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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 April 1894

Changes are again taking place in the Police Force. Constable Peter Rowe, of Lyttelton, comes to Auckland, and Gunner Oliphant, from Fort Cautley, is to be transferred to the local police in a day or two. Constable Nixon goes to Wanganui. A vacancy exists at Dargaville owing to the retirement of Constable McCoy. Messrs Wriggl63worth and Binns, the enterprising artist photographers, Queen- Bfcreob, notify that their 2s 6d deposib scheme has been extended for six days longer. It is cerbain thab the above photographers avo making such alterations and improvements as to ensure perfect art work. No doubb tho deposit system will work most agreeably. The Waikomiti Brass Band hold a concert and dance in tho New Lynn school on Friday evening. Mr W. C. Thompson presided at the concert. Among the items, we're songs by Mrs Hepburn ("Killaniey" and " Once More ") and Mr Kelly (♦' Happy Moments " and " Maid of the Mill&...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 April 1894

MOHRVINO AND MEMORIAL CARDS °S deigns) printed atth. Stab Office. (Advt.V American Organ j magnifi- For Sale, leaving the colony. price, W' (Advt.)

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 April 1894

The meeting of shareholders in the Red Mercury G.M. Company, which was called for this afternoon, lapsed for want of a quorum. As we anticipated, large crowds rolled up on Saturday, eager to secure bargains,— Moora'a Sale, Pitt-street.—(Advb.)

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 April 1894

Auctions. 10-MORP.O W t At 11 o'Clock. AGRICULTURAL HALL, CJTY MARKET. OOULTRY, PRODUCE, FRUIT, X Poultry. Produce, and Vegetables, at 11 o'clock. FRUIT, at 1 o'clock. 150 cases Hobart Apple* and Pears, ex Tasmania. ALEXANDER AITKEN, & Auctioneer. ESAM and ARTHUR. B. J. ESAM] [C. ARTHUR TO-MORROW, At 10 o'Clock sharp. Ex Wairarapa and Tasmania, 1 /»«> CASES APPLES, PEARS, Ice. 100 18 Sacks Prime ONIONS. ESAM AND ARTHUR, Auctioneers. B . J. ESAM] IC. ARTHUR TO-MORROW, At 11 o'clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc., HOBSON-STREET, NEAR COOKSTREET. ESAM & ARTHUR Have received instructions from Mr Dent, who is giving up one of hia shops, to sell by auction, on the premises, Tuesday next, at 11 o'clock, HALF-TESTER AND FRENCH Double and Single Iron Bedsteads, Cedar and other Chests Drawers, Pairs of Toilets. Meat Safes. Singer's Sewing Machine. Woven Wire Mattress, Chcffonier, Ratan Chairs and Tables, Iron Cot, Washstand3 and Ware. Mirrors. Leather and Creton...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 April 1894

AnctlQMS. - TO-MORROW, Noon.' POULTRY, FRUIT, PRODUCE, GROCERIES, Etc. AT ARTHUR'S MART, To-morrow, at Twelve o'Olpck «oon, POULTRY, Fruib of all kinds in season, Dairy Farm, and Garden Product*. Grain, Groceries, Tea, Biscuits, Maccaroni, and other lots. Weighing Machine, Egg Boxes, Empty Sacks, etc. . WEDNESDAY. JERMYN-STREET. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS TELESCOPE DINING TABLE DRT!-AIR REFRIGERATOR CROCKERY. RICHARD ARTHUR, Commission Salesman and Auctioneer, Has baen favoured with instructions from Mr S. A. Bachelder, to sell by. auction, at hi» Residence, Jermyn - street, on Wednesday ■ »ext, at 11 o'clock a.m., _ .„_ HIS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, consisting of Brawing, Dinins. Breakfast and Bedroom Requisites, Kitchen and Cooking Utensils. Superior Beatwood t-asw Seated Couch, Chairs. Kasy Chairs and Roclcars. Occasional Tables and Chairs, Cornice Poles. Curtains. Bookcases. Brackets. Fancy Tea Table, Wicker, Easy and other Chairs. Matting, Rug«, Mats, Pictures. Firs...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 April 1894

