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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

I? Get Your o©eT©irs PRESCRIPTIONS ■Baia«nDa«Ma«gHinaßßa»aaMi^ißSiiiHMHHi Dispensed Ht the Reliable J ©Id Mill Pharmacy < (O. S. WILES, M.P.S. by Exam., Manager). I NO DEAD STOCK. ALL LATEST MEDICAL AND SURGICAL APPLIANCES IN STOCK. | "IiEPHSRIN," flic British-made ASPIRIN | substitute, now to hand. J Smeetons Limited ] '"■-" .- ". ..- -'■ —^ v ! €

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

King of the Kitchen. c^ m raff v » Pure Foods Act, and Anyone can make a I better than the Act success with Garland's J I The Large *j ir& The Large > Tin-" ; ■# j <-0 Tiii ■'" From all Grocers. GARLAND'S BAKING POWDER has had a phenomenal sale on merit alOhe. 1 Hi om , every part of the city and suburbs we receive the commendation. of ■' x aelighted housewives, whose Scones, Cakes, and Pastry are no longer subject" 1 v ; : to failure, but are sure to turn out right,, and meet the flattering - the rest of the household. -..P.F.- ~; - , v — .; ,- : The increase in cost of materials and tins has compelled us to advance, our price.' 3 * v to meet the increase; but we are sure housewives will recognise that this "is I unavoidable, for we originally fixed the price, and stated that there would be no advance for a year. This we have steadily maintained, even at a loss, but the tremendous increase in sale...

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"ROBIN ADAIR." [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

"ROBIN ADAIR." By CHARLES PKOCTOB, Author of "An Innocent Judas," "My Kin Folk," "The Dice of God," "Ashes of Vengeance," etc. CHAPTER IX. A NEW COMPLICATION". Sirs. Stewart arrived home to find Sheila in a state of agitation bordering on hysteria. The events of the clay had been almost too much for the girl., brave though she was, and Valeric Delinonte's visit had seemed the last straw. When Valeric had left the house after uttering her final threat, Sheila had paced too aud fro in mingled distress and agitation, then, quite suddenly, she collapsed, flinging herself down on the sofa in an abandon of grief and despair. Everything had gone wrong, the cup of happiness had been dashed from her lips, fate seemed against her, and life seemed scarcely worth living. Pestered by Hugh Ladbroke, whom she hated, annoyed by the clumsy attentions ot Sandy...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

nft Troubles. w Prescribed by the medical profession for twentyft our y ears > Angier's Emulsion is now universally i recognised as a standard approved treatment for /"of c °lds, coughs, bronchitis, asthma, consumption, I I { c ||P|si£ Jm and for all catarrhal affections of the respiratory r . ¥%y|§ or digestive organs. A ngier's Emulsion is soothing an( * healing to throat, lungs, stomach and i ntes ti nes > an d it has a most invigorating, tonic 1 v influence upon the general health. Equally useful 1 "' for children or adults, it is an invaluable household 1 ' remedy for chest affections and wasting diseases. I _JT 'MFReDSTHOUBm WAS IN CONSUMPTION." Rrcovering si* wly from a sev-re attack of typhoid ] Em-lsion. and before I had finished th« first bottle "ever. I was stricken down with a heavy cold on my - I lost the harsh cough, and after three bottles I longs which I could not shake off. I was reduced was a...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

(To tx continues aaily.) MEDICAL.. CUTICURA COMPLEXIONS Are Usually Fresh and Clearv Soft and Velvety. The Soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal. Thus these fragrant super-creamy emollients promote and maintain the natural purity and beauty of the skin, scalp, hair ana hands under all conditions. Sample Each Free by Post With 32-p. Skin Book. Address post, card: R. Towns & Co., Sydney, N.STw, bold throughout the World. y, * ,0,w ' fcKL, GOITRE o W Of SOOO appreciative letters received B » by Mr. A. Doif?,roanvhavecomefrora V ■ parents whohe children were com- fl H pletelycTjredbyDoig'.GoilteSpecific. I 1 inese letters are open lor inspection. I H A Masterton father, for example I H states his boy was completely freed I fl from Goitre in two months. Thi3 I I snrely shows the wisdom of in- I ■ stantly treating little sufferers with I m this safe, sore and simple remedy A wf For 10 6, one month's treatment sent I • post-paid any address. • • A DOIG F «...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

