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MANUREWA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

MANUREWA NEWS. th? ct S ™ a f ßl fl cen t etfort to assist KVM. nft?? i R ? Uc L Fund concluded on Iriday night last with a concert and dance. The following ladles and gentlemen took part:—Madame Chambers. Misses J Bartlett and Butler. Rev. W. C. Woods. Messrs «• Eaton S. carter. H. V. Burton, Ire": dale laylor, Marvou, and J. D. Bodle *rom eales of tickets at the concert and dance, and sale of sweets, a sum of £17 *>n was received, and altogether the effort will result In over £100 being handed over to the Fund—a very creditable showing for th 6 Mamirewa district. Very great credit Is due. to the committee and to the untiring efforts of the secretary, Mr. Mnbee ' There passed away the other day one of Manurewa's oldest Identities, in the person of Mr. Robert Cowley. The deceased, with his brother, has resided >n the district for over fifty years. He was a son of the soil, and always enjoyed good health until recently, when he underwent an operatio...

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DEVONPORT BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

DEVONPORT BOROUGH COUNCIL. The Mayor (Mr. W. Handley) presided over a meeting of the Devonport Borough Council held last evening. In reply to representations made by one or two ratepayers with reference to the water meter system, the Council decided that the by-laws must be adhered to. Subject to the work being carried out to the satisfaction o£ the engineer, the Council granted "permission to the Cheltenham Swimming Club to erect a small starting platform on Cheltenham Beach near the North Head. It was explained that the ■platform would in no wny interfere with boats, and that the public would have the right to use it. The waterworks aud sanitary engineer (Mr. F. G. Bourke) reported that 87 taps ana cisterns had been repaired during the fortnight, and that applications for meters "were coming in daily. A shipment was expected in a few. day£, vvnen a etart would immediately be made in connecting up where they were urgently necessary. The report was adopted....

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

COMMERCIAL. STORE AND DAIRY STOCK,, ETC. The New Zealand Loan and 'Xlercantlle Agency Company, Ltd., reports:— At Westfield yards on Thuie<lay last dairy and store cattle were yarded in average Eumbera, and sold at late rates. Best cows ctose to proat sold at from £7 to £9 10/: others, £6 ito £6 10/; heiiers, £i to £6 10/; calves, 30/ to £1 a/; erupt' cows, £3 to £4 S/. At Albert yards on Friday horses came forward in average numoorp, and showed no improvement iv price. Uraugnt horses sold at from £18 to £'£i; lig;lit iiarne&s horses, £8 to £14 10/; havks, £a to £7 10/; a pair of ponies realised £i» 10/; glg, £11. On Saturday a>t Wainku vaids there was a full yarding of stock, and prices were the same as. late salt*. iJairy cows sold at from i£3 to £ti 10/; empty cows, iLI 10/ to £4 4/; heifers, £.1 to £±; steer calves 25/ to 30/; heifer calves, 15/ to 22/; units, £3 to i! 8 10/. Beef at West&old yards rates, and also large quantity oi s...

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A HAPPY BALD-HEADED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

A HAPPY BALD-HEADED MAN. POLITICIAN XEARLY BALD NOW HAS NEW GROWTH OF HAIE. , TELLS HOW HE DID IT. A certain politicinn, well known on account of his baldness and ready wit. surprised his friends by appearing with a new growth of hair. Mnuy of his old frieds did not know him, and others thought he "had a wig On being nsked how h> did it. lie made the following statement: •'! attribute the remarkable growth of my hair to the use of the following simple recipe which any lady or gentleman can mix at home: To a half pint of water add loz. of bay rum, a small box of Orlex Compound, and ioz. of glycerine. Apply to the scalp two. or three times a week with the finger tips. It not only promotes the growth of the hair, but removes dandruff, scalp humours, and prevents the hair from falling out. It darkens streaked, faded, grey hair, and makes the hair soft and glossy. These ingredients can be purchased at any chemists at very little cost and mixed at home. -.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

Gifts for men! He would appreciate fancy handkerchiefs or fancy cox from' our attractive array, ladies. Call early. Geo. Fowlds, Ltd.—(Ad.) Gent's "Sincerity" suits, 59/ C; boxed suits, 34/6; tweed, 2S/C; navy serge, 48/0; Panama hats, S/11, 12/G up. Best value in tennis shirts and underwear. — Bridgman and Bridgniau.—(Ad.) A Panama makes a pleasing present for any man. Dignity and comfort are well combined in our designs.—Geo. Fo-wlds, Ltd.—(Ad.) Boaters for boys. We are carrying a big range of suitable headwear for the lads. All sizes and shapes.—Geo. Fowlds, Ud.-lAd.)

