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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

LAWN TENNIS. Fine weather again favoured the tennis enthusiasts on Saturday hist. The chief matches of interest were the final rounds of the inter-chib competitions- In the A grade. A section. Remuera had a very easy win from Auckland. The other contest in this section, however, was very close, the Parnell club only paining the verdict by one matin. In the. B section Onehunga and Devonport played off tor the championship and the games in this match were ,il = o Tery keenly fought out. The Onehunga club eventually won the day by 7 matches to 6. In the Remuera-Auekland match Miss Woodrofi'e created some surprise by lotvering Mis, Barstow's colour,-. The Auck. land lady plays -.1 Useful steady game, and kept pegging away at Miss Barstow's ■backhand with high bouncing balls. The I Remuera lady must learn to mix her i play more, and not try to drive every ball at the same pave. The remaining ladies' matches went to the credit of the Remuera ladies, who were much superior to their opponen...

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PICNICS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

PICNICS. ■ ■ ——. The second annual pieni.- of Messrs. Browne Bros, and Geddes' employees was : held on Saturday at Motutapu Island. The s.s. Kawau conveyed a tarce par;y to the 1 island, where a most enjoyable day was spent. Dnrinir the afternoon a very inter' esting sports programme was gone through. ! When some very exciting finishes were wit. | ! nessed. The h-md'ennpi:.- t--v Mr. W. Birnie. and the indginr.- by Messrs. D. | Whittaker. P.. C.eddes. and l . M. Browne was nil that could he d.-sirel Result?:-- ; Swimming T.a>f. —W. Keenari 1. A. I Spragj 2. T. M..ir 3. Open Race. 100 yds.— L. O'Hara 1, J. , Geddes 2. Sr-ngie Ladies' Race.—Miss A. Rowc 1, I Miss M. C.eddes 2. Miss A. Molloy 3. Sack Race.—T. Freeman 1. I 8.8. and G.s Handicap.—G. Kennv 1, .1. Geddes 2. A. Spragg 3. Half-mile Open Race. —A. Tate 1. r. Mullins 2. Married Ladies' Race.—Mrs. TV. Browne 1. Mrs. W. Sadler 2. Consolation Race.—T. White L Boys' Race.—P. Chapman L .1. Watson 2. Girls' Race.—V. Walke...

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RACING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

RACING NEWS. TE AROHA J C. ANNUAL MEETING. THE CONCLUDING DAY. A RECORD GATHERING. ■By Telegraph.—Spt;ial to "Star.") TE AROHA, Monday. The concluding day's racing in c.inec ricn with the Te Aroha .lorke.v Club's annual meeting took place to-day In rrlori- I ous weather and with a large artendince. The racing was again interesting. I and the gathering was easily a record in I the history of the club. Mr. O'Connor's starting was a big improvement on the opening day. but in tbe concluding event there was a long delay ai the post, and too ninch attention was paid to horses that persistently refused to join the field. THE STEWARDS. The stewards were busy during the afternoon, and several Inquiries were held, but the only a-tion taken was in connection with the falling of Watchcbuin and Admiral Soult. MeDivitt. the rider of Master Theory, being suspended for a month, it being alleged that his mount interfered with the horses that fell. TnE TOTALISATOU. Speculati...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

ATHLETICS. UNIVERSITY TOfRXAMEXT. Several features of intere»t are hi. ported in connection with the 'Varrih! Easter tournament sports to be ley .17 year at Christchim-h. Already the n » ber of entries attracted from theVarS colleges augurs well for the euoccs* ? the fixture. In the programme for ft! athletic s;.urt; on Easter Monday Hag-ley Park are included two openiaa. teur handicap events of 100 one mile respectively. Entries for'tW events are being invited locally, information may ho h:id on application ♦» the amateur athletic club of the 1 University College. A boxing contet to be decided on Ea.-ter Monday nW is an entirely new venture which Bj*! fair to become a permanent feature of the to-uniarnent. Next year the toning •ment and *port-> will be held in AnA* land. AUCKLAND AMATEUR ATHLETIC i ■LU-β. The following handicaps uave been a*. ciared by Mr H. J. HieMer for ahtletle sports to l.c bel<l next Satntdi, afternoon:— - • 1W lards Handirap.— l.. J. j-,...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

