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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

ADELAIDE. October 18.—Mr. Gawlor, solicitor of the Real Property Act, proceeds to New Zealand, to initiato the Act there.—Attention is being called to the growth of chicory here.—The official hours of the Government clerks have been fixed from 9.30 to 4 p.m.-The luncheon half-hour is to be discotitinued.— Several private matches are likely to result from last Saturday's steeple-chase. —The Assembly is busy discussing the settlement clauses of the Land Bill.—The debate on the Suburban Waterworks Bill has been adjourned; for a fortnight, to obtain the report of the; select committee on the position held by the Adelaide Corporation. - The Post Office tower j is to be illuminated on the Ist November,' boing the anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone by Prince Alfred. ; October 19.—Our Ballarat visitors are so pleased with their inspection of the country that they, to-morrow, make a proposal to Government for working 10,000 acres of the Murray flats.—The flower show, to-day, i...

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LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

LAUNCESTON. October 22.—One pound weight of gold.w*f washed at the Don, from three buckets of stuS. , Oue nugget weighed 2£ ozs.

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

HOBART TOWN. October 19.—At the Sessions, amannamett? Connelly, eighty yeara old, was found guuty^K. murdering Burton, at Westbury, with an «c--—A bathing company hai been initiated.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

Fit AN CIS J. SHOETT, MACHINE HAIR-BRUSHIPiG- SALOON. THIS Establishment is one of the most complete in New Zealand, where you can get your Hair Cut, Curled, Dyed, or Shampooed in all the newest fashions of the day. s. d. Haircutting ... ... O 6 Shampooing 1 0 Shaving 0 6 In calling the attention of trie Auckland public. F. J. S. has much pleasure in stating that he has.done all in his power to make his Establishment as complete and comfortable as possible, and can assure gentlemen that they will meet with extreme cleanliness, civility, and attention. Tobacco and Cigars of the finest brands. First-class Perfumery ; Brush ware in variety. FEANCIS J. SHOETT, 176, QUEEN-STREET, (Opposite Darby's Thistle Hotel and Market Place), AUCKLAND.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

rr?ANTED—ROUGH GREENSTONE. W —Apply at the office of thia paper. TTTANTED TO LET—A SIX-STALLED YV STABLE, Prince of Wales Hotel, jjobson-strset. COTTAGE. WANTED TO ENT—A COTTAGE in the outskirts of the City or Suburbs. If with a garden, preferrert. Kent moderate. Address, stating rent and position, to G., Stab Office. ■ TO LET—A Billiard Room and Table, on reasonable terms to a respectable person. —Apply office of this paper. HELLER'S WONDJiBS. CITY HALL, mHURS DA V, NOVEMBER 3ed. Fiust Appeabance in Auckland of ME. EOBEET HELLEE, The moat celebrated Entertainer that ever visited the Antipodes. MAGIC ! — MUSIC !! — MYSTERY ! ! ! MUSIC ! — MAGIC ! ! — MYSTERY ! ! ! Numbered seats, 35.; unreserved, 25.; back Beats, Is. Plan of seats at Mr. Cucksey'B, where places may be secured. PEINOE OF WALES THEATRE. TO THE PUBLIC.—Iti consequence of the great success of the renowned GIANT CHANG, and at the request of many influential residents, Messrs Stuart O'Brien and Lord have effected a re-eng...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

T° -3?1 G- w°° D ' ESQ- Si R —"We the undersigned Electors of Parnell, j request that you will allow yourself to be placed in nomination to represent the interest of our constituency in the forthcoming Parliament, and we pledge ourselves to use our best endeavours to secure your return. «•••.• c J C Firth C. Alexander t j' M DargaviUe Henry Gilberd Barton Ireland W. A. Clarke Walter Ewen H. Brett Andrew Beveridge W. S. Wilson E Waymouth E. Bennett John Batger K. Wylde Browne George Fraser J. C. MacCormick F Whitson James Harris i E. H. Stevenson S. Bright Win. McGregor Hay O. M. Quintall H. M. Nation Robt. Cranwell James Wrigley Robert Cliffe J. N. Booker Henry Pearce William Hay Pearson Gardiner Octs. Smallfleld Robert Brown James Ferguson F. W. Stevens J. W. Proece John Abbot - J. Winks F. W Ruck Thos. M. King William North W. H. Davis J. B. Strange Thos. Phillipson G. M. Robertshaw Chas. Canning J. Home j Harkneas Hamilton Edward McGarngle W. Morrin Thos. Fordyce J. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