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

Give him v nice tie for Xmas, ladies! We have thousands of the latest, in the best patterns, including your favourite. Geo. Fowlds, Ltd.—(Ad.) Wolfe's Schnapps has cleansing action on the kidneys and bladder.—(Ad.) Soft collars, in silk, tussore or linen, make ideal gifts f6r young men at this season. See the selection at Geo. Fowlds, Ltd.—(Ad.) HOLIDAY DRESSES, children's overalls (for beach wear), bathing dresses, etc., etc., biggest variety and best value in town.—Grey and Ford, Ltd., Karangahape BojkL— (Ad.)

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

Our premises will remain open till 6 p.m. from the 21st inst. to 23rd.— Smith and Caughey, Ltd., the Great Shopping Centre.—(Ad.)

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

BEAUTY'S r The article' which 'excels all other* •■' *' * In improving the beauty-of the skin is naturally and deservedly beauty's favourite. This has been the acknowledged and honoured position held by PEARS' SOAP for nearly 120 yearn/"' PEAES. TAILORS. Christmas Presents . It's not the Gift, but the Giving." A useful present is always appreciated by old and young, and also keeps alive pleasant recollections of the giver. We here suggest a few useful articles of MEN'S WEAR :— Dainty Ties, Fashionable Shirts, Smart Socks in Silk & Wool Umbrellas, v fyjama Suits, "" Panama Hats, Silk Initial Handkerchiefs, and hundreds of other suitable' : - Have you seen our Wonderful Ready to-Wear Suits? They are the talk of the tovyirV r . HUGH WRIGHT 'LTD., Gentlemen's Complete Outfitters, Queen & Symonds St. ~,TEA MERqHA'M^.',^,,,,,. jjn... Small Chests .li j :i - —for Gifts ify VI ' Here's the" very'.thlng ...

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FROM AMERICAN SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

FROM AMERICAN SOURCES. - "VAuct"iand Star"' Special Correspondent.) 'SAN JRAiNCISCO/November 24. TKICK TO COAL "WARSHIP FAILS. A carefully-arranged plan to coal warships of the -enemy off tho Taeific Coast has just come to light at the port of Seattle, Washington. It transpires that a managing official of a large steamship company in Seattle was ap- prnaehcd by a stranger, who gave as ■ reference a Seattle banker of much 1 Pjym'nence, and sought to charter a ~ ~? C . l ' ton steamer lying idle at Seattle, lor the purpose of "carrying coals to San Francisco." The stranger was told that San Francisco was well stocked • with coal, whereupon he explained that he represented a company about to establish opposition yards "in California. He noted the tonnage and crew requirements of the steamer, and seemed anxious to close the charter, but the vessel owner delayed, wishing to consider. Two days later...

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KAISER'S LONDON SPY KNOWN IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

KAISER'S LONDON SPY KNOWN IN CALIFORNIA. Carl Lody, the German spy, who was executed m the Tower of London, was '.veil Known in San Francisco. A numaer of people in the Californian raetrooolis. .and also in Los Angeles, who have made the trip around the world in the Hamburg-American liner Cleveland, readily recalled him. Lody was one of the company's officials in charge of the parties ou the Cleveland. "Lodv was one of mv - personal friends," said F. A. Forbes. se7 retary of the California Development Hoard, "and I kuow liim to be a young pifieer of strong character—one of the [best of the German type. I crossed India with him twice,-and 1 knew the fibre of the man. , .. .-, -. "The report that he had frankly confessed his movements, at the trial, was characteristic of him. When Lody mada up his mind that a thing was right, he ■ was utterly indifferent of the consequences. Ii he were caught in the manner indicated in the dispatches...

