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A Few Reasons why [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
A Few Reasons why &quot;Cadbury's Cocoa&quot; enjoys such world-wide popularity. It is guaranteed to be pure Cocoa. Is soluble in boilingmilk or water Contains all the delicious aroma of the natural article, without the excessive proportion of fat Is not reduced in value by tho addition of starch, sugar, etc Is specially rich in ne3h-formmg and strength-sustaining principles. Is a gentle stimulant, and sustains against hunger and bodily fatigue.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Wilson's Portland Cement and Hydraulic Lime are uniform and reliable. Every bag bears the trade mark and contains a ticket. Information free on concrete.—J. Wilson &amp; Co., Customs-street West.—(Advt.) Undertakers. JAMES STANTON, Undertaker, Victoria-street West tnear Foley's, Grocer, Hobson-street). Funerals conducted on the lowest possible charges. Grave fences erected. Public Notices. * ■VTOTICE.—As Mr Paice, Mount Roskill IT| Road, is about to leave Auckland for a short time, he hereby gives notice that all Recounts owing to him for grazing must be paid forthwith, or the Cattle will be aold to defray expenses ; and alljiist Claims against Mr Paico mv.&quot;* be sent in to him within ten days, otherwise they will not be recognised. TFVPSOM EOAD DISTRICT. &quot;PUBLIC WORKS ACT, 1882.&quot; In accordance with the provisions of the above Act, it is hereby notified that the Epsom Road Board propose to Stop a Portion of Road lying between Lot 37, Sec...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Watches. fJIHE COEEECT TIME! WITHIN REACH OF ALL. TEN YEARS AGO STEWART DAWSON &amp; Co., Liverpool, Struck the keynote of sound commercial trading by opening the portals of their Factory to the actual consumers, THE OxENJCRAL PUBLIC, thus sweeping away at one blow the exorbitant profits of the Middleman and Retail Dealer. The results attendant on this, the onlyreal and beneficial system of trading with ativantage to the buyer, hus been AN Unqualified Success, Unprecedented in the annals oi: English Watchmaking. JB3- READ THIS. Just to hand, ex s.s. Kaikoura, a Large Stock of GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY,Iatest fashions. These Goods having left Liverpool on the Ist Juno last, our Customers can depend on them being quite new, and are no part of Bankrupt's Stock, or old fashioned Jewellery, to be disposed of at any price. The readers are invited to call and inspect the Goods. Every article guaranteed, and marked lowest possible mice. as usual with S.D. &amp; Co -Q'~i 1 £i...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Public Notices. i — . New Zealand ILLUSTRATED TIT-BITS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE ILLUSTRATIONS in this Popular Publication have been much improved by the introduction of a New Engraving Process. The features this week are :— Hereditary I Woman's Thoughtful- Tuking Steps to Abate I ness a Nuisance I &quot; Gie a Mon a Chance&quot; He Got his Moneys | Beauties of the Beach Worth A &quot; Pinted &quot; Remark A Terrible Predica- Chop and Change ment A Short Face Improved BRETTS Auckland Almanac and PROVINCIAL HANDBOOK FOR 1888. The aim of this work is to describe in an interesting manner the Vast Resources, the Climate, the Scenery of the Auckland Provincial District ; its Mountains, Harbours, Rivers, and Lakes; its Forests and its Plains; its Cul. tivated and Waste Lands, and to show Foreign Capitalists that our Genial Clime, Rich Lands, and Mineral Products, and Intelligent, Go-a head People offer inducements to intending investors or settlers superior to...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Prapery, Clothing, &amp;c. &quot;fiujTcMASTER, qHALDERS, &amp; fiO. d Have just opened oub New Dkesses S! New Mantles cc orf New Visites fctj oil td y New Hats - Q New Bonnets. to H n-j '&lt; Nkw Feathers and Flowers £ O2 New Hosiery and Gloves g New Ribbons § &amp;q New Laces J£ W. &amp;c &amp;c. Sec. a — S PER AOBANGT. P &quot;JI/TcMASTER, &amp; CiO. TDRICE I T&gt;RTCE I pRICE JL 1/li | Jt 16 I t 1/6 BEAUTIFUL LONG OSTRICH FEATHERS In Cream, Tuscan, Grey, Tan, and Pink. If* Just Received, a parcel -| (* q hri of the ttbo7e- t0 be sold I S f)D M,i,Vnmi ot the very low price &quot;' i x v - W. P. OGILVIE, Victoria Street West. EVERY LADY HER OWN DRESSMAKER. To secure a Perfect Fit and Newest Style, try OUTTERICK'S riXJT &quot;DAPER pATTEENS. Metropolitan Fashions, Illustrating Patterns, Jnonthly, Id each ; 2s per annum, post free. A6ENT- Wm. P. OGILVIE, DRAPER. VICTORIA-STREET WEST. fi RE...