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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
Serve Energy in Pie and Cake ! There's nothing nicer, than Raisin Pie and Raisin Buns and Cake —and yet these delicious foods are both energizing and nutritious. SUN-MAID Raisins are generously stored by nature with fruit-sugar and food , iron. Alluring in flavour — I Seeded j easily digested—good for the j in blue blood. j packets e&gt; m# • i i• i ■ Seedless — j Sun-Maids are big, plump, } £n rgJ I juicy, and tender. The finest j packets ! raisins grown —cleanly pack- * 1 &gt;d—now at your grocer's. HAises-e Relief from Morning Sickneti. Expectant mothers can usually gain relief rroni morning- sickness by taking- a wineglass of Kruse's Fluid Magnesia. As delicious as it is gentle ana effective. 1/G everywhere. Cheaper than imported brands because no duty rates to pay. (Ad.) over Milk Puddings « **°° i Silver Spoons &quot;F • 1 v «r'* * were received by delighted are Richer &quot; «°&lt;- Creamoata, Milk Uaties, ! • 4» S«p..« 74Hithi.»d»Co&am...
SOLDIERS PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
SOLDIERS PENSIONS. j TEE NEURASTHENIA CASES. I &quot;SI'OIU-MJ . SI'LivXUIU KKCOKD.&quot; * 1 (By Telesrni|&gt;li rres&lt; Aesm-intiu.D CIIKISTCin'RCH. Monday. T]t MCCUtivi- ..f the Christeliureli I P»tnri'P'l Soldier* , Association has issued I f,; t( . m cW in r,ply to tljo recent S tale- I ,phi uv tin- Minister of Detence on the I ' lliit'i't &quot;' war p°&quot; :i ' or,s: Thr axsocia- I linii unwavering in it* &lt;talompnt that I r el«n.«l nMicrs ; ,ro not heing given th, I Uettt of the ilouM a&lt; Car as medical I treatment and pention. «ro nmemwd. 8 ,,,1 it h prepared to prove thta i-on-1 tuition before any Parliamentary com- I m j, too of inquiry or independi-nt triliu-1 n ,il which may he appointed. I -p] R . statement concludes: &quot;It is only I rwratlv i ha' ''x , Director-General of I Seal Serviw*. Sir Donald MacGavin. ' I iai&gt; 'iff&quot; npp°'» lel, lls Illc&gt;nll ' el ...
NOT PREPARED FOR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
NOT PREPARED FOR WAR. TRAINING OF CITIZENS. DANGER OF RESTRICTION. CHRISTCHURCH, Monday. Speaking at the annual South African Peace Da/memorial service and parade. Sir Heaton Rhodes. Minister of Defence, said that when lie left Wellington, the Prime Minister had asked him to eonvev to the Christchureh veterans a message in which he sakl he remembered their services, which wore- appreciated both by himself and by the country. &quot;He extended to them best wishes for the future, and expressed the hope that they would live to. be present on many more occasions. . Sir Heaton piiodcs said he remembered those times in South Africa, and especially.tie occasion .when peace -was signed. He remembered, as did nearly eyerv -Yen&quot; Zealander, the comrades who . '..'Fai'-Bffieii &quot;noffifirtly iiithe Bo.fith African War, but also in the recent Great War. Their memories also went back to the - great leaders, such as Lord Roberts and Lord Kitchener, who had fought wi...
IMPROVING PASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
IMPROVING PASTURES. The Agricultural Department, has recently been carrying out interesting experiments at Pueera, near Whangarei. where.GO acres of the poorest gum lands &quot;STe been operated upon. The object ! &quot;I the experiments, the Director-Gen- i eral of Agriculture (Dr. C. .T. Reakes),; i 'wormed a &quot;Dominion&quot; reporter, has: ; neen to establish good, permanent pas- l lure. The results so far have been i v ery encouraging. The bulk of the ! pastures is looking extremely well, and ?' V C3 good promise of holding, though, °t course, some time must elapse before &quot;us.point can be definitely established. J n addition to the growing of crops stable for ploughing in, in order to increase the organic quality of the soil, : another interesting point is the introduction of kikuyu grass (indigenous to '. South Africa). This appears to be well established, and is giving better results , : &quot;ach -year, especially when ...
