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ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

ARRIVALS. Wellington, s.a., E. McLeod, from Whangarei. Upolu, s.s., Beaumont, from Wesfcporl;. Passengers : 21 steerage. lona, s.s.. J. Duthie, from the Great Barrier. ' Passengers ; Mis? Philiips, Mrs Gomez, Bey. English, Messrs Gomez, Bush, Hansen, Phillips, Kelly, and Withana. Clansman, s.s,, E. Stephenson, from Mongonui, Whangaroa and Russell. Paa- Bengers : Misses Graham, Bage, Mesdames Isler, Lawrence, Capt. Taw, Messrs Cumming3, Crow, Fairbum, Young, Matthews. Thompson, Graham, Bindon, Day, Earle, Le Roche, Reid, Master Tarn and 8 steerage.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

DEPARTURES. Douglas, s.s., Holmwood, for Whangarei. Alice, barque, J. Swain, for Wellington. Corinna, s.s., F. W. Macbeth, for Wellington. Mariposa, R.M.a., H. M. Hay ward, for Sydney. Chelmsford, s.s., Hopkins, for Whanga- Plata, Tauranga and Whakatane.

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UNION S.S. COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

UNION S.S. COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. Friday.*—Taupo leaves for Rarotong_,

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NORTHERN COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

NORTHERN COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. Friday.—Clansman leaves for Tauranga ab 7 p.m. ; Wellington leaves for Whangarei, Marsden Point, Whangarei Heads, and Mangapai at 10.30 p.m. ; lona for Kennedy Bay, Kuaotunu, and Mercury Bay ab 9 p.m.. Thames Service.—Steamers leave for Thames daily, for Paerea daily, and for Coromandel daily. See advertisement daily papers.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

IMPORTS. Per s.s. Corinna, from Tahiti and Rarotonga : 993 crates oranges, 9 cases limes, 102 cases pine apples, 1 sack arrowroot, 1 case dried bananas.—Cotterell and Turner, Commerce-street. The a.B. Corinna left lasb nighb for Wei lington. The barque Waltemata was docked this morning for cleaning and repairs. The schooner Maud Graham left Lyttelton yesterday for this port, with a cargo of produce. 'The three-masted schooner Ysabel will sail at 11 a m. to-morrow for the Tongan Group and Niue. Tho American barque Alice sailed early this morning for Wellington, to complete ber loading for Boston. The s.s. Waihora left Sydney on Wednesday evening, and should arrive here early on Monday morning nexb. Tha barque Himalaya is completing her loading with a Quantity of flax and a iifctlo kauri gum. She will be a full ship tomorrow. The r.s. Taupo was floated out of dock last evening, her overhaul being completed. She leaves this evening for Rarotonga and Tahiti, in place of tho Corinna. Tho...

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TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. Whasgaket, November 6th.—Arrived, 5 a.m. : Douglas, s.s., from Auckland. Kiripaka, November 6.—Sailed : Kiripaka, s.s,, for Auckland. Whangaroa, November 6. — Arrived, sarly : Medora, schooner, from Auckland. Cal-e Maria Van Diemkn, November 5. — A dark-painted brigantine, 12 miles north, has been in sight ell day, beating up to the south-east. November 6 : A steamer passed south via West Coasb at 4 a.m. Gisborne, November 5. —Arrived, 12.45 : p.m., Tasmania, s.s., ; 3.50 p.m., Te Anau, a.s., from Auckland. New PLYMonTH, November G. —Arrived, f1.30 a.m. .* Mahinapua, s.e., from Onehunga. 4.50 a,m. : Gairloch, e,e., from Onehunga. Wellington, November 5. — Sailed : P_oton_.ah.ana, s.s., for Auckland. Passengers :—Misses Godfrey, Berry, Wilson, Mesdames Pough, Wyatb and boy, Brown ar.d child, Messrs Thompson, Noall, Clarke, Dillon, Wakelin, Malcolm, Wearelere. Brown, and 14 sbeerage. Lyttelton, November s.—Sailed : Maud Graham, schooner, for Auckland; Talune, 8.8...