Amusements. ARBOUR BOARD RESERVE, Adjoining RaUway Station. GREAT SUCCESS! GREAT SUCCESS! More Popular Eyery Evening. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! BERNARD" S CIRCUS. Trained Horses, Performing Dogs. Wonderful Monkeys. Japanese Funny Clowns, Tumblers, Jugglers. First Appearance of Jack Cullen in New Local Songs and Local Hits. A Free Shaw outside of Tent from 7.30 until 8 p.m. Million Prices: Front Seats, Is; Pit, 6d. Something New, Novel, and Interesting. -JY/lARVELLOUS FREDO FAMILY. ONBHUNGA PUBLIC HALL. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), MAY 1. This Troupe of Aertbats, Jugglers. Contortionists. Girards. Postnrer*. and Gymnasts will appear as »b»ve in one of their Marvellous Entertainments. The first Troupe of Lady Acrobats ever organised, AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL STUDENTS (Mr and Miss Tarkai, with Mandoline, Zither, Guitar, Bandurria, and Lute. Mr J. WALSH, Premier Entertainer. Big Show, with small prices— '■ ONE SHILLING and SIXPENCE. '. F. FREDO. Volunteer Notices. rVISTRICT ORDER. £i,&...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 April 1894

Amusements. OS QPERA TTTOUSE. OS ■ Commencing *"""'* TONIGHT! TO-NIGHT t | , FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLYI -~.,;., First appearance here of THE WORLD'S TRIO COMPANY AMERICAN NOVELTY COMPANY. a^<r 201 STAR ARTISTS |20 - ' FAREWELL TO NEW ZEALAND OF CHAS. FANNING. MISS GEORGIE DE. King; of Comedians. VOE. the Vital Spark, f JAMES MOONEY MISS P. ROBERT(native of Auckland) SON. the Charming and Soubrette Actre»». • HARRY CRAW- MISS DELROY and FORD, Champion LYNNE.Serio-comit I High Kickers. Artistes. CHARLES NAYLOR, MISS IDA HOLBEIN, his first appearance the Fascinating Conin Auckland. tralto. i Hc AcVI SYT^ ORE' JSifaffißf 0* W. TOOHEY. ELSIE GLEN, PROF. B. RASHE And others. IS -ig. Look out for A CRAWFORD AND MOONEY'S 1 GREAT BURLESQUE TRAPEZE ACT. The Programme will conclude with the Funny, Fnnny Pantomime, CONFUSION 1 The most laughable Pantomime ever produced; Popular Prices-2s, Is. 6d. Box plan at Wild* man's; day sales at Williamson's. 6D ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

The Auckland Star. VOL. XXV.—No. 103. AUCKLAND, N.Z.V TUESDAYi MAY 1, 1894. PRICE-ONE PENNY

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

TABLE TALK. MAY-DAr. Rainy, miserable weather. Terrible scenes in Greece. ••Graphic" published to-morrow. The Queen is back again in Windsor. | Farewell Mr Fuller, of popular concert fame. »-,. Greab labour demonstration day In ' Europe. .... j. Sir W. V. Harcourt's early resignation is rumoured. The Coxeyites are said to be losing ground in the States. 1 Mr Gee's Wednesday popular concert to* , morrow evening. The German press is divided on the Samoan question. i A section of the Ofcago Central Railway . was opened to-day. Co-operative works are ab once to b& 1 started in the North. Henri, the Anarchist, presents the same 1 defiant demeanour. , * Thirteen cases of typhoid are nndev treatment at the Hospital. A conjunction of Venus and the moon took place ab noon to-day. A seal measuring 20 feet baa been found on tho shore at VYaiheke Island.' The. Brazilian President is stamping oub the rebellion in the coast cities. 4; All the schools in Chicago have been ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

Shippfaigl l^-wte- 'P 0 ENGLAND lIS I^SBIi thirty-one days. P^JIROYAL MATT EXPRESS '■ SERVICE. THE PASSENGER ROUTE TO ENGLAND Is undoubtedly the m ._ AUSTRALIAN & AMERICAN ROUTE (A. and A. Route). Avoiding alike the heat of the Red Sea and the cold of Cape Horn, and giving passengers the opportunity of travelling in luxury and comfort through the most interesting country in the world. The Steamers of t!ii« Lina are appointed lo leave Sydney and A nek land for Honoluluand jßan Francisco, every four weeks, as under:— k«» «,— T m « Leave Leave Arrive Bteamer. Tons. g ydney Auck. 'Frisco. Mariposa 3000 May 14 May 19 June $ Monowat 3508 June 11 Juno 16 July 6 Alameda 3500 July 9 , July 14 Aug. 3 Tickets are available for 12 months, and Faloon Passengers can break their journey at Auckland, Honolulu, San Francisco, and any place of call en route to New York, and have Blsn the privilege of travelling across either Canada or the United States. SPECIALLY REDUCED RATES. Through Fa...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

