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EV Arthur Limited Licensed REAA 2008
Telephone GM 03 768 7145 & HK 03 755 8138
WEB ID GYU40903
NGAHERE 2404 State Highway 7
A modern chalet type property built around 1995 on two
titles comprising 3954sqm. Layout includes open plan kitchen
living, bathroom, laundry with a spacious upstairs bedroom.
Caste fire heating. Carport. Elevated with mature trees.
AUCTION (unless sold prior)12.00pm, Wed 11th
February, 2015 at Property Brokers Office, 45 Tainui
Julie 027 696 0774 Trevor 027 231 0117
would like to announce
Our Lesley will finish on Friday
January 30, 2015.
She will be greatly missed by all our
staff and customers.
We wish her the absolute best
for her retirement.
bifold window, brand
new, double glazed, 2.8
x 1.320. $800. Phone
CALL US TODAY ON
03 769 7900
$4.50 PER WEEK
MINING permit 54274,
Larry's Creek, fully con-
sented. Phone Terry
Young 732 8204.
SELLING. Patio heater,
Gascraft make, table top
size. 930mm height,
3400 diameter, 1250mm
hose. $50 ono. Phone
PANASONIC 32 inch
tv. $150. Phone 768
Harlequin & Rugger Shorts, Taslon full leg zip
track pants, Practice Rugby Jerseys
32 Tainui St.
Phone: 768 6726
all available from
- Heart of the West Coast -
Two vehicles have been
removed from public
• A grey 626 Ford
Station Wagon, regis-
PX9129 left on
• A red Holden Saloon,
TR606 left on
Both vehicles are in
storage for a 10 day
period and if not claim-
ed will be disposed of
by sale or otherwise.
All parties interested in
the vehicles must con-
tact the Grey District
within 10 days on phone
027 437 5452.
If the vehicle is not
claimed the Grey
District Council may
dispose of it (sell or
otherwise) after the 10
day period has expired.
weeks old. Ready to
start laying February.
$30 each. Phone 732
SELLING. Grey High
small. Brand new, never
been worn. $20. Phone
SELLING. Grey Main
school tops, $5 and
polar fleece, $8 and $14.
Phone 762 7371.
SELLING. One alum-
inium window, bronze,
obscure glass. 1000h x
800w. $50. Phone 768
SELLING. Lambs, ewes
and wethers. $80 each,
six months old. Phone
SELLING. Bernina sew-
ing machine. Goes really
well. $80. Phone 768
SELLING. One alum-
inium window, bronze.
1000h x 1600w. $100.
Phone 768 7891.
SELLING. Hay, top
quality $8 a bale. Phone
021 924 404.
SELLING. Philips dvd
video surround sound
system. $60. Phone 768
LOST. Black cycle bag,
Phone 768 0286.
SELLING. Queen size
mattress and base. $100.
Phone 762 6659.
$30 off all
In Stock Now
Lost and Found
SELLING. Trailer loads
lawn clippings. $10
trailer. Phone 768 6253
SELLING. Six seater
Phone 768 0502.
SELLING. Two single
drawer mahogany bed-
side tables. $40 each.
Phone 768 7891.
Harcourts West Coast
PGG Wrightson Real Estate Ltd
Property Brokers Greymouth - EV Arthur Ltd
Ray White Greymouth - West Coast Real Estate Ltd 768 0500
SELLING. Two guinea
pigs. $15 each. Phone
pedestal lamp. $15.
Phone 768 6332.
WANTED. Lower half
of an older style shop
mannequin. Phone 768
027 479 5669
021 116 5353
(03) 755 6407
(03) 755 8809
West Coat — Painters and Decorators
021 0293 5498
Greymouth Car Centre
PB Davy Auto Electrical and Mechanical
Smith Speed and Spares
Tasman Tyre Treads Ltd
MEMBERS DRAW $300
MEMBERS DRAW $300
FRIDAY JANUARY 23
FRIDAY JANUARY 23
WILL BE PLAYING
WILL BE PLAYING
courtesy van available
wednesday and friday
ph 768 4000
New members and reciprocal members welcome.
To be listed in this daily directory
just contact Brooke on 03 769 7925
$2 plus GST per day
Available in Monday, Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday Greymouth Star
www.regentgreymouth.co.nz or 03 768 0920
Thursday January 22, 2015
5 x R2 Jersey heifers: C10
Run with the bull
15 x 15 month beef X steers: C10
10 x Fr bull calves: C10
5 x Murray grey heifer calves: C10
All cattle to have current TB tests and be NAT
Contact: Peter Millar
027 348 4022
027 768 0449
In Stock Now
Cortina D’ampezzo (Italy)
Tiger Woods has another reason not
to like cameras — it cost him a tooth.
Woods made a surprise visit to Italy
to watch girlfriend Lindsey Vonn
capture her record 63rd World Cup
The photo that generated all the
buzz was Woods missing his front
The culprit, according to his agent,
was a camera.
“D uring a crush of photographers as
the awards podium at the World Cup
event in Italy, a media member with
a shoulder-mounted video camera
pushed and surged toward the stage,
turned and hit Tiger Woods in the
mouth,” Mark Steinberg of Excel
Sports said in an e-mail.
“ Woods’ tooth was knocked out by
the incident. ”
Woods had been wearing a scarf
with a skeleton pattern over the lower
part of his face, sunglasses and a
The photo was taken when the scarf
Steinberg was travelling and did not
say when Woods would have the tooth
Golf ’s biggest — and most
photographed — star returns to
competition next week in the Phoenix
Open, and his smile is sure to produce
a stream of shutters from the cameras.
