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OTONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
OTONGA. At the annual meeting held in the school house the following Committoo were elected :—Mecsrs Ttioinas Finlayson, John McKenzie, Win. Crofcs, A. G. McKenzie, C. McLean, D. M. Matheaon and J. W, Kerr. Mr J. W. Kerr was elected Chairman.
TE PAHI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
TE PAHI. At the annual meeting of householders the result of the poll was that Messrs W, H. Jackinan, Henry Gray, Henry Mc- Murdo, Henry Smith, F. Somner, R. Paige and T. Avery were elected to serve aa the Committee. The Committee chose W. H. Jackman as Chairman.
WAIPU CAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
WAIPU CAVE. Ab the meeting of householders ab this place the following were elected as the Committee for the ensuing year : —Messrs A. Mackay, J. A. Morrison, Duncan Mc- Kay, J. McAuloy, W. S. Harb, Daniel Mc- Kay, and R. D. Campbell. Mr A. Mackay was appointed Chairman, and Mr Daniel McKay Clerk and Treasurer.
HUANUI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
HUANUI. At the annual meeting of householder 8 the following members of CoaimttEe'e were elected :—Matthew H. Hutchinson, David S. Cambie, Nathaniel Clotworthy, Alexander McKinnon and Janice} |rfo»rns Spence (Chairman)&lt;
HIKURANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
HIKURANGI. Ab the annual meeting of householder 8 in this school district bhe following gentle&quot; men were elected as a Committee for the en&quot; suing year :—William John Hodboo, Alfred Career, James Hainsworth, William Christie, Wilbort Cleary, Alexander Me- Leod and William Carter (Chairman).
MAUNU. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
MAUNU. At the meeting of the householders of the Maunu school district, the following Committee was elected for the ensuing year :— William Beaumont, Charles Havvkin, Joseph S. Seccombe, Norman P. Jack and Matthew W. Armstrong. Mr Armstrong was elected Chairman.
GOVERNMENT INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
GOVERNMENT INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 'BY TELEGRAPH. —PRESS ASSOCIATION.) ; Wellington, this day. The triennial; valuation of the Government Insurance Department has been made this time locally ujpon the principles submitted to and approved by tho English actuaries. It has only tak&amp;n four months to complete. The insurance Jfund, ab tho end of 1893, after adding £1)3.000 to fche fluctuation fund, amounted tip £2,128,590, and the neb liability to £1,938,£90, leaving a surplus of £190,000. Of this |£140.000 will be divided in bonuses, and ££0.000 placed to reserve. The expense rate bias fallen during the last three years, and fche new business was greater during 18Gl3 than for some years, tho amount being )&amp; little over £740,000. The neb increase of Inew business over discontinuances shows h marked advance upon 1892, the ratio of expenses of management shows a decrease oflone and a-half per cent.
MR JOHN FULLER'S BENEFIT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
MR JOHN FULLER'S BENEFIT CONCERT. Mr John Fuller, the popular tenor, had agreab &quot;aend-ott&quot; ab the City Hall last night on the eve of hie departure for Christchurch,&quot; where he is to take over the management of the winter popular concerts. This was by no means the first crowded audience that the singer of' &quot; Geraldine &quot; had gathered together within the four walls of our largest hall, but never before was there assembled an audience so large and so thoroughly enthusiastic in their determination to demonstrate, in the , words of Mr Fuller's favourite ballad, &quot; (Ye Don't Know How We Love Them Till We Lose Them.&quot; Every Beat was occupied, and a great many late comers had to be content with standing room. Mr Fuller made a neat little speech during the evening, thanking his numerous friends for their kindness in attending in such numbers, and setting out very concisely the reason of his approaching dep...
AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. COUNCIL MEETING THE NEW PROFESSORS. A meeting of the Auckland University College Council was held yesterday afternoon, there being present:—Dr. Mackellar (acting-chairman), Miss Edgor, Messrs Gerald Peacocke, Jackson Palmer, J. Dilworth, J. J. Holland (Mayor of Auckland), R. Udy. Ib being intimated that Messrs Egerton and Segar, the two new professors of the College, who had arrived from England on the previous day, and also Professor Tubbs, were desirous of meeting the Council, a message was sent to thoso gentlemen asking thorn to wait on tha Council before the ordinary business was commenced. The professors were then introduced by Professor Brown. The Chairman welcomed Messrs Tubb?, Egerton, and Segar on behalf of the Council, and said he hoped tbab they would find Auckland a much more pleasant place than it had been in the past. The professors replied that it gave them great pleasure to meeb the Council. After consulting with Professors Segar and Egor...
THE SUICIDE MANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 1 May 1894
THE SUICIDE MANIA. (BY TELEGRAPH. —PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Christchdrcii, Monday. Yesterday morning, about 6 o'clock, Miss Hilda Lewis, daughter of Mr George L. Lewis, of Lyttelton, was found dead, with her throat cut. Deceased had been ailing for the past year, and lately her mind become affected through physical exhaustion. At the inquest held ab Lyttelton this afternoon a verdict of &quot; suicide while of unsound mind &quot; was returned.