ShJpplnz* __ B __^^ i T^TORTHERN STEAM- B^|P_L BHIP COMPANY _££§__§_ (Liunm>h I* PROPOSE) SAILDtfOS. f Weather and. otHer_ «ira>H»* *» Btanoen oennittiHig. TtMK-TABi7K.—MAY. FROM QUEEN-STREET WHARF. FOR RUSSELL, WHANGARGA, AND MANGONUI. Steamer. I Date of Sailing. Clansman 1 Monday. 7, 7 p.m. foutaTOuanua. Wa»otahi . J Tuesday, 1, 7 p.m. Clansman 1 Friday. 4,7 p.m. FOB MAKETU AND MATATA. Every Friday, at 7 p.m. Clansman (Connecting with s.s, Katikati at TauraugaK ypR MICROURY BAY. "~ «««^r» j Every Monday and Every ARBYLE I Thursday, at 7 p.m. FOR KUAOTUNUT .__-,_„ I Every Monday and Every ARSYLB | Thursday, at 7 p.m. (Cargo on Mondays only) Returning Kve>ry Tuesday and Saturday (weather permitting). /All freights inusl be prepaid). Every reasonable care taken in landing passengers and cara;o in surf boats, but no responsibility. ~~FORTAIRUA.' Aroyt.b I Every Thnrsday. 7 p.m. FOR GREAT BARRIERTtRYPH'ENA, PORT __ JTITZROY, & B...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

aatppiag. jjKJL. /CANADIAN - ADSTRA iiIAN STEAMSHIP LINE, Jfn connection with CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. AUSTRALIA TO EUROPE, THROUGH CANADA & THE UNITEI , T 7_ STATES, Under contact with the Governments o Canada and New South Wales. ROYAL MAIL EXPRESS SERVI6E VIA FIJI, HONOLULU & VANCOUVER. Steamers. |*» yes _. Arrive Sydney. Vancouver. RMS. Abawa .. May 18 June 12 RMS. Warrimoo June 18 July 12 Thenceforward Monthly. THROUGH TICKETS at Lowest Rates t< San Francisco and all points in Canada anc United States, also to European Continent, bj all trans-Atlantic lines of steamers. ROUND THE WORLD TICKETS, either vit Vancouver, £126, or via China and Japan, £155, Return via Suez Canal. FARE—To or from Vancouver. Victoria (8.C.). Puget Sound Ports, Portland, or Sar Francisco: Saloon, single, £40; return, £60, Fore-cabin Tickets issued at Special Reduced Ratos.. England, via Canada* at favourable rates. PACIFIC ROUND rJPRIP, inducing Honolulu Vancouver, Ja...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

T» Let. TO LET, comfortable Cottage, 4 rooms, etc, just off Victorift-street.-Belfasfc Dairy Victoria-street. • , O LET, OflSceß lately in the occupation of Mr R. Blair.—Apply G. W. Binney and Sons, Fort-Btreet. mo LET, Kyber Pass, comfortable Houbo; A two stories, seven rooms, bathroom, washhouse, copper, gas.—C. La Roche, Kyber Pass. TO LET, Hobson-streefc, a frohb Bedroom, furnished, with use'of kitchen, rent 4s par week.—For address apply Stab, Office. , TO LET, the Shop labely occupied by Mr Barlow, fishidealer; splendid stand; rent low. —Apply Mr G. Rayhes, Butcher, ParnelL ; ...v ■ "r: ■ ■ TO LET, the Flour aod Grain Store in Commerce-street, lately occupied by Messrs Sharp and Co.; also, the vacant Allotment contiguous. -Apply to Henderson and Macfarlane. Fort-street. TO LET, a V^Jla Residence in College Road, eight rooms and bathroom, newly painted and papered, Dover stove».g|iAstove.. bßth, washing- • boiler, ' stable, 'and-.large grounds. — Appljr M. McDermot...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

Lost and Found. LOST, at the City Hall entrance last night, a Fawn Cape.—Reward at Star Office. LOST, on Sunday, Dark Brown Mare, cut tail; reward.—Apply Mrs Angus Gordon, Epsom, LOST, yesberdry, aGold Horse Shoe Pin. —Find.r will be rewarded on returning to C. Halsted, Graham-street. LOST, on Friday night, from Sunnyside, Devonport, 7 Geese.—Reward on return ing to Mra Hooper, Sunnyside. .- LOST, Sunday night), between Dr. Beale's and Bloßjfield's Shop, Ponsonby Road, a Feather Boa.—Would finderplease return to Dr. Beale's. IpOUND yesterday, at North Shore, a sum 1 of Money.—G. S. White, Buchanan-street, Devonport. ' Board and Residence. A PLEASANT HOME is offered to Young Lady at business during the day, handy to tram and bus, and terms very moderat«; lady-like companion more an object than money.—Box 463, P.O. _?<qmWktable apartments. — VAJWaterloo House, near Grand Hotel^^ PRIVATE Board and Residencenfor~One or Two Gentlemen at Glen Ayr, Eden Crescent. Bath and piano....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