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Land and Estate Agents. fi H A S. H. OSMOND, LAND AND MONETARY AGENT, Begs to notify his clients that he has REMOVED To those centrally-situated and most convenient PREMISES ADJOINING THE COLONIAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, Until lately occupied by Messrs J. M. and J. Mowbray. TTK)R SALE, one of the best Farms In J- Auckland District for Fruit, Poultry, and Stock rearing, situated at the head of Henderson Valley, on the direct line of road to the farfamed Waitakerei Falls, containing about 125 r.cres more or less, with Orchard of over 2,000 fruit; bearing trees in good healthy condition.— pply to JOHN SOPPET, House and Laud Agent, 65 Queen-street. TTIOR POSITIVE SALE, cheap and JL1 terms very easy, 650 acres good Land with deep-water frontage. Only eight mfles from the Queen-street Wharf.—Apply to John Soppet, House and Land Agent, 65. Queen-street FOR IMMEDIATE SALE, as the owner must leave for England a really good Farm of 238 acres, 130 acres of it in grass, and fenced part with thorn ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
i ■ ■ ' Business Notices. W. LE V s-' BOOKBINDER. PAPER RULER. ' ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURER, Wyndham-street. merchants' account books, Insurance and Mining Register Books Specially Ruled and Bound. Music, Magazines, Public Libraries, and Sunday School Books Well Bound. Bakers' Special Ruled Day Books, Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books BAND AND CHOIR*MUSIC BOOKS RULED /GROUND LIME! GROUND LIME For Sale, SOUTHGATE'S MAHURANGI HYDRAULIC GROUND ROCHE LIME In any quantity, for Concrete Paths, Floors. Cellars, etc. Next to stone-flagging it is unrivalled for durability and hard-setting qualities. For tanks and other wet work it is a first-class material. B. KEANE, SOLE AGENT, CUSTOMS-STREET. ri C. H A N S E N, * Having taken over the Shop lately occupied by A. H. Morris, in KARANGAHAPE ROAD, Wishes to acquaint his patrons and friends that ho will still carry on the PAINTING AND GLAZING BUSINESS In all its Branches. J. B. GILFILLANCOMMISSION MERCHANT, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL AGENT, Firth...
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE. Coromandel, from Coromandel, .Thursday piomahana, from Thames, this day, 8.30 E.Serpri.e.from Thames Thursday,&quot; ,»« Balmoral Castle, from London, via Sydney, October 9 ~ ~ rnu,,,, Wanaka, at Onchunga, from South, Una, EichmonS,Troin South Sea Islands, Oct. 3
SAILING VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
SAILING VESSELS EXPECTED. Piako, ship, left London July 2 Waikato, ship, from London May Queen, ship, from London Lurline, ship, left London July 25 Margaret Galbraith, slap, left Glasgow July 1 Himalaya, bq., from Liverpool Rosedale, from Middlesborough, for Kaipara Zealandia, ship, left London -July Evie Reed, bq., from New York, via LyHelton ; sailed June 20 _ Star of the East, from Isew York, via Dunedin, sailed June 7 Mary A. Greenwood, bq., leit New Yoik July 27, via Lyttelton Ada Stotfc, barque, sailed August 4 from New Yovk ... , Rebecca Crowell, barque, from New *ork ,'Jennie 8., schr., from Fiji Kirkdale, bq., from Java, early Wenona, barque, from- Dunedin, early Orpheus, schooner, left Dunedm bept. 14 Maile, schr., from a cruise Louie, schooner, from a cruise. Smavagd, brigantine, from Dunedin Lizzie Guy, schooner, from Lyttelton
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Wairarapa, s.s., for Southern ports, Thurs- day, noon Cheimsford, s.s., for Opotiki, Friday, 5 p.m Stormbird, s.s. (Onehunga), for ft efib Coast ports, Friday, 3 p.m. Gauloise, schr., for Tahiti Rangifcikei, ship, loading for London Wanaka, for Southern ports, Friday, 5 p.m.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
IMPORTS. Ex Wairarapa: 23 cases tobacco, 6's.— W. S. Whitley. The s.s. Suva sailed yesterday evening for East. Coast ports and Wellington with cargo and passengers. ' The p.s. Wairarapa left Russell at 6 p.m. yesterday, and arrived here this morning, bringing as passengers Misses Moody (2). The brigaiatine Stanley was berthed at the Railway Wharf this morning, and commenced discharging cargo. The schooner Gaiiloise Bailed at, 9 o'clock this morning, bound for Tahiti, with a still' but fair breeze behind her. The 5.3. Oreti has undergone a thorough overhaul while laid up at Onelmnga, and to-morrow will resume running to Hokianga, Kaweroa and &quot;Whangape. The ship Crusader discharged the last of her Auckland-cargo yesterday. She will leave for Napier about the end of the week, with part original cargo from London, and after completing her discharge there she will load up for London. The Jubilee S. C. are making all arrangements for putting the Bellinger on the Waitara trade...
