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oram, kakahit, and waitohi advertiser
The Temuka Leader.
ORAM, KAKAHIT, AND WAITOHI ADVERTISER
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Every Tuesday,
Thursday,
24,. .1882.-
JUNE
'SATURDAY,
akd Saturday.
LYJSWOOD BO EL-
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HA.V.3 rrch n]»a«.pre :n informing
*th' ibe £,9iie
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AUCTIONEER, LAJD AND ESTAT
AGENT,
Valuator and Commission Agevl,
TEMUEA..
Registered fob
VETERINARY SURGEON,
TEMUKA HOTEL.
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."*fcr-«S''. !l J 'tv'.i, I^o
CODliOi- 8 l»"
naine or expp-se
be e*-^ 1 io ira 1 e
-eve's I'i Wlt.L
the Hotel p no eCo euyoi-e gVaij me».
iairuoiu«»-j
•'«.
r.H.alled. •'- *>e"t g
merchandise, produce of e/evy Jesc, v* or. call, it
'*
o' the, 7,: vv/ay
witJiin one mi p e',
ACLEAN & STEWART S-3 on, pd<l riju o> ; «'e .'lie Tosi oFoe.
w1
LEVENS
TEMUKA.
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v 8 tvril be of
AUCTIONEERS,
b.p-ds.
AD;excel'eni si'b'e under ibe
iiVCK AND NATION AGENTS, ch.Tge of a c ea'l ocr.
GENERAL
X,M-4WE-r
LAND EROKEHS AND
EVERY
COMMMISSION AGENTS,
iwooJ ;Hoj,el.
my
,
TIMARU
'•
MMT'jjLEN
oil freVs
A gen Is Tor
■«*
to
auaov
;o
AND RQONEY,
~
OOnTeN 1E NCE
AiSD
ATTENTION
Mr.TLi.EJSb frSCV/I- ,E HOT.iL,
iSor-h Loath i -Jir.rr.
s Yards.
Sales at
•Wil/LJIND
,f ITI L M 0 N G E R S,
AND
;
,
.7"
"
COXHEAD S r &' T< GPvAFHIC
S.UDIO,
George f.treet, Tl-iiai .1 (opposite Clob
Hoielj
rra2l
Temuka and Silvekstream
Mackenzie Country,
"OErvRIEPJS PORTRAIT ROOMS,
Beg to notify to their Friends and the
Main South RoAr r Timaru,
(C pposite Theatre).
Public that the
SEASON HAVING COMMENCED
and Lbe ?.?V .c of
Timaru and Distric Ll-aL he has EETHEY ABE PREPARED TO
COKT'ANT.
INT) T'.SSESSiON ov the
ENTEBEO
DRESS
IVOOL FOR EXPORiASSUB
above HOTFL. wlrch is pow being WINES, SPIRITS, AND ALES
«KJAKI;IAN FIRE AND LIFE
Painted
REFORM-SHED throughout,
EANCE COMPANY,
Highest Cash Prices for Wool, Sheepskins
Of the Very Best Quality.
and Decorated. On inspection it will be
Lombard Street, London.
Hides, and Tallow.
found one of Lhe MObT COMFORTABLE
Suites of
HOTELS
Private
IN
TIMARU.
1821.
Established
Wool Scouring at lowest current rate 3.
Rooms for FsrniHes, FREE BILLIAP.D
All Wool received for Scouring will be
Subscribed capita
paLroDB.
ONE OF ALCOCK'S BEST BILLIARD plsced on rail and forwarded as owners
of 2,894,000
Total invested funds, upwards
The Wiue and opl,ii Depa.iivent is
may direct.
465,000
TABLES,
Total annual income...
stoc'ced wifh all .he Best B.p.nds; Teal
English and Colonial Ala an-1 Stout; t
been appointed
Under the supervisiou of a careful and
—The undersigned, having
bvlh ?,nd boitle sho, a vaiie.'y or Co'oirr,!
Christchu-ch
at
be
So'd
at
Wholeattentive marker.
w-.1l
all
which
Wii-ec,
of
•gents of the above.company
as usual a
to issue policies sale Prices, and deli
3d Tree of Carf i iHE UNDERSIGNED is
and Lyttelfcon, are prepared
ja3l
JOHN M. OLLIVIER.
PURCHASER of WOOL,
J_
riage in T'.tnaru or Suburbs.
CASH
usual
term-..
the
fire
or.
of insurance against
HIDES, and TALLOW at Orari and
M. UTTLLEN,
LONBON
**J£?
None Lut Approved Pictures are
allowed to leave the Studio.
Ferrier's Series, of Panoramic Views of
Timaru Now Ready, and may be had at
trio Studio or from any of the Booksellers.
.
Price 2s 6d.
ma2B
A. W. withST. URRI D G
(Late
;
KeVahu.
Farmers wishing to join their Clips and
SELLING OFF I
AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT
SC jiETY.
Established
j l
Proprietor,
mj>3o
AROWHENUA HOTEL.
GREAT BARGAINS
1849.
AT
mUSTON'S
FOR LIFE ASSURANCE ON THE
MUTUAL PRINCIPLE.,
!
Junction
ARDWARE
■
Poim
to
>nd Timartj
Roads.
_
•EON A R D
i
ESTABLISHMENT.
make large lots for Home Shipments will
be esoecia'ly attended to.
The Wool from tiie Orari Wool Works
took First Prize at the Great Metropolitan
Show at Christchnrch, and First and
Second Prizes at Timaru.
noU
A. W. ENSOR.
PsOPBXETOa,
Begß to r"orra his numerous friends,
STOCK
WELL-ASS
>RTED
THIS
ALL
aud the travelling public generally, that
D
Wj\ BE
CUSTOMHOUSE QUAY, WELLINGTON
he has leased the above favorably-known
'
OFFERED FOR ONE MONTH
Hotel.
LANDSCAPE
AT
A
AND
,oo
Revenue
exceeds...
JOBBING
Annual
It will be found a most convenient stage
GARDENER,
Accumulated Fund exceeds ...£ 2,620,00 BEDOCTION ON ENGLISH COST! for travellers, who will find every comWhen the balance will be removed
fort and convenience in this commodious
TEMUKA.
Assurers will please note
for Convenience of sale.
Hotel.
particularly the name of tbh the
Chimneys Cleaned by contract or bythe
•
life
Jffics
Coloin
oldest Established
order.
and
Spr.s
SECURE
Wines
of
Best
Quality.
COME EARLY AND
nies. The similarity of title assumed by
BABGAINS
irismay
new
offices
lead
to
some of the
Mississippi BvuiittD Tabie.
All Orders punctually attended to
IN
take.
Fifchen Rar^es
The STABLES beui.-j in charge of an
Grates
-NION FERE AND MARINE INexperienced Groom, horses will receive
Wne Netting
THE SOUTH CANTERBURY
OF
NEW
j SURANCE COMMPANY
every care. Buggies always on h? re. ap.l
Brckets, (Galvanisedand Wood)
ZEALAND.
T-ls (Galvanised and Wood)
PAPERTAINTS
AND
GLASS,
QUEEN'S HOIEL, TIMARTJ.
Milk Pans (large slock)
HANGING WAREHOUSE.
HEAD OFFICE CHBISTCHURCH.
;
O ffice
New Zealand
:
G-. E
...
INTENDED
.
Cutlery
:
Marine
Department
IHAVE
Hollowere
Colonial .vens
Bedsteads
Copper Boilers
Churns
Sponge aD(i Hip Baths
Fire Department:
Insurances effected on Dwellings, Furniture, Shops, Stock-in-Trade, Merchandise, Hotels, Workshops, Saw Mills,
Threshers, Standing Crop, Grain in Stoofc
or Stack, &c, &c.
Leading and Plough Chains
Pumps
Tinware
:
Insurances effected on Wool, Produce,
Travelling Trunks
Hulls of Ships or Steamer?, Freights, &c.
Locks and Hinges
Prompt and Liberal Settlement of Losses.
Bolts and Nuts
W. DAVIDSON,
Nails, etc.
Local Manager, Timaru
Offices in Premises lately occupied by
J. HOUSTON,
Jonas, Hart, and Wildie.
Main Soaih Road Ti naru, next Shamrock
JOSEPH ASHWELL,
Hotel.
Agent, Temuka.
mv23
Timaru, 20th May, 1882.
&
gi-eat p'.easure in making
R A I G I E,
AMES
known to my old PViends and the
General Public the, I hove TAKEN" from
Mr T. Hubt (he above very commodious PAINTER, GLAZIER, PAPERHANGER,
AND
HOTEL. The House, as is well known,
Importer Direct From London,
contains every convenience, and whatever
Has a large Choice of the
can be done by me to sustain the position
NEWEST PAPERHANGINGS,
it now holds, and to make it still more
From 5d per Piece.
comfortable shall receive ;my earliest
attention.
This Hotel is situated close to the
Supreme, District and Magistrate's Courts,
•
and. persons having business to tiansact at
those institutions will find every comfort
at th V Hotel.
PRIVATE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES.
Experienced Servants Kept.
The Proprietor hopss that his long experience r-i the Business wi". be considered
MANCHESTER BEOS. GOLDSMITH,
a suffrcrent guarantee for the excellence of
Agents. Waimate.
H. E. SMITH.
njl'HE ATM SPHERIC GAS ENGINE the Cuibine and the quality of the Winea
and Sprits.
(Wijjhrra's Parent)
Agent, Winchester.
Soups, Chops and Steaks on the shortest
4BCHIBALD MoDONAND,
For Liglriing Comrlvy Residences,
Cl'.ivr-heb,
nolice.
Agent, Pfoawnt Point.
jiu
J
on<-, etc., vr-.'.h
Public ins
CHARLES GREEN,
a 029
MAIN DRIVING BELTS PORE GAS Oj? It IMH ILLUMINATING
Proprietor.
JL
Guaranteed Waterproof, and net affected
by the Weather
'
POWEr.
Requires uei Tier coal, five, skilled atterdarce, :.ei;or Is nor gasholder
Noie.-*-Tb?s is ,the most durable Gf 5
Machine in ihe Market. Be ng made of
:
AMERICAN COTTON BELTENG—
Half the Cost of Leather. Made any
Length without Joints.
These Belts are made suitable for any
: width of Pulley from lin to 60in in
width,and can be made endless
or tapered if requisite, to
Prevent Jump' in
'
cast-iion, no vapor of gasoline can reach
TIMARU.
ihe outelr air Liberal Terms to the tiade
For Particulars and Prices apply to the
and
the Publ'c will find the
Travellers
Sole Manufacturers
Hotel replete with every conveabove
&
CO.,
J. EDMUNSON
nience, and may rest assured of being
Gas Engineer and Gas Fitters,
treated with civility and receiving every
19, Great George street, Westminster,
attention,
London, S
W.
Only Liquors of the best brands are kept.
running
Phizes—Hamburg, 1878 Berlin, 1879
Cincinnati, 1880 New York, 1880
;
H A M R O OK
;
;
THE
T>;E RPETUAL
PRESS
Patentee and Manufacturer—
Specially constructed for
MAUBICE GANDY,
COMPRESSING LOOSE MATERIAL,
Such as Hay, Straw, Rags, etc.
6, Ansdell street, Liverpool; and Baltimore, United States America
130, Queen Victoria •dne Ton of Hay can be packed within
London Address
One Ton Measurement of 40
street, E.C.
Cubic Feet
FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE.
THOMAS FLAHERTY,
Proprietor.
OTEL.
:
TIMARU PLUMBING
AN D PAINT
ING WORKS,
Opposite New Post-office.
A Substantial
Guarantee given with every Main Driving
Beit
Samples on applic tion.
McBETH
(Late of Doncaster Hotel, Washdyke),
Belt Perpetual Press. Worked by Hors
Begs to inform his Friends and the Public
or steam power
J.
