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PERSONAL NOTES FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

PERSONAL NOTES FROM LONDON. NEW ZEALANDERS ABROAD. (From Our Special Correspondent.) LONDON, July 7. Lady Stout, of New Zealand, at the ladies' dinner of the London Chamber of Commerce held recently at the Savoy Hotel, opened a discussion on "What the Pioneer Women of the Colonies have done for the Empire," and pointed out that New Zealand was colonized in a way different from the other colonies. Tlie women went out at the first with the men, and, sharing the hardships, helped them to make the homes and the country. That was why, she opined, the women of New Zealand had had more consideration from the men than the women of the other countries had. *?? Dr. Wallis, late Bishop of Wellington, is, in obedience to medical orders, taking life very quietly for a month or two, but writes that he is already much better. Mrs. Wallis is in the best of health, and has been up in London this week attending meetings of the Girls' Friendly Society. Mr. B. C. Barripp. of A...

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TWELVE GOLD RINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

TWELVE GOLD RINGS. EVASION OF DUTY. AUCKLAXDEfi FINED £30. In the Summons Division of the. Water Police Court at Sydney on August Bth, before Mr. Pay ten, S.M., Inspector Dono■hue of the Customs Department, proceeded against Alexander Phillips, on a charge of evading the payment of duty on twelve gold rings which were alleged to have been imported into the Commonwealth on February 24 last by the defendant. The evidence of Senior-detective talker was to the effect that he searched the defendant's room at a Marrickville hotel, but was unable to discover anything Subsequently defendant produced 12 gold rings, which he said had 'been manufactured in Auckland, and he had .brought them to New South Wales by the steamer Wimmera. The value of die rings was £30, and the duty would be £9. Inspector Donahue stated that ihe believed tihe defendant wa* a dealer in jewellery. Phillips, in his evidence, stated that he was a horse-dealer and resided in Auckland New Zealand, but -at present was livi...

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DINNER TO ATHLETES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

DINNER TO ATHLETES. FOOTBALLERS AND RUNNERS. On Saturday evening the Auckland Rug-by Union entertained the Thames football representatives and the competing teams in the New Zealand crosscountry championship at the Royal Hotel. Mr. A. E. Devore, president of the union, presided, and after dinner had been disposed of, proposed the toast of "The King," and then welcomed the guests. Mr McDougall, chairman of the Thames Union, and Mr. Cooper, selector, responded on behalf of the footballers. Mr. McDougall expressed the pleasure of the team at their treatment at the hands of the Auckland Union, which would always have the support of the Thames body. Recently there had been signs that the Northern Union game was creeping in, and was threatening the amateur game, but they were alive to the danger, and he could assure the Auckland Union that the Thames footballers would, remain loyal to the mother union. Mr. Ohlson, president of the Auckland centre of the Athletic ...

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AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

AMUSEMENTS. 'THE ARCADIAN'S." ' In "The Arcadians," which Is to be produced by Clarke and Meynell's New English Opera Company nt His Majesty's Theatre to-night, it is said ample proof _. afforded that the huge sum of money spent by Clarke and Meynell on the production has si cured an artistic triumph. The company, numbering nearly 10<>, Hie scenery, and general effects arrived by special steamei ■mi Saturday, anil the success of the production to-night is assured. In order that second-seat patrons shall tint be excluded from witnessing the performance, the management have decided to hold ten rows of ordinary stalls for their convenience nightly. The box plan for the last six nights will be opened at Wllduian and Arry's to-morrow (Tuesday) morning at 8 o'clock. OPF.IIA HOUSE. There was a large attendance nt the Opera House on Saturday evening, and all the turns presented were greatly enjoyed. The usual change of programme w...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

ATHLETICS. FOREIGNERS IN THE ASCENDANT. AUSTRALASIA OUT OF LUCK. OPIE BREAKS DOWN. (From Our Special Correspondent.) LONDON. July 7. . Australasia was not much in evidence at the English amateur championship meeting held at Stamford Bridge last Saturday Only the Victorian, G. A. Wheatley, the New Zealanders, Roland Opie and J. (' Skeet. and the Tasmanian, W. A. Stewart, were among the competitors, and they failed to annex a single event. Altogether, however, our visitors did uncommonly well, for America secured both sprints— loo and 220 yards—Germany annexed the high jump, the pole jump, and the half-mile and the four miles, and Canada the quarter-mile. Proceedings opened with the hammerthrowing contest, in which G. K. Putnam, of Cambridge University, outclassed the opposition, and won with a throw of 147 ft 74m, which was about 17 feet short of record. Then came the 100 yards races. In which the beat winners were F. L. Uanisdell, of Pennsylvania University, who won the championship...

