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DEVONPORT WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
DEVONPORT WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. The twelfth anniversary of the DertJ^ Wesleyan Sunday school whsceleWed evening by atea and public meetm^ tables were presided ove by « Owens, Henderson and bpragg Henderson, Mason, Tanftem, the Key. n. a- » „ xi f i goD , jxtni°r; «» renorb was read by Mr Mson, J d showed that the Sunday- ™%M't* cholars this year, »*jg*s&amp;*T* and 20teachersascomparedwu Tip average attendance was iwi gunnJ . and the school library contoins ,ft Musical selection., were choir at intervals. _^»
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
SUITS, £2 10s, £3, £3 10s, £4, with an Extra Pair of Trousers or a Waterbury &quot;Watch, at J. H. Daiton's, Tailor, Victoria-street East. IjUSH ! FISH ! FISH !-Rakino Smoked ' Fisli, wholesale in Is parcels at iheboat. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.- Adores,?. A, Sanford, Itakino Island,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
!mO WHEAT-GROWERS, Etc. W. S. LAURIE &amp; Co. Have for Sale: Winter and Spring Seed Wheats Tartarian Oats-Black, White, and Dun Bonemcal and Bonedust ot various descriptions (Analyses may be inspected). Nitrate of Soda, Ammonia, Potash Guanos-Island and Peruvian Wire, Sacks, Twine, &amp;c. &amp;c. CUSTOMS-STREET. AUCKLAND. STARTLING A NNOUNCEMENT. MONSTER SALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES AT GAREETT BKOS.' Previous to Stock-taking. GARRETT BROS, have decided to often he whole o£ their immense Stocks ni W'akefleld-street and Karangahapo EoadatCOST PRICK, for a few weeks only, and also to make room for two large Stocks from their Southern branches, about to bo closed. Now is the opportunity for those feeling bad i time;? to purchase these great necessaries at ' genuinely Wholesale Prime Cost. The superior character of our stock is well known throughout : New Zealand, therefore puffing is unnecessary. it only remains for the Proprietors to gay THE SALE IS TRULY GENUINE. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
mHE &quot;MELBOURNE AGE.&quot; Cireula- X tion. Gi,OQO daily. The largest Commercial, Advertising, and General Newspaper in the Colonies. Price. Id : (is Ud per Quarter.. _ ! The &quot; LEADER,&quot; -IS pages. Ihe best Farra! in&quot; Agricultural, and General Weekly Isevvsi paper. Pi-ice, Gd :6s 6d per quarter. I The &quot;ILLUSTRATED AIMTK, ALIAN i NFWS&quot; (New Zealand Edition). Ihe leading Monthly Illustrated Newspaper. Single numbers, 6d; do üblc numbers, with coloured plate. le. Agents • Messrs Kidd and Wildman, Upton and Co.. and E. Wayte. Auckland; and all Mews Agents. Post free. r mHE FLOWERS THAT BLOOM IN THE SPRING, TRA LA ! A. WOOLLAMS &amp; Co.'s g P RIN G gPECIALITIES Are Now On Vikw. A Special Line of SPRING «md SUMMER WORSTED SUITINGS at 70s per Suit; 60 beautiful patterns to select from. Our prices will compare favourably with those of any other high-class tailoring firm in New Zealand; but wo cannot...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
THE DEPRESSION AND HOW TO AMEND IT. By economy and purchasing cheap for Cash from T. W. DOONIN, Grocer, Importer, and Produce Merchant, Hobson-street. New and first-class Goods for less money than many pay for worthless articles. Tho following will give some idea of prices .--Really good Family Tea, Is 4d lb ; box, 111b nett, for 13s 6d; first-class Tea, Is lOd lb, worth 2s lOd lb: good Sperm Candles, *Jd lb, 21b for BJd; box, 251b, 8s 6d; new Oatmeal, bag. 25!b, for 2s 7d; White Crystal Sugar, bag, 101b, for 9s 6d. Flour, Fruits, and other Goods at equally low prices for Cash. N.B.—Established 1857. Remember the Address: T. W. DOONIN'S, HOBSON-STREET. nnO HOP&gt;SEDEALEE,S, Etc., Etc., Etc. CHEAP FEED. Good Short Oats, 2s Id per bushel: best Chaff, | 2s cd per saclc ; best Bran, 4s 6d per sack ; large Truss of Straw, Is 3d. j At EARLE &amp; MONTGOMERY'S STORE, KARANGAHAPE, ROAD. Drapery and Clothing AT REDUCED PRICES. H. A T X I N S, In order to reduce stock and mee...
