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DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

DEATH. CAREY.—On the 17th October, on board tho Rotomabana, Captain James Carey; aged 43 years, of heart disease.

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The Evening Star. WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Evening News, The Morning News and The Echo. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

The Evening Star. WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Evening News, The Morning News and The Echo. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1879. Tor the catue that lacks assistance. For the wrong tha needs resistance, For the future in'the distance, And the good that we can The present position at. Wellington is humiliating to the country. With declarations on both sides of enthusiasm for Liberal legislation, the Triennial Parliaments Bill was last night shelved on the "previous question;" with an acknowledged financial crisis impending over tho colony, we hear nothing but clamour about office; the creditors of the Government—contractors ■who have workmen depending upon them, cannot obtain payment; and 'while parties profess to be in general agreement on all main principles, legislation is stopped. What the end will be cannot be predicted, but that it may come quickly—be what it may—is the devout prayer of everyone who has a spark of patriotism and considers the welfare of the ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

To-day O'Connor the pedestrian telegraphed to Vaughan of Reefton bis acceptance of the the lattws challenge to a mile race, and bis desire that the match may eventuate as soon as possible. The stakes are unusually heavy, and the merit of the men superior, so that the race will undoubtably be looked forward to -with interest in sporting circles. O'Connor's splendid action and muscular development have gaiuecl him many admirers since his arrival in Auckland, and we feel assured that the number of his backers will be large.. Vaughan is comparatively unknown in.this i>art of the colony, but we are informed that id is a miner, and that in athletic exercises he has carried everything before him ou tup West Coast of the other island. We are asked to correct a misprint that occurcd in our impression of,. Saiurdrfyi, The reading-room for young wolpenHignstreet is open daily for 2 horn's, from vl2~to 2 p.m. ,r':; i The following telegram was forwarded tof day to.Mr Moss, M.H.It, fo...

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ROYAL ITALIAN CIRCUS, [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

ROYAL ITALIAN CIRCUS, Aftek an absence of about six yeare, Signer Chiarini's Royal Italian Circus Company has returned to Auckland! ' It retains its reputation as one of the best travelling troupes of the kind, and judging by the list of novelties contained in its repertoire we have not the slightest doubt that it will have a most profitable run here. The Australasian colonies are noted for circus exhibitions, and where merit is displayed the recognition is ever hearty and genera. The company which arrived yesterday includes a large number of trained 'horecs and ponies, a den of .performing tigers, a bison, huancos, and some zebras, while the lady and gentleman artistes number thirty, all the_ different branches in circus " business " being represented, viz, male, temalc, and infant riders, jugglers, contortionists, gymnasts, acrobats, clowns, tight rope performers, vaulters, tumblers, leapeis, and trainers of wild beasts. The opening night has not yet been...

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CABLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

CABLE NEWS. MOM OUR SPEUIAL LOU DON I■ I CORRESPONDENT.} a Torribla Explosion is. Oalml. CAIRO. • :' ■ August 20. , v .The.magazine in the citadel at, Cabul ''exploded. Thirty British and many Afghnns were killed. Abdication of the ameer. The Ameer has finally abdicated, and GeneralHoberts is"pr6vidihg':*temporarily ior the ot the,country. r • K> i JJ , LONDON. * '•' l s ' » - samujwmwow noaturoocM October 20. • {Steamship "Accident. The steamship Australia has broken her shaft, and is returning. ,'.' Anti-Chinese Agitation. The popular vote in California condemned Chinese Immigration. Abyssinia and Egypt have resumed friendly relations. Bussians at Merv, The Russians are at Merv. LONDON October 20. The copper nmrket is steady, and prices firm at £72 to £74 a too. Sugar has advanced Cd per cwt. The tin market is strong at a slight advance. The quotations are £93 to £95 ; Wadhurst, £60 to £61. The Hanover Compromise, LONDON. October 21 The Duke of...

