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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 24 January 1898

Exhibitions. T7XHIBITION of Glassblowing, Saturday Hi Afternoon,.from 2 till 5. Admission, 6d. Prizes given.—Works, Freeman's Bay. •■-■ ■ Goldmining Notioeß. H4URAKI NO. 2 GOLD MINING COMPANY (NO LIABILITY). All Shares in the above Company on which the Call, due and payable on De- j cember S, 1897, has not been paid, have | been forfeited, and will be sold by auction i by Mr R. C. Carr, at his Mart, Queen' stret. Aucekiand, on TUESDAY, February 8, 189S, a*; 11.30 a.m., unless the said Call be previously paid to the Manager. H. GILFILLAN, Jun., Manager. Auckland, January 24, IS9S. C~~ ITY. OF AUCKLAND GOLD. MINING COMPANY (NO LIABILITY). Notice is hereby given that a Call, the fourth,of One Penny per share on the capj ital of the abovenamed Company has this | day been made by the Directors, payable . ! to the undersigned, at the office of the ! | Company, No. 26, New Zealand Insurance I Buildings, Queen-street, Auckland, on WEDNESDAY, Uth February, IS9B. WM. CLARKE. Manager. Auckland...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 24 January 1898

Public Notices. 7AAAA Feet Picture Mouldings. —Get / J,JJJ your rebate direct at time of purchase, and buy cheapest from A. H. Morris, 117. Hobson-strect. A. X B v s B Y> OF Jl. H. BUSBY, City Road. London. [KSTABLISHED 1828]. VENETIAN & WIRE GAUZE BLIND MAKKR. Old Blinds Repaired. Market-street, off Cook--street, Auckland. Telephone No. 563. WALL PAPERS just.arrived direct from tho manufacturers, latest designs, very cheap • lot of .remnants.—Note tho addres*-M. J. Bennefet, 153 Karangahapo Road. y t JoHANSEN & Co. IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS1 AGENTS. SOLE AGENTS FOR— . _ . Danish Patent Ammonia Refrigerators and Ice Making Machinery. Danish Patent Milk Pasteuriser •Danish UlPatent Portable Houses and Tents, Cement Tiles Danish Patent Horse Shoes and Nails, made from best Swedish Iron Danish Patent Chainless Bicycles and Cycle Specialities Danish Patent Reform Mattress ■Danish Cocoa and Chocolate— Sinus (Ld.), Copenhagen Danish Preserves,. Fruit J...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 24 January 1898

Amusements. :l 0; p E irTII ¥Torr^ rT* LAST SIX NIGHTS OP tht'c!?., LAST SIX NIGHTS OF THE i|jg& And .. , " THIS (MONDAY) EVENING $ ■ LAST NIGHT .' O f " ■ '-i LSNl§g?SpectacUla^or yofMai ' SB-SSI? 11l 88t1# §^ LAST NIGHT THE OLD HOMP » LAST NIGHT . COTTONHURSt 'A? LAST NIGHT 'THE BOW OP HOPP. LAST NIGHT O f ~ LAST NIGHT THE MILL HAWnc'" LAST NIGHT PICNIC * LAST NIGHT Of ' ' ''. LAST NIGHT THE WORKERS' vw» LAST-NIGHT. GEANCE -YEN' LAST NIGHT O f " "■ V LAST NIGHT THE LAMBTON rwn LAST NIGHT TON ' *" LAST NIGHT Of LAST NIGHT THE GREAT LIKT LAST NIGHT SENSATION. ; TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) EVENING Final Production of the Season " First Presentation, fn New Zealand aftk.- Thrillingr Franco-Algerian MeloOtrami *' STRAIGHT FROM THE HE4I& ■ STRAIGHT- FROM THE HEART - % STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART;" Written by . SUTTON VANE & ARTHUR SHIRLEY. PRICES: 3/, 2/ and On...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

The Auckland Star. TOL. XXIX.-NO 20. AUCKLAND, JNoZo 9 TUESDAY. JAJS TUAR¥- %5 9 18m. PRICE-ONE PERKY.