NOW ON VIEW, IT "AimiUE'S AUCTION MAET." FOR PRIVATE SALE. Selected Expressly for this Market • direct from the manufactureks, • PIANOS— A few first-class Instruments, in Walnut. Rosewood, and Pollard Oak cases, by " Hopkinson," and " Burling and Burling." EARMONIUMS, by " Alexandra"—One in Walnut case with seven stops, one in Oak case with three stops, tvo in Oak case without stops. VIOLINS, GUITIRS, CONCERTINAS, FLUTES, &c. L,OOO PIECES OF MUSIC —Vocal and Instrumental. Also," 3EWING- MACHINES of the latest designs, on "Tiomas"' and "Wheeler and Wilson's" principles; superior handsome articles. C. AETHOE & SON, Auctioneers, QUEEN-STREET. October 12, IS7O. T. B. HANIN TAFOED, LAND, HOUSE, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, PUBLIC WRITER, ACCOUNTANT, AND COLLEOTOR, SERVANTS' REGISTRY OFFICE, HIGH-S...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

AUCKLAND NAVAL ARTILLERY AND NAVAL VOLUNTEERS. THE Monthly INSPECTION will be held in the Drill Shed, Fort Britomart, THTS (Tuesday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Band to attend. Absentees will be fined. THOMAS E. GUILDING, Captain Commandant. Naval Office, November 1, 1870. FOR SALE OR TO LET, A SHOP and DWELLING situated in Owen-street, Grahamstown, nearly opposite the Empire Hotel, known as " Mills's" General Store. The above to be let or sold on reasonable fci rms. For further particulars Epply to W. FINDLY, On the premises, or to J. J. MILLS, Victoria-street, Auckland. U. B.—One hundred good Picks on hand far sale. Apply to J. J. M. NOTICE. THE PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between tHe undersigned, has this daybeen DISSOLVED by mutual consent. SAMUEL COCHRANE, WM. S. COCHRANE. Fort-street, Auckland, October 31, 1870. WITH reference to the above, we, the undersigned, beg to notify that we have this day ENTERED into PARTNERSHIP, as Auctioneers, Land and Commiss...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

Auction Sales WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. BY OEDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. PROPERTY IN HOB3ON-STREET. The subscribers have received instructions to sell, by order of the Mortgagee, on "Wednesday, November 2j at 12 o'clock, PART OF ALLOTMENT 22, Section 38, of the town of Auckland, 25 feet frontage to liobson-streefc, by a depth of 12Gfeefc, with the large and comfortable _ ten-roomed ■ House erected thereon, situated immediately opposite St. Matthew's Church, and adjoining Mr. Grubb's properly. SAMUEL COCHRANE & SON, Auctioneers. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. PIANOFORTE, HARMONIUM, MUSIC iL INSTRUMENTS, STATIONERY, BOOKS, ARTISTS 1 MATERIALS, ORNAMENTS, &c, &c, &a. UNDER BILL OF SALE. The subscribers have been instructed to sell, on Thursday, November 3, at 11 o'clock, mHE ENTIRE STOCK X of Mr. H. J. Woods, Thames, removed to the Rooms of Mr. C. Bonnington (Webb's Music Saloon), Wellesley-street, where they will be sold without reserve. STAT...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