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The Evening Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Evening News, Morning News, and Echo. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

The Evening Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Evening News, Morning News, and Echo. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1896. For the causa that lacks assist-tiica, For the -vrrcmg that needs res-stanw, For the future in the distance. And the geod that va con do. It is gratifying to read that the London " Daily Telegraph " considers that the victory of McKinley in the United States will bring about a great revival in trade. As we understand it, that revival will not be confined to the Republic, where things have been very much depressed of late, but will extend to all the world, and we here in New Zealand may reasonably expect to share in the benefits of it. The Republican section of the American people anticipates great things from what it is pleased to regard as the triumph of order over anarchy; and, no doubt, the election of Major McKinley to the Presidency will restore the confidence in America which has been severely shaken by recsnt events. A protective policy s...

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THE POWERS AND TURKEY [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

THE POWERS AND TURKEY The statement of M. Hanotaux in the French Chamber that united Europe will put an end to. tho Sultan's butcheries, is being interpreted as an intimation that tho deposition of " Abdul the Damned," under certain circumstances, was agreed upon bet.veen the nations visited by the Czar during hi. recent tour. A French states-man, having in view the horrors of a great European war. latoiy said that it would be better that tho Sultan should be p..rmifcu.ii to butcher 100,000 Armetii&ns than th^at the Great Powers of Europe should be drawn into war over the rucial troubles of the O.toman Empire. It is shocking to think that international jealousies should give the insane ruffian who is seated on the throne ot Turkey tree play to carry on his butcheries, but unfortunately there is no room for doubtiug that tho conviction that war would result from any isolated action on her part caused England to hold her hand. "Armed ...

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FIRE IN SYMONDS-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

FIRE IN SYMONDS-STREET. A ratr. occurred early this morning in Upper Symonds-streefc, by which property to the value of £300 was destroyed, including tbe partial destruction of two shopß in Winstone Bros.' buildings, occupied by Meesra Potter and Sage, fancy good, dealers, and Walter Haladay, fruiter. The damage to the shops totalled abonl £100, while Potter and Sage lost £150 worth of stock, and Haladay's stock, valued at £50, was destroyed. Mr VV. Poster, of Potter and Sage, closed the shop at 11.30 o'clock last night, leaviDg all the lights out, He cannot accounb for the fire in anyway. The tire started in bhe shop, near the counter, and burnt the walls and into the ceiling, and then spread into tbe shop adjoining. The building is a large block of two stories, all used as shops. The City and Symonda - street Fire Brigades and Salvage Corps attended the fire. The shop* are each insured for £145 in the New Zealand Insurance Company. Potfer and Sage had their stock insured in tho Ph...

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AUCKLAND ANNUAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

AUCKLAND ANNUAL REGATTA. CHAMPION WHALEBOAT RACE REVIVED. PRIZE OF £100 TO BE OFFERED. A meeting of the Auckland Anniversary Regatta Committee was held lasb evening, Mr A. H. Nathan presiding, when ths draft programme of events for the Annus! Regatta on January 29th was drawn up. I. was decided tbao tbe following event should constitute the programme fer th Anniversary Regatta, subieet to fntur alterations if necessary :— Sailing Races.—Scow race, large yachte, trading vessels (handicap), 40 tons and under, exclusive of scows'; yachts, fire rating and under; fishing boats, sealed handicap; all-comers' sailing race for yachts (to take the place of, the cruisers' race), handicap, no restrictions as to canvas; yachts 2i rating and under; yachts 2 rating and under; half-decked keel or centre-board boats, 22ft and under' open boats, 16 to 20 feet. Rowing Races: Champion whaleboat race tor amateurs, first prize £100, second £25, third £10 ; junior giga under 10 atone; maiden gig* under 10...

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AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. Thk following is the eupplemenbary class list :— English.—Class II.: Annie L. Reel.. French.-Class 111. : Aonie L. Bees* Mental Science.-Class I.: C. B. w*» Class II.: A. H. Shroff. . _ Mathematics.—Class III.: A*lo-" Rees. :. JimiSP-_.DDEJ.GE AND CONSTITPTIONAI- History.—Class I. : C. L. Macdiarmw* Class 11. : T. Jackson, A. C. Magmnity* History and Political Ecokomy.-w-L II.: Annie L. Rees, C. E. Livesey, f- O'Dea. , it J The following students will be accreaiwj* with having kept the terms of the year- f ' videdthab bhey have fulfilled the regowl" of bhe University of New Zealano* :•- Jackson, C. H. Laws, C. E. Liveeey, ■* Macdiarmid, A. C. Maginnity, Aw* Rees, A. H. Shroff. m The following sbudentß have been tv> mended for the premiums in tbe R 6" f o r i*! undermentioned :—Latin, H. B. P* $$ English, Charles C. Cfaoyce ; ma^em _. H. D. Bamford; chemistry, *<■ *•- Prideaux; physics, J. &...