IBIRKENHEAD BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
IBIRKENHEAD BOROUGH COUNCIL. - ■ m^S d fV '-&quot;&quot;&quot;&quot;&quot;too. _ The Mnyor H&quot;w S ar] - ( S^i f «- ';• B. Campbell. P.' H. Hdrt. A E - w ood, and Albert Hadformed tlu '?' . cnm n,itrp E s have been wonrll - final ~.-,, ln fei&quot;led rliat the whole ll &gt;e two'igh. ' c general business of 4^ht
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
PROM 'NENT BANDSMEN. ««ali/ prtSd tw a « ontes ts have once Plnenzol ? ICrC is DOt^D S to ooist and&quot;coo? JPJ r&gt; U , eC , p l ne the mouth . v cool, ana Q-tol for cracked lips. I ckfci,. Wo ™. , reme&lt;l y that £Ii pi. Wades Worl » Figs— i »«'? ant° *5 l »--fcwl«telT harmless-! JAdj ' NaZOl freel 5&quot; lc,r that fresh cold.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
*S *J *A*ANGA»AI* mr%sn &quot; &quot; SILK FABRIC WEEK Starts To-morrow (Wednesday) For One Week only we are offering extraordinary Bargains in Silk Fabrics. Come Early and Get the Pick. *&quot;* »««H-e Sat in -S h ow ing in a specia, q ual ity for Price, 5/6. Silk Week Price 4/9 Handbags, Millinery, etc. 20in. wide—Usual Price, 7/11. oi i t «.„ ~. ' Silk Week Price, e/11 yard. Ulack Jap. Silk-A Real Bargain in Black Washing Silk; a « .„ „ o . n good wearer, 27in. wide—Usual Price, 5/11 Silk Week Paillette Silk—A Silk with a soft finish, an inexpensive Silk Price, 4/9 yard. * for day or evening wear. The shades are: Navy, Nigger, StriDe Fuii &lt;*ilk Th* TW r i n α-n A•• • , Mole, Nattier ' Saxe ' Kingfisher, Jade, Lemon, Apricot, Mnpe t uji talk—The Best Grade, all Silk Fuji with guaran- Helio., Sky, Nil Green Shell Pink Henna Tomato V yard. . . 9 Crepe de Chine-A rich quality Crepe de Chine, showing in Si!k - Sh ° I wil J g 1 in &quot;guaran...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
There are Remarkable Offerings at Whitcombes Stocktaking Sale Unusually keen prices ate the ruling feature of our present Stocktaking Sale period. Buyers of Hooks, Stationery, and Fancy Goods will welcome this opportunity of fulfilling their requirements at prices cut considerably below the usual. Books, Stationery, Fancy Goods, Heavily Discounted. Here are just a few of the many unusual bargains offering. Some of the Book R e d u ?Jd% ?o°iol Stationery Lines Bargains. in f. are Keenly Priced. 6/- NOVELS REDUCED TO 2/6. HANDBACS : WRITING PADS; Ce %,£- Slretl ° f a ThwianJ D °- 2fTSvt::.wi; s≤ /•*« -*■*-,«* *««&lt; «*«. 2 50 Fitzgerald, F.-Thk Side of Paradise &quot;' 17/6 ' 22 6- »A 35/-, 40/- '&quot;&quot;&quot; o/ l oo ' , &lt;&quot;'&quot;'&quot;* W er - ,0 xb ' Fox. /.. Junr.—Erskine DaU. Pioneer&quot;&quot;Pc•, r&gt; ■ wo Hall, H.-Egan. TRAVELLING BACS- - T , ,/9 &quot;&...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