Auction Sales WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. EXCHANGE SALE ROOMS. GROCERIES, WINES AND SPIRITS, PROVISIONS, &c, &c, &c. GEO. W. BIN'ITET Will sell by public auction, afc the Exchange bale Rooms, on Wednesday, November 2. at 11 o'clock sharp, GRO CERIES Provisions Wines ar.d Spirits, &c, &c, Farticulars in future advertisement. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. EXCHANGE SALE ROOMS. TO COEN MERCHANTS, DEALERS, AND OTHEBB. GEO. W. BINNEY Will sell by public auction, at the Exchange Wale Booms, on Wednesday, November 2, at 11 o'clock sharp, Ex 'Banshee,' QW BAGS BARLEY Oil 40 Cheese 11 bales Uacon. Ex ' Taranaki,' 81 sacks Superior Wheat. Ex ' Strathnaver,' 180 bags Oats 30 Cheese. Ex ' Taranaki,' 30 bags Duncan Flour 70 bags Anderson and Mowatt'a Flour 59 bags Anderson and Mowalt'a Oatmeal 15 bags Duncan's Oatmeal. Ex ' Colonist,' " 110 bags Maize. Also, ex Late Arrivals, 169 bag 3 Wheat 313 bags Bran 34 bags Wilson Ffour, each lOOl...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

FOUR MILLION LOAN. A FRIEND in need ia a FRIRN'D indeed. £ '""""■ z NO MEECY! NO MEECT! UP TO THE TIMES—DOWN WITH THE PEICE! DEFY COMPETITION ! ! ! G-o to every Shop and try them, and then come and see your FRIKND. You will find he is selling 50 per cent. cheaper than any other house. A FEIEND TO ALL. DOWN by the Union Bank FELENDS Clothing Store does stand ; . Although your FRIEND, he don't give credit, or take your note of hand. The reason why he can't do this, he sells his Goods so low, Far cheaper than in other shops, which everyone mußt, know. He never yet attempted so to take the public in As those who when you pay a pound, they give five shillings in. Who has not sense enough to know, that discount is all puff ? First they stick the prices on, then take it off —what stuff! Then why iot try your FRIEND ? You really can't do better; He makes one price, and that so cheap ; he'll suit you to a letter. His C< &...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

THE WAY TO OBTAIN SOUND HEALTH. lat.—Cleanse the Stomach from all offensiv. ac'eu nulntions, which so usually produce funi-ti. nal derang ment, vitiating the food. 2nd.—Purifj the blood fruru acrid and cor iupi humors, and you will remove the causes of the greatest mass of the diseases which afflict so many of the human family. AEEMEDY, proved by thirty years' experience, capable of effecting such a desirable and important purpose, is still before the public in WHELPTON'S VEG-ETABLE PURIFYING PILLS. This famous Medicine has proved its value in Diseases of the Head, Chest, Bowls, liver, and Digestive < rgans, Kidneys, &c.; also, in Rheumatism, Ulcers, Sores, and Skin Diseases, it beinu a direct Purifier of the Blood and other fluids of the human body. See handbills given away by agents. Prepared and sold wholesale and retail in boxes, Is, Is 6d, 2s 9.1, and 3s 6d each, by Or. WHELPIOJN & SON, 3 Crane Court, Fleetstreet, London; and may be had of all...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

001818 <Sc OO.'S TELEGRAPHIC LINE OF MAIL COACHES TO MEET THE TIMES ! GREAT REDUCTIONS IN FARES TO THE WAIKATO. ALL THE WAT TO NGAEITAWAHIA, TWENTY-FIVE SHILLINGS TIME TABLE. Leave Auckland every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6- 30 a.m., for— s. d. b. d. OTAHUHU 2 0 POINT RUSSELL 15 0 PvPATOITOI 4 0 , NGARUaWaHIA 25 0 PAPAKmtA .' 5 0 HAMILTON 30 0 DRChY 6 0 I CAMBRIDG-E 35 0 Leave Ngaruawahia every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 6 '30 a.m., for— s. d. s. d. POINT RUSSELL PAPATOITOI ... 20 6 DRURT 19 0 OTAHUHU 23 0 PAPaKURA 20 0 AUCKLAND 25 0 Parcels forwarded to all parts of the Waikato, and must be paid for before leaving the office. We don't hold ourselves responsible for any parcels value over £5. DAILY TIME TABLE. Leave Auckland at 8 a.m. for Leave Drury at 12 noon for Otahuhu Papat oetoe Pa] akura Papatoetoe Papakura Drury. Ota'iuhu Auckland Leave AuckLmd at 3 p.m. for Leave Drury at 7.30 a.m. for Otahulm Papatoetoe Papakura Papatoetoe Papakura Dtury Otahuhu...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