Bay of Islands. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Bay of Islands. Th official declaration of the poll takes p Sto-morrow, aUo^clock. Rcssell, this day. returns for the .6 2 Victoria Va«ey ... ••■ gg 55 Koitaia - - &quot; . 22 15 Orura .- - 36 27 jdongonm- - &quot; i§ 21 jlerekino ... - &quot;' 2 3 39 Kairerua ... - #&quot; 7 15 pakia - - 27 35 Kohukoh&quot; - 15 16 laheke •■• - '&quot; 33 17 Okaihau ... - &quot;' 51 23 ffairoate .-.. - - 31 8 Russell - - '&quot; 20 9 Qpna - ••&quot; &quot; 93 98 Kawakawa - &quot; ]5 42 Jukerenm — &quot; 64 15 HikarangJ - '&quot;30 4 Opuawhanga 22 8 Vhananaki ••• ■•• 3 0 Kgungam ••• '&quot;46 48 fearoa ••• &quot;; 43 35 Kaeo •■•• •&quot; &quot; 23 39 Rawene - —&gt; '&quot; Totals *69 525 tiv'ssww for Hobbs, 146.
Franklin North. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Franklin North. Otahohtt, this day. The complete returns for the Franklin Knrth election are:- 15 uck Ian )d. . LAvre, 19R Otahuhu ?1 Ma&quot;gf - ; 83 Papaknra Valley ™ Waiheke Maraetai &quot; Panmare ,, Whitford 2? Jtamirewa rt Otara 9? Clevedon - EUerslie lc&gt; 187 73 60 31 3 17 67 9 30 60 53 72 Total 620 662 Majority for Lawry, 42.
Franklin South. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Franklin South. Ijclifield, Oxford, and Matamata returns •re not yet available, but as Mr Whyte's ! present majority is 168 they cannot affect; the result. , Hamlin. Harris. Kingsford. Mekoho ... g 141 35 Patamahoe ... 36 49 17 Wd? U - S 27 34 Bombay ... 37 27 M Waipipi ... 16 18 6 Kamrama ... 11 g Drury 33 39 4 Awhitn ... 1? 11 8 Harrisville ... 10 38 18 Mercer ... 36 22 2 Mrangiiaffhiri Valley ... 10 1 10 Pokeno ... 18 2 22 Amrimn ... 13 10 2 hpaknra ... 53 58 50 Won, Miranda 8 29 22 Kaiawa ... 8 2 7 MlokSettleiuent 15 S '3 520 492 &quot; &lt;71 Majority for Hamlin, 28. Waikato. Cambridge, this day. h; returns for the Waikato election Itj-.i. ■■'''•■.. ■ Whyte Russell Camkidge 143 216 FanuitottEasb ... 147 41 Taopiri 16 6 Itorinsville 34 18 fiangiriri „. ... Tib 42 Turn 33 2 Enntly ... ... 3S 35 Hnkanui. ... ... 15 5 Ojford. ... ... „ __ Wainmgi 10 8 Ijclifeld — — %&gt;tu 15 10 ... ... 53 39 Tawhare 23 • 4 •Mttamata — K'araamhiaEast... 18 15 Tamahere 3£&...
Waipa. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Waipa. ■Hamilton&quot;, tins day. flie complete returns for Waipaare :— 'Jack- Teas- Max- Camp- „ son. dale. well. bell. mnultonWesfc 105 8 68 7 ... 67 2 14 8 Alexandra 1 Pateran^j - 47 26 5 5 Hvamutu ... 63 64 8 3 Sft-,- -. 40 8 3 0 fei ... 11 0 3 5 fktawhata ... 26 3 3 • 3 Jf klh '.- ... 72 6 5 1 &amp;■ : i f - 86:.H i i Totals... 678 192 190 41 %nty for Jackson, 436
Waitemata. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Waitemata. Ik^C£ emarkable coincidence. cvo Dsf is the exact numht Vofces Polled by him at Devon- &quot;•&quot;AteiwrT' . .8tlPP lied us with the W letorm, which are as follow :- Sport Monk- Woo(l- JkqJJ- ».. ... 373 207 5&quot;thwte &quot;• - - 35 20 £*«W 43 39 Vtfe ** &quot;. ... 19 23 Jbtta •'• - .» 48 17 5%ai •■' &gt;» ... 27 7 7^» - - 17 5 - ... 10/5 69 •&quot; - 50 25 S«ii- &quot;■ ■.. 9 0 Person'&quot; - — 21 1 ■&quot; .... 32 1 M75 . ■« ™
Marseen. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Marseen. All the ret NGAREI &gt; yesterday. iStoT 8 ar° n&lt;W in f°r Marsden- J^Mo&quot; '&quot; ' - - 957 1 - - 549 lor Thompson, 408. East Coast. &quot;M:&gt; yesterdayf^. U!!li UK &quot;3 follow :— ffi*is&amp; •- ■-. ... 764 Xg1*... ' '■&quot; ■'•■■ -. 586 ]^*,iii '&quot; 12° Uodney. A telegram received this afternoon states Moat's majority as 156, all the returns being in except that from the Barrier. The declaration of the poll will take place on Saturday, 4th inst. Coromandel. Cadinan °68 Mackay 579 Coromaxdel.—The whole of the returns are in, and give Mr Cadman a majority of 66 over Mr Mackay. RANGITATA. Buxton • SSB Rolleston 507 Palmer 14 Majority for Buxton, 81. WAIMATE. Steward 550 Manchester 496 Clarke 33 Majority for Steward, 62. SELWYN. The complete returns are : — Sir John Hall 706 J. McLachlan 554 Majority for Hall, 152. AWARUA. The complete I'eturns are : — J. G. Ward 660 G. Froggatt 40...