EDUCATIONAL. ENGINEERS' CERTIFICATES. LAND, MARINE. AXD OIL, FOX ALL GOVERNMENT EXAMINATIONS. AUCKLAND SCHOOL OF CORRESPONDENCE BALMORAL ROAD, off Dominion Road. i W. X. ROBINSON, _ * ' •*■*•¥ • % MECHANICAL ENGINEER, DRAUGHTS- Some Strong Evidence: "" IE " W OPTICIANS. Lfl w% m PEACOCK AND SON. Ophthalmic MJkgmSSz Messrs. C. A. Wilkinson, Ltd., Storekeepers, £, V ictoT c & 2lß T h Q e U ffi Eltham, use four Registers as a complete system, rccur a te P irfi«ed. m l h r^cia!^ Er e S s pe o aC ai! * 5 5^F= ==:=== iCI=====3 tO reDIaCC Cash desk. Colours in Stock. Nautical and Surveyors' XSL^c** ""r"""' wuu " •••"»• Instruments in stock and repaired. Messrs. Smeetons* Ltd., Grocers, Auckland, = have used different systems, but returned to six decorators. Cash Registers on the counter. HENDERSON Messrs. Hart Bros., Merchants, Auckland, (Established...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

TIMBER" NOTICE*. L.OB. auck_l_ajid. ■■;;■: L.OB. FOR KAURI. /:-. ' L.OB FOB TOJABA. ■-'_ ... L.OB. FOR RLMU. L.OB. FOR 3IATAI. L.OB. FOR KAHIKATEA. L.OB. POR OREGON (Douglas Flri. '■- L.OB. FOR OREGON LATHS. . -• * L.OB. FOR ORWGON DOOES. L.OB. FOR B.C. CEDAR SHINGLES. L.OB. FOR REDWOOD SHINGLEo ' ; L.OB. FOR 3-PLY WOOD. ','.'' L.OB. FOR MOULDINGS AND JOISEnt. : l.o'b. THE KAURI TIMBER CO. LIMITED, : CUSTOMS STREET WEST. BUILDING TIMBER TZAURI, T>IMU, ~ TyrATAI. rpOTABA. TABR AH. QREGON. JOINEBT, JJOOBS, g*6HEV' MANUFACTURED FROM THOROUGHLY : SEASONED TIMBER ONLY. CATALOGUES AXD PEICB USTS-OJ - APPLICATION. D. GOLDIE & SONS, LTD. OCEANIC SAWMILLS, BREAKWATER ROAD. Phones: 653, Head Office; 06, Order Offlce.' KAURI. TOTARA. RIMU, WHITE PIKE. OREGON PINE, BLUE GUM,.IRONBABnV Joinery and Mouldings always in stock:. '■ . D. GOLDIE'& SONS, LTD. UNDERTAKERS. —-^»1- mWmmmmmmm , (ESTABLISHED 1812.) JAMES JAMIESON, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB;' '• ...

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PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. SOLDIERS' CLAIMS INCREASING IUVAI- EMPLOYMENT BUREAUX j MERGED. ' The Mayor of Auckland 'Mr. -1. H.I Gunson") presided over a meeting of theexecutive committee of the Auckland provincial Patriot:.' and War Relief Association, held yesterday afternoon. .'PREMIER AND TRAINING FARMS. letter was received from the Minister for Land, .'the Rt. Hon. W. F.| riasifv.l. acknowledging-the receipt of_a 'copy oi the ropo.* of the recent conference ' between representatives .of ihe Farmers' Union. Agricultural Association and the Patriotic Association in connection with the report on soldiers', training farms framed by thc_Mayor.| ''Tfie-'fnipnffaiuV of "the matter' dealt"! with in tlie report is fully realised by the Government, and 1 wish to assure] you that the recommendation will rc-j eeive my earnest consideration." wrote air. Massey. JUNIOR CADET MOVEMENT. A letter was received from the YVnihi Patriotic Committee, su...

