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WEST COAST EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
WEST COAST EXPLOSION. THREE MEN KTLXED. BLOVN TO PIECES. Further particulars of the explosion that occurred on Tuesday at the mouth of Waikouria Creek, north of Raglan, show that it caused the death of three Maoris, and the horees they were riding. About 8 H.tn. on Monday Edward Whare, aped 2(i. and two brothers named I'lthura, aged 23 and 25 respectively, left Pukewera, between Port Waikato and Raglan, to attend a native gathering at Karaka, near Raglan. They evidently reached the mouth of the Waikouria Creek about 9.30 a.m. on Tuesday. About that time, as stated in yesterday's teiegram, a terrific explosion was heard by Sir. Michael Ryan, a farmer, who on reaching the beaoli iound the fragments of three human bodies, scattered in all dirt , , tiunr. The horee* were also blown to pieces, and the harness was scattered about. Constable Taylor, of Tuakau, who was despat bed to the scene to recover the b'iflic&lt;:. found pieces of steel and metal, which appeared to have been p...
DISABLED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
DISABLED SOLDIERS. REPLACING LIMBS. The committee formed some time ago for the purpose of dealing with matters particularly concerning disabled men, met last night at the Soldiers' Club. Satisfactory progress was reported on the arrangementH which had been made for tiic supply and repair of artificial limbs for men in the Auckland district. This is a matter of considerable moment to disabled men, who previously were put to much inconvenience if a limb broke down. In future a limbless man will be able to get his'artificial member repaired with comparatively small derangement of his everyday life. The committee is also getting into touch with similar bodies throughout the Dominion, and arousing sufficient interest among disabled men in other centres where no organisation of this kind is in existence, with a view to discussing their formation at the general meetings of the Returned Soldiers' Association in tlie centres. Three members have been nominated as representatives on the execut...
CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES. MR. ERNEST LILLY. Mr. Ernest Lilly, a candidate for a seat on the Auckland City Council, addressed an audience at Knox Hall, Parnell, last evening. He spoke in favour of a policy of municipal enterprise to solve the housing problem and supported municipal tramways in Auckland. Another feature of his speech was a suggestion that an esplanade from Ponsonby to Orakei would be a suitable war memorial. Mr. Lilly was thanked by acclamation. He will address a meeting at the Epeoni Public Library to-night.
AUCKLAND KENNEL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
AUCKLAND KENNEL CLUB. The twenty-eighth annual meeting of the Auckland Kennel Club was held at the Strand Cafe on April 14th, a fair number of members being present. In the absence of Mr Ben. Myers (president), the chair was occupied by Mr Norman Wade. The annual report showed that the club had, despite war conditions, had a very successful season. The annual show, which was held in August, ranked amongst the best held by the club, and the patronage accorded it by the general public was very satisfactory. The balanee-filiert showed the finances of the club to be in a greatly improved condition, and after wiping off heavy liabilities .brought forward from 1917, there was a balance to credit at bank of £18. The report and balance-sheet -were adopted. The election of officers resulted ac follows:—President, Mr Ben. Myers; vice-presidents, Messrs J. C. Hardie, W. Ryan, G. R. Hutchinson and A. Burt; lion, treasurer, Mr Norman Wade; comm.ttee, Messrs Donnaeiiie, Murrane, Bevin, Duncan, Lo...
CATHOLIC TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
CATHOLIC TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. The third annual conference of the A.1'.T.1. was opened yesterday at St. Mary's Convent, in the presem-e of nearly ISO teachers, some of whom came from as far South us Christchiireh. Hey. Father Bradley read a paper un &quot;Modern .Methods of Teaching Religion,&quot; An animated discussion followed, tlic iinaiilinouH opinion bclnß tUiu the rev. lecturer hail treated his subject iv a masterly way. The afternoon was devoted to sectional meetings in Vermont Street School, the following subjects being dealt with: Kellid,mi. Kugllsh. writing, arithmetic. The conference will be continued tomorrow, nnisulng on Thursday afternoou.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
The Rev. William Baumber celebrated the fortieth anniversary of his association with Durham .Street Wesleyan Church last Sunday. On Easter Sun&lt;lay, IS7P, he started his ministry as junior preacher at that church. Mr. Baumber re!ire&lt;l from regular ministry last year, hut is acting ac assistant in charge of Cashmere Hills Church. Mr. Henry Bunny, who died at Ahiaruhe, on iMonday nifrht, aped 74 years, arrived in New Zealand in IS;,;}, and in ISOO went to the Wairarapa. He wafor some years chairman &lt;■:' the Wairarapa South County Cnnuii. nUii chairman of the Tnratahi-Cartcrton Roail Board, and president of the lo'.;al Racui&quot; CJub.
LOCAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
LOCAL ELECTIONS FURTHER NOMINATIONS. AUCKLAND CITY COUNCIL. The following additional candidates for the Auckland City Council were not announced yesterday -• — G. Knight. J. Cowuill, W. S. Mo.vsam and ,T. 11. Mortensen. AI'I'KLAND HARBOUR BOARD. Tlie following seven members again take office, the candidature of six bbvlng lieea unopposed, and one being the Government Payers ot dues other rlmu dues on ships (one seat). —Mr. K. .1. Carr (sitting member). Newmarket and Onehunga lioriinpbs. Onetree Hill, I'aiiinuri-, Orakei, Mount Welling, ton, and T.-imaki West Road districts, and Klierslli- town district (one scat).—Mr. Et. Wynyard (sitting member). Devonport, Birkenhead, anil Northcote lioroughs (one seat I.—Mr. W. Wallace (sitting member). Itaglan and VVaikatn counties ami Hamilton boroughs lone seat). —Mr. .1. s. Bond (sitting member). Franklin ami Manukau counties (one seat).—Mr 11. It. Mackenzie (sitting member i. Mount Eden and Mount Albert hormiEhs, Mount Roskill. Avondale, and...
"ASK LOASBY ABOUT IT." [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
&quot; ASK LOASBY ABOUT IT.&quot; Houre: Mornings 9.31&gt;—12.30. After noon, 2—4.30. Closed faaturday Afternoon. This phrase has been my business slogan in Christehurch for many years. Thousands have come to mc with all their family troubles. I sold out my business in C'lmatclturch for, 1 am sure, the highest goodwill that has even been paid in New Ze.iand for a Chemist &quot;d buainess. This does not mean business failure, does it? When you or the children are. too had for home remedies, yet not bad enough for a doctor, that is the time to come and &quot;A&gt;k Umsby About It.&quot; 1 have had over fort; year*' experience a.-, a prescribing chemu-t, and i now place my services at your di-poeal. 1 do not pretend to be a iluctor— juet a prescribing chemist, who lias made a life hobby of it, ivho has been a success, who is honest enough to tell you if iou require a doctor, in which case there is no crmige. A. M. Loa c b., the on...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
TUCIIAP.D ,i r.THCii AND, QO.. T o-Moni ( ow, 1(&gt; 3Q i in '•Vμ Rnrais, ru.ioTT street. rpnn OF a T&gt;OOM3, FROM PEVfINrORT. HNI.Y IN I'Si: MONTHS. f-.-T w&gt;.•; i; n.K Ss&gt;-.TM tv.dt-HRAD i si '.ViVi; MAfillNl- i: - ttoo-i us new) i&gt;r.Ai run, v&gt;:t uimi; sidkkoaiux ■J j v.ND«O i: AUT RIMU lIAM. STAND. -&gt; :r TIM! SKAT. KTMi; MIRRORED i HAL!. HACK ■JUMI- lli-DlioOM 3CTTK OF i PIECES. 1 AUI.F. s.l/,1-: RRUSSET-S CART-I--.T (20 i Aia.MrUN SADDLKFtAn I.nL.VCE. ■-klvet chkjtf;rpielii lounge. t&gt;imi: s:,i-i:ktaii;e, card tav.le. Vt'lV 3!ASt.I.i:, Ki.-'MIM. .SET. &quot; [&quot;AS.-IVI. DIN. TAIU.i:. MNOI.rtTMS. 230-L ol&gt; -250 OF .-ATIIER TTocsK ■p»UnXISHINGB. TJICHARD RTHfR AND /~io. a rcTiONF.i: us. :i« [A Q.REAT /&quot;IIIANCE Tj^Oß CPECULATION. MrsT be cleared before atril 30. AACI A CR ES ON pOAST. CHENERY SUOGATE, Esq., lias returned from ihc Wands for n few (lays to arra...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
