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HUE LICENSING QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

HUE LICENSING QUESTION. . , «, • (BY TELEGRAPH.—PKESS ASSOCIATION.) New Plymouth, this day. A public meeting was held here on Tuesday bo discuss the new Licensing Bill, whe n resolutions were passed to the effect that publichouees be closed on election day; thab a license be not transferred from one site to another; that the cumulative vote be retained ; tbab the proper supervision of hoteh be provided for ; that children under 16 be nob supplied with liquor ; that if prohibition be carried liquor shall not be sold in New Zealand waters ; that no license be granted unless three-fifths of the residents in a locality sign a petition in favour of ib ; thab whero reduction is carried the minimum shall nob be less than 25 per cenb. instead of 5 per cent., as proposed in the Bill.

Publication Title: Auckland Star
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

OiP. WHAT ONE OUGHT TO KNOW. . Pbars Soap Is fragrant, refreshing, and soothing. PEABSj__g|O A P. , A GOOD CHARACTER. Pbahs' Soap ia pure, delightful, fragrant, and refreshing:. A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. Apply Sulpholine Lobion. It drives ewny pimples, blotches, roughness, rednese, and all disfigurement*. Sulpholine devolops 0 lovely skin. Iβ bottles. Made in London. ~JAdvU ■>

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

.. ■__ £ Piihlm Jtotlces. , - show a tendency toward Consumption. A Cough is often the beginning. Don't wait until your condition is more serious. Take , the Cream of Cod-liver Oil, at once. It overcomes all the conditions that invite the Consumption Germs. Phusieians, the world over, endorse it. Scott * Bown.;. (Limited), London. All ohamiets. Resulting from Impoverished Blood, Cured by the Use of Read the following remarkable testimony of Mrs. M. A. Helleur, of Sussex St., North Adelaide, So. Australia, whose portrait is given above: "Some years ago, I suffered very severely from soreness and general weakness of the system, being so badly affected that I feared even to go irom one room to another, on account of the strange objects that appeared to flit before me. My doctor, after treating me for some time, without any benefit, at last recommended me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I took his advice, and am pleased to say that the effect was really wonderful. Vigour was re...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

WANTED T7NOWN, JL:a_ A few Shades left o£ the wonderful SILK VELVETS at Is lid; .worth 5s 6d to 7s 6d yard, McMASTER and SHALDERS. lITANTED KNOWN-Large Sizes in TV LADIES' KID GLOVES, to be baa at Half price, at , McMA-STER and SHALDERS' > I . I QTOCKTAKING BARGAINS—Now is i >3 the time for theso for a WEEK or TWO ONLY, at McMASTER and SHALDERS'. ' ADDMENTS of all kinds being ' V/ slaughtered at the Clearing before Stocktaking. McMASTER and SHALDERS. 3 mHE SMALL BALANCE of WINTER : JL MILLINERY still romaining to bo Cleared for a song, at '. McMASTER and SHALDERS'. i CTTTI dren's ii dm e7 VERMONT St., PONSONBY. Donations in nid of the abore Institution, in • Goorts or Clothing, will be thankfully ■ rociiivcti at The Home, and Cash Donations . will bo gladly received by any of tho officers of t the UN7ON Frke CiTUKCn, or by tho Treasurer, 0. B. STONE, Queen-street. Thp Home is open to visitors any day of the . week. : QILVERSTREAM SCHNAPPS (gold O labal). As cle...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

jpHOTOORAPHIC,, AM IT EU RS. With the Intcstion of procuring new ft&fl good Photographic Pioturee for reproduction in the " New Zealand (Jraphic," the Proprietor has < decided to initiate a aeries of PRIZE COMPETITIONS AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHEtIS. I The First Competition la now open, and will close ou September 3Gth, 1895. ITie prtses Will be as follows {^ Fibst Prize £5 0 0 Second 2 0 0 THinb Putins ... ' ... 10 0 FOOBTH J?BI8E .. .... 0 Iβ 0 STie subjeot t&t No.-1 Coinpetitiott WU tie A KEW ZEALAND LAtfD OR SEA SCAPE. eoNitt'iiorts. The right to repreduco any photo eont in is ; retained of the yropriotor, Who is at liberty to publish reproductions in tho "Graphic" or in any other publication issued from tho "Graphic" : and Star Offices. ' Two copies of eaoh photo should be Bey * unmounted. . Each photo must be carefully marked da the i back yrithanomde plwne or motto. A seal...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

