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.-'N.Z, FARMERS' CO.OP. LTD. FARMERS' CO-OP. AUCTION MART. SATURDAY NEXT, MAY 3, 1919. ON account of MR E. VINCENT, who is leaving the district owing to ill-health, we will offer the Whole \oi ins [ SUPERIOR FURNITURE AND I. HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS, comprising:— Oak Sid.eboa.rd, 3 Cltewrs and Settee (in Oak), Morris Chair (oak), 2 Wooden Bedsteads, 1 Iron Bedstead, 1 Wooden Got, 2 Duchesses, Superior Linoleums, Tables, and Kifcchen Furniture and C'tensiiis, 1 Singer Swing Machine (new), and a Large. Quantity of Useful Sundries. Sale—£.3o p.m. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-0P.,. LTD., 4 686 Auctioneers-. AUCTION. SALES. IMPORTANT SALE. . TEMUXA, PROPERTY. •(Originally Part of the ''Far-famed*: Riverslea. Estate). '.Account of Mi- THOS. H. A, TREZIBI-: TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. AT THE DOMINION THEATRE, TEMUKA,. On TUESDAY, 13th MAY,. 1919, At- 2.30-p.m. TO be SOLD in. FOUR. LOTS, of. about 50' ACRES each. LOT 4 has Modern 8-Koomed. House,. Washhouse, 'Dairy, etc., Nice -Garden, and Orchard, and Lot 3 lias Stable,. Granary, Shearing Shed, Sheep Yards-; etc. All Rich Dairying Land,. 2. Miles from Factory, School, Post: Office, and Telephone. Permanent Water in every Paddock. , TERMS .—o percent.. Deposit, 10' per cent, on Possession, 10 per cent, in 12' months. Balance, 5 years at 5V per/ Gent.. Possession JUNE I, 1919. Plans and Particulacs "apply— CANTERBURY FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSN., LTD., NATIONAL MORTGAGE- & AGENCY .>;-■:'•:.:. „'-.C0., LTD.,.'.. ..:.-/'. 4 693 Auctioneers. G_?F a. "Unique" Stopper Hot Water Bottle for this Winter— the Unique is made by the North British Co. from finest plantation rubber! It won't burst or leak—make sure of brand beins on neck of bottle. BUY your wife a North British Wat er Bottle thi* Winter! Tho "Unique" is fitted with patent stopper that can't leak, and well vulcanised seams prevent bursts! British made> and branded oft neck of bottle. tors .concentrated . then- energies onstorinnelds. not suspecting that,there wasl anything worthy of attention: beyond the limits of the gale. In the Northern Hemisphere not a single instance had been met with of storm; wind revolvinc other than against^'clock hands, a fact which was of enormous benefit, especially to seamen. About 1860 Uhe late Sir Francis Galton extended the investigation to ail winds, whether gales or not, and to everybody's surprise it was discovered that beyond the stormfi'elds there wore 'extensive regions over which tlie quieter winds revolved in a direction with clock hands. '■ On the lace of it this was a flat contradiction of the cyclonic view, but the mystery was soon solved' when it was seen that the cyclone formed an area in which the barometer readingswere lower, often very much lower, than ■those in the reversed wind system lying outside.. Sir Francis Galton. finding that the barometer, the-; wind, the weather, and other elements' wer" the opposite of those in a cyclone, adopted for the new system the Dame anticyclone. . When' the. whole question was, submitted to examination it was evidentthat there ""•■ were numbers of both cyclones and anti-cyclones moving hither and thither over the earth's surfnce .every day, and that the one type cannot exist without the other. The anti-cyclone, being a region of tlie heaviest atmosphere, we may regard as the reservoir which supplies the cyclone, where the air is at its lightest, and. as was shown in the explanation of Milli-, bars, the energy of the cyclone depends upon ; the steepness of the pressure cradient between the high and low areas. Although the wind circulates in one direction in the cyclone and in the [opposite direction in the anti-cyclone, the law which regulates the relation the wind to the. pressure is the same in both cases. The knowledge of this law has served to save fleets of ships and their crews. It is very simple: Face the wind, and the lowest barometer is nw;iv to the right and the highest to •the left. This is true in all circumstances in the Northern Hemisphere, the conditions being reversed beyond the Equator.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9598, 30 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9598, 30 April 1919

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