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Reported Russian Occupation of Merv. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

Reported Russian Occupation of Merv. «■' •'< >'*• LONDON.1 October 21, The " Daily ' Telegraph "' publishes a telogtam from Peshawur, stating that the Governor of jJ.ellalabad reports that Kussian troops have occupied IVlerv. This is unconfirmed from other sources. < BOMBAY, .- i ,| ;•;;,- /. ,1/ / |j>] );; . October 21." Bail way in Scinde Valley. 'It ia slated that the Indian Government are goiii}; to construct a railway through the Scinde Valley to Qucttah, thence on to Candahar. : ••' MADRID, October 21. Disastrous Floods joa Spain. Disastrous floods continue in Spain. Thousands of persons have been drowned, and great loss of property has resulted. LONDON. October 20. Tht! total "quantity of wheat alloat for Great Britain at date is 1,500,000 quarters, (Special to the "Star.")

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AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

AUSTRALIAN. Serious Railway Acoidoat. — Forty lajtued,...; SYDNEY... i Tuesday. An accident occurred on the Majtland Railway, by;which forty were seriously injured.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

MELBOURNE. Tuesday. Eichmond had a grand gallop. Secundus and Le Loup are considered cortain to defeat Savauaka. The.betting is heavy, but unaltered. [BEUTKR'S SrEClkfc CABLBGBAMS.] MELBOURNE, Wednesday The proposed stamp duties have beeu modified, making the minimnm payment £50, and the maximum £500. The postal difliculty between Vhtoria and South Australia is .-•till unadjusted, Sailed: Rtngaroouia.

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AUCKLAND CHORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

AUCKLAND CHORAL SOCIETY. Ink performaiice of selections from Haydn's "Seasous" was given, tinder most unsesuon, ablo weather, by the niembera of the Society last evening. , Notwithstanding the steady downpour of rain- which came on too lute to admit of a postponement of the concert, there wus a fairly numerous audience, but there were large vacancies id the orchestra. The selections comprised extracts judiciously . chosen from, each of the four " Seasons," oceupyingan hour and a quarter in performance. The very difficult nature of the instrumentation has hitherto excluded several of the pieces from rehearsal in Auckland. <The bandj ■which numbered'twentytwo peiformcra, was most efficient. The soprano 8olo» werel executed' by Mrs Williams with, very great care and With unvarying' accuracy. ' ller singing exhibited a.culture,of no. ordinary kind, combined with power. Her delivery ot the recitative, introducing the storm eh...

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Later China News. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

Later China News. [PEESS AGEKCY COEKESPOHDENCE.] ' ■■<', • , . EONG KONG.. August 29. The r Canton t?a mark6t has been very (luief, "and settlements have been on a limited scale. A severe typhoon has occurred off the coast of China between Sllannhai antl Choo Foo. 'Several steamers -which encountered it describe the fury as almost unequalled. In,a : memorial to the throne regarding the fate of the children and grand-children of Yakoob Bey, the late Ameer of Kashgana', the1 Governor-General states that they will be delivered into the hands of the Imperial household to he made eunuchs of, and then sent to Turkestan to be given as slaves to the soldiery in the Amoor region. The latest intelligence received concerning, the rebellion in. K>varigai, headed by Le Yung Choi, states that the Imperialists had attacked the insurgents and driven thorn back into their mountain fastnesses, whither they dared not follow them. Lc Yung Choi employs his troops when ...

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Anglo-Colonial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

Anglo-Colonial Notes. [BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT IN LONDON.] London, September 10. EMIGRATION ; THE RUSH TO NEW ZEALAND. " It is an ill wind that blows nobody good/ and sad as arc the circumstances which have led up to the present mania for emigration, there can be no, doubt the colonies will in course of time benefit materially by it. "Within this last month no less than 2000 souls have left the United Kingdom for New Zealand, and the tush still con-, tiuues. The N.Z.S. Co.'s fine_ vessel Wanganut, which aailsj for; Otagq in; a^day or two,- will take out over 200 second cabin passengers, almost all oi whom are middle-: class farmers. I saw several of them at Captain Ashby's office the other day, and noted with satisfaction that they appeared Bno sturdy and eminently respectable men. The majority have capital to start with., In, fact they will, from every point of view, be most desirable acquisitions to the colonial community. Talking over matters with S...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