W. HGASFITrER,
iOBERT WILKIN
AND
Strathallan street,
Timartt,
E
Y,
PLUMBEP,
BELLHANGER, PAINTER,
GLAZIER AND PAPERtfiNGER.
CLASS • Sheet, Colore..!, Ribbed, Rolled,
P'rte, Fluied, Rough Plate and
Polished Plate, glazed or cut to any
size.
WALL PAPER—A splendid assortment
in Stock and To Arrive.
PAINTS—WhiIe Lead, ReJ Lead, Oils,
Colors, Putty and Brushes &c.
BATHS, (Hot or co!o), BELLS (Electric
or Wire), SHEET LEAD, SPCUTING, PUMPS, &c.
Estimate gmn for work in Town or
ir.a!6
TJMUKA
Country.
m
T
piOAL "yARDS.
MBER ANO
begq
JT)LYT»I
_|3 hrbu?nt3
.
to infovrr. the iaof
Temuka and
surrounding districts that he has
OPENED A COAL YARD
in connection wiih ir'i Timber Trade, and
hopes by strict attention to business to
merit a share of ihepublic patronage.
A
ALWAYS ON HAND—
large supply
of the best Coals,
Firewood, Fencing Posts, Rails,
and Stakes.
Ironmongery, Timber, and all kinds
of Building Material.
MAIN ROAD, TIMARU.
adfs
Amos)
GRAINER, AND SIGNWRITER,
Main South Road, Temuka.
jv.l4
<&.
Herefovd sl.eet.
E
PAINTER,
•••
CHR*STALL AND CO.,
or Count'/.
Town
JLV
At ihe above Hotel.
b*s
N.B. —Everything so'.d at the lowest
2J
current rates.
per cent
allowed for Cash in all cases.
discount
J. BLTfTH,
Temuka,
fei6
npHE
mIMARU
URNISHING ITTAREHOUSK
QLACK'S
E. S. P
°
-
(
H. J. L
CASH BUYERS OF WHEAT, OATS,
BARLEY AND GRASS SEED.
Corn Sacks and Twine On Sale.
K the Undersigned
PURCHASERS of
are
CASH
WHEAT
The Trade Supplied.
J. E.
BECKINGHAM,
Great South Road,
Timaru.
BARLEY.
fe!6
THE WAITANGI SAWMILLS.
Cornsacka Supplied
at
Lowest Curren
Rates.
AM PREPARED to EXECUTE The
NEW ZEALAND GRAIN AGENCY
ORDERS in EVERY KIND of
AND MERCANTILE COMPANY
TURNERY and JOINERY.
Sashes and Doors of every description
LIMITED.
made to order on the shortest possible
T. McCLATCHIE, Jtjur.,
notice,
i
Agent, Timaru.
Newcastle Coal at the Lowest Bates.
■
Agent for the Colonial Insurance
Company.
CO.,
JOHN JACKSON,
Timber Merchant,
Timaru.
...
...
,
;
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THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
...
...
Ar ply at the Shop, Main South Road,
Temuka.
8
man's Cup took place today on the
Thames, The competitors were Larg an
3
E a
N
Pearce and Laycock. The race resulted
BALUSTER AN!) S< LICITOR,
in the victory of Largan, who beat Pearce
an be consulted at Main South Road,
two lengths.
by
Temuka. The Geraldine Court attended
At the wool auction today less deevery Court d?,y.
nol2
mand was experienced, and prices were
r\H FOSTER Las t;< MMEN< EL occasionally
easier. The catalogues
PRA' TK 'E as a BARRISTER and
SOLICITOR, at Geraldine. Dr F. may comprised 12,000 bales of low to ina'.so be Consulted at Temuka, where he
will regclarly attend the Resident Magis- ferior qualities generally j all in favor
trate's Court.
of buyers.
Geraldine, September 26,1881.
June 21.
the
In
House
of
Commons
last night,
HARLE S
0
L
CKTON
Sir Charles Dilke, Under-Secretary for
CIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHITECT,
Foreign Affairs, stated, in reply to a
AND
that the Government would
question-,
LICENSED SURVEYOR,
Commercial street, Temuka (next Wal- require full reparation Irom the Khedive
fel4 for the outrages
lingford Hotel.
committed upon British
subjects during the recent riots in Alexandria. The Hon W, E. Gladstone aaARCHITECT.
GGUuced, with reference to his motion
for
reform of Parliamentary procedure,
Offices:
WHITE'S BUILDINGS,
that it would be impossible, owing to
Opposite the Bank of Nev? Zealand,
press of business, to carry out the proTimart;.
posals of the Government during the
present session, but that the subject
W. J. N. UPTON,
would be again introduced next year. It
i RCHITECT AND
AND -TTALTTATOR
-YTALUATO
is expected that an autumn session of
Offices—Bowker's Buildings, Great South
Porliament will be held.
Road Tir.aru.
Adelaide wheat, ex warehouse, reConsultation and Advice Free
mains at 51s, and Netf Zealand ditto
at 50s- Adelaide flour, ex warehouse,
is quoted at 455.
LICENSED SURVEYOR, &c,
Australian tallow—Best beef is wo'th
Fyfe's Buildings, next Survey Office, 43s 6d, and best mutton 455.
Tiraaru,
ja3l
At the wool sales today the bidding
was steady, but the demand was not
active. 8100 bales were offered.
NOTICE.
Paris, June 20.
r I 'iHE Public are re-peci.fully invite*' to
The international wine exhibition waa
X INSPECT THE ST' >CK that 1 have
at Bordeaux with great
now on hand, having just received a large opened today
of
Colonial
and
TWEEDS
The
English
addition
eclat.
Courts containing exhibits
I have now the Largest Stock in Timaru to of Australian wiges present a most atselect from. An early inspection invited.
tractive appearance.
Note the address—
Capetown, June 20.
G. BROWN,
A telegram is to hand from Zululand
Practical Tailor,
Corner of Beswick Street, Main North reporting that war has broken out be23de
Road, Timaru.
tween the native tribes in that country, comprising two bodies, tinder
OOPER Dahake, the brother of Getewayo,
ILL 1 A M
and chief Oham. A severe engagsment
HOEING ANP GENERAL SMITH has been fought between the two
Waitohi *Road, Tbmtjka.
armies, resulting in the defeat of Oham'*
Next Volunteer Hall
adherents.
, ILLIAJ. /COLLINS AND
AUSTRALIAN.
I invite Visitors to Timaru to Inspect
my Stock and see for themselves.
Beds, Bedding, and all kinds of Furniture at the Lowest Possible Prices.
Funerals attended on reasonable termß
yi
that he has
HAVE ON HANDTHIS OLD-ESTABLISHED NEW SEASON'S CLOVER & GRASS
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
Will Bale from Fifteen to Thirty Tons in LEASED
'RURE'S INSECTICIDE
HOSTELRY,
SEEDS,
PREMATURE DECAY.
Ten Hours
When he hopes, by supplying the best
Spring
For
Sowing.
MELANCHOLIA, AND ALL
Descriptive Circulars with full particu- Accommodation and Liquors, to receive 6
NERVOUS DISORDERS
continuance of their patronage.
Persian Insect Destroying Powder,
on application to
A L SOlars,
Immediately Relieved and permanently
JOHN H LADD & CO.,
Materials of all descrip- Sold by all chemists, in paokets at Is
Fencing
the
use
of
the
IN THE REFRESHMENT ROOM
celebrated
Cured by
Queen Victoria street,
tions
and in tins at Is 6d, ss, 10s,
London, E C.
Will be found all Seasonable Viands, at
Barbed Wire, galvanised and painted
IN VIGOBATING POWDERS
and 20s each.
moderate charges.
Iron Standards, punched to any
LIVERS-CHAIN
This
Powder
is unrivalled in destroyPATENT
Breakfast
from
till
10
7
guage
and
POWBERSare carefully
Luncheon
from 12 till 3
Scientifically prepared from the
Corrugated Galvanised Iron
bugs,
fleas,
ants, flies, cockroaches
ing
SPRING MATIRESS.
Tea
trom 5 till 8
Oils and Paints
prescription of a Physician who has made
mosquitoes, moths in
beetles,
gnats,
Wool Packs, Corn Sacks,' and Twine
the treatment of the above complaints a The Best and Cheapest Spring Mattress
SPIRITS,
WINES
and
other
AND
AND
ALL
every
species of insects
furs,
ply)
(5
Life Study.
OTHER DRINKS.
Station Supplies
General
all
of
whilst
stages
metamorphosis
;
in
50a
PRICES FROM 20s to
Spirits, Bottled Ale and Stout
THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CURED
Of the Very Best Brands.
t has no
deleterious
to human
and
all
and
Cambridge
the
of
these
Powders
Water
Rollers
By
use
Illustrated Catalogue on Application
Chaff-cutters and Corn-crushers
Sufferers should give them an early Trial,
Good Accommodation for Travellers.
beings, and is quite harmless in its
Champion Seed Drill.
mal3
J. McBETH.
and be convinced of their Marvellous
application to dogs, cats, poultry, &c
EIGHT SILVER MEDALS
CURATIVE POWERS.
ask but one trial foi this powder
We
Full Instructions for Use accompanying
Sole Agents for celebrated
SHEEP DIPPING.
Wholesale Bedding Manufacturers
each parcel. Price, 7s 6d per packet.
to
confidence ; no other brand
O.K.
SCOTCH
WHISKEY.
scoure
Works—
Forwarded post free to any address, on H2„ CHAPEL STREET, SALFORD,
Undersigned is prepared to DIP
hereafter.
be
wanted
will
receipt of Post Office Money Order, paySHEEP during the months of April Agent for Wilson's Colonial S,heep Dip.
all
Sold
by
druggists and store
able to the undersigned
and May at l£d per head, and after that
date 2d.
ÜBERALADVANOES made on WOOL keepers, and wholesale by
D. KINNEAR BROWN,
) '"•'; ■
Agents
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
R. A. BARKER,
Through any Shipping or Bedstead House,
and GRAltf For Sale in Colonial
r-'
ap4
Oraui.
and'Home Markets.
Merchants, or Factors.
KEMPTHORNKPBOSSER, and CO.
?1 Market St Melbourne ;
THESE
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN.
London, June 20.
The sculling race; for the Sports"
All Phot» .graphs at Reuaced Prices,
Views taken in
COMMERCIAL TRAVELIEES
befci
DRESSMAKER AND MILLINER,
Has'. 'pened a Registry 1 ffice for Servants
"
Clrldren Photographed by the Instantaneous Process.
».;
Ihe WKes a.; J'•'. ,i..j
Pbice—Twopence
TELEGRAMS.
omTT
T
with a
H?.s lit' PENFD his STUDTc
Complete Ont'ii- of Photographic Appliances, with all lie Latett 1 nprovements.
HE GENERAL PUBLIC OnJeio left at the Royal Hotel, Temu'ia
will be punctually attended to.
1
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.
Iransmissios Abroad.
TO
FARMERS.
|IIE Undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of WHEAT, OATS, and
BARLEY, and i 3 prepared to makeLiberal
Advances on Growing Crops.
Melbourne, June 21.
The motion of Mr Francis, objecting
to the proposed remission of taxation,
which was withdrawn last night, will be
brought on in the Assembly today, when
the House goes into committee of ways
and means. Sir Bryan O'Loghlea
has decided not to treat the motion at
ono expressing a want of confidence in
the Government,' and a compromise has
thus been effected.
Malting barley is quiet, and prices
are unchanged at 5s 3d to 5s sd.
The market for New Zealand ©ata
is dull; feeding sorts remain at 4s
Id to 4s 3d ; milling oats have advanced Id, and are now quoted at 4s 3d
to 4s sd.
i
Sydney,June 21.
Newcastle coal miners have unanimously rejected the proposals of Mr
Gregson for the termination of the
strike.
