From imr Resident Reporter. iJllii . : Xex, Loan i Meri-antile Agency Tt!<;>::i>ne 11 I PARAGRAPHS
ilr. A. Brown, for many years chairman of the Midhirst Dairv ('oni|iaiiy. | who is leaving I'm- wa-. entertained on Tuesday night and presented with a pair of binoculars by the suppliers. a ltd a travel I in,!.' rug by the stall'. .Mr. Jlugli Cameron and his three sisters had a narrow escape from a severe accident on Tuesday afternoon, the horse in their gig shying al the I'ohokura train and backing over a bank. The bore to be put down by the Xew Zealand Consolidated Oil Fields will be put down on -Mr. D. Wutkin's property at Uuiroa. not far from his li'ouse.
Oil Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. J. Latireiison were tendered a farewell social by the members and congregation of the Methodist Church, of which Mr. Laurenson has been a prominent worker. Several speakers expressed their regret at the loss of such a family to the church and the community generally. Mr. J. Masters, oil behalf of the congregation, presented Mr. Laurenson with a line travelling rug. Musical, instrumental and other items and supper helped to pass off a pleasant evening. A Xgaere farmer has sold his herd of grade Jersey cows at the fine rate of £2l per head. Who says that it does not pay to breed good cattle?
To-night will usher in a complete change of programme at His Majesty's Theatre. The dramas all grip with a vivid intensity. The Essanay Company show a Western drama, "A Woman of Arizona," which shows the depths to which human kind can descend. "More Precious than Gold" is an Edison drama in which is depicted a crook broker's oilicc. where a wild cat mining proposition is launched on an unsuspecting public. '•Outwitted by Horse and Lariat," a Solax production, and "The Village Vixen." a Kalem release, are the other sustaining dramas. The comics are all of high interest and mirth-producing, being fieaded by an Edison comedy, which is both interesting and amusing, entitled '"Helping -John." The scenics are good. The sea and sky effects in some twilight views of the Turkish sea, coast battle description, whilst the Cossacks of the Urals will be seen at some manoeuvres, which include ' a marvellous display of horsemanship that appears incredible.
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STRATFORD NEWS., Taranaki Daily News, Volume LV, Issue 238, 27 February 1913
STRATFORD NEWS. Taranaki Daily News, Volume LV, Issue 238, 27 February 1913
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