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GOLF, [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
GOLF, GLENDOWIE LADIES' CLUB. The following is the draw for the second round of the eclectic match for Miss English's prize, to be played on Wednesday, by the members of the If.L.G.C:— jiMlsa Nixon v. Miss Warwick, Miss Ltamil| ton v. Miss Amess, Miss McUill v. Miss 5 U. Scott, Miss M. Hill v. Miss Morris.,u. • -Miss l&gt;. Walsh v. Miss M. KngliMi. Misa ■I Stanley v. Mlsa I'ring. Miss Nishcinsale v. ' Miss .lenuiugs, Miss Wake v. A. N. Oilier. ' Mrs. Hawkins v. Miss Broobfleld, Miss Friar 1 v. Miss Dickey, Miss Maclcu v. Mrs. Hill, • Miss Andrew v. Mrs. (isborno-l.illy. Mr&gt;. 8 Jirowue v. Miss V. Walsh, Mbs Meadows ; V. A. X. Other. The play-off of the tie between Miss M. • English and Mrs. F. ISrowne in the medal • competition, resulted In a win for the • former.
PIGEON FLYING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
PIGEON FLYING. CORNWALL CLUB. i The Cornwall Club held their young bird i? championship from l'alnierston Xorth. c Mr. It. Tapper scored a popular victory with his blk h Crystal Star, winning the silver cup presented by Mr. T. Tyne, also the medal presented by Mr. G. iicEroy. Results are as follow :— It. Tapper's blk h Crystal Star, HSi yards per minute 1 • It. r'ullertons be c Tyne Boy. 117S yards z • Messrs. McEvuys 1) c Winning Hit, 1177 j yards :j
FOOTBALL INJURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
FOOTBALL INJURIES. AT WELLINGTON OX SATURDAY. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) ';_ WELLINGTON, this day&quot; Three players were injured at football on Saturday. One Soccer member broke a small bone in his leg, and another badly hurt a knee. A Rugby lilaj-er fractured his right leg. 1 c
THAMES O.B. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
THAMES 0.8. ASSOCIATION. The opening reunion of the 01.l Thames Roys' Association was held in Druids' Hall. Newton, on Sntnnlay evening, there helm; an exceptionally large attendance of uiemr Imts and visitors. A pleasing feature was the presence of several members of the Thames Old Hoys' Association, who were visiting Auckland ou their annual excursion from Thames. They were Riven .1 hearty welcome, and the prooeedinsra were livened by the Interchange of reminiscences of tbe old days on the ffoldflelds. A splendid programme of vocal and instrumental items was supplied by [he following ? artlnts:—Captain It. 11. fJilihnnm and 1 Messrs. F. Cornwall. J. A. Smithson, sun.. .1 A Smithson. jim., .1. Mi-Minn, S. Diamond. A. Diamond. J. McNisli. B. Valentine, and an exhibition of juggllnsr l&gt;y Mr. Norman Ttate. Mr. XV. A. l'urceli acted as pianist.
THE LEAGUE CODE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
THE LEAGUE CODE. MARISTS' NARROW WIN. ATHLETIC BEATS RICHMOND. CITY EOMP OVER NEWTON. A crowd of between r.noil and 700n Lensuera turned up at Carlaw Part on i Saturday afternoou. when the L-apue senior champlouihiy was a.lvan 1 another stage. Conditions were ideal for football, while the turf ..ii the plarlng fields was in excdl.nt order—in fact, it has never been better. 1 h&quot;s&lt;* who witnessed the pimp between MnrUt «&gt;.B. and Ponsonhy ~n N... 1 -round j were treated to a really fa.-r exhibition of Hi- co.le. This applied more ro the second sp-11, for in the rir.-T half Marists time after time missed excellent opportunities. Marists won narrowly by s points to 7. and nl'ho.izh henten. the honours of the second spell were certainly with Ponsonby, who plaw-.l belter than the winners. the se.-on.l spWI Marists only penetrated P.'Usotibys half on four occasions, this occurring in the ilj-lns moments of the contest. H.u.-v.r. it was a siirrint game, aud...
ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. SOCCER'S NEW HOME. BLANDFORD PARK OPENED. . * j DIG CROWD PRESENT. FIRST RKP. MATCH. •Soccer&quot; played iv first game in Auckland in it* nwn home mi Saturday. Association, football, the real &quot;footer vi England, was tirst introduced to New Zealand in I s&gt;3 by the Kite -Mr. (. &lt;■'. Dauro whose effort •« tn popularise j ■■Soccer' , were furthered. um&lt;in&lt;! others, liv V. R. (Joudie K. J. Whittaker K. K. Mason and A. Chamberlain, men wh'i are still interested in the game. Twenty years a&lt;ru &quot;S.-'cer&quot; was fairly well estahiishwl. ami since then it has &lt;rone pro■ i T T - - - ir-tw , ci'-k however, was the lack of playing field? and i ! Messrs. 0. Williams and 1&quot;. M. Ritchie j p.iura(f«»««ly decided nn behalf of the , ttuiriiUioni that a RUllv at the foot nf lOrnfton Knad could &quot;be 5,,.-e=snilly I drained. The owner. Mr. lilandford...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
YACHTING. VICTORIA CRUISING CLUB. i FINAL RACES OF THE SEASON. I ; The Victoria Truism; Club held two events on Saturday, which (•■lncliniMl a!. club fisturea fur the 1U34-U0 yachting The race ns a handicap for the T Class a r.-saii of the club's race 011 Mnrrh 2S. cause&lt;l by the rai'size ot litnaKl. This .&quot;vent was won by Sheila, on th-4-minUte mark, which nnisbed only 22 secomls behind the scratch boat Marie. The principal event was the champion-j ship ra.-e for the V Class, and was won by Bi-oiiz-wint', which beat s.a Unonie, lm THE T CLAPS HANDICAP. 1 The tirst race was the re-sail in the T class, the entries and bnntfcapj bW«B :- Marie scratch. Kismet scratch, sheila 4ui, Viper Tim. ciol.len Bubble 10m. i From a -0,..1 start Marie was tirst away, ■ followed by Viper, (ioldeti Bubble. Sheila. and Kismet o-'s later. On th- run to the Watchman. Viper. Marie Kismet., and Sli.-ila were all close toj.-eth.er. with Golden Bubble last, ami they rounded in this o...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
'FLU IN ENGLAND. r The dreaded &quot; 'Flu' , Is ajrain prevalent In England, with ratal results. The Health Authorities In New Zealand predlrt , an epidemic will follow hero, and advise that precautions be taken. Pulmonas are a sure saresruanl —they dissolve in the mouth, and. antiseptic vapours are carried to all part- or the hrcathinjr org-ans. Ward ofT infectious troubles with rulmonas. 1/6 ana 2/6, at chemists. —(Ad.) One of the New South Wales government's chief reforms lias been the scheme for the education of sub-normal '• children, for whom no adequate provision in that way had hitherto been p ' made. The Premier explained recently y i that, under the Government&quot;s proposal. a those children would be accommodated in suitable cottages, to be built near Glenfield railway station. They would &quot; be under the care of specially-selected a teachers. It is the .Government's hope that a larpe percentage of those subnormal children will, as the result ...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
WHY PUT UP WITH TOOTHACHE ? I Ml nislit. all rtnv. that jiimninc- throhl Mns- ni'rvf makes the hours hideous with I pain and wcnrirn-&quot;. Barra&lt;MnuirlVs Manic j Nervine—Jn-t a rtrop nr sn nn rottnn wool. I Plarcil in Hip tnnth. removps the cati&gt;i&gt; of j toothanhp. and Km- instantly that junip- I inu- nen&quot; and sinps the pain. Ki'fp a ! hrittio nf Marie Norvlnp always In ttr , hnu-c—ror -nrtflPti n«'i&gt;fl. ?old r-vprv»ii-&quot;». I ■&gt;-.. &quot;r pnst rrpp by si-ntllng l&gt;6 in stini('&lt; to P.ai racloiig-ti's Ply., Dux 1 •&quot;&gt; s7 G.P.0.. Welllnp-ton. rrnganrtra lifts corns riE,-!u out painlessly. l/e. The cause ol&quot; rheumatism Is moved by Rheuino, 4/6 large bottles..— (Ad.J
Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
PUZZLE WORDS FOR PATIENT WORKERS. i ! &quot;STAR'S&quot; SPECIAL &quot;HOME-MADE&quot; SERIES. i NUMBER XII. To-day's puzzle was submitted by Mr. E. H. R. Green, 29, Liverpool Street, Epsom. The number of puzzles sent in every day by &quot; home-made &quot; puzzle-makers shows that the' latest phase of the cross-word pastime is widely popular. But there is still rather too much readiness to start work with an indifferent design, and it is time that puzzle-makers recognised that it is not sufficient to have a design merely symmetrical; it should also admit of a complete linking up, instead of blocking one part of the puzzle from the rest, and thus requiring, occasionally, as many as eight or nine starts to be made in the course of the solution. Definitions is another department of cross-word puzzle making that deserves more atten-1 tion. The chief difficulty appears to be with two and three letter words, which often have definitions giv...
