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VICTORIAN TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

VICTORIAN TREASURY BILLS. Melbourne, January 31, Tenders wore opened to-day for threequarter million pounds' worth of Treasury bonds. The total amount of tho tondera was £1,166,000, at prices ranging from £94 to £100 2e 9d. The principal tenders were for £150,000, ab £99 10s ; £450,000, ab £98; and £50,000, ab £100 2s 9d. Melbourne, bhis day. The Colonial Treasurer lias decided not to accept tenders for treasury bills whose price is below £99. Consequently only ,£372,000 will be allowed.

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THE MELBOURNE TRAMWAYS. Melbourne, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

THE MELBOURNE TRAMWAYS. Melbourne, January 31. The annual roporb of the Tramway Company shows a loss of £100,000 as compared with tho previous year. DEATH OF SIR JAMES McCOLLOCH Melbourne, January 31, A cablogram from London announces tho deuth of Sir James McCullocb, a, former Premier, aged 7<l years.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

CRICKET. AUCKLAND UNITED V. MANUKAU COUNTY. The return match between the above toams was played at Bombay on Monday last. A matting wicket waa provided, but ib did nob play very well, shooters especially being prevalent. United, who played with 10 men, won the toss, and decided to bat. Tho innings produced 94, C. Hay batting in good form for 29. McPherson (14), Stemsou (11), and Sloman 9, not out, also played well for their runs. F. Brown was the most successful bowler for bhe county team. Manukau County scored 61 in their innings, Brown 13, and Bent 8, nob out, showing tho best form. Kenderdino secured 7 wickots. United mado 109 in their second ' innings, D. Hay (25), MacCormick and Kelly '. 19 each, Sloman (18), and Stomson (11),, doing best. At the conclusion of this innings heavy rain commenced to fall, and although a start was mado with the home team's second innings, playors were soon compelled to adjourn, and as the weather showed no signs of clearing after a long wait, play ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

To-night Dr. Laishley's lecture on "Ten of tho Notables I Have Met" will bo delivered in St. Alban's School, Mt. Rcskill Road, at 7.30. Itwill.be illustrated with beautiful magic lantern photographs,

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IN BANKRUPTCY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

IN BANKRUPTCY. A MISSING BANKRUPT. An adjourned meeting of creditors in tho bankrupb estate of George Skinner, was held in ihe office of the Official Assignee this morning, when there were Dresent:— Messrs A. H. Nathan, £23 6s 9d ; Dufaur (for L. D. Nathan and Co.), £50; Mackay, (A, Heather), £90; Roberts (Brown, Campbell and Co.), £5116s 6d. Tho following letter was received from Mr Fred Earl, solicitor :—" A meeting of creditors was held in my office on December Ist, when I read a statement of the causes leading to the inability of Mr Skinner to pay his debts and proposed on his behalf thab bhe creditors should give him a release on h_3 assigning to them the remaining portion of his estate, practically his book debts. 1 also oxhibited a state"-ment showing the manner in which the money arising from the sale of the Opotiki Hotel, had been applied and offered on behalf of Skinner to go into bankruptcy if tho creditors wished it. Only one creditor, Messrs Na...

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VALUE OF WHALEBOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

VALUE OF WHALEBOSE. (BY TELEGKAPH.—PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Russell, this day, Advices from England state that South Sea whalebone will rulo low in prico this year in consequence of an exceptional good catch by Arctic whalers.

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THE ROTORUA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

THE ROTORUA RAILWAY. Line to be Pushed On. (BY TEI-EGKAPH—own correspondent.) Wellington, this day. I leabn thab instructions have been given to the engineer having the supervision o* the Rotorua railway construction to prepare plans aud specifications for the bridgOfl on that part of bhe line, bhe formation of which was done by the natives somo time ago. This, with the works now in hand, will complete the line right through ready for laying the permanent way. I understand thab tho Government also intend to call for tenders for laying the rails so soon as the formation and bridgea are completed. The Minister of Public Works (Hon. R. Seddon) is fully alive to the importance of completing this line right through bo Roborua wibh bhe greatest possible despatch.