The improvement of tlic fishing in I Lako Rrjrtonu anil Taupo is heintj indu*triouoly attended to l.v tho Tourist DeparTmrn:. m that the monistrmMS I .■'liark-headed trout, whic-li havp bet'ti ! bei-oming common in the lakee under the ; iiiiiupnee of shortage of feed and the , cannihalistir in?tinots of tbe fi»h. may be !' expf-cred tn soon disappear in favour nf i the normal. ivp]]-scd. healthy trfmt that ! I provides hoih cjood sport and good ea:--! inc. Large quan-tiiirs of shrimps .ire heinjr caught in the Waikato River, it Mercor. and transplanted in the lakes. while at thp same time a weeding out of i the big- fob. in Lake Rotorua has beon ] aesiduouely carried on. with the result ! that 41 tons of surplus trout have been I removed from the lake. At the same jtrme, fiehing facUities have been im- : proved by the clearinjr of the weeds at the moirc-hs of the eireame running into the lake. A mother of ten healthy children writeß that ehe is never without a bottle of Baxters Lnng...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

A sporte meetinsj alui p i cn - lc . llndcr T nrmvTi Union auspice?, was held at -' -Mauku on Saturday afternoon. There l , was a gathering of bvtwoen 400 and 500 1 people. Mr. MalcMm Crisp organised the I iiMure suceewfully in his capacity- as 'n energetic committee. ' " a " Ce ° The. highest possible poTnl of purity in ~ alcoholic beverages-Wolfe', S,h O J LHDIES! READ THIS! GENUINE OFFER : I have for sale an English Traveller's Sample Set of Tailor-made Winter Costumes, latest style and finish. Only a limited number. Prices from 20/- to 60/*. They are mere. You have only to see them to be convmced that this is an exceptional offer. Aleo a few Moirette Underskirts at 2/1 1 and 3/6. 3rd FLOOR, STRAND AReaDE. WARREN'S DAINTY SHOWROOM °°^' T MIS S SUCH AM OPPORTUNITY. '

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

New goods and Litest novcttiffl »<T, autuain and winter now on view in all department. — Snmh and Canjhey, Lti 1 Ad. 1

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AN EMPIRE SYMBOL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

AN EMPIRE SYMBOL. SIR 3. WARD AND DOMINIONS HOtJSS SCHEME. REASONS IX ITS FAVOUR. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) WELLINGTON", Monday. Earl Grey's Dominions Jloase scheme, | nrhie.h aims at providing Knglishmen at j Home with an impressive reminder of i the outlying rc.-ounv-, of the. Empire, jinda hearty support from Sir Joseph Ward. Brietly. the plau i-. to build on j B site in the bu-ie.-i part of London an j edifice where the Canadian. iSouth African and .Vow Zealand oilicial representatives will hn aivomraodatcd, and ; a large exhibition hali for the display j of the Empire's products adjoining the . Australian Commonwealth building al- j ready in course i>l erevtion. "1 know the. ! proposed <rite quite well,' , remarked Sir i Joseph, "and %hen I was last in London ; Karl Grey placed the whole scheme and , 'tis ideas regarding it before mc. I warf i rery much interested, and to my mind ! there can be no doubt that ...

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POPULAR RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

POPULAR RELIGION. TEMPTATIONS OF THE CHURCH COXDEMNATION EV BISHOP AVERLLL. Present-day efforts to make religion "popular" were criticised by Dr. Avorill, Anglican Bisho|! of Auckland, in a sermon deliveri'ij al St. Paul's Church on Sunday. Roferrni, to the temptation of Christ in the wilderness, the Bishop said that the human nature of Christ was often assailed with the temptation tn t;ikp .-hort cuts, but never gave way lo theru. The Church was similarly tompted on its hnman side, t.; make its divine side more attractive. The advice of thr '.orM was the same as that of tho devil. "Cast thyself down." but it was tlie duty of the Church, as the body of Christ, to resist such an appeal. There bt> ]K-riodi&U conflicts b-tween the visible Church and the world, particularly when the world openly ignored the teaching "f Christ or when the Stat*? eu.ict.-d laws | such as thosn relating to divoreel whic...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

Heavy growths of gwse are troubling residents in cprtam part-s ot Mount Albert. The local Borough Council -was reminded at last night's meeting that this noxious weed had attained a. height of over six feet in Kitchener Road. The Council instructed its overseer to have the roadsides cleared, and cirected the cleik to request the Stock Department to ccc that o-seneis of vacant 6ections >*d|eated at& i gpis&-oii>'theirj3ro!Berlae3.

