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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

The Auckland Star. g foT"gjr NO - m AUCKLAND, !N.Z M THURSDAY, OCTOBEE 13, 1910. ao pages.) PBICE-Ox>TE PEKN^

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

TABLE TALK. A boisterous night. Eacing- at Xapier and Otaki to-day. ■Unruly crowd at the Domain. Tester-, day. Arbitration Court business nearly concluded. South British Insurance Company's annual meeting , this morning. Ttaly has refused a harbour to the monks expelled from Portugal. Artists were in a fervid humour at the Society of Arts meeting last night. Bay of Atonement, 'the last and most solemn day of the Jewish- penitential period. A true bill has been returned:., against Crippen and Le Neve at the quarter sessio_<3. The Native Land Court, fitting at Dargaville yesterday, granted eighteen successive orders. President Braga does not -see why women should not have the vote-at the Assembly election. The Terra Nova, ihas arrived at lel•bourne. Captain Scott leaves for jN'ew , Zealand on Saturday. * An Australian mail ex -will arrive in Auckland by to-morrow morning's mail train. The French railway strike has extended all over the country. Paris load supplies are short...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

SSSSWiG- COM| U' PANY OF NEW £ ZEALAND- LIMITED. s tP| — t I • *g£%ori£ dSumst/nceJ 3 Pi'-~ YEW PLYMOUTH. "(From OnehonraJ,SM 16th Oct., 3 p.m...2.30 tr. till n a.m : _Saturday_ JS%Vmouth _ "wellington, pic- nelson. J»»^'' a Vßaihfa} : till 11 a.m. BjjgiOClHlnrSEW PLYMOUTiIj. ggElSfi- Onenungaj Satnraay. 15th O<-t.. 2 p.m. Satnrday. 13th Oct., noon ganioto. ■■•••• receivea after 10 a.m. % cargo ffiiat ;;|a tu rday, 22nd Oct.. noon tuparoa, TOKOMAEU BAY, GISBORNE, AND XAEIEB. pjidaj. 14th Oct.. noon a^^i^^ sß o^4 E -,, m : Monday, 2-»tn Oct.. 5.30 p.m. S* 6 ? 0 Fri. 3st Oct. (from W'gton) DfX*^ — r_ sDTAT7Fmr^ ~ , Wednesday, 26th Oct.. 2 p.m. FIJI ptboa. B«g4 s v«™». i3 ' LeTuka > _j_ • ■ Tuesday. Sth Nov.. 10 a.m. Jonß- ,, . -'■ Four weeks later only for Fiji. ° largßjeceivetl on sailing day. ISOTONGA AND TAHITI. S AOnra Sth Oct. , Soon * aTDa "" (Via San Franciscoj —rlsiDA, AJTEKICA. LONDON, etc. BUS-Z«al«niJ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

SHIPPING. - ORIHEBX CJTEAMSHU' TIME TABLE. (.Weather and other circumstances permitting.) PROPOSED SAILINGS. Sieamer. Date of Sailing. FOR RUSSELL AND OKCA. Clansman Every Mondiy, at? p.m. FOR KUSSELL, OPUA, WHANGAROA, AND MANGONUI. Clansman Every Wednesday, 5.30 p.m. *No cargo for Kussell aud Opua. fFOXI TE KAO AND I'AKEXGA. Chelnisfurd Monday. 24th. Oct.. uoon tfc'Oß AWANUI. HGUIiORA, WAIIiAKAKA, WHANGAROA, AND MANGONUI Apunui Every Monday. - p.m. -No cargo for Whauuaioa and MongonuL FOR TAURANGA. *Aupouri.... Monday, lTth Oct., 0.13 p.m. *Taking cargo ami passengers for Gtuwa. Aupouri Friday 14Lh Oct., 5.13 p.m. tFOU CANAAN L.iNDLNG AND 'lli I'UKE. Per Tauransa Steamer. Mondays. tFOU MATATA. Per Tauranga Steamer. fFOB MEIiCURV BAY. Waiotalii Friday, 14th Oct., 9 p.m. Waiotahi Monday, lTlh Oct., t> p.m. tFOU PORT CIIAULES, WIIANGAPOUA, HEKCDIQ' ISLAND, AND KENNEDY BAY. Paeroa Monday, ::4th Oct., midnight tFOK KDAOTUNU. Waiotahi Monday. 17lu Oct., 5 p m. tFOK TAIRUA. Wai...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

