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Ashburton Guardian (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Ashburton, Canterbury 2 the Ashburton guardian wednesday june 23, 1920. See our new Economy floor cloths these coeds have just arrived and they undoubtedly fill a Long Felt need being clean serviceable and lower priced than any other floor covering now pro curable. We have an excellent Range of designs All very neat and attractive. Heavy floor cloth 2 Yards wide. 10/6 cd. Also in Stock printed linoleum. 15s go 16s 6d Yard. Inlaid linoleum. 18s 6d, 19s 6d, 21s 6d Yard. Is in the a discount for Cash or monthly accounts. W. Strange amp coy., Ltd. Christchurch and Ashburton. To Tjw i have a Nice assortment of team sets from 2os to 85s also Green font dinner sets at �3 17s 6d.buxton and Thomas the noted crockery shop. Winter nights have no terrors with a a a unique hot water. Bottle in the bed. Heavily vulcanized seams Patent stopper cannot burst or leak. Obtainable everywhere and branded on neck of bottle. It keeps hot All night the a a unique hot water. Bottle. Heavily vulcanized seams Patent stopper. Cannot crack or leak. On Sale everywhere and carries the Brand on neck of bottle. Smallbone bros., motor specialists and general engineers. Cass Street. A phone 367. Commotion in Prses Down on All waster hats yes the new progressive firm Start right in with a grand clearance of All Winter millinery. Every shillings Worth must find other owners straight away nothing reserved. Not a meagre gathering of hats that nobody wants but Bright fresh stylish headgear that will Appeal to All ladies of Good taste and refinement. Three to four solid months of wearing time ahead for you which makes this offer All the More important. You a better come Early. We say this in All earnestness for the careful customers of this store will take care that these a rare millinery bargains wont stay Here Long. This seasons Beautiful models usually 35s to 55s�? now 19s 6d. Henderson s High Grade Black velours usually 50s�? mow 29s 6d. Grand assortment of ready to Wear straws usually 21s to 29s 6d. Now 15s 6d. Splendid Range handsome velours All colours asserted shapes usually 50s and 55s�? now 39s 6d. Nice lot of smart ready to Wear straws assorted styles and colours usual prices 15s go to 21s�? now 12s 6d. Pay Gash a to pay less at motorists who bring their repairs to on garage will always go away satisfied As we recognise a satisfied customer is our Best advertisement. We take a Pride in our work and our charges Are As honest As the Job we do. Petrol tyres and Oil in Stock. Battery and electrical work a specially. Free air. Free garage. Barrett s Ltd where most people Trade. A politics . Members entertained. Hon Vav Nosworthy and Hon r. H. Rhodes a complimentary social was tendered to the. Hon a. Nosworthy minister for agriculture immigration and minister in charge of tourist resorts and sir r. Heaton Rhodes m.p., by residents. Of the it. Hutt Road District in the Methven Public Hall last evening. The gathering of some �?o00 guests was presided Over by or h. Magin Ness. The chairman read apologies for absence from. Messes a Morgan a Drummond a j. Dickie a Chambers senr., a. Macfarlane senr., g. A. Bland and the Hon g. A. C. Hardy . After the Loyal Toast had been enthusiastically drunk the Toast of the evening a the guests a was proposed by the chairman. He expressed his pleasure at being Able to Welcome the two members who represented the District. Applause the. Speaker referred to the political career of their two guests and to their Many Public services. It was fitting that _ the county was represented by the minister for agriculture the Hon. A Nosworthy for there was no better agricultural a District in the Dominion. Both guests were elected by absolute majorities so that these members of a the Reform party were not elected by one third of the country As was stated of the rest of the party. The Toast was drunk with musical honours member for Ellesmere sir r. Heaton Rhodes who received an ovation in. Rising said he had looked Forward to meeting his Methven friends. To Morrow he intended to proceed to Wellington