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RACING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

RACING NEWS. CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. Sin LETHE WINS THE ENFIELD. (By Telegraph.—Special to "Star.") CHRISTCHUItCH, Saturday. Magnificent weather prevailed for the concluding day's sport of the Canterbury Jockey Club's Grand National meeting. lUccarton was looking Its best, and another large crowd attended. The United Hunt Club's steeplechase opeued the programme with a decent race between two horses, the other seven starters making a lather poor showing. Two North Island horses, Wlrihana and Glenmore, were responsible for most of the running until half a mile from home, where the Southland owned Sliver Blaze was in company with Gleumore. Tbe latter had 11 very slender advantage at the last fence, but Silver Blaze can led too much pace lis the ruu home, and won fairly easily. Glenmore was a hot favourite, and tbe winner was just a little better supported than Oakiey, who was a poor third. Klngsway fell when going well a mile from home...

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MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

MEETINGS. DEVONPORT ORPHANS' CLUB. Mr. D. W. McLean presided nt the fortnlebtly gathering of the Devonport Orphans' Club, "held In the Masonic Hall, Devonport. on Saturday night. An excellent programme was presented, and thoroughly enjoyed, the following items being contributed:—Descriptive selection, "A Mill in the Forest," by tbe orchestra; song, "The Merry Monk," Mr ,T. W. Atkinson (encored), and "My Obi Shako": humorous recitations, Mr. L Wood: so. Mr. Piper (encored): musical monologues, Mr. Gardiner (encored); cornet solo Herr Ilelregel (encored): comic songs. Mr Bamford: selections by orchestra: duet. "Army and Navy," Messrs. Johnson nnd Cutler, who contributed "Poet nnd Pensant" in response to an encore: clarlonette and flute duet. Messrs. Endy and Moodle; son" Mr. Griffiths (encored): song. < ome Into'the Gard...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

BOXING. BBOMWICH BEATS O'HALLOnAN. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) WESTPORT, Sunday. The Mlllerton Boxing Association's fifth tournament was held last night. A special professional bont of 15 rounds for a purso of £45 between Alf. Bromwlch, of Mlllerton, formerly of Paeroa, and T. O'Hallorsn, of Waipawa, formerly of Auckland, was won by Bromwlch. Although the latter put up a game fight, Bromwlch held the mastery for the seven rounds, eventually knocking O'Halloran out.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

The latest mails from Noumea contain an account of an extraordinary in which a woman successfully petitioned for a divorce from her husband because he insisted upon her becoming a queen. The Court of Los Angelos, according to " La France Australe," has just granted a decree to Madame Nellie Clarke, who refused to follow her husband to the Pitcairn Islands, of which he claims to be king. Two years ago Mr. Oarfte was Shipwrecked on the Pitcairn Islands. Later on he purchased them, and was elected king by their inhabitants. His subjects, who numbered 125, soon wanted a queen, however, and like a dutiful husband. Mr. Clarke asked bis wife to share his throne. She strongly resented the idea of being transformed into a queen, however and asked the law to free her from her royal husband. The Court was sympathetic, granted her wish, and at th c same time censured King Clarke for neglecting his home. The Eoslvn Pads arc a pleasure to write on, prices 6d and 1/ each,...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

Jack Evans, a swamper, from Hunga- Hunoa, was riding- in To Aroha on Friday ni<rht, when his horse fell and rolled ovct his rider. Evans was removed to the Grand Hotel, where Dr. Axford found he had dislocated his shoulder and thumb besides sustaining serious cuts about the head, and injury to his foot and knee. For a time it was considered that the condition of the injured man was very precarious. He was removed to the Hamilton Hospital by first train on Saturday morning. The horse be was riding was so much injured that it was found necessary to destroy it. B.ogryn suits are built •with a thorough knowledge of the aoesoe of. correct suitimilding.—i.—.]_