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

TABLE TALK. Regatta entry night. Elingamite left for Sydney. 'Frisco mail due on Saturday. Westralia Went South to-day. Auckland Board of Education met to-day.' - "Straight From the Heart" at the Opera House to-night. The Federal Convention is how proceeding at Mfelb^urne. North-Island Bowling Tournament is proceeding"at.Napier.' The American press supports Great Britain's policy in China. Rumours of war created great excitement in Melbourne yesterday. . A lady can purchase a hat for Is lid but 'she prefers o'jre that costs £s—that's foolishness., ! ' A .navvy works 'eight hours a day and 'handles several tons of earth for 6s—that's labour. ... *_/■",.',, '. .'. . Fists, and; feet'were freely used in the üßhiidy" in the' French Chamber of Deptities'. " At the beginning of this week there -were' 161 male and 25 female prisoners in Mount, Eden Gaol. • ■ Another barge consignment of maize was to Sydney by the...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

Siiipping. FrtpO ENGLAND IN THIRTY-ONB X DAYS. ROYAL MAIL EXPRESS SERVICES THE PASSENGER ROUTE TO ENGLAND. -' • Ls undoubtedly the ' . A. AND A. ROU TE. ! Avoiding aii'iio the heat of. the Red Sea and the cold of Cape Horn; and giving yas&eag^ra tha opportunity of travelling In luxury a;:d couifort *tl_rough the most *U_te*r<L*stsJiS country in the world. Tha -steam-ers of this* Line, under con-; tract "with the Governments of New Zea- > laud, New South Wales, and the. United gtincs. are appointed t6 lea-e Sydney and* Audtlnnd for Samoa, Honolulu, and San , Fraacisco every tour weeks, as under:— ' e_-i*mw». J <^°*m" I Leave Leave Arrive .SteWX* -n^ider. JSytlney.'Auckl'd 'Frisco. . _ r ____ : ___| .._._ . _._ _ JItXtPDSL*. Hayward Jan. 17 .Tai:. 22 Feb. 10 •MOJtyji Carey jFcb. 14 Fob. 19 Mar. 10 A__i3lE__ Otcren-j | j ' fltr. dorp Mar. HMar. 19' Apr. 7* _^ ! ■ i-J ''1 •' 1 * T*h.l.eti> are __vai.abld f...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

. . Shipping-. *j*^— _-, ATOHTHEKN STEAM'S HIP f§-s^-^ - COMPANY.'(LTD). ■ v^^ ■ —- fc££__i x > PROPOSED; SAILINGS. I* i i ,* weather and other :. ircumstances permitting. FROM QUI'_Ii_N~"StRKET VVHAHt'.* Steamer * - ■ | Dale of Sailing] ' ■ FOR RUSSELL. WHANGAttOA ANil MONGONUI. Clansman- | Monday, 31st Jan., 7. p.m. * FOR TAURANGA.- Waiotahi |. Tuesday, 25th, 7 p.m. V aitangi [ Friday, 2*.th, 9 p.m. FOR MAKETU AND MATATA. . Makctu—Every Tuesday. Waiotahi Motata—Tuesday, Feb. Ist ... Connecting with s.s. Kati- . I kati at Tauranga. FOR■ KUAOTUNU A.'D~MERCURY BAY lona I Every Monday and Friday at 9 p.m. Carrying Cargo tor Blind Bay every * - Friday. * * * Waitangi | Every Wednesday, 8 p.m. ;* ; (Passengers only.) Returning every Tuesday .and Saturday * (weather .permitting). (All freights must be piepaid.) Every reasonable care taken in landing Passengers arid Cargo In surf boats. but no responsibility. FOR KENNEDY'S .BAY. lon a i Every Monday and' Friday at ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