In the action brought by Messrs
Geodlet and Smith against the Government, claiming £168,000 for land in
Darling Harbor for railway purposes, a
verdict has been returned for plaintiffs
for £87,716 as compensation.
Accident at Oamabu. —As Mr Derrefc
purser of the steamer Grafton, was standing
17ja
talking near the wharf, three trucks ran off
the line used by the contractors for the mole.
NOTICE.
One of the trucks struck the unfortunate
young m»n and precipitated hint oyer IB
MALL embankment on the rocks below, a distance
EOR G E
of 20 feet. His skull is badly factored, with
Bookseller asd Stationer, Timaru,
the brains protruding. He was at once takes
and
WellHaving always on hand a Large
to the Hospital, but is not expected te
Selected Stock,in
THEOLGY, SCIENCE, AND
Q-ettiwg Civilised.—"Writes a Hampden
LITERS TURE,
Is now Selling at Greatly rteuune- mi W correspondent of the North Otago Times
An uncommon application was nude some
New Books, Periodicals, and Magazines time ago to the local Registrar of Marriages
Monthly, on arrival Qf jja ji Steamers.
of
interest. A Maori sought
Mjjsic and
Musical Instruments. Pianos which is some
ana
*moniunis on the Deferred Payment to obtain a certificate to enable him tojnarrv
a woman: of his own race who had been prei
System.
Schcol Books and School Stationery viously married to another Natire,.but uc»
supplied at Lowest Prices.
der the Maroi form and custom.: The ar»
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety plication
raises a question which may be*
and Latest Novelties.
come a serious one to those concerned. I&
has been referred to headquarters,' and is now,
GREAT
TIMARU
I understand, under consideration.
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GERALDINE WESTCHESTER PLEASANT POUT,
NORTH~iOAD,
fHE TEMUKA
to the inclemency of' the
weather, the OPENING- NIGHT
Of the above has been POSTPONED until
oext Monday.
E. STRATTON-,
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OWING
SATURDAY, 24th JUNE.
TIMARU HORSE BAZAAR.
"A CLEAN & STEW. ART
will Sell by Public Auction as
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in New. Zealand, and respectfully invite
an inspection.
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T. G. ROW.LEY,
Gunsmith and Machinist,
North Road, Timaru.
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and Valuer.
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will give an Entertain-
CHURCH OF ENGLAND GIFT
AUCTION.
and ; /no..
rates.
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• Licensed Land, Estate, and
BRANCHES in Melbourne'*' Sydney,
Money Brokers.
Newcastle,, Fijij Auckland,- Wellington, Office of' the Timnru Building Society
Cluistchvirch, Dunedin, Invercargill, and . Victoria Insurance Go, (Limited), and
all the other,,principal towns in New
Mutual Life Association of
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Zealand, thus
Australasia.
of
farmers for the disposal
their produce.
Transfers,"Leases, Mortgages, EncumMAKE LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES brances, Powers of Attorney, Declarations,
on Freeholds, on Stations and Stock, on
and Titles toLand prepared' cheaply arid
Growing Clips of Wool, and on Growing promptly, .■
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Crops of Grain, also on all sorts of Wool, Money Invested,
Estates Managed.
and
while
Store..
in
Produce
Grain,
Sale Without. Reserve.
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Insurances Effected. Loans Negotiated.
of
RECEIVES CONSIGNMENTS
MACLEAN,
STEWART,
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Grain,
Tallow,,
Wool,
Leather/
Auctioneers.
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Skins, etc., for'sile in the New Zealand,
and
"London
markets.
Australian,
IHE UiNDER SI GNED; HAVE
riHHE Undersigned HAVE FOR SALE,
INDENTS of British,
'X .CHEAP—- wel!-grnwn CARROTS. Continental, East Indian,
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American
A:bont 8 Tons
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-■'i ' M ACL KAN
STEWART,
of Mercantile Business. >
. j jn24 . . Strathallan street Timaru.
TO LEND, IN SUMS OF
CORNSACKS, WOOLPACKS, AND .
£3OO, and upwards,,
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all of the VERY,BEST QUA
TWINE,
' B. Wilkinand
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Co.
LITY, on hand. A s tnc Company import
FREEHOLD PROPERTY, . .
Hon. Sec.
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THURSDAY, 29th JUNE, in
the VOLUNTxMER HALL, Temuka, in
aid of a fund towards paying'; off th«
Church Parsonage Debt.
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Welsh.
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Refreshment Stalls,
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SALE OF CATTLE. HORSES, AND
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ALFRED COX,
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The Entire Horse Manuka, by Cassivelaunus, out of an imported
Sydney mam
1 Grand Lady's Hack, perfectly quiet
.1 3-vear-old Colt
Sale at 11 o'clock.
r; wilkin
CO.,
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They are also preparer] to. make Liberal
CASH ADVANCES
To Farmers on their Growing Crops, and
can supply
IRONMONGERY AND WOOD WARES.
SEED GRAIN
Of the Best Quality at Lowest Market
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Doors. Sashes and Fanlighla
Bent-work, IronWheel
Having made special arrangements with
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Hickory
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-frill/ Sell; by Public Auction «,t
theirjllopms, at the
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risk of former pur-
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500
Bags Prime Milling Wheat:
500
-Also,
J 75;,
iB-igs Tuscan Wheat
75
Bags Rod Chaff Wheat 1 24d
240
11 Bajjs.Velvefc,Chaff Wheat (seed) 11
' 'I3a gs PriVnn Milling Wheat >
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LANDED; EX' CAMPSIE>GLEN,, V ,
JL -hnye received . instructions from
'", Messrs Gißsbn . and' Smith to'. Sell by
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'Public: Auction} onadnte-to be named,
Direct from the .celebrated factory.o£--tlri
The whole; .of .{the.; Timber, ;Spars,
Russell una Erwin Company—
, Wreckage, Firewood,,etc., from
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Locks and;. Latches, 60 different
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Centre Knobs, Hat and Coat Hooks,
t ; JFull particulars in future advertise•
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Knockers
ment.
Sash Lifts, Snsli Fasteners, Bolts, new
U n:*:."; -R. WILKIN" & CO.,
de.'-igns
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Chest ..Handles,, Padlocks, ;Letter.
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Elates,-Gate'Latches
LEVIATHAN FRUIT TREE.SALE.
Fire Irons.
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Public Auction* at* their Salerooms; TiEx SAME .VESSEL,
"f marii. .on a day to ibe named in future
Wire Ttat Traps, Toy Mouse Traps
advertisements, the fallowing splendid
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,F;imily Gliie Pots
lots <>f'OlVoicc. Fruit Ticcs, etc :--2000
• Cone Hand B-l'a, Texns'Caltle Bells,
AppVs on (lie blight proof i-tock', 2. 3. and
Bail Rin.trs
~-t, 4 year ,01,d,; 2000 Connnon, ditto "ditto
Blacksmiths' Drill?, Combined Anvils
"'", 1000 Poars ; 2000 Plums
1000 Peaches,
and Vyces
! , i flittV). Jstto i ';--l'ooo'Apricots fIOOO Ch'errie«
Wrenches, B"nch Screws
ditto ditto 500 Black Muli,,,i
■Fairbanks Scales, various sorts
berries
.500 White, rtitto ilitto ; 400
Alan>i Tills (30 per cent less than
Walnuts • 1000 Filberts 250 Xecta;im-s,
usual price ; no store orpublic
aclittn ' ditto'; 100 ILirdy OAnffftTnes, and
house should' be 'wKho'iit one;
many thousands ox. Forest Trees, etc.' ''
I perfectly safe and thieftproof).
TJbe,.above.splendid iot of Trees are
from three of the leading Nurseries in
LANDING, Ex HIMALAYA,"'
Otacfo, andt' K'ill be, ivithoiit the slightest
'■ ■'■ -dnnVit'the greatest and' most splendid lot
'From Liverpool,
of Fruit Trees :ever offered for sale - in
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8.8.11. Bar Iron, Plate and "Sheet Iron
Each lot will be gnaiani, , : Ne\v Zealand.
Gimlets, Spring Balances, Latches,'
teed., 'rue to name.- and Catalogues of
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same will be circulated on D.iy. of Sale.
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vPerennial
Rye Grass, Otago and
have Sold by Public Auction,' and to the
Canterbury grown
bes.t,Possible advantage,; Land.and Stock
. Italian Rye
of every description or to Assist Farmers
Colonial "■'; Vr., r-~.
and. otliers in purchasing the same; and
Cocksfoot. Akaroa .and North
Island
he will afford every facility to clients in
f;
grown.
this branch of; his business.
He is a
Cash Bu3 7 er of ;Wool,) Skinf, Hides, and
CLOVERS. ;f- Bulk samples of shipGeneral
and vrilj make Liberal
Cash Advances on all Consignments of ments now on the way have been, reQuality especially fine. Gerceived.
this description .lvade to him.
power', highly satisfactory.
minating
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All other Seeds usually Bown kept in
225 Acre's of Freehold Land, with
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substantial improvements, 2\ stock.
THE NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND
miles from Thnaru
AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW
100 Acres Freehold Land near PleaZEALAND (LIMITED),
sant Point, improved
Timaru.
377 Acres Freehold Land near ray2s
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Springs and Axles'
Sheet Lead. Gas■""••■■Tubes,' Anvils,
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■Cast, Blister,, Shear Stet'l, etc.
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''O'UTHAK 'AND.
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Btuslies, elr, te, etc.
Electro and B.M. ; Ware,
which*can be made
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up till hour of Sale.
Agents Kaitangata Coal Company,
Transatlantic Fire .Insurance Co. !
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of an Acre, with Long Frontages
Proprietor.
b on MainandSouth Road, Catherine
George street 'south,
street,
Timaru faces the 'Rev W. GilThe FIRST PRIZES for STOUT and
lies' residence, Russell Square
i ' ' comfortable" PJrick. Hondo arid Ale was awarded* to the Exhibits of the
above Brewery at the ■
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other improvements
OHiusTcußcn International Exhibirion
Latter
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Timaru
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of an Acre Latter street, with ; Cot-"
for Stout; beating all competition de'
tage thereon
And a Largn Number of other Town, clared by the judges to be infinitely
superior to all the other exliilits.
Suburban, and. Rural Sections.
Splendid for Bottling Purposes.
For full particulars npolv to
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MOSS JONAS,
£1
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hold and other
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Small Sums, on Free-'
Security.
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• Walter A': Wood's* Twine Binding
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T. G. Dow, Barrel Churn Manufac;.
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Of the best quality, guaranteed to compete
with anything brewed in New Zealand,
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VICTORIA BREWERY,
Sydenham,
turer,
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. Ikonmongbbs, T'imaru
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Skeatli Blades, etc, etc.
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Timaru.
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Quarter-Acre Sections, Freehold,
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' George street, of PrVduce, General Mer■chandiße, Furniture, etc. etc, entries for
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Chamrvioi.'s White Lead, Red' Lend,
:'Bojle'l 'and'llaw Linseed ;Oil,_
merits
VICTORIA
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General Commission. Agents.
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Albury, unimproved
500 Acres Freehold Land, Beautiful
Valley, unimproved
359 Acres »Freel.old Land near the
with substantial improve
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SOUTH ORARI BOARD OF CONin a position to
SERVATORS.
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INDENT
All, descriptions of
Paints, Boiled and Kavv Oil
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Cooking' Ranges and Register
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY,,. .
A_S it is the intention of the Board at
Grates •
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A RATE of
General and Builders' Ironmongery, THE N.Z. GRAIN AGEN"CY ft MER- Its next meeting to STRIKE
SIXPENCE in the. £ on the Rateable
etc., etc.