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WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC. CASES IN THE DOMINION. MRS' KLELD'S IXQTJTRIES. (By Telegraph.—Pvess Association.) GL<EORNE, thie day. A reply vas made by >Crs. Field, of Xclfion, to-day, to Superintendent lviely'a in regard to h«r address before the W.L'.T.U. Convention on '•white slavery.' , "I do not regret tiie publicity given my address," <-he aaid, "js it will arouse people to a knowledge, uf Tvhiif '3 undoubtedly going on ia this country. Of course, I cannot personally vouch for the Auckland cases as 1 waa only informed (if them, but 1 have n'l reason to doubt t!ie evidence of the pprsnns who made tie charges. I iieard a rumour to the clToct that euch tilings were going on in the North, and 1 wrote for particulars The letter included in my paper was the riwult. "'Since it has become, known that 1 Ihave been interesting myself in the Kiilijeet, , ' Ihe lady continued, "people have come lome ...

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RENT FOR GAS METERS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

RENT FOR GAS METERS. IS CONSUMER'S CONSENT NECESSARY ? rOINT RAISED BY GKE r LYNX COUNCIL. A shortage of tar for making footpaths was reported by the foreman of worka at the Grey Lynn Borough Council last night, and led to a general discussion upon the Gas Company. The foreman stated he could not get on with the footpaths because he could not get tar from the Con Company. The Mayor explained that the Council had no contract for a. definite supply, the custom was to inform the Gas Company how many gallons of tar would bo required each summer. This year they were SOOO gallons short of the amount arranged for. Mr. T. A. Warnock: It is abont on a par with Lhie imposing a meter rent. The Mayor said they had approached a firm to see if the tar could be imported from Sydney. The Ca= Company had now refused to sell anything but distilled tar., for whkh the charge was tijd, where=l3 the ordinary tar wae only 4Ad per frallon. As Cr, Warnock said, it war) about on a p.ir witli imposing the met...

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GREATER AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

GREATER AUCKLAND. POLL TO BE TAKEN" IN GREY LYNN". : Some discussion took place at the meeting of the <irey Boroujrh Council hist nijrht upon the question of joining the city. The matter woe brought for- . ward by Mr. .T. W. TattersOeW by a j ■motion that, in view of the fact that ; a petition was being circulated in the j district, a. poll of the -electoTs .be taken, j Mr. Tattcrsiield suid it was a turprise to him that tiie legislature had made it possible for 2- r > per cent of the community to -compel 7"> pe.r cent to join the city. : Ho claimed that it wan only for the benefit of the ibis property owners if Grey Lynn joined the city, as. at present the rating -was on unimproved values. A valua- ' tkra of 348 properties in the horough had been made by the Town Clerk. On ! those the total rates at present was , £1,167 4/t>, but under the city rating! the amount would be £1,745 11/3. The : city was ...

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GREY LYNN TRAM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

GREY LYNN TRAM SERVICE. ANOTHER BISCU^IOX. 'A letter was read at the meeting of the Grey iLyna Borough Council last night from tlie manager of the Auckland Tramways Company re the position of the second section tram stop on the Great North Koad. The Mayor (Mr G. Baildon) said at present the cars stopped 4.T yards from the old terminus, and it was rough on women with little ones to have to walk the extra distance. A 6econd letter from Mr Walklate with regard to the tram service between 11 a.m. and 4 p.tn. stated that the figure* ohtaineu did not show that any additional airs were roquirrd during that period. Several councillors protested that more cars wnre needed. Mr OaTland objected tfi Grey Lynn beinjr treated like Cinderella by the 'fram Company. Mr F. Brinsden said many people prot .so tired of wiitins for <>rey Lynn cars that they walked in to get tlie l'onsonby cars. Mr TattcTaficid said a 12-mimite service was nnt now fast civoujih for Grey Lynu in the s...

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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. A mesr cn.lr>.Tiible pirherin;: of JuTenll* Roch.'il>ites tofik place ou Thursrtny last, in the ureenlane Congrettatioual Schoolroom. when a party nf iittWrs nn ( ] inernhers of the Klneslnnd Tent p:iirl :<n offl'-ial visit to the Exc-clslnr Tent. Tho tall w-;is lill'-rt with members :md friends if bosh Hclult un<l .iuvenlle tenti". The 0.0.Tt., Hro. A. Jenwelcomed the visitors to the tent. A Itood procramini , of snnu's and recitations was presented by the youus: people, auu a hrl.'hr address w:is •.-ivpii l.- :he H.S.J.T., Bro. K. J. H. Harrison, who "also srivc soma umuslne reiltiils. auii the sorrrtarv to the Juvenile c.immirtoe. The upeakers ron?ratnlatrd ihe tent upon harinp sprnrml for the for the tent whose nifmborship showed greatest im-rense. The Kxrels-inr tent. having opened on June ]2rh l.is: n-lth Iniemtors, and rjiised its nipmltpiship to , ">...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

