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MOTOR COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

MOTOR COLLISION. STBXTCK WHILE BEING TOWED. ST. HELIER*S ROAD INCIDENT. ' Who or what was' responsible for a collision on the St. Helier's Road on May 29 between a car -was being towed, and a motor : lorry traveling in. the opposite direction.?, was a question which Mr. F. K. Hunt, SjM., was asked, to solve at the Magistrate's Court thia morning. Thomas ]Jrederick Young (Mr. Sexton), . bus driver,. was the plaintiff, and John McXaughton (Mr: West), carrier, the defendant. Young claimed special damages, £32 for repairs to his car and general damages for the loss of the car, etc., while it was disabled. (Plaintiff, in evidence, staged that he was being towed from St. Heller's and had arrived at the rise near Remnera. terminus, when defendant's lorry, coming in the opposite direction, just missed the towing-car and struck the one behind, severely damaging it. Plaintiff used the car as a taxi and was having it towed in to have a damaged chassis welded. Sir. West: Do I gather from your a...

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THE RABBIT PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

THE RABBIT PEST. (By Telegraph.— Special to "Star.") STRATFORD, this day. The great increase of rabbits in the Tahora and Whangamomona, districts, which are situated in the back country ' between Stratford and the Main Trunk, is causing alarm. Endeavours are being made to obtain some combined action on the part of the settlers to deal with the position, but so far nothing has been done. It is alleged that the cause of the trouble lies in the Ohura district in the King Country, where, it is stated, rabbits are thick, but that the settlers are not taking satisfactory measures to destroy them. A public meeting held at Whangamomona was addressed by Mr. Wright, a prominent ! Departmental officer, and an attempt is being made to form a Rabbit Board and Mr. Wright stated that Ohura came ! under the control of the Auckland district of the Stock Department, to which representation had been made by the ' Wellington office, asking that drastic action be taken in Ohura...

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DUNEDIN CYCLIST KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

DUNEDIN CYCLIST KILLED. COLLISION WITH MILK CART. ' (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) DUNEDIN, this-day. Louis Sonquet, aged 25, while riding a motor cycle on Mount Cargill Road last night, collided with a milk cart and sustained injuries from which he died while on the way to the hospital.

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UNNECESSARY ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

UNNECESSARY ALARM. TRADE UNION ACCOUNTS. EXPLANATION BY MINISTER, (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this day. i ' A deputation from the Trades and Labour Council Federation waited upon the Minister of Labour last night and {protested against what the Federation j took to be a proposed set of regulaj tions in regard -to the keeping of"' ! accounts and minutes of trades union* throughout the Dominion. The Minister replied that he was very pleased to meet .the deputation and to hear what it had to say. In a letter covering the circular sent out by the I Labour Department to unions, there [was no word about regulations at all— Ino word whatever. Unions were just ; invited to comment on attached procedure as to the keeping of accounts and minutea suggested for adoption by. unions throughout New Zealand; for 'the protection of their ■ own members. ~ It was a perfectly courteous circular, and there was no question of regulations. It was generally intended to furni...

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INCENDIARISM PROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

INCENDIARISM PROVED. DESTRUCTION OF A COTTAGE. INQUIRY AT CAMBRIDGE. '•:' . (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent) $ ' CAMBRIDGE, this day. An inquiry was held in the Cambridge courthouse before Mr. H. A. Young, district coroner, into the two outbreaks •I of fire on July 1 and 3 last, ■ the second having resulted in the complete destruction of a four-roomed cottage on property owner by A- L. Allen, at Taanr, J Maungatautari. Evidence was given jthat Allen purchased this property in iMay, 1924, from Maori occupiers. The Maoris had been told after the sale that Allen wanted the house for his own gharemilkers, but he never notified the Maoris to get out of the place. The first outbreak occurred on July 1, about 10.30 p.m. The 'Maori occupants smelled kerosene burning, went out to the hick of the house, sjnd "found a sack saturated in kerosene wrapped round a house block, at the back of the kitchen wall. % The fire was extinguished op the night of July 3, the Maoris went-to bed ...

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TEACHERS REINSTATED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

TEACHERS REINSTATED. AN EXPENSIVE "HOLIDAY.? • . . (By to "Star.") • WANGASttJI, this day. Two months ago the Wanganui Education Board dismissed- two/l»dy teachers in the : King Country for attending a hockey tournament at , Auckland without permission. A number of letters bearing on the matter were received at the board meeting last night. It was decided not to read these. The chairman . said he considered the teachers referred to had i been sufficiently punished, and the incident would be a lesson to His motion that they be reinstated was ' carried unanimously.