CANTILE COMPANY, LIMITED.: Property in the district. The said Rate
T. McCLATCHIE,
to be for 12 months ending on the,. 31st
AGENTS FOR'. .<■
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Agent, Strathallan street.
day of May, 1883. The same to become
WHEELER' AND WILSON'S SEWING
payable fourteen flays after service of no~ BUSINESS NOTICE.
MACHINES,.
tice. The Rate Book is now open for inAnd Edwards's Celebrated
at the Roard Board Office,
TfiAMES HEMATITE v PAINT.
li 0 S,S, JO N A S. spection during
office hours.
begs to'intimate to his numerous Temuka,
.--..■■■■:: THOS. S. LEWIS,
Purchasers cab" rely' ripon first-class friends aad, clients that,, though he has
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qualityand Lo\v*Prices.
he is still PREPARED to ARRANGE
FARMS FOR SALE.
F. B. GREENUP,
and SUPERVISE AUCTION SALES,,
Becldngham's Buildings, opposite King's and to have Sold by Auction, or to
..IARMS OF SUITABLE SIZES, and
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Stables,
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SELL. BY PRIVATE TREATY,
JO at ALL PRICES,-For Sale on
Cattle, Sheep, Horses,. Wool, Skins, LEVELS and PAREORA. ESTATES..
17i» GreatNorth Road, Tim anil
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Hides, Tallow, and every/description
Apply •
of Farming Stock and Produce,
THE NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND
and he assures them .-that they will receive
AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW '
and thorough >
ZEALAND (LIMITED),
'OLDGATE the full benefit of his.long
Local
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Experience of tin?;
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Timaru.
Markets, .find that all consignments made
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IRONMONGERS
to him will "receive his careful attention, TO:RUNHOLDERS, FARMERS', AND
OTHERS REQUIRING
Heg to advise important Additions to their and that, as hitherto.
GRASSES
alreadv lavire and varied i
ACCOUNT SALES \ND CASH
AND CLOVERS. ;,,./
STOCK OF HA UD W ARE:
Will be .Promptly Rendered.
bark and
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-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it
is the intention of the Board .it its
next meeting to STRIKE,I RATE of SIXPENCE in the £ on the Rateable Pro-perty in the district. .The said Rate
to be, for, twelve .monchs, ending oh the
31st day of May, 1883. The same to
become payable fourteen d:vys after
service of notice. The Rate Book is now
open for inspection at the Road Board
Office, Temuka, during office hours.
THOS. S. LEWIS,
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SATURDAY, 24th JUNE; 1882,
8 Draught Mares find Geldings
■iO-'ili'sht Harness Hors;-s and Hacks.
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TEMUKA ROAD BOARD.
CUP-RENT RATES OF
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R. WILKIN" •<&'"' CO
will Sell by Public Auction at their
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lowest market rates.
Jul?
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constituents can rely on being supplied
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J. J. HEAP,
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Mr J. H. Edmonds.
IHE TIMaRU RELIEF FUND,
lency the Governor.
with the
Railway, and are prepared lo STORE all
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in the Volunteer Hall, on
Valuators by warrant of appointment under the hand of His Excel-
connected
descriptions of PRODUCE, etc.,
Insurance .Agent,
Sworn
COMMODIOUS
LARGE, and
The above Club
ment in aid of
W. M. SIMS,
Practical Accountant,
and Arbitrator.
Capital, £3.000,000. Reserve Fund, £170,000.
Musical Conductor
OFFIOE.
Hayes.
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Writer, Notary
Public,
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STEWART
CANTILE AGENCY COMPANY.
(LIMITED)..favored with instructions from Mr
.-M. Wightman, Temuka.wiU Sell by Public'
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President: Alered Cox, Esq.
Vice-Presidents : D. M. Mackay, Esq.,
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LAND TRANSFER
LUB.
'GLEE G
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ON
THURSDAY, 20th JUNE.
Auctionas above, the whole of his Stock
and Implements, oonsist'njj of—'i
45 Draught Mares and Geldings, and
Hacks
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30 Head Store Cattle
15 Dairy Cows in full milk, and
springing to calve
,100 Cross-bred Ewes, in lamb
400 Merino Ewes
do
: 100 Half-bredLambs
3 Drays,! Waggon-*3 D.F. Ploughs,
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I.S/vipg Plough, 3 Sets Harrows,
a large quantity ot Harness,
"Horse Covers, etc.. 1 Camp'
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3 miles troni Tcmuka,
MACLEAN
PRELIMINARY NOTICE.
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AND CORNSACKS SUPPLIED at 9s per Doz.
MURRAY BRO 3.
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CATTLE,
IMPLEMENTS.
SHEEP,
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NEW STOCK OF GUNS, &c.
or at Railway
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and opening up an entirely
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MACLEAN & STEWART,
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WHEAT AND OATS.
Also—-
-1 Handsome Grey Gelding Speculation,' up to 13 stone, broken to
double and single harness, and a
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Frozen". Meat.—Messrs Murray, Eoberfc's
up a part of the year through the and. Co, of Dunedin, have received cable
drought, milk is sold at 3d'per gallon. advice of the sale of 349 carcasses of mutton,
forwarded by them par ship Dunedin. After
If it pays in a district where nattle die paying
freight at 2£d per lb and all charges,
of want of grass and. water, why should the net return to 2d 4.5 th per lb. Beckoning
it not pay in this districts which has no skins, offal etc., and paying all expenses, the
such drawbacks ? A gentlemen who firm receive 22s 5d per head for sheep which,
hasgrcat experience in. these matters 8 c the time of shipment, were selling at
says that there is no other way in which Burneide yards at 13s p9> head.
Electric 'Light.—After floating s coma-farmer would get so much profit out
pany for making arailway through the most
of his land as by selling: the \ milk of mountainous parts of New Zealand, the
his cows at from
to 3d per gallon. people of Wellington. »>holdi ft meeting on
Now, these are actual experiences of Monday next, to take into consideration the
practical men who have tried and proved expediency of establishing a company, with
of
these facts to be true, and are they ' not a capital: of £200,000, for: the
and private lighting by
supplying'
public
reward
to
given
above
be
f 11HE
will
more reliable! than themere
of electricity. It is proposed that a general
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X anyone giving such information as
will lead to the recovery of a Strawberry any man ? But as regards the' price of directory shall be'established in Wellington,
Fat HEIFER, without a brand,, supposed milk that has to he settled yet. It is and .that local directories he formed in Auckto have strayed towards Milford. She
possible that the factory may. land, Canterbury and Dunedin. This ii
was lately purchased from Mr John quite'
be
able
to give 5d or 6d pence per. enterprise.
Brown, at the Bench.
The Steamship WBSTPOBT.-~The above
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BOYD THOMSON,
gallon for it. Mr Sando' said there
vessel was .lost on her voyage from Lyttelton
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Temuka.
would be 4d profit on every pound of to Wellington. Something went wrong with
cheese
after all expenses were paid. If her centrifugal pump ,and-Captain Gibbs
GOOD NEWS FOR THE PUBLIC.
this is a fact the company could give deemed it advisable to 4 talke shelter under.
much more than 3d per gallon for milk. Cape Campbell. In turning round she made
of June, the Loaf of Bread will be
The
quantity of milk required to carry a heavy lurch which pitched ker on her
FIVE PENCE, CASH,
beam ends, and she lay perfectly unmanage-A
At the Shop.
on the factory has been set down at 400
able. Two men wera lashed to the stoke hole
gallons per day, and it has been and a little steam was got up which enabled
BEEF AND MUTTON
also asserted that every,
gallo ll a little head way being made till she was
WILD BE
LOWERED AT THE SAaIE !TIME,= of milk will produce more than anchored off Elaxbourne, -whera she was
abandoned. The crew went ashore in the
"■■■' one pound of cheese. That, would boats, and when
CASH ONLY/
they left her she wae setgive 400 lbs of cheese per. day,
To Meet the Times.
tling down fast.
BOYD THOMSON, ;
and we think that a profit "of twop ence
The Cost .of Legislation.—The late
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Temuka. ' instead offourpehce per pbuncLwbuld give
election at Timarii cost the Government £2O
the shareholders, splendid 'interest"on ■3s 2d, that of G-eraldine £72 7s 2d, that of
their capital. Anyone 'that 'will 'go' 'to- Gladstone £SB 4&2A, and. that of Waimate
£3113s 6d. Each of, these .members §ost
,the trouble of making :the cajculatic-n
the colony, besides, about "£3OO a year in,
will find that 400 lbs per day (including,
SATURDAY, JUNE 24,
uprhonorariums/ bellamy, etc.-,Sunday's) af a profit., of twopence per at'the end; of their three years, the. nice sum '
The promoters of the butter, cheeße and
pound will' yield.,a weekly ; ; income 'of of £3,782 Bs. The, question is ; iiow, is. the:'
bacon-curing, factor/ have, .after many
£23 ss,ahd pay'* shareholders! at the partial use of the brain power Qf.the3e fourt
furtive efforts of a very discouraging,:
for this money...;
, rate of about 35 per cent on a ckpital'of gentlemen geod value
character, at last arrived at definite and'
There is 'one thing about them, they do noij
£23UO. We are sure the shareholders
business-like conclusions. They have
,appep\to Ije so expensive as other member*'
would be fully 1 satisfied with half* this
after*all,-because they 'say very*' little, and
resolved to form a company with a
interest. f It has not been started by consequently do not increase tli3 expenses of
capital of £5,000; drawn up a prospec■.
capitalists in order to find investment Hansard.
tus which we venture to think will comGabibaidi.—A well attended meeting of
for
their
the
of
surplus
object
; its
cash,
mend itself 'to the-attention of; anyone
promoters being to.make a market for Italians was held in .Wellington last Thursday
who rrads it, and appointed an enerthe Italian Consul in thjp .
the surplus milk of the farmers. It is (Mr A. C. Wilson,
getic man as broker who will canvass
chair), for the purpose of taking steps to
therefore obvious that the factory com- provide some memorial of- Garibaldi in thu/
the district for shares. With regard
. pany will give the highest price they
city. It -was unamiously resolved —"ThalJ'
tc the capital required it was fully discan for milk, and from the information subscriptions be raised to purchase a bust ofv
cussed at the meeting held in the Sj;ar
already at our command we feel certain the late General Garibaldik;o'be placed in tW.
Hotel last Thursday, and though some
and,to.this end the
they can give more than 3d per - gallon Museum in his memory,
were of opinion at first -that £5,000
co-operation of all Italians and j!other symfor it, No one, therefore, should , hold
would not be required, the meeting
pathisers <in New Zealand; is requested." An
that :3d per influential com nittee was appointed to collect;
ultimately agreed that it would be' aloot because of the fear
gallon will not pay. As for the argu- funds, and it was resolved that'an order be
better to fix it,at that sum, so that, in
ments
that labor is not obtainable, and sent to the Mayor of Home-with a request
the event of the company at any future
that
sufficient
milk cannot be got, we that he purchase and forward a bust,
time finding it necessary to extend its
Bolts, —A horse attached to -a carfc, the
do
not.tnink.thpy ought to be considered
business.and establish branch's in oilier
property of Mr J. Harrop, bolted from the
at all. We are credibly informed that
front of Mr Storey's shop last Wednesday
parts of the district, it L would save
as much milk thrown to pigs in afternoon.