'_ fo»fs ahd Shoes* After ilgntein months'trial lft the AooklMK*! I Province, wo thank the public far the large demand that has existed for these spUndlos BooM. It hue proved to us that the Aoekle&aj people ar* as willing aS any part Of NeW &»-land to par a fair price f» r ,» really good article* [ and aro quite capable 6f appreciates the ft*r* line aierlte ef "ZBALAtfDiA" BOOTd. Weiievetteinaiiißatlefled, Wβ push eM*e* We hftv* the largest and raosfe complete plant Iβ Nβ* Zealand. "ZEaLANDIA" BOOTS »W better than e¥Sr. Wβ haw Introdwwd »»w, lined speoiallT adapted for ta« A»skl«B* C*Jd« fields and the Kauri Forests. We are making the finest WBLTBD an* jPUMP GOODS la LADIES" and GENTS' tftglii > nliss Work—eqtiai in every mpeet te haadi * hawa. wbtk—and they are the fittest irooda s;urned out in Australasia, 'fhie elaas la all ! branded " NtJFACTUa" and ftpoe...

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Telegraphic Weather Report FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

Telegraphic Weather Report FOR TO-DAY. ALL OBSERVATIONS are taken at 9 A.M. Note.-To correct barometer for elevation at Manukau (alt. 900 feet/, add 9; Cambridge (alt 208 feet), "2. Wind Force Indicated bt Letters. C, Calm; L.. Light; Br.. Breeze; F. 8.. Fre9h breeze; M.G., Moderate gale; Ok., Whole or heavy gale; YV.,Galo of exceptional severity. W eathkk Estimated as 8., Blue sky. be the atmosphere clear or heavy; C..Clouds, passing clouds; I)., Driswling rain; F., Foggy; G., Gloomy, darn weather; H.. Hail; L.. Lightning; M.. Misty: 0.. Overcast. the whole sky covered with thick clouds; P.. Paanins: showers; Qi. Squally ; R.. Rain, con tinned rain; T., Thunder; S.. Snow; U.. Ugly threatening appearance. Statioa. Wind. Bar. Ther. in Sh'de W>atT Kuseell .. ..I HokiangaHeadsj Manukau Heads' Auck )amd I Cambridge ,'. Gieborne ..! Napier .. !.." Castlepoiat tape Egraent.. £ew Plymouth Wellington „ Kafkonra «9stport ~ Lyttelton Unnedin Bluff « 0 IwSW...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

SHIPPING. evcnitr. 5.25 KrNUisK.- To-morrow rnoruim;. 6.2 JJooN'ti Ahk.—New moon, August 21st, at 0.26

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HIGH WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

HIGH WATER. AUCkt.atto -■ This evening. 0.39; to-morrow morning, 1.0 Uam/kai' Heads—To-morrow morning. 3.40: to-morrow nfiernoon. 4.19 Kaifaka JiEADS—To-morrow morning. 4.40: to-uaorrow uiternooti, 5.19

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ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

ARRIVALS. Argyle, s.s., Gurbz, from the Great Barrier. Alameda, R.M.e., Morse, from San Francisco, via Honolulu, and Apia. Passengers : JVlieses Tucker, Pierce, Mesdamea !d. Milner, Ritchie, Young and 2 children, F. Hamilton, S. E. Scillman.J. H. Pierce, Meaera W. C. Wrenshaw, H. Wrenshaw, W. R. Henderson, J. H. Pierce, R. A. Norrie, S. Harney, F. Engelhardb, F. Allen, Leroy Beaulieu, and 11 steerage.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

