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The Ashburton Guardian. Magna Est Veritas et Prevalebit WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1881.

TOWN EDITION.

to-day. . . -of'May,-23 births, 10 deaths, and 4 marriages were registered in . the Ashburton district. n .,>r. j r -.yr A Sounding Title.—A C6-operative Society, under the,title of u land Supply Association, has been floated at Auckland, with, a capital of L2OiQQJ) >s jo LI shares.

• The San piail will probably reach Lyttelton at daylight to-morrow morning, in Ashburton and southern portion? will be 'brought onFby expreasftom Christchurch. ■grs(m,(from Dtlneditt jthdif/llhevJtepdm^ ■ Mri John .Stnarto Dgnedin, for two and three-quarter miles- of-the Ashburton mil-. way extension, has been accepted. The ‘amountis 1i1,842. i' I * 11 -‘J ((Presentation. —Mr W. Keswick, late l Sctihg' ! chief ITimaru, was presented yesterday, on the ere of his departure for Westport, with a purse of fifty bovereigii's, asl mark of esteera/qfi the parif df the citizens. * 1 * * / 'Brought Ba,qKv--The prisoner Ross, who, while * working in , the Dunedin BotaniCaliGafdehs'pn 'Mdpday/.dopned & warder’s coat and so escaped from ■ custody, - was 1 brought back to gaol about ■eight jO,’clock last night, , , r . f Jo'nhE wxhh.—We a'fe happy to be able to state that Judge Ward has so far recovered frpra his repent severe accident that ne Will I ‘xi all probability -Vd ‘able to ■■Cdurt tone ncltb at Ashburton on Monday next. 4 Commercial, Mr ; Alfred Harrison held a sale of property at his rooms' this ■afterhbbh,.there 'being,bnt a poor attendance. Only one lot was disposed of—vi£ Y* sedSoini in’ -Kerniode (tiafeet, fetching L? 3. Lots consisting of land with 1 ‘dwellhig houses thereon wera sub:nritsted) hut no satisfactory bjdg were, rm 'frews published issue at’ the requeaf; spmwialist correspondent John Tyenhan, tM, Sputh Star Circle on t}i^-9t|]^wi B hed us to publicly thank all' those kind friends IWfep his _wife, and fatherless children. Tie also wished ns to say that ‘‘Those that giveth the Lord.”-—T. tdwiZlf'brothers, named Kolb, are sole Teddtees* ot- tKd'lf6rtiH(Se p /( ahio,nivting^td;i ihirteen-andia-balfimillion dollars, of the 'American ■ Kolb, who died some years ago. When the will of the i deceased 1 was. opened, I a great;/sepsatipn was canted'in'(the i Hriitedi States- by , sie. -fact'that thie thad.-heeifc, loiiginallyj 'alt Jew)- had'!'hpqweathed ifihlft .entire-property ,tb histwobrothers,, iwjioae;. bodies; of'tWo males came ashore at Otara bn Saturday. ■ One bf the bodies was that mtU man about Mt'llin, «5f medivjm build ; his clothing consisted of light- tweed, trousers, -woollen drawers, lace-up bbots Recently half soled. There was no property or papers found tin hired The other-was that of h sft Opn, ; and of build. ,It was entirely nafle;., tip to’ the present' time, seventy-one dll' rei covered. I tuoM