It was stopped in front of
the trouble and expense of going through there is
this
district
as would supply the factory, Messrs Nichols' shop without any seriotis
the tedious process prescribed by the
surely if persons are found to consequences. On Thursday afternoon a\
Joint Stock Companies Act.; But and
a dray ," bolted from
milk it for that purpose they-would horse attached to
though the capital'is nominally £5,000
before Mr Kadford's residence. After some
be found to milk it for selling.
wonderful manoeuvring and -miraculous
in reality it is only £2,500, and though
Besides
there are a great many escapes from overturning' the vehicle, the
the shares are £s,atrictlv spe*kihg they
have horse was stopped opposite Mr Spooner's reare 1 only £2 10s.. Reference | to the farmers in the district! who,
and would not have sidence. The onlv damage done was to the
own,
families
cf
their
prospectus will show this,.as it disThat it is, an harness.and to an adjacent fence, the latter
tinctly states that it is not proposeJ to to employ labor at all.
severely. -This accident V
not benefit the dis- suffering pretty
call up more than half the capital, or £2 industry that will
should be a warning to those in charge of
not employ much
10s per share* tt is supposed that this trict because it will'
horses not to take the blinkers off them
: any.
labor
is
as"
feeble
an
as
argument
while in the dray—not 'even to feed them.
but
the
present
will be ample to carry
.Chabge, of Impersonation' AGAINST m
the
that
increase
will*
Surely
anything
of
the
arid
that
the'
proposal's
company,
Thkophiltjs Daniel,* M.H.R. —The grand
income
of
the
farmers
benefit
the
will
J
balance will not be required except jto
it
does
not
benefit'
Uhe
3 ury at the sitting of; the; Supreme Court at
district.
If
extend the business when it has proved
Irivercargill, found a true bill against
itself a'success. ,: That it will /result in town directly, it will indirectly,; because Ttieophilus-fianiel, iLH.R, for Wallace, for
if the farmers find, themselves in receipt, impersonation at the last,ejection. It appears
being successful, and prove a great
of an 'increased income they will spend it that a claim for enrolment" on the electoral
boon : t3 farme's, has'been ' shown by
on luxuries in which 'they roll purporting, to .be signeiby.a„.voter, and
in t,he t
J-those ; who have paid most attention to' wouldlnot;
.
if . their. meaW •had attested by MrJDaniel,''lwho Ms: a\ Justice of
indulge
(the subject, and who understand it best;
limited., When furriers aie the Peace, is a forgery, having been signed
"while those who have disapproved ;of,jit been, more
without authority, by a man named Booth.
townspeople • always Although' it
have completely failed to give any sound flush with money
..Booth who signed .tile
business -more briek. One, clause claim, Daniel is made the principal offender ■
pr-comprehensive reason for theirlopposi- find
out that as the because, it came) out *in ; JeYidence that ho j
tidn io it. Their arguments are these—- of the prospectus points
cash
.for. milk, farmers aided and abetted .Booth,,in sendjng in fbe
will
pay
factory
that 3d per gallon for milk will ndt;pay;
will be able to buy for cash' from the claim thus falsely signed. Mr Daniel is tb.9
ithat even if a farra3r:lias cows he canthe
This will be a great ad- conscientious member wh6,as"» Justice of
hot get persons to milk them that the storekeepers.
Peace, could not vote'for the Peace Pre- - .
vantage to them, as they have now to
..district is not sufficiently, advanced in pay dearly under the credit system. serration Bill. VTins' wpdldroalce it appear,
however, that big:, conscience is very elastic
settlement for such an undertaking; that
in connection with the when a' vote is to be secured. It would bp a,
enough.milk to. keep the. factory going Another'matter
for somescientifia'or
is that it<is vfery
cannot be obtained and that it is not floating-of the company
philosophical; society' ! to find 'out the exncfc
where
the
factory
the
proposed to place
an industry which will benefit the dis-:
of the consciences, of some of oh* |
live. elasticity
as
Justices of the Peace.
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it
not
will
trict'very
employ greatest number of shareholders
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bughtto bo an inducement to perSouth ■ Orari' School
much labor. Now these are the .prin T ■ This
to take up shares so that they-may This Committee held their' 'June meeting on
cipal argnments used by those wlio have sons
factory established in their own'' the l'Tth inst. Present —Messrs X. A. Barker
the
got
to
the
take ::any interest in
declined
locality. ' And now we hope that all (Chairman), McLeod, May arid Bates.
starting of the factory, white those who*
to the matter The minutes of the previous meeting wore
have persistently stuck to it through the difficulty-with regard
was
read and .confirmed;-:
is past and that shares will bo taken
'expressed atthere being' iiO communication
thick ai»d thin, show that such factories,
we have very little
liave worked very successfully in up rapidly. In fact
from the Board re tha appointment of a head .
doubt that they will, and that the commaster, and also at j no notices ;hajing been
other places, and proved by figures,
will be an accomplished fact be- taken: of ; the application for maps. The
that the failure of such an enterprise pany
Chairman was instructed to :maks jj enquiiies.
months elapse.
many
fore
is
within
hardly;
if properly managed
A letter, was read from Mrs Turpih, asking
the bounds of possibility., In this paper
leave ■ of absence for her, childr through
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
several articles quoted .from; other
illness. Granted. The Chairman produced,'
Cixr! ot 'PERTH;—The City of Perth has for the information of the Committee, a copy
journals have appeared," showing that,
lately
butter.and cheese, factories have bsen 'arrived safely in Port Cbalmars in tow of the of the Scholarshigs. 'Eegiilations
tug Lyttclton.- '. :Her safety asindw beyond a adopted by the .Board; and the; proposed
carried on very profitably for years'in
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America, in England, in Sweden; and in
The • Ar/STRAtiAK : 'Cricketbrs;—The •which were approved of. No report was
the Australian colonies. We have n t cricket,, match,,;at Sheffield between ; the received from the locum'tenems, owing to his
yet heard of one place where they have Australians janda»'<3leven of Yorkshire woe not having been notified of the "date of the
attendfailed, and we now ask is not such evi- LconcLudeaWSn the 21st., ;The visitors won the meeting. Mr Turpin not being in
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six-wickets.
ance, there was no visitor's report.! Mr May ■,■=
by
match
dence of their successful existence in '■"'
WiiAT's in a Jam'b.-A man who'called, was appointed visitor for the ensuing monlFi.
other countries fat more reliable than
himself, Paddy Walsh, was dealt with for The Chairman was requested' to write to Mr
the random opinions of farmers, however having been drunk and disorderly by Mr Ricardo, informing him that ha.had only
practical they may be, who very probably Mendelson last Thursday, in the R.M. Court attended one of the six meetings held by tha J
have given the subject very little con- He said his name was not Paddy Wa'sh, that Committee to procure somc,arfcicles for the \
The '.fact that they-have'* iliet'had another around winch he-could, never use of the school and ■ to arrangfej with the j
get his tongue sinco he came to the colony, school cleaner to lay a* fire in the! school room
proved successful elsewhere ought to and
consequently had adopted the above on School Committee nights. *A After passing
remove all doubts as to their suitability ..cognomen, as he-found it suited him just as accounts amounting; to! £2l7sj the Committf:",
for this district. In a district in' New] wellpand -was i
to say than his own.
adjourned to'tiie tliif d Saturday io July*
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.20 DraugHt Mares and Geldings
10 Light Harness Horses
6 Hacks
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WINCHESTER FLOUR MILLS.
Above,
JUNE 24,
'ANTED —A GENERAL SERJ
EDUCATIONAL. '
VANT.AbIe to Milk.
TRS K. WOETHINQTON
Apply to
(Opposite Moss Jonas's), Gt. North Koad,
L (formerly Mistress of the Public
MRS JOHN TALBOT.
School at Pleasant Point), has decided
Timarn,
VENETIAN, WIRE, GAUZE.& DWARF
Jul 5
Waitohi.
upon OPENING a Private BOARDING
SHUTTER MAKER.
and DAY SCHOOL for Young Ladies, at
BLIND
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T.
Temuka. Tha Cottage formerly occupied
First and Cheapest Shop in Timaru.
Mr Rutland lias been secured for the
CONCERT
AND LECTURE by
Blinds of all shades and colors.
purpose (temporarily), where every posaid of the Organ Fund.
l.
In
and
new,
Old Blinds re taped equal to
sible attention will be paid to the health
fitted with Piiient Oheck Actions on the
and mental training of her pupils.
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~HALL,
VOLUNTEER
shortest notice.
For particulars as to terms, etc., apply
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as above.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1882.
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promptly attended to.
Reference kindly permitted by the'
Subject-' 30W TO GET ON IN THE Rev. D. Gordon and the Rev. Chaffers:
"BEG to inform my friends arid the
Welsh.
WORLD.'
public generally that I am
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By the Rev D. Gordon*
Temuka, June 20th, 1882.
REMOVING MY BUSINESS
TEN SHILLINGS REWARD.
Admission Back Seats, Is. ComFour Doors further up the North Road,
ROBERT XTTALKER
QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY:,
Maclean and btewart.
SATURDAY,
LEADER,
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XfyE; TaIMUKA.
BUTTER CHEESE,
AND BACON,
CURING FACTORY.
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"'A meeting of the promoters of the "pro t
.'Butter and Bacdn-curing
Factory was held .last Thursday evening
in the Star Hotel, Dr Hayes occupiedthe chair. .The minutes of the previous
[
meeting were read and confirmed.
Mr Guild asked whether a site had
been selected. His reason for asking the
question was because if it was there would
be a better chance of getting a large number of shares in its vicinity.
The Chairman explained that the site
'
posed' Cheese,
had not yet been selected, and after some
.discussion it was generally agreed that no
site should be selected until the shares
had been taken up, when it would be
advisable to place the factory in a central
position in' the. district - in ■ which«the
largest number of shareholders lived,
• ;The prospectus was then., read by the
Chairman, and discussed seriatim. With
.regard, to the capital required, some held
ihni it was more than would be necessary,
but jt was explained that strictly speak
capital "would not be more than
v;
and ' that* : ''it waV made
nominally £SOOO, so'that at any future
time the business of the company could
be extended,' and branches established,
without having .to'go through the very
tedious.and expensive process required
£2500,
{
by the Joint Stock Companies Act. It
was also slio vn that though nominally
cover.
Replying to Mr Macandrew, Mr, Dick shares were' £5 .no' one would have to
spid the Government were aware, that Mr pay more than £2' 10s for them. The
X. Forsyth, of the Public, Works Depart- remainder of the prospectus Was discussed,
ment, Otngo, had invented a method for and passed unanimously.
Th'e following is the prospectus, as rpad'
destroying rabbits for which great merits
would
be —"Prospectus of the Temuka Cheese,
were claimed. Mi Forsyth
transferred to the rabbit department for Butter, and Bacon-curing Factory Comtwo months, and afforded every facility pany (Limited)". Capital £SOOO, in 1000
for thoroughly testing the value of his shares of £5 each, payable as follows
5s per share on application, 5s on allotinvention
ment, sind the balanco in calls of not more
That
any
promoved—"
Mr Barron
posal for the increase of the public debt than 10s per share at any one time. No
:
an • interval of
should be submitted to the "electors, and calls to be made under
one being
previous
months
fronrthe
three
receive the approval of three-fifths of
made. It is .proposed lb' callmp not more
them before any action should
.than half 1< t\m. /capital—that is £2 10s
in the matter."
first instance
in the
After a long discussion, Major Atkinson per share
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said that such a course would simply
the abrogation of [representative
iLveao
the balance to be reserved for the extension of operations when required.
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PLACE IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS.
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where you can obtain
REALLY GOOD TEA, )" "THE DEERING TWINE BINDER,
WITH
• is at the
IMPROVEMENTS,
ATEST;
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NORTH
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St.,
CASH
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.For 1882:and 1883.
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Two doors west of Congregational \
Herald from London of April 22 says
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CKurch," "
ENRY AND FINDLAY are "now
Tyndal made public tO-? ,and directly .opposite, Butler street. \
TAKING ORDERS for this favoW
made
day the results of experiments
ite Twine. Binder, at the Low Price of£55
by Dr Koch, of ißerlin; on tubercular
B
Only those Machines ordered before the
SAY3 MUST BE
disease. It was known before that the "WHAT EVERYBODY
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end of this months will be Booked at the
TRUE,"
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disease was communicable, but Koch and the above is the unanimous verdict of above Low Price. • .
