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Auction Sales To-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

Auction Sales To-morrow. Cochrane and Son—Furniture, Pianoforte, etc-. at Arawa-strcet. 11 • R. Arthur—Furniture, Crockery, Tools, etc. at Rokeby-street, ll • ' ?' V' , Binne y « nrt Sons-Apples, 11 A, AUken—Bedsteads, Lawn Mowers, etc., l

Publication Title: Auckland Star
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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STRANGE DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

STRANGE DRAMA. j<337 AUGUSTA J. EVANS WILSON, &Wboj? of " Macaria," " BoulaV " Si, Elmo," Etc. CHAPTER XXVIII. Since the night of Olga's return, Regina had taken her meals in the sick-room, gladly availing herself of any pretext, for avoiding the dreadful tete-a-tete breakfasts. On the morning after bhe painful interview between Olga and Mr Palma, the former desired to remove into her own apartment, and the easy chair in which she sab was wheeled carefully to the hearth in her room. Come close to me, dear child.' Olga held her companion for some seconds in a tight embrace, then kissed her cheek and forehead. • Patient, trua little friend; you Bayed mo from destruction. How worn and white you look, and I have robbed you so long of Bleep ! When, I am stronger, I wanb bo talk to you ; but to-aay I must be alone, must spend ib among my dead hopes, sealing the sepulchres. Jean Ingelow tells us of &...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

An excess of animal food and a partial closing of the pores of the skin, during the winter months, cause the system to become filled with impurities. These are removed and tho blood purified by taking Ayer's Sarsaprilla.—(Advb.) ■To Cure Skin Diseases.—Sulpholine Lotion quickly drives away Eruptions, Pimple 3, Blotches. Redness, Eczema, Aono, Disfigurements, Roughness and Scurf, &c, leaving a clear, spotless Skin and beautiful Complexion. Sulpholino is a necessity fop the Skin, especially in hot climates. Made in London. Sold everywhere. (Advtj The Popular Bhvxrage for jßroakfaak Luncheon. Tea, and Supper in all soaoons ia Oadbury sCocoa.—Comforting, strengthenlag; nourishing—for old and young , , robust and feeble. The Sinows of Wealth are found Ia Health; and health, strength, and staying power are retained and concentrated SB Padbuby's Cocoa. It is absolutely pure. A J. ing Debility. Loss of Vigor, &c., restored to healthln such a REMARKABLE M ANN ER. afte...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

Medical- SCEATING'S POWD33E,' KEATING'S POV/DEB. KSATING'S POWDSE. KSATING'S POWEiEK. KEATING'S POWDSS. KSATSNG'S FOWDESL {mJQSf ■HARMLESS. .TOsANnOALff. (flea's, KII>I<S4 MOTHS, *" i BEETLES.. VFWBS BUGS 3U SSROAcfE S - MOTHS MOSQUITOES, and •syery other species oil insect. I The PUBLIC are CAUTIONED that packages of the genuine Powder bear the autograph of THOMAS KEATING. Sold in tins only. KSATING'S WORM TABLETS. KSATING'S WOKM TABiJSM. HEATING'S WORM TABISES. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both 1U at)-pearance and taste, furnishing a most agreeable method oE administering tha only certain remedy for INTESTINAL or THREAD WORMS. Itiaa perfectly safe and mild preparation, and i 3 especially adapted for Children, Sold In tine by all Druggists. Proprietor, THOMAS KEATING, London. /$, wmmvi lepras .gjiS-ff? 3 &TO traiTcrsttll j- 'admitted to be wortll a Guinea a ffl%fjr Nr-*% BoxforßUiousancl M&)Jr ■ w Nervous Disorders fjfSi/ ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