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UNSEASONABLE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

UNSEASONABLE WEATHER. (BY TELEGRAPH.-PRESS ASSOCTA^ Wellington this dty The unseasonable wwther.erpjjPjJ^iJ' October has been so greab a nw shearing bhab the first local -Wj"J i# was fixed for Friday next, bad w poned till December 4tb.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

AUCKLAND FIRE UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION. The Fire Insurance Companies' Offices will be CLOSED on MONDAY NEXT, tho 9th instant, for tbo Prince of Wales' Birthday. H. GOULSTONE, ! Secretary. Auckland. 6th November, 1896. H. F 8 w" INDSOB' SURGEON DENTIST (By Exam.). EHORTLAND-STREET (Opposite QeK.r_tS Post-office). ■telephone 3!?, IF "XOTJ SUFFER from Nervoufmeßß, Exhaustion. Want of Energy. Too-Tired-for-Work Feeling. Indigestion, Coustipation, Slug-3 gish Liver, etc., TAKE LOASBY'S •• WAHOO." 2s 6d, ail Chemists and Grocers; AND CEASE TO SUFFER. Solo Mannfacturers and Proprietors, LOASBY'S "WAHOO" MANUFACTURING CO. (Limited). Factory: Great King-street, Dunedin, Wholesale Agents: KEMPTHORNE. PROSSER AND CO.'S N.Z. DRUG CO. (Limited), 1 --*' (TELEPHONE, 59... ■ London Dental Institute, 298, QUEEN STREET (Next Milne and Choyce). A COMPLETE SET from £1 Is. 'SING7.E TOOTIT, ss. The same celebrnted Gold and Prize Medal Teet...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

"VTEW JAPANESE GOODS. 50 Cases of Japanese Goods just unpacked at GOODSON'S JAPANESE 8.., - .. f{, comprising the greatest variety of ti. -stnovelties in Bamboo Tables, Easils. . .... Screens, Brackets, Bead Blinds, 6ft. _. 3ft., 3s 9d each; Lacquer goods of all kinds, elegant China Vases, Tea Sets, and Fancy Cups and Saucers, marvellously cheap *, large circular Folding Fire Screens, 6d each, usual price Is; Draught Screens and Lanterns. Goodson's Japanese Bazaar is an unique exhibition, and should be seen by all, especially those wishing to purchase Presents, as no place in the colony offers such facilities for selection. Inspection Invited. Tourists and others will find a grand stock of Hammocks to select from at Goodson's London Arcade. Calendars for 1897, Fern Cards for the home mail; Photo Frames entirely novel and handsome ; Lovely Wedding and Birthday Cards ac Goodson's. A RCHDALE m A V L E X, Fellow Inst. Accountants. N.Z. (Late Accountant with Messrs Cook and ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

Special reductions in bhe prices of provisions, tea and sugars ab Row's grocery stores, Victoria-street. Call and get quotations and samples.—(Advt.) White spotted muslins in several qualities just received, also muslinß 45 inches wide with extra large spots for fancy work, dreßses or drapes ab Wilson, McCullagh and Go's., Queen-street.—(Advt.) Wo have jusb opened up a first-class shipment of ladies' and children's boots and shoes, which have been marked ab very moderate prices for cash. — Smith and Caughey.—(Advt.) Australia v. Auckland. Gloves and sunshades for the great cricket match, ab D,S.C.-(Advt.) 180 dozen of white and unbleached Turkish towel?. A job line ex s.s. , Tongariro.—Smith and Caughey.—(Advt.)

