, granary, shearing shed,
PRICE, £14 50 trapshed, stables, yards, etc. Onlv
-jARE YOU WANTING A NEW
---njile from station, 1 mile from sonooi,
...-.' CICLE? "■
■ .-.•.-3 miles from saleyards, and .handy to
Ckristchurch.
Owner been on the If you are, get in quick now, for the
BUYERS wanting Farms
farm 12 years, and will give real good Prices tend to skywards, and our onoe
rehable lnfomation on. inquiry can tei-ms.
Write or call for further parLarge Stocks get Low.
ticulaTs.
LAMBORN'S CYCLE WORKS
ASHBUR.TON DAIRY FARM.
Stafford St. (Phone 274).
LTD117 ACRES, 2 miles from school and
factory, daily mail. Well fenced and
watered, 7 paddocks. 20 acres, oats and
&
grass," 14 acres stubble. 20 acres old
grass, and balance in last year's <ras&
MANURES.
i.
Grows 45 bushels wheat and 50 "bushels oats per acre. Carrying 30 cows GOVERNMENT WHEAT BROKERS
Use "REX" Brand
for up- 3 horses, and 100 sheep.
First-Class
to-date Farming,
BUYERS OP
Buildings, consisting of good 4-Roorned
House, bathroom, pantry, scullery, hot
FOWL
WHEAT,
OATS, PEAS,
FENCING/MATERIAL.
and cold water, verandah, washhouse
and
coalhouse.
and
barn.
£32
PEE.
RYIX3RASS.■:'■
.;
-;'"
.We are' in a position^to quote' Black, ACRE. £9OO down, and
balance on
Galvanised, and .Barb WIRE at
terms.
As
owner wants to sell
good
MUCH REDUCED Prices.
might be
a close - offer
: '/f :
considered.
FOR SALE.
"Write or call.
EVANS AND BULL.
SEED; GARTONS,
Chief Agents Yorkshire Insurance Co
Our Chests and Half Chests are of the
63 CATHEDRAL SOUAP.E.
AND DUN OATS.
Best Quality, and our Prices are
CHRJSTCHURCH.
(1)
Most Reasonable.
;*'.!
NEW and good
OORNSACKS.
We also carry Full Stocks of
USED—FOR SALE—CHEAT.
MOTOR OILS. Petrol, Kerosene.
Oil and Gas - Engines, Sutton Gas
Agricultural and Curing; SALT.
Plant, Steam Engines, Boilers. TracHARDWARE AND GROCERIES of tions, Electric Motors. Manning Ma&
chinery
all. descriptions,
WAIMATE, GERALDINE, FAIRLIE,
OANT, FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSN.,
-
ONLY £SOO CASH necessary.
Well-built 6-Roomed House, Stable,
Granary, Sheep Yards, etp.
and
Successful and Reliably
consequent; on /. Stock and
\:
Auctioneers.^; p;-'f •:■
:iK::;mcH : farm.
proved
DALGEI? ANr CO., LTD.
TIMARU.
■■
LAND.
'with two frontages each; of 74ft.
...'.- high,
sunny site. PRICE, £350.
LJ ACRES, Marchweil. Close to bus
terminus and 5 chains frontage.
PRICE £230.
J. R. EVANS,
ROLAND BULL
The above properties are for absolute
Licensed Land Broker).
sale as Mr Edwards intends to retire
(Established 1881J
from active business life. The
firm
will be pleased to show intending
SHEEP AND CROPPINC FARM.
clients over the property at any time.
o-bai&f
";
Have
CLEAPJNG SALE
account
of MR JOHN/WHITE, "Ocean
TJHE
View," Rbsewillj. WILL NOT BE
TUESDAY, 15th JULY.
r
"D.A.L." MANURE AND
BASIC PHOSPHATE
'WHITE:
'
.
PRICrSW
EVANS AND BULL.
n
MrMERS'
MR,/;JOHN
OuO
SPECIAL GRAIN, RAPE, TURNH;
AND GRASS MIXTURES.
BENZINE.
We have Large Stocks of
BIG TREE.
SHELL.