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

SUPREME COURT. THIS DAY. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Conolly.) IN BANKRUPTCY, Re the Estate of John Macky Alexander (deceased).—Thi3 was an appeal against bhe disallowance by bhe Official Assignee of the proof of debt of Alfred Henry Grainger. It was argued previous to tho vacation and judgmonb was now delivered.—His Honor said thab he was unable to disbinguish *?ls case from Morris v. Montague (2 New Zealand law reports, Supreme Lourb, 418), with the judgmenb in which he agreed. In thab case, as in the present, no time for the commencemenb of the term was stated in the agreement for a lease. In some respects the present case was stronger, since rent was paid applicable to certain dates; whereas, in Morris v. Montague there was merely possession and the expenditure of money in improvements in lieu of rent. Although no bime was nxed in bhe agreement between Alexander and Hursb for bhe commencement of the term, ib could be collected from the expressions used, and rent up to fixed dab...

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ALLEGED LARRIKINISM. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

ALLEGED LARRIKINISM. Four summonses were granted yesterday against young men living in Otahuhu and Auckland, for placing a trunk of a tree in the roadway, thereby endangering human life, also with unhinging gates, and other acts contrary to law. The cases, which have caused an amount of excitement, will be heard on Tuesday nexb ab the R.M, Court, Otahuhu.

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THE YACHT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

THE YACHT RACES. POSTPONED TILL SATURDAY. The six sailing races nob concluded in time tor judging on Monday lasb in connection with bhe Auckland Anniversary Regabta, held in the harbour, are now fixed to be re-sailed on Saturday nexb. The races were to have been sailed over again to-day, but the weather again proved unpropitious. The first race was to have started at 9.30 a.m. to-day, but as there was very.little wind—hardly sufficient to move the boats—the Sailing Committee of the Regatta Club decided to pub off all the races till Saturday. This will no doubt be found to be the most satisfactory course that could have been adopted. Tho first race will start at 9 o'clock on Saturday morning. The races to be decided are: Large fishing boats, first-class yachts, second-class yachts, and open sailing boats (three classes). The only yachts which showed up ab the starting post this morning were the Spray, Aorere, Miharo, and the large fishing-boat Mabel. The Rona has claimed bhe firsb pr...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

Another grand job line of over 3,600 hats and bonnets to be sold at 3d, 6d, 9d, Is; less than a quarter of warehouse prices'. Flowers, ribbon, and sunshades at giving away prices. AH our stock re-marked for special sale. David Garriock, Karangahape Road.—(Advt.)

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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

COMING EVENTS. Meetings, etc., To-night. Opera House-"Roj&bery Under Arms." 8 City Hall-Mr A. J-TRill's Concert, 8 CSng, o. list Cllurcll-PuWic Missionary Foresters' Hall, New ton-Dairymen, .v. Wednesday Half-holiday, 8 CUllea ES.°^S°8 W Gr°Ve NL^S93?, ri:f). o 7ii do fellows' Loyal Pio^« ss3ionW St _r -f^i" 1' 8- .Church-Lecturo, "Ten of the Notables I have Met." by Dr. Loishley. 7.30 Excursions, etc., To-morrow TeS^a^nS^r°rleaVe3F^ Auction sales To-morrow Aiex. AUlcen-IslaiKl Fruit, 1; Fruit 2 c£ll 3 aUd Co-'^e*Sale ofVurniture, Cochrane and Son—Furniturn p;_„_ r_ , and Fowls, etc., Homo^ay Pon^by £**• R. C. Oarr-Furniture. Cider Press ]L.i«. washinß and Bottling Machines etc «? Mary's Road, Ponsonby. !i mnes- etc., St, Kapok! Chairs' Bcdste^. blocks, Buckland and Sons-Steers, R.mner_ Yavd, , R. Arthur Furu turo, Drancrv iw„ o,s' l etc^irt, U Boots, Shoes,