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FINDLAY, ,
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the
trial.
HENRY
every person who has given us a
the' texaStriature
has
Temuka.
mall
parasite which causes consumption.
OBERT
A R ROC H
He has propagated it artificially, arid
beg
good
suggest
would
to
to
the
animals
with
thus
We
prpkilled
parasites
peoplo of Temuka who may be in Tiraarii -Begs to announce that he has commenced
duced. v ,The matter expectorated from from time to time to call at the above business as
the lungs of consumptive persons has address and Get a Sample also to get a "baker and confectioner.
sett every, commodity
been found to be swarming with para- list of, the
Soirees and Parties catered for at
at, and we venture to say they will be
sites thus pvoduced, which are highly rewarded.for,their trouble. In.rfact,t2oa reasonable, rates.;
Wedding Cakes made, to order at the
infective. Tyndall's object is to pro- will go as.far with ub as 30s,at,the prices
shortest possible notice.
they are .commonly charged. .
test/ i afreslic> against, legislation which
Bread delivered in all parts of the
prohibits in England experiments
District.
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such as enabled Koch to make thejse
Our Motto is,
ROBERT DARROCH,
discoveries, but it is hoped thlat
LIVE, AND LET LIVE.'
Main
South Road. Temuka.,. -rail
Koch will develop' a harmless form
tubercular?
parasite
by
which,
theft
Oj.
NEW TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT..
inoccupation, may prevent consumpA LARGE"'CONSIGNMENT OF
tion, ' 'arid ■ 'thus ":■ check a :
KEROSENE to hand, which we are SellHAVE .much pleasure in intimating to
which, according to KSch'a 'caFculatiop, ing Remarkably Cheap.
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, ray Friends and the Public, generallycarries off one-seventh of the.'hump
tha7I fhave COMMENCED BUSINESS
race.'!- ~.,,.,: ...;.■..•.
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on my own accouut, and hope by Good"
Workmanship and perfect fit to merit a
Note the Address
HEIRESS HUNTERS IN
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by the purchase of pigs from breeders in
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be obtained from the Secretary, or any
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of the Directors.";; ,
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prospectus
the
The question of
printed was next discussed.
Mr Twomey moved-rt" That, the Secretary be instructed to write to the various
newspaper managers inviting tenders for
printing 2000 prospectuses."
The motion was seconded by Mr Pater.
son, and agreed to.
v, v
Mr John Hay nur st Dr Hayes and the
Secretary were appointed a Sub-Committee
to receive the tenders and authorise-the.
printing of the prospectus.
The meeting terminated, with the.usual
vote of thanks'to tHo Chairman.'
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residents of Ternafca ■ arid; disjmtttßo tfigfe ho
has Commenced Business' as above,'and
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entrusted to- him to r merit' a shore 7 of
publicpatronage.
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We have received fron the; publishers,
the,- Prey
Messrs A. Vogeler
prietors of the famous St Jacobs Oil," A
copy' ofthe * BostbiT Daily Globe/ Sated
Thursday morning, January 1, 1981, that
is, nearly 100 years hence. Of course the
paperis* monster advertisement of the
firm, but still it must be admitted that
no undue prominence is ' given to the
commodity they want to bring into, public
notice. The paper, albeit being somewhat
difficult to read owing to the Bmallness of
the -type, is very entertaining. From it:
America would appear to be the whole
world, though there are dim references.
made with regard to the existence of other
nations.
It .has annexed Cuba and
Canada, the North Pole or the Refriger
ator Commonwealth, and the moon is a
suburb of it, with which communication
is effected by sorial cars, its population
is 800,000,000, and the'following year,
when",Brazil and Chili will be annexed its
population will be 1,000,000,000, The
country at the North Pole was discovered
100 years' previously by a ship fitted' out
by the New York Herald, and had 400,000
inhabitants until the heat of the previous
year melted the snow on the mountains,.„
and 200,000 perished beneath avalanches.
The New York Herald had been suppressed some 60 years previously, owing
to having supported imperialism, There is
a great immigration from Africa of men
covered^' s Avitlr Mair, and having, swallow*
tails, for whom Chinese entertain fearful
hatred. The tower of London has been
made a present of by the British Empire,
to America, and 500,000 dollars are
placed, on the estimates for, reraoving.it to
Washington. There'"is a great discussion
nn the Senate.as ;■ to'which ■< oftwo -routes
to the moon is the best, but the Globe is in
favor of the Aerial Navigation Company's
route. Two flying machines "flap" daily
between New York and San Francisco,
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amusing . description.:jhas, : teen
published of the troubles:, of Mrs
Mackay, wife ,:of. the, well-known"
Bonanza King,". who has., been so-;
journing in Paris. She expresses
utter contempt for fortur|e-hunti4g
bachelors,, a race that are not tolerated
in Anierica. l: The' recital of her ! tribulations is amusing'in its 'frankness ; As
the motherfof a supposed:heiress; she *is
;Tfie
not allowed a moment's
chase,after, her daughter is intensely
keen. ' Every day since she left schobl,
Mr Mackay receives piles of letters frofn
matrimonial .negotiators unknown ,to
"ititerviews, the.
her/: " f wh o!
object of which is<to assure her child's
happiness. Innumerable'calls are made
by men of business, who would be gljad,
secretaries pi
to be match-makers
titled personages, dowagers of quality,
distinguished foreigners from all parjts
qf the -globje, who have proposals iof
marriage to enunciate. Threateriii|g
letters also, pour-.in,;! Ths concierge,
governess, and abigails are beset with
sharks wanting -mfornfatibn abojut
Mademoiselle's habits, taste, favorite
theatres, and hours for walking in the
Bois.
To escapo from persecution,
Mrs Mackay thinks of giving notice on
a bill posted on her gate that, according
to American habits, Mademoiselle \vill
not have any dowry, and %will not have
any fortune wjiih? her; mother and stepI
father live. l ■ - ;
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South Canterbury Building i andlnyestnient Company (Limited),'
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Jlolloway's Ointment and Pills.
Wounds, Sores, and Ulcers. —Daily experience
confirms the fact which, has triumphed over
opposition for thirty years —viz, that no
means are known equal to Holloway's
remedies"-;, for/ourin'g
Jabscesses,
dase|Ves s«»ofl the skin,
hur'ns, scalds, and in truth, all cases where
ths skin is broken. To cure these infirmities
quickly ypf* of primary importance, as the
compulsory confinement indoors weakens
the general health. The ready means 'of
cure are found in Holloway's Ointment and
Pills, which heal sores and expel their cause.
In. the very worst cases the Ointment lias
succeeded in effecting a perfect cure, after
every other means has failed of giving any
relief, Desperate cases best display its
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and collisions between aerial ships in
mid-air are pretty frequent. Pieces of the
wrecks' fffiling: to/i the streels smesh per-"
sons" •pretty*' corisTderablyii but J medical
science has reached to such a degree of
perfection that , with'the aid .of ; St Jacob's,
Oil, they are cured in a few hours. One
boy had his head completely hashed
up,' the brain beiDg protruding through
the skull, but he was made as well as
ever the same evening. Twenty-eight millions of votes is the modest majority one
candidate for the presidency has over his virtues.
FOR
opponent. The telegraphic columns
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or sewn, made to order. Repairs > neatly
and quickly executed. .■;
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Prices Below Anything;in <Town.< '
TRESPASSING ,011 my-Property
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Have open for inspection their new stock
»Kid Bobt* of will be Prosecuted according to law.
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cannot
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Kjnersley, April 3, 1882.
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thisjrl
£s'lo3to £lO 10s. : American Waltham- adjoining Smithfield, after,
Levor Watches, of. World-wide celebrity, be PROSECUTED.' ! *
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English Hall-marked cnses, £3 10s to £5
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Societies Bill, and some local Bills passed'
the thi rd reading.
Replying to Mr o'Callaghnn,;MrRolleston said the Government looked uponi
: the appointment of a Minister of Agricul-i
ture «s a matter of importance, and \ it
was a subject at present under consideration. Before the session ended he lipped
they might be able to make. a more de-.
finite statement. The propriety of offering
the same facilities respecting retarn tickets
',on Wednesdays as,given on Saturdays
• will also be considered.
Replying to Mr Holmes; Mr Rolleston
said steps would be taken to recover
£IB,OOO claimable as legacy duty from
the Rhodes estate, which the Privy,
Council decided they were entitled to reThe
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Messrs Rolleston," Green and Colonel
Trimble-supported the Bill and eventually
the motion was carried by 47 to 22.
On the motion for going into Committee on the Affirmation in Lieu of Oaths
Bill the Hon Mr Dick said that a similar
Bill had been passed in the Upper
and as the two measures would clash he
would suggest delaying the present one
until the other had been'received, and
then to hand it over to Sir George Grey.
Objection was taken to this course, as the
one before the House had been introduced
by Sir George Grey before a similar measure had been introduced into the. Legislative Council, and, therefore, it was' held
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as unfair to the latter.
The Bill was amended in Committee,
and progress reported.
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appears that the principal objects of thef
Bill are to punish larrikins, wife-beaters,
and other serious kinds of assaults by
whipping them Messrs Hutchison, Hursthouse, Moss,TurnbuU, Levestam, Holmes,
Fish and Sir George Grey ridiculed the
•'Bill, -' as are tiinr of HarbOrOus riiethods
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Mr Weston moved the second reading
of the Offences Against Persons Bill. It
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The West Coast Peace Preservation
Bill passed the third reading, Captain"
Fraser entering a protest against it.
Mr Chamberlain moved that the Government should compel all coasting vessels to carry oil," so as to throw it on the
water in case of broken seas, but it was
withdrawn afterjsome discussion, as it was
etated that shipowners would try its efficiency without compulsion.
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agreed to after several
,i The
members.had spoken:
The Eight Hours Labor Bill passed in
motion wa3
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By the Bill power" is asked to levy a
small tax so that everyone interested
may be made to contribute towards tKe
fund for protection from the nuisance pf
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will barely defray working expenses.
success of recent experiments with
che refrigerating Ipparaftis. -: combined
with the immediate prospect of direct
steam communication with the, 7 Old
Country, leaves no doubt as to the readability of sending, in good preservation,'
dairy arid other produce to an unlimited
market. (4). The English and Coloriia*
insurance companies offer to cover shipments against all risks, including detention on board ship from any cause, for
5 per cent ; premium.' Bacori Curing.—About this branch little need be said, as
it: m generally admitted that large profits it is immediately photographed to plates,
are realised by bacon-curing, especially from which the impression is taken.
when conducted "in connection,with an
OF CONSUMPestablishment where the waste products THE CAUSE
TION.
in the present
are utilised for pig
instance. : This branch of fchfe industry
The
an adjournment.—
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sent farmers and storekeepers have a
great difficulty in doing. (3). It would
b« the means of opening up a slsady, paying market for the produce, which at present, during some portions of the year4
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manufactured article, at an increased
value, would be the result. (2). Farmers,
by selling their milk to the Company, will
receive payment in cash, (monthly) and
consequently will be enabled to purchase
their goods at the stores on a .cash basis,
tne'idvaWtages'.of which are ob.vioi.is,
compared with the credit and exchange
system at present iu vogue in the colony,
and will likewise find an outlet for the
butter and cheese made", which at pre-
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Bissett, Stewart, F. H. Barker and Gladstone.
Correspondence was read from Government,
including some re the transfer of Austin's
road to the Temuka Eoad Board, and the
-purchase of land for part of-same from Mr
his
f, E. Rhodes. I The rate collector produced
rate account for the past year and the
valuator's roll, and the rate book for the
present year, which were approved by the
.Board. The Chairman read a statement of
accounts, and informed the Board that
works were in a satisfactory state, and that
no new works would be required. All that
was needed now was a small sum for
maintenance, which would be nearly covered
by rent of the land owned by the Board.