SHIPPING. TTUDDAItT — "DARKER T INE. FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE. I Circumsta-cces permitting, Steamers will j Sail as under:— j FROM AUCKLAND. SYDNEY; ] 1C TORI A .. Monday I Oct. 17 | 5.3U p.m. j NVIMMERA .. Monday Oct 31 5.31.1 p.m. 1 WE'STIi.ALIA Monday | Nov 14 5.30 p.m. FOR GISBOKNE, NAP IKE, WELLINGTON, LYTTELTGN. AND DUNEDIN. MiIMIiHA Tui>s<i;iy I Oct IS | 3 p.m. i VVEsTEALIA .. Tuesday | Nov 1 | 3 p.m. | WI.MMF.RA .... Tuesday | Not 15 | 3 p.m. | FKOM WELLINGTON. : FOX SYDNEY. I f'DLIMAEOA ............ Friday I Oct 28 | "7ULIMAROA Friday | Dec. 2 I i'OU MELBOURNE, VIA SOUTH ANU IiOHAKT. f • VIA MA BOA Thursday | Not 10 'Wireless Telegraphy. t Twiu ' Screw. Cargo fur Southern Steamer must be booked and alongside not later than NOON"; for other Steamers not less than TWO HOL'Ud before advertised sailing time. Ail Tickets for Stop-over or Return mutually interchangeable with the Union Co. OFFICE: 7, CUSTOMS-ST. 1 T H...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

•WANTED KNOWN. WANTED Known. —F. Lester, Saw Sharpening and Grinding Works, l-.-j.wn Mowers Ground, Locksmith, etc., 49. Elliutt-st.. near City M-irKt-r. Licensed Deali-!-. ANTED Known. —Thai the Cheapest place to buy Building Timber is at Morningside Timber Yard. —F. W. Chadwick, Proprietor. U7ANTEU Known—U.S.A. aiid Kaleiga '» Bicycles aud all Accessories Greatly Reduced." Send for price list.—H. Griuiinton, 243, Karangahapord. ANTED Known.—l , . Bryant supplies Two Tons Dry Ti-tree Stove Blocks ! for less than you pay for one ton of coal. . 'Phones 670 and 113 S. I riTiNTBU K.NOWN—Maekay, Bookseller, VV lnte of Lower Queeu-st.. now doing ! business in new premises next Unron Bunk, and opposite D.S.C. Y?y ANTED KNOWN — Winter has come, and the nights are cold, My Coal is the best to warm young aud old. Orders Promptly Delivered. Telephone 1553. JOHN W. ANDREW, EDEN TERRACE. XJ A X TED X N O W N — *' Window Blinds. :y:j; Verandah Screens, 3/, Curtain Poles, 1/9. PRIME,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

WANTED TO 538L1,. -RE YOU SELLING 7 tioenrane's, Ltd-. will sell for you, or buy outrignt Largest outlet in the Dominion means 30 par cent better prices. CITY. Hayden-st.—s Rooms and scullery; £380.— W. 1). McLean, So, Queeu-st. €•< HAULER ACTON, Auctioneer, New- J market, will give you every satisfaction if you inteud selling your furniture. Consult him immediately. /Combination chests ta-drawer), H2/C; ' splendid value in new Combination Pairs, from £3 1.1/. —11. Butcher, IU3, Kara iiga hape-rd., (.pp. Newton P.O. 130 IjVUKNI-TUKE al Factory Price—Wire Stretchers, Mattress, and Pillow, 18/ the lot; Combination Chest, 25/6; Leather Suites, from £3 18/; -Sideboard (mirror back), 50/. We manufacture all Classes of Furniture at wholesale price; satisfaction guaranteed. Repairs and Ya-cht Cushions a speciality.—At The Money-saving F-actory, Gβ. Vlctoria-st. West. TTANDSOME New Villa, 6 rooms, pantry, J—*- duiry; wash-house; every cony.; '2 to 15 acres; grass laud; handy -New...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

