News in Brief
Mr F. Ferriman has several town pro< perties for sale.
The adjourned annual meeting of rate payers of the Wakanui Road District wil ba held on Saturday next.
Mr Bert Amos, Header Money Drapar, is selling general drapery goo 3s at lowest prices.
Members of the L.O.L. No. 23 are requested to attend the usual monthly meeting on Thursday, at 7.30 p.m.
There were 825 applicants for twelve sections in the Mangatoro Estate, o£ 4771 acres, ten miles from Dannevirke, recently acquired from the Government.
A Hare Drive will take place at_ Ruapuna on Friday next. All who wish to participate are requested to meet at the school corner at 9 a.m.
Mr Frank Curtis, Doctor of Optics, ocuiists' optician, has an important advertisement in this issun, which should be cnrefully read by people with defective vision.
Ihe N.Z. Farmers' Co-op Association will offer ab Rakaia yards on Thursday next, a line of freezing wethers, also two springers, etc.
The regulations regarding patent medicines, made in November last under the Public Health Ace, have been otfioiaUy r jvokod, The Board of Governors of Canterbury College have decided to have plans prepared for the extension of the School o Engineering buildings. A telegram from A uckland states that the Onehunga Woollen Mills, with 10 acres 1 rood 13 perche3 of freehold and the plant stock and goodwill were sold by the liquidators at auction yesterday, and purchased by Mr Robert Burns, of Messrs John Burns and Co., for £17,500. The June " Review of Reviews " is to hand-' One very interesting feature ia that, apirt from the usual standard sections of the leading articles from the magazines of the world, and the Reviews Reviewed, all the articles are by Australian writers. Senator Smith gives an interesting illustrated article on "New Guinea" ; Mr Jas. Edmond, the editor of the Bulletin, writes on " Can we Federate our Piebald Empire ?' which question he auswers with a "No " ; the Rev A. H. Collins contributes a mosb striking article on "Tho Church and Social Problems" and tho editor, Mr W. H. Judkin?, contributes an article on the opium traffic under the title of " A Continent ia a Death Grip."
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News in Brief, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905
News in Brief Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905
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