for the opening of the session on the next Day but the general election was still fresh in his memory. He repudiated the chairman so statement that a the had taken things easily a he had fought a very strenuous and clean fight with his opponent to whom he wished Success on some other occasion in tile Reform ranks applause. The result of the election had been better than he anticipated. He pointed out that there were very Many and varied interests in his electorate As at present constituted including Coal miners. He hoped to be a Good member for the District. Hear a hear it was unexpected that the Reform majority would be so great after the last election. Canterbury added three new members to the party and it was a Long time since Canterbury was so Well represented in parliament from the Reform Point of View. A a it was stated that the Reform party was in a minority in the country although not in number of members elected hut he quoted figures showing that Reform gained 38 per cent of the vote liberals 31 per cent., labour 26 per cent., and independents 5 per cent. Sir Heaton Rhodes re comm Eli Cul Ash Burton Stock Market. Principal sales yesterday the following were the principal sales at the weekly Stock Market held at time amp old yesterday sheep. A fat ewes for j. Lowery. Tinwald 20. At 27s, do. At 26s 6d, a Knox Eiffel on t 6 at 30s id Winslow 21 at 35s, Robinson. Bros. Tinwald. 60 at 29s 6d, d. F. Knight Tindal d 18. At ,21s 9d, j. Stalker Hinds 24 at 27s,-8d, do. 76 at 28s id do. 28. At -26s ,83/ do. 4 at 26s so mrs m. E. Giddings Tinwald 30 at 19s, do. 81 at 30s 4d, ip1. Watson Tinwald 13 at 36s, p. I Knight Tiwald 42 at 26s 7d, a. Read Eiffel on 117 at 26s, f. H. Chapman Willowby 71 at 30s, h. Miller Tinwald 42 at 32s 6d. Do. 10 at. 26s 2d, p. Prebble 55 at 23s 2d, w. A Mulligan Tinwald a at 30s Lod l. A Boundy Coldstream 35 at 32s 3d, j. Tully Tinwald 20 at 26s 6d, Mctague and Hutton Coldstream 21 at 30s, do. 20 at 28s, f. Green ail Tinwald 22 at 22s, do. 4 at 21s 6d, a Reid. Dunedin 218 at 23s 9d, j. Connolly Rakaia 28 at 10s 3d, g. Smith Hinds a 5 at 32s id do 2 at 12s go. W. H. Grainger Lynnford 13 at 30s by j. Hampton Tinwald 19 at 31s id do. 3 at 15s, a. Al Grieve Winslow 11 at 24s fid. Of Aiida Brothers Anama 69 at 26s. D. Mali Raitio Mayfield 76 i at 26 9d. Do. Ii at 23s 5d. Do. 22 at 14s a a. A a. Fat lambs a tor j. Lower Tinwald 20 t 99 3d j Stalke Hinds 13 at 27s. Dop lol at 28s 9d r. Chapman Ilo b 30 t n 6d, d. F. J git t id 2 at 26s id i. Boll Ujj Ismore i3i at aos 40, it tos. Stalker Ealing 14 at 28s 9d, g. Boulton Winslow 49 at 29s, do. 63 at 27s 4d, j. Farrell Hinds 216-at 29s 9d. Of Chapman Willowby 55 at 27s 10d. A. Read Eiffel on 55 at 26s, h. Miller Tinwald 9 at 26s Lod j. Giddings Greendale 208 at 30s id. Do. 195 at 20s 3d, do. 218 at 26s 3d, j. Brill Lismore 112, at 28s 2d, do. 80 at 28 2d, do. 50 at 28s 2d, g. Smith Hinds 11 at 26s, j. Hampton Tinwald 61 a 20s, j. M. Hampton Hinds 55 at 28s-9d, a. E. Grieve Winslow 46 at 22s gtd j. Clifford Mayfield 125 at 27s 4d. W. Z. A. Fear Indian la Mhor 50 at 27s, d. Mcilraith Mayfield 10 at �1 is. Fat Wethers for h. Knox Eiffel on 2 at 38s, j. Farrell Hinds 3s at. 33s 3d, j. Bell Lismore 8 at 30s, do. 13 at 33s Lod a. H. Mulligan tin Wald 23 at 35s, do. 2 at 51s, Mctague and Hutton Coldstream 135.at. 29s 7d, h a. Moore Rapuna 40 at 36s, do. 75 at 34s lid d. Mcilraith Mayfiel 12 at 30s. A store sheep�?73 s. And . Owes at 15s. 51 . Ewes a 21s. 87 2 46 and 8-tooth ewes at 27s 9d, 119 wether lambs at 20s, 247 owe lambs at 22s 6d. J., -ijjoi.l.j.