AUCTIONS. J. R E OBEnTS °N, ltd., THE Tiir, QHEEX STREET AUCTIONEERS. Instructed bj- the Public Trnstec In the ERtule of Mme. A. Dβ Prancocur (deceased), to Seli, by Public Auction, on miIURSDAY, ATRIL. ti AT -j-J O'CLOCK. VyiHOLE OF nER &quot;TVRAPERY OTOCK AND &quot;pTJRNITURE, Aβ follows: WORTH OF DRAPERY, lv &quot;&quot; v INDIES' UNDERWEAR AND FANCY HOODS. 1 1 ANDSOME SHOW CASE, Cft Cln X Oft. I CASE, lift x Sft Gin. CjIXUER DIiOPHEAD MACJIINE, good as *■-' iii-v . .'(-plpee Rcilroom Suite ~3-nlece Suit,, in U,,l Velvet. r Aitui: aviary, with c. canaries, J^ '10.1 rackets Canary S.-e.l. DUUng l.'iMc ui.il Cover, a Tables, l-'luur Uln. a j'lixcs fit , *. Jars. Oniiiiueulß, Tumblers, Snucepuns Kettles. Diunerwu.v, Kasy i luiirs. I'lirjifi Sqiiiirt-, ('Uaniber Cupboard, Men I :-vtt.'. ; . oiiiii. •'lipsln. Sea Grass Mats, Heartii Uu«K. Ten pots. L.urgt Veruuduh Jtllml. Mirrorv. CbllToiii.r. Koldlng Screen. *.'upn inn , s., I'utler.v, 2 Wardrobes, ni...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
AUCTIONS. ryALKER AND /COMPANY, (Late Walker and Coakley). mo-aroRROW, at ia ory a.m. (Nt&gt; Sale Friday, Anzuc D.iy). AT THEIR SALEROOMS, QUEEN STREET. ROLLS GOOD LINOLEUM'S 7 GOOD SECONDHAND CARETS. • HAUL LINO., ANX&gt; CARPET RUNNERS, Also, O U!PR.IGHT GRAND PIANOS. O REALLY GOOD GRAMOPHONES, And Ihe QOXTEXTS OP T&gt;OOMS (Removed for convenience of snip from Mt. Eden to our ppaclous Salerooms), Intituling— &quot;T&quot;nCRT PINE OAK FrRNIITTTRE, Alr &gt; MOST NKW StXaiCU DROPHEAD SEWINO MACHINE (LATEST i&gt;o MdDKLI, F.I.ECTRIC ORTLLKR, KK.ROSE.XE OKFien; lIKATKIt, j-PLATB CAMKRA AND STAND. WITH ACCKSSOKIK.S. IX TIP-TOP OltliKß, MAtilC LANTERN AND SLIDES. ! Details: TTTPHKHIT GRANT) PIANO, hy Fitz *- Ktihla. a nmgnlfleent instrument, practically new: eiwt £S5: SnI.ID OAK SIDEBOARD (with laryo P. l&gt; Mirrors), V:is,.s. J.irdlnf&lt;-rps, K.P. Ware, OAK EXT. l'lNI.Vi; TABLE, Cutlery Rlasswure O.Uv DININi; R...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
Aucmoira. ■pTAYMARKET T AND ■QALE T&gt;OOMS JTRIDAY, AT 2£Q WITHOUT RESERVE. A LFRED T&gt;UCKLAND &amp; QONS, TTD. Under instructions from tbe Trustees In the Estate of the late RICHARD BROMFIELD, WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, O IACRE SHCTIONS, of the Township -&gt; of Howick, being Lots 207 and 'Mβ. Level, ffrnssed, fenced, and in good order; together with the NEAT VERA-NDAII IHITTAGE OF 3 ROOMS. Close to townehlp and handy to beach. A LFRED -OUCKLAND &amp; QONS, THE HAYMARKET. 31 &lt;2IEND TfOR T&gt;LAN. jVr A N U R E W A. THE PICK OV TniS FAVOURITE DISTRICT. CLOSE TOWNSHIP AND SUBURBAN TRAIN SERVICE. O( /CHOICE TpARMLETS AND &quot;RESIDENTIAL OITES. A LFRED TJUCKLAND &amp; OONS, LTD., Fnvourpd with instructions from MR W. T. COX, will offer l.y PUiLIC ATC TION. at their HAYMARKET LAND SALE ROOMS, on PUIDAY, Q AT O3Q f.M. TTIS FINE BCNNY PARK ESTATE, In 1L L't I.o!s. ranging from li TO l. r &gt;i ACRES....
Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
AUCTIONS &quot;pTOUIT. TjTRUIT. XjMIUIT. &quot;PWIUIT. TpRUIT. TjWUIT. J? rTVURNER AND OONS, J.™., CITY MARKETS, ■TyiLL &gt; CELL -pRIDAY, 2?)™' 10 AM AMAPPLES APPLP.S Cookers Dessert PEAKS PEAKS LEMONS LEMONS PASSIONS PASSIONS Fins FIGS GRAPES GRAPES FIJI RANANAS. FUI BANANAS. FIJI HAN ANAS. FIJI BANANAS. Bi Talnne. T&gt;EODUCE. POTATOES. ONIOHB, PUMPKINS, KI'MARAS, CABBAGE, CKLKKY, CUCUMHKRS, Btft., WATER MELONS AND MARROWS. tOALKS AS TTSUAL -pvRIDAY AND SATURDAY. P rprRNER AND QONS, TTD. FRTIT MERCHANTS. 17 &quot;P R U I T. p R D I T. jp R U I T. &quot;pt R D I T. AS AGENTS FOR GROWERS OF QUALITY -pRUIT, TIADLEY AND pO., TTD■pADLEY AND T TD. WILL SELL rpo-Monnow, 1() QQ a.m. APPLES, Dessort AiPPLKK, Dessert,. APPLES, Cookers AIM'I.ES, Cooker* PEARS PEARS yn.vcES yi invks TOMATOES TIHIATUKS GRAPICS CiRAPIW 1! A.VAN AS HAN AN AS eOLTnBRN POTATOES, PI'MPKINS. ONio.vs, MCKUSIUJ, KL'MAHAS, CIT. iIEIAtNS, ETC. T&gt;ADLEY AND T TD....
Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
AMZAC DAT. piTI OF AUCKLAND. A N Z A C TV A Y. At the requcßt of the Aictlnsr-Prime Minister, I have pleasure In Inviting tho CITIZENS OF AUCKLAND To Observe ■pRIDAY, f&gt;KTU A PKIL (ANZAC DAY), AS A PUBLIC HOLIDAY. J. H. GUNSON, Mayor. April 10, 1010. 671 piIT OF ' AUCKLAND. A NZAC T)AY. A /&quot;COMMEMORATIVE gKRVICB Will be hold in the DOMAIN CUICIvET GROUND On TJWUDAY, THU 2fy TH OV A PUIL, 10111. AT THREE (i'i'lX)CK P.M. TUe l'ublJe arc cordially Invited to be present. Ills Worship the Mayor will preside and the speakers will be THE RIGHT REV. BISHOP AVERILL, l&gt;.L, the REV. J. VV. SHAW, and CHAPLAIN-CAPTAIN E. L. GARNER. ; lv the event of tbe weather being wet 'the function will take place In the TOWN 11 ALL. HENRY W. WILSON, Town Clerk. April 15. 1010. t&gt;7o ■OOROUCSU OF DEYUNPORT. ANZAC DAY. A I'NITBl) MEMORIAL SERVICE will lie held In the lioiy Trinity Church, Church Streei, on FRIDAY EVENING NKXT. at T.iVJ p.m. The .oliowini? Ministers ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
RAXI/WAY - NOTICES ATBW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. AVONDALE RACES. SATURDAY, 2«TH APRIL, JOIO. Return Fare to Avondale from Auckland, ; Newmarket, or Mount Kden (including Admission to Course), 2/U. I Ordinary tickets, from Auckland, New- ] market, and Mount Eden wiU NOT be available on any Race Specials. Single UckctK from Avondale to Auck- j land and Intermediate stations, 1/. The usuii-1 10.30 a.m. Knlpara tralss will ' not leave Auckland till L 1.43 a.m. Trains will leave Auckland fur Avondale i at 10.23 a.m., 10.33, 10.45, 10.5.&quot;., 11.0, 11.15, 11.25 a.m., and 12.15 p.m. These trains •wIU stop at Newmarket and Mt. Eden ouly. A train will leave Alt. Eden for Avondale at 10.35 a.m., and a train will leave Nemnarke-t for Avondale at 12.15 p.m. ; These traiuH will stop ;it Mt. .Eden. Kinjjs- ' laud, Mornluptide, au.l Mount Albert If j required. I Trains return Avondale to Auckland at 4.4'J p.m., T&gt;.-&gt;, 5.10. 3.as, n.lO, s..'i&lt;J, 0.0, C.B, an&...