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A TRAGIC MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

A TRAGIC MYSTERY. BY JULIAN HAWTEORNE, -CHAPTER Vl.—.Continued.) The evidence which Mcßride had given was apparently a3 important as ib was unlooked t*?. So far as it went it was confirmatory of the Shambling Man's theory. Two per" sons, a man and a woman, who acted mysteriously and evidently wished to avoid being identified, had visited Hanier's shop on the stormy midnight of December 29bh. Ib.,could only have been an urgenb errand bhab sent bhem there ab such an bour and in such weather. The man carried a revolver. Thero was no evidence thab ib was discharged in the wine shop, and if Mrs Hanier's sbory and thab of Mc- Bride were both brue ib certainly could nob. have been discharged there. Bub on the other hand, ib would hardly have been taken by the unknown visitors if they had nob contemplated the possibility of using it; and again, ib_ was quito conceivable^thab Mc- Bride might bo lying and thab he knew no more aboub bhe pistol than he had chosen to tell. ' Whether...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

Medical. _m "■?. "^_ _^^'^f ""3 /S^"W" 14 11011 i Perhaps you do not believe these statements concerning Green's August Flower. Well, we can't make you. We can't force conviction into your head or mcd- Doubting icine into your throat. We don't Thomas. want to. The money is yours, and the misery is yours; and until you are willing to believe, and spend the one for the relief of the other, they will stay so. John H. Foster, 1122 Brown Street, Philadelphia, says: " My wife is a little Scotch woman, thirty years of age and of a naturally delicate disposition. For five or six years past she has been suffering from Dyspepsia. She Vomit became so bad at last that she could not sit Every Meal, down to a meal but she had to vomit it as soon as she had eaten it. Two bottles of your August Flower have cured her, after many doctors failed. 6hecan now eat anything, and enjoy it; and as for Dyspepsia, she d...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

file-iiEi-]. pWr I if iV ' ti|| j _^^-SaSSSSS^S_^J^.JJ m I jt'- -Kv,«: «syiK»'.-" •jl I 1 pJIvHENS^^ra 1 1 llf^^^il I WKr*vswf*i§B Hi gtom_mmEoß&**- THE GREAT HERBAL REMEDY FOR CLEANSING, PURIFYING, AND INVIGORATING THE BfiOOD. Received the First Order of Morit and SiIVGH Medal; also Bronze Medal. A Box of Pills and Two Powders accompany each bottle, which must be taken v. ih the liquid. HITCHENS' PILE OINTMENT. A certnin remedr for Piles, Scalds ; anfl Cracked Nipples in Women. HITCHENS' SKIN & RHEUMATIC OINTMENTS, -For Skin Diseußcs, Ulcers, I.ad Legs, etc. One trial will prove their valuo. THE TES T. Karansrahape Road, Auckland, August 25th, 1892.-Messra L. W. MeGlashnn and Co.: Gentlamen,—lnjustice to you I think it only right that you should know what a wonderful cure bas b.en effected in me by tho use of Kitchens Blood Restorer. In January, 1500, whan in Melbourne, I caught a severe"cold, and had to lay up for five months. Seve...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

Medical. ••K_S_S.T_I.CFS POTTO-SKA "EEAVXNG'S POWDICIS.™ "KSATING'S POWDKS.." •'NEArSKG'S ?DTOEK.° "KEA'Z'SNG'S.POWDEB.". . .. . . «'.i_3 - >3HOTHS B_E2m_ES. . MosaurroEs S_ASa_I«T_SS TO ANXfi. ALS, HAKSELEBS TO AMSKIALS. E£AKJ5__SS TO ANTMAJjH, H_^HS_E_. li TO A_St]__A___S, but is unrivalled in destroying FLEASBUGS. COCKROACHES. BEETLES, MOTHS in PURS, and every other soeci «s of insect. Sportsmen will find thi_ ii-valnable lor destroying fleas in ths uojjs, as also ladies for their pot dogy. The PUBLIC aro CAUTIONED thai packages of the gonnlne powder bear tb. aiitojrraph of THOMAS KEATING. Sold in tins only. T "" "KKATING'S WORM TAELSTS." " HEATING'S WOBM TABLETS.' "HEATING'S WOR___ TABLETS." "HEATINGS WORM TABLETS." A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, bcth in appoarance and taste, t nrnlshinff a...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