I ' Shipping. PTTUDDART PARKER & CO. JUL ■ * PItOPBIBT__I_T, LTD. -Splendid,, well-appointed Steamers will be despatched from AUCKLAND, as under (weather and other circumstances permitting):— ... 1 . FOR.GISBORNE. NAPIER, WELLINGTON ' LYTTELTON AND DUNEDIN. Elingamite I Tuesday, Bth Feb,, 2p.m. FOR SYDNEY. Westraua I Monday, 7th Feb., 5.30 p.m. Elingamite | Monday, 21st Feb., 5.30 p.m. , .. . Cargo must bo booked and alongside not less than TWO HOURS *before advertised time, of departure. ' ' All Tickets are available also for Stop-over or Return by ANY UNION CO.'S STEAMERS, and holders of Union Co.'s Tickets may travel by WESTRALIA oy ELINGAMITE.' L. D. NATHAN & CO., Agents. ■»r~, , mHE NET/ ZEALAND SHIP 15_r!i_?l i- ' " '• v " frappl . . PING COMPANY'S LINE OF T MAIL STEAMERS will be despatched for LONDON, via Monte Video, Ten- HKlFii-E and Plymou-jch, as follovrs :— Steamer. .| D^t °f re Date. Tongariro 41G31" Welling...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

Skipping. ■ SI^^'QHAW, SAVILL AND; ALBION If^lll COMPANY (LTD.). MONTHLY LIME OF FAST PASSEN. GER ST.EAMERS BETWEEN ALL* , PORTS OK NEW I3EALAND: ANi. LQNUOiN. '. The following; powerful, new, steel built; Steamers are appointed to leave for LONDON DIRECT as follows:- '. , s Steamer. !||||| Commander, .Maori 5317 501)0 Moffatt .(Feb. 5 .. *Pakeha 43314000 Prossor 'Feb. I /-I ~1- ; , -,i -.' i ; . .-, "Does not carry passengers In addiLiu:i*io aoovo, uargo .Steamers ■will be dispatched at regular intervals. ..-*. The accommodation for all classes' of passengers'is unsurpassed. ,*. ■ The Homeward route will bo, via Rio de Janeiro and Tencriffe, and the time occupied should not exceed 40 days - PASSENGERS CARRIED AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES, and provided with: coas.tal tickets from Auckland to port of departure free of charge. ... Return Tickets at greatly reduced .'rates. ..-The. undersigned are empowered to grant passages from London to Now Zea: land, payment for which has b...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

To-Let.- v: TCO LET for a Term, Willoughby Farm, A Mount Albert,—Apply on Premises. TO LET, in Karangahape Road, a. shop and dwelling,—Apply Mrs Belcher, Queen-st. TO LET—2 or 3 Unfurnished Rooms.—Apply ~. Martin's Store, Gladstone Road, Parnell. npO. LET, House of 6 rooms, with fine water X view.—Apply Mrs Craig, Grahame-street (off yictoria^stre-afc West). TO, LET. njceT-3. roomed Houser22 Grafton Road (small:-family), 13s. —T. Hill, Gents" Dyer, Cleaner, Repairer. rpO LET, a 4-r©omed House in Elizabeth- JL street, -Ponsonby.—Apply W. Heffernan, Montague-streetyKewton. TO LET,* '3-nicely furnished Rooms in .Eden;-Crescent, use of bath-aha kitche___Apply-:'S.tar' Office. '.'^r HPO. LET, -Furnished Room, two single ;4- beds in and use. of-kitchen, no children. good locality.—Apply 'Star' Office. mo LI.T (GrartorTßoad), 8-roomcd House, _. bathroom,.scullery, detached wash-house.— F. Lambourne, Ironmonger, Karangahape Rd. rpO LET, Comfortable Furnished Apart- Jr; jnonts; ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