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TROUBLE ON ULIMAROA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

TROUBLE ON ULIMAROA. DISORDERLY INCIDENT AT COLOMBO. COOLIES PELTED WITH COAL. j (l'.y Teie-^rapL.—Parliamentary Reporter.* "WELLINOTON: Wednesday. week Mr. Payne asked tbe Defence Minister whether on the last-trip of the transport ITimaroa a man committed suicide, the member asking further if the man was a German, and the nature of the contents of his box. To-day Mr. Allen replied that the suicide was a steward who shot himself with a revolver, apparently as the result Of depression through having been. re " jectcd - from the Expeditionary Forces on account of a weak heart. The man, explained the Minister, was a native of England, and his box contained, in addition to clothing, nothing but a few carpenters' tools, a few cartridges belonging t-p the revolver, and books on short-j hand and botany, of which he was a student. Another question on the Ulimaroa. put by Mr. Witty, elicited a reply which thro.ws some light on the disturbance that occurred on the tr...

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NO STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

NO STRIKE. RAILWAY SOCIETY'? HXLTCY. 1 ®5' Telegraph.—Parliamentary Reporter.) WEIUXHTOX. Wednesday. The Railways Committee reported tn day that it-had no recommendation to. nia-ke upon the petitions of a number of railway works-hops' employees that the Xew Zealand' Railway Tradesmen's A-rOeiation lie officially recognised by tlie - peparfenH-nt. The effect- of tins rerom" inenda-tion i* that the Association remain-? part of the Amalgamated S.iciety 0': Railway Servant-. Dining tlie dis-cus-6'on upon the report. Mr. Field. Xpl'Oii. stated fc-iat petitioner? mentioned :ui one o: the reasons for desiring to leave the s Ama.lgamate.il Society that they fearc,; - iU policy ten-led to involve tlieni in a strike, j Mr. Ycit-eh. a former president of the " Amalzamatod >o ietv. emphatically pro-| tested apainr.t an attempt to si arc the public regarding the 'policy of the; , -'.^;l>- S - He had been in elci-c touch! vith tee society for over i...

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EXAMINATION EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

EXAMINATION EXPENSES. a THE MINISTER TO CONSULT EDUCATIONISTS. (By Telegraph.— Parliamentary Reporter.* WELLINGTON. Wednesday. Tn reply to the recent suggestion that steps be taken to devise some method of lessening the expenses of administration dealing with examinations, the Hon. J. A. Hanan stated to-day that in examinations conducted by tbe Education Department considerable reduction had already been made in cost through the more extensive employment of the services of inspectors of schools who. having recently become officers of the Department, are now available without a special fee for such examination work, as. in addition fo other duties, they might fairly be expected to undertake. Mr. Hanan continued: " 1 recognise, however, that the question at issue is one of much wider application, involving, for instance, the question of apparently unnecessary duplication in certain caocs. and co-operation of the authorities not under my control. Tlie matter will have my c...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

Clear, convincing proof of the efficacy of I Marshall's Fpspherino is given by the thon- MiflJ-bf cures it has effected here in New 1 Zealand. Marshall's Fospherine is a sure. | Permanent cure for nerve disorders, loss of' * ae rgy, brain fag. sleeplessness, mental or Physical weariness. Get a bottle ot Marshall's cures quickly— thoroughly. 1/6 and i.Q, at Chemists and "„otores.-(A(l.) Every'chemist and store sens Martin's AP'O-I Pills in Xew Zealand. See the , signature. Win. Martin, Southampton, England/is on each bottled—(Ad.) The 1 highest possible point of purity in •woholie beverages.—"WoOfe's Scrmsppa.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