PLUME.
OILS.
W© Stock all FARM AND MOTOR
OILS.
PYNE, GOULD, GUINNESS LTD., absolutely sound, the plans of which
may-be seen with the agents.
DALGETY AND CO.,LTD.,
LAND, Otipua Road, _ high
level section and a perfect building
..Joint Auctioneers.
:
site. PRICE £125. '
/"SALE- FOR
;..
OUR
//.'Auctioneers../
''
-Plant having/•■been; taken
tion. ■ ; '■
■'.:: '■"': /y'/./
RUBBER-TYRED DOG-CART (in
.■■ good order)
3 Sets Collars, Fames and Winkers.
; '-'f'fi
2 Sets Trap Harness.
:-.;;
OF
'.'.
LAND,
AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES,
EX STORE OR DELIVERED
at Country Stations.
-■/
00ANB.;. FARMERS' CO-OP;; ASSN.,;
HELD,
-2 LIGHT SPRING DRAYS
CANT.
WE ARE BOOXLVG TO-DAY
FOR ALL CLASSES OF GRAIN
on
HORJSfc
SATURDAY, sth JULY.
have been appointed GOVERNMENT BUYERS OF WHEAT for the
£4500.
The buildings are quite new
SHAREBROKER
DALCETY AND CO., LTD.,
1 BAY PONY (quiet in saddle or harness), and Harness.
1 HALF DRAUGHT FOAL
1 Good Cattle Doe, about 300 Empty
Sacks, Laying Fowls, etc. *
'Also—
HARNESS and SUNDRIES.
A/c Mrs E. McDonald, Waimate—-
IMPORTANT
We
"
CANTERBURY
MARKET.
'
mmmi
-'
ASSN.;
Auctioneers.
.
CATTLE—4
ter).
;
"TATTERSALL'S"
AND AGENCY C0»
OF N.Z., LTD.
~
B
o^d
win&.iS
■
~[■■
NATIONAL MORTGAGE
;
SALE 11:30.
CANT. FARMERS'
NATIONST, MORTGAGE *■ AGENCY
CO. OF N 7... LTD..
WAIMATE,
Auctioneers.
11.
LUNCHEON,
YOUNG DAIRY
PROVIDED.
FOR ABSOLUTE SALE,
)UTH
»
inspec-
LAND AGENT.
due to calve June and July,
others in full profit.
AH 2nd
and 3rd'Calvers.
1 HEIFER due lst*Sept.; 1 Heifet,
18 months; 1 Heifer, 12 months;
3 Calves (one week old).
■■.-^.■'■•
1 BROWN MARE, 7yrs (good hun-
FURNITURE.
QUANTITY
LUNCHEON PROVIDED.
whole of South Canterbury.
.15
Large
•
8 dams and
Sheep. Feeder,
Water Trough.
Grain Crusher',
Blocks and Chains. Roofing Iron,
10 coils Wire Netting, Stakes.
( Posts. Ladder
Separator, Churn,
i> Ban-els and Water Tubs,
Emery
Grinder, Coons. Lawn Mower, and
numerous Sundries.
Also
20 DRAT LOADS of Yellow Globe
MANGOLDS, on. Hook Farm, at
per load on ground.
.'
"
Folio H-266.
.
,™
Full particulars from and
tion arranged by
THE
'•
There is great activity in the Propery Market. BUSINESS IS BOOMING'. Call and see what we can offer
you.
We have some really attractive
places on our books, and the TERMS
EASY.
ALLCHURCH AND
CO., ARE
AGENTS
have received for Private Sale Cooper's and Lawes' FOR:
Dips.
the Property of Mr Richard Edwards, Vacuum Oil Company.
comprising the following:—
Shaw. Savill, and Albon Co., Ltd
Union Steam Shin Co. of N.Z., Ltd.
UP-TO-DATE SHOP AND DWELLNational Insurance Co., Ltd.
ING in Stafford Street
North, Thorn anu! Cameron's Whisky.
opposite
the
Grand
Picture Globe Separators and Chnxns.
Theatre. 31 Perches of land, Sandow and Donald Wool Presses.
