LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The nominations for the Ashburton County Kacing Club's Autumn Meeting will be found on the fourth page. Father Hays' Lecture,—Prom an intimation m this issue it will be noted that seats will be reserved for ticket holders ac to-morrow night's lecture, until 7.30 p.m. Eiveb Report—The Telegraph Department advises as follows : —The Kakaia, Rangitatn, and Waitaki rivers are m good order for fishing. Weather Fourcast. — Captain Edwin wires :—Moderate to strong winds to a gale from between west and sonth-wesS and south; glass rise ; rain probable. A. Fortunate Speculator.— An employee m a firm of fishmongers m Christchnroh drew Famous m Tattersall's sweep on the Donoaster Handicap, and wins •£4OOO, Cricket —An Auokland telegram states that the cricket match Auokland v Taranaki resulted m a win for Auckland by an inninga and 156 runs. Cycling.—At the Temuka Bicycle Club's annual sports meeting yesterday several Few Zealand Bicycle Championships were run. The half mile and mile fell to J. Arnßt, Temuka, while the 3 and 5 mile were won by M. Randrup, Timaru. ' Willowbt—Mr and Mrs Joseph Hopwood hiving left the district to take up their residence m the Fairlie district, their neighbours and friends m the Willowby and Eiffelton district subscribed for and purchased an ornamental eight day clock which will bo forwarded at once to them. Tennis—The annnal tennis match between the East Belt (Chriatohuroh) Methodist Church Club and the Baring Square Club was played on the Cameron street Courts yesterday, when, after an exciting finish, a victory was gained by the city team, the scores being, East Belt 96 games, Baring Square 95. The visitors were entertained m the Baring Square schoolroom, and daring the evening a capital musical programme was gone Ithrough, m addition to which a Christchurcb. visitor contributed a stump speech. The mueioal selections were given principally by members of the Kast Belt Club, and among those rendered by Ashburtou vocalists was a song by Rev. Mr Stockwell. No-License Campaign.—At tha annul! Convention of No-License workers held m Christohurch on Thursday it was resolved to recommend the Colonial Convention m instruct the Alliance to frame questions sn the following linos for submission to Parliamentary candidates :—(1) Are you m favour of repealing the provision m the licensing law requiring at least one half of the totaknutnber of electors on the roll to record their votes m order to make aliconsing poll valid ? (2) Are you m favouc of amending the Licensing Act; so ns to provide for a licensing poll to be held simultaneously with every general election of members of Parliament ! (3) "Will you endaavour to preserve unbroken the present local option law ? . A MOST HONOURABLE DISTINCTION The " Western Medical Review," a medical publication of the highest standing, says m a recent issue: "Thousands of physicians m this and other countries have attested that Sender and Sons' Eucalypti Extract is not only absolutely reliable, but that it has a pronounced andi undjspufcable superiority over all other preparations of eucalyptus." Your health is too precious to be tampered with, therefore reject a.li products foisted upon you by unscrupulous mercenaries, and insist upon gptting Sander and Sons' tube volatile Eucalypti Extract, tLe only preparation recommended by your physician and the medical press. Usei as mouthwash regularly m the morning (3 to 5 drops to a glass of water) it prevents decay of the teeth, and is a sure protection against all infectious fevers such as typlioH, njalaria, etc. Catarrh, of the nose and throat is quickly cured by gargling with sarnie. Instantaneous relief produced m colds, influenza, diplv fcheria, 'bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs and consumption, by putting 8 drpgs of Sander and Sons' py#H volatile Euca* lypti Extr/vct into a cupful o£ boiling water and inhaling the arising steam. Diarrhoea, dysentery, rheumatism, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs, quickly cured by talcing 5 to 15 drops internally 3 to 5 times daily. Wounds, ulcers, sprains, skin dise?ises it heals without inflammation yhsn painted op
Pkbsonal.—Mr G. W. Andrews attends the aanual convention of the I.O.GKT. Lodge, to be held m Dunedi,n to-day and ' to-morrow, as a delegate of the local lodge. Business Changs.-—lt is announced m our advertisiog columns that Messrs Carson and C.). havo sold thoir general grocery biisitnsi 1o M,-s is Minche3ttir 8r09., of Waiumte, who w»U continue to conduct if.. The new firm state tlm's they will keep goods of the best quality only, a.nd hooe by careful attention to customers' wants to receive a fair share of patronage. We wish the new firm success m cbeir venture.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905
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