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C.J.C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

C.J.C. SPRING MEETING. RICCARTON TRAINING NOTES. {UT TELEGRAPH.— FBESS ASSOCIATI©*.) C.i:EiSTCHURcn, this day. Attheßiccarton training track this morniiiw some good gallops were recorded, but the work generally was of a light character. Fabulist, who is very well, galloped twice round, coming home strongly ovor tho laßt five furlongs. Euroclydon, with about a stone under his Cup weight, rau a mile and three-quarters on the plough in 3min ISsoc, but tho last mile and a-half in 2min 43 3-sth sec. The Shrew kept him company over the firsb mile. Aldershot was to run the lasb mile with him, but failed to join in. The big horso wenb well and Lady Zetland, witb tho Cup weight up, beat Casket and Black and Red, both in a mile half gallop, her time being 2min 45sec. After going a little over a mile she drew away and finished etrougly alone. Thia mare is in the pink of condition. Bellieenb was the only one of Mr Stead's horses to go fast. She galloped once round, travelling tho last mile and ...

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OUR GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

OUR GOLDFIELDS. (COJSTIUNED BROM PAGE t.)

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THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

THE SHAREMARKET. Business showed a further slight improvement today, buyers making better offers and transactions being more frequent. Waiobahiß changed hands ab 425, Tararu Creeks ab 7s, Victors ab 4s 6d, Alberts 2a 3d, and Waihi Consols at Is ld. Sheridan shares advanced in price from sellers at 3s 9d in the morning to sales at 3s lOd by noon. Talismans are moving upwards rapidly. A weak ago 14s was bhe highest price offered, with sales at 14s 6d, but today transactions took place ab 16e 6d, with firm buyers ab 16s and no sellers under 17b 6d. An enquiry also seb in for Woodstocka bo-day, whileCenbrals sold ab 2s 3d (dividend paid), and 3s lld was refused for Grace Darlings. The disposition of buyers seems to be to pick up shares in properties eibher sold to or held under option by English Companies. Generally speaking, shares in recently floated companies were neglected- At tbe noon call both Associations decided bo close this afternoon, in honour of the viait of the Australian c...

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ASSOCIATED BROKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

ASSOCIATED BROKERS. Transactions ware to-day made in the following :—Hazolbank, 5s 9d ; Sboridan, 3s 9d, Ss 8d ; Juno, 5d ; Albert, 2s 3d ; Central, 2s Id ; Excelsior, 6d ; Grace Darling, 4s ; Mount Waihi, 4d, 4id ; Star of Waihi, 3-_d ; Talisman, 16s, 16s 6d ; Waihi Consols, la ld ; Waitekauri Reefs, 4d ; Bay View, Is 2d ; Hauraki No. 2, 2s ; Haurtski North (contributing), 5-3 Id ; Morning Star, s_d.

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GOLD OUTPUT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

GOLD OUTPUT. (BY TELEGRAPH. —OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Thames, this day. The total amount of gold purchased by the Bank of New Zealand for the month of October was 1,1130zs r_dw_s, made upas follows :—Thames county, 4250zs ndwts ; Coromandel county, 54cza sdwta; Thamos borough, 6340zs 2dwts.

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

WAIOTARI. (_fP.O___ OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Ib ia pleasing to again chronicle a good return from this old company, 190 tons of ore from all parts of mine produced 2480zs of retorted gold. The return is nob quite up bo that obtained for the month previous.

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

SUCCESS. The 10 stamper battery erected to the order of thia English company by Meesrß John Chambers and Son was started yesterday. Thore is plenty of ore to go on witb. MATERANGI. News was received by cablegram yesterday thab the contract fcr the sale of the Whangapoua Company had been signed. The terms of sale are, thab a company be formed wibh a capital ot £125,000, the vendors to receive £5.000 cash and 30,000 shares; a working capital of £30,000, of which £15.000 is to be reserved, to be provided. The terms named will give present shareholders Is 6d per share cash and one share in the new company for every two ; now held. MONOWAI. An extraordinary meeting of shareholders in this company waa held to-day at Messrs Clarke and Fleming's office, Queen-stroeb. Mr J. F. Clarke presided, and on his motion resolutions were agreed to confirming those passed at a previous meeting relative to the winding up of the local company, tha property having been taken over by the English Company. M...