THE WAITOTARA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
THE WAITOTARA ELECTION. As the weather is very bad, it is quite impossible for the final returns of Waitotara seat to reach here till Fiday. Mr Bryce's defeat is regretted by a large section here. The declaration of the poll for Ponsonby will be made by the Returning Officer at 10 o'clock to-morrow (Thursday) morning at the Ponsonby Hall.
THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
THE POLITICAL SITUATION. OFFERS OF SCATS TO THE rREHHSSB. He Positively Declines. (BY TELEGRAPH—OWN&quot; CORRKSPOXPKXT.) Dun'edix, this day. Sir R. Stoitt yesterday had five seats, from Auckland southwards, placed at his disposal if he would consent to reconsider his determination to stand or fall by the verdict of the Dunedin East electors. The Premier, however, declined to entertain the offer?. The following correspondence is published : &quot; Dnnedin, September 27.—My dear Sir Robert: The pleasure and the worth of my own victory is deeply darkened by your defeat. I said at the hustings that I would rather lose ray own election than you lose ypurs. This morning 1 conferred with some of my principal supporters, and suggested that I should offer to resign in your favour. They heartily concurred. Feeling, as I do, that your absence from the House in the present juncture of affairs is nothing less than a colonial calamity, 1 am satisfied that the electors of Dunedin ...
Opinions of the Cress. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
Opinions of the Cress. Wkllixgton, this day. The &quot;Post,&quot; discussing the results, says that :&lt; Wellington has now in the most emphatic manner declared its want of confidence in the present Ministry, its abhorrence of protection, and its determination to be represented by members qualified by education, character and political knowledge to do credit to their constituents and maintain a respectable position in the Legislature.&quot; The &quot; Post&quot; then goes on to say as follows : &quot;Mr Bryee's defeats for Waitotara is on every ground to be deplored. Ib is almost inconceivable that any constituency could prefer a political tyro of Mr Hutchison's calibre to an experienced politician of proved ability like Mr Bryce. The vagaries of constituencies, however, are endless. The election of Kerr for Motueka over Mr Richmond Hursthonse affords another instance. The rejection of Stout in Dunedin induces a mixed feeling...
THE NEWTON ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
THE NEWTON ELECTION. A Scrutiny to be Demanded. We understand that at the declaration of the Newton poll Mr Tole's committee will demand a scrutiny. Mr Tole would have liked to have been present at the declaration to personally thank his supporters, but the necessity of his presence at the meeting of the Executive at Wellington will preclude this.
THE ABANDONED CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 28 September 1887
THE ABANDONED CHILD. Tire unfortunate young woman, Mary O'Conner, made a statement to the detectives yesterday relative to the infant found behind the Thistle Hotel on Monday last. The particulars will be adduced at the inquest on the body. The young woman is now under the care of Dr. Lindsay, at the Women's Refuge, there being no lyingin ward at the Hospital. She had yesterday evening to undergo an operation (rendered necessary by neglect at the time of confinement) which was performed by Drs. Girdler and Cobbett, and she is now doing as well as could be expected, although in a very critical condition. It is probable, however, that the inquest fixed for Saturday will be further adjourned to admit of her attendance. Mary O'Conner confessed yesterday to Mrs Coyle, of the Thistle Hotel and to another inmate that she she had given birth to a child. Mrs Coyle noticed on Saturday last that the girl was ill, and sent her to bed. She was however, about as usual on Sunday, morning performin...