For Sale. J? ° R S A L:;E} SEED MAIZE, ~ PURE BONEDUST, PHOSPHATES, GUANO,.Etc., Etc. WM. GUNSON AND CO.: 13, CUSTOMS-STREET, AUCKLAND; Agents foe SUTTON & SONS' SEEDS • P. MoGILL'S FLOUR & OATMEAL. fjlOR POSITIVE "SALEra^SuperM ..&.' little Dairy Farm of 55 acres, all wellifenced and subdivided into paddocks, gooi House and outbuildings, and fine stream m water through the property, and only half mill from a creamery, and will be 6ol"d cheap.-J Apply to John Soppet, House and Land Agent.' 8. Quoen-streot. " FOR IMMEDIATE SALE (to wind'upi an estato), 469 acres good Land; wefs adapted for a small sheep farm, aa the land __ all ploughable and carries grass well; .oiiis-. railway station, and only 20 miles from town by, food road, and will bo sold cheap.—Apply ta ohn Soppet, House aud Land Agent, 8, Queen-I street. I ■ IT.OR SALE on easy terms, a good Sheep '".' J? Farm ot 1,220 acres, all well fen...

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NEVA'S THREE LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

NEVA'S THREE LOVERS. BY MRS HARRIET LEW®. inthor.of « Her Donblo. Life," ■ Lady Kildaro,'' Edda's Birthright, * Beryl a '" Husband,' 'The Two Husbands, 'Edith Trevor's'Secret,' etc., etc.. CHAPTER X-XL'."■•. • >'•'"'- '"A stEN'l- I_{.__5 Dl^ ' * She had slept,'and-in her sleep'hkd dreamed that lier'.father 'still' lived, apd...hat she saw him standing at the door of a hut'among tho far-off Indian hills,, and' thab she hoard his voice calling!: 'Octavia! Neva!' And' thus dreaming she had. awakened with a cry of terror, to ask of herself if it Was only a dream. It was not strange that she had thus dreamed, since__ll the day and all the evening her mind had been fixed upon her father. Ibw'ould have been strange if she had not dreamed of him. Her dream had had tho clearness of a vision ; but Nova was not romantic and although- she slept no jnore that night, but walked her floor with noiseless steps and wildly qu...

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" That boy of yours is about again,' I see." " Oh, yes; we fixed him up with St. Jacobs Oil.-Took away the pain and reduced the swelling in no lime." ■ • •• [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

" That boy of yours is about again,' I see." " Oh, yes; we fixed him up with St. Jacobs Oil.- Took away the pain and reduced the swelling in no lime." ■ • ••

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SIR GEORGE GREY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 February 1893

SIR GEORGE GREY. WHAT A SYDNEY JOURNAL SAYS ABOUT HIM, In a review of " The Life and Times of Sir George Grey, X.C.8.," by William Lee Rees and Lily Rees, the Sydney "Evening News" says: —"This is the biography of a great man, a born ruler of men, and yet a wise; outspoken, and discreet statesman. The volumo comprises, or is divided into, eight books, which treat respectively of the adventures and proceedings of Sir George as an Australian explorer, as Governor of South Australiu, as Governor of the Cape Colony twice, and aa [Governor of Now Zealand twice. When in .power all his proceedings wore honourable and just, and dictated by a desire to promote the welfare of the people over whom he was called to rule. In tho work before us his biographers say that in his estimation power and authority were only means to an end. _ He covebed complete control because with every widening of his influence he could accomplish more. ...

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