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TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. Russell, August 15.—Arrived, 12.30 p.m.: Clansman, e.s., from the North. She sails for Auckland at 5 p.m. Passengers:—Meedames Phipps, Horsley, Mesere Phippß, Stephenson, Collins, Fairburn, Misses Phipps, Garton, Massey, Shine, Snowden, and three boys, and tea in the steerage. Kaipara, Augusb 15.—Sailed : Sarah and Mary, schooner, for Roekhampton. Kiripaka, August 14. —• Arrived : Awanui, schooner, from Auckland. Sailed : Atalanta, schooner, for Auckland ; Exceleior, ecow, for Auckland, with logs.
The Evening Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Evening News, Morning News, and Echo. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
The Evening Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Evening News, Morning News, and Echo. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1895. For &amp;« oauee tfc&amp;t lacks assistance, For tii&gt; -Wrong that aeeAs issistoneo, for the ftttor* in the dist&amp;nee. And tka eocd that v« osui ie. General Booth has such a worldwide reputation as a social reformer that his movements are of exceptional importance, and the announcement* that he is already on his way to pay a second visit to the colonies; cannot fail to arouse a certain degree of! interest far beyond the limits of the great organisation that recognises htm as its spiritual chieftain. The Salvation Army has been in operation on this side of the linefora period sufficient to enable the public to form a pretty correct estimate of its claims to be an important factor in the regeneration of society. We think there can be little doubt that the verdict is, on the whole, a favourable one. There is a consenus of opinion, to pu...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
The San Francisco mail, which arrived; last night, brought English letters bearing date July 13th. An interesting budget o&lt; Anglo-Colonial news, from our .London cor* respondent, appears on page 2. Our weekly commercial article is pub* l lished on page 3of this issue. . ' Good business was again transacted'oo the Stock Exchange to-day, although the rush was not so great an it; was yesterday. Hazelbanks improved a little in price while 15* was unavailinglyottered for Waio« tahi. Other Thames stock were not , in much request. Waiomo shares received the attention of buyers, Monowars and Broken Hills being both wanted' at recent) rates. No transactions were reported in Waihi - Silverton, sellers being willing to quit at 533. Waihi South eharea had a big run late yesterday afternoon, rising rapidly from Is 9d to 3a 6d. To-day, however, sales took place from 2s to 2s 4d. Karanganake etocka were generally speaking weil held, there not being any appreci* able decline following th...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
Thie day.—Arrived : Gipsy, cnbber, from Auckland. Tha vessels reported Bailing yesterday did not go, bub are expecbed to eaii to-day, also the ketch Lizebte. Gisborne, August 15.—Sailed ab 11 a.m.: Aotea, schooner, for Auckland; Venue, ketch, for bhe Thames. Napier, August 14.—Sailed : Rio, bar. quentine, for Auckland. Waitaba, August 14.—Arrive, 3 p.m. : Kanieri, e.s., from Onehunga. Wellin6ton, Augueb 14. — Sailed : Upolu, s.s., for Auckland ; Takapuna, s.e., for Lyttelbon. Augusb 15.—Arrived, 7 a.m. : Wakabipu, s.s., from Sydney. Lyttklton, August 15. — Arrived, 8 a.m.: Mamari, e.s., from Oamaru. Sydney, Augusb 14. —Sailed: Tarawera, S.S., for Auckland. Sydney, this day,—Arrived : Hauroto. Sailed : Tarawera. TW'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT -*-' the Partnership Agreement hitherto existing between Dr, T. HOPE LEWIS ana Dr. E. W. SUARMAN, has been ANNULLED by mutual consent. EL F e W * ND s ° R RSURGEON DENTIST (By Kxara.l, JJHORTLAND-STREET, Opposite General Post Office, telephone 37...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