Woods has a long history with
cameras, often frustrated when
shutters go off in the middle of his
One notable episode came during
the Skins Game in 2002 when a
corporate photographer clicked his
camera as Woods was hitting a shot
from the bunker on the final hole.
His former caddie, Steve Williams,
took the camera and set it on a steep
bank of a pond so that it tumbled into
Another time, Woods was on
the verge of his first bogey-free
tournament at a World Golf
Championship in Ireland when a
camera clicked at the top of his tee
He made bogey, but still won. — AP
Tiger Woods’ front tooth knocked out
Tiger Woods with his missing tooth, in Italy.
Bowling Club Ian
McEwen Triples will be
played at the Blaketown
green on Saturday, with
12 teams entered.
Teams entered are
skipped by K Wright, P
Moreton, W Johnsen,
A McLean, W Rodden,
E Holley, D Fields, S
Pascoe, S Aynsley, K
Smythe, J Lynch and B
Four more entries can
Entries open for
Belinda Cordwell captures imagination
The 23-year-old Cordwell put tennis in
New Zealand in the spotlight with her run
to the last four in 1989. The Wellingtonian
reached the semi-finals, alongside luminaries
such as Steffi Graf, Gabriela Sabatini and
Brett Steven takes on Pete Sampras
In his first appearance in Melbourne Steven
trumped world No18 Thomas Muster and
Australian No1 Richard Fromberg on his
way to the last eight. The 71st ranked Stevens
then faced Sampras, emerging with credit
from a 3-6 2-6 3 -6 defeat.
Onny Parun reaches final (1973)
Sure, the field was smaller (64 compared
with 128) but this was a stunning
achievement. He won five consecutive
matches before losing to seven time major
champion John Newcombe 3-6 7-6
Chris Lewis makes history (1977)
The New Zealander was responsible for one
of the more extraordinary results in grand
slam history in 1977. Lewis beat Roscoe
Tanner in the opening round, the first time
ever a defending champion had fallen at the
first hurdle. Since that time the feat has been
repeated on only three other occasions across
all grand slams.
‘King Kelly’ reaches quarter finals (1987)
Evernden was ranked 298 on the eve of the
event — partly due to injury problems. But
he fired in Melbourne that year, sweeping
past five Americans, including world No
23 Johan Kriek. He was defeated by Wally
Masur in the quarter final.
Brett Steven faced Pete Sampras, at the 1993 Australian Open emerging with credit
from a 3-6 2-6 3-6 defeat.
Australian Open top five:
Great NZ moments
With Marina Erakovic taking the court today at the Australian Open,
New Zealand Herald tennis writer MICHAEL BURGESS picks five
big New Zealand highlights in Melbourne.
Onny Parun reached the 1973 Australian
Open final, before losing to seven-time major
champion John Newcombe.
Selling when your stock is high
is often a wise move and that is
what Jeremy Thrush has done.
Since he was named the world
under-19 player of the year in
2004, many of his admirers
waited for the Wellington lock to
blossom in to one of the game’s
dominant tight forwards.
The development was steady
rather than rapid and his eventual
All Black debut came in 2013,
five years after he made his first
Super Rugby appearance for the
Last year he took a major
step forward as he became one
of the more consistent locks
going around and his man-of-
the-match performance during
the All Blacks’ 24-16 win over
Scotland on the end of year tour
signed off on an impressive 2014.
Thrush had pushed his stock as a
player to an all-time high.
So, like any wise investor, Thrush
has cashed in at the right moment
and agreed to join Gloucester in
England on a two-and-a-half-
season deal, following this year’s
Financial terms were not
discussed when Thrush hosted a
conference call with the media
yesterday but he will not be
playing for a can of Coke and a
packet of chips and acknowledged
it was a good time for him to head
“O bviously when you go over
there or to those countries, the
money ’s always a little bit better
than what it is for some people in
New Zealand and I guess that had
a little bit to do with it,” Thrush
said of his decision to move.
“But it was also what I wanted
to do ... in the later years of
my career and what I wanted
to achieve and I wanted to try
The 29-year-old said there were
a range of factors that contributed
to his breakout international
season in 2014, including the
harsh reality of missing the June
series against England, which
ser ved as motivation. But when
he got his opportunity during the
Rugby Championship, Thrush
did not look back.
“I knew what I had to do and it’s
just more I had the processes and
how everything went with the All
Blacks and the weeks and how
everything’s planned,” he said. “It
just all kind of worked out in the
There is a rising crop of young
locks who will be fighting for
World Cup spots this year,
alongside Thrush, to join
established second-rowers Sam
Whitelock and Brodie Retallick.
Thrush, who has 11 test caps to
his name, is one of a number of
All Blacks who will likely head
offshore following the World
Cup as Ma’a Nonu and Dan
Carter have signed lucrative deals
Gloucester, who are coached by
former Brumbies mentor Laurie
Fisher, boast New Zealand prop
John Afoa in their ranks, while
Chiefs utility Tom Marshall will
join the side after this year’s Super
“I liked the way that they ’re
looking to go forward,” Thrush
said. “ They ’re a team that ’s
rebuilding a little bit at the
moment. They want to contest
for titles and obviously it might
not happen straight away but that
kind of excited me and I look
forward to being over there and
hopefully helping them achieve
their goals.” — NZME
Thrush sells at right time
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