Political.—-In reply to Mr McLachlan's request that Sir Joseph Ward should address the Ashburton electors before the session, the Minister states that he is unable to deliver the proposed address at present. The Weather. —This morning a frost of 10£ degrees was registered at the Domain weather station, (the severest frost j experienced this year), and as there was over an inch of ice on the Domain ponds, \ skating was m full swing early this morning. Freezing set m (m the shade) at 3 o'clock this afternoon, so a hard frost will probably ba experienced to-night. Accident—While a party of young ladies and children were driving to the Beach yesterday, the wheel of the vehicle cauie off at Riverside and the occupants were thrown heavily to the ground, but fortunately no one sustained any serious injury. I dreamt that I tossed on a fever'd bed (With the curtains gather'd and drawn), With a hacking cough and a burning head, Vainly waiting the tardy dawn. When close to my bedside an angel came With a phial of liquid pure, And I read'on the label a magic nameIt was Woods' Great Pobpjpebmint Cube
Money to Lend, JPI fc^AA —WE nave a Special oWIOV/U• Sum of £1600, besides several smaller sums, now awaiting investment on trust securities. WILDING, ROLLESTON, & ACLANJX Ashbartoß. 6 388
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6588, 6 June 1905
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