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

CRIPPLED AND TORTURED. * i Rheumatism made this Woman as Helpless as a Baby. » Carried about from Room to Room by her Husband. As a public Duty she tells how she was cured by l>.WiUlams'PfakPil_i Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dixon, of 136, Pilgrim- St., Footscray, Melbourne, think It duty to make public the tacts concerning Mrs. Dixon's remarkable care from Rheumatism by Dr. Williams' Pink PUIS. Mrs. Dixon was suddenly overcome with Rheumatism, and for months ynm crippled and as helpless as a baby. Her husband had to carry her from one room to another when she was able to get oat of bed, and neighbours had to do her hair. Mrs. Dixon. graphically told a reporter of her Illness and cure. She said:— "I had influenza and after that Rheumatism set in, and qnlte suddenly, too," said Mrs. Dixon. "I went to bed all right and in the morning I woke up quite unable to move. The Rheumatism was down all one Bide. For a fortnight then I had to stay in bed. ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

FOOTBALL. AUCKLAND V. THAMES. THE VISITORS OUTCLASSED. AUCKLAND'S EASY VICTORY. The return match, Auckland v. Thames, Was played ou Alexandra Park under Ideal weather conditions aud before a very large gathering of spectators. The absence of wind and the dry ground gave the sides every opportunity for spectacular play, in •which' respect they did not disappoint the onlookers, the game 'being full of Incident and movement from the Jump. Thames, though outplayed, were not overwhelmed, and kept tie local men well extended. The game opened In Auckland's favour and Ottersen started a passing rush from the centre which was smothered, and a rush by the Thames forwards called J. O'Brien into play, tbe full 'back finding touch at the centre. A .break-away by the Auckland forwards carried play back again to Thames' territory and a mlsfleld by Montgomery allowed the Auckland forwards to smother him and Thames were In trouble almost ou their line, a free relieving them. Immediately after a stat...

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NORTHERN UNION FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

NORTHERN UNION FOOTBALL AUCKLAND V. LOWER WAIKATO. (By Telegraph. Special to "Star.") HAMILTON, Saturday, j The fiist provincial representative match under Northern League rules was played at Frank ton to-day In beautiful weather, and in the presence of about 400 spectators, when the Auckland representatives met Dower Waikato. Lower Waikato kicked off, and* playtd ln .the first spell with the sun ln their eyes. Dillamore took .the ball, and put in a nice run till collared by Kay. and 'the bail was taken across the field and out at centre. The Waikato forward* pressed for a tew minutes, and Chllds had to stop a rush ln Auckland's territory. Dunn got off-side for the home team, and a lovg kick .by Jackson, who picked up cleveily from a scrum, saw Auckland attacking, but a fast run oil the line hy Creane changed the position. Jackson got out from tlie scrum here, but bis pass was not taken hy Carlaw. Robinson picked up neatly and sent a line kick. Relief was n...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

GOLF. AUCKLAND CLUB MATCHES. The members of the Auckland Golf Club played the third and final round of the llloomfield bowl competition at Middlemore Park Links on Saturday afternoon. The round was won by W. Mcintosh with a net score of 81. The best cards handed In were: Mcintosh, 92—11— Kingston, 99—1683- P. Upton, 91— 8— Dargaville, 00—6—84; Foote, 10420—84. The competition for the bowl, the conditions of which are the best two out of three rounds, has been won for this season by W. W. Mcintosh, with net rounds of 83 and 81, a total of 164; E. Dargaville Is second with 81 and 84—'total 105; J. Kingston, with 83 and 83, and G. Foote, with 82 and 84 (total 166), tied for third place. The opening of the new green at No. 8 hole provided a pleasant variation to the course, aud when the green Is properly cut will, in the course of a few weeks, be equal to the other greens recently laid down. Members are" reminded that tie first qualifying round of the club championship will...

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ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

ASSOCIATION MATCHES. AUCKLAND V. WEIXTNGTON. AUCKLAND 3 GOALS; WELLINGTON 1. I The first representative fourth grade match played in Auckland eventuated at Eden Park on Saturday afternoon, when Wellington and Auckland met. There was a good attendance, and the game proved an Interesting one. The result was a victory for Auckland by three goals to one. Following were the teams: — Wellington.— C. Bldnaead; full backs, B. Bell, W. Wilkins; halves, E. Bosher, J. Coleman, A. Maclntyre; foiwards, A. Kelleway, C. Temperton, H. Llversedge, R. Parker, E. Guise. Auckland.— Forwards, A. Fowler, D. Mc- Pherson, M. Gilmore, W. Charteris, G. Stewart; halves, H. Douglas, Bennett, S. Wynyard; full backs, A. Neweombe, T. Kent; goal, R. Champtaloup. Auckland kicked off with a strong sun ln their eyes, Flay was even in the first few minutes. From a good .-entre by Wynyard, McPherson drew first olood for Auckland. A rush by Auckland was well stopped by Bosher. Auckland were playing well op again and got...

