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ON THE AISNE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

ON THE AISNE. HEAVY PRESSURE AGAINST BRITISH LUTE. DETERMINED RESISTANCE. (Received 2.55 p.m.) LONDON, May 28. I Sir Douglas Haig reports: The enemy maintained continuous pressure all day Monday against the IJritish on the Aisne front. Severe fighting continues on the whole front of the British eector. On the right the 21st Division, in touch with the French, held their battle poeitions all day, anu success fully withstood enemy attempts to advance in the centre, and left of the sector. The Eighth, Fifteenth, and Twenty-fifth Divisions put up a determined resistance, and maintained the second-line positions until a late hour. The weight of the attacks carried the enemy across the Aisne westward of the British sector, towards the end of the day compelling our left flank . to fall back. j Local fighting hae recommenced on ; the Lys front, eastwards of Dickebusch 1 Lake. We made successful raids else- I where, yielding prisoners-—(A. and NJ2.)

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AMERICA'S RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

AMERICA'S RED CROSS FUND. (Received 2.50 p.m.) NEW YORK, May 28. The Red Cross campaign closed with the total of more than 14.3,000,000 dollars. A fund of 100.000,000 dollars was aimed at.— (A. and N.Z. Caible.) === I

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PRIORITY PERMITS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

PRIORITY PERMITS. 6,366 APPUCATIONS RECEIVED SOME IMPORTANT TRADE COMMUNICATIONS. < 1 The lion. Arthur M. Myers stated thie 1 morning that his Department had dealt i with C,.iOG applications for priority per- i I ruits to date, involving orders to the ! < value of £2,974,150. At the present < time there are 26 orders ready for certi- I fleation, and 30 orders under considera- 1 tion. Mr. Myers pointed out that the J prolonging of the war naturally created < conditions under which it was difficult I for his Department to make successful j representations in regard to all matters I which had been brought 'before him, but | ' j having regard to extraordinary condij tions he was pleased to state that on J I the whole very satisfactory results had Iso far been achieved. At the moment, ' i important communications were being i . exchanged between the Imperial authori- ! ties and the New Zealand Government in I I regard to the Trade between the U...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

SUPREME COURT. ! ■ PRISONERS SENTENCED. 1 — ; I A number of prisoners came before his j I Honor Mr Justice Stringer for sentence j at the Supreme Court this morning. , J Toru Tane, Waenga Peni, and Kiri ! . Tupe, for whom 'Mr Butler appeared, { came before the Court for killing a cow 1 on a station at Houhora. Tane and Tupe x were each sentenced to three months' i imprisonment, while Peni was admitted I .to probation for a period of two years. £ j Notu Rukutai, for whom Mr A. Moody « appeared, had forged a soldier's order, I and was admitted to probation for two t years, subject to the restitution of the « money within one month. £ I Harvey Catherine Johnson, who ap! peared on a charge of bigamy, received a ' ! favourable report from the probation * I officer, and was admitted to probation for j £ I twelve months, subject to the condition I l ; that she take out a prohibition order for i E herself during the period mentioned. l Daniel Christopher McDonald, who! 6 I appeared before t...

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DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

DIVORCE. A petition in divorce was commence! at the Supreme Court before bis Hono: Mr Justice Stringer and a jury of twelvi this morning. The petitioner in the cas< was Nora BradJy, now of Rotorua, anc the respondent Henry B. BradJy, o: Helensville. A counter-petition was inadt by Henry 3. Braddly against his wife Both petitions were made oc the ground: of misconduct, and David Bradley anc Edward T. Young were cited as co respondents in the counter-petition. Hi R. Singer appeared for Nora Bradly, ajid Mr J. R. Reed, K.C., with Mh Black, for Henry B. ISradly. Evidence is being taken at considerable length regarding the alleged misconduct of the partita concerned. Two undefended petitions for divorra vrere heard at the Supreme Court yesterday afternoon before his Honor Mr Justice Cooper. John Ferguson asked for a divorce from his wife Beatrice Ferguson on the ground of misconduct, Isaac Hall, a butcher, being cited as co-respondent. His Honor granted a decree nisi. A divorc...