AMUSEMENTS. - LAST TlirtEE DAYS. LAST THREE EIGHTS. phone /&quot;»j»Tinid77 — fR phone giooA (MATiONAL ulld PICTURES J 2 i6oa NOW SHOWING. 'l I 1 &quot;rpHR point re -atonte pnisTO.- i ••±IIK torNT vJ F -&gt;J-ontr vJristo.&quot; -rpHK / Ior.VT /-VK -4TONTK pKISTO.&quot; I '•miilO / MILNT fV -tfOXTE riKISTO.&quot; I &quot; J- UK ( -Ol'H V -'F --'J-ONTK I ALEXAXDKE DUMAS' CLASSIC. j SESSIONS: 11.13. J. 30. :i.40, 0.0. S.O. EESEHVKf nt I.'vis H. E.i'ly and Son. lA&lt;.. till 4.30 p.m.. tbcn Pbune 2169 A. . NOW SHOWING. ' ~~ NOW SHOWING. TOM MIX TOM MIX TOM MIX TOM MIX And TONY, in 'ROMANCE LAND.&quot; &quot;IioMANCE LAND.&quot; The Tale of a Modern Ivanhoe who lived on ih&lt;? Western Tlnlns. Uroncho UusUng Chariot Racing Stage Coach Racing. A Whirlwind ol Daring nD(I Sensation. Also, THE LEE KIDS &quot;WISE BIRDS.&quot; THE LEE KIUS In &quot;WISE BIRDS.&quot...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
AT THEATRE. KING 4232. ? EDUCATIONAL. I ACCOUNTANCY QUALIFICATION; 1 j ensures progress and ' I PROSPERITY. [ UNDER OUH PILOTAGE YOU CAN QUALIFY RAPIDLY YET THOROUGHLY AT A MINIMUM COST. j Our IT, years&quot; specialisation enables ns to - I give you a course ami service that stands ,| alone for value, tiuautity. and Quality. &quot; ! KNOW MOKE AND EARN XIORE. The best investment you can niakc is give the small amount of time and tnone.' &quot; LepdMl to win qualification under oik guidance. KeaU our SO rage BooK &quot;Accountancy, ' prepared solely tor your use and benefit, .mil sent free upon receipt of name an I address. Inquiry entails no obligation » whatever. I DO NOT DJ.LAY—ACT TO-DAY. 1 TTEMISGWAY AND TJOBERTSON, THE CORRESPONDENCE TUITION SPECIALISTS. ' Union Buildings, CUSTOMS STREET E. l'.O. Box fj.6. Auckland. KB handwriting, neat, legible, artis-1 VJ tic. .Harle files' system. Classes daily ■ and Monday and Thursday evenings, -:u, ' Ilelu...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
TENDERS. jrp &quot;I X A I' U N A. I House in O'Neill's Avenue. Tenders closing MONDAY, June 11. 4.30 p.m. Plans lat Davidson. Chemist. Picturedrome. and lat ray office.—A. W. TJiotnaa, A.N.Z.1.A., i 84, Shortland St. 'Pbone 1112 A. l|rp o BUILDERS. I shop in gr.eat - north road Tenders aro invited for the traction of the above (in concrete blocks) and will be received until Xonn on THLKbDAI, .Tune 14.-KOZY HOME DESIGNERS, TleUaby's Buildings, Queen Street, opp. G.1'.0. 'Phone 418 S. jrpO BUILDERS. SHOP IN GRBAT NORTH KOAD. j Tenders arc invited for the Erection of the above On Brick), and will be received until 2 p.m., WEDNESDAY, Juno 13. E. RUPERT MORTON, Architect, Ellison Chambers. Phone 3.~53. 16? TWO BRICK SHOPS AND ALTERATIONS. MANUKA!' fiX&gt;., PARNELL. Tenders for above will be received uutil :■! i) m on FRIDAY. June S, at our offices. P C. GARP.ETT and R. W. MACLAURIN, Architects, Vaile's Bldgs.. Queen St. Phone 1077 A. 2&lt;J TENDERS will be recei...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