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A THRILLING RESCUE BY CALIFORNIA'S. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

A THRILLING RESCUE BY CALIFORNIA'S. GRAPHIC STORY OF STRUGGLES IN WAR ZONE. l . From the war zone of Europe, where he went to rescue his mother, aunt and j niece from the perilous position in which ' they were placed by the outbreak of hostilities, Police Constable Elmer J. Espereucc has returned safely to San Francisco with the members of his family and a thrilling narrative of his experiences. Mrs. Leonie Espcrence, Mrs. Irma Champion and Miss Ida Champion, a student at the University of California, were in the province of Luxemburg, Belgium, when the fighting began. Several times they were forced to take flight from scenes of actual ■ fighting. They were found at last by Elmer Espereuce and a friend at Escombre, France, on September 20, lodging in a peasant's hut. Around them the great guns of the Germans and the Allies were roaring, hurling destruction into the forces of the embattled armies. Great difficulties weje experienced by Esperenoe and his companion, Fred Wognian, of Sa...

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ENGLAND WARNS ECUADOR AND COLOMBIA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

ENGLAND WARNS ECUADOR AND COLOMBIA. j U.S. GOVERNMENT AND MONROE DOCTRINE. Uncle Sam has been notified that Ecuador and Colombia - have been warned by.Great Britain and France in emphatic terms that the Allies will not countenance further violations of neutrality by these South American States. After making strong representations through tbe British and French Ministers at Quito and Bogato, the British and French Governments considered the matter serious enough to comiinicatc to the U.S. Government in view of possible complications that might arise between Colombia and Ecuador and the European belligerents. Two notes , v/ero presented to U.S. Secretary Bryan by Sir Cecil Spring- Rice, the British Ambassador at Washington/and Jules Jusserand, the French Ambassador, respectively, calling ihe attention of the United States to the representations which had been made to Colombia and Ecuador. The notes did not Tequest the United States to take any action, and merely advised the Washington...

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COPPER CONCERNS MAKE WAR PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

COPPER CONCERNS MAKE WAR PROTEST. I Senator 'Hughes, of 'New Jersey, has laid before the State Department -at Washington a protest from several big copper companies of New Jersey, U.S.A.. against the attitude of Great Britain on the shipments .of.copper to neutral countries." The petition sets forth that Great Britain; ba s no right to interfere with cargoes Diving between neutral countries. ■WITH GERMAN MESSAGES. - Entrusteid with Mnorc" than. 1000 letters from the-members-flf the crew.of the German gunboat Geier, which '.had boon interned-ati Honolulu. Mr.sK Fasshauer. an elderly German Wom*n. arrived in Sail Francisco on the. Toyo : ls.isen-lvajsba liner Chivo.Maru... Mrs.'. Kasshaucr .visited, the internedOrmiin" ri'ailor.i. and wlicii they learned that she wrts ou her way to the Fatherland they eoinmeiiced to' ■writn letters. Loaded down with correspondence. Mrs. l'assluuer's departure froni the little, gunboat,was" a-, sad le...

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BRITISH COLOMBIA AMD GERMAN RAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

BRITISH COLOMBIA AMD GERMAN RAIDS. TRANSFERRING CASH -TO UNITED STATES. , Despite the frequent reports of French, Japanese and. English being on guard in the Pacific Ocean,. an undoubted feeling of, extreme, -uneasiness prevails in British Columbia.. Proof of this apprehension was . provided at Seattle, where the banks of Victoria and. Vancouver, British."Columbia, are transferring their" cash,, both' gold arid currency, to the.banks of Seattle and other financial' institutions on the American side. ' The reason, advanced for this precautionary measure is given as the fear of a German attack, followed -by the levying. of a. heavy indemnity-by. the German fleet under Admiral Count yon Spec. which- recently destroyed Admiral '"' Cradock's British fleet in South American watere. Passengers who have arrived at Seattle by -steamers from Vancouver and Victoria, stated that the residents across tho border were greatly frightened, and were actually • b...