Q PEC IA L J INES. MILNE &amp; GHOYCE Are bow showing the following few SPECIAL LINKS, to which they would beg to draw attention:— NEW BLACK FANCY DRESS GOODS in ,„. Crepone, Figures, etc. BENSALINE SILKS, Evening Shadet, 4s lid. UMBRELLAS, new styles. THE NEW JEWEL BUTTON, in varions sizes and colours. THE NEW BUTTERFLY FASTENERthe latest idea. BLACK CASHMERE HOSE, embroidered fronts, Terr faaliiODable-2s 6d, 2s lid, 3e 6d, 2-i lid. LADIES' LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, special lines, srt lo la. FOUR-BUITON TAN and BEAVER KID GLOVKS. Is lid. FOUI'I-BUTTON BLiACK SW KI)K *GL.OVES. 3e lid. Also, a very special lino of 100 DOZKV q-DOME TAN. HPIAVER, and BLACK FRENCH KW&gt; GLuVKS. stitched backa, foi 2s Ud, worth 13 6d, DRESSMAKING A SPECIALTY. and qhoyce QOKES AND WSLUWLK? SXHKEIS. WHY DRINK INFERIOR TEA. &quot; rpUB TYPICAL TEAS &quot; X That have woa the admiratioa of all- Young and old. Rich and poor. &quot;■OELTABLE&quot; JXi BLENDS! of FINE...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
J&quot;. .0. D xriE^ For eomo years with Mr S. &quot;Vicßer* j carrying on business in Auckland : ! under the etyle of Vicjkbrs ani» ■ | IIAYIES. SHARKBKOKKRa, I Begs to announce that he has rtsnmed ■ ' business as SHAREBROKER. ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR, LAND AND COMMISSION AGENT. AT HOBSON'S BUILDINGS. . SHORTLAND-eTMiKT. Telephone No. 118. rjEOEGE 'D T/|-ORPETH, SHAREBROKER, 27, N.Z. Ihsuraiice BtriEDnre*. Telephone 684.] SURPRISING TD ABGAINB ■■'... ... ~. is HARDWARE TTOLLOWARB ■ .. * n jDRUSHWARB miNWARB &quot;OLATEDWARB&amp; CUTLERY j JL V^ ETC., ETC, ETC. WE MEAN BUSINESS. T AND T FV IOK EV, *P • ij • U i QUEEN-STREET, AUCKLAND. TIWEED3 J mWEBDS! mWBBDS I BOATINGS! j j /BOATINGS 1 r»lO AT INGS ! mROUSERIKGS ! mROUSERINGS 1 mROUSERINGS ! X A Messrs ADAMS &amp; BUNKER'S CLEARANCE SALE OF WINTER STOCK. All the balanoo of our choice and well-eeleeted. Twoeda. CoatitiKS, Troueeringa. Vicunu. Fancy Serges, etc, must be speedily sold to make room fo...
THE LIBERAL CAUCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
THE LIBERAL CAUCUS. THE TARIFF PROPOSALS. CONFIDENCE IN THE GOVERN. MENT. (BT TELEGRAPHS—PARLIAMENTARY RE PORTER), Wellington, this day. Ax the caucue of the Liberal Party yesterday afternoon 44 members were present, and 6 accounted for. A resolution expressing confidence ie the Government was passed. The Premier said he was prepared to give members a written promise that he would allow them a perfectly free hand in discussing the tariff proposals in Committee, so long as nothing was done to aflect the revenue injuriously.,-.?,^'; The meeting, did not consider such a guarantee ngpessary, regarding the Premier's word aa amply sufficient.
FOUND DEAD IN BED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
FOUND DEAD IN BED. An old man named Patrick Raill, SO years ot age, residing with his daughter-in-law ab Middleton Road, Remuera, died suddenly during last night. According to the statement of Mrs Johanna Raill (daughter-inlaw of deceased), the deceased wenb to bed ■laab night at half-past eight, after having a little gruel. This morning Mrs Raill wenb into the old man's bed-room and found him lying dead on the edge of the bed wich his feet on the floor. He wae quite stiff and cold. Deceased bad been in a weak and feeble state of health for some time, and wea deformed. The matter was reported to Constable Lamb, of Newmarket. He found no marks of violence on the body, and there was every indication that death sag due to old age. Mr Raill, junior, is engaged working on tbe railway at Te Aroha. The facts were reported to Dr. Philson (coroner). He thinks an inquest unnecessary.
ROBBERY AT PAPAKURA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
ROBBERY AT PAPAKURA. THE RAILWAY STATION ENTERED. Bcrint, last night the Railway Station at Papakura was entered, and a sum of money 'mounting to about £30 was extracted from lha safe. It - appears that the Station Master, Mr-Sommerville, locked up in the usual ganner. After placing his cash and books in the safe he made the doors fast. On catering the premises he found this morning that the safe bad been robbed of its wnfenta. Ib wae found that a hole had been bored through the head of the safe, and ibraia tube inserted, after which an explotive was used and the too blown off. Ib is M tapposed that the robbery waa effected ao J &gt;n early hour this morning, as the clock in ' ! tta station stopped at 20 minutes pasb two '; &gt;Ja. Detective Grace proceeded by train , thla morning to Papakura to investigate ;; tte matter. t The railway station is at the eastern side ,] w.the township, and is a considerable dis-1 rom other buildings, so the explo-2 ''on wae caused wit...
