Stjddbn DEATH.—The Police received advice to-day that a woman had died suddenly at Dromore. Aa inquest was held this afternoon. Accideht.—Mr J. E. Thomas, of Wakanui, met with a nasty accident on Sunday, whereby he sustained a fracture of the left shoulder. It appears that he was in the act of getting out of his cart when the horse attached made a plunge and fell oyer a fenc« precipitating Mr Thomas heavily to the ground in front of the wheel, whioh ran over his shoulder. Dr Hunter subsequently bandaged the injured limb. Mr Thomas will be incapacitated for some six weeks Wakakoi Mills.—Mr Thomas EolHtt, proprietor of the Wakanui Boiler Flour Mills, has made arrangements with Mr Philip Norman, contraotor, to shift his Mills to Ashburton. It is understood that Mr Norman will commence his arduous task in about three months op so. At the time j the Ashburton Convent was shifted, that building was considered to be the largest yet removed in the colony, but the Wakanui Mills are practically double that building in dimension.B and weight, Hakaterb CLUB.r-Qn Thursday evening next, at the Oddfellows' Hall, a concert in connection with the above Club will take place, The Committee haye decided to put on some items to give some of their members a chance to show what the Club isjdoing. There will be an exhibition of club swinging and physical culture, besides the usual run of items that make up a concept. The programme for the concert will be published in to-morrow night's isßiie, and it is to be hoped that the Club will be rewarded for their efforts with a bumper house. Cheetskt Librart—The annual meeting of the subscriber to the Chertaey Library was held on Friday. There was a large attendance, and Mr White was in the ohnir. The balance sheet for the half year showed a credit balance of £1 2s, which was cpn-r sidered satisfactory, considering that during tne past twelve months £17 had been spent in new books. The following are elected, as a Committee for the ensuing yearMessrs White, Stringfellow, Ironside, J. Stewart, junr., B. Stuart, Atkinson, J. Knox, H. Haydcok, H. J. Chapman, P. Doig, W. H. Dunstan, Devereux, Gill, A. Ironside. Mr Alex Ironside was re elected secretary and treasurer. A vote of thanks was accorded to Mr H. J. Chapman and Mr Bert Gill for their trouble in arrangingl and classifying the books. It was deoided that the subscription to Library be 6s per annum and that no difference be made for a shorter term. The Longbeach Road Board invite tenders for supplying shingle. "Messrs Wilding, Eolleston, and Acland have money to lend on trußt securities. Ladies' Tailoring— We are now making a speciality of this department. Ladies who appreciate a good fit, good work and up to-date neat and durable costumes, jackets, etc., at very moderate prices, are respectively invited to inspect our new Autumn and Winter goods, "The Ladieß' Tailor" magazine and fashion plates from London every month.—Cbaigkkad Is Bmbtman. ,
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6583, 30 May 1905
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