Sfedf cai St. Mary's Cathedral, ' Wellington, August 27, 1890. >i REV. Mother Mary Joseph Aubert, of Jerusalem, Wanganui River, having applied for permission to dispose o£ the right of putttng up her medicines for sale to Messrs. Kempthorne, Prosser and Co., I hereby willingly grant such permission in the hope that such vegetable medicines may become more publicly i known, and assist the good cause in which J the Reverend Mother works. I From many facts that have come under [ 'my own notice, I can testify to the beneficial I ''sffects of these several medicines upon the t persons who have used them. (Signed) ; © FRANCIS REDWOOD, ■? Archbishop of Wellington*?* NEW ZEALAND is a country which is blessed with great mineral wealth, and it also must have struck all travellers, and residents what an immense amount o£. beautiful foliage covers every hill-top and i valley. So far science has not done much to discover the hidden good qualities contained in the vegetation of this Co...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

i ° . Medical i . —— _ AY RE S AND x> RI G. E. , JL " i RICHARD _TRES. . - t Member of theNatioual Association'of Medjeai Herbalists. W ILLUM ( PRICE, Chemist ancLDniKßist. (Wholesale /and Retail asd Importers. >,' ; Their preparations are purely herbal/and havef an established reputation secoudto nona.'oUhecj American, British, or Colonial. .■ j They call special attention, oraonK thelflj standard romedies, to their Indigestion Mixture and Pills, Kidney Cure. Ncrvino ffissance. Blood! Purifier. Dysentery Syrup, and theirj famous Worm Figs. ■ ' • Their success in the treatment of Nervone Debility, Seminal Weakness, and kindred affeo« ' lions, is established in the Wellington : and* Southern Provinces. -. %l,s. Consultation free. Invalids/visited gratis, Jj Sundries of every kind incident to the business KARANGAHAPE WTOnJJ MARtiES. •.... ~ . V ALL people are liable at anytime <4| ■ suffer from Colds In toe He&djtj Sore Throat,...

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MRS. HAROLD STAGG. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

MRS. HAROLD STAGG. BY ROBERT GRANT. CHAPTER I. A QUESTION SEALED. » There is only one thing to be done,' said Mrs Harold Sbagg, as bhe outcome of some minutes of reverie, during which she had sat tapping one of her feeb nervously on the carpetandsfcaring into space With a harassed expression in her protuberant blue eyee. • we must take them in.' ' Ib is exceedingly kind of you to suggest it Emma,' replied her husband. The same idea had occurred to him, bub he had refrained from putting ib into words, for he roalised thab the burden of establishing three orphaned children in the house would i fall alniosb entirely on his wife. The additionalexpenBo,would be a very small consideration ; the important factors in the case were the care, worry and responsibilitynecessarily involved. Hβ would doubtless havo deemed it his duty to propose the plan himself after a time, had his wife nob done so, bub this spontaneous offer gratified him, and, moreover, confirmed him in the belief that Emma wa...

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THE BLACK POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

THE BLACK POLICE. A 3TOKY OF MOJ3EHN AOSTRALU. My M« J c "W @©^Mo

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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

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"Daily Graphic," March 7, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

" Daily Graphic," March 7, 1891. • s If the book were nob written with to much circumstantial detail we would willingly believe that something had been viicrificed to sensation. It is hard to realise tliaf the %holesale nmssacres of blacks— men, women, and children—here described, are wholly'accurate, or that licenses are granted to men to, shoot 'Myalls' (wild blacks) on sight; or even that a native 1 boy' can be bought in Queensland towns for a sovereign or two. Mr. Vogan, dating from New Zealand, states that ' the scenes <i:ul -main incidents employed are chiefly the result of my personal observations and experiences; the remainder are from perfectly reliable sources.' "

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"Daily Chronicle," April 15, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

"Daily Chronicle," April 15, 1891. "To several colonial stories which have recently been published must now be added 'The Black Police; a Story of Modern Australia,' by A. J. Vogan (London, Rutchinson & Co.). It is an attempt to depict some of the obscurer portions of Australia's shady side, and the scenes and •rain incidents employed are chiefly the vesult of personal observations and experiences. The story is unquestionably exciting."