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UNIVERSITY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

UNIVERSITY SYSTEM. THE PROPOSED ENQUIRY. {By Telegraph.—Press Association.) DUNEDIN, this day. The Otago University Council passed a resolution protesting against the Dentists Act Amending Bill. The council also decided that while still opposed to the -setting up of a commission to inquire into the present university system, if it be eet up, information should be supplied regarding the personnel of the proposed commission, the name of the chairman, and the order of reference.

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A SUBSTANTIAL CHEQUE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

A SUBSTANTIAL CHEQUE. (By Telegraph.—Special to "Star.") . . DUNEDIN, this day. The first of the Government's contributions to the International Exhibition came to hand this morning in the form of a cheque for £12,500, this being half of the sum that Mr. Massey promised.

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

PRESENTATION. . Mr. E. Jull, who has been dairy instructor attached to the Kaipara Dairy Company for the last three years, is- leaving to take up a similar position with the Farmers' Federation Dairy Company, at Invercargill. He was entertained last night by the Masonic lodge at Helensville, and was presented with a travelling case by Mr. A. Hanson, chairman, a tobacco pouch, by Mr. "W- W. Rimmer, late Chairman, and a Loewe pipe by Mr. Dan Lyons. The chairman, representing the farming community, expressed their regret at Mr. Jull'a departure, and wished him every succesi in his new position.

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THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) STRATFORD, this day. The Governor-General and Lady Jellicoe were farewelled at Stratford this morning by the Mayor and Counc* 1 and an enthusiastic gathering. Over a thousand school children lined up on the station, and were inspected by the Vice- Regal party.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

LATE NEWS. £85 — PIANOS — £85. We Are Now Offering a THOROUGHLY RELIABLE BRITISH PIANO, With Full Overstrung Iron Frame. Underdamper action, metal action standards, full trichord, good tone and I touch, for £85 CASH, or on our ex- I tended payment system. Deposit £8 10/, and £2 9/7 monthly (11/6 weekly). If yon cannot call and Inspect these great value Pianos, send for Catalogues. E. & F. PIANO AGENCY, LTD., B. COLDICUTT, Manager. 191, QUEEN ST. (Near Victoria St.). β-p 'magnificent i WALLPAPERS. UNRIVALLED POPULABITT • OF NEW ABBIVALS. Popularity prove* superiority, and Is your best guide in selecting your own decorative requirements. Our new season's shipments are indeed a feast .of fascination. Now is the time to make yonr selections. PHILLIPS & IMPEY, LTD., QUEEN STREET. Headquarters f Or Select Wallpapers. B THE OLD FIRM . EXCELS.AT HOUSE REMOVING. HOUSE RAISING. HOUSE BLOCKING. - HOUSE REPAIRING.. . CONCRETING. DRAINAGE. TAB AND SANDING. SAM WHITE AND S...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

FOE SIGHT TESTING. I'ou Cannot Do Better Than Consult T. PEACOCK AND SON, UP-TO-DATE OPTICIANS, 218, QUEEN STREET. ME. J. A. PEACOCK, F.S.M.C. (England. Trfth*Honours), SIGHT SPECIALIST. We Have Commodious Rooms. BEST APPLIANCES. Ample Selection of SPECTACLES, and Ensure ACCURATE I FITTING. RD

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PEACE OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

PEACE OF THE WORLD. BRITAIN AS POLICEMAN. FRIGHTENING AGGRESSORS. AN ECONOMIC BLOCKADE. (By Cable. —Press Association.—Copyrijlit.) (Becelved 1 pjn.V LONDON, September 17. Discussions at Geneva respecting British obligations in the enforcement of arbitral awards are given particular prominence by the French, newspapers, . most of which confidently assume that - Britain will undertake to co-operate in imposing sanctions on any aggressor, not merely with, her fleet, but with her air forces. Inquiries in London show the question has been discussed, but it is emphasised that no definite far-reaching proposal like that recorded in the French Press has been either advanced or accepted. It is always possible that the League of Nations in the event of a dispute might ask Britain to co-operate by means of her fleet in enforcing an economic blockade, but this is a different matter from what has ibeen suggested at Geneva. It was emphasised that the peace protocol, the terms of which unofficial...