MAGISTRATE'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
MAGISTRATE'S COURT. THIS DAY. (Before Mr H. W, Northcrofb, S.M.) I UNDEFENDED CASES. foIMJMENT was- given for plaintiff in the ™lo»i Dg undefended cases : — Pukeatua m * Board v. William Howell. claim 4t, ™«te 20s; Wingate and Co. v. Norman &quot;cMillan, claim £1, costs 10e ; Peter &quot; ipbaot) v. Wm. Ogilvie, claim £17, costs r&gt; E. A. Price v. H. G. Payne, claim £3 *i costs lla ; Cornelius Taylor v. Ben. y 3**, claim £3 6a 3d, costs 26s ; '?■ .T, H.. Hayr v. P. A. Herman, ■'.I K•, £1 3&lt;*. costs 6a ; Arthur ;•:..» v. H. P. Barber, claim £1 ;. S **&gt; costs 6s; Hancock and Co. v. R. B. '...: .Afield, claim £1 7e, costs 6a ; Alex. V ' £1 ay, J - H ye fc t&gt;. claim 18s 3d, costs 6e ; ;.; yrtScoti! v. Gourlay and Stokes Co., k: - p ln , fl 3 16s, costs £1 15s 6d : Julia Ann '*- : * lliT v, Jameß Leatham, claim £3, costs &lt;s. fi i.V&lt;o aterß on and Co. v. Carl Chrietensen, y **oi£6l2b(iudgm e nb balance 2e), ...
OUR FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
OUR FOOTBALLERS. ■ to^aVt?^ nd re P reeentat ivo team/chosen mendfl of the member* of the team S?«« ? *v thtee faearfc y cheere wef e crowd. Toe names of the players who left) are as follow* : K . Maseneid, F. Surman, O. Haley, D. Clayton, H. G. Absolum, J. a. Uonayue, V. Edmonds, E. Gittos, C Brady, X a. Murray, T. Olarkin. M. Me- Alulaii, S. Brown, J. Martin, L Mills, H. S. Whitley A. E. Braund, H. Stepnenwn, P. *mtc, K. Green, and C. Speight. The total number is 2i, cix being taken as extra meu. Wynyard, the crack three-quarter, was uaabie to accompany the team. His place few been filled by D. Gage, who will leave tor the South on Monday next, and overtake the teum ab either Timaru or Dunedin. Air U. M.. Dixon, Secretary of the Auckland Kugby Umon, accompanies the team as mauager, also several other AucklauUers. ihe iiret) matca is againso Jttawke'e Uay on Saturday next. 3
OUR GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
OUR GOLDFIELDS. THAMES DRAINAGE BOARD. The usual monthly meeting of this Board held yesterday in Mr D. G. fclacdonneil'e office. The report of the Pumping Engineer waa read and adopted, it stated thus everything was working satisfactorily. The financial statement ehowed receipts £653 15s 6d, and expenditure £409 l'is 2d. The liabilities were £305 102 10d, and the assets were estimated afc £924 2s. It waa resolved to allow the usual rebate on contributions paid within the month. THE GOLDEN RISE. This is the name of a thirfcy-acre claim at Mama pegged out and applied for by Mr Tbos. Barron, and which he is taking to Wellington to float into a company. It adjoins the Big Ben, Big Ben Extended and also touches the Golden Crown portion of the ©olden Hill Extended. Mr Barron has great faith in the district and asserts that if fine weather continues there will be important developments in this district. THE WAIHI COMPANY. Very encouraging reports continue to be received regarding the opera...
WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
WARDEN'S COURT. (BY TELEQBAPH.— OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Thames, this day. There was a large number of casee in the Warden's Courb to-day. _ Judgment was delivered in the caae or the Receiver ot Goldfields Revenue y. W. R. Cook, fpr rent due on the Great Northern epecial claim, for the plaintiff for £152193 3d. The Warden suspended the judgment for a month. The application of M. G'Keefe for the Disowned licensed holding, Old Prince Imperial Ground, which wae objected to by Victoria Co. was adjourned till September 5. Permission was granted the Sheridan Company to work with two men inetead of sixteen, for four months.