AMUSEMENTS. ONLY THREE MORE NIGHTS. LYRIC. TWO T YRIC. YRIC. BIG -LYRIC. LYRIC. FEATURES. —— X YRIC. Yuic. —- —. -LA'Ric. i Universal Super-Jewel Production Present RODOLPH VALENTINO, P.onOT.PH VAI.FXTINO. RODOLPH VALENTINO, RODOLFH VALENTINO, The Screen's Most Popular Male Star, as the Ideal Lover, wittt DOROTHY PHILLIPS DOROTHY PHILLIPS DOROTHY PHILLIPS DOROTHY PHILLIPS In a Seven-reel Super-production of Worldwide Appeal that will Stir the Heart oi Every Woman, &quot; ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN. ,, •■ ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN.&quot; &quot; ONTE TO EVERY WOMAN.&quot; &quot; ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN.&quot; &quot;ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN.&quot; ON THE SAME PROGRAMME : GLADYS WALTON, GLADYS WALTON, In a sparkling story of a romantic shop girl, whose vivacious disposition led hei into startling adventures and brought hei the love, silks, and Jewels she craved. •' THE LAVENDER BATH LADY.&quot; &quot;THE LAVENDER BATH LADY.&a...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
AMUSEMENTS. IF POSSIBLE ATTEND THE DAY ;• SESSIONS. ;.&quot; LAST THREE DAYS. '&quot; CJTRAND. N.Z.s QTRAND. X °IKAND. Largest &quot;TKAND. CJTRAJCD and CJTRAND. Finest K^TRAND. STRAND Picture QTRAXD House. &quot;^TRAND Direction: Fuller's Pictures, Ltd. S TO-DAT, At 11.30, 2.30, 5.15 and 7.50. United Artists Present DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS |. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS ,f DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS „ In THE AGE-OLD STORY. p &quot; ROBIN HOOD.&quot; ir ■ 1 AND HIS MERRY BANDITS. ? De Luxe Presentation at the Strand. Surpassing Anything Previously Attempted. The Enchanting Hero of Song and Story for Eight Centuries crashing down through _ the centuries with the Thunder of his Mighty Crusadere, ■ lives in Eeality ou the Screen. The Very Spirit of Romance and - Chivalry, Courage, and Adventure is cin)f bodied in this— ONE OF THE MOST AMBITIOUS OF j. ALL CINEMA ENDEAVOURS. 3- , rt if AS SCREENED BEFORE I, THEIR EXCELLENCIES, &lt;1 THE GO...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
AMUSEMENTS. _^ TIVOLI. &quot;ALWAYS IVOLI. A i TIVOLI. GOOD IVOLI. PROGRAMME.&quot; I TO-NTGHT, AT 7.30. TO-NIGHT, AT 7.30. ADOLPH ZUKOR PRESENTS THOMAS MEIGHAN THOMAS MEIGHAN THOMAS MEIGHAN THOMAS MEIGHAN THOMAS MEIGHAN THOMAS MEIGHAN THOMAS MEIGHAN THOMAS MEIGHAN And LILA LEE LI LA LEE 1.1 LA LT3B LILA LEE In &quot; BACK HOME AND BROKE.&quot;' &quot;BACK HOME AND BROKE.&quot; &quot;BACK HOME AND BROKE.&quot; &quot;BACK HOME AND BROKE.&quot; &quot;BACK HOME AND BROKE.&quot; &quot;BACK HOME AND BROKE.&quot; &quot;BACK HOME AND BROKE.&quot; (From the Novel by George Ade). &quot; Back Home and Broke &quot; is a real &quot; home town &quot; comedy, with many highly dramatic moments. Thomas Meighan has another likeable role, and altogether the Picture is ono of the most entertaining of the great Paramount Scries. IN ADDITION. REA...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
