The Ashburton Guardian. Magna Est Veritas et Prevalebit FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1881.
\ «»■ -A'tttafiting dPfh'a mrimoertof-’this nsluh ; '-wa» held at . Saunders Bros, ’office this morning. Mr Archer of Timaru made an piS&i'ltb the club fora run one day next- c; After discussion it WsA J de&dedto accept 'M* »nd„W.edne9day._ns3ttL»t. I-, the time appointed for the meet, ■fchp ran, we are imornidd, will 'probably take place over the Fairfield estate. : • Phrbnoloot. -r-Professor Simon, phre.vifiif |on, and will lecture on the subject ef phrenology. Southern districts he has bean very sue; ceasful, and his audiences harAbeeri highly pleased with the entertainment, 'enti.' ! fn-4rfti r <fcitt 6l delineation of. charaoblindfolded, ho has astonished
XtfßVfkMS Concert.—Another of the pleasant fertnightly'entertainments under »th* aufcpfccs of the committee ef the Public Library wasgiven yesterday evening, 'kt^the.Library.Hall. .Mr Ward,.as usual, presided. There was only a moderate attendance. Tke .eptertainmenf oontainec much that was JdtJfinsically an& .specially creditable to the ladies and ''gentlemen iffli i opening piece was a pianoforte duett; d*y -the execution. Mr H. 0. Jacobson, whpi fas in capital voice, then sang //Todays. Of i old,” In a very effective mapiier. The accompaniment, jn bpmraori rivihh;that of-most'of the songs, was given by Mrs Branson, with her usual pwcfciopi and -good. teat*; After a recitation by Master P*-*»ton, Mrs Ray bang vrtAVon’s . you tell J ‘me twhy; Robin t” in a fine clear musical contralto,, and was much applauded. • Then followed a comic reading by Mr Hughes, the paper in the Fiji Islands. A great musical treat? then followed ,in an instrumental duett,, Mrs Woods apd Mr* Jameson being the performers. Among the subsequent pieced Mr Minhis’spirited recitation of the“ Bx'dcution ofyMontybse,” Mr St. Hill’s comic Yankee reading and Mr Harrison’s song; • “ The vagabond,” were specially deserving of .praise. v l,Mt - alsp r qang■twieji ! , Mr *?. O." Jacobson gave a recitation, a. pianoforte duett was played by the Misses anHTMT Foots* reoited : a .sentimental poem. “ Fair Bingen?oh’thw: Rhine.” After' the thanks of the-cem-mitt«e and thei;audionoo had been tentaiument closed’ with ringing ol thoNational Anthem.
’ A'riattqjJ Sams; thhhamiti'ep have a COhsidotable am print of wprk before ■ them to-motrpWi imd the? osua'l , w*qkly, sales -ef - th<r * AsliburtorL ■ dafcfiOriebrs 'briteken- 'a : huSy- timb, :: I#’ w6' .are-able to judge from (he quantity of lots whtelf will hfe"submitted fir sale;
Rakaia AgR Ashburton way.—A in the proposed raifagTOwmlalj‘jdhtfictj.'jfha. aro opposed pany in Alford Forest school on Wednesday, last. Mr A. McFarlano wAiiippoiitediGlMifrWan.,,,, A number jpf reifplpUona.'Tfero wluulpd expressing, tnerir,-AisseiaP.ftom the ‘Jpii like by ’ action’, at laW ■nec^ry^'i'./ ; v '. fjl payerarin l xhe Elgiri ■chodl distnct' call apublic* meeting for Wednesday v evening* frhfayjmattow.in,. connpptieri„with .- the' masters dismissal will be conjiiJered. 1
arMsUNL for, in this issue, for alterations to..the ••<••• ■’u. i.->r.?,r Railway Tim* Table. —Alterations l ini' the tithe table of the Rakaia and ton Forfc*'lihe,< > whieh>appearßM eiOwhere, : shpnld be peruse&by the-traveiling public and‘others interested;-■’ k. '.itM. Vi t riCxr ■ Too*i Ihcohsistktoiks.—The Wanga* md OUronich Make* the'foMTfi^gbertl-, nent- remarks «on. Sir ; iJalius £V]oger* htrlctuve upon the present Ministry l with regard ’tb the financiab position of colony a year and. a-half back ir-’fft <&nl la. stirely tempted ,to ask when Sir; Tn|us vbgel first entertained'such b^him'ip—’ I when thought ~si»t the Mipisfcnr' ' wete-'gorrtg astray, were-making too luicir Mother 4i®ouli«»s .thevhed to facet and were "by their action IhfifctMg' damage oh' the «redit ot the-*oioayrl.4if he held such opinions) • When i the i wave- -of depression .begfp: to, spake ;ii self felt,, why did ho roi at that tlme.rajae his VBlce in warning to thq sovemmeat' and . encouragement to ' theucdpWih the nudSt of the evils whiph tppihtedwh on them 1 So ; fir«**iiw ifieollectj J hd*did nothing' of ; tie", kind, but he certainly did make a; great dihd.iin) hls:oort«Spondtinco with • the -'Gpj vernn ent, of thOldiffieulty of raising "tie last;loao, .and of; the declining-credit if afc tline .he tepn : aentad-t Re writes now as a who4<rom K the ' (first perceived; .that j Nor Mm,staring; *»;A.4ppr«: IMOft WibJBhiWWI jpravalenh byte;,* tgreii part of the . world, and which, as ifc - vris rftitp ,tp paes away ,ih tte natqrajt order, of things, did not require to sis tb Government 'had seen fit to No one know* better than Sir Julius Vogel that' that is hot H fuTVersion b'f tWitoiy of NeWZoaland* difficulties. It is true that the eolofijv iv common wlth naaßy other, countries, fel th« 'TOTe Of depression, butcher* were- epecial eircamstpnees;: hare whiol ihteh»ned the evil, converted what Might otherwise have been-.mdrely: dull timet itttb lu.rd tiroes,' aisaifrhhged. the pholt* course' ,gf: t;a^;; A <T ’ the colony, " Snd- w>inti to bringing about a national bankruptcy."
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The Ashburton Guardian. Magna Est Veritas et Prevalebit FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1881., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 396, 15 July 1881
The Ashburton Guardian. Magna Est Veritas et Prevalebit FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1881. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 396, 15 July 1881
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