Frontage of 38ft. and 165ft. deep Golden Bay Cement.
with shop of ground floor area of Meggitt's 'Calf Food.
and
7-Roomed Gafton's and "National"
94ft. by 28ft.,
(Hirst's)
Dwellings over
(separate
stair
Seeds.
entrance); also Bathroom, Pantry,
Lined
Porch,
Scullery,
Cupboard
and Brick Outbuildings and Yard,
h. and c. Water and Gas through-
H
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;
,
Auctioneers.
CJLEARING SALE OF DAIRY
IMPLEMENTS, ETC.
Combined Drill (ft. and D), Grain Drill
HERD, ETC.
(R. ad G:'), Lime Spreader (P.'and
FOB,
Grass
MR JAMES DUNNV
Stripper (P. and D.),
GLENHT.
Grass Box, Duncan Cultivator,
Discs (McC.), Cambridge Roller
(R. and G.)
FRIDAY, 4th JULY, 12 Noon.
Drill (B
and McD.), D.F. Plough (P. and
!>.!>.), Dray and Frame,
Planet
CANTERBURY FARMERS'
Jr., Sledge, 3 sets Tine., Drag and
CO-OPERATIVE ASSN., LTD.,
Tripod Harrows,
Spring Trap have received instructions from MR
(Roomy . Dog-cart), Gig, Long JAMES DUNN (consequent on having
Shafter, Plough Blocks,
Trees, sold his "Milk Run") to Sell by PubChains, 1 McOormick Binder, 1 lic Auction, as above, WITHOUT
D.F. Plough (B. and McD.),, 1 SERVE—
. ■'% ,-,;,'
Seed Cleaner.
IMPLEMENTS.
15-coulter Duncan Drill (spoon feed),
Manure, Grain, and Peas, Turnip,
Rape;
15-coulter Duncan Drill
(force feed), Manure, Grain, and
Seeds; Duncan 3-furrow Plough
(Riding), new pattern, not done 50
acres; R. and G. 2-furrow Plough,
Sunshine One-Way Disc (10 blade),
2 Farm Drays and Frames, P. and
D. Duncan Disc Harrows. Roller,
Duncan Grubber, MeC. Reaper and
Binder and Extras, 4-leaf Harrows
IMPORTANT
and Bar (heavy), 4-leaf Harrows 10 coils Netting, SUNDRIES.
•
Posts, Bluegum
"-'■" and Bar (grass).
Planking, £-inch Piping, Chaff
Sacks,
4 Drums Tar, Seconds Oats
SUNDRIES.
and Wheat, Cocksfoot Seed,. 4 and
6-horse. Blocks and Chains; Collars.
5-hiorse Trees, Grindstone, Harness
Hames and "Winkers, Covers for all
for' all Horses, Riding Saddles
horses, 2 Cart Saddles and BreedSide Saddle, 2 sets Gig Harness'
ings, 2 sets Leading Chains, 140
sets Leading Straps, Spare Har3
sks Feed Oats (heavy). 50 sks
ness, 5 pairs. Plough Chains,
Straw Chaff, 20 sacks Algerian
Scythe, Garden and Stable Tools
Oats. 40 sks Carrots. 9 sks Italian
Fowls, "Alfa Laval" Separator'
Jt.vecrrass (dressed), 3 sks Per. and
Churn, 1 Singer Sewing Machine'
Clover mixed, Seed and Table
■.
etc. • ..
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,
.
"-,\,
\
.
FARM—-
Possession 26.th July.
CANT. FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSN.,
-;
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|
_
,
ft
BLACK GELDING "Punch," exfra
good, 5 years old .
BAY GELDING "Baldy," syrs old
BAY GELDLNG "Jock 5
V?
BAY GELDING "Duke"
BLACK GELDING "Darkie"
ft:
1 SPRING CART MARE, in foal,t<»
Lord Kitchener
CATTLE.
1 DRAUGHT MARE, in foal to Lord -3 COWS in profit
Kitchener
':?