BOATING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
BOATING ACCIDENT. MAN DROWNED AT CHELSEA. Shortly before two o'clock this afternoon ,tne water police received news by tele- Phone from the Sngarworks ab Chelsea, thataboab accident had occurred in the harbour off Chelsea, and that one man had been drowned. At half-past two, Constablest McDonnell, Oliphant and Lowry proceeded to the Sugarworks in the police boat, m order to make inquiries and eearch tor the body of the drowned man. ; On further inquiry from the Sugar Works it_was learned that the accident occurred Off the Sugar Works this afternoon. Some ot the hands employed ab the works heard a man shouting in the water, and on gome out in a boab they rescued the man in an exhausted condition. He gave his name as Green way and abated tnab he had gone out in the boat with a The drowned man, we were informed this atternoon, is married. His mother resides in ronsonby. _ the boat which capsized, belonged to Mr Karton, of Ponsonby, from whom it was hired this, morning. The two men were...
SAMUEL EVISON'S CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
SAMUEL EVISON'S CONFESSION. INQUIRY BY THE NOTTINGHAM POLICE NO TRUTH IN THE STATEMENT. THE ACCUSED DISCHARGED. Bγ the mail steamer Alameda Inspector Hickson received a communication from the Chief Constable's Ofßce, Nottingham, stating there is no truth in the statement made by Samuel Evieon that he caused the death of a young woman in England in 1882. A full and searching inquiry was made as to the truth of Evison's statement. Ib will be remembered thab Evieon made a sworn statement before Mr John Knox, J.P., on 12th May lasb at Hamilton, stating that in the year 1882 he was in Nottingham. He was walking with a sirl named &quot; Jenny,&quot; who he had picked up on the street about three weeks previous. They hadafewwordsaboutseeingherwitb another young man, She hit him in the face, and he gave her a push and she fell with her head on the stone coping on the edge of the footpath, and fell into the rivert This was close on the Nottingham-Tren. Bridge about S o'clock ...
MEMORIAL TO SIR GEORGE GREY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
MEMORIAL TO SIR GEORGE GREY. PUBLIC MEETING TO BE CON VENED, The proposal to establish a memorial to Sir George Grey has been brought to a definite head by tbe action of a number of admirers of the veteran statesman in this city. A petition signed by 94 residents of Auckland, including a number of ladies, has been presented to the Mayor, Mr J. J. Holland, praying him to convene a public meeting of citizens of Auckland for the purpose of devising the best means to establish o perpetual record of the services rendered to this city by the Right Hon. Sir George Grey.'K.C.B., P.O. The Mayor, in response to this request, proposes to convene a public meeting of citizens for the above purpo-e, to be hold in St. James' Hall on Thursday eveuing next.
INTER-PROVINCIAL FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
INTER-PROVINCIAL FOOTBALL. WANGANUI V. TARAKAKL EASY WIN FOR TAKANAK' (EI TELEGRAM!.— PRESS ASSOCIATIO. ,&gt; ■ Hawera, Wednesday. The representative football match Wanga&quot; nui v. Taranaki, was played to-day, whan Taranaki won by 29 points (90ven trios, two of which were converted, and a goal from a mark) to nil. ;
THIS CONFERENCE OF COUNTY COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
THIS CONFERENCE OF COUNTY COUNCILS. (BY TELEGRAPH—PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Wellington, this day. The balance-sheet shows a credit of £18. The principal business this morning was a discussion on hospital and charitable aid rates, which several members said pressed unduly on their districts. The Conference was in favour of making the method of levying these rates more clear, and that the rate should be based upon all property, real or personal. A resolution was passed thab for roads of colonial importance Parliament should refund the total cost for the main district roads, and give a subeidy £ for £ for purely local roads, and then the present subsidy on rates. The Conference expressed strong disapproval of the Public Tenders and Contracts Bill, Eo far as it relates to carrying out contracts by local bodies.
CHINESE MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 15 August 1895
CHINESE MISSIONS. THE KUCHENG MASSACRE, CONSULAR INQUIRY, Shanghai, Augusb 14. The British and American Consuls ab Foo Chow have starbed for Kucheng, escorted by a hundred braves. The Viceroy refused to permit a foreign escorb. London, August 14. England and America will form a joint commission to inquire into the Kucheng massacre. n. •!• Times special ab Tientsin says the Chinese Government ia helpless, owing to the confusion which reigns all over the Empire. The officials are incapable of decisive action, or-of exercising effective authority. Serious results will probably eventuate unless the Powers take precaution. Melbourne, Augusb 14, A letter received from a lady missionary m China, dated June 24th, reports that the missionaries in the remotest parts were flying at that date. The mission* destroyed were chiefly American and Roman Catholic. The tine mission premisee ab'Chbng King were burnb. One of the Su Fui missionaries, escaping by himself, had all his goods in a boat, which...