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BAPTIST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

BAPTIST CONFERENCE. TO-DAY'S PROCEEDINGS The Conference of the Baptist Union of New Zealand was^ resumed this morning at the Ponsonby Baptist Church, Jorvois Road, Ponsonby. Tho cession opened with a devotional rjflrvico conducted by Revs. J. J. Dako and VV, Salter. The following were elected personal members of tho Union :—Messrs Montague Laftceilee, Field, Wilson, J. 11. Harper, C. A. Gaze, J. Fear and H. May. Rev. W. Wooliey announced that Dr. Knight had devoted £15 15«. towards tho reduction of the Union's deficit. The announcement was received with acclamation. Tho report and balance sheeot of the New Zealand Baptist M.._j..*z'ne was read and adopted, and a vote ot thankH tendered to Rev. Arthur Dewdney lor services as editor. It waa resolved that the Presidential address be published in tho " Baptist." | The report ol the Students' Committee was read and adopted. A deputation was received from the Auckland Ministers' Association, consisting of Rev. W....

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The Australian Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

The Australian Cricketers. PUBLIC RECEPTION. This morning the team was accorded a I cordial reception a. the City Council Room, Municipal Buildings, by His Worship the Mayor and others. A very large number of local cricketers were also present, besides several cricketers belonging to other districts, notably Messrs A. Bayly and li, Lu&k (Taranaki) aud T. H. Wilaon (Paeroa). A reporb of the proceedings is published on page 3. THE MATCH. The match againsb IS local representatives commenced ab 2 o'clock this afternoon on the Domain Cricket Ground. Even before the play commenced there were upwards of 1,000 people present and the number will ba largely increased during the! afternoon. The teams wore as follows: — Australia.—F. Iredaie, J. Darling, H. ; Trott, C. Hill.'S. Gregory, H. Irumble, C. , Eady, H. Graliam, J, Kelly, E. Jones, T. McKibbin. Auckland.—T. Ball, W. T. Wynyard, J. A. Kallender, A. M. Labatb, P. Marshall, J. F. Ohlson, A. G. Holland, Geo. Mills, I. Mills, L....

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AUCKLAND CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

AUCKLAND CYCLING CLUB. Messrs H. Young, J. Stewart, W. Haslam, and E. Norden havo declared the following handicaps for tbe bicycle events at tho Club's Carnival, which takes place on Saturday, November 14tb, in the Domuin :— Auckland Cycling Ci.un Handic-ai*. Three -_iutance3. Five milk HANDiCAPtlocal).—H. Ileudry, scratch; A. Gampb-iil, scratch, C. (Jurteis, 20yds; G. Bockaort, 30ydB ; G. Hyauiaeou, 35yds; A. Rcynell, 35yd_>; H. Trendall, 80yde ;A. Skeutes, 120 yds; R. Colston, l'2Uvds ; T. I'ardiiiyton, 170 yds ; H. Kisler, 200 yds ;E. Whitehead, 2'_.syds; and J. Taylor, 300 yds. iMAiUKN Handicap (one mile).—R. GoUton, seraten ; <J. Eoukaert, .-.cratch; I', bkeutos, 10y(is; H. Rie-ler, 15yda ;T. Pui-uiiiu'oii, 15yds ; E. Whitehead, 40yds ; J>. liyauiasoi*, 76yu_> ; J. Tuyior, SOyde; VV. Ii win. 35yds : and (J. Fell, 100 yds. Hai,---:>.■•-'■■. HaN-iICai1. —A. U. W itlmott, aer._i.ct- : _i. it. Burker, aciutcli ; £.. HackeS, sc-...