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

Smith and Caughey have cleared a ware-* house stock of linoleum- in good patterns. Tbey will offer these ab la lld, usual price 2s lld.—(Advt.) The s.s. Tongariro, now in port, bas brought Smith and Caugh9y another large shipmenb of the famous VVatergpray calicoes, longcloths and sheetings. Cus« tomers can now be supplied with every price and quality.—(Advb.) Always ask for the Waterepray brand of calicoes, longcloths and sheetings ; famous for purity, for reliability in wear; alwayi keeps a perfect white, and can only be obtained from Smith and Caughey, sole agents.—(Advt.) Bush rugs and blankets. Big job lines in the above now showing at Smith and Caughey's.—(Advt.}

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MOTION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

MOTION NOTES. . trar jg endeavouring to keep TflE iflrolmenb written closely up to olaim" 'or f" yone in future making date. * tha b D o ft / OBC9 .atiefied that their M^Tbe registered. This, together ell'*B ffl to{ an acknowledgment being flritb th© ta liea _j o n for enrolment "*.** ZV. Bhould fullJL ?onvinc * • eeßl that their interests are being most tf'ytfctmerclal travellers are Sailorß __,_ thab they ehould at once 'a.«in *Ct.on, for their electoral rights »»k6BpP f Sable absence from Auckland ••"'"".--.aof the election, for once the »''• Sued electors' rights cannot b

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NEW ZEALAND CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

NEW ZEALAND CRICKET. OUT WBHJIB C. B. SMITH. f r Smith, the Secretary of the T Zealand Cricket Council, and * Hb* rof the Canterbury Cricket SSiton. !-»* |«««.bin A«ekl«nd. In Sction ff Hhthetourofth BAu3trahan8Au3trahan L. team. Hia business here ie in firance of a recenb appointment by tbe 5... Council to meeb tho team c, „ri rt | an d accompany them throueh New ZlTh by reason of his official positions J 0 his taking a keen interest in cricket ' __ra.lv Mr Smith is almost a walking g .hnlatv on anything that pertains to Sfflderiokk There is very little Si, knowing concerning th. subject 2be does nob know. A retentative of this paper was fully Eised of this in the course of a chat S had with Mr Smith on Wednes-1 and in bis opinion, the New Zealand r Ikat Council may congratulate themjSwon having so competent a man for their secretary- _■•_■_._•_.!. Asked as to the proposed visit of the Onaecßland team, Mi Smith said it had ham definitely arranged that the team hould visit New Zeala...

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CHRISTMAS 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

CHRISTMAS 1896. THE -'GRAPHIC" SPECIAL NUMBER. The special number of the "New Zealand Graphic " is always among the earliest aud mosc welcome of our native Christmas annuals which come to remind us of the approach of the merry season. This year it will be equally timely in making ibs appearance, co that our friends in the Old Country need nob pass bheir Christmas amid frost and enow withoub the reflected warmth ef a New Zealand summer which brightens its pages. In this issue the endeavour has been to make ib as characteristic as possible of the country. Aba rule the artists have been told to shun the citieß, which, after all, are mere reproductions of those of other lands, and to betake themselves to the mountains, bhe forests, bho rivers and the lakes, which aro nature's own, aad unique of their kind. In following this course, the tastoe of both Now Zealand and Home readers has, we think, been very correctly gauged, for ib ia very certain thab...

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RACING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

RACING NEWS. AUCKLAND RACING CLUB'S SECOND SPRIJNG MEETING. ANTICIPATIONS OF TO-MORROW'S RACES. The First Spring Meeting of the Auckland Racing Club commences to - morrow ab Ellerslie. Everything points to a successful days's racing, the minor events of the Meeting each bearing an open aspect. Tho first race starbs ab one o'clock, and trains etarb ab 10.45, 11.15, 11.30 a.m., 12 noon, 12.30. 1.10 and 2.10 p.m. As usual, Mr Thomas McEwin will supply a first-class luncheon in the grand stands, besides afterneon tea. The first race on the programme is tho President's Handicap, one mile. Of the eleven engaged I like beßt Markinch and Waiorongomai. Nestor, St. Gordon, St. Paul, and Antares are left in the Auckland Guineas. My fancy ia St. Paul. The Musket Stakes attracted ten entries. The A.R.C. Welcome Stakes winner, Coronet, bursb a blood vessel tbe other morning, and since then h« has been bleeding from the nose after b_3 work. Ibis mußb be a little against him, so, undor the circumsf...

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