GAS MANTLES. jimiini. ■ ■ mainii —ii ■ — £5© Seward Volker Mantles are British made by a British Company. There are no German Directors, Shareholders, or German connections whatever. The Company offer £50 reward for information enabling ihem to take legal proceedings against an? person or persons circulating statements to the contrary, «gfr l-33 a Si i.3C U ki As British as a British Batrtloshli Volki-r Lighting Corpora!ion, Ltd., Wandsworth. London, England. Kefirurntßtivet /tr .V/w Zealand: E. I. Htams, Ltd., iiS, Victoria Street, Wellington. MINERAL "WATERS. Drink ftal Satisfies That's Bus- V* M/ietta Cider. It P&fISS. /A 'A ia made from the "af'W /*• |J purest apple juice 1 , -Sr.jidcunesucar. It >tft:i&wMt, I / •Tiß'noif- aMebholiC m,mw 'WtfT Mi CV and deliciously r«- I HI-/ jfe? Iff ArtMrye aary "Kasaaf f AT ALL HOTELS AND STORES. Die Agents: A. HANCOCK AND CO.. LTD PATENTS. PATENTS jj drawing, and absol...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

Picked out Special Lots from all Depts., for FRIDAY ONLY SALE 8 THE |P| I fj' store! SALE B DEPT.— ft DEPT.— OR DEPT — T DEPT.— m SCOTCH WOOL, in Black, g ■ LADIES' KID CLOVES, slightly |1 NECKWEAR Gators, all new 1 RIPPLE CLOTH, for Wrappers, lf * White, and Crsys-Usually 7/3. ** spstted-Usually 7/3. etc. .1/111 8- styles-Usuatly 1/3. etc. «Jd on ■ «ts.. In many shades-Usualiy nnd 4/11 per hs.d on Friday. •» ««*». Friciay. 4% enViday. "' '"* '" BDEPT.— H ALL-WOOL STOCKINGS, ths (Tfo DEPT.— gl ' BDEPT- day -- $| DEPT.- HDEPT.- f nMX " | B Plenty of ALLOVER LACE In d3y . P* DEPT.— aay ' V Black, Paris, and White-Usually p AnQtner Lw „ A „ orted WASH . 3/11. etc. 1/- per yard on Friday. ■ ING LACE-Usually 5/5, etc., Qlf DEPT.— R DEPT.- „„„„. „. per «,„„ on Fri . UU Sotj PATTERNSbB ALKAMBRA OUILTS. f«r l.bed, day. VV Usually 1/-. 3d per set en Fri. W Pink and Whits; also Blue and day. ODEPT.— White—Usually 4/6. 2/11 en Fri- A Whole Lo...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

I New Season's f .Novelty Neckwear We have received the first of our New Season's; " "X : I Neckwear, and these are extremely dainty, as befits.require-; .;.. : 3 ments for the Spring and Summer Season. We cordially, I extend an invitation to iadies to inspect these charming I ". goods. We mention a few of manyitems:—; 1 The NEW LILY COLLAR, in Pink only,' good value—2/3. & 1 WHITE MUSLIN MEDICI COLLARS, wired,'good value— ;- '■ ■&* | .1/11. '_ .'-:■• ;| •■■•: WHITE MUSLIN VESTS, very smart, good value—2/3 and "-"- 1 2/6. ■ .1 WHITE MUSLIN ROLL COLLARS, dainty designs, good ' "T" . | value—l/-, 1/3,1/6,1/11. ' 1 / 3 -■ EMBROIDERED NINON COLLARS, good value—l/ 9 and 2/3. ; . ,%; WHITE MUSLIN COSTUME FRONTS, good value—. 3/9,4/11,5/6, and 6/6. ~, „ "-V. •; -;-'■ VESTEES, in Lace, Tiighcollar, turned-backrevers, good V^'■ value—3/6 and 4/6. ' ' -*-&quo...

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BIRTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

BIRTHS. A rnnt,-;""ri n « ,ls V st 2 - 191 C' at Saw*' s . Hnntly Avenue, to Mr and Mrs Ansue, a son. ri ?it?n CE- T7 on , July 81 - lnlc ' at their residence, Haydeu Street, to Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tearce, a son. Both well. rvt m^ 1 R SON — 0n Jlll J- 2S, at Nurse i ill s, Luroa, Tonsouby Road, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson, of Fine Park, Avoudalc, a daughter. (Dr. Brockwav).