COWS
calf
in
2
•■
2 DRAUGHT FOALS,, hy Lord
;1 HELPER, 6 Yearling Cattle -4
"'■
'■'.■■.
chener
v-rftft ; 1 PEDIGREE SHORTHORN BULL
■
VALUATORS, HOUSE, LAND AND
ESTATE AGENTS.
DISTRICT AGENCY N.Z. GOVERN-
-
•
•'
.
RENEWABLE LEASE.
'
Good 9-Roomed House,
Lawns, and Orchard, Outbuild- BUILDINGS:
Stable, Garage, Large Woolshed,
X-BRED ings., Motor Shed, Loose Boxes, ana
dens,
;
247
and all conveniences.
Property beautifully laid out in Gar-
342 4, 6, and 8-TOOTH
EWES (Rams in 16th April)
Loft.
S 2-SHEAR ROMNEY and BORD.
Also—HACKS, COWS, ETC.
LEIG. RAMS
-i
80 X-BRED HOGGETS
i-ACRE situate TRAFALGAR ST
with House of 7 Rooms, gas, h. and
■■'■' ; c. water, and all conveniences, with
HORSES.
■':
3 DRAUGHT MARES (5 to 9yrs) / Outbuildings.
Also—
2 DRAUGHT GELDINGS (5 to 7yrs)
PRICE, as a .Going Concern—Walk
1
CARTER
in, Walk out—£3o,ooo.
J-ACRE, adjoining above, in TAFAL1 DRAUGHT COLT, 2yrs
,
'
GAR ST.
1 YEARLBJG FILLY
'
A/c EXOBS. THOMAS NEAL,
DECEASED.
-
„
Electric Light
(Raims in 16th April)
-
".■
_
„
(
AT
Vl3O 2-TOOTH X,BRED EWES
-
;
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Folio H-43.
Modern RoagaVV the Public Trustee; as Executor
3054 ACRES, with
MENT STATE FIRE
cast Residence 6 Rooms, «as, hoft in the Estate of the LATE THOMAS
INSURANCE OFFICE.
PRICE, with I**o LEAL, to offer for "Sale by Public
and cold water.
Auction, in our Land"Sale Booms as
FOR SALE.
Ewes, 2S E.L. Rams. 800 La.ribs
ioD'K)
v
(72) 7-ROOMED DWELLING, with all
above—
conveniences.
Fine appearance and
,
Folio H-S3.
247 ACRES RENEWABLE LEASE, . high, corner section, North End. Five
Ew«
Good
FREEHOLD
ACRES
walk
Settlement,
2520
AUanholme~
Rental
minutes'
from Caroline Bay.
Ail;
Well subdivided.
Countrv.
8s 6d per acre, being Section 6,
PRICE £775.
Or with Splendid
?lieer>
carrv 1400 ewes and 400 drv
Block XVL, Waihao Survey DisSection adjoining, £IOOO
Wooi-n=sd,
Cottage,
also' Cattle.
(471
with
6-ROOMED
trict,
'
2-Roomed Dwelling,
V AVelWbuilt
DWELL*™m
19 mjes ACRE,
Stable, Yards.
Stable, Granary, etc.
ING, gas, verandah, etc". Concrete
RaH.
Price. £4 10s PER
foundations, steel ceilings.
Nice
adjoining
8000 ACRES LEAESHOLD
Subject to lease to John Shannon
Section. PRICE. £BOO. Easy terms,
can be secured with this Block.
5-ROOMED WOODEN HOUSE,
expiring March 12th, 1920.
h■■■; (oOV
North End. overlooking: the Bay.
.
Folio X-2491.
Full
PRICE.' £525.
Terms arranged.
Kent arranged
16,200 ACRES at Benmore.
-'_
(3oß>
'■--'■
5-ROOMED BUNGALOW. (new),
.-;7. 5 7- ,\:^ ' '■-'".'?^■/<-l :
V it-u
and Rates £l6O per annum.
North
:
End.
A few minutes' walk
House and Farm Buildings Games "PYNE,
froin the Bay.
Electric light ,ind
Cots, 15
2250 Sheep, 50 Rams, 75
every
convenience.