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PROPOSED SOLDIERS' HOSTEL [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

PROPOSED SOLDIERS' HOSTEL HON. MB. GUTHRIE'S OPINION. VALUE OF HOME LIFE. Discussing the establishment of a soldiers 1 hostel in Auckland, the Hon. D. H. Gutiirie, Minister of Lands, remarked this morning that ail along he had been afraid of the establishment of soldiers' clubs in towns, his fear being based upon the possible danger that the repatriation of the men in the lines of life in which they would most probably succeed in the future might be retarded by club life. "No one." said Mr. Uuthrie, "can do other than desire to see the soldiers made as happy and comfortable as is possible to make them, especially on their return and in their convalescent stages. What has been spent on these clubs in some districts is quite justified, because the promoters have looked forward to the future in such a way that when these clubs are no longer required by the soldiers, who. we all hope, will become successfully established in homos of their own, the ...

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UNIVERSITY PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

UNIVERSITY PROVISIONS. FOB SOLDXER STUDENTS. THE FACTS OF THE CASE. The matter of provision mad. , by the University of New Zealand to safeguard the interests of soldier students was the subject of some remarks by the Rev. A. B. Chappell, Registrar of Auckland University College, this morning, when he 1 informed a Pressman that ample provision has been made to meet all possible cases of hardship arising when students either enlist or are called up. In fact, so far i from the regulations being "cast iron,"' they are extremely flexible, anJ are administered in such a -way as to avoid any injustice being inflicted. LEGISLATION. The registrar calle attention to the fact that there was enacted in 1915 the New Zealand University Amendment Act, providing as folio we:— "Notwithstanding the provisions of the principal Act, or the Arte amending the same, and of the University statutes, it shall be lawful for the Senate of the University of New Zealand, d...

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

SUDDEN DEATH. MR. C. A. WILSON. (By Telegraph—Own Correspondent.) PAPAROA, this day. Mr. C. A. Wilson died euddeniy yester-' day. He was working about noon on his farm, accompanied by hw son Alfred, when he had a seizure. Hie eon secured help, and carried him to Mr. T. Wilson's residence. Dr. Dukes was immediately called, but Mr. Wilson did not rujrain eonseiousnese, and expired at 9.30 p.m. He was a eon of the late Mr. T. W. Wilson, and had resided here since his boyhood. He wag a successful pa-storalist. and a director of the North Auckland Fanners' 00-operative Union, a member of the Methodist Church, and eecretary and treasurer of the trust board. He was a g-enerous giver to every good cause, and his death is deeply regretted.

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SERVICE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

SERVICE BOARD. I f. HEARING OF APPEALS. CASES DEALT WITH. L Tlie First Auckland Military Servict , Board is still sitting in the city daily. _ Tlie appeal of William F. Bath", oi ™ Hardinge Street, was further adjournec r for two months in view of the peculiai r domestic crreumstancee involved. c Martin L. Wilkins, manager of the t Dominion Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd. t Auckland (Mr. Buttle), was given leavt , till July 18 to arrange hie business affairs. j Ernest George, of Buckland. was { granted exemption till July' 18, in ordei jl to make household arrangements. Q James Bull, quarryman, Tuakau, aske<J a for leave to complete contracts. He hac 3 not anticipated that he would be callet n up now. John Routly, engineer to th< c Tuakau Town Board, gave evidence, anc t leave till September 12 wae granted. " Sydney VV. Barnett, postal eorter c Takapuna, said he wae the only remain c ing son of a widowed mother, two bro ( _ thers being sti...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

The latest mail from Britain brings news of another instance of rap d military promotion aniong New Zealander3 at the front in the winning of the rank ■ of major by Captain Kobert Cooper, of Auckland, now serving with the Koyal Harrison Artillery in France. Major Looper enlisted with the R.G.A. about two years ago as second-lieutenant, and received his latest promotion on the field during the first German offensive this year. He is an old boy of the Auckland Grammar School, an ex-member of the College Kifles, and. is not yet 25 years of age.