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WAITEKAURI REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

WAITEKAURI REEFS. The manager telegraphed to-day: — 41 Cut the reef in bhe low level. Can get gold by pounding." CROWN IMPERIAL. Assays made by Mr Charles Ratjon cf quartz from the Crown Imperial mine resulted as follows : — No. 1, value £3 4s ; JNo. 2, traces gold and silver ; No. 3, value £1 12s 5d per ton ; No. 4, gold and Eilver absent. ,

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

t* Albany, November 6.—Arrived : Gera> from London. Passongors for New Zealand : Mrs Ablett, Messrs Berklie, Abletb and Cutelli. Mr W. H. E. Wanklyn, Secretory of the Canterbury Jockey Club reminds intending investors nb the C.J.C. Spring Meeting that Monday, 9bh November, is a post and telegraph holiday. Investmeubs should bherefore bo senb to arrive nob later than tomorrow (Saturday), 7th November. No instructions will be accepted unless ac3ompanied by the cash. Cheques will not be accepted. News received from the police in Perth states thab a man named Olivier, alleged bo have been implicated with Watson (who war-recently arrested ab the- Cape) In the alleged misappropriation of trusb funds, has been arrested there. The last two nights >of Sb. Paul's sale of work sad fancy lair is.announced, Miss Harding's oroheateaurill play this evening.

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

CABLEGRAMS. {Roceivsd November 6, 10.35 a.m.) .TRESS ASSOCJATZOS.I _bt vlsctiuc T-U-eqeaph—O3Priao-__7.]

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THE AMERICAN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

THE AMERICAN ELECTION. GREAT REPUBLICAN MAJORITY. FATAL RIOTING. MILLIONS OF GOLD LIBERATED. GREAT TRADE REVIVAL. Washington, November 4. The Republicans have a great majority in the House, and control the Senate. At McKinley's home there was a tremendous ovation. The London Exchange is greatly relieved by the victory, and all' the markets are benefited by McKinley's return. A load has been lifted from all New York commercial houses. It is expected that from ten to twenty million pounds worth of gold which has been hoarded up will now be released. There was much disorder in the South, and riots took place in the State of Delaware. At Holts one or two murders are reported. In Tennessee, Kentucky, and West Virginia the silverites prevented many coloured people from voting. Heavy orders were cabled to Europe immediately McKinley's victory was assured. Washington, November 5. McKinley secured 24 States and 277 votes, and Bryan secured iS States and 132 votes. The doubtful States are Kan...

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THE LATEST. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

THE LATEST. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. Wasuington, November 6, McKinley's majorities were :— Massachusetts 168.000 New York 259.879 Pennsylvania 300,000 New york City 19.056 lowa ... 100,000 The voting in Washington was in favour of Bryan. Later returns from Southern States improved his position. New York firms have ordered goods from Europe since the election to the value of five million dollars. Stock rose seven points. It is stated that a silver trust supplied the funds tor Bryan's candidature, otherwise it would have collapsed. Garrett R. Hobart, of New Jersey, the Republican candidate, was elected Vice-President, London, November 5. The " Times" says America has earned the congratulations of tha world. German newspapers anticipate a moderate protectionist policy, and an improved State trade. Italian papers predict a stronger influence in foreign affairs. French journals express a fear that Customs duties will be increased.

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THE CHINESE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

THE CHINESE NAVY. TWO CRUISERS AND FOUR TORPEDO BOATS ORDERED. London, November 5. The Chinese Government has ordered two cruisers from Armstrong's firm and four torpedo beats from Germany. •

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

TURKEY. LARGE PURCHASE OF RIFLES. Constantinople, November 5. Tuv. Sultan is buvinr? ton thousand rifles.

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THE WAR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

THE WAR OFFICE. AUSTRALIAN MEAT SUPPLIES. London. November 5. The Australian Meat Company has made a contract with the War Office to supply 240,0001b corned beef.

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THE LONDON HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

THE LONDON HOSPITALS. London, November 5. The Lord Mayor of London proposes to raise a national fund of one million sterling to extinguish the debb on the hospitals.

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MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 6 November 1896

MARKET REPORT. (Loan and Mercantile Agency-.} London, November 5. Frozen Meat.—Market is better. Canterbury and Wellington mutton is worth respectively 3gd and SJd respectively. Lamb market is stagnant. Tallow.—New Zealand fine mutton and good beef tallows are worth respectively 22a 3d and 19a 9d per cwb.

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