PRICE, £620.
Young Cattle, Horses, Implaiaet-t*.
(341) New 5-ROOMED
Waimate, Auctioneers.
BUNGALOW,
off Church Street.
All modern conPRICE, £9OOO as a Going Concern.
veniences.
PRICE, £SBO.
CLEARING SALE--AT GERALDINE.
(355) Nice Up-to-date BUNGALOW of
.
'
Folio H-311.
5 Rooms, situated off Wai-iti Road.
13.000 ACRES,- Small Grazing Sun.
Good level Section of 30 Perches
Rental £450 yearly, 16 years to
THURSDAY, 10th JULY.
Together
(high and sunny).
With 4000 Sheep.
PRICE, £9OO.
run.
and
possession.
1400
Freehold
"Immediate
with
ACRES
T>YNE, GOULD, GUINNESS, LTD.,
. PRICE, £24,000
6 ROOMS, well-built House, Oti(472)
1009 .Sheep.
have received instructions from
pua Road, large sunny section;
elecMR D. MACGREGOR to hold an UNtric light.
Immediate possession.
RESERVED
CLEARING
SALE
on
£725.
PRICE,
NEAR
GOOD
FARM
CHEAP AND
(705) LARGE STONE HOUSE, close
V above date of the whole of his
CAVE.
in. gas and all conveniences; J-Aore
ISG AC7R.ES, L.I.P. Rent 5s lOd. New
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND
Section
Good garden. Very suitDwelling 6 Rooms, Stable, Sheds,
.
.
.
EFFECTS.
Fowlhouse,
able
for a Boordinghouse.
Chafihouse,
Sheep yards,
£530
(Terms.)
garden and
and Pig-stye. Good
Full Particulars later.
(506) 284 ACRES, with good New
orchard. 1-V miles from railway and
Rich land. suitable for
Dwelling of 4 Rooms, hot and cold
school.
PYNE, GOULD. GUINNESS LTD.,
wheat, sheep fattening and dairying
water.
All flat land.
One mile
.
Easy
£1550.
Auctioneers.
Bargain
land.
at
from railway station and school on
A
Terms.
main line, South Canterbury.
£l4
10s PER ACRE. £2700 may remain
on
at
Mortgage
5
per cent.
Folio H-269.
GOOD LaNO, CLEARING SALE AT GERALDINE. (422) J.2S ACRES 27 PERCHES', subA HANDY FARM.
divided into 6 paddocks. Land is
22S ACRES. L.I.P.
3* miles from
undulating ana all ploughable (no
railway arid school, with 5-Roomed
stones), and is well watered by dams
House. Dairy. Washhouse, Stable,.
17th
JULY.
THURSDAY,
Good
and
well.
land.
Live and wire fences in
Loose-box, and Shed.
5-Roomed House
good repair.
has yielded 45 bushels Wheat and
carries 250 sheep in addition to cropPRICE, £26 10s PER ACRE (clear
ping. A cheap property. PRICE,
title); £soo_ deposit, and balance can
£I7OO. Terms.
remain at oi per cent, fbr 5 years
have received instructions from (115) 16 ACRES, subdivided iato 6
ME, A. HERON to hold a COMPLETE
Watered by dam; wire
paddocks.
Folio H-298.
SMALL FARM NEAR ST.ANDREWS CLEARING SALE of his \.
and live fences. House of 5 Rooms
21 ACRES
trapshed, etc. " PRICE, £IOOO.
40 ACRES Freehold.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND (116) 6 ACRES, subdivided
with
5-Roomed House,
L.1.P..
into 4
.EFFECTS.
Washhouse. and Dairy, Iron Shed.
paddocks. House of 4 rooms", motor
Carrvins 30 Cattle in addition to
shed, stable, etc.
PRICE,'
£750crop'. PRICE, £650 for L.1.P.. and
Full Particulars later.
£250 in cash and balance at 6 per
£27 per Acre for Freehold.
cent.