SITUATIONS •WANTED. AYOI'NO Lady, desirous of going to England, would take charge children or invalid in payment of passage.—Write I'.R.. 134, Star Office. 4U BARMAID, experienced, waJits Situation. —Address L.S., Post Office. 35 OOK-GENERAL ivauts Place; country preferred.—Address A.8., Y.W.C.A., Wellesley-st. 21) (TiOMPETENT Woman wants General V- , Housework by day; no Sunday work preferred-—Address Capable, 55, Star Office. 7TI,BRK. also Ticket - Writer aud Designer, ' wants Employment, living wage; flrstclnss refs. and willing.—Write J.A., 57, Star Office. 24 tVLERK -wants work: active; good teati- J moiiials; livin.s wage. Also knowledge of lettering and designing.—B.C., 132, Star Office. 20 JMIiRTIFICATJBD Plumuer requires Posiholder City and Guilds and Wellington certificates.—Apply Star Office. 25 EDuCATICJO, Capable Woman wants Position as Housekeeper, Matron iv a school, or any position of trust; is good manager and needlewoman. —Apply Willing, Y.W.C.A., Wellesley-st., by...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

SITUATIONS VACANT. "DIOGRAPH Operator watiteil urgently, J-* eompetetit man; must understand limelight and arc lamp.—Write Biograph, 141. Star Office. 07 "DOOT TRADE — 2 Young Girls wanted. -*-* for L'pper Department; also. Boy for Finishing Room. — Apply Walton, Lion Brand. Wakefleld-st. TJCTTLE'S Registry, Exchange-lane.—Al- ways Leading—Bushman, JKocperienced, 11/. S hours; Navvies, draining, 0/ S hours; Milkers, Men and Lads, 35/. 27/6, 25/, 22/6; Fiirm and Milking Couples: H.-Parlourmaids, Housemaids, Kitchenmaids: Waitresses (together;; Generals, L. Helps, ail 15/: W. Cooks, town, country, 30/, 25/: Nursegirls, Generals, 20/. Many waiting employment. 'Phone 3034[ ' ' 110 "EXCAVATING—-Wanted. 2 Men.—Apply, —' on job, behind. Clothing Factory, Yioletst., Eden Terrace. 103 OAUNDERS' REGISTRY, H.M. Arcade — Housemaids, 20/ 17/6 15/- Waitresses, 3 wanted, 15/; 2 Waitresses, assist, 17/6; Laimdwsses, iS/: W. Cooks, 35/, 25/. 20/; Cook-Generals,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

SITUATIONS VACANT. [Prepaid Advertisements not exceeding eighteen words. One Shilling; three consecutive insertions, Two Shillings and Sixpence.] ASSISTANT for Grocery wanted, with knowledge hardware and crockery; state experience, salary required, enclose testimonials.—r>_rvill, Storekeeper, Taihape. 2S "ORICKLAYEK wanted.—No. 7, -Vlinnie's X> Reserve, Arch Hill. 16 "OOl'S wanted for the factory.—Apply Mill -»-» Manager, Kauri Timber Co.. Ltd. 93 OOKKEEPEK wanted, one used to retail departmental work; wages £3.— Apply Box 2ae, Post-office. 1 LACKSMITHINU.—Wanted, first-class Shoeing and General Smith; none but good hands need apply.—H. Yeats, Hamilton. 0(1 T>OYS' Kaiekers m<l Shirts—Machinists JL* wanted urgently, constant employment. — llcek's Factory. Duudonald-st., Newtonrd. (Symonds-st. end). 28 OOT nicker] with small knowledge of cutCng patterns; good wasres; constant employment.— Coronno, Wellington. OOT TR...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 9 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