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BASKET BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

BASKET BALL. m The basketball matches, played on Saturday afternoon, resulted: St. Dwvid's beat St. Luke's A by 14 to 13; St. Davfa* B B beat St. Poke's B by 16 to 13.

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HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

HOCKEY. THE SHIELD MATCH. y A DRAWN GAME. WELLINGTON RETAINS TROPHY. FAST AND INTERESTING GAME. (By Telegraph.— to "Star.") • i WELLINGTON, Saturday. The Hockey Challenge Shield ma-.ch was an exciting contest, .resulting in a drawn game, and Wellington retains the shield. .Mason and Strack bullied oil at six minutes past J, aud the pace became merry trom the start. Wellington looked very dangerous 1b a fine run, and Auckland conceded two corners in quick succession. The blue and whites retaliated, a brilliant bit of work by Reynolds and Jacobsen being frustrated Just in front of the home goal. A matter of minutes later Welham centred and Reynolds rocked it in, but offside play nullified the goal. Hard luck for Auckland. The ball was flying about the field at a great bat, both teams playlug at top of their fotm. Davis made a great run for Wellington, Hallam coming out and saving. A hard tussle In the visitors' territory ended in a shot from Strack hitting th...

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THAMES V. AUCKLAND B. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

THAMES V. AUCKLAND B. ,By Telegraph.Own Correspondent.) THAMES, this day. In the rep. match at Parawai, Thames v. Auckland B, hockey, a fast and Interesting game ended In a draw, neither side scoring. The teams were evenly matched. The attendance was fair. PALMERSTON NORTH. (By Telegraph.— Correspondent.) PALMERSTON N., Saturday. Orona, 4, beat Manawatu, 3: Palmerston Postal, 1, drew with Masterton Postal, 1. WEDNESDAY HOCKEY. An A and B match will be played on Wednesday, August 10, at the Domain, at 3 p.m. The teams are:— A TEAM. Goal, Pascoe (Arawa); backs. Robinson (Permanent Force), Horspool (Albion); halfbacks, Williams, Stewart, Swanson (Kiatere); forwards, Armstrong, Haresnape (Kiatere), Smythe (Albion), Burton (Albion), Hicks (Kiatere). B TEAM. Goal, McDougall (Kiatere); backs, Gonley and Durham (Kiatere); half-backs, Mc- Cluskle (Permanent Force), Cliff (Arawa), Rice (Albion); forwards, Roseoe and Grace (Arawa), Miller (Kiatere), Abrains (Permanent Force), Moore (Albiou B)....

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 14 August 1911

BOWLING. PONSONBY GREEN. Orams, Miller, Dewar, Dinnle 21 v. Robinson, Tomlinson, Carson, Craig 18. Fairs, S. I. Clark, Gardiner, Walker 22 v. Conway, Pitts, Baddlley, Smith 19. Volkner, Oldham, MeLeod, Gorman 26 v. Abercromble, Wilson, Sims, Snedden 20. MT. EDEN GREEN. An inter-club match. Mount Eden v. Grey Lynn, was played on Saturday. Mount Eden teams are mentioned first In each case. Marshall. Melnnes. Trayes. Surman 22 v. Prlekitt, Porter, Jones, Baildon IS. Steuison, Rlntoul. Baker, Hudson 22 v. -Mlrfiln. Jeffries, Healey, Casey 18. Totals; Mount Eden, 44; Grey Lynn, 36. AT GREY LYNN. Grey Lynn teams mentioned first. Wheeler, Buckley, Junr., Courtney, W. , Mills 22. v. A. -Walker, Eagleton, Ramsay, Burus —22. Baildon, Senr.. Burfoot, E. Buckley, Pascoe—2;". v llaslett, Thorpe, J. Smith, Bradley—2l." Grey Lynn won by four on the Grey Lynn green, but on the aggregate Mount Eden won by 4. MOUNT EDEN v. ROCKY NOOK. (Mount Eden Teams mentioned first.) Walt...

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