We have a number of inquiries from
PYNE, GOULD, GUINNESS LTD.,
Folio H-309.
bona fide purchasers . for Houses of 4
DAIRY FARM AT TEMUKA,
■
and
5 Rooms, situated within 20 min40 ACRES, with Dwelling and Buildutes walk of town.
ings.
PRICE. £6O per Acre.
FURNISHED HOUSES.
Terms, £SOO Cash.
Place your House on our register.
WAIMATE LAND AUCTION.
good Clients waiting.
We
have
Folio H-236.
SATURDAY, 12th JULY, 2.30 p.m:
VERY RICH DAIRY AND CROPPING LAND AT TEMUKA
WAIKAEAHI L.1.P., 581 ACRES.
150 ACRES Farm, with Fine
stead, handily situated. One of the*
RENTAL, 4s Id.
'PHONE 365, PROPERTY DEPT.
best farms in tfae district
PRICE. £42 PER ACRE. Tpl NE, GOULL\ GUINNESS, LTD.,
**•
in conjunction with DALGET'i"
H. ALLCHURCH AMD CO.,
AND CO., LTD., have been instructed
Folio H-285.
by MR W. G. THOMSON to offer for
L.I.P. FARM CLOSE TO TOWN— .sale by Public Auction
in Pyne,
A BARGAIN..
Gould,
Land Salerooms
Li]J;MWAfi
WAIMATE, liis FINE WAIEAKAHI
r
"TATTERSALL'i" SALEROOMS
SATURDAY, 12th JULY, 2.30. "
THE CANTERBURY FARMERS'
__..'. CO-OPERATIVE
SOME BRICK RESIDENCE
ASSN., LTD.,
8 ROOMS, situate SELWYN ST.. AREA—29,OOO ACRES LEASEHOLD
have received instructions from MRS ofn^^?
and 1200 ACRES 'FREEHOLD.)
E. A. ALEXANDER -(consequent on TIMARU, on
having sold her Farm) to Sell by Pub1 ACRE and 38 PERCHES.
lic Auction, as above, "WITHOUT REWITH 11,000 SHEEP.'
SERVE—
,
AUCTION.
SATURDAY-JULY sth
."; At
:2.30:p.mV v.';:r. '-v■
CANJ^GTON—CAVE,
MONDAY, 7th JULY. 11.30 a.m.
■
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_
LUNCHEON PBOVIDED.
HE NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND
■ AGENCY CO. (OF N:Z:V LTD.,
SHEEP RUN FOR SALE.
IN ESTATE OF THE LATE
JOHN KELLAND (Decsd).
FOR MRS E. A. ALEXANDER,
;
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Folio H-248.
with fine
795 ACRES at Milton,
Homestead. 3 miles from town, 3
100 acres very
miles from school.
rich land, 540 acres good tussoc*.
Carries 1400 wethers or 000 ewes
Fattens
and 800 to 900 wethers..
inis
all lambs, besides cropping.
oat*
bushels
100
Tear's crop over
per acre. S-Roomed Dwelling, telephone, connection, gas lighting, garage, and complete faim buildings
PRICE, £6 15s PER ACRE.
50
250
200
:' 240
100
100
100
6
CANTERBURY FARMERS' CO-OP.
IMPORTANT SALE OF RESIDENTIAL TIMARU PROPERTY,
j
Good quality
yards.
sheep
v
150 FATXAMBS
CO-OP.
COMPLETE CLEARING SALE..
.
„„
has grown 45 bushels wneat and Jo
PRICE, £3250
bushels oats.
CANTERBURY FARMERS'
COMPLETE CLEARING SALE
CLIMBING SALE.
LTD.
WAIMATE.
C, LTD.,
:
Pyne, Gould, Guinness
S.C. STOCK AUCTIONEERS'
FINAL BEMLNDER.
i
CU INN ESS LTD.
PYNE, COULD,
:
PYNE, COULD, tUINNESS LTD.
AT TOP MARKET RATES.
Printed
aad
Published by Edward
of Nelson Terrace
Timaru, for the "Timaru Herald"
Company, Limited, at their Registered Offioe. Soohia Sweet. Timaru,
George Kerr,
S'X.ediae.sdayj July 2nd, 1919.
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