Wanted. WANTED, Improver to the Carpentering*- Apply on Job, May's Road, Onehunga. WANTED, 2 or 3 Unfurnished Rooms, not up stairs.—A.Z.. 'Star' Office. ANTED, Bread Carter, singi{*fi-).an.—E. S. Wilds, West. End Bakcry.-TBWje_.Lsmps.' ANTED, Grass Seed Buyers: to inspect samples at Alex. Aitken's Mart. ■ . * ;.;. ______ XX7 ANTED, a strong, respectable- Er- W rand Boy.—Apply to Milne and Choyce. _____!fc__ "irANTEo7 Girl .for light • hofle^vork.— ¥V Apply Mrs Rowllings, 20, Mary-st., Mount Eden. . -'■•'•-''■ ■ ,_ WANTED, Girl about 16 to do light Housework. — Apply Stationmaster's Rest-dence, Newmarket. _ ■ WANTED, experienced Cook.—Mounts 'nessing, .opposite the Choral Hall. References required. ..,.■,. _• ANTED, two Men for Squaring Timber.— M Sinclair at J. Jones' Mart, 11, o clock. a.pi., Wednesday 26th-. - ■■,-.*..''",* ANTED, smart young.Girl, as Waitfi-ss-.^. ■ Mrs; Wcradlock, Chicago Luncheon Rooms, 19$, -Queen-street. ■■' "'; _ ■ - WA...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

Personal. THE PERSON who spnt Book and Note hy Sample Post come at once with all possible speed.—D. KYLE, Hankey-stkeet. [ txrALTER FRANOi^^rllfCHrpiease send " Address James McVeagh, Sohcitor, Paerba. . . ACHELOR wishes toCorrespond with I ady under 30. Protestant, educated, musical," with small capital or property; view to matrimony.— R. E. AllWortli, Gdheral PQSt Office. FOR Artificial Teeth 'winch have all "the appearance of nature's best handiwork, go to the London Dental Institute. M" R^'HARB,- Herbilist, - Arch H*ll— Every, weak man*and woman cured by our Electric Baths and Massage. ■ Largest and best plant in the colonies. MISS ETHEL. ,L. BOULTO N.. Teacher of PIANOFORTE AND SINGING. Pupils attended at their homes or Armadale, Upper Queen-street, opposite Prince Albert College. . Terms on application. C ORNS. - BARRACLOUGH'S PROj G-ANDRA (Registered) Is a certain cure for Corns. One Sample Box willl De posted free of Charge...

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COURT OF ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

COURT OF ARBITRATION. SEAMEN'S UNION V. SHIP OWNERS. THE AWARD. (Before Mr Justice Williams and Messrs Thompson and Slater.) The following is the full text of the award made by the Court of Arbitration in tlie above case, a synopsis of which appeared in the second edition last evening:— In the Court of Arbitration of New Zealand ; in the matter of an industrial dispute between the Auckland branch of the Federated Seamen's Union of New Zealand, hereinafter called the Union, and the following firms, that is to say, the Northern S.S. Company ; Messrs Mc- Gregor, owners of the Kia Ora, Rose Casey and Maori; Captain Shaw, of the p.s. Terranora; Messrs Leyland and O'Brien, owners of the s.s. Stella; and Captain Braid wood, of the s.s. Akaroa, "Whereas the above dispute was duly referred to and heard, and considered by this Court, now this Court doth award as follows:— 1. That there be an increase of 10s per month in the wages of lamp trimmers, able seamen, and ordinary seamen...

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WELLINGTON NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

WELLINGTON NOTES (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) WELLINGTON, this day, THE BUSH FIRES. The Minister for Education returned this morning from a visit to tlie scene of the recent fires in the Wairarapa district. Though he found much suffering and loss, he is inclined to think some of the press reports were highly coloured. If all tlie country had been as dry as Wairarapa, the destruction and loss would have been much more extensive and serious, but, as it is, there are considerable patches of green pasturages left. The Minister speaks in the highest terms of the pluck and energy displayed by the settlers, who are all. busily engaged endeavouring to restore their homesteads. As soon as detailed reports have been received of the actual condition of the sufferers, the Government will decide what kind and to what extent assistance will be rendered, but it will probably take the form of seed, and only in the most distressing cases will aid be given. The Government propose to assist some...