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NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CO. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CO. ANNTTAI. MEETING. EFFECT OF WAR CONDITIONS. i The annual meeting of the Northern Steamship Company, Ltd., was held in, f the company's office to-day. Mr. Matthew 1 Clark, chairman of directors, presided, I • and there was a largo attendance of •shareholders. • The report of the directors stated that , the net profit on the working account for '■ the year ending March 31, after making ' provision for insurance, depreciation, and boiler and repairs accounts, was £11,30!). ■ The balance brought forward from April ' 1, 1917, after deducting the dividend, was £2611, while transfer fees amounted to I £12, making a total of £13,933. The I directors recommended that this sum be l appropriated as follows: Payment of a ! dividend at the rate of 7 per centum per I annum (half of which was paid to shareholders in November, 1917), totalling , £11,298, and leaving a balance of £2034 - to be carried forward. The dividend will - be payable at the cocipany'6 office on and • af...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

MINING NEWS. AUCHXATTD STOCK EXCHANGE. Sellers. Beyers. !, BANKS— I . New Zealand (old) — .. 244/0 , New Zealand (p.u.) — .. 354/0 ' lXSUKAXCB- . New Zealand 190/0 .. 1S6/0 l National CO/0 .. 58/0 , South British 122/0 .. 120/6 , Standard — .. 44/0 < FINANCIAL — : i Loan and Mercantile (pret.) — . .1270/0 i < National Mortgage S3/0 .. — N.Z. and Kiver I'late.... —■ .. 37/0 COAL— Uikurangi 9/0 .. — ' Northern 7/0 .. — ! Tauplri IS/'J .. ia/4 ' Waipa 17/9 .. — •' Westport — .. 30/0 ' GAS- I Auckland (p.u.) 2S/3 .. 27/9 ' Auckland (conL) ll»/e .. lu/i Thames 13/ti .. — i SHil'ilNU — Uevouport Ferry 26/0 .. Northern Steam (p.u.) 16/6 .. 16/0 Huddart t'arker Co 40/0 .. 39/3 1 MISCELLANEOUS— . i Kauri Timber (cont.) 14/6 .. — 1 Parker, Lumb — .. 15/0 f Wellington Woollen .... — .. 140/0 A llycrofts. Ltd — .. lo/O j Farmers' Co-op, (pref.).. 20/6 .. 19/9 I Farmers , Co-op, (old.) — .. 100/0 I Auckland Trams (ord.).. 20/0 .. it Auckland Trains (pref.).. 17/0 .. — li Mi...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

POLICE COURT. « i . (Before Mr. F. V. Frazer, S.M.) DRUNKENNESS. One first offender forfeited bail. Robert Sommerville (G6), up on charges of getting drunk when prohibited and lof committing a nuisance, was dis- I charged on arrangements being made ' for his reception at a charitable institution. Joseph Foy, for breaches of his prohibition order, was fined £5 and 7/ ' costs. TOOK THE RISK. William Williams, a coloured American citizen, admitted that he worked on ' a ship without first obtaining a license [ under the War Regulations, and Hans ' Anderson admitted that he procured Williams to work on a ship when the latter was an alien and had no license. ! Anderson admitted that he knew Williams is without a license. He needed . a man on his ecow, and would have been delayed by waiting to get a license for the man, co he took the risk of employing the man for the trip, and on his return took Williams to the Customs office, and applied for the license. Williams was fined 10/ and 9/ cos...

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AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

AMUSEMENTS. FARMERS , THEATRE PARTY. In accordance with the arrangements made for ' Farmers' Week." a theatre party was held at His Majesty's last night. There was a large audience, and the special Programme provided by a number of Auckland's leading amateur performers was highly appreciated. The humorous playlet, "Her Bumv Day," In which the pnrtn were taken by Miss Zoe Hartley and Mcshi-s. H. V. Roberts, and A. McElwaln was a feature of the entertainment. Madame Bpllu Russell, Misses Jessie Bartlott, Linda Murphy, Ana Symons. R. Harrison. Rita Sullivan Messrs. B. Drake, Robert Adams, and the Lyric Four, also contributed Items. The accotnpnnlmeots were played by Mrs Paw- Bon and Misses Whitakor and Wood. Airs Pan-son conducted the orchestra. " ONE SUMMER'S DAY." A hand of well-known local entertainers ore to present the comedy "One Summer's Day" at His Majesty's Theatre, Friday and Saturday e...