I DYSPEPTICS XEED >fOT DIET. I A SIMPLE MEAN'S OF EREVENTIXQ I FOOD FERMENTATION". I Food fermentation is the cause of all jt-lip duconrfort and pain dyspeptics j suffrr. It does not necessarily follow however, that in order to obtain relief they must deny- themselves the enjoyment they derived from eating so-called indigestible luxuries. The most satisfactory method of overcoming the diiFiculty would be to prevent tho fermentation from occurring at all. and this tan bo done by a, very simple means. It i must first be explained tlia-t most of the j foods we eat contain a c-rrtain quantity I , of acid-forming element?, and imliges• tible foods, vi course. contain a. lars-pr 1 proportion. When theso forxU are ' eate-n, tiie arid collects, irritates the I walls of the. stomach, and causes The J lood tn ferment while it is dj;re?tin<r. j This fermenting fool also gives off pas which distends tiie stomach, causing ' that full, uncomfortable feelin? so o...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

Wolfe's Schnapps 15 to ordinary spirits what champagne is to ordinary wines.—(Ad-1

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

Tiie highest possible pc.Tiit of purity in alcoholic beverages— We. '" c clinßj>pi.—■ (Ad.) _^^ MEDICAL. EXPERIENCE PROVES THE VIRTUE OF HEAN'S ESSENCE. ONE BOTTLE MAKES A PINT FINEST FAMILY COUGII REMEDY SAVES AT LEAST 9«. WHAT DEALERS SAY. Mr A. M. Loasby, Chemist, Chrietchurch—"After 40 years' experience I can say that no proprietary medicine put on tbe New Zealand market has ever had such a large sale. You have evidently struck a public want in popular form." R. C. Brien, Family Chemist, Wellington—"Your essence is selling splendidly. Send another gross at once. Burgess. Fraser & Co., Merchants, New Plymouth: — "Kindly forward another five gross Heans Essence, buyers are repeating orders and taking increased quantities." Mr. A- Eccles, Proprietor of the largest retail drne business in Aucklan —"I must say the sales of Hean s Essence have exceeded my expectations. My ...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

COFFEE ESSENCE. § COFFEE ESSENCE The Coffee Maid, of Symington's, says: Cold and foggy! What a day! Face it bravely! Here is the way: Symington's Essence!! Hurry up ! ! Pour boiling water in your cup, and "Little Mary's" cheery cry is "Hullo Happiness! —Gloom good-bye." TBOS. STMIXGTOX tc CO., Edinburgh and London. 36 KTEIUCAL $k HUH" IF 1%. ® I and Weakness I V in Men, Women, and Children j » Dr. ANDREW WILSON' writes concerning Anemia:— H s| "It can be definitely stated that iron ' Je.l.'oids' ronstitute thr most || M "effectivf. and desirable treatment for Ansemia." And re "MEN and II M "TONICS:—'Now I have found the form of Iron 'Jclloids , put up with » if "Quinine (called Iron ' Jelloids' No. 2), to be an excellent tonic for Men, * ■J "and may be specially recommended." #J *>£ If you wouifl have radi...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 10 March 1914

PERSONAL. DONT WEAR A TRUSS MR SUITIt. SOLE CONTROLLER <-•.• TUB BROOKS KDPTURB ArPLIANCH CO., has lort for his Hendqnarters. 11. Manners Street, Wellington. Clients writing to Mr Smith can be supplied by return mall. , f> O. * Q. KEARSLEV'S ORIGINAL WIDOW WELCH'S fEMALE PILLS Prompt A Riliabl: For Ladies. Thtnly genuine. Aw*iuiT'.n Cbktiticatk or Mlait at TBB TiSMiSUK V.W. ILITIOI, 1991. 100 Year.' Hapntatien. Ordered by 8p»<!--ialiiu for tt« cure u( all Female Complaints. Sold in bottlre. Mi and 2/9 of all cheiui.ta. MTHERIWE UtARSLET. « WWEHOO ID. IQHB. EWO, MEDICAL. THE RECENT EPIDEMICS OF SMALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA Would certainly not Have attained sucU proportions if the hyffienlc fact were Keaerilly tnowu tUat iho disinfection of the moiith by a reliable and taarmlM* antiseptic is "a great protecting factor ugulusi all ailments where the Infection Is ihL-ou-li tbo throat or iespiratory tract. By "'ittlnt! three &...

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