LOST AH3> FOTTHD. LOST, in or near O"wen-rd., a Gold Cable Bracelet; reward.—Apply Star Office. 25 OST, Monday. Young Sow Pig. Reward. .—F. Tnylor, St. Juuke's-n1.,. utforningside. TO LOST, on ilonday. Itemnera to town. Small Casting off a machine.—Eewajrd. apply Star Office. S3 T <EFT~ yesterday outside 'Bridginan's Store. Dominion-rd., Gent's Umbrella.—Finder please leave at Bridgnuan's Store. 10<H LOST, yesterday morning. «i Brown Marmot For, 3 tails and head; re^vard. —■ Hutcbinson Bros.' Crockery Depot, Queen-et. T OST. last Thvtrsday morning. Pint Grey Parrot, ehiklren'-s pet; find<vr rewarded—A-pply E. Wilson, .No. 7, iG-raham-st., City. 10S T OST, yesterday, a Gold •"'Nellie Stewart" 7 Bracelet: present from deceased mother. Keward.—G. Daries, Tailor, Quceii- l T OST. a Young Fos Terrier Dog, blact J-' hea-d. black spot on rump, registered collar. —Keward, 173, Karansahape-rd., Newton. S3 OST....

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THE GDLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

THE GDLDFIELDS. "vVAIHI GKAXD .JUXCTIOX. . - The return from the Wjihi Graftd Junction iline for tht.- four weeksmnding Octobej Ist was £ 11,002, the--iesu.lt •ot the treatment, of 741S tone, of ore. This brings up the total value-ofHhe bull.-on won i<, £300,020, made-up v.* fol-, iows:— ' ToraJ to end of XX» £26n,m 12 1 .T ;l naary, ISIO. 4410 tons .... S..WO 0 O Febrnary, 1010. .>iT9 was .. lo.on n> o Slarch, lflio. G4iso tons _ s 770 o <i April, 1910, SIMT tons LZll 7K» o o June 16. 1910, 83U0 tons, O 0 July, lsia 63uu tons ..., ja,]S o o August. 1310, fK2.T Tons !l.l,v»; „ ~ fcfpiember 8. T9IO, 7263 toni 12 ",17 on October lohs.__ llioua 0 v ——__»_£.'JGO.iji;'j 2 2 The las r-ablecl the London- -odk-e as follow^:—Martha lode east, .-Vo_s level- sotffe, ] grade. Xo - Empire louo. S,,_ C, level eas.C: Crossoit south- ul Sfioftj? hay«- cut- the reef -, 36in.-of 5 le,vel east- 049 it, low- jrrod.-. North xftef (Ala...

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THE SHARERMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

THE SHARERMARKET. r " :. BUSINESS-DONE. - 4 -" AT THE 10 A__C._L TO-DAY. Waihi:- Gi_di. JucrAirr 36 / At TTTTT. ViltfYV./- T a. V I_N_ . 3IANAG_I_' EEPOKTS. New Afagnet-—ln the-drive going west the qnartz broken down snows colours of gold. Sirverstrearn.—The tunnel is in SOSft The lode in Corbetfs level is 4ft wide. Very little sulphide has .been seen the last few days. An average sample assayed. 10/ pci ton. Zeerrait Consolidated. —The low level is ' now in 240 ft. The reef .'has opened out to| a fine body of quartz, 4 to 5 feet wide, and ( during breakirrg-down operations -this weekj about 51hs of picked stone was selected. A; good feature at present is that the gold-' 1 is showing well through tire reef and not: con lined to any particular wall. ]'. Mountain King.—No. stope a=t"the inter-j; mediate level is in 130 ft. The reef measures!" ltSn, and'tire ore shows nice eeams of sul-j. phide. No. 4 stope, in lifift, reef measures!,...

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WATER POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

WATER POWER. IMPORTANT SOURCE OVERLOOKED. (By Telesrni|,ij.—Parliamentary Reporter.) WHUrfNGTON, this day. A deputation representing Gisborne and Hawke's Bay waited on Sir Joseph Ward and the Hon. R. McKenzie. today, and prote-sted against the. omission of Waikaremoana from the Government's "wu-ter power proposals. ;Sir Joseph Ward intimated that it •was intended to proceed with the development either at Waika-remoana, or Te Reinga Fait. The matter had escaped his memory in the House last night- A further sum of about £320.000 ■would require to be added to the amount mentioned.