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RACING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

RACING NEWS.

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WELLINGTON R.C. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

WELLINGTON R.C. SUMMER MEETING. (By Telegraph—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, Monday. For the second day of the Wellington Racing Club's Summer Meeting the weather was all that could be desired, being bright and cool. The course was in splendid going order. The attendance of the public numbered about 2,000. The Auckland-owned horse St. Paul registered a brilliant performance in the big event of the programme, the Racing Club's Handicap," in which race the little son of St. Leger carried the heavy burden of lOst 21b to victory. The win of St. Paul was extremely popular, and both horse and rider received an ovation on their return to the enclosure. Tigress repeated her performance of tlie first day, and this also was enthusiastically received by the public. The sum of £8,409 was put through the machine, as against £10,320 for the corresponding day of last year, and making £18,789 for the meeting as against £20,020 last year. Wellington Racing Club Handicap of 250sovs; sec...

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DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB'S JUBILEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB'S JUBILEE MEETING. DUNEDIN, Monday. The'following nominations have been received for the Dunedin Jockey Club's Jubilee Meeting:— Dunedin Cup of 500sovs. One mile and three-quarters. — Emmeline, Pitch and Toss, Epaulet, Culverine, Bloomer, Leda, Sequin, Euroclydon, Boreas, St. Paul, Antares, Starsfiot, Lord Rosslyn, Red Lancer, Mountebank, Uniform, Black and Red, Skirmisher, Prime' Warden, Marlin. Publicans' Handicap of 150sovs. Seven furlongs. — Euroclydon, Boreas, Belle Clair, Cannon-shot", Bloomer, Firefly, Lord Rosslyn, Fulmen, Red Lancer, Mountebank, Vanilla, Culverin, Double Event, Battlefield, Maybud, St. Ouida, Marlin, Vandyke, Pitch'and Toss, Bracelet, Decoy, St. 'Clements, Far Niente, Arline, Maremma, Sequin. Jockey Club Handicap of 200sovs. One mile and a-half.—Emmeline, Pitch and Toss, St. Paul, Antares, Bloomer, Leda, Sequin, Euroclydon, Uniform, Black and Bed, Cannonshot, Starshot, Lord Rosslyn, Red Lancer, Mountebank, Epaulet, Culverin,...

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BOROUGH MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

BOROUGH MEETINGS. NEWTON The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the above Council was held last evening, when there were present:—The Mayor (Mr Shackleford), Cm S. G. Ambury, R. T. Warnock, S. C. Brown, Davenport, Stewart. Greenwood Avenue. — Thomas Pel ton again wrote asking that this street be formed and gravelled.—Cr. Ambury said the Streets Committee had decided that nothing could be done until the people filled up the ditch formed by them.—The Town Clerk explained that the ditch was dug about 40 years ago. —It was resolved to adhere to the former recommendation of the Committee. Resignation. — Cr. J. T. Somerset wrote resignin<_* his seat as representative of the Surrey Ward, as he is leaving the district.—The resignation was accepted, and Mr Somerset thanked for his past services. Cnimmer Road.—Mr W. Earl wrote stating he had purchased three allotments in Criunmer Road, and asking the Council to provide for the private drainage running through the same.—Cr. Ambury move...

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OUR GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

OUR GOLDFIELDS.

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MANGAKARA UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 January 1898

MANGAKARA UNITED. A meeting of shareholders was called today to consider the position of this Company, but nothing of a definite nature could be done, as there was not a quorum. The legal manager, Mr G. W. B. Morris, stated that all the directors but one, who who is at present sick, ljad resigned in consequence of recent legislation, they not caring to accept the responsibility imposed. The Company owed £104, all of which excepting £29 'legal expenses was for rent. The only asset was a battery purchased for £400. The .shareholders present advised Mr Morris to sell the battery.

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