-. ,-0_ 1115 Ewe lambs at 18s 3d, 146 Ewe lambs feared to tile splendid attitude taken i wether lambs at 18s 3d 19 a a Merino ewes at 10s. 6 do. At 10s. 28 ewes at 15s 3d, 1.1 2-tooth ewes up by the Hon. W. D. A. Macdonald As Leader of the opposition. Applause in regard to the work of the next session he understood the revision of tiie tariffs would be postponed owing to _ the amount of other it business requiring immediate attention. In regard to the increase of members salaries that would come before the House but he hoped to see a Good proportion of that increase a year marked for mess Jeri. Superannuation he referred to the needs of Canterbury in connection with the completion of railways More trucks roads and Bridges. Speaking of the it. Hutt county Bill sir Heaton Rhodes referred to the difficulties of passing local Bills through the House. He believed in counties As opposed to Road hear hear he was sorry lie could not be present that afternoon to consider the needs of the District but he would he pleased at any time to meet his electors at Methven. Applause speaking of trotting the speaker said it was a thoroughly democratic sport and he knew Farmers could train their own horses. He expected to hear something of the totalisator permit that was required in the District and assured the club that he would use his Best interests in the matter. Or. Nosworthy a reply the Hon. A Nosworthy who was also splendidly received thanked those present for the cordial reception Quot accorded to him and his colleague he said Public business had tied him very since tile election but he was pleased to he present that night to Greet them a apart from politics altogether. In reference to the it. Hutt county Bill he would not like to make any statement As to his. Attitude but when lie considered the question he would do so with an open mind. Hear hear the War had brought Many great changes not Only in this county but throughout the world and he would he a conservative indeed if he were not prepared to consider a fairly and squarely anything in connection with the county or the Dominion As a whole. Applause or Nosworthy referred to a number of National matters the requisition scheme for new zealand products the Cost of living the National debt the embargo on the Export of a potatoes wheat growers and the Sale of new zealand meat in american markets. Speaking of the Genera election sir Nosworthy thanked those present for the part they had taken in the magnificent Victory gained. He was sorry or w. A Dickie his opponent was not present for they had a fought a. Fair fight and had remained the Good friends they had been in parliament. The government would be carried on in the interests of the majority and not in favour of any Section. The welfare of the whole Dominion was the object of the government and he Felt the present Reform party was Well fitted to achieve Liat goal. Applause other toasts honoured during the evening were a the army and Navy a Rev. G. K. Aitken and Captain Fryer m.c., Lieut. Doherty m.c., and sergeant Burrows , a local. Bodies a or. W. H. D. Mckee and messes a t. A look chairman of the it. Hutt Road Board and t. A j. Doherty a agricultural and pastoral pursuits a Rev c. L. Sparrow and or j. Carr president of the Methven a. And p. Association a Commerce a or j. Carr and or s. Smith a parliament a met. In. Dart and the guests of the evening a a sports a or w. W. Goodwin and messes t. S. Harrison and a. Wilson a the ladies a. Or h. Jes sep and mrs s. Smith a the press a or t. Mitchell a the chairman a sir r. Heaton. musical programme was contributed Between toasts songs being rendered by miss Hampton messes f. M. At 27s 6d, 26 lambs at 17s. 9d, 49 do. At 17s 10d, 63 do. At 19s 4d. Cattle. Fat for v. W. Quot Wright la Mhor Bullock �29, do. 2 steers at �19 15s. Do. £17, Heifer �18, do. £16, do. £10 10s, g. H b. Lil-1 Tinwald 2 steers at �17, do. £12 10s, do cow �13, do. Itee r �21, t. Lloyd a Tynwald steer �17, a. Goss Eiffel on Vealer �2 10s do. Steer �14 10s, do. Heifer at �10. H. Papworth Willowby cow �13, do. Heifer �12 5s, a a Hampton Hinds 2. Steers at �18. Stores springing to Eilev �16, do. £11, cow and calf �15, Springer �16 10s. High commissioners report the following Cable message has been received from the High commissioner dated London june 19 a butter the Price of English butter is unchanged at �16 2s per cwt. The Market is unsettled owing to the decision of the food ministry to reduce government controlled butter on and after june 28 to 2a 8d per la. The retail demand for Best Quality Irish is Good. Quotations for Creamery Are �14 5s to �15 is per. Cwt. A Largo production of danish is reported. Cheese the demand for English is moderate with no change in. Price ranging from �8 12s