PARLIAMENTARY. 'FROM OCR SPECIAL CORRESPON- DENT.) WELLINGTON, this day. YESTERDAY'S 'PROCEEDINGS. The proceedings in the House yesterday were not characterized by'the same.,tameness as the afternoon .debates usually are* There was great laughter when Mr Hall, in reply to a question, promised to introduce an amended Counties Act when he had succeeded in introducing the Electoral Bill, because most of the members in the -House immediately saw_ the remoteness of the contingency. Judging from the present appearance the Government will obtain, leave to' introduce their Electoral -Bill"- about" the time of the Greek calendar. There was another break in the monotony of the preliminary skirmish when Mr Beetham asked tho Speaker's ruling as to whether a motion on the order paper affecting Mohi Tawbai's election could not take precedence of other business on the order paper. Before the Speaker had time to rule.Mr Macandrew rose and gravely asked whether another litt...

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Legislative Council [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

Legislative Council Tuesday. 11l the Council, after the formalTjusiness, I Mr Whitakcr proposed that the Council only take' unimportant businea* on the order paper, and leave all debateable matters postponed from day to day until the no-confidence question is settled in the Lower House. The Council agreed to this course. The first bill was introduced by Mr Waterhouse, tho; Liverpool, London, and Globe Insurance Bill, sent from the Lower House. , . ■ •.. i In reply to Colonel Brett, Mr Whitaker said the Government wouid erect a telegraph station at Kuriwi, Canterbury. COST OF LOANS. In moving for a return, Mr, Waterhouse spoke at. length on> the greatly increased cost of raising loans, which had more than trebled in some instances, too many persons having picking*. He moved for that return so that public attention might be directed to the question. The motion was carried. ;. . ;.:.!;' On the motion of Mr Campbell a return in detail was tendered of the expenditure of £7,000...

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House of Representatives. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

House of Representatives. WELLINGTON, Tuesday. Various private motions were disposed of and the election committees already tele-, graphed sworn in. Mr Hall asked the Speaker ? if Mohi Tawhai was not disqualified from awing on Sir George Grey's committee inconsequence of a petition against himself. The Speaker replied that he was not arrare of anything likely to render him ineligible to act.

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QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

QUESTIONS. Mr JRolleston.in reply to Mr Ireland,said the Government intended to open land for settlement at Waikato as soon as it was in the hands of the Government to deal with it . Mr Hall, in reply to Mr Wright as to whether he will introduce a bill to amend the Debtors' and Creditors' Act so as to give a< tisans and creditors and labourers a preferential claim for wages to the extent of three months instead of one, said legislation was desirable and would be introduced. Mr Oliver, in ..reply to:Mr Whyte, said steps would be taken to construct shoots for cool at the. railway wharf, Auckland, and the wharf, Onchuiiga. - ,■ . ~j, i Major Atkinson.in reply to Mr Finn, said the Government might bare an intention to take steps to amend, the Land Tax, Act, but could not say for a week or two if they intended to repeal it. i. v v i Mr Oliver, in reply to Mr Andrews, said they intended to take steps towards a new survey'of the East Coast railway of the Middle Island. Major Atk...

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The Governor and Sir George Grey. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

The Governor and Sir George Grey. The House resumed at 7.30. . i . Mr Hall said before proceeding to the order? of the day he -wished to speak to a matter of privilege. The hon. member foillho1 Thames had stated that ho had not advised His Excellency to accept his (Mr Hall's) resignation »s a member of the Upper Houso. He had communicated, with iS is Excellency as to what had transpired on that occasion, and the substance had been given to him in a document which he wished to lay before the House,"but as it was private communication to himself he coula only do so with the sanction of the hon. members. He had therefore' to ask permission to make known the substance of this communication. The House having given its consent the document was read as follows:— : ", ■: MEMORANDUM FOR THE HON. JOTO HAJtVi Sir George Grey is reported to have said, when speaking of Mr Hall's resignation of his seat in the Upper House for the purpose of taking a seat in the House of ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