DEPARTURES. Robokino, b.s., Spinks, for Sydney. ■Ringarooma, H.M. twin screw ebeel cruiser of 2,575 tone, 7,500 horse power and 8 guns, Captain Samuel A. Johnson, for Napier and Wellington. Alameda, R.M.g., Morse, for Sydney. Passengers :—Miss Collins, Mr and Mrs Marquardt, Mrs La wry, Messrs F. H. Oliver, W. H. Coans, aud original from San Francisco. Flora, 8.8., Waller, for Gieborne, Napier, 'Wellington, Lyttelton and Dunediu. Passengers: Misses Stead, Gallagher, Schaw, McCullough, McLachlan, Mesdames Walker, Green, Galaway, Hamilton, Milner, Messrs Wickham, Collins, Captain Morrisby, H. Law, W. Robaon, Millar, M nnro, D. W. McLean, Pellzechii, Schneider, Cleraentson, H. Moore, R. H. Jackson, Fraser, M. Howell, F. R. Mogar, H. Butterworth, Wood, Foley, Evans, Brown, Dixon, La Roche, W. Rainger, King, Auckland football reps. (20), and 27 steerage/

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UNION S.S. COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

UNION S.S. COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. THtmsDAT,-T-Taupo arrives Itom .J?ii » Moa leaves'for Eaet Coast. Saturday—Poherua arrives from Timaru; Upolu arrives from Wellington and leaves for Fiji

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NORTHERN S.S. CO.'S MOVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

NORTHERN S.S. CO.'S MOVEMENTS Thctrsbay.—Douglas leaves for Whangarei Town Wharf ab 5 p.m.; Argyle for Kuaotunu, Mercury Bay and Tairua, ab 7 p.m. ; Wellington arrives from Whangarei; Glenelg from.Raglan and Kawhia. Friday.—Classman arrives from Russell at 6 a.m, ; Wellington leaves for Marsden Point, Parua Bay, Mangapai, and Whangarei, at 8 p.m. ; Cheliasford loaves for Tauranga, Whangamata, and Whakatane, at 3 p.m.; Glcnelg leaves for Hokianga* ab 1 p.m. Thames Service. — Rotomahana or Ohinemuri' leaves for Thames daily, and Paeroa or Ohinemuri leaves for Paeroa three times weekly ; Corotnandel leaves for Coromandel three times a week.

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IMPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

IMPORTS Per Alameda, from San Francisco, Honolulu, and Apia ; 143 cases dried fruit, 115 cases canned fruit, 145 canes salmon, 30 sacks seed, 20 cases rolled oats, 10 cases cod fish, 16 cases metal polish, 3 bales hops, 20 flasks quicksilver, 30 kegs litharge, CO crates onions, 12 bales broomcorn, 10 cases Californian wine, 6 packages waggons, 5 bales overalls, 7 casea limes, 1 crate burkeyi, 34 packages sundries.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

EXPORTS. Per Alameda, for Sydney: 47 sacks oysters. Per Rotokino, for Sydney: 116 sacks oysters, $41 pieces and 37 bundles timber, 1,120 bundles box timber, 37 cases kauri gum, b bales empty bags, 6 empty casks, 30 empty drums, 16 sacks fungus, 2 cases plants, and sundries. Per Flora, for Southern ports '-—10 cases lemons, 52 sacks oysters, 1,000 sleepers, 114 eucke maize, 12 sacks ekins, 19 bundles mouldings, 399 cases gum, 15 nests pipes, 40 cases paint, 50 bags lime, 60 bags cement, 68 cases fruit, 144 cases bananas, 11 bales paper, 10 bars and 19 cases iron, 23 bales wool, 80 caeos and 60 crates oranges, 14 sacks potatoes, 15 cases fish, 74 bales sacks, 255 cases, 6,678 bags and 2 hogsheads sugar, 10 bales leather, 6 cases boots, 3,299 pieces and SlO bundles timber, 9 packages drugs, transhipments , e.s. Alameda from San Francisco andeundries. Last evening the e.s. Rotokino sailed for Sydney. At 1.20 this afternoon the 8.8. Flora left for Southern ports. On August 2, H.M.p. Rapi...

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THE AMERICAN MAIL-STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

THE AMERICAN MAIL-STEAMER. About 7 last evening the R.M.B. Alameda arrived from' San Francisco via the usual ports'of call, having on board a number of passengers, for this port and Sydney, and cargo for New Zealand and Australia. Of the passage, Mr J. B. Sutton, the purser, reports that the elseamer Bailed, from San Francisco ehorbly after 4 on the afternoon of July 25th, and arrived ab Honolulu early on the morning of August let. The steamer landed mails, passengers and cargo, and the same afternoon sailed again, anchoring off Apia on the Bth. The same evening the voyage was resumed, the Auckland pilob was picked up ab 6 last evening, and port made as above, the time of bhe passage being 19 days 5 hours and 51 minutes, including 22 hours stoppages. Till latitude 20 south fine weather was experienced, thence strong S.E. winds and head seas till close on the coasb, which considerably retarded the progress of the steamer. Shortly after 6 this morning bhe Alameda, in continuation of h...