SURVIVORS FROM A WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
SURVIVORS FROM A WRECK. (by telegraph:—press association.) Wellington, Tuesday, Tho Minister of Marine has received a telegram from Cliristchurch stating that a rumour is in circulation to the effect that there are some castaways on the Crozets. Sir J. Vogel is making inquiries, with a view to rendering assistance if necessary.
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. Taueanga, this day.—lona sailed for Auckland, via Tairua and Whitiangi. Lyttei/iox, this day.—Arrived : Barque W. C. Wentworth, from Newcastle. SYDNEY, September 27. — Sailed : The steamship Hauroto, for Wellington. Kaipara, September 27. — Arrived, on Sunday, at the Heads: Barques Aurora and Phoenix. Lvttleton, September 27.—Sailed : S.s. Te Anau, for the Soutli; s.s. Hawea for Wellington, with English mails. Wei/li&gt;.t;tox, September 27. — Arrived : Wanaka, s.s., from Lyfctelton; Norman, barque, from Liverpool. Sailed : Macgregor, s.s., for the North, via East Const; Wanalra, s.s., for Onehunga. Passengers : Messrs Atkinson and Allan. —Sailed: Oairloch, Waitaba, this da for Onehunjja. Waxg.ve.ei, tliis day.—Arrived : Wei lino-ton,from Auckland&quot;. New Plymouth, this day.—Arrived Rotorua, from Onehuno-a.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
COMMERCIAL. Evening Star Office, this day. Mr T. M. Jackson sold by auction today freehold property lately occupied by Mr M. W. Letts, at Mt. Albert, for £190, to Mr Randersoh, and 7 roomed house and allotment at Surrey Hills for £200, Mr Burton being the purchaser. Other properties were withdrawn. Mr ALFKrD Bcckj^ynd sold by auction today, the mortgage debt or sum of £5,000&gt; due by the Apple Farm Company, Limited, on the 7th day of September, 1888, to Theodore William Hickson, and by him submortgaged to secure £2000 and interest, the payment of which is secured over the property formerly known as the Otara Grove Farm, now the Apple Farm property. The whole was purchased by the trustees of Mrs Hickson for £3,200.
The Evening Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCOPORATED The Evening News,Morning News, and Echo. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
The Evening Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCOPORATED The Evening News, Morning News, and Echo. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1887. For the cautie that lacks assistance, Por tha -wrong that needs resistance, For the future in the distance, And tho good that we can do. Sir Robert declaration that if defeated in Dunedin East he would retire into private life does not appear to have beema promise thoughtlessly made in the heat of an election contest to decide doubtful voters. He has already refused offers of five seats. We' are justified in drawing the inference, therefore, that the Premier is not altogether displeased at an occurrence which has severed irksome political alliances, without any direct act of' his own. Judged by any other standard, the head of a Ministrywould not be justified in staking his own political existence, which involves more or less the existence of his party, upon the chances of a few votes either way in a small constituency where local prejudices have great sway. The Prime...
GERMANY IN SAMOA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
GERMANY IN SAMOA. No decision was arrived at by the Samoan Conference that lately met at Washington, so that the violent aggression of Germany in Samoa has been undertaken on the sole responsibility of that Power. Furthermore, the Conference referred to has not concluded its labours, and Germany, therefore, stands convicted of committing a wilful breach of international obligations, and a gross outrage upon the recognised native monarch of Samoa. The facts, as disclosed in a special cable despatch from London which we publish to-day, appear to be that the English, American and German representatives at the Conference were unable to agree, and adjourned their deliberations in order that they might consult their respective Governments. This accounts for the return of Sir J. B. Thurston to London, which, in the absence of definite information, we formerly assumed was owing to the Conference being at an end. The nature of the disagreement can only be guessed at, but as the English Gover...