RACING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
RACING NEWS. WHANGAREI MEETING HELD IN SHOWERY WEATHER. BIGHT AND LEFT WINS THE HANDICAP. ir.y Telegraph.—Speclfii to &quot;Star.&quot;) WHAXOAREI, Saturday. The autumn meeting of the Whanparei Kariii? Club was hold to-day in showery weather, but &quot;itli a good attendance. The rour?o was in excellent condition. The Hurdles. Slahjralnirp and Camo wore tlic Fpratrhings fnr the Northland Hurdle?. Irish ,li,nr was made about £-10 bettor favourite than Narrow Keek. wliile Tc Tahi and Explorer camo in for most support of the others. Xarrow Neck was first lo taki! charge. with Guianfnrm anil Irish Jig nrx t. However, the last named boom took command and led past the stands, with Xnrrow Neck. To Tahi, fiuianform and Kxplorer racing as named, Irish Jig held his position along the hack from Narrow- Keck, Ouinnform. Tβ Tahi and Explorer. Te Tahi run to the front across the top, with Jrish -lip, Narrow Neck and Guianform next. To Tahi -was first to turn for home, and ...
CAMBRIDGE TROTTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
CAMBRIDGE TROTTING CLUB. FIRST TOTE MEETING. OAKIUaIPTON* THE CUT. (By Telegraph.—Special to &quot;Star.&quot;) CAMBRIDGE, Saturday. The first totalisator meeting of tbe Cambridge Trotting Club was held to-day. The weather wns bountiful and there was a rod,] nttendance. The special train from Auckland wns oorufortnbly filled by the time it reached Cambridge. A Win for Roe Bell. In a field of eleven Tiki was made favourite for the Barduwie Handicap (for trotters only), and it came as a surprise to bop the pacer Sand Drift amongst the runners in the race. lie did not trot 11XJ yards on end. There was good money for Hoe Hell ami Tod Hells. The latter did not get away well, and Klorallnc also began l'n&lt;»y- Tod Bells was soon In front, but never got tar from Tere and Roe Hell. The latter left his loot twice, but be Boon got down again, und had the pace to regain Ihc ground lost. Tod Bella led into the .straight, and looked a winner, hut over the last uu yards R...
WAIUK'J NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
WAIUK'J NEWS WAUKC R..S.A fFrom Our Own Correspondent.) The executive or the Waiuku R.S.A. held Its monthly meeting In the club rooms on Friday evening. Major XI. Aldred presiding. The secretary presented a report on the 'Poppy Day sales, which showed thnt the total receipts would amount to approximately £*r,; after expenses have been deducted. 1.1 per cent of the net proceeds will be given to the N.Z. Veterans' Home. The Waiuku school were the winners of the framed picture. &quot;Landing at Anzac.&quot; donated hv the R.S.A. for the R choOl showing best results for Poppy Day. It was decided to Improve the ground round the monument by top-dressing with good soli. , CHAMBER OF COMMF.RCE. A well-attended meeting of the Waiuku Chamber of Commerce was held In the Temperance Hall on Thursday, the president. Mr. W. Adnmson. presiding. It was resolved to nsk the Town Ttonrd to meet representatives of the Chamber to discuss the question of going In for a comprehensive scheme...
FREEZER DECLARED BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
FREEZER DECLARED BLACK. &quot;FIGHT TO A FINISH.&quot; (By Telegraph.—Special to &quot;Star.&quot;) I GISBORNE, this day. Mr. Bickford, secretary of the local I Freezers' Union, has officially declared ! the Tokomaru works &quot;black,&quot; in consequence of the refusal of the management to reinstate a slaughterman, and the Federation has been notified to this effect. Mr. Bickford alleges that the trouble j really arose through a dispute between the foreman butcher and the slaughter! man, and that refusal to reinstate the ! former constitutes victimisation. Many iof the union members arc Maoris, hut | Mr. Bickford says that the matter was carefully explained to them through an interpreter, and that they were unani| mous in refusing to return to work. | &quot;The men,&quot; he said, &quot;are fighting for a principle, and the issue will have to be I fought to a finish, whether now or ; later.&quot; Repre...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
OBITUARY. MR. E. F. CHANDLER. The death of Mr. Edward Fred Chandler occurred on Saturday evening at a private hospital. The death wan not anticipated, as the operation which he underwent tm not considered a Herioua one. Pneumonia followed, and this was the cause of death. Mr. Chandler iB survived by his wife, three sona and three daughters. The interment took place thin afternoon at Purewa cemetery. A short service was conducted by the Rev. 1/ionel B. Fletcher at Bcresford Street Congregational Church at 2.15 p.m., after which the cortege left for the cemetery. Reference was made to the death of Mr. Chandler at the services in the church yesterday. Mr. Chandler was born in Chicago 05 years ago, and was successful in business before he came to New Zealand in 1900. He founded in this city the advertising firm of Chandler and Co., L,td.