[ Boy,MtSSprG.—A son of Mr D. Evans, ofAYaterton, has been missing since Monday (night last. We ;Joarn tbatj/ tjie' •lad .had (Played, truant from school that J day,.arid his father becoming' acquainted ,pf, the ,sps proceeded tp f i ch|iatise die feft "pbe- hdpse for, a' few' seconds, going outsider to qbtaip^pi. switch Wbre A with tpijbrash, the hoy, and ph returhMg’ hfc waS ridwherfe to ‘hb found.' ’ He’waS'at'the time atoned jonly-in Jiis night apd-ia kgpd '9 years. Fears are entertained for Hia aa the, night,, w<m t (3arp: o and rainy. Search parties hayp been ‘out,’ but yitli-pp result.. 'i > • ■h\;tt± i-„iT 4- W&F®* is reported at that Mr iß,oss’ '.cattle'. { were- driy/Stt, across’, the |snu, Europeans ordered r nllfi i 1 AJr . the south confiscation . 'wveral parties,were tuynpd.'hjwjk hy,- the natives. ..Thp, piu^cipalcKims', of''the .Ngatimariiapdtb tribe, including- ( |Yangai' Bewi, Tuake, and Kapa have ’ been ordered - to, go into the intaaor^., Eewi, has been'ordered by Tawhaid’ to the Crown, (grant/ received /fVQfai .the Governpieu^jfpr.jhisf, merit at K.ihikihi,,io no mqre f pen-_ rind,tp p&y for all fencing 1 and gihVff sfeedririyrh by'Eurtiperiris' ion! hia land. There- some threats amongstXthrilriritiVfek ipfjjfdrifcipgli in' Mfi Tole ! sJcattle.fromjiNjgari|okniiff t . /< /. ImPOSIANE; (TOiFABMpRS. -r+Thfej^ollo Wt i ing letter, addressed to Mr O. Q. Stead mg’s Xyttdton “V* have purchased quite lately three duierdliSlud df vOufjoTl from .■ UllldtSQp StCioSj, 3r 'hWe l ' ,i! blßtf 9,f hiSihgt llJ it^' J&iend-'Of ihlnWj'ftidobtot/diMl giveuiimeidl very Simple ieoip# fdb> tekbing samplesj ' k»f' ‘ btnefettiirel ioiri aolphate 1 < o£-i coppriv and sulpfiMt££6fUro*£l'Llil iaHailfS phais-of .iribnathttt.'ds bdngia»ld> ifQr! i ■ph'ate of copper, the fbsmbwlbairigjt «baofr< 'One-tenth the. value of; Wie latter. Do you not thtlik-ltHdfi ec largely itttereSt4’d - 'iti thei'gfcwihßfiof;clean grain, cdildrido triiich^ood<byfgiving- some of youri l ».to this. .!ti'dU;p3*l .(ifd giving the grikt * inAbbsition that‘ ‘ V fbeihfe praotised by soiling l tbe;iuseieeß>/aftipl* t> 4nt place of the genuine thing.”

Wakanui Road Boaed. —An ordinary monthly meeting will be held to-morrowr. A Man of Many Parts.— What y a übiquitous life (says an exchange) ; the 1 , Qne me nwkhsih|s finilhh&p hti^otni^Ji; next ; actaf is counsplsifor th pay- .his buteoer’s }|>illJ found presiding atla football meeting, acting asa delegate; at an intercolonial Oohference, or telling the horny-handed of Adelaide all about working men’s clubs. The Last of the Neys. —A painful sensation has been created by the disNey, grandson of the xll-fated Marshal, in implying feifhei; s|xi<?ij3Q gun accident. ' His ’nktUe having been: dfaggeddntcfdheaccompanying worry is attributed asjsbh’dr cause: In all other respects he was fordmnatoly situated. His widow is a confection of the poet Heine.,,; -j*. r _ .gp®! A Famous Horse. | “-Dive Stock Record ” F- iB. Harper, of Midway, in/tnSS 1 Sis priced his famous stallfon' xerf roeck, nine years old, by imp daih Fanny Helton by Lexiitgteb; to a party wllid wished’ tqf. purchase tlie hot as,; at 75,000;d01a.'. ; . The; “-Rocord;”. > i‘l Some. of a &he, FngUsh; papers say ' thpt Mrj F.»tHtS6ttQn hasitefusod an. offpr;of f a i 10Q,00Q dbls, (for, thOi bay-horsel ; Istmomy, sixiyeats old,iby Sterling,- ddm-laola Bella,, by Stockwell. Between the two we'would much prefer Ten Broeck to Isonomy, as Ten Broeck is the ; .finest and grandest looking horse in the world, from the tip [of his nose >has done what no other horse ever did, and rprnith© tqrf, without, a: flaw or blemish, and is to-day as sound as a dollar. He has the fastest mile, Imin. S9|sep>v;iJ.thoiifastest; t.wo:- milos r .3min. 27|sec. ; the fastest three rpdop, ,/smi,n, 1 261300.,; and the fastest fouß ( ipiles,-7min. 15|sec. —the latter 3|sec. Faster "than any hoijse has ever run four miles. " Besides (this he breeds after himself ; his colts, now yeatlings, bear a striking likeness to him both in forrm |hape. We would regrdt”to''' sdo'such _a‘ horse-' leave Kentucky, as we firmly believe that

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The Ashburton Guardian. Magna Est Veritas et Prevalebit WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1881., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 359, 1 June 1881

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