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LATE RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

LATE RACING. OTAKI BACES. i - SECOND DAY. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this flay. The-Otaki Racing Club's meeting was continued to-day. The course was slippery and the weather— overcast. Results are as follow:— iE Railway Handicap of 60sovs. six furlongs —Thetis, 0.7. 1: Gipsy Belle. a.O, 2; Sea Queen 6.10. 3. Also started: Dervish. Won by a head, a head between.-second _and third. ■Second Hack Hirraics <rf oosovs, li mile. Itu 1, Rnsegrove 2, Makiri 3. The only starters. Won by fonr lengths. Otaki Hack Handicap of BOsovs, seven furlongs.—Wtiipuuui, S-1L 1; Daius, 7 7 ••• Wild Bird. 7.7, :j. Trial Handicap of 4r>sov*, five furlongs. Goldsbey, i.12. 1; Merry Frank', 0.6, 2- Red Lupin. 8.0, ;:. Scratched: Kopane and Dusky Sound. NAPIER PARK RACES. SECOND DAY. (By Telegraph— Press Association.) GREEXMEADOWS, this day. The Napier Park Racing Club concluded their spriug meeting- to-day. Rain is falling, but a large number are present. Results aro a...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

CORRESPONDENCE.

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THE SALT WATER BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

THE SALT WATER BATHS. j (To the Editor.) Sir,—Being a constant visitor to the | Customs-street Baths, 1 wish to draw your attention to vhe slate it is in. The steps are in a frightful condition, and are covered with grease and slime pretty well from top to bottom. The turning boards are the same. The springboard and the shute are right alongside one another. The man going off tho shute stands a big chance <if being dived upon by the man going off the springboard, f am sure the swimmers would gladly welcome two or three more turn- I ing boards at each end. Something I I >liould 'lie done by the Council to remove J [ the present dangerous state of affairs, jor accidents will surely result.—t am, eu-., FEIGHTENED.

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THE OLD COLONISTS GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

THE OLD COLONISTS GATHERING. I .'To the Editor.) I Sir,—l quite agree- with the remarks ;of your reporter in bis description of I ihe above "that the singing of 'The Old Hundredth' and '<_> (!od, our help in ages I past,' was something to be remembered." i think it might be termed magnificent. But 1 hope i shall be pardoned if I veni ture to question the propriety--of insertj ing original productions in the programme of these true gatherings. I un; feignedly wish many more years of ' healtli and happiness to the "old lady of 79" who composed the one that appeared the other day, and which was read by the Rev. .Mr. Lyon. Notwithstanding, if I had the houotir of beiug a member of tho executive, i should rigorously oppose the inclusion of any new matter ou these occasions, whether of poetry or music. Who knows what poetic fires may be latent in the breasts ' of these old colonists, and if once they find vent in co...

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THE MANAGERE BRIDGE EMBANKMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

THE MANAGERE BRIDGE EMBANKMENT. (To the Editor.! Sir,—Tn your issue of yesterday (the 11th inst) Captain Neale simply reiterates bis opinion that the harbour would silt up, and that a collection of sewage would take place opposite the 'town on the foreshore if an embankment were built at the site of the present bridge. But he dot-.; not give a single fact or reason in support of his statement. On the contrary, he totally ignores the facts which I gave in mine of the 6th inst.. by which 1 showed that only an embankment could prevent the sewage being washed back, as it is all to be discharged on the seaward side of the present bridge, ?o the residents should be glad of this protection. If .my silting up were possible, surely it vould take place alongside tbe long approach to the bridge, which is about 1400 ft in length at the Hangere end, -with practically still water on either side when the tide is in, and no current to carry off any silt. But there lias been no silting whatever. Wit...

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GIVE THE CANVASSER A CHANCE! [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 13 October 1910

GIVE THE CANVASSER A CHANCE! Cl'o the Editor.) Sir, —During the present century the writer has turned his hand aud brain to a good many things iv quest of a living, but, candidly speaking, about the most trying occupation 1 ever attempted was that of a canvasser. >Some people I think it is an easy life. Not at all! It I looks easy, but looks are often deceptive, and the lot of -an agent In many capaci, ties is au unenviable one, so 1 -would ask your thousands of readers to gh'e the canvasser a chance, be is just as human — and lias the same feelings as the .balance of those struggling with this mortal coil. Of course, anyone in this line hits a good time occasionally, by what we term a run of luck, but taken all through it is a hard, unsettled, and worrying business and 1 have heard it said that a person wants the heart of a lion to stick to it. but i think in some lines of business, one would require the hearts of a complete menagerie overcrowded with exceptionally brave...

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