mHE UNDEBSIGNED have just ~ -X OPENED, ■ Ex 'Fanienoth,' ' Kildonan,' 'City of Agra,' and ' Ned White': td £ - ■ .-■ ■..§•; E ■ ? 1 5v i- 1 i « g 8 <■ 5 I § g.l : 3&g £ a * < B w ° W ft, (4 k M ■ &: £ £ i!i &q . w a tn w fc a £ 5 & B And have the Largest Stock and Sell at Lower ♦ Price than any other House in New Zealand." W. H. SHAKESPEAR & CO/, IMPORTERS, !*• FANCY WOOL AND SILK MERCHANTS' Sewing Machine Manufacturers, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, 2J6, QUEEN - STREET, Auckland. -: • ■■■ : ' "VTOTICE OF REMOVAL. BY BFECIJI, APPOINTMENT. . |W. H. FENT ON. HAT AND CAP MANUFACTURER," | *:- v Begs {to inform the public thai he haß : ! REMQVED : ! ".■'-„.- TO .''-■ LARGER AND MOKE CONVENIENT ■m PREMISES, gsm- at 82 ■ ."« : QUEBK STBKET, Opposite tbe " Herald" Office, and has added ! GKNTLEMEN'S HOSIERY AND MERCERY ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

Special Advertisements. rnHORNTON S^ITH/ AND FIRTH'S X PRICES CURRENT (WholbSalb) Subjeotto alteration without notioe. Sacks. IOO'B. Ws C^?o? raf dF! on!' if 0 0- «*»" 0* 17 Bd do X'^^U.OUIOO 15 0 0 Sharps, per ton .. "6'"o 0 ~ .. Bran, per tan 7 0 0 .. .. Fowl Wheat .. ..■ ~4s. Od. per bushel. The above prices tnoluae eackß and bagr~saois and bags not returnable. Terms: Cash, s, Auckland, 22nd October. 1879. ___,/ /CHEMICAL MANUBE 1 CHEMICAL "■ -:"'":" WaWv'ke ■: '"~"v The undersigned are now prepared to 'supply their Celebrated Potato and Mangold Mixture In any quantity. Analysis of which will bo forwarded on application. Special preparations for different crops, A ISO, ■ • i Nitrate of Soda Su'pbate of Ammonia • ■ ;Nurate of Potash '' 1:< W. J..HUKST & CO,, 101 Queen-street, 7 N; S A L E, Bonedubt, Sydney and Auckland BoxaKLOUit. Sydney I Bon...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

Special Advertisements. YfyT E HAVE OPENED Fip T V PIECES, OF BLACK SILK, WHI.CH WILL BE SO.LD AT IS. 11D. AND K 2s. 9D. :: !*¥? t /^osgjrave & rm, l TOWN EDITION. PUBLISHED AT 1.30:

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Australian Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 22 October 1879

Australian Telegrams. [Pee Albion' at Bluff.] MELBOURNE. : ~.. ■ '' ' '; '""'■ : October 14. . Matters political are quiet just.now^rbut forces are being quietly organised for. the coming campaign. The Farmers' Unions are being formed' all over the cbrinfry,. and, concentrated in a central -..-league, ..will, exercise great-influence at coming eldcfions. The farmers are expected to go against protectiou,.,,.,"'',.. •■ in-// .. The miners strike at Sandhurst; continues, and is extending. Mr Geov Lausell, the lich claim-holder, has been appealed to, and cast all blame on theUßerrjSGovcrhinent, who had -promised to majce^the. country! prosperdus'ifdivlhe miners, i Some, men who put out fires at the claims naye^ been arrested, b'utsubsequcntly discharged.- The Ormond Presbyterian College, ~affi. liated to the University, ;is to be built at once at a cost of £165,000.' ' !0! THE CUP BETTING. There is still very little-betting. Secundus still remains...

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