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ALLEGED SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

ALLEGED SLANDER. « ■ CLAIM OF £100. An action for alleged slander was comj menced in the Magistrate's Court tol day, before Mr. W. Wilson, S.M. Her. Bert K. Cooke, estate agent, Auckland . (Mr. Prendergast), claimed from J. J. . Thomas, insurance agent, Auckland , (Mr. Diekson), to recover the sum of / £100, on the ground that on or about December, 1917, at the Carlton Boardinghouse, City Road, Auckland, the defendant falsely and maliciously spoke - and published of the plaintiff in relation i to his office as chairman of directors of 5 the Whangarei Cinnabar, Limited, to i John W. Wilson and Thomas Steadman I and other bystanders whose names were ! unknown to plaintiff the following - -words concerning the plaintiff: —"He has • defrauded the Whangarei Cinnabar 1 Company of £25, and I am taking proi ceedings against him, and will put him r in gaol before I am finished with him." j ' QUARRELS OF DIRECTORS. 3 Plaintiff gave evidence largely comprising a histo...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

There is a coupon in every tin of Hudeons Balloon Brand Baking Powder that enUtles you to receive a free copy of the Balloon Biking Book, containing 60 valuable recipes for Home Bakin» Ai The Hon. E. W. Alison and Mr Geor-e Wmstone visited Huntly yesterday, and, w,th Mr W. Ralph, made an inspection of the Taupiri mines. There Iβ a coupon in every tin of Hudson s Balloon Brand Baking Powder that entitles you to receive a free copy of the Balloon Baking Book, containing 60 valuabJe recipes for Home Baking Ad.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

! Messrs. Harrop and Medley sold by auction a property in King Edward Street for £565.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

- The highest possible point of purity in! i ' alcoholic beverages—Wolfe's i „. (Ad.) W li

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

AMITSEMEKTB. j i H TT IS "TAJESTY-S . ! -U-I-AJESTY'S <$g* "LfUtiDAY AND SATURDAY. S|jpl?&§ MAT 31 AND JUNE 1. In Aid of the victoria league red cross funds one cjummer's tyat," i ne Summers -Lay," ! By H. V. ESMOND. Author of, "Eliza Comes to Stay." CAST: Lady Walker. Mrs Patrick Cole, Mrs H. J. Bentley, Mrs C. C. Forsyth, Mrs A. Kinder, Miss B. Cole, Messrs A L Dennistoii, Wallace if nice, J. Tole, A. Forbes, J. W. Meredith, Sergeant-Maior H. J. Bentley. j H.M. THIRD (AUCKLAND) MOUNTED RIFLES BAND. Conductor: Lieut. H. Seymour. Director and Producer: Sergeaut-Major Herbert J. Bentley. Stage Manager: Mr W. J. Crowther. PRICES: 4/ (Res.), 3/, 2/, 1/. Box Plan, Wlldman and Arey's. 501 EITUATIONS VACANT. I TAILORESS wanted.—Little Tailors Shop, ' Victoria St. East, near lark. 5U3 £>N"EEDLE MachiursT _ "wauted at once; £> also Shirt Machin...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 May 1918

ON ACTIVE lERVICE, FOB KINQ AND COUNTRY, BKKBAVEMENT CIE.D. MR AND MRS J. T. AND A. BRAMUBY, of 27, Claremont Street, wish to thank all kind friends who sympathised with them ■ in the sad loss of their dear son and nus band, who was killed in action in France, April 28th; also for cards and telegrams '. received. 1 XEETOIG6. ; A UCKLAND WATERSIDE- WORKERS ■ XX ISDDSTKIAL UNION OF WORKEES. The Ualf-yearly Meeting of the above Union will be held in the Trades Hall, ! Uobson Street, WEDNESDAY, May 2J, 1 1918, at 7.30 p.m. F Business: , To receive Secretary's Report and Balance-sheet, etc. 1 HT. HILLIER, ■ 10G Secretary. ; ■ 9 HOUSES AITD ZAHO WASTED. FURNISHED Cottage, good, wanted to Rent; seaside preferred, and not near city.—Write Cosy, 489, Star Office. 10* HOUSE, Unfnrn., 5 or 6 rooms; clean and in good locality; Ponsonby prefer' red. —Write Urgent, 490, Star Office. 114 J TTODSE wanted, will give good Unencum» -El bered Section In part payment.—Write full particulars to M.D., 473...

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