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

DEATHS. BR-AIN.—On August 2, 1916, at the Auckland District Hospital. Clifford, the! dearly beloved youugest son of Mr. and Sirs. T. Brain. -Sclwyn Street, Onebmiga: aged 1-1 rears 11 months. . Peace, perfect peace. The funeral will leave the above . address for Mangere Public Cemetery tomorrow (Friday}, at 2 o'clock. Friends please accept this intimation. KAY.—On August 2. 1010, at her late residence. Stanley Street, Auckland, Marlon J. Kay, relict of John Kay. and sister of Mr.. James Mclutyrc, Mangere. In her eighty-ninth year. Funeral notice later. KEYS.—On' August 2, 1910, at her late residence, O'liorke Street, Ouehungn, Lena, the'dearly beloved wife of George Edward Keys; used 42 years. The funeral will leave the above -. address for Waikaraka Cemetery tomorrow (Friday), at 10.30 a.m. Friends piease accept this intimation. TAYLOR.—On August 2. IMC, at her late residence. Wynyard Road. Mt. Eden, Mary Sarah, relict of Edmund Taylor, deceased; aicd S3 years. "At res...

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IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

IN MEMORIAM. BROOKER.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who died on August 3, 1012. At rest. f Inserted by her loving daughter, Isauel t Lewis. EROTHERWOOD.—Iu loving memory of my dear wife, who departed this life j August 3, 1015. ] §ome day we hope to meet her. '1 Some day, we know not when. I {We shall clasp her hand, In a better land, I. Never to part again. M Gone, bnt not forgotten. Mama. ' A- Inserted 'by Icr loving husband and %i children. BROTHERWOOD.—In loving memory of my dear mother, Lucy Brotherwood, * who ,/ died at her Tesidence, ' 14, Commercial . Road, Grey Lyrrn, on August 3, 1915: aged 41 jears. .We saw her suffer day by day, Which caused us silent grief, To.see: her slowly pine away, -And could not give relief. In dreams we see her loving faci And kiss her loving brow. And ".whisper, as we loved her theß We love her memory now. Her voice is now' silent her heart Is now cold. The smile and the welcome that met ns of old; We miss her and mourn her In...

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BEREAVEMENT CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

BEREAVEMENT CARD. SUI SSV MBS S. CAKLTOX AXD! FAMILY desire to tender tlielr sincere! thanis to the many kind friends who sym-' pathised with them in their sad bereave-! aent. Special Iα itcmoriam Cards, teith '-, Soldiers' Badges, can Sβ obtained f at tho "Star" O&cc.

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 August 1916

MAIL NOTICE. t ; . t Mails will close at the Auckland Posr Office as under: — : ■ THIS DAY. ; For Thames, per Wakatcre. at 4.1S p.m. For Waikoima and Leveit, 1.8., per Miner-a, ar 4.45 p.m. . For Marsdcn Point, l'arua Bay. TVliangarel Heads, Waipu, Wbangarei, Onerahi, ■J 'j . Kauio, Kauri, HiUurangi, Whakapara, .-" Hukerenui, Towal, and Kawakmva, etc., i per at 7.45 p.m. For Kussell, Ohaeawai, Kohnkohu, and Rawene, etc., per Mannia, at 7.45 p.m. For Port Pitzroy, Whangapara, Tryphena. Okopu, Okonga, Okini, and ilotalrehe, per Daphne, at 7.45 For Turua, per Tauiwha. at 7.43 p.m. FRIDAY, August 4. For Leigh, Mangawal, and Sawnn, per Kairan, at 12.15 p.m. For Awaroa, Co.yes, Coromandel, Wbltianga, Gnm Town aud Knaotunu, etc., fWnangapouji on Coromandel) per . ' Daphne, at 12.45 p.m. For Fiji, per Whangape, at 12.45 p.m. ■ iTor Beckett, P. 8., Cambridge, T. 8., Cashmore,' P. 8., Sandspit, Kalana, ilirandi Douglas, P. 8., Smedley, P. 8., and Orere Point, per Hirere, at 1.45 ...

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