As to: the;gradual extinction of the loan
(£1100) the time for payment of which had
jtisfcj expired, there was a deposit of £350 in
the bank to meet it. It was resolved to
authorise the Chairman to renew the mortgage for a period of not less than 3 years,
reducing the principal by the amount deposited in the sinking fnnd. It was also
.resolved to strike a rate of sixpence in .the £
on all the rateable property m the district'
that the usual notice of the same be given,
and that the Temuka Eoad Board be requested to collect the same as. usual. Mr
interviewed the Board,and asked
that some part of his rent for endowment
.land be remitted, as about 5 acres of it
turned out to be- only shingle, When he
agreed to rent the land he thought it was all
good. It was resolved that the request.' be not granted, and that the terms of agreement
bo strictly adhered to. The meeting then
adjourned.
. Messrs Macl«an
and Stewart will hold !
their usual sale of horses, drays, and harness,
at their Timaru Horse Bazaar to-day. They
have far sale privately, 8 tons carrots.
Messrs R. Wilkin and Co. will hold a sale
Of horses, harness, etc., at their yards today.
They will also sell a quantity of first-class
whfat, and a quantity of onions.
ALL • AND
EASON GRAKD DIS?LAYiOF NEW AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS, SPECIALLY
made by law a crime punishable with
IMPORTED .JFROM THE HOME AND LEADING COLONIAL,HOUSES;
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AT THE
death. Evolution is hotter understood, and
the entertainments in tho theatre consists Have a large amount of MONEY in their
of exhibitions of how man is developed own hands for immediate Investment, in
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from the lower animals. In one scene suras to suit borrowers! N
F. COGHLAN & CO. Beg to acquaint'their numerous Customers 'and the
General Public that their STOCK is NOW OPEN FOR INSPEOTlON,.,comthe plaintive singing of a female baboon
prising all the Latest Dress Materials in all Shades, with Satins, PlusKes, efd, to match.
on the evening previously ;toi developing
MILLINERY.
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into a woman areillustrated.and the Globe
Mortgages, andj all The .Millinery Department is now fully replenished with a Grand Stock ofTrimmea
Transfers,
9tc,
ete,"
and Untriimned Bonnets and Hats, Feathers, Flowers, Ornaments,
gives a pathetic description of her great work under the Land Trnnsfer Act done
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in endless variety.
sorrow in haying to, change her condition. n the Office without delay.
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Sixty years previously there had been an
In Men's, Yontha', and Roys', T. F. C. & Co.'s Stock in this Department, hastes*
effort made to place a king; on the Ameri- THE TEM UKA. CABINET-MAKING
replenished from the noted firm of Levin, Goldberg Brothers/ of MelbdtfrnV
ESTABLISHMENT.
can throne, but of course the Republicans
and equal to bespoke.
The Pricps will be found Cheaper than any "ther...
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House, in Tim am.
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after a bloody war quelled the rebellion,
excelled.
Etc
and
cannot
be
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Variety
Cheapness
FURNISHING,
OSE
Etc.
for
P
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HOUSE
and banished the rebels. A Bill to allow
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S BOOTS in all Styles, and at Prices to suit the times.
these exiles to return meets with much,
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opposition in Congress, but as there is
only one man of them alive the matter
I can Make and Sell all kinds of FURHALL OF COMMERCE,
is compromised, and it is resolved to NITURE
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allow him to retur.i on condition that
20 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN I
they commit to memory Frank Sand}
TIMARU,
bore's papers on the management of. and Cheaper than Oliristchurch or Durilunatics. A delicious, kind of cannon for edin, because I have very little rent to
pay, nnd no rates.
warfare has beerfjdyepvered.; Fop
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time previously the cold" blast camion, as
I have ' just received NEW STOCK,
it iscal'ed, used to freeze people to death\
which I am ready to dispose of.
instead of shattering thorn to pieces, but
Bedsteads and Mattresses of all kinds,*
the new discovery only numbs them, and
Repairs neatly and promptly executed, -TTTHY do you lose a day to spend your^moneyin.TimaruwheHjGrpcßrigsjDrapejry,
thus,'though' it answers as well, life is
Barb Wire,
,
VVire, Fencing Wir,o»JMojipthClothing, Crockeryware,
Wir.OjJgojighspared. Telegrams from Ireland
Entrance to Workshop->-Through Mar-' shares, Corrugated Iron, and nil kind? of Building Materials can be Bought at SIEGERT
that" there" is a great discussion in the_ shall's yard, or the. back new road-'
i AND FACJVEii'S STORES at least
PBR-CEN.T UNDER :TIM;A.RU
Irish Republican House of Delegates on- w-!•'.
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industry, which must improve the town J Our TEAS
.the .petition praying for giving relief to lOju; Cabinetmaker, Undertaker,
Quality b'y any in South Canterbury. Oiur Best WHITE SUGARS', and all other
3,000,000 starving English farmers. It
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IMPORTANT NOTICE.
from
kinds, are one FAM-hinG per lb lower than in Timaru, BOOTS
appears that Ireland is a very rich counthe Best Makers, Ten Per Cenfc Under Timaru Prices* , All oftieF lines
low.
LITTLE,
DUST PAN
try since" it abohsliedlaririidrds, and it ad- rirHE
W'e'Wi&h the Farmers to observe the. following facts,
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is now replete with all kinds of \ . Produce/in return give Timaru'Prices., All<V<|^ 1 3 punctually
(foodi
vises Englishmen to do the same, and
GOODS.;
DOMESTIC
FANCY
AND
sentito any cart of the*District Free of' Charge.-': Also, we beg' tp they will have no more famines. But the
COM'PaW a|r|h«
great wonder of the age is the Bosto,n IT IS THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN Public that* weave AGENTS for the ROYAL INSURANCE*
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STANDARD SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
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Globe Office. The machine that prints it
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casts 0ff300,000 copies per mihifto,*bu tthftt Our motto being—• A Quick Penny before AN"INSPECTION OF OURLARGE AND .VARIED STOfiK
the Slow Shilling.' s . ' j
is not enough, and it calls upon the inv
Horse Covers, Tents, and Tarpaulink on Sale and Made fco Order any Size lt' J
ventive genius cf America to devise some
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To realise.what our. Stock,
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names" of the
Directors have alrendy appeared) Secretary and Treasurer : Mr J. Ash well ;
Broker : Mr K. Sando. The promoters
of this prospectus in introducing it to the
public wish to draw attention to the
benefits to be derived from the establishment in the Temuka' district of Cheese
and Butter Factories'. ' (1). By the factory system the cost of manufacturing
would be considerably lessened,, by
economy of labor, ahcl 'the use of
machinery superior to that within the
reach of the \ ordinary farmer; con•sequenfly - the profit arising therefrom
would give a greater return to all interested, and, by reason of the uniformity
obtainable, a greater demand for the
Pnmsloiiaf Directors'V' (The
and it was negatived on a
Suicide.—A Nelson man named Hibbard, institutions,
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division
to 25.
by
5T3 years of age, and an old settler, residing,
Mr Huchison moved that the House
At Wakapuka, was found is bed last Thursday morning with his throat cub. He had resolve itself into Committee of the whole
been suffering for some time from acute to consider an address to the Governor
praying he will recommeDd;for approprianeuralgia.
ITsubt.—A ease of fearful usury has come tion this year the sum of £1000* ; to be
to light in Napier. Murtagh, a jockey, was divided amongst Educational Boards of
charged with larceny as a bailee, but it was the colony, for; the.purpose of encourag•hown that for the use of £IOO for seven ing technical education by means of night
months, and for half ."of that sum for two schools or otherwise,.andfor the establishmonths longer he had paid £215 as interest, ment of female classes in sewing and
at the rate of 170 per cent per annum. The cooking,
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Crown Prosecutor refused to go on
The motion was put and carried on the
Gillies
Judge
and
case after this was shown,
voices.
concurred in the course adopted, saying the
It was agreed to consider the question
his
was
agent
the
and
prosecutor
evidence of
of lighting, the, Government Buildings by
most discreditable to them both.
electricity.
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Gas Explosion.—A gas explosion was
of the Gold Duties
reading
The
second
Moses
near terminating the life of Mr
Abolition Bill wa*s carried on the voices.
White, of the ft.Z. Loan and Mercantile
The employment of Females Act
Agency. Company, yesterday in Timaru.
Bill; passed jits" Becond
Amendments
in
to
remain
alight
was
allowed
The gas jet
also 1
second reading
and
"the strong room of the new building, in
order to dry t, on the previous evening, and of the School Committees Election Bill.
Mr Fish moved the committal of the
when Mr White opened the door he struck
Otago Harbor Board Further Empowering
a match, resulting in an explosion that precipitated him 10 feet across the room. His BilLv It appMreddfrorn.. the discussioi)
face and hands were skinned, and the hair that £700,000 had already been spent by
burned off his head. He was attended by the Otago Harbor Board, arid that they
Dr Hogg. It is supposed the closing of the wanted power to raise and spend
"door put out the flame on the previous even£300.000 more. Major Atkinson coning, and that the gas continued escaping till sented,, to make "the sum £200,000, but
it filled the room. The doors of the buildothermembers said the result,; pf giving
ing were strained, and some of the windows
local bodiss so much borrowing power
were smashed by the explosien.
would be that they .could not pay it, and
South Obari Boahd ov Consekvatobs'
the colony would eventually have to pay
—A meeting of the above Board was held it for
them. The debate was interrupted
on " the 19th instant in the Orari Hotel.
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Wholesale and Export Stationers.
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Manufacturers of Playing Cards, Mounting Boards, Ivory Boards, Cardboards,
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Mceiage Cards, Bristol Boards,
Chromo Papers, Enamel
requisition from the residents of
Geraldine, Winchester, and intervening
districts asking us to resume running our
line of Coaches as heretofore, and promis»
ing tl eir support, we intend in the interest
of the public to accede to wish, and will
RUN COACHES, and formerly, from
Winchester to Geraldine, to MEET all
TRAINS from Christchurch and Timaru.
DENOON
Papers,
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Cart** de -Visitc and Photographic Mounts
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RUSE'S
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ousehold
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Office, undertaj:es
1. The "charge ot
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all kinds of money
trusts, such as Carriage Settlement,
money to be invested for the benefit of
moneys bequeathed for charitable
objects,''moneys the title to iwhich is in
■dispute, or whose legal owner is uuknown
•r ciinnot be found, etc., etc.
*"~2.;"The administration of. the wills of
persons who by appointing the Public
Trustee w their executor" secure the
• guaranteei'bi the State fir the due fulfilment of their w'tlie«i t and avoid the risk
Vf
'consequent on �he appointment of private
persoaa »■ execut, or who wot unfre"J»t'y, though earnestly desirous of
•ji-5 -ring for the benefit of parties interested,
riftil'to carry, out legally the objects for
h;\ which they were appointed, and conse' v
involve themselves 'and those
':-:•■. whose interests they are striving to protect in costly and liarasssing litigation.
S. The administration of all estates of
which no disposition has been made by
will, whenever relatives do not wish to
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necessary powers to act. In such cases U
isthe'duty of the Public Trustee to discharge all lethal debts so far as the assets
extend, and divide the residue amongst
he next of kin.
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The administration of the estates of
Ciatirs, lunatic patients, and convicts.
5. The charge, of all landß lying waste
and /unoccupied of which the owner is
unknown, or who has been absent froni
the colony for ten years,' .having left no
known agent.
The cost of administering estates is very
•mall; Information may be obtainedfrom
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B. C, HAMERTON,
Public Trustee,
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JHExVRY TOOTH PASTE
...highly esteemed for Cleansing
and Pmerving the Teeth and Gums,
girhag an agreeable fragrance to the
.breath, and,for remoYing the discplottra
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The Jurors of the Intercolonial Exhibition of 1866 and 1867 awarded the
ONLY PRIZE MEDAL for fluH
Magnesia to Mr KRUSE.