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TWO VESSELS WRECKED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

TWO VESSELS WRECKED. Two Auckland-built vessels, the cutter Waratah and the schooner Tafua, were wrecked ab Tutuila on the 14bh of last month. Ib seems that both veaeels arrived ab Leone on Saturday the 13th July. On the following night it (the harbour of Leone) became rough, and the .chain ot the Tafua parted and she drifted against the Waratah. This latter also parted her cbaius and began to diift ashore. Pritchard, a trader of Tutuila, had the Waratah towed about half a mile off bhe reef, and she had her Bails all eeb. Thinking she was safe he left her, but gome time after ib was seen that she was drifting on the reef. The Tafua was also in a dangerous position, but after considerable eflorb and expense was towed off. The Waratah might have been saved had it nob been for the disgraceful conduct of the natives, who would not give the needed Resistance to get the vessel off, The Tafua was libtle injured, but the Waratah was badly damaged, aud has been sold fur £50.

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PASSENGERS FOR NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

PASSENGERS FOR NEW ZEALAND. The following had booked |tae«at{o« at London for ihia colony U|» till July 11th : — Per Orient uteamer Lisiuria, leaving Lon don on July 12th : — For New Zeiiiund ■ Mr W. .J. R. Chapman, Mr R. Dubbio, Mi: Jamef Hodgson and eon, Mr A. Moore. Per Orient titeamer Ormuz, leaving London on July 26bh .—For Now Zealand: Miss N. Aiken, Mr John Danny, Dr. F. Hewefcb, Miss Hevvefcb, Mr .fames Ronnie, Mrs Ronnie, Mr George Sharp, Mr G. E. Ward. Per P. and 0. Arcadia leaving London on 'Augusta 16:—For New Zealand: Miss Bucklanrl, Mrs Whitaon, Mr A. Whiteon, Mr R. B. VVhitson. Per P. and 0. Ballarat leaving London on Augusti 29 :—Mr and Mrs And re we. Per P. and 0. Himalaya, leaving London on October 11 :—For New Zealand -. Mre, Gillies, 2 daughters, eon, and maul, Rev. C. H. Gossett, Mrs Gossett. Per P. and O. Oceana, leaving London on October 25 : -For New Zoalund : ftlra Frank E. Barclay, Mies Barclay, Mr T. Logan, Mra Logan and 2 children, Mrs Phanzyn, Miss Phara...

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AMERICAN SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

AMERICAN SHIPPING. Messrs H. W. Peabody and Co. in their monthly circular dated July 20 report that freights are not) active in any department, still a moderate businees haa been done at somewhat improved rates in various directions. The large tonnage is getting thinned out and email crafb suitable for long voyage business are never in excess of the demand and command full prices. Freighb rates on cargo to Auetralaeian ports are as follows: Melbourne 13c, Sydney 13c, Adelaide 16c, Brisbane, 15c, Dunedin, Lyttleton and Wellington, 18c, Auckland 17c. per cubic foot. Charters during the month for New Zealand have been, Doris Broderson for Dunedin and Lybtelton ; Star of the East, for Dunedin and Lyt/telton, Nellie Brett, out and back, probabVy Wellington and Auckland. The Albert me, barque, sailed for Wellington and Auckland on June 27.

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PORT OF ONEHUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895

PORT OF ONEHUNGA. DEPARTURES, Mshinapua, s.s., Newton, for New Plymouth and Wellington. Passengers :— Rev. J, and Mrs Parker, Captain Wray, Megßrs Fitzsimmons, D. Chapman, T. B> own, Hodson, and 5 steerage. Hinemoa, e.s., Fairehild, for the South. Gairlocb, e.s., Robertson, for New Ply■ mouth. About 10 last night the s.s. Mahinapua, with the Southern portion of the San Francisco mail, leib for New Plymouth and Wellington. Early this morning the s.s. Hinemoa, having completed her work in the Manukau Harbour, lefb for the South.

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