AMUSEMENTS. EVERYBODY'S. 12—2. TO-DAY. VERYBODY'S. 4 —6. EVERYBODY'S. And VKItYJiODV'S. 8 n.m. RUPERT HUGHES. RUPERT HUGHES. RUPERT HUGHES. I RUPERT HUGHES. In The Sweetest Sfrory Ever Told. '■ COME ON OVER.&quot; &quot; COME ON OVER.&quot; &quot; COME ON OVER.&quot; &quot; COME ON OVER.&quot; &quot; COME ON OVER.&quot; &quot; COME ON OVER.&quot; HOMELY, HHMAK, HUM.OROUS. HOMELY, HUMAN&quot;! HUMOROUb. BIG SUPPORTING PROGRAMME. Also, Special Musical Novlty nt S p.m. Scss.on. PRINCESS. PStvpfll RINCESS. x RINCEbS. Continued Success of our Great Programme, Headed by MR. GEORGE ARLISS MR. GEORGE ARLISS JIB. GEORGE ARLISS MR. GEORGE ARLISS In &quot;THE DEVI L-&quot; &quot;THE DEVI L.&quot; &quot;THE DEVI L.&quot; &quot; THE D V. V T 1..&quot; ?i?ni isskss i^vFe^ c c&quot;NETTING A LEOPARD&quot; (Interest) &...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
AMUSEMENTS. FULLER'S rPERA TTOTJSE. ULLER'S VpERA -CLOUSE. Direction: John Fuller and Sons, Ltd. MATINEE, TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) AT 2.30. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) AT 2.30. Bargain Prices: Gd. I/, 1/6, Plus Tax. TO-NIGHT—AT B—TO-NIGHT. TO-XIGHT—AT S-TO-NIGHT. The Redoubtable &quot; STIFFY AND MO&quot; &quot; STIFFY AND MO &quot; &quot; STIFFY AND MO &quot; &quot; STIFFY AND- MO &quot; &quot; A SPORTING CHANCE.&quot; &quot; A SPORTING CHANCE.&quot; &quot; A SPORTING CHANCE.&quot; &quot; A SPORTING CHANCE. -, Redolent with everything that Is THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE. New Vaudeville Acts, THE KRAKES. THE KHAK.ES. •Sterling English Entertainers. JONIE PASTOR, JONIB PASTOR, The Fidgetty Fiddler. First Appearance ol BERT TERRILL, BERT TERRILL, BERT TERRILL. Dutch Comedian and Yodeller. MISS ELSA LEWIS. The Whistling Viollnlste. TUBBY STEVENS. Master., of Burlesque. GEORGE DIXON...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 9 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 June 1923
I I-s.es .... .^mn^lf^ MATINEE SATURDAY J. AND N. TAIT. I By Arrangement With J E. J. CARROLt, Present H THE FAMOUS SCOT THE WORLD'S GREATEST COSIER HARRY LAUDER HARRT LAUDER HH SIX NIGHTS ONLY, AND v FAREWELL TOUR. Tie Last Opportunity of Seeinj HARRY LAUDER ___. — harry ladder; zh: In the New and Favourite Number.. &quot; DOUGHIE. THE BAKER.&quot; &quot;SOMEBODY WA'TTNO FOT? - p •• '/ROAMING IN THE GLOAMING&quot; &quot;K.Z. GIRLS^RE^Ip^EXOUGH- POs And Other Favonrlte Numbers HARRY LAUDER-_!l HARRY LAUDER Supported by the LA Her European Special^ A BeanUfi.l Lnminms Fantasy [ PHYLLIS AND GILES In Complies nf Ahsnrditv i DAPHNE FERGUSON ~ Scottish Danr-er I I QUEENIE FENTO3J, ' Soprano. STAN. KAVANAGH. The Juggling Eumorlst • Musical Director: Fred. Qninrxell. PRICES: D.C. and R.S., 8/: Stalls 1h Early Gallery. 3/; Late Gallery, 2/ fall'pfiS BOX PLANS at Lewis R. Eady and Son, Day Sales at Coleman's. ALEX. F. WILSON Manager. DIXIELAND To Secur...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 June 1923
The Auckland Star. VOL. LIV — NO. 133. AUCKLAND. N.Z.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6. 1923. [ k, TE5S,_d w &quot; k ] (13! PAGES.) PRICE — TWOPENCE. CO PAGES.) PRICE — TWOPENCE. / ItKGI.MEEED AS A NewSPAPEB AT &quot;k v G.P.0., London. /