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
Recipe for Beef Stew Take lib of Gravy Beef and cut in small pieces, half an onion cut in slices, and some carrots, turnips, 3 potatoes cut in half-inch slices; salt, pepper, and one quart of water. Boil slowly for one hour then thicken with 2 tablespoons of flour, mixed smoothly with a little cold water. Dumplings are very nice served with this stew. For this tasty Stew use Hellaby's Gravy Beef at 3d. per lb. XJ&amp;pßettei? Heat
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
LITTLE DROPS OF ESSENCE. Cakes and sweets are always Bure to be more tempting- and delectable if you use Cathedral Brsnd Essences. Being pure and hlfrhly concentrated, a little flavours a lot. Fourteen varieties Including- Essenco of Almonds, Lemon. Vanilla. Roße and Oranir*. At your grocers. Wholesale Distributor: C. H. Hooper, 54, High Street, Auckland.— (Ad.) For genuine enjoyment of early morning tea, use Johnston's. Two shops.— 77, Karangmhape Rd., 20, Customs St. E. (Ad.) The unfailing experience of thousands of mothers proves the wonderful power of Nazol In relieving and controlling frosh colds, coughs and feverlshnoss In young children. — (Ad.) 1111 f^^z^ demand &amp;r Vovntry/jfe'Cigarettes . resulted in itiousando of 7Heu&gt; Zealand Sntfatsiasts beiijg' vnable to re-purcftase t fimph and continuous Supplies are noip available at oil dealers.
Page 13 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
Hugh Wright Tailoring— HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME — Twenty years ago our Principal, fresh from his associations with the exclusive Tailoring firm of McCombie Bros., London, started business in Queen Street. His high ideals have stood the test of time, and to-day we employ the largest staff of Expert Tailors and Cutters in the Dominion, and have rightly earned the name of the BIG TAILORS. Suit Tailor-Made to Order 6 gns. We have just opened a new range of the most enticing materials we have ever handled, including the popular Whipcord, in shades of Fawn, Dark Grey and Brown; also West of England Worsteds (moderately priced). Homespuns, Cheviots, Merinos, and Saxony Tweeds (only one suit length of each design). Pop along and talk it over with our Head Cutter. GOLFERS! We specialise in the making of Plus Fours. See our range of materials. I HAVE YOU SEEN OUR SPECIAL OXFORD FAWN I SPORT TROUSERS—THE TALK OF THE TOWN? I Hugh Wright Ltd. (The Young Men's Tailors) 65-67-69 Queen Street - a...
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
HOCKEY. i SOMERVILLE DEFEAT ARETA. MOUNT EDEN BEATS UNIVERSITY j STANLEY AND ST. LUKE'S DRAW. The =ecnn&lt;l round of the Auckland Hockey Association's championship matches was derided ai I lie Bemuera grounds o:&gt;. Saturday afternoon. The meet in;* of the old rivals, Somervillo and Areta j created a lot of interest. The jrame ; opened well, hut in the la-t halt Areta became raajred and surfered defeat, by t foals, to n:i. Xlt. Eden heat University by the odd frotll in five, and Stanley j drew with St. Luke's—one goal apiece The big- lield was in splendid order and '■ ,-tay throughout was of a very fast i nature. ST. LUKE'S V. STANLEY. A. Williams won the holly and l-.a.l thr he si -~- it In ;lv downtield pin v. bur I [..-. k hams drive fur 111- -in-:.- was skied ami 'Stanley broke through. W. Chaplin wn.given a ilniely rli; c and iiefird well In llic fast play an■ I persistent attacks lust. Lukes that followed 11. Itohinso'u lind a dlnlcult time at the goal. In a ...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 11 May 1925
RIFLE SHOOTING. • ! CITY AND SUBURBS CLUB. | The fourth shoot of the fifth trophy 'series was fird by members of the above club nr Penrose on Saturday last. The I weather conditions were very good ,-on sidering the lateness of the season, and several shootists improved their previous highest score at this combination of ranges. The competition in A grade was won hv A. C. Watson wilb SO. and In P. grade hv W. Madden with a score ~f To and a handicap of 12. Detailed result- are - A tirade :A. C. Watson. 40 ar j ihiovds, 43 at 70.iv,15. iota! SO; A. T. | Patrick. 40. 4i: km: J. A. Spry. 43. I 42--S7: A. J. Plererson. 45. 42 s? :J. c Veo, 43. 43— Sfi : 11. J. Verrtlil, 45 .10 «4 •I, w. it. stock, -ij. tto—si :c. .r. M. Clark ' :::&gt;. tl -So :p. .1. Pring. ::&quot;. (3 -70 :i; 11. ■ Husrhes. lis. .&quot;,1— 7.1: i, G. Kelly. 35, 35—, Watson 'akes three trophy poinr-t and a I -po.,n, Patrick two points, and Spry ope point. B Grade: W. Madden. -12 ar COOv.ls. 37 n...