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LEAGUE OF NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

LEAGUE OF NATIONS. • .- -- ■ ; -■ ... MANDATED TERRITORIES. BIGHTS OF THE PEOFXE. * - - ■ GENEVA. September 17. Ihe report of the Mandates -' Cotmniseibn was yesterday passed iby a committee of the- League of A resolution .was. carried recommending the eaxGest possible solution of the question. ;of * loans, advances, and investment of capital •in mandated' SrritorTes. The resolution recalled ■" the fact that the mhabitamts of such : territories are entitled to address petitions to the League's Council- The hope was expressed that mandatories would apply the CounciFs resolutions regarding the terms of ccnventiojts relating to liquor traffic It was also desired that mandatory.Powers should henceforth, as far as possible, depute the officials personally- responsible . for the administration of mandated terri tories to representation on the permanent Mandates Commission. Sir James Allen (High: Commissioner . for New Zealand) took part in the discussion.—(Reuter.)

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MURDER OF CASALINI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

MURDER OF CASALINI. - AssAssrsr ah ex-sekvawt. LONDON, September 17- The official Labour organ, the "Daily Herald, ,1 denies the report that CorvT r the workman, who murdered the Italian Fascist Deputy, SignorCasaßni,.in Rome, * is a Communist who was seekimj to avenge the murdered Socialist Deputy, Signer MatteatfcL .The paper asserts that the Fascist! spread this report as a pretext for ■ renewed violence. Corvv if adds, .was > merely. a discharged servant, of Signor Cesalinrs.—(A. and. r STX CaUfc).,

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WHO BEGAN THE WAR? [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

WHO BEGAN THE WAR? A GERMAN MANIFESTO. PASTIES AT LOGGEKKEASS. THE ANGRY NATIONAUSTS. tßy Cable.—Press Association.—Copyrislit.) (Received 1.30 p-m.) BERLIN, September 17. In the Cabinet, differences on the subject of proclaiming Germany's repudiation of war guilt led the Nationalists to issue a. manifesto demanding speedvl redemption of the Government's promises made when the adoption of the Bawes bills depended on Nationalists' votes, demanding that Nationalists share, the responsibility for the execution of the bills, and.do the utmost to improve or revise the impossible and unbearable stipulations of the London pact, threatening vigorous opposition if the demands are not conceded.—(A. and N.Z. Caible.)

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MANAGEMENT OF CITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

MANAGEMENT OF CITIES. THE AMERICAN PLAN. GOVERNMENT BY COMMISSION. 11 ajn.) XEW YOKK, September 17. Sir John Salman, the New South. Wales architect and town-planner, who is investigating the commission form oil municipal government in the United! States, has visited Newark, Jersey City, and Washington, the latter being perhaps the largest city "governed under the system.' The executive body of the city consists of a special congress or committee. Sir -John Sulman will proceed shortly to study the system •of western ! cities, notably Dayton, in Ohio, returning eastward to attend the convention of American city managers in. Montreal, where he will address the delegates. Sir John said:- "I know the theoretical side, but one must not take too literally the assertions made by this or that commissioner, because each seems convinced of the -Jierfection of >iia methods. lam desirous to determine what type of man is generally chosen to be a commissioner o...

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THE PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

THE PRINCE OF WALES. EAGER AMERICA* THROITG. hjlh. XEAVEs ow svxsat. STEW YORK, September 17-. ' At Syosset, the Prince of Wales took part in .tie •ceremony" of- handing the silver -polo, 'cup back to America. He was then surrounded and followed for a quarter of a mile. across. Meadowbrook grounds by a dense, pushing crowd of American men and women. The latter were mbrep interested in looking at the future British King, and in cheering , , his good sportsmanship, than in the victory which their" countrymen had just won. There were cries of "Three cheers for the Prince.-" , and the friendliness of the throngs was.exhibited.in every possible manner. The Prince, intends, to remain _. at Syosset until-Sunday iiight, when he will ■ leaTe for Canada.— (Renter.) . . .

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ATTACK ON A CONSUL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

ATTACK ON A CONSUL. A STIIDtNT SEJNT-EifCED. LONDON, September IT. , -The student who was arrested for shooting at the Rumanian Consul on July 0 was convicted of the crime at the Old Bailey yesterday. He was sentenced to. 12 months' imprisonment and recom-j mended for deportation.— (Reuter,). A Rumanian student who asked 31. Mareu Beza, the Consul in London, for assistance, which he refused, shot at him. The. Consul,fought the man, seizing the reveller. The- staff at the Legation in! Cromwell Place overpowered the maniac]

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THE AORANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 18 September 1924

THE AORANGI. PROJECTED TRIAL TRIP. LONDON, September 17. The Aorangi completes her trials in November, prior to her departure on a 17,000 mites cruise to Australia and New Zealand, fnTifrig at the West Indies, Panamar Vancouver and_ San Francisco. No liner has made so long a trij on her maiden: voyage. 'Many- shipbuilding : orders are being withheld pending reports of this cruise of the world's, largest motor ship.—("Sun.") j

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