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LEAD OUT OF PIANOS FOR BULLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

LEAD OUT OF PIANOS FOR BULLETS. Besides .the snortage of anaesthesia already . reported, there is "considerable lack of lead in Germany, according to Dr.. E.. K. Johnstone, -, of * Sari Francisco, ;an officer in the United States "Medical Reserve Corps, who has just returned Ito America from a long stay in Beligium. Incidentally, Dr. Johnstone pays a high tribute to the German Red Cross. "There is no doubt that supplies of lead are running low in Germany, owing to the stoppage of the mines iriGalicia and Silesia," said Dr. Johnston's. ''■ "A few days before I left Berlin a secret order was issued calling -upon the I -music stores to surrender to the Government all the lead in pianos and in other musical instruments in which the metal ■is used."

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KARLSRUHE COLLIER TRAPPED [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

KARLSRUHE COLLIER TRAPPED I Twice chased by by cruisers, the Hamburg-American liner Macedonia, which sailed from' New-.Orleans, U.S.A., on August 24,, supposedly "laden with .coal for the German cruiser Karlsruhe,. is now j interned at'LasPalmas, Canary,lslands, aecordiiig to a letter received in "Sew Orleans. •-. - ' '. The whereabouts of the Macedonia had been a mystery for more than two months. Off the South American coast the' German liner, had a series of exciting experiences. On one occasion the vessel narrowly escaped capture by a EroscV cruiser. A few days later a second . cruiser almost accounted for the Macedonia. Eventually the heavily-laden steamer was compelled to seek refuge at Las Palmas and was interned. ; . '.'; ■;.."

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AN INTERNATIONAL QUARREL TO AVOID. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

AN INTERNATIONAL QUARREL TO AVOID. Discussing the .reported tequcfit of both Germany and Great. Britain . that the United States should investigate the treatment of interned hostile, aliens in each country; William Randolph Hearst, the well-known American publicist, says:" "The" request is full of danger, and should be emphatically decliricd. "Spy .mania is running riot'in both countries. In England the. determination to remove front active participation in the daily life of the nation every German or.A.ustrian resident'there has resulted in the arrest of such numbers that the military authorities are fairly unable to find methods of caring for them'all. The English problem is. more difficult, than, the similar one which Confronts Germany, for more Germans-have found employment in England than English in' Germany. "Under the strain "of caring for :suoh huge bodies of prisoners, the .machinery: of each Gove...

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A SOLID FORTY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

A SOLID FORTY. OPPOSITION MEMBERS' CONFEBENCE. iBffiAETY 00-OPERATIO> T . .•THE POSITION RE 7 IBWED. • {By .Telegraph.—rSpeoial to "Star.") ..'.'. . . .WELiLrNGTQ'N',- Tuesday. . - The gathering of- Opposition members in the old Parliament. Building this morning:-provided a reniarka'ble demonstration: of "the solidity of a party which, according .to its critics, has two linee •of-4'o er * n P c - T° begin with, there was a happy-reunion of the Parliamentarians. Mr, J. T.'.Mi Hornsby, who has won back the %'airarapa seat to Liberalism; Mr. Tyl v T.!.' Jennings, who.-did a similar " service at Taumarunui, and iir. Charles .l 3.. Poole, wliose genial presence once again, stands for Auckland AVest, met old friends after a few years of absence. .This feature in itself was an encouraging sign of the revival of Liberalism, but. the thing which stood out most was.the completely cordial attitude of the Labour members, all of whom...

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PREMIER STILL HOPES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 December 1914

PREMIER STILL HOPES. ; _ "ONE PASTY WE." '■' =" - (By. Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.); ■ - ; . WELLINGTON, Tuesday. ;A: fine sense of ■optimism- in the prospects ' ofthe Reform party, tempered with', a befitting modesty Concerning the possible/results of recount election petitions,: and -dissensions, among-the ravening Opposition forty,, is breathed into a statement' "which the' Prime Minister made to-day on the political situation. '*The:[different sections of which the Opposition is made up, and the individual " njgmbers thereof, must possess their souls in patience," said' Mr. Massey,. , "If', a few noisy individuals think that by. clamour or misrepresentation they, are going, to affect mc or the Reform party they never. made a greater mistake.; in their lives. The present may. ■ not -be satisfactory to any. one of the present parties, but. it is decidedly' interesting. The Reform party con...

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