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"London Morning, Advertiser," June 10, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

"London Morning , Advertiser," June 10, 1891. " Mr. Vogan presents us with one of the strongest and sternest indictments of the policy pursued towards the aborigines in Queensland that has ever been penned. Unhappily there is only too much evidence '.o bear out a portion of his charges. That native camps have been from time to time ' rounded up' and their inmates mercilessly shot down, either in retaliation for some alleged olVence on the part of the blacks or oub of sheer wantonness, is a tacb patent to anyone acquainted with the colony in question. Nor can ib be denied that" the capture of black girls by white settlers for immoral purposes is altogether unknown, though in this connection it musb nob be forgotten that the native method of courtship in itself partakes of the characteristics popularly associated with the wooing of the Saoines by the Romans. But Mr. Vogaii goes rather further than we can venture to confirm him in his...

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"Scottish Leader," March 19, 1391. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

"Scottish Leader," March 19, 1391. "'The Black Police,' by A. J. Vogan (London, Hutchinson), ia a tale of modern Australia. Ib is devoted to an exposure of the cruelties and treacheries by wirich the white man ousts the black, from the home of his fathers. There can be little doubt that many of the pictures which the writer draws of Australian frontier life are true to nature. If that be so, they are little creditable to the people who practise and permit such horrore."

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"Scotsman," March 9,1891. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

"Scotsman," March 9,1891. "The freshness of its material, and a certain rude vigour that goes through it all, make the book interesting. The story seems to have been written with a purposeto expose and reprehend the treatment, represented as brutal, that is undergone by tho aborigines of Australia at the hands of the whites."

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"Manchester Examiner," Marsh 7. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

"Manchester Examiner," Marsh 7. " A cryptogram from a dead hand indicating to a living friend a hidden treasure is not a new conception, but the present story derives some novelty from the manner of its narration, as well as from the circumstances that precede and accompany the discovery of the cryptogram. The action opens and closes in New Zealand, but the theatre of the main events is in Australia, and especially in Queensland. These events are somewhat of the 'Wild West' character, but they include, in addition to a pleasant tale of friendship rewarded and true love triumphant, some heartrending exposures of the sanguinary and tyrannical treatment meted out to the aborigines by the European settlers. If whab is here set down even remotely resembles the true state of affairs, the attention of the Colonial Secretary is. urgently required. The hero bought out there a young attendant as he might have bought a portmanteau; he paid £2 for him. The...

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"Lyttelton Times." [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

"Lyttelton Times." " ' Tile Black Police.'—Can it be possible that in these days of grace—for the story is written of the present time—that such things, such hqrrors, as Mr. Vogan describes with revolting relish, can happen in a civilised British community 1"

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"Christchurch Press." [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

"Christchurch Press." " ' The Black Police. s —lf only one-thivd of the scenes depicted in the book by Mr. Vogan are true, it is time such a reproach was wiped off the fair fame of Australia. . . . Some of the scenes are painted with a good deal of power. The discovery by Claude Angland of the rival to Mount Morgan is a wonderfully clever piece of word painting; the scenery and the weird surroundings of the cavern being described very powerfully. .... 'The Black Police' is well worth perusal."

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"Otago Times," June 6, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 November 1891

"Otago Times," June 6, 1891. "The book aims at being the 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' of Queensland, and the horrors in Mrs. Stowe's book are hardly more horrible than the facts recorded here. Claud Angland, the hero of the novel, who is in Auckland when the story begins, receives the last message of an uncle who has died while exploring the Australian wilds. This communication is much in the oracular style of those potsherd or parchment documents which we know so well in Eider Haggard's story. There is more in the paper than at lirst meets the eye. Moved thereto by certain mysterious symbols on the paper, Angland proceeds to Sydney, bound for Queensland, in quest of the spot where his uncle died, which we may here say he ultimately reached, discovering at a certain place indicated a Mount Morgan mine, which made him wealthy- beyond the dreams of avarice. The chief part of the novel, however, is taken up with the Queensland squatter and his treatment of...

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