Accompanying their report is th.
result of Mr J. Cosmo Newberry's
analysis, by -which it appears 'that'
fluid runce of Kruse's Magnesia con
tains 50 per cent., of Carbonate of Magnesia n excess of any other Magnesi*
exhibited.
KRUSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA,
For upwards of twenty years, has been
approved and proscribed by the leading
members of the medical profession. Its
almost universal use affords sufficient
proof of the high estimation in which it
is held by the public generally. It is
carefully prepared of uniform strength.
Each fluid ounce contains ten grains ol
pure Carbonate of Magnesia.
KRUSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA
possesses all the properties of the Magnesia in common use, but being in a
desolved state, and quite free from nv
adulteration or contamination, its effects
are more energetic and reliable ; besides,
it has the advantage of not formin
those dangerous concretions ,in tlu
bowels which sometimes have resulted
from the use of dry Carbonate ef Magnesia.
The Solution speedily removes Heartburn, Acid Eructations, Sourness, or
irregular Digestion of Females and
Children.
IT COMPOSES THE STOMACH
AFTER ANY EXCESS OR
HARD DRINKING.
Kruse's Fluid Magnesia is sold i»
bottles, Is 6d, 2s 6d, and 3s 6d, by
Chemists and Storekeepers throughout
the Australian Colonies.
The numeroua medical testimonials
are too lengthy to insert in newspaper
advertisements, but will be found wrapped round each bottle.
Sold by all chemists and druggests
through the Colony.
A SINGLE TRIAL SOLICITED FROM
THOSE WHO HAVE NOT YET
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HANDBILLS, BUSINESS CARDS,
TOSTERS. PROSPECTUSES,
INVOICES, TABLES LAW FORMS.
SHOW CARDS, BALANCE SHEETS
PAMPHLETS, CATALOGUES
Tin Best in tlie World Makes delicious
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Gout, Rheumatism,
And every kind of SKIN DISEASE, it has neve?
known to faiL
THE GOVERNMENT SANITARY been
COMPANY,
The Pills and Ointment are Manufactured only at
533, OXFORD STREET, LONDON,
And are sold by all Vendors of Medicines throughant
the Civilized World; with directions far use ia almost
every language.
C-S* Purchasers should look to the label on tit*
Pots and Boxes. If the addresi is not 533, GnforA
Street, London, they are spuriouf.
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And eveny description of PLAIN and ORNAMENTAL
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GOODALL'S QUININE WINE
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The Best and most agreeable tonic yet
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HOLLAH'S
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The Wonder of the 19th Century.
GOODALL'S CUSTARD POWDER
Tor making delicious custards without
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Tiie proprietor* can recommend it te
Housekeepers generally as a useful
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ARTIFICIAL MANURES
How to make, buy, value, and use—By Alfred
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■ Dunedin, 30th August, 1877. THE FARMERS' MEDICAL L'IOTIONARY
Sib, —Waving taken your Ghollah's For the Wdiseases of animals By Cuthberl
Johnson, FES Price 6's
Rheumatic mixture for some considerable time, and having been completely
cured by its use of the very severe rheumatic gout from which I had, suffered
most severely for the last ten years, I
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
can boar testimony to its extraordinary
arranged
Standing advenisaments for tbrea, six or twelve months can
curative powers. I am now free from
Liberal discount,
all pain, and well in my health, and
nave the ree use of my* hands and feet,
Orders for advertisements, if not accompanied by instructions of numb* of inserI had not previous to taking
which
pa
advertisement,
an
until
standing
continued,
tions will, in all cases, be treated
your medicine. I think it right to
written notice is forwarded to tW Manager for discontinuance.
state, for the benefit ,of oth rs sufferSubscribers can commence at aDjr <?ate, and will b<» charged in proportion to the
ing the tortures that I endured for the
end of the current quarter.
period above stated, that I attribute my
must
subscriptions
to
discontinue
be
or
delivered
in writing, posted
restoration to health and freedom from
N.B. Notice
to the office direct, addressed to the Manager.
pain; entirely to the use ofyour valuable
medicine. I can strongly recommend it
to those suffering from rheumatism or
The.Leader vontahw the latest and moat reliable news of South Canterbury in the gout.
district, together with all general news of commercial importance, and is therefore a
(Signed) John Grippen, J.P.
valuable source ef accurate information to the Agricultural and Mercantile comDunedin, 9th August, 1876.
munities,
g lß)—Having been troubled with
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
Indigestion, upon the recommendation
£
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of friends, I tried your Aperient Mix0 6 0
Per Quaktbb, in advance
ture, and received so much benefit from
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ifboeked
that I have much pleasure in giving
14 0
?k* Anhum, in advance
you this testimonial, and can strongly
recommend your Indian cures to others
suffering as I was from severe Indiges-
AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY FOR YOUNG
. FARMERS.,
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By Cuthbert W Johnson,, F R fj, Four*/
edition, price Is
uUR HOUSE AND GARDEN
What we see, and what we do not see in then
. , —By Cuthbert W Johnson, FRS
Second edition, price 2s 6d
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ON AGRICULTURAL FERTILIZERS
by way of example o the very many
Cuthbert W. Johnson, FRS Third
By
received by the proprietor from all parts
edition, price 8s
of New Zealand, and require no comme
TERMS OF ADVERTISING AS PER SCALE.
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INDIAN
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ESTIMATES FIVEN FOR EVERY CLASS -JF WORK
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PRINTING IN COLORS OP EVERY SHADE.
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tion.—-Yours truly,
John Adams, P.C.R,AOF.
Christchurch, 21st April, 1877.
The Proprietor of Ghollah's Great
Indian Cures.
Sutj—l have much pleasure in stating that I derived so great a benefit by
the use of your Gc ut Mixture, that I
feel it my duty to add my testimorial to
the many already published. I had
oeen suffering from Gout in my hands
and fe*jt for about sixteen years, but by
taking two bottles of your Gout Mixture, I have lost all pain or trace of th«
gout symptoms. My appetite is good
and my general health mucfi improved.
I can recommend your Indian Medicine
strongly to others.
(Signed) George Lummis;
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For, the cure of BAD LEGS, Bad
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Ita
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Casks also in lib. packets and
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DESCRIPTION IN
©oraparable
This Baking Powder is packed in
half-pound canisters specially adapted
for the climate of New Zealand. It
GOODALL'S GINGER BEER POWDER
makes light wholesome bread without
yeast; also" .biscuits, cakes, and all Makesrthr«e gallon* of the best ginger
beer in the world for 3d The most
kiads of pastry without eggs, and with
for
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are confidentlyrecommended as a sever failing remedy
in all cases where the constitution; from -whaterer
cause, has become impaired or weakened. They arc
wonderfully efficacious in all ailments incidental t»
Females of all ages; and as a G ENERAL' FAMILY
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This Great Household Medicine raakr
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most powerfully, yet soothingly on the
valuable preparation
the producless than half the usual quantity of
tion of a delicious and invigorating
--'"ng.-■■■■■■
beverage It is easily made, and is
butter.
by far the cheapest and best ginger
Agentt
Williams's Yeast Powder will deubt;
beer Powder ever offered to the
less speedily.drive all other baking powpubfi*,
i.AP CO.
ders from the New Zealand markets,
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and
secure for itself that high popularity
VINEG'AR BITTERS.
t has attained throughout Austral
"LILTONS bear testimony to eithr
where it is to be found in every wellwonderful curative effects.
regulated
household.
They, are not a vile fancy drink, made
Agent«;
•"•f-pbor rum, whisky, proof spirits and
KEMPTHORN*,,
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refuse liquors, doctored, spiced, an I
GOODALL'S EGG POWDER
AND
CO.
to please the taste, and called
Itfl action in cakes, puddings, etc, ete,
ionics,",. "Appetisers," "Restorers,"
resembles that of the egg in every
to
drunkenic, that lead the tippler on
particular One penny packet *ill jjo
POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS
as far as four eggs 1 and one sixpenny
ess and ram; but are true medicine
tin as fur as twenty-eight
The
are
the
for
nativeroots,
following
and
herbs
of
regulations,
the
Calithe above banks
fornia, free from all alcoholic stimulants.
1. Interest at the rate of 4 to 4| per
They are the Great Blood P.urifier and a cent
LIST OF AGENTS,
per annum is given on £2OO and
life-giving principle, a perfect renovator under at the rate of 3 to
cent,
4 per
"i■•• and 1invigorate* of the system, carrying
Winchester
Binskin and Gimpson
per annum on sums under £SOO and
' W all poisonous matter and restoring in the same proportion for any shorterGeraldine
Morrison and Donlop
theblood to a healthy condition. No per- time on every complete £1 deposited,
that no'inters s be allowed on
'•'•''sbn can take these Bitters according to provided
more than £SOO.
directions 1 and remain long unwell, pro2. Depositors :n : -tlw Post Office
GOODALL'S BLINCMANGE
Tiding their bones are not destroyeci by Savings Banks have direct Government
POWDER
As an Advertising Medium the Temura Leader offer super or advantage to
mineral poison or other means, and the security for the prompt repayment of
advertisers,
its circulation being LARGE in the following placos
their
money.
-"•vital organs wrtstcd beyond the point of
of
Town
Geraldine, Orari, Winchester, Pleasant Point, Waitohi, Kakahu, and
* 3» A Depositor in any one of i the Making delicious bla'nemango in a few
"''repair. *
throughout South Canterbury.
minutes
Post Office Banks continue his, depositn
•i /.They arc a gentle purgative as w«II as
at any other of such Banks, and can
"tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit withdraw his money at that Post Office
of acting: as a powerful agent n icliei ing Bank which s most convenient to
Congestion and Inflammation of the him.
4. The strictest secrecy is observed
Liver and all ;the visceral organs.
with respect to the names of the deposi,7:r*CleanVe'fhc Vitiated Blood whenever tors in Post Office : Banks, and the
' ; "you find its impuritives bursting through amounts of their deposits. ,/■•-■■
5. Money may be deposited by or on
the;; skin in .Pimples, Eruptions, or
TEMUKA, CANTERBURY.
behalf ofminors. Depositors over seven
6ore; cleanse it when yoi find it obyears of age are treated as persons of
structive and sluggish in the veins: u 11 age, but minors under seven vears
ijeanse it when it is foul, and your feed- of age cannot withdrtw their deposißf
GOODALL, BACKHOUSE * CO.,
/jpgS!.Willitell you when. Keep th«t until they have reached the age of
seven.
WUto Hose* Bftrsjei, Lead*.
and the health of the sy*!6. Applications to the Chief Office*
em will follow.
in each Province on the business of
Post Office Savings Banks, and get
*, fIAYMAN AND CO.
replies sent thereto are free fipm change
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Used by the War Department of Her
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Majesty *b Government.
these great MAIN SPRINGS OF LIFE. They
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THHER,S; PRINCIPLES OF AGRIOULTrJna
lranslated by; W Shaw and 0 W_ Johnson
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If yon are a man of business weakened b;
the strain of your duties, avoid stimulanti »n<
use Hop Bitters.
If your are a man of letters, toiling ufy
midnight work, to restore brain, nerve, »u
waste, ase Hop Bitters.
If you are young, and suffering from an
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or single, old or. young, suffering from poo
health or languishing on a bed of sickness, rel
on Hop Bitters.
Whoever you are, whenever you feel tha
your system heeds cleansing, toning, or stima
lating, without intoxicating, take Hop Bitten
Thousands dies annually from some form o
kidney disease that might have been prevents
by a timely use of Hop Bitters.
D.I.C. is an absolute and irresistible enr
for drunkenness, use, of opium, tobacco, *j
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narcotics.
If you are simply weak and low spirited, tr]
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dreds.
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