T M. LENNOX'S # MONTHLY LIST or FARMS, HOUSES, AND ALLOTMENTS NOVEMBER, 1870. HOUSE, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, &c, HIGH-HTBEET, AUCKLAND. £3T Purchases of Property Negotiated ; Rents Collected ; Estates Valued; Money Advanced on Firstclass Securities—no charge made to lender. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES FOR SALE. FARMS. FARM of 50 acres, 14 miles south, fronting the main road. The land is all under cultivation, with the exception of 5 acres of bush for firewood. The farm is well watered, and has a four-roomed dwellinghouse erected upon it. Price £520; £26U of the money can remain for 3 years at 7J- per cent. FARM of 37 acres of choice land, adjoining the Maori pa, Lake; the property has a fine beach frontage ; price £150—87a. FARM of 180 acres at Maungaturoto, adjoining Mr. Boot's farm. There are 5 acres cleared and in grass, Price £100—84a. FARM of 100 acres of good land at the Orewa, adjoining Major De Grutt's. Price £200—86a. FARM of 200 acres at Stokes 1 Point, adjoining Mr. Ha...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 November 1870

LENNOX'S MONTHLY LI3TU ! Continued. RESIDENCE at Remuera, Hobson's Bay load, to gether with 10 acres of rich land; also, garden* orchard, stocked with choice fruit trees. Th ß red*' denoe contains eight rooms, command! a pictnrwouiiview. and is situated within three minutet' walk n f the beach—2la. . ol RESIDENCE in Seafield View, with freehold allot ment, well, etc.; price £250. 11 ACRES of fine Suburban Land, with the dwellW house thereon erected. The property is situated within one mile from town, and has a largt front*** to the New Great North Road. The soil is volcanic; There is a good kitchen garden, orchard, etc, etc.— DURHAM-STREET, ClTY.—Larg» Stor», with free hold allotment.—l. SYMONDS-STREET.—Three large residences, wltfc freehold ground—7. Two HOUSES in Albert-street, city—2B. RESIDENCE in Symonda-street, having 10 room* (leasehold)— 32. HOUSE, Brick, near All Saints' Church, Ponganbr Road. Price £100-130. ' SUSSEX PLACE.—Five roomed House—H FIRST-CLASS FAMILY RESIDENCE ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 November 1870

The Evening Star. Vol. I.—No. 255.1 AUCKLAND, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. [Price One Penny.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 November 1870

STEAM BETWEEN AUCKLAND AND THAMES. THE STEAMER ' WILLIAMS' WILL leave punctually at the advertised time, as follows : — AUCKLAND : DAILY, at 10.30 o'clock a.m. TABABU : DAILY, at 3 o'clock p.m. H. M. JERVIS, Agent. STEAM TO THE THAMES. THE p.s. 'DUKE OF EDINBURGH.' TIME TABLE. 7BOM AUCKLAND: Wednesday, 2nd November, at 6 o'clock afternoon. Thursday, 3rd November, at 7.30 o'clock evening Friday, 4th November, at 8.30 o'clock evening Saturday, sth November, at 2 o'clock afternoon PBOM GBAHAMSTOWDT : Wednesday, 2nd November, 10.30 o'clock morning. Thursday, 3rd November, at 11.30 o'clock morning Friday, 4th November, at 12.30 o'clock afternoon Saturday, sth November, at 8 o'clock morning THAMES GOLDFIELES. riIHE following well-known Cutters continue 1 to TRADE regularly between AUCKLAND and the THAMES, conveying Cargo at current rates ! — ' GLANCE.' ' HARRIET.' •LEE.' 'CORNSTALK.' ♦SEVERN.' 'MAID OF THE MILL.' M. NICCOL, Agent, Custom-house-street. STEAM TO WHANGAREI AND THE BAY OF ISL...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 November 1870