INDUSTRIES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
INDUSTRIES COMMITTEE. IMPORTED MILK CAN PARTS. CAXDLKS FROM BUROIAH. The Parliamentary Industries' Oommiitor eontinned its sitting? reeterday aftcrni.ii! and ihLs morning. Mr. C. A. Wilkinson. M.1., presided. A. J. Harvey, of Alex. Harvey and foil.-, m.itr.if.k-: urns of '.pet metal jrooiU?, i-a ie a complaint against the importation of milk-can parts practically froe of ilmy. He stated that bundles, hoop?, hot torn--, and lids paid nothing, and bodies paid 15 per pent. The amount, of finish.nt: required to be done was inconsiderable, and the exemption from Jiity did not seem to him to be reasonable. He particularly objected to parts of milk vessels coining in from Soand navia in this way. Lately Japanese Bfentt- ha 1 been buying samples of all kinds •! -heet-metal poods, and it was predicted : htvi -'tipan would soon be competinj: H:s lirrn employed over 60 men, and lv.l machinery for making all the parts of -;i'h vessels as milk-cans. Asked liy the ciiniraiaji if his firm muM do ....
INFLUENZA CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
INFLUENZA CASES. DOMINION REPORTS. (Hy Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, Tuesday. The notifications of influenza cases during the days from April 14 to 17 are given by the &quot;.Minister for Public Health j a* follows:— In all :J8 cases were notified. In the Auckland district there were H case?, all mild except une gaetric case at Ohura. ' j In the Wellington health district there i wore IS eases, two at Kltham, both of the epidemic type, six in Wellington City, four severe and two mild; three at Pahia, tua. two mild and one pneumonic. All the other cases in the district were mild. •In the Canterbury district there were five ca-es, two of tliem shipping cases at j Lyttelton, lintli pneumonic, from the j ■trainer Korumikj. ! hi Otayu there wae one mild epidemic ! Case. r
ROLL OF HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
ROLL OF HONOUR. SerjH. Frank Kellar, who was reported Wounded and missing, has now been officially posted as killed. Sergt. Kellaj, Whu leu .New Zealand with the 31st Reinforcements, was an old Thames boy, »&quot;ii for twelve yearn was a prominent member oi the Hauraki Bund, and took great interest in the volunteers. Prior to his leaving for the front, however, he Vas unpaged in orchard work at Avondale.
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
AMUSEMENTS. THE NATIONAL THEATRE. &quot;Fame and Fortune,&quot; featuring Tom Mix Is the star attraction of the current programme nt the National Theatre. As In all of Turn Mil's plays, genuine cow- ' buys and horses belonging to Tom Mil's I own ran-ch are employed. Mix performs several feats which make spectators pasp in sheer amazement. &quot;Fame and Fortune,&quot; which is a Western drama, is said to be t-de strongest photoplny that the eminent William Fox has yet erm-cted. Mix portrays the role of a young m.in who. about ; |to be .-heated out of his lnheritan.-e. lights an organlaed conspiracy and wins The I. part gives Mix numerous opportunities to I the talenw for -vvhloh he is noted. Several alms of merit are shown In supl&gt;ort. Special nrisi- by the National Ort-hes- ■ tra accompanies the screenings. THE TIVOLI THEATRE. In fhe stirring photoplay &quot;Sitella Marts,&quot; at the head of rhe Tlvoll programme, Mary l&a...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 23 April 1919
I-oiirilfs Raziiar was continued last nijrht Wi tbi. Cin.ert I3iuiulier of thi- Town Hull, ill&quot; irrciitest interest was shown by a crowded |~iU M. ;„ [| K . three tableau* staged. The umsi remarkable. &quot;Cure of a .Sick Child.&quot; M , reuUy well douc, autl elicited *''iirtv apiJiailsc. Tbi' baz-jar will be con•imii'U to nijjhr. when three more living Pl'turps &lt;.f l&gt;.urdes will be .sliuwu. UI'SMA ritEG.I WEDrUMED. l'-Y I.ONIJUN SOI.'IKTY 1/ADIBS. I&quot; l':irk I.nii t .. Hoiid .street— rinclczvoij- or Uie elite of U.nJon Society - tie wurd Husma 1.-MU be heard. Many ttavietj Indies linvc prnveil the n'imilcrful efficiency of thin famous destroyer of supertluous liair. You. i.,,,. IUHj- be'fri-GU fr..m this disli-'iirc-nn-ia. Vrii,- for particulnrs. Mrs lliiilcn, I'ourienav l'laie Tram Terminus, V d.ingtiiu. lii-pt. S.—(Ad.) Tin' .!.( .!.. will dnsc from 2.3U ]).m. to i p.m. on Kriday, Anzac Day.—John Court, Ltd., yuwn S...