A mysterious herd of cattle on the; stubble paddock in the Domain caused' Cr. Hillier. chairman of the committee, to explain, at the board's meeting last nislit that lie had not given anyone permission to graze the cattle. in the paddock.—The board decided to find out who the owner of the cows was that had obtained this cheap stockfeeding.—Gr. Ferriman said he noticed: a. mob t of skin-and-bone cattle being driven to the saleyards. yesterday, and he considered it would have been a good thing for. those cattle to get a substantial feed in the Domain paddock. • si
, The name of God is so rigidly and persistently avoided by politicians of the. governing groups in [France i^that the mention of it by President Poincare !in his address of welcome ( to the deleJ crates of the nations at the opening of the Peace Conference ,comes as an agreeable surprise. He referred to the crimes of the military autocracy, of Germany as "lowering- the religious idea to the extent of making God | complacent auxiliary, of their passions i and the accomplice of their crimes."— "The Tablet" (London). Car Repair Service.—Motorists know how to appreciate prompt service. Especially is .this service valued if the work is satisfactory and the price is right. G. H. Carson's Garage is known throughout New Zealand as one of the most up-to-the-minute service stations, and charges are always moderate. Motorists who require their Cars repaired, whether the job is a small one or a complete overhaul, will ' find that Carson's Service is ■ prompt - and satisfactory. A large stock of Spai'e Parts for Ford and Other Cars always maintained. 4"
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919
Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919
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