STEAM TO WANGAREI & MANGAPAI. THE s.s. 'GO-AHEAD,' /^APTAIN FARQUHAR, will leave the J Queen-street Wharf on'THURSDAY next, November 3, at 5 p.m. For Freight or Passage, apply to S. HAGUE SMITH. EOR TAURANGA DIRECT. The regular trader «T AUR ANG A,' CMOELLER, Master, will leave as above . THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, 2nd instant. " • For freight or passage a|?ply%n board. FOR TARANAKI, NELSON, PICTON, WELLINGTON, LYTTELTON, OTAGO, AND THE BLU F. (Booking Passengers and Cargo to "West port, Greymouth, and Hokitika). The Fast and Favorite Royal Mail s.s. 'PICEBE 1 CAPTAIN WORSP, will leave the Manukau for above ports immediately after the arrival of the ' Wonga Wonga' from Honolulu. For Freight or Passage apply to CRUICK3HANK, SMART & Co., Agents, Queen-street, Auckland; or, LEDGER & FRANCIS, Agents, Grahams town, Thames. STEAM TO THE FIJI ISLANDS. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S LINE OF STEAMERS. MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, AU...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 November 1870

MESSRS. G. JSASH & CO., DEAPEES AND CLOTHIEES, HAVE ON HAND A HILL-ASSOSTED STOCK OF MILLINEEY, AND CLOTHING The whole of whicn mey are now Selling at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. SPECIAL NOTICE , !; FOB, OCTOBER. FIRST SHIPMENT (ex' Aboukir') for the Season of £2,000 worth of SPRING and SUMMER DRAPERY, together with a Large Lot of NEW GOODS bought lately at auction wiU be offered at CL&ARING-OTJT PRICES, AT R. HO BBS,' UPPEE QUEEN AND WAKEFIELU-STREETS. §gp Having just completed " Stock-taking," and finding an OVERSTOCK in many Departments, a great many " JOB LINES" will be brought forward during the month and sold. N.B.—A Large Lot of WHITE STRAW (Ladies' and Children's) HATS for the Summer at Is. each. Hat Ornaments at nominal prices. Ready Money and no abatement. MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING in great variety. 11 0 B B 8, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAPER, JUNCTION DBAPURI WABMHOTJSE, UPPER QUEEN AND WAZEFIELD...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 November 1870

RIGHT MAN IN THE EIGHT PLACE. CASH PALACE, QUEEN-STREET THREE DOOES ABOVE LOGGIE, BUTCHEH. J ' ' ' ' ■ ' ■ ' ' ' ■■..."" SOLE PKOPEIETOB— I 11. F>. CO H E N,;. DOWN WITH MONOPOLY! ' "~""""""""""^""""* ' ■ . m ..'"'■ .:'■' i '.'■ ■ ''■- TT P. COHEN invites tie Public to look at Ms List of Prices, and then oome tnd see the quality, aa every Article is guaranteed. The following is a List of some of the Goods he has on sale : 20 HALF-CHESTS TEA, the Finest Tea in the Province, at 2s. per lb. 17 HALF-CHESTS TEA, Medium, at Is. 6d. per lb. 250 DOZEN PLATES, at 3s. 6d. per dozen 10 CWT. PRIME CANTERBURY CHEESE, at Bd. per lb. BEST BRAND PICKLES, Bja. per bottle. 150 DOZEN BOWLS, from 3s. per dozen. . ; PEIME BUTIER, 6d., 7d., and Bd. jiei-lbi!: ' 25...

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