. WrmtecL WANTED, a Junior Reporter; musb write shorthand. — Apply by letter. Stenographer. Box 165. General Post Office. WANTED, experienced Junior Clerk, one with knowledge of insurance preferred.—Apply by letter Insurance. P.O. Bos <551. WANTED, a good Canvasser for the Incandescent Light.—Eden George, care of Wrigglesworth and Binns. WANTED, by a pushing, energetic Man. Re - engagement as Working Manager on Station or large Farm, thoroughly aquainted with farming in all its branches, references from present employer and others.— Address Station, Star Office. WANTED, ab once, Second Cook (man) for town hotel: good reference required. Situations wanted for good Generals, Housemaids, two Nursery Governesses.—Mrs G. B. Leahy, 50, Shortland-street. WANTED, for Remuera, a Youth to attend to horse, etc. Must be a good driver, and have a knowledge of gardening. Resident in the district preferred.—Address Vincent, Box 232, P. 0., Auckland. WANTED, a strong active Lad, musb kno...

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DAIRY PRODUCE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

DAIRY PRODUCE NOTES. (From Our Special 'Correspondent;.) London, March 24. The fine open weather which has prevailed during the past fortnight, combined with heavy colonial arrivals and an increased supply from the Continent, has naturally led to a falling away in price during the period. On March Bbh finest colonial wa« a quiet trade at 114s, and weakness sab in with the arrival of the Itimutaka, which veaael'a quantity came in for sale at a reduction of six shillings per cwt. In the following weeks the Valetta and Oruba put on the market 38,274 boxes, and in spite of the lower rango of rates slow trade continued to prevail. During the past week there baa been a further fall, owing to the holidays and the top quotation for colonial is now 106s, a price that has not often been made during the three days preceding Good Friday. The Maori King, which docked on Monday brought her quantity in first-rate condition, but some of the stuff shows signs of having been subjected to high tempera...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETINGS.

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DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

DEVONPORT. The erdiaary meeting of the Devon port Borough Council last evening was attended by Messrs E. W."Alison (Mayor, presiding), B. Duder, W. Avenel, R. Wynyard, 0. Mays, R. Cameron, M. Niccol, fl. Lankham, S. C. Macky, and Hammond. Calliope DocK.-^-The Waterworks' Engineer estimated that the cost of connecting the nearest part of the Calliope Dock with the water supply would be not less than £50.—The question of connecting the Dock with the water supply was referred to the Waterworks Committ* * to bring up a report on,the Engineer to bepresentat theCominittee meeting, and it was decided to send a reply to that effect to the Auckland Harbour Board. Dangerous Pipe Track.—Mr M. Peterson wrote complaining that he had met with an accident and had broken the axle of his cart owing to the dangerous state of the water-pipe track in Cheltenham Road. He claimed 30s as damages for the injury to his cart.—The letter was referred to the waterworks contractors. Licensing Elect...

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PARNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

PARNELL. Cr. J. McCabe (Mayor) and Crs. Withy, Gilmour, Page, Whitley, Pollard, Briggs and Thornes attended the usual fortnightly meeting of the above Council last evening. Heat.th Report.—Dr. Girdler reported a car- : enteric fever in Park Road and Dr. L.i.daay a case ot typhoid fever in Alpha Road. Both cases were removed to the Hospital. Repairing Footpaths.—On the motion of Cr. Whitley it was resolved to do some repairs to the footpath from Selwyn Terrace to Manukau Road. Endowments. — Cr. Withy moved : "That the Treasury Department be writteji to demanding the fulfilment of the condition under which the Punakateri endowment was taken over from the Council." —This was agreed to. Sinking Fund.—A statement of accounts was submitted by the Sinking Fund Commissioners, and it was pointed out that the credit at present was £974 4s, which would, moan an apparent deficiency of £260 2a in Augusb, when the sum should be £1,239. The Commissioners asked that the Co...

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NEWTON. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894

NEWTON. The usual meeting of the Newton Borough Council was held last night. Prolent; Mr Thomas English (the Mayor), and Crs. Shackelford, McMaster, Wilson, Bouskill, Holdon, Davenport. Municipal Association. —The Secretary of tho Municipal Association of New Zealand ab Wellington forwarded copies of a pamphlet giving information relative to the affiliated boroughs of the Association—Received with thanks. , Cox's Creek Bridge. —R. and W. Hellaby wrote drawing attention to the dangerous state of the road at Cox's Creek bridge. They recommended tho road be fenced.—lt was decided that the Town Clerk write to the City Council asking that representatives *of that body meeb the Newton Streets Committee at Cox's Creek to discuss the advisability of fencing in the road. Tarring and Sanding.—A report of the Streets Committee in reference to tarring and sanding Ponsonby Road, Great North Road, Richmond Road, and two or three side streets, was read.—lt was agreed that 5,000 gallons of tar be o...

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