to �9 6s. Canadian is cheaper. On spot �8 4s to �8 8s, quotation . Lower at �7 12s. The stocks in London on june t8 of Canadian and United states were 20,119. As against 15,972 for last year new zealand had 12,402, As against 26.713. Hemp a the Manila Market was easier Early this week hut was firmer towards the close with a better demand. J Grade. Febri iary apri to april june shipments sold at �58 15s August october shipments sold at �63. The new zealand Market is quiet with the Price unchanged. Seilers present quotations Are High Point. £58 fair �56 March May and april june shipments �54 and �52 respectively. demand is moderate hut prices Are firm. New zealand �4 17s 6d to �5 3s per. Cwt., according to Quality. Dam with a Paris message says Louis Blanc has invented an Aero Laii. Revolving wings instead of a propeller enabling the machine to Rico vertically from the ground and hover in the air. Misfortunes More a a Chi Dren make . Tie misfortune of a cold is quite bad enough with the adult but when the kiddie gets a cough or cold the trouble seems magnified Many times. Mother see that on your Kitchen Helf is a bottle of Baxters Luhrs preserver during the enough and cold time. Then when the Little one is attacked by one of a Winter s bogeys the trouble will be forced through the wonderful curative qualities of a Bax term so to make a hurried departure. Child Ren take to this Sterling remedy quickly it is so Rich and warming so pleasant to the taste. Get a Bax term so to Day. 2s 6d buys Large bottle. Hardey a. E. Henderson and j. Hardey. Recitations were Given by mrs re. Elliott h. D. Tomlinson the latter creating a furore with his topical verse on tile it. Hutt i county Bill. The proceedings were terminated by Tho singing of the National Anthem reduction in prices. We a e pleased Able to announce a reduction in the Price of one of our Naiu Stock lines. We refer to the new seasons a a a Mildura currants and sultanas. We Are hopeful of seeing a fall in Many grocery lines during the next few months and Cali assure Bur patrons that they will promptly get the Benefit of that fall. Note our prices finest new sultanas is 3d per la. Finest new currants�?1s 2d per la. A v. A finest new seeded 11atstns�?1s 2d per la. Quot a finest new seedless raisins is 4d la. Finest new canned apricots�?2s per to. Finest new canned peaches�?2s per tin. Finest new canned pears -2s per tin. Finest new hawaiian pineapple 2s 2d and 2s 4d per tin. article is absolutely guaranteed to give we give a 5 per cent. Bonus on All Cash purchases. Manchester bros., the reliable service stores. A neat Job that s the usual remark As we hand Over a car that has been through our workshop. A. We be no newfangled notions to entice us from the sound business methods that have built up this garage. Our work is done in the Way that science and skill can make satisfactory. The resultant charges Are As easy on your pc Koi As this advertise mint is to read. We re Here to give the Best service that you can get and we can give and we re Here to stay. Cars of every make repaired and overhauled. Spares sundries petrol grease and specialities in great variety in Stock and All at the lowest ruling rates or lower where bought before recent advances. Get the a a rules habit it Means satisfaction in All its meanings Ford service station. Tancred Street west.,. Telephone 202. Garage Jas. E. Rule Ltd a a Ford service station. Tack la a Street it. Telephone 202,. V i 1 ii my i a a Tufili Rii Imi in Ai i new. Zealand How do you like my overcoat. St a u Brand any Man who wears an overcoats proud enough of it to show it off before his friends. A. A a a a you see style. Quality Cut and appearance Tell a great Story of service a the very thing mail wants and expects in his Witter overcoat a a _. A Quot Quot 5 now is the time , for two reasons ,�?� selections Are Complete and All Winter is before you. \. 7. Menus raincoats�?67s de 7ss, 85s, 90s. Better Quality raincoats�?110s, 1-20s, 130s. Menus do. Tweed overcoats�?97s de 105s, 110s, menus . Tweed Over coats�?120s, 130